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  1. 4th of July in Kenai

      The local Chamber of Commerce hosts a major party every year for Independence Day. The family-friendly festivities begin at 11 a.m. with a parade that winds to Johna Beech from the Chamber. Dozens of groups show off their floats, skills, performances and more. Find a spot on Fidalgo Avenue, Willow Street, Kenai Spur Highway…

  2. Mother’s Day

      Will you be celebrating Mother’s Day with a special mom in your life while in Kenai? Reserve a table early at one of the best brunch or dinner spots in town—it’s bound to be a busy weekend. King Salmon Restaurant at 35545 Kenai Spur Hwy. is open for breakfast through dinner and while it’s…

  3. 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 –…

  4. A Kenai St. Patrick’s Day

      St. Patrick’s Day marks the start of spring on the Kenai Peninsula, and it’s an old-fashioned festival you don’t want to miss. It all starts in the afternoon followed by a social mixer at 5:30 p.m. Local businesses, school bands, organizations, and more flock to a downtown decked out in green to celebrate the…

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