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Weekly Calendar of Upcoming Events and Performances

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May 26–June 1, 2024

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"Old Wooden Boats" an exhibit by Beth Antonsen

Monday, May 6, 20249:00 amFriday, May 31, 20243:00 pm
Main Street Gallery

This solo exhibit at the Main street Gallery displays historical tools, images, and photographs of Ketchikan's historical boats, plus oil paintings and drawings depicting Beth's family's history with boats.

Rainy Day Quilt Guild Meeting

Tuesday, May 28, 2024
6:30 pm8:00 pm
Holy Name Parish Hall

Join us for our monthly meeting (regular date subject to change due to the Christmas Holiday and annual Quilt Show).

Music on the Dock - Schoenbar Middle School Jazz Band and Choir

Wednesday, May 29, 2024
12:00 pm1:00 pm
If sunny - Berth 2, If raining - Berth 3 shelter

Arts Report on KRBD

Thursday, May 30, 2024
8:20 am8:35 am
KRBD Studio

Each week at approximately 8:20 am KRBD hosts the Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council for their weekly report on arts and humanities in Ketchikan and the surrounding area. Get a synopsis of the local music scene, performances, Gallery exhibits, pop-ups, and Calls to artists. The Arts Report often features special guests from the Ketchikan Theatre Ballet, Artists, and Curators. Tune in weekly to KRBD 105.3 FM Ketchikan, Metlakatla and Saxman, 107.1 FM North Ketchikan, Ward Cove, and Ketchikan, 101.7: Craig, 90.7: North Point Higgins, 90.1: Mountain Point, Hydaburg, Klawock, and Thorne Bay.
If you would like your event to be aired in the Arts Report please let us know by the Thursday prior.

Diane Slagle - "always leave them wanting more" performance series

Thursday, May 30, 2024
7:00 pm8:30 pm

Enjoy a wonderful evening of music with Diane Slagle and her guests as we celebrate musicians and composers who have passed away recently. $15 at the door!

Kayhi Drama Kings present - Little Shop of Horrors

Friday, May 31, 2024
7:00 pm9:00 pm
Kayhi Auditorium

Little Shop of Horrors is a man-eating, award-winning musical that follows a young Seymour as he battles his inner demons, and a man eating plant from outer space, in hopes to create his dream life. Through literal blood, sweat, and tears, this cast tells a campy and thoughtful story and bring mouthwatering life to a show that has made millions of theatergoers laugh, scream, and give up gardening for good. Get tickets now and enjoy a taste of the funniest – and hungriest – musical in town!

Kayhi Drama Kings present - Little Shop of Horrors

Saturday, June 1, 2024
7:00 pm9:00 pm
Kayhi Auditorium

Little Shop of Horrors is a man-eating, award-winning musical that follows a young Seymour as he battles his inner demons, and a man eating plant from outer space, in hopes to create his dream life. Through literal blood, sweat, and tears, this cast tells a campy and thoughtful story and bring mouthwatering life to a show that has made millions of theatergoers laugh, scream, and give up gardening for good. Get tickets now and enjoy a taste of the funniest – and hungriest – musical in town!


Image Credits
TOP ROW (L-R)
Stephen Jackson, Seward Shame Pole, Saxman, Alaska, 2017 - Ketchikan Community Concert Band, image credit Felix Wong - Evy Posey, "Cosmic Wyvern", Mixed UP the 35th Annual Wearable Art Show, 2021 – Ricardo Búrquez, "My World", 2016 - Evon Zerbetz & Rich Stage, "A Trip to the Library", 2012 - Terry Pyles, "Yeltatzie Salmon", 2015

BOTTOM ROW (L-R)
Kathy Flora, Marcie Pungowiyi, New Path Dancers, "Thunder”, ShapeShift the 26th Annual Wearable Art Show, 2012, image credit Ernie Meloche - Rhonda Green, Tongass Historical Museum entry gate, 2021 - Ketchikan Theatre Ballet, Spring Gala "The Four Seasons" May 2021 -  Nathan Jackson, "New Thundering Wings", 2016 – First City Players, "39 Steps", Jack Finnegan, 2021, image credit Jeff Fitzwater - Jackie Keizer "Sailing Off Into A Tequila Sunrise", Mixed UP the 35th Annual Wearable Art, image credit Jeanette Sweetman 2021 - Shawna Hofmann, Andiamo Dance Company, image credit Jeanette Sweetman, 2021- Ricardo Búrquez, “Pipe Junction” 2021 - Isreal Shotridge, Chief Johnson's Totem Pole, Ketchikan, AK. 1955

The Positive Impact of the Arts Sector in Ketchikan

  • Impact of the Arts Sector in Ketchikan

    5,700,000 million annually

  • Direct employment by Arts Sector in Ketchikan

    73

  • Volunteer Hours for KAAHC in 2023

    1,920

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