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Homer, Alaska

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Known as the halibut capital of the world, Homer rests on the bank of Kachemak Bay, a sheltered arm of lower Cook Inlet, and is easily accessible by land, air or sea. Once here, visitors will find snowcapped mountains reaching thousands of feet into the sky with glaciers winding their way to the ocean below. Salmon and trout swim in the crystal waters while eagles and seabirds search for food along the miles of beaches. All of these facets come together in the surrounding area to create a miniature vision of Alaska's grandeur.
Center for Alaska Coastal Studies , PO. Box 2225, Homer, AK 99603, 907-235-6667

City of Homer, City Hall, 491 E. Pioneer Ave., Homer, AK 99603, 907-235-8121

Homer Council on the Arts , 3774 Bartlett St., Homer, AK 99603, 907-235-4288

Homer Public Library,
141 Pioneer Ave., Homer, AK 99603, 907-235-3180

Homer Senior Citizen's Center , 3935 Svedlund St., Homer, AK 99603, 907-235-7655

Homer Tribune, 601 E. Pioneer, Ate. 109, Homer, AK 99603 (907) 235-3714

Kachemak Bay Branch
, Kenai Peninsula College, 533 E. Pioneer Ave. Homer, AK 99603, 907-235-7743



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