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Homer Storytellers will meet Saturday, Oct. 21 for people who love to tell and listen to stories gather monthly in the library conference room. Folktales, history stories, personal stories, and stories from literature are welcome. Everyone has a story to tell. The group meets from 3- 5 p.m. in the Library Conference Room. Sponsored by Friends of Homer Library. For more information call 907-229-0187.

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The Kachemak Advocates of Recycling (KARe) group meets from 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17 at the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies building at 708 Smoky Bay Way, Homer. Those who are interested in reducing solid waste, recycling and discussing similar issues, please attend to learn and contribute ideas. Contact Vivian Finlay with questions at 435-3903, or karealaska@gmail.com.

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The Homer Birth and Wellness Center will host a free movie night on Monday, Oct. 9. The doors open at 6 p.m. and the film, “Mother-Daughter Wisdom: Understanding the Crucial Link Between Mothers, Daughters, and Health,” starts at 6:30 p.m. An optional discussion will follow. For more information call the center at 907-299-7133.

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Tsunami Potential of Grewingk Glacier Lake - A First Look. This presentation will take place at 7 p.m. today at the Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center. Local geologist Ed Berg and colleagues have just completed the first water-depth (bathymetric) survey of the lake and are starting to evaluate the geologic risk of a future collapse and tsunami. This information can be used to design a monitoring program of the unstable mountainside that could provide a warning of incipient collapse and a tsunami in this popular hiking area. This is a free event and for all ages.

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The LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and queer) Teen Support and Discussion Group meets at 4 p.m. every Tuesday at the REC Room, 3957 Neilsen Circle. The private group is for ages 12-18. For more information, contact Anna Meredith at the REC Room, 235-3436, or Irene Saxton-Opatz at the Center, 235-7701.

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The Kachemak Bay Birders’ next trip will be Saturday, Sept. 9 to Beluga Slough. Meet at 1 p.m. at the Islands and Ocean Visitor Center parking lot to walk down the trail to the boardwalk and Slough area. The group will also look for birds from the beach. The tide will be high to make it easier to view birds out over the water; bring binoculars, field guide and a spotting scope if you have one. All Kachemak Bay Birder trips are cosponsored by the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. All trips are free and everyone is welcome to attend. The leader for this trip is Jim Herbert. For more information contact him, 907-362-0020, or Lani Raymond, 907-399-9477.

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Kachemak Crane Watch needs participation during Kachemak Crane Watch’s annual Count Days. Kachemak Crane Watch would like to know of specific crane sightings on Sept. 2 and Sept. 9. Please report the number of adults, colts, or banded cranes seen by location, time, and day, and your name and contact information for each of the count days to reports@cranewatch.org or by calling 907-235-6262. For more information, contact Nina Faust at 235-6262.

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Kachemak Bay Birders’ next meeting will be at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 28, at the Islands and Ocean Visitor Center in the Seminar Room. Following the meeting, the group will feature its annual “Slides of Summer” photos presented by members and guests of birds and travels taken this summer. Bring a favorite “finger food” to share. This event is cosponsored by the Kachemak Bay Birders and the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. It is free and everyone is welcome to attend. For more information contact Lani Raymond at 399-9477.

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The Omicron Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma holds its annual Back to School Supplies Project through the month of August. Help students start the new school year on a positive note by providing school supplies and backpacks. Contributions can be left in the brightly colored receptacle inside the front door of Ulmer’s Drug &Hardware. Shopping lists are on the donation counter. The project benefits more than 100 children who are clients of the Homer Community Food Pantry in the Homer, Anchor Point and Ninilchik areas.

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The Omicron Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma holds its annual Back to School Supplies Project through the month of August. Help students start the new school year on a positive note by providing school supplies and backpacks. Contributions can be left in the brightly colored receptacle inside the front door of Ulmer’s Drug &Hardware. Shopping lists are on the donation counter. The project benefits more than 100 children who are clients of the Homer Community Food Pantry in the Homer, Anchor Point and Ninilchik areas.

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