The Made In Kodiak label adorns products from local artisans, crafters and food producers who live and work in the Kodiak Archipelago. The group's fall market is tonight, 5-8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Best Western Kodiak Inn's Harbor Room.
third annual Made In Kodiak Fall Market is happening over the weekend at the
Best Western Kodiak Inn’s Harbor Room. As KMXT’s Casey Kelly reports, there
might be a few new faces for people who’ve gone the event in the past.
Felton started Made In Kodiak about four years ago, and he’s happy to see it
continue to grow and add new members.
1 :21s “…lots
of variety to check out.”)
In Kodiak now features more than 30 businesses, ranging from artisans to
crafters to food and drink producers that live in the Kodiak Archipelago and
use the region’s natural resources to make their products. Membership allows
them to use the Made In Kodiak label and sell products through the Made In
Kodiak dot COM store.
But Felton says
the fall market is the group’s one and only yearly event to show off their
creations and meet their customers face-to-face.
2 :13s “…and
free samples too.”)
Barnhart has been involved with Made In Kodiak nearly since its inception. His
company, Alaska Salmon Leather, makes a variety of products out of salmon skin.
1 :11s “…rifle
slings, even earrings.”)
says he’s not surprised that Made In Kodiak has taken off recently.
2 :30s “…mystique
to it, you know.”)
Made In Kodiak fall market is going on tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. and tomorrow
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kodiak Inn’s Harbor Room. Free samples will
include coffee from the Great Alaska Bean Company and wine from Alaska