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5th Annual Kodiak Harbor Lights Festival

Saturday, December 16, 5-9 p.m.
St. Paul and St. Herman Harbors
Reception at Harbor Convention Center

Walk through Kodiak’s harbors to view the fishing fleet strung with holiday lights, and then warm up at the Convention Center for hot beverages and live holiday music. A family friendly event!

The Thelma C at it’s new exhibit site on
Near Island Channel

Thelma C

The Thelma C was recently moved to it’s new exhibit site adjacent to the Near Island Channel. Once secured in a specially designed cradle, the museum plans to build a protective pavilion over the boat in the next few months. A series of interpretive panels will also be installed to tell the story of Kodiak’s commercial salmon industry, and the 1964 Great Alaskan Earthquake and Tsunami, which destroyed downtown Kodiak. The 36 foot salmon seine vessel was built in 1965 after the owner’s original boat was destroyed in the tsunami, and was rebuilt by the museum in 2012. For more on the Thelma C, or to contribute to the project, go here.



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