Black Meetings and Tourism

September/October 2014

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B M & T ••• Septemebr/October 2014 ••• 45 AREA GUIDES Sitka loves the arts, and it's appar- ent with all the creative people of Sitka and their artistic hobbies and crafts. While in town visit many of the muse- ums and theaters. The Sitka Fine Arts Camp is a nationally acclaimed pro- gram that provides artistic develop- ment for youth K-12 in visual arts, music, dance, theater, writing, and Alaska Native arts. The camp has been named one of the top 10 in the country by the National Endowment for the Arts. Nightly "Art Shares" by stu- dents and faculty highlight the program to the public. Located on a lush forested island halfway between Seattle, Washington, and Anchorage, Alaska, Sitka enjoys daily jet service on Alaska Airlines from these cities, as well as Juneau, and Ketchikan. FerrySitka is also accessi- ble by the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry or by ship. Sit back and enjoy the ride no matter how you choose to trav- el to historic and scenic Sitka! • • • STATS • • • HOTEL ROOMS Westmark Sitka 105 Shee Atika Totem Square Inn 68 Sitka Hotel 41 EXHIBITION FACILITIES Harrigan Centennial Hall Total Exhibit Space 18,000 sq. ft. Meeting Rooms 10 WHO YOU GONNA CALL? Sitka Convention & Visitors Bureau (800) 557.4852 Sitke Harrigan Centennial Hall in foreground Photo Credit: Sitke CVB

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