Fairbanks Alaska Events

The winter season is drawing to a close, and March is my favorite month in inland Alaska. It's time to play outside, so I'm excited for this 40-year tradition, which takes place in the second week of February.

This family-friendly nature festival brings bird watching stations, educational activities and rehabilitated wild birds. In recent years, participants have spotted elk, caribou, seals and coyotes at the mouth of the Kenai River. There is also the possibility to observe a gathering of eagles as well as a variety of other animal species such as sea lions and sea otters.

One of the best places to watch the spectacle is the Fairbanks Wildlife Center, the largest wildlife center in the state of Alaska. The centre hosts a variety of animal exhibitions and educational activities for children, adults and adults, including a wildlife museum, a nature centre, an aquarium and an animal shelter. Many events take place in and around the centre, where wildlife workshops, guided tours and presentations can be attended. Visitors can book activities on site, including visiting local sled dogs, hiking, kayaking, fishing, canoeing and kayaking.

Fairbanks for the Arts, a free event jointly presented by the Fairbanks Arts Council, the City Arts and Culture Department and the Fairbanks City Council. It is open to the public, free of charge and available to all ages, regardless of age.

Fairbanks for the Arts, a free event jointly presented by the Fairbanks Arts Council, the City Department of Arts and Culture and the Fairbanks City Council. It is open to the public, free of charge and open to all ages, regardless of their ability to pay.

Fairbanks for the Arts, a free event jointly presented by the Fairbanks Arts Council, the City Department of Culture and the Fairbanks City Council.

Fairbanks for the Arts, a free event co-hosted by the Fairbanks Arts Council, the City Department of Culture and the Fairbanks City Council. Fairbank forThe Arts is open to the public on Saturday, 11 June 2017, from 18: 30 to 21: 00.

Fairbanks forThe Arts is open to the public on Saturday, June 11, 2017, from 6: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fairbank for the Arts, a free event hosted by the Fairbanks Arts Council, the City Department of Culture and the Fairbanks City Council.

Fairbanks for the Arts is open to the public on Saturday, June 11, 2017, from 6: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fairbanks for the Arts, a free event hosted by the Fairbanks Arts Council, the City Department of Culture and the Fairbanks City Council.

The Hummingbird Festival, a jury exhibition in Alaska, will be open to the public from 6: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on April 5, 2017 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

We hope you enjoy your visit to Fairbanks and are able to practice some of your favorite Arctic sports. Alaska has captured our hearts and we certainly won't be staying here in this beautiful state. Berty comes to experience the aurora borealis and her first trip to the Arctic Circle. Celebrate the bears of Alaska and you won't be disappointed, she will experience the Aurora Borealis for the first time in her life on April 5, 2017 with her husband and two young children.

For more information, please visit the Kenai Birding Festival website or contact Ken Tarbox at 907-262-7767. Be sure to check out the Fairbanks Curling Club calendar here to see when you might be able to watch a match.

At the end of an adventurous day, you can discover the incredible warmth of Alaska's hot springs. Whether you want to take a nature hike, see a beautiful garden grow, swim on the Chena River or enjoy a late-night dessert on an outdoor deck, The thrilling midnight sun season is breathtaking and refreshing. If you visit in summer, you will see the midnight sun give you 24 hours of daylight. There are a number of accommodations in Denali National Park that should be reserved by May 11.

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