From the annual Mount Marathon race in Seward to the iconic car launch in Glacier View, there are plenty of ways to celebrate.
Ahead of the Fourth of July, there are also plenty of First Friday events in Anchorage.
With hot weather expected, there will be plenty of opportunities to take in local music and arts and to celebrate Pride 2022.
Celebrate solstice weekend with the Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon, a downtown solstice festival with live entertainment and local vendors or a three-day music fest at Williwaw.
Whether you’re looking for fresh produce, authentic foods or unique handmade goods, the city’s many summer markets are a likely source.
There are plenty of options for the music fan, from local jazz and indie rock to a reggae singer and a Journey tribute band.
Music fans can check out Young the Giant, Josh Ritter and Alaska’s fiddling poet.
There’ll be live music, footraces and free ice cream, as well as Memorial Day events to honor the fallen.
From Kodiak to Chicken and music to mushrooms, there are dozens of options.
The school’s contest entry placed in the top five, and the award from Vans will be a much-needed infusion of cash for the art department.
Also, the Ed Washington Experience hits Studio C and there’s a class on cultivating your own berries.
The Anchorage Civic Orchestra is also performing a spring concert, featuring its concerto competition winner.
Several restaurants are preparing special Mother’s Day menus, and moms get free admission to the Alaska Zoo on Sunday.
First Friday highlights include the “Refuge Alaska” film premiere and a composer forum at the Anchorage Museum.
Here are the key dates and details.