The Alaska State Fair celebrated Alaska's first people on Sunday.

Imamsuat dancers shared their culture through music and traditional dancing as part of Alaska Native Cultures Day at the fair.

Alaska Native performers and artists came from all over the state. Diana Blonski was one of the performers to take the stage. She said the response from the audience was great.

"We really enjoy it," she said. "When it dance, we dance to the Lord, and we get a few songs that we do and the people out here get really excited."

One big attraction on Sunday was Unalakleet's very own, and nationally known, Eskimo Ninja Warrior Nick Hanson. He is once again competing in the American Ninja Warrior TV show with hopes of walking away with the million dollar prize.

He showed off his skills and promoted Alaska Native fitness, pride and inspiration.