ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Color Crazy ‘Stache Bash for Covenant House Alaska
Thursday, March 31, 7 p.m.
The Anchor Pub (4th Avenue)
A celebration of the culmination of the “Color for Covy” and “Mustache March” events for Covenant House Alaska: big reveals, awards, door prizes, food & colorful fun! All proceeds support programs for our homeless youth at Covenant House Alaska.
For information and to donate, visit CovenantHouseAK.org.
Tomo No Kai Fundraiser for Japan Relief Fund
Saturday, April 2, 6 p.m.
Dimond High School
Enjoy a concert featuring the Japanese drumming group “Tomodaichi Daiko,” including drummers aged 10 to adult. Also enjoy Japanese cultural activities for kids and adults. One hundred percent of funds will benefit Direct Relief International through the Japan Relief Fund of Alaska. Adults $10, kids $5.
For tickets, visit Sand Lake Elementary or TomoNoKai.org.
Opens Friday, April 1, runs thru April 10; various times
Discovery Theatre, Performing Arts Center
Enjoy “Some Enchanted Evening” with the Anchorage Opera! Considered one of the greatest musicals ever written, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific” has become a standard cross-over musical production.
For dates and tickets, visit AnchorageOpera.org.
Gin Blossoms in Concert
Saturday, April 2, 8 p.m.
Fueled by mega-hits including “Hey Jealousy,” “Found Out About You,” and “’Til I Hear From You,” and their latest album release, “No Chocolate Cake,” the Gin Blossoms take the stage in Anchorage for one show only; win tickets by listening to Magic 98.9!
For tickets, visit the Sullivan Arena box office or TicketMaster.com.
“Murder on the Oriental Rug”
Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2, 6:30 p.m.
The Bear Mountain Grill (Eagle River)
Dead on Arrival Productions presents a mystery dinner show that spoofs old-fashioned whodunits, doctors, female problems and theater folks! You can be sure someone will be murdered and it’s up to the audience to solve the crime! Buffet dinner and show.
For tickets and information, visit DOAProductions.com.
Great Alaska Sportsman Show
Thursday, March 1 through Sunday, March 3
Sullivan and Ben Boeke Arenas
Alaska’s largest annual sports and outdoor show with over 500 booths, demonstrations, clinics, and more including the Kids Fishing Pond. Kids 12 and under can show their parents how it’s done as they hook rainbow trout and arctic char. Prizes are given for tagged fish and the largest fish caught!
For a schedule and more information, visit GreatAlaskaSportsmanShow.com.