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Bethel Saturday Market, Yup'ik museum, library, multi-purpose room
Saturday Markets host a wide range of independent sellers, from Native arts & crafts, home made items, traditional foods, fresh produce and much more. During summer months every 2nd & 4th Saturday, and monthly during the winter. Stop by to see whats new when in Bethel, the jewel of the Kuskokwim.
The multi-purpose room is availible for meetings, conventions, and other activities year round. Please call or email for rental fees.
The Yup'ik museum is open Tuesday - Saturday 1 to 4 pm. Numerous rare artifacts and art pieces on permanent display.
Public library hours are seasonal, 11 am - 9 pm winter.


 

Listing created: 10/19/2007
Listing last updated: 11/26/2007
 
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Alaskan Owned Alaskan Owned
 
Year Established: 1995
Employees: 3-5
 
Categories:
Not for Profit
Services
 

Phone: 907-543-4547
Fax: 907-543-4539
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420 Chief Eddie Hoffman Hiway
PO Box 368
Bethel, AK 
99559
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Phone: 9075434538
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Name:Reyne Athanas  
Title:YPCC coordinator  
Phone: 9075434538
 
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Why We're Alaskan:
Saturday Market supports local small businesses with scheduled sale days and minimumal rental costs. Alaskans showcasing Alaskan artists. The Yupiit Piciryarait Cultural Center also sponsors 'Keeping Traditions Alive'. Classes taught by local masters.
Keywords:
Native Arts & crafts,Bethel, Kuskokwim, Southwest Alaska, small business, Eskimo, Yupik, traditional crafts, dog sled racing, skin sewing, basket weaving, dolls, parka, mukluks, ivory,
Additional Notes:
Yupiit Piciryarait cultural center, home to Bethel City library, Yupik museum, arts & crafts sales, mulit-purpose convention room, University of Alaska Kuskokwim campus.

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