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The ships are gone. The seasonal workers are gone.
In tribute to beloved Skagwegian Chris Maggio, the Skagway Arts Council is going all-out with live music and entertainment from 5-8 p.m. on Aug. 19 at Dedman Stage, with proceeds going to a scholarship named in Maggio’s honor.
Whitehorse band Speed Control – comprised of Ian March and brothers Graeme and Jody Peters – will once more be leading Rawk Camp for Skagway’s youth from July 23-27.
The Skagway Arts Council holds its second annual Blues, Brews & BBQ event on Saturday, July 14, from 5-11 p.m. at Seven Pastures' Dedman Stage.
Artwork is wanted for the Skagway Arts Council’s 10th Annual Spring Show of Winter Artwork.
A doctorate degree in classical guitar and musicology is what Dimitris Kotronakis has achieved! How many people can boast of that?
A chilling tale that subverts the classic siren myth into a film that will give any artist goose bumps, and a documentary that touches on cultural issues familiar to Skagwegians – these are two in a full lineup of movies showing at the upcoming Skagway Film Festival.
Skagway Arts Council Annual Membership Meeting: On Sept. 23, join Skagway Arts Council members for an evening of dessert and music in appreciation of SAC’s loyal members, as well as an opportunity for new members to join!
The Skagway Arts Council (SAC) presents Music for Maggio on Saturday, Aug. 12, from 5-9 p.m. at the Dedman Stage.