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2007 EVENT

August 4th - 8th, 2009

A large part of the Homer Photo Fest experience is living and eating with fellow photographers and instructors. Meal times present a unique opportunity to discuss the industry and share ideas with people active in photography. In addition, it is important that you are comfortable during your stay so that you may focus on your work. We therefore offer a variety of accommodations during the Homer Photo Fest at Alaska Ridgetop Inn (event venue) and several other local area B&Bs, Hotels/Motels and Inns to suit almost every taste and budget.

The accommodations are limited and are assigned on a first-come basis. Those who register early have the best selection of accommodations. If The Alaska Ridgetop Inn is full we will assist you with locating alternate accommodations in the area.

Visit alaskaridgetopinn.com for full room descriptions. Alaska Ridgetop Inn has special Photo Fest prices

Meal Plans

Lunch: A 5 day lunch plan is part of the workshop program. This gives everyone the opportunity to sit around with the workshop instructor and enjoy a delicious meal and informal discussion. Lunch features a buffet of homemade bread, freshly made soups and bountiful salads. A sandwich bar with a variety of meats and cheeses are included as well as homemade cookies.

Breakfast: A breakfast plan is optional but recommended (included for Alaska Ridgetop Inn guests). Breakfast includes fresh fruit, granola, yogurt, fresh breads or muffins and a featured entrée as well.

Seafood Banquet Closing Dinner: The Alaska Ridgetop Inn hosts a Seafood Banquet of delectable treats fresh from the ocean. This is a great way to end an enjoyable weekend of photography and camaraderie. Advanced tickets required: $30.00

See registration form for pricing.

Places to Stay in Homer

Alaska Ridgetop Inn (featured venue for all workshops and reviews)

Old Town B&B (heart of Old Town Homer above the Bunnell Street Gallery)

Driftwood Inn (Old Town Homer near Bishops Beach)

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