? Kenai Performers present "Someone Save My Baby Ruth or, Foil that Villain," a melodrama by Billy St. John, directed by Terri Burdick, on July 4, as part of the City of Kenai's Fourth of July celebration. Two shows: 1 and 3 p.m.
? Stop by Soldotna Creek Park every Wednesday at 6 p.m. for a new Music in the Park series.
? The 25th annual Kenai River Festival is Friday-Sunday in Soldotna Creek Park. For a full schedule including Run for the River updates, KWF Kids Zone hours, live music line-up and more, visit www.kenaiwatershed.org.
? Two new exhibits will be on display for the whole month of June at the Kenai Fine Arts Center: "Portrait Photography" by Susan Biggs and the "Annual Art Quilts Extraordinaire Exhibit.
? Starting June 3 stop by Soldotna Creek Park every Wednesday for a new Music in the Park series.
Kenai Watershed Forum is happy to offer Fur, Fins, Feathers, Flowers, and Fun at Soldotna Creek Park.
On a recent Wednesday, a group of five high school students gathered in the community room of the Soldotna Public Library to continue a fantasy campaign that has thus far taken them from northeast England toward Scotland - with several stops along the way to battle orcs, elves and the occasional group of city guards. Their next adventure will play out Saturday when they host the inaugural community-wide Dungeons and Dragons marathon designed to attract more tabletop gamers to the library.
To some of its residents, the Kenai Peninsula is known as the Shire of Hrafnafjordr - or, in the English translation of the old Norse word, "Ravensfjord.
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