In 2011, the Alaska State Legislature dedicated the fourth Saturday in July as Ted Stevens Day as a tribute to the Senator’s many contributions to our state. The Foundation, in keeping with the Senator’s mantra to “Get Out and Play,” organizes statewide events on Ted Stevens Day to provide opportunities for Alaskans to enjoy the outdoors in honor of Senator Stevens.

Ted Stevens Day 2021

Celebrate the reopening of the State by joining us at events across the State for this Ted Stevens Day!

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11th Annual Ted Stevens Day
Saturday, July 24th – Statewide Events

Anchorage 

Dimond Center Ice Chalet: 800 E. Dimond Blvd
12noon – 2pm
The Ted Stevens Foundation is partnering with the Dimond Center by hosting FREE ICE SKATING all day and enjoy free ice cream from 12-2pm in honor of Ted Stevens Day.  Meet athletes from Special Olympics Alaska, Alaska Speed skating Club, and our city’s newest hockey team, the Anchorage Wolverines.

Juneau

Capital City Republicans: Treadwell Mine Historic Park
11:00am-1:00 pm
The Capital City Republicans are gathering for a snacks and to learn about the Treadwell Mine from the local history buffs in honor of Senator Stevens and his huge support of Alaska’s resource industry.  Cost is $20.00 per person and RSVP to JuneauGOP@gmail.com.


Kenai/Soldotna

Kenai River Sport fishing Association: Progress Days at Soldotna Creek Park
11:00am – 5:00pm
Stop by the KRSA booth and learn about their advocacy and conservation programs and pick up your Ted Stevens Day swag.  A day on the Kenai is a great way to honor Ted Stevens.