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Searching for things to do with the kids or events for families? Look no further! Want to learn a new outdoor skill or get certified before you go hunting? We’ve got you covered! Looking for continuing education credits or professional development workshops for teachers? We provide them!

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2019 Events

Date Title Location Description
Wednesday, July 24, 6pm–9pm Sheep Hunting Clinic (HIT Clinic) Fairbanks For additional details visit the Hit Clinics Schedule page.
August 4, Sunday 10am–4pm RCSP Sighting in Day (HIT Clinic) Anchorage For additional details visit the Hit Clinics Schedule page.
August 14 Coho Fishing (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.
September 5, 6 – 7:30pm Bear and Moose Aware Clinic Anchorage Location: REI. Learn about living and recreating responsibly in moose and bear country. FREE
September 11 Fall Trout Fishing (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.
September 18 Caribou Hunting (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.
September 18 Moose Hunting 101 (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.
Saturday, Sept. 28, 9am – noon Intro to Archery (Beyond Bow) Juneau For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.
October 5 Intro to Archery (Alaskans Afield) Juneau Register at Alaskans Afield

Introduction to Archery
October 9 Pike Fishing (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.
October 21, 10am – 5pm Belugas Count! Anchorage Turnagain & Knik Arm Viewing Stations (10am – 2pm): whale counts & information. The Alaska Zoo (1pm-5pm): booths, presentations, & family activities. Hosted by NOAA Fisheries, ADF&G and other partners.  Come join the first annual Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Celebration and Citizen Count. Free. Additional Information or visit the Belugas Count! Facebook page.
October 26 Small Game Hunting (Alaskans Afield) Anchorage Register at Alaskans Afield

Ptarmigan, grouse, and hare can make a tasty dinner. In this class, you'll learn all about the basics of small game hunting, how to field dress small game, and how to recognize good hunting habitat. The class is taught by ADF&G small game biologist, Rick Merizon. Class is geared for adults and youth (10 and up) accompanied by an adult. All equipment provided.
November 10, Sunday 8am–5pm Hunter Education (Beyond Bow) Anchorage For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.
November 13 Intro to Ice Fishing (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.
November 20 Draw Applications (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.
December 18 Trapping with the Alaska Trappers Association (Forum) Anchorage For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.