The Thrift Shop will be open May 23, 24 and 25 for this season’s closing out sale.
Champagne and Aishihik First Nations
Dákų̀ nän tsʼeddhyèt Dance Festival
The Dákų̀ nän tsʼeddhyèt dance festival is happening here in Dakwakada/Haines Junction June 13-16, 2019 at Dákų̀ culture centre. The festival takes place every other year and is an incredible coming together of dance, singing and drumming.
It’s free! The performances is free! The food is free!
It’s a great family event! It’s a great place to connect with friends old and new!
It’s a celebration of Indigenous song and dance!
There will be a wide range of crafts and workshops!
It’s a wonderful reason to visit Dakwakada/Haines Junction and Kluane National Park!
There are over 15 performers and groups coming to perform from across the north – NWT, Yukon and Alaska.
For more information, please phone Da Ku Cultural Centre at (867) 634-3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our dance festival web page at https://cafn.ca/da-ku-nan-tsetthet/
Sports ReportKluane Chilkat International Bike Relay Association
The registration for the 2019 Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay is closed. The race is on June 15, 2019. Visit www.kcibr.org for more information.
Haines Junction Minor Hockey
HJMH’s Hockey season ended in March. On April 9, we held our end of the season banquet and awards ceremony. It was a wonderful evening celebrating our fun and successful season, recognizing the achievements of our young athletes and giving thanks to our wonderful coaches, parents, volunteers and supporters!
Congratulations again to all the award recipients, and thank you to everyone who took part in the evening celebration.
Over the summer months HJMH starts getting ready for the 2019-2020 season by taking part in a number of fundraising events.
With the help of amazing volunteers we have completed 2 litter pick ups already, with 2 more scheduled.
Come join us on May 15 and 22 @ 6:30 to do Litter Pick-ups on sections of the Alaska Hwy and Haines Road.
We are also looking for volunteers to help with the KCIBR checkpoint 1-4 set-up on June 13, 8:30-4pm.
For more info: email email@example.com
HJMH wishes everyone a safe and wonderful Summer!
Yukon College Haines Junction is holding an Advance Wilderness & Remote First Aid course.
The course runs May 24 & 31 from 4-8pm AND May 25 & 26 and June 1 & 2 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The fee is $495. Contact the campus at 634-8800 to register.
Standard First Aid
Offerings on that run from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm:
Fee is $195
Tender Management System
YG’s Procurement Support Centre is hosting an open house on Wednesday, May 22 from 5-7pm in the Mezzanine in Haines Junction for community members to learn about:
Service Canada will be in town on Wednesday, May 15 from 9:30am to 3:30pm at the St. Elias Convention Centre.
Arts and Culture
Arts and Craft Guild Gallery
The Arts and Craft Guild of Haines Junction is pleased to announce that the gallery will be open in early June. More details soon!
Junction Arts and Music
An Atlin Arts and Music Festival Headliner!
For those who can't make the AAMF, we're bringing a little bit of the festival to you!
Come join us for a supercharged night of Roots Rock with Terra Lightfoot and her band.
When: Monday July 15th. Doors 7pm, Show 7:30
Where: St. Elias Convention Centre, Haines Junction YT.
Cost: $20. $10 for seniors/youth. Kids free
*Cash Bar will be running so minors need to be accompanied by an adult
Whether you’re talking about her as a songwriter, guitarist or vocalist, one thing is indisputable: Hamilton’s Terra Lightfoot is a ferocious talent. Her songs tap into the raw emotion of hearts supercharged by love, lust, loneliness and temptation. Her playing melds expert finger-picking and distorted, hook-heavy melodies. And her elemental voice commands attention and awe, whether on slow-burning soul ballads or hard-charging rock numbers. Check out her video 'Paradise' here
Or find more videos/links on her website: www.terralightfoot.com
Check out junctionjam.ca or follow us on Facebook:@hainesjunctionjam for more details of this event and more.
Kluane Mountain Bluegrass Festival
The Kluane Mountain Bluegrass Festival is sold out! There are still a few volunteer spots available, check out the website at yukonbluegrass.com to register to volunteer.
The 2019 lineup
Claire Lynch Band
Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen
The Lucky Ones
The Small Glories
Ryan McNally and the Messarounders
The Treble Makers
Live Music at the Village Bakery
THIS FRIDAY AT THE BAKERY - May 17th
KABN - This is the FIRST weekly Salmon Bake of the season!
Fresh Wild Salmon straight from Haines Alaska served fresh off the grill! Grab a plate and pile on the sides and salads, then sit down and enjoy the show! BBQ starts between 6-6:30, music at 7pm.
"KABN is a true northern band, practicing in a little cabin nestled at the base of Mount Sima in Whitehorse, Yukon. They are a group of aspiring song writers who play a wide variety of music, but regularly come back to their roots as a blues/rock band. If you like a mix of blues and rock, like the Tragically Hip, the Headstones and the White Stripes, mixed with fun new originals, you will love these guys. Bring your dancing shoes!"
This band features Haines Junction's very own Lee Drummond!
Call or email now to reserve your dinner. Free admission for the show!
Local author, Allison Martin, has started a local writing group. The group meets the first Saturday of each month. It’s a drop-in, casual group for anyone interested in working on their words. The group meets at the Haines Junction Library on the first Saturday of each month from 10am to 2pm.
Art Journaling Group
Kim Henkel hosts an Art Journaling group at the St. Elias School art room every Tuesday from 7-9pm. Bring supplies if you have them, if not, Kim is happy to share hers.
On the 2nd Tuesday of each month, the CBC Community Reporter for Dakwäkäda-Haines Junction (Kari Johnston) speaks on A New Day with Sandi Coleman at around 8:20 am. Tune in at 103.5 FM.