Fourth of July Festivities

Anchor Point


12:30 p.m., Fourth of July Parade, Anchor Point Road. Parade participants meet at Silver King parking lot.



10 a.m.-5 p.m., NOMAR Annual July 4th Sidewalk

5-7 p.m., First Friday artist receptions


10 a.m.-3 p.m., Homer Farmers Market


10 a.m.-noon, NOMAR Annual July 4th Sidewalk Sale

Noon-3 p.m., Homer Elks Lodge 36th Annual barbecue and scholarship fundraiser. Lunch is free with $100 raffle ticket or $15 adult, $7 ages 6-12, free for ages 5 and under. Raffle drawing is at 2 p.m.

2-5 p.m., free bike decorating, NOMAR

6 p.m., July 4th Parade, Pioneer Avenue. Theme: Celebrate our Heritage. Grand Marshalls: Scott and Cathy Ulmer



3:30 p.m., Community Softball Game, Susan B. English School

9 p.m., live music, Kory Quinn and Michael Howard, Linwood Bar and Grill

All day, Seldovia Chinook Challenge King Salmon Derby


10 a.m., library book sale, City Multipurpose Room

2-4 p.m., bike decorating, ATC

9 p.m., live music, Kory Quinn and Michael Howard, Linwood Bar and Grill

All day, Seldovia Chinook Challenge King Salmon Derby


11 a.m., Patriotic Sunday, Seldovia Bible Chapel

6-8 p.m., Salmon Shuffle registration

9 p.m., live music, Robb Justice Band, Linwood Bar and Grill

9 p.m., Split the Pot benefit for Seldovia Volunteer Fire and EMS, Linwood

All day, Seldovia Chinook Challenge King Salmon Derby


7 a.m., Pancake Breakfast, Fire Hall

7:30-8:30 a.m., Salmon Shuffle registration, Harbormaster’s Building

9 a.m., 5 k Salmon Shuffle, starts at the harbor

9 a.m., Library book sale, City Multipurpose Room

10 a.m., food booths across from Visitor Center

10 a.m., Arts and Crafts Fair, between Harbormaster’s Office and Lollipop Park

10 a.m., Live music, beer garden and crafts, outside Linwood Bar and Grill.

11 a.m. Parade participants line up at the gas station

Noon, Flag raising, parade prizes, Old Crab award, Seldovia Chinook Challenge King Salmon Derby winners announced.

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