Make plans now to attend this year’s Alaska Summer Showcase on Sat., Mar. 26, 2016. We’re adding more prizes and more fun for everyone!
Bring the kids. If they are age 12 and under, they get in FREE. Plus, in conjunction with our hosts at the Alaska Native Heritage Center, we’ve got a special “Kids Zone.” Fun games, crafts and activities!
Win a helicopter trip for two over the Knik Glacier (with glacier landing!) from our friends at Knik River Lodge. It’s just 54 miles from Anchorage…and a world away!
The Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers will be back again for a special appearance. We’ve got them scheduled for 2:00pm! Don’t miss it.
Win a three-day/two night stay at Kennicott Glacier Lodge, in the heart of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. This prize includes MEALS at the lodge. We love this place–you will, too!
Our Master of Ceremonies? The oh-so-famous and entertaining James Gaddis of KTVA News (pictured, left, with the lovely, talented Megan Mazurek of KTVA). We’ve traveled together around the state, but there’s more that he and his crew want to see…let’s help him jump-start HIS summer, too!
Win an overnight stay at Chena Hot Springs Resort near Fairbanks, including admission to the Aurora Ice Museum. Don’t miss your chance to have an “Appletini” at the Ice Bar. Oh…that’s extra. But you’ll want to get one–and get your picture taken. FUN! Then, go soak in the hot springs!
Win a trip NORTH of the Arctic Circle from our friends at Northern Alaska Tour Company in Fairbanks. You’ll drive up, crossing the Yukon River and the Arctic Circle…in the shadow of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. After exploring Coldfoot and neighboring Wiseman, you can FLY back. It’s a fun trip…I’ve done it!!
While you’re scooping up the info you’ll need to make the most of your great Alaska summer (including a 50 percent discount on the Alaska TourSaver 2-for-1 book!!!!!), enjoy the Alaska-grown music of the Hannah Yoter Band. We love them. You will, too.
GET YOUR TICKETS HERE and JUMP-START your SUMMER! You can, of course, get your tickets at the door on the morning of Sat., Mar. 26. It just costs a little more ($10 for grown-ups, kids 12 and under, FREE).