Since 1935, Rondy has proudly represented the pioneering spirit of Alaskans
Feb 24th – Mar 5th
The Fur Rendezvous winter festival – known locally as Fur Rondy or “Rondy” – is a significant part of the Anchorage’s history and tradition. In the mid-1930’s, Anchorage was just a small town of about 3,000 people that stretched between Park Strip and Ship Creek. There were no televisions, malls or movie theaters, no video games, ipods or computers, not even an Iditarod! Winters could be brutal and stoking fires, shoveling snow and surviving the elements was a basic daily pastime for some in those days.
Can’t Miss Events:
– Outhouse Races
– Running of the Reindeer
– Miners & Trappers Presents Pardi-Gras “Frozen Frolic”