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Juneau Names Front and Seward Intersection Heritage Square None 
Food of the North None 

Food of the North

On September 21st, 2018 The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Alaska Chapter, is hosting its reimagined biennial fund-raising event at Fox Hollow Chalet, ‘Food of the North.’

Simon & Seafort's Hires Alger as Events & Marketing Manager None 
Design is a Way of Thinking, a Way of Looking at the World None 

Design is a Way of Thinking, a Way of Looking at the World

Groundbreaking ideas and new ways of thinking can shape the future. Anchorage Design Week 2018 celebrates the power of design to find creative solutions, for professional designers and the public, through workshops, presentations by national speakers, conversations and networking events.

How the 2018 Fair Fared None 
First Ever Free Outdoor Movie Comes to Downtown Anchorage None 

First Ever Free Outdoor Movie Comes to Downtown Anchorage

A new event is being tested in downtown Anchorage Friday, September 7th in Town Square Park.

Tlingit & Haida Awarded Grant for Tlingit Language Immersion Nest None 
Salmonfest—3 Days of Fish, Love, Music—Begins This Weekend None 

Salmonfest—3 Days of Fish, Love, Music—Begins This Weekend

Salmonfest, Alaska’s biggest festival weekend, offers more than 65 bands August 3-5 at the Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds in Ninilchik.

Anchorage Museum Helps City Tackle Its Social and Economic Challenges None 

Anchorage Museum Helps City Tackle Its Social and Economic Challenges

Alaska’s largest museum is collaborating with the Municipality of Anchorage and other public and private partners to develop innovative approaches to persistent equity, energy and other challenges facing Northern communities.

Fairbanks, Alaska Hosts Annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics None 

Fairbanks, Alaska Hosts Annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics

The annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympic Games (WEIO) will take place at the Carlson Center in Fairbanks from July 18 through 21, 2018. A four-day series of traditional Alaska Native athletic competitions, WEIO draws Native athletes and dancers from around the state, the United States, Canada and Greenland, as well as visitors, fans and media from around the globe.