KPFA BOOTH at KENAI RIVER FESTIVAL
The fishing season is just around the corner and there is no better way to get excited for the 2013 season than by celebrating the river that provides for us each year.
The Kenai River Festival is happening: We want to show the community how we are proud of what we do and that we love the Kenai for all she gives to us.
Kenai River Festival – June 7-9
Kenai Watershed Forum is proud to present the 23rd annual Kenai River Festival as a community celebration of the Kenai River. Each year the Kenai Watershed Forum strives to organize the FREE community festival to celebrate the Kenai River by coordinating activities that focus on keeping the river healthy and productive for generations to come. This year is no exception! We are excited to bring the many facets of the festival to the community again this year including:
FREE KWF Kid’s Zone Activities
Alaskan Artisans Market
Run for the River 5K/10 Mile Race
FREE Rock Out for the River Concerts
If you want to participate it is easy:
1. Come and enjoy the booths and activities.
2. Volunteer at the KPFA booth or teach a skill (knot tying or net mending), Saturday June 8th and Sunday June 9th, contact Megan Smith at 283-0210,
3. Unable to attend, send us a setnet photo of you and your family/crew; (be wise in your choice of photos they will be on display for the public to see). Include a brief statement of why you are proud to be a Cook Inlet Fishermen. Send it to email@example.com. We will try to put as many photos as possible up. Historical photos are welcome and needed, for this event as well as for future use, please provide what stat area you are in. Once we receive your photo please realize that it may be used for other promotional or informational use. If you mail your photo into the KPFA office please let us know if you want it returned.
Kenai Peninsula Fishermen’s Association
43961 K-Beach Rd., Ste. F
Soldotna, AK 99669
Christine Brandt, Office Manager
Megan Smith, Kenai River Festival Coordinator
Below is a sample picture of what will be used at the Kenai River Festival.