There are many events around the State of Alaska every year.
The Alaska Anthropological Association celebrates Archaeology Month every April.
May is Historic Preservation Month; an opportunity to connect with the history around you.
The Alaska Historical Society hosts an annual conference every fall.
Many of the museums across the state of Alaska host events related to history, archaeology, and other interesting topics. Museums Alaska provides a listing of the museums across the state.
The University of Alaska, Anchorage Department of Anthropology and Department of History, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Department of Anthropology and Northern Studies Program may have additional resources and events.
The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation announces its 10 Most Endangered Historic Properties each spring.
The Alaska Humanities Forum hosts Alaska History Day each year. They work with statewide partner agencies, teachers, and volunteer judges to hold local and statewide contests in the spring from which students advance to participate in National History Day's national contest in the Washington, DC area each June.
Read about the 18th Annual Alaska Atlatl Fun and Throw, held April 29, 2017 at the Alaska Native Heritage Center!