Events & activities


January-March – Faro

Winter Activities. Sport’s Nights, Seniors Carpet Bowling, Oldtimers Hockey, Pilates, Tai Chi, Archery & Fencing.

Contact: 867-994-2375,


January Dates TBA – Haines Junction

Yukon Native Bonspiel.

Contact: 867-634-4200.


January 1 – Haines Junction

14th Annual New Years Day Snow machine Poker Run. Haines Junction to Bear Creek Summit. Starts at noon. Weather-dependent.

Contact: 867-634-2432,


January 9 & February 20 – Faro

Skating, Movie & Pizza Night. Come on down to the Faro Arena.

Contact: 867-994-2375,


January 10-19 – Whitehorse Area

Fulda Challenge. Extreme winter competition from Skagway, AK via Whitehorse to the Arctic Circle.



January 16 – Haines Junction

Alcan 200 Snowmobile Races. Haines cutoff to Dezadeash Lake and return to 42 mile.

Contact: 907-766-2050,


January 22 – Whitehorse

Fundraising dinner to support the Haitian community this Friday, January 22 starting at 5:00 p.m.
All money raised will go to the Canadian Red Cross.

Contact: Community Hall of the Centre de la francophonie, 302 Strickland Street in Whitehorse.
Ph: (867) 668-5907,


February Dates TBA – Haines Junction

Old Timers Hockey Tournament.

Contact: 867-634-7041.


February Dates TBA – Watson Lake

28th Annual Wye Lake Open Air Bonspiel.

Contact: 867-536-2645,


February 5-7 – Dawson City

Dawson Curling Club 111th Annual International Bonspiel

Contact: Akio Saito, (867) 993-5398,


February 6 – Whitehorse

Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race. Annual 1000 mile dog sled race run in February between Fairbanks, Alaska and Whitehorse, Yukon.

Contact: 867-668-4711,


February 9-13 – Dawson City

Yukon Quest Dawson City Layover

Contact: Wendy Morrison, (867) 668-4711,

February 10-14 – Whitehorse

Available Light Film Festival. Canada’s only feature film festival North of 60, ALFF is a multi-day event that includes international and Canadian feature films and feature documentaries, industry panel discussions, and workshops.

Contact: 867-393-3456,


February 12-14 – Dawson City

Old Timers Hockey Tournament

Contact: Rod Dewell, (867) 993-5499,


February 12-14 – Watson Lake

Kiki Karnival. Recreational hockey, food fair, bingo, bonspiel, dinner, dancing and more!

Contact: 867-536-8020,


February 12-14 – Whitehorse

Sportsman’s Bonspiel.

Contact: 867-667-CURL.


February 13 – Marsh Lake

Marsh Lake Ski Loppet.

Contact: 867-660-4999.


February 19-21 – Whitehorse

Frostbite Music Festival. See a multitude of emerging and established Canadian and Yukon musical acts, and features concerts, dances, workshops, a kids’ festival and a youth stage.

Contact: 867-668-4921,


February 25-28 – Dawson City

Trek Over the Top (1), Destination Dawson City

Contact: Eric Zalitis, (867) 993-6345,


February 25-28 – Whitehorse

Air Display - Whitehorse International Airport.

Contact: 867-667-4794.


February 25-28 – Whitehorse

Cabane a Sucre (Sugar Shack).

Contact: 867-668-2663, Ext. 560.


February 25-28 – Whitehorse

Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous. Our 46th Annual Winter Festival featuring family and children’s activities including: flour packing contest, chainsaw chuck, international air show, one dog pull, Swede saw and log split, axe throwing and more.

Contact: 867-667-2148,


March Dates TBA – Haines Junction

Female Hockey Jamboree. Fun weekend of ladies’ hockey.

Contact: 867-634-2683.


March Dates TBA– Haines Junction

Silver Sled Dog Race. Centered around a 100 mile, two day stage race. A weekend of fun events for the whole family.

Contact: 867-634-2611.


March Dates TBA– Watson Lake

Annual Bonspiel.

Contact: 867-536-8020,


March Dates TBA– Whitehorse

Yukon International Storytelling Event.

Contact: 867-633-7550,


March 4-7 – Dawson City

Trek Over the Top (2), Destination Dawson City

Contact: Eric Zalitis, (867) 993-6345,


March 11-14 – Dawson City

Trek Over the Top (3), Destination Dawson City

Contact: Eric Zalitis, (867) 993-6345,


March 18-21 – Dawson City

Thaw Di Gras Spring Carnival. Celebrate the return of spring. Join in themed games, entertaining events and rollicking fun! Includes the impressive snowshoe baseball tournament.

Contact: KVA, (867) 993-5575,


March 20 – Whitehorse

Burning Away the Winter Blues.

Contact: 867-633-4844,


March 21 – Faro

Ice Worm Squirm. Join us for some winter activities.

Contact: 867-994-2375,


March 25-27 – Dawson City

Percy De Wolfe Memorial Mail Race. A 338.1-km (210-mile), mid-distance dogsled race following a historic mail route used by Percy DeWolfe for 35 years. Starts at 10 a.m. in front of the old post office in Dawson City, YT and follows the Yukon River to Eagle, AK and back. The 64.4-km (40-mile) junior race starts at 12 p.m. Wrap-up banquet is open to everyone.

Contact: Anna Claxton. (867) 993-6326,


March 25-28 – Whitehorse

International Curling Bonspiel.

Contact: 867-667-CURL.


March 26-27 – Dawson City

Dawson City Sled Dawgs Diamond Dempster Daze

Contact: Tim Grenon,


March 26-28 – Whitehorse

33rd Annual Kilrich Northern Yukon Native Hockey Tournament.



Early April – Watson Lake

7th Annual Sno-Pitch Tournament. Slow pitch tournament in the snow.

Contact: 867-536-8020,


April 1-4 – Dawson City

Annual Dawson City International Short Film Festival. Short films from Yukon and around the world. We also offer guest speakers, panel discussions and workshops.

Contact: Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC), 867-993-5005,


April 14-24 – Whitehorse

42nd Annual Rotary Music Festival.

Contact: 867-633-3755.


April 17-25 – Marsh Lake, Tagish, Teslin, Carcross, Whitehorse, and Burwash Landing.

Celebration of Swans. Welcome thousands of returning swans and water birds, the harbingers of spring, and enjoy free events throughout Yukon. Swan Haven Interpretation Centre is open April 1st to 30th.

Contact: 867-667-8291,