Events calendar September 2017.

Author:Anderson, Tasha
Position:EAT SHOP PLAY - Calendar




50th Annual Champagne Pops

Raise your glasses in celebration of two remarkable milestones: fifty years of Champagne Pops and the 100th birthday of "The First Lady of Song", Ella Fitzgerald. This black tie event takes place at the Atwood Concert Hall at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts.


SEPT 16-17

Battle Zone Ursa

Battle Zone Ursa is the first of its kind, a nonprofit, by players for players tabletop miniature convention in Alaska, focused on multiple aspects of miniature wargaming, tournament play, and painting, this year at the Egan Civic and Convention Center. Battle Zone Ursa's goal is to provide the community a space and location to come together and meet and play against new people while growing their gaming community both locally and nationally.

SEPT 16-17

Great Alaska Quilt Show

Join the Anchorage Log Cabin Quilters for the Great Alaska Quilt Show. Large bed-sized, traditional, modern, applique, machine, and hand quilted quilts, as well as wearable quilt garments made by members, will be displayed in the ConocoPhillips Atrium.

SEPT 22-24

Alaska Women's Show

Vendors celebrate everything that makes Alaska women unique. The show features financial seminars, fashion shows, jewelry, healthcare information, and more, all at the Sullivan Arena.


Senshi Con

Senshi Con is an annual convention that caters to enthusiasts of Asian culture, animation, graphic novels, and gaming. It is Alaska's largest event to share fandoms, make new friends, and enjoy a nearly endless array of costumes, live events, panels, and contests. Attendees are also invited to shop favorite artists and vendors, this year at the Dena'ina Civic & Convention Center.


SEPT 7-10

Far North Fiddle Fest Benefit Concert

This is a fundraising event for The Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation. All proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation Hospice program. Artists scheduled to perform include Seamus Egan, The ALT, The Barefoot Movement, Kieran Jordan, and Troy MacGillivray, all at the Davis Concert Hall.


Potato Festival

Local chefs prepare a magnificent, six-course meal featuring locally grown potatoes, a different variety in every dish. The Potato Festival takes place at...

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