Sitka’s Russian history told through dynamic theatrical performance.
Harbor Air Services
Chasing Tail Tours
The Salty Sitkan
Fate Accompli Gallery & Gifts
Orion’s Sporting Goods
Winter Song Soap Company
Island Artist Gallery
Sitka Science Center Gift Shop
Sitka Flowers & Chocolate Moose
Sitka Pel’ Meni
Experience this spirited and creative artisan market where Sitka’s best artists and artisans showcase their work.
Sitka recognizes Native American Heritage Month to honor and recognize the indigenous people of our Nation and state. In Southeast Alaska, the rich cultures of Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, and Eyak are celebrated.
Sitka Whalefest celebrates marine life and the marine environment during a weekend of education and community. Enjoy the event’s presentations, day cruises, artisan market, student sessions, and more!
The Alaska Day Festival commemorates the transfer of Russia’s Alaska claim to the United States. The historic moment took place in Sitka and is celebrated each year with merriment and music galore.
Take in a captivating and creating show, with Sitka’s annual wearable arts show. Where community members take on the challenge of creating handmade fashion pieces to present. A night of laughter and stunning design. This event is one for the books.
Mudball Classic Softball TournamentDates: September
Softball teams from around the country flock to Sitka for this unique and exciting Labor Day tournament.
Become “a voice for the sea” at this annual week-long festival. Dive into the whimsy of this mermaid themed event that hosts ocean-themed activities while providing environmental awareness education.
Takes part in one of the world’s northernmost open ocean races. The event hosts solo and relay competitions. For more details and course information visit their website.
This annual chamber music festival is dedicated to classical music and the community it creates. Take part in one of their workshops, or enjoy a concert in the woods. This event is free of charge.
Take part in a celebration of arts and science. An exciting event that showcases the importance of learning and discovery.
Take part in Sitka’s annual Alpine Adventure Run. A 7-mile long course that traverses the breathtaking Harbor Mt. Ridge Trail. A one-of-a-kind adventure that will further connect you to the community of Sitka!
Visiting Sitka over the Fourth of July is a real treat! Enjoy grand firework displays, business decorating contests, a parade, and a town-wide celebration.
This annual conference is held to educate Alaskans on how to make their communities more bike and walking friendly.
Sitka Fine Arts Camp offers Alaskan youth throughout the State high-quality arts education and training. Student concerts and performances are held throughout the summer during the program’s season.
This four-week event brings world-class musicians together for 24 concerts and events hosted in various locations throughout Sitka.
Spend your long weekend reeling in a prize-winning catch! Fun for the whole family, this event is truly unforgettable.
Ocean Wave Quilters Guild ShowDates: May
Sitka’s Annual Quilt Show, this event occurs every May and is fun for the whole family! Take part in the viewer choice awards and determine whose quilt stands out the most. All proceeds and sales from the auctions are donated to community-based projects.
Sitka’s Heritage and Cultural Tourism Conference provides training and education on cultural tourism development.
The Spring Art Walk is a time to experience Sitka’s talented community of artists and their works.
The Sitka herring run is a natural wonder to witness. A time of regeneration for the community and surrounding wildlife. During this time, schools of silver bellied herring churn up the waters of Sitka Sound. The run usually occurs between March and April.
Enjoy one of Sitka’s biggest events of the year. A three-day jazz festival that features great jazz players from around the country and offers music clinics for participating students.
Experience Sitka’s Russian culture and take part in the week-long celebration of Russian Christmas.