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Kodiak Events

  1. 25
    May
    KODIAK CRAB FEST
    May 24-28
    The Kodiak Crab Festival in Kodiak, Alaska, has been running for over 50 years on Memorial Day weekend as a five-day celebration of spring that's full of fun and frivolity. Sponsored by the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce, the festival features a variety of attractions throughout the weekend including a parade, an arts and craft market and live music.
  2. 4
    May
    First Friday Art Crawls
    Stroll around Kodiak to view local art throughout our local coffee shops and galleries. First Friday of each month.
  3. Aug
    Kodiak ECO Challenge
    Athletic enthusiasts will be disappointed to know the annual “race against the rock” has been cancelled this year. For 12 years the Eco Challenge pinned teams of four against Kodiak’s terrain in a day-long race that often included biking, hiking, running, rafting and navigating.
  4. 1-3
    Sep
    Kodiak Rodeo and State Fair
    Sure, you’ll find all the makings of a great state fair here, including contests (don’t miss the delicious baking contest) and games that make for family fun. But the rodeo is definitely a highlight: it’s a taste of the Wild West, Alaska-style, complete with bull riding and a horse show. You’ll also see one of the oddest small-town contests anywhere: a cow-milking contest, where audience members are invited to chase down small cows and milk them.
  5. 11
    MARCH
    KMXT'S WINTER TWANG
    Title
    Our annual bluegrass, folk, and Americana music festival! This year on Friday, March 10th and Saturday, March 11th.
  6. 9
    FEB
    GALLEY TABLES
    7PM TO 9PM
    Join your neighbors and friends as seven community members each tell a personal story based on a unique theme. Seven people, seven stories of seven minutes each. You'll laugh, you may cry, but you will definitely be entertained and touched. Doors open and music starts at 7:00pm, storytelling begins at 7:30.
  7. 31
    MARCH
    Socks in the Frying Pan, Irish traditional music
    7PM TO 9PM
    Socks in the Frying Pan are a multi-award winning trio from County Clare on the West coast of Ireland, the universal hub of Irish traditional music. Socks in the Frying Pan comprises of Aodán Coyne on guitar and vocals and the accomplished Hayes brothers, Shane Hayes on accordion and Fiachra Hayes on fiddle & banjo.This youthful trio blend Irish traditional melodies with their own personal flair which has gained them critical acclaim and accolades including ‘New Band of the Year’ by the Irish Music Association.
  8. 13
    APRIL
    GALLEY TABLES
    7PM TO 9PM
    Join your neighbors and friends as seven community members each tell a personal story based on a unique theme. Seven people, seven stories of seven minutes each. You'll laugh, you may cry, but you will definitely be entertained and touched. Doors open and music starts at 7:00pm, storytelling begins at 7:30.
  9. 1
    June
    First Friday Art Crawl
    Title
    Stroll around Kodiak to view local art throughout our local coffee shops and galleries. First Friday of each month.
  10. 6
    July
    First Friday Art Crawl
    Stroll around Kodiak to view local art throughout our local coffee shops and galleries. First Friday of each month.
  11. 3
    August
    First Friday Art Crawl
    Stroll around Kodiak to view local art throughout our local coffee shops and galleries. First Friday of each month.