Alaska Storytellers

The Russian American Saga.

Travel through time with the Alaska Storytellers as they take you on a journey from the 1700’s through 1945. Discover the rich cultural history and impact the Russians made on Sitka when they declared it the Capital of Russian America. This multimedia experience showcases stylized Russian folk, contemporary and swing dancing as a local storyteller guides you on this historical adventure. Exploration, tension, battles, political maneuvering, and Alaska’s first steps in creating civil rights laws are covered in a unique, entertaining and insightful way. Suitable for all ages. 30 minute showtimes are set to accommodate cruise schedules.

Naa Kahidi Dancers

200 Katlian St., Sitka, AK 99835

The Tlingit Dancers perform in connection with Sitka Tribal Tours at the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House. Hear the songs of tradition handed down by generations of a living culture. Half-hour performance: $10/adult; $5/child (3y – 12y); lap children watch for free.  Dance Schedule  Tickets are sold one-half hour in advance of each performance at the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House, 200 Katlian Street.

Sitka Music Festival

104 Jeff Davis St., Sitka, AK 99835

Sitka Music Festival logoAlaska’s premiere classical music festival historically is held each summer in June, with concerts, free community concerts, and special events such as the popular Crab Feed and Boat Cruise.

The Sitka Music Festival is excited to share an exclusive series of virtual concerts for June. New videos from Zuill Bailey, Yuliya Gorenman, Natasha Paremski, and other artists will be released at on Thursdays at Noon and Saturday evenings at 7:30, and available only this month. These special concerts will also be broadcast on Raven Radio at 10 am on Monday mornings. Program details available now at

The Salty Sitkan

120 Jarvis St. Ste. B, Sitka, AK 99835

Book the most unique fishing experience in Sitka, Alaska with The Salty Sitkan Metal Art Classes. Create a one-of-a-kind metal salmon or halibut in the Salty Sitkan workshop. Mike will guide you through the process of turning a crusty piece of steel into a beautiful keepsake of your trip to Alaska. Learn how to grind, shape, form & apply beautiful heat coloring with a torch. You’ll take home a beautiful fish whether or not the fish are biting, or the seas are rough!