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Esther Bordet Makalu -The Story Behind the Panels

Arts Underground 15-305 Main Street, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2B4, Whitehorse

In 2020, I initiated a graphic novel project based on the story of a great-uncle geologist who was part of the first expedition to Makalu, Nepal, in 1954. This project is the result of a life-long passion for comics, combined with a prolific practice of visual arts since childhood. It is also inspired from my own travel to Makalu base camp in 2019, and by my experience working as a field geologist for over a decade.

Sullivan Bond Faces of The Street

Arts Underground 15-305 Main Street, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2B4, Whitehorse

This photography collection focuses on street photography which features unmediated chance encounters and random incidents in public places. Sullivan hopes with this collection, the viewer will create their own narrative. Sullivan enjoys taking photos on trips down south because of the diversity that cityscapes offer

D2D Dust To Dawson Motorcycle Ride

Triple J Hotel Fifth Avenue and Queen Street, Dawson City

Since 1992, old friends and new have been getting together over a common bond: motorcycles. The D2D weekend consists of motorcycle games on unpaved streets of Dawson, a poker run in the historic goldfields, and a banquet full of delicious food, crisp Canadian beer, and a whole lot of fun!


Indigenous Summer Play Readings 2022

The Guild Hall 27 14th Avenue, Whitehorse

Gwaandak Theatre is proud to present two scripts by Indigenous playwrights never before presented or performed in the Yukon! We welcome you to join us and enjoy these readings out in the summer sun with us!


Midnight Sun Golf Tournament

Dawson City Golf Course Across The Yukon River, Dawson City

Teams of four are invited to our annual tournament to decide who’s the best “nighttime” golfing team. Luckily the sun will still be shining and the fun will be flowing. Best Ball & Pin Challenges.  Awesome prizes, smokies and a drink cart.


Women’s Brazilian JIU JITSU

Eight Days Martial Arts 120 Industrial Road, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2Z8, Canada, Whitehorse

a grappling based art that utilizes takedowns, sweeps, joint locks and strangle holds to subdue your opponent or attacker. BJJ emphasizes a lot of drilling and live sparring also know as "rolling"

Arts In The Park  – Rick Sward and Roxx Hunter

LePage Park Corner of 3rd Avenue and Wood Street, Whitehorse

Arts In The Park -Rick Sward and Roxx Hunter Arts in the Park is thrilled to return live to Lepage Park every Monday to Friday from May 30 to July 8th! Join us for a FREE celebration of local arts and community! 6 weeks of live performances and visual art demonstrations every weekday at noon! …

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Summer Concert Series – Kevin Barr And Friends

Dawson City Gazebo Front street, Dawson City

Kevin Barr is called the troubadour of the Yukon, singing his folk, bluegrass, and country style of music, along with stories of love and life. As a writer, he and his band “The Undertakin’ Daddies” found their way to the Junos and toured much of Europe. He has shared the stage with Valdy, KD Lang, Fred Eaglesmith, Kim Beggs, Fred Penner, and the great Penny Lang, who has said that Kevin “sings like an angel”.


CTJS Floor Hockey

Carmacks Recreation Centre Box 113, Carmacks

Kids & Youth Floor Hockey (5-7PM) and Adult Floor Hockey (7-9PM)

Live Paris Pick

Village Bakery and Deli 116 Auriol, Haines Junction

Reservations are **required** and will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve tickets, please call the Bakery directly at 📞(867) 634-2867 Dinner starts at 6:15 PM  | Music starts at 7:00 PM

Summer Concert Series – Problematic Orchestra Strings

Dënäkär Zho - KIAC Ballroom 902 Second Avenue, Dawson City

This eclectic ensemble is made up of approximately 26 musicians from a diverse musical diaspora. The ensemble presents a repertoire that crosses genres, blending the rigour of contemporary and classical music with popular music, improvisation, and a modern sensibility.

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