“AlphaSingers is a male vocal ensemble of ruggedly handsome men who love to sing, and who have been making music together under the direction of Jenny Stevens and Andrew Ott. AlphaSingers has two goals: 1. Sing joyously and 2. Have fun doing it. AlphaSingers draw on a wide range of musical styles, a capella & accompanied, Renaissance to jazz, Barbershop to Broadway, traditional choral literature to pop. Most music is 3 or 4 part harmony, with opportunities for solos & smaller ensembles.”
Contact Jenny Stevens at (907)486-5047 for more information.
“Formed in the summer of 2007, FairWind Players was created to bring additional opportunities in the theatre arts to Kodiak. A collective of directors, actors, and theatre technicians, the group will typically stage two productions a year in the Auditorium Drama Pod, and has been known to experiment with dinner theatre, readers theatre, radio theatre, and improv."
FairWind Players Facebook for more information
"Isle Bells is Alaska’s only community handbell choir. Founded in 2011, the group is recognized in the national handbell community as a leader in performance and musicality. Under the direction of Ella Saltonstall, Isle Bells performs two larger concerts a year as well as smaller ensemble performances throughout the year."
Contact Ella Saltonstall at or visit
www.isle-bells.com for more information.
Kodiak Russian Balalaika Players
Chiniak Art Works
"Chiniak Art Works is dedicated to sharing authentic art and handmade goods created by the wide array of talents and characters encompassing our Kodiak Island communities. We desire to host a display experience that invites conversation, inspiration, and genuine interaction, through craft, art, and their combination. We also wish to provide an income for working artists and craftspersons who choose to sell their work.
Our heart sees the value of original works and aims to highlight their stance in a world of reproductions."
Contact director Gretchen Applebee at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Inspired by storytelling events around Alaska, on the second Friday of every month (or thereabouts) between October and April, Galley Tables is a community event that features seven people sharing a personal story of theirs based on a unique theme. These events draw out a broad range of ages and demographics and ultimately bring our community of Kodiak closer together. These stories will light up your night and your hearts."
For more information and to sign up to share a story, visit galleytables.com
Kodiak Bear Paw Quilters Guild
KBPQuilters' mission is to generate appreciation and enthusiasm in the art of fine quilt making, to provide educational programs, cultural experiences, historical and current information in the art and craft of quilting, to hold meetings, seminars and quilting bees for the education and enjoyment of our members and the general public.The Kodiak Bear Paw Quilters Guild attempts to meet the needs of members in a fun and positive way with as few rules as possible. In fact, we don't call them rules - we call them guidelines.
Visit the links below for more information https://www.quiltinghub.com
Kodiak Bear Paw Quilters Facebook
Made in Kodiak
"Made in Kodiak was founded in 2005 with the intention to help local artists to promote their products and to be recognized via our trademarked brand and certification as authentic Made In Kodiak products. Requirements are sourcing raw materials as much as possible and 100% labor content within the Kodiak Island Archipelago. Applicants are subject to board inspection for verification and certification to be accepted. We started with one annual member only Fall Show and have expanded this to include a Spring Show in recent years. Look for our brand on the tag or label to ensure you are buying an authentic Made In Kodiak product."
Contact Made in Kodiak at
Made In Kodiak
PO Box 145, Kodiak, AK 99615
Phone number: (907) 487-2421