Sunday, Nov. 16
7-9 p.m., Perseverance Theatre - dancing opening, Children of All Nations, or Yaaw Tei Yee Dance Group; Raven story, by Shadow Hotch; speech, in Tlingit, by Hans Chester; story, by Bob Sam; story, with masks by Gene Tagaban.
Tuesday, Nov. 18
7-9 p.m., Perseverance Theatre - David Katzeek; short documentary about creativity in Juneau, by Pat Race; poetry, by Vivian Mork; Duk'tootl, by Ishmael Hope; story, by Bob Sam.
Wednesday, Nov. 19
7 p.m., UAS - Native Heritage Colloquium, new Egan wing, auditorium 112.
Friday, Nov. 21
5:30 p.m., Alaska State Museum - reception for Beyond Heritage, hosted by Friends of the State Museum.
7-9 p.m., ANB Hall - story, by Brett Dillingham; story by Shadow Hotch; Aak'wtaatseen, by Ishmael Hope; jazz, by Turiya Mareya, People of the Tides; Robert Davis' poem "Saginaaw Bay," by Ekatrina Oleksa; additional presentations by Bob Sam, Vivian Mork and Gene Tagaban.
Tickets - $10 festival pass; $5 for Nov. 16, $5 for Nov. 18, free for Nov. 19 at UAS and Nov. 21 at Alaska State Museum; $8 for Nov. 21 at ANB Hall. Available at Hearthside Books, Rainy Day Books and at the door.