Homer Plays Host to 'Tamamta Kartullata'

Peter Sheppard

Vessels receive a blessing as they land on the beach near the Pier One Theatre (Peter Sheppard photo)

Every two years, the Tamamta Katurlluta ceremony is held in Homer to celebrate the heritage of Alaska Native tribes living in the region. KBBI’s Peter Sheppard attended the event Saturday and has this story.

 

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