It seems like there is always something happening in Inuvik, no matter the time of year. So if you decide to visit in the summer or winter, we will have you covered.
Building off the success of the Inuvik Petroleum Show, the Town of Inuvik is pleased to host the Arctic Energy and Emerging Technologies Conference and Tradeshow every June.
Want to learn to bead a pair of upper for moccasins with a local artist? Then the Great Northern Arts Festival is for you.
Is seeing the sun rise for the first time after 30 days of darkness on your bucket list? Then a visit to the Inuvik Sunrise Festival is a must.
And how could something with the name Muskrat Jamboree not spark your interest, which also coincides with the annual Reindeer Crossing?
Inuvik is also the home of the End of the Road Music Festival and the Arctic Image Festival. During the summer months there are many Arctic celebrations that take place under the constant light, including Aboriginal Day and the Midnight Sun Fun Run.
The Arctic Market is held every Saturday in Chief Jim Koe Park from June to September.
For more information on all these events and festivals, please visit the links provided and the Destination Inuvik website.