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  1. Golden North Salmon Derby

      August 17 – 19 marks the annual Golden North Salmon Derby, the most fun fishing event in the state since 1947. Families and those of all ages who adore fishing (or want to learn more) spend three days vying for the biggest Cohos and Kings in the Alaskan waters. You could win prizes, bragging…

  2. Gold Rush Days

      Will you strike it rich at the annual Gold Rush Days? Learn about the history of mining, panning, and logging as the history of Juneau is brought to life on June 16 and 17. The event is free, family-friendly, and takes place at Savikko Park. Check out the mining skills competition, logging relays, and…

  3. Sealaska Heritage Store Celebration

      From June 6 – 9, the annual “Celebration” takes place in downtown Juneau. For four straight days, the streets are filled with indigenous communities, tribal members, and cultural leaders dressed in full regalia to represent tribes and clans throughout the Alaskan region. Enjoy traditional arts and crafts, many of which are for sale and…

  4. Juneau Jazz and Classics

      May 4 – 19 marks the 32nd annual Juneau Jazz and Classics Festival. Artistic Director William Ransom is now in his second year of service, though each festival takes up to 24 months of planning. Part of the Chamber Music of America and the Western Jazz Association, the event creators partner with the best…

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