For everyone that wishes to enjoy a wide range of Community Events, Skagway has it all. Throughout the year our small community (population 1036 in 2014 census estimate) puts on a host of events with the help of many Skagway volunteers!
This beautiful walk follows the Dyea road along the scenic Taiya Inlet, through spruce forest to historic downtown Skagway. Volunteer staffed stations provide aid and treats along the way. There is also a half walk, starting in Long Bay. $20 entry fee includes shirt and lunch. All money raised by the walk provides cancer screenings and aid to Skagway residents diagnosed with cancer. Sponsored by the Skagway Eagles Auxillary #25 and the Emblem Club. Contact: Wendy Anderson (907) 983-3299.Find out more »
Parents can drop off the Kiddos for baby sitting service for last minute shopping for Christmas.Find out more »
Science, scientists, and evidence-based policymaking are under attack. Budget cuts, censorship of researchers, disappearing datasets, and threats to dismantle government agencies harm us all, putting our health, food, air, water, climate, and jobs at risk. It is time for people who support science to take a public stand and be counted. The March for Science is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments. We’ll be meeting…Find out more »
Burger Feed Fundraiser with Live Music at the Elks for Little Dippers Learning Center!Find out more »
Join us for our annual membership meeting at 7pm and then stay for Gordie Tentrees in concert at 8pm.Find out more »
Life in the Skagway! Drop by any time from 6 to 8 pm - (with or without a burger) Activities/Stations: - VOTE for the actions*** that reflect YOUR TOP priorities for Skagway to get done over next 10 years. - Write a Haiku about Skagway (winner gets $50 and is published in Comp Plan) - Weigh in: Do you like the proposed Future Growth/Zoning ideas/maps for land along Klondike Highway? *** Topics: Recreation, Economic Development, Housing, Land Use, Utilities (water,…Find out more »
It's back (I know, try to contain yourself). Come get one of the best burgers in town because it's not only good for your tummy but good for your soul. These burger feeds help local non-profit or school groups raise money. The first one supports the Little Dippers Learning Center. Also it is the drawing of the annual Little Dippers Raffle where 200 ticket holders get two chances of winning $5,000. If you haven't gotten your ticket yet, you better…Find out more »