SOCC LogoSea Otter Community Center  Providing healthy, year around activities the whole community can enjoy.   Featuring Art & Music programs, (ukulele, holiday crafting, fly-tying) health & fitness, (beginning yoga, intermediate yoga, introduction to aikido, ski touring) education and events (Nepal in Seldovia class, baby brunch, gear swap)

SeldoviaArtsCouncil LogoSeldovia Arts Council  The Seldovia Arts Council is a nonprofit organization under the auspices of the City of Seldovia .  It is our mission ‘to provide quality arts events and arts education through performances, workshops and educational opportunities for all ages’.  We can’t do it alone.  We work in cooperation with and encourage co-sponsorship by other local organizations such as the Otter Community Center, SHARE, the Seldovia Library,  the Seldovia Village Tribe, the Susan B. English School, and the Seldovia Chamber of Commerce.

We receive support for our activities from a variety of granting agencies, including major operating support provided through grants from the Alaska State Council on the Arts.  But mostly we bring these events to Seldovia through the efforts of Arts Council members, donors, and other volunteers from the local community and beyond.  We encourage you to join us – there are many ways to have fun and lend a hand.

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Seldovia Chamber of Commerce  Our Seldovia Chamber of Commerce is made up of over 50 businesses that serve the community and visitors of Seldovia.   We are all about promoting and caring for our business community and creating positive environments for business growth that promotes community strength and health!

Seldovia House  Seldovia House is a rental property for seniors and persons with disabilities located in Seldovia, and is historically known as Lakeside Terrace. The peaceful and tranquil setting of Seldovia offers a unique lifestyle for senior living, which includes many outdoor activities as well as a medical clinic staffed by a local physician.

The property, located at 350 Alder Street in Seldovia, offers one and two bedroom apartments, a community room, greenhouse and on-site laundry facilities. Seldovia is a somewhat secluded community offering a unique lifestyle complete with plenty of berry picking opportunities and fishing right off the slough bridge for King Salmon in the spring. The community has a medical clinic, staffed by a doctor who actually lives in Seldovia, as well as an active group of EMT’s. It’s a small town where everyone knows everyone, and if you’re in need of a kind hand, Seldovia is known for its generosity.

Seldovia Native Association  SNA is a village corporation created by Congress under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. It is a business involved in land leasing, timber sales, gravel & armor rock sales. SNA also ownes the Main Street Market and Apartments and is venturing into tourism enterprises.

Seldovia Public Library  The Seldovia Public Library is a State of Alaska-recognized non-profit corporation established in 1935 and in continuous operation since then.  Part of the Alaska Library System, the library has always been staffed solely by volunteers and is managed by a director who represents the six-member library board. Circulation services are available to seasonal and permanent residents and visitors to the Seldovia community without charge.   Hours of operation vary according to staffing and season – please click here to go to the library website to get current library hours.

Seldovia Village Tribe   SVT is one of 226 federally recognized tribes in Alaska. It provides governmental services to it’s native members in both Seldovia and Homer. SVT administers the Federal funds that provide services such as health care to its members. SVT currently has 389 members and employs 60 people.

SHARE – Seldovia Hall for Arts, Recreation and Education  A vibrant community is a diverse community – one that honors the talents of all its members. Through collaboration with multiple local agencies, we hope to create a gathering space for creative minds to get to work, inspire one another, and share their talents with others. Not only will the completed project entice more performers and visitors to the area – thereby stimulating the economy – it will also increase community involvement and pride, and help make a great community even better.