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People often wonder what folks do in Sitka during the long, gray winter months. The answer is simple – they go to the theater, they participate in theater, they listen to music, they create music, they attend lectures, they give lectures, they take classes and teach classes. Sitka transforms once the tourist season is over. It becomes a place of art.KEEP READING →
What do the following have in common: A slime line, a gaggle of tourists, fireweed, bears, northern lights, mosquitos, and snow? If you guessed Alaska and the Nutcracker, you are correct. Wait, what? The Nutcracker?!?! Yes, in 2023 the Sitka Nutcracker takes on the Last Frontier.KEEP READING →
When it comes to entertainment in “your backyard,” nothing fits the bill like the Sitka Monthly Grind. This local variety show begins its season in September and takes its final bow in March each year. Advertised as family-friendly and non-political, it is pure art by Sitkans for Sitkans.KEEP READING →