From our spacious theater to our intimate classrooms, our settings make the perfect spot for conferences of any size. We also offer on site housing and catering.
Sitka Performing Arts Center
The Sitka Performing Arts Center has state-of-the-art amentities to highlight this recent addition to the mix of unique and eclectic meeting facilities in Sitka. With seating for over 600 people and an adjacent room for receptions or after-parties, the new Sitka Performing Arts Center is ready to make your musical or dramatic events spectacular.
- State of the Art Audio and Video
- Infant and Toddler Suite
- Balcony and Box Seating
- Princess Box Seats
- Large Foyer/Lobby
- Orchestra Pit
Harrigan Centennial Hall
Built in 1967, during Alaska’s Centennial celebration, the building is still one of the finest in the state. It houses the Sitka Historical Society, a local history collection located in the Sitka Historical Museum (formerly known as the Isabel Miller Museum), an auditorium for public use, Baranof Arts and Crafts Association (in the summer months), a wildlife display, and an information desk (with visitor information in the summer months). A large hand-carved Tlingit canoe made from one log is displayed under a sheltered area near the building.
Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Tribal Community House
Constructed on a site that once housed the Indian Government School, the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Tribal Community House offers Native dance performances in full regalia, story telling, cultural events, a unique gift shop with authentic Native artwork and houses the largest stunning hand-carved house screen (“Lovebirds”) in Southeast Alaska. Located in the downtown area on Katlian Street, next to the Pioneer Home. This unique building can be rented for various events.