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The Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Tribal Community House is a special, community building in Sitka, Alaska. Its site is best known for being the former location of the Indian Government School. Today, it functions as a place that foster and promote the Tlingit tradition where clans and families can get together during special occasions.

The Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Tribal Community House is also a very unique venue for just about anything. Aside from Tlingit traditions and customs, the site is also an ideal gathering place, rented for special events. It also offers dance performances in the full traditional regalia, as well as other cultural events like celebrations and storytelling. There?s also a unique gift shop on the site which features the largest hand-carved house screen in all of Southeast Alaska.
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