Sheet’ka Kwaán Naa Kahidi

The Community House

Your next business meeting, training or special event can be inspired by the stunning surroundings of the Sheet’ka Kwaán Naa Kahidi Community House in scenic Sitka, Alaska!  Rich history and a vibrant living culture combine to showcase a fine facility that will inspire your participants!  

5,000 sq. ft. / Current Covid Policy:  49 persons, 6 ft. social distancing

With very economical rental rates for the Community House, your group will enjoy this modern rendition of a Tlingit Clan House.  The ambiance of spruce wood, large beams, one of the largest hand-carved Eagle and Raven house screens in the Pacific Northwest and tiered seating will create a unique and comfortable social setting for an unforgettable event!


For reservations please email: [email protected]  / call : (907) 747-7290

Built in May 1997, The Sitka Tribe of Alaska (STA) Community House resides at the entrance to what used to be the “Indian Village” in Sitka, Alaska.  In traditional Tlingit society, the “Community House” Provided a gathering place for clan families for special occasions.

The Community House is a modern rendition of the Tlingit clan houses of old; complete with massive support beams, open interior, terraced seating, central fire pit, exterior house panels and interior house screen (one of the largest in the Pacific Northwest).  This fine facility is equipped with a commercial kitchen and one of the best sound systems and rare acoustics in Sitka.

Conveniently located in downtown Sitka, The Community House is within proximity to all downtown hotels and 1.7 miles from the Sitka airport.

Sheet’ka Kwaán Naa Kahidi  The Community House

200 Katlian Street, Sitka, AK  99835

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