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  1. Kenai’s Oldest Church: Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary

    The Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary Church, also known as the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, is a timeless historical treasure in Kenai, Alaska. This venerable structure, a Russian Orthodox parish church, has endured time, becoming an integral part of Kenai’s cultural and historical story. The church traces its roots back…

  2. Cinco de Mayo in Kenai

      For many in Kenai, Cinco de Mayo marks the start of spring and after a winter of cabin fever, celebrants love getting outside. Every year, the Young Professionals of Kenai host a Parking Lot Party open to the public. Head to Mad Moose Bar and Grill and look for the tent from 4 –…

  3. Can you dig it?

    The tiny town of Clam Gulch is just a few miles south of Kenai and an absolute must for clamming. Alaska might be known for some of the best fishing in the world, but if you want a unique, local experience that doesn’t require a tackle box, head to “clam town.” Here, thousands of razor…

  4. Visit Our Lady of the Angels

      Our Lady of the Angels is a Catholic church in the heart of Kenai that welcomes visitors of all/no faiths. It’s a true hidden gem. What looks like simple and modest architecture on the outside (similar to a well-maintained small cabin), the inside is gorgeous and demands a visit. Catholicism didn’t arrive on the…

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