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October art Oct. 5 — A TOUCH OF SKONDOVITCH, works by the late Alfred Skondovitch, 5-8 p.m., Phillips Studio and Gallery, 1222 Well St. suite 1. 479-0956

Oct. 5 — IF ONLY ... A FINE STORE, Featuring our 2012 collection of hand selected gourmet specialty foods. From pastas and salts to sauces, spices and chocolate. Many items will be available to sample throughout the evening. 5-8 p.m. 215 Cushman St., 457-6659

Oct. 5 — S SALON AND GALLERY, 5:30-8 p.m., “A Palettes Perspective,” with artists Matt Moberly, Cheryl Berrong, Neville Abbott Jacobs, Sherry Fisler, Phyllis Tate, and Tok Hwang. The exhibit will be displayed till the end of October, during regular business hours.

Oct. 5 — PRESCHOOLERS, Parents & Art, Finger Painting: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon

at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register.

Oct. 5 — GALLERY 49, featuring “In the Space Between Words”, work by Sandra Westcott. Artist reception 5-8 p.m. at 535 2nd Ave, Suite 103. Call 452-ARTS (2787) with questions.

Oct. 5 — CO-OP ARTS LEARNING CENTER, featuring “The Essence of Nature,” work by Helen Howard. Artist Reception 5-8 p.m., at 535 2nd Ave, Suite 202. Call 452-2787 with questions.

Oct. 9-30 — BASIC JEWELRY MAKING, by Pauline Tise. Class meets weekly for 4 weeks, 4-6 p.m. $160, all supplies included. At the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register. Class size is limited to 10, and students must be 13 or older.

Oct. 10 — FAIRBANKS ART LEAGUE, Gael Murakami speaking on “Successful Solo Shows.” A free, monthly meeting to address the needs of emerging and professional artists. At Pioneer Park, Civic Center, on the top floor (by the Bear Gallery) in the Blue Room. 6:30- 8:30 p.m. Call 479-2695 for more information.

Oct. 12 — PRESCHOOLERS,

Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Saturday, September 22, 2012 Parents & Art, Play Dough: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register.

basketry,jewelry and more,will be held at the Dog Mushers Hall 4-8 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

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Oct. 19 — PRESCHOOLERS,

Oct. 5 — SCIENCE BOOKS DISCUSSION GROUP, — “Flu:

Parents & Art, Beads: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register.

The story of the great influenza pandemic of 1918 and the search for the virus that caused it” by Gina Kolata; 7 p.m.; Noel Wien Library Conference Room, 1215 Cowles Street, Fairbanks 459-1063 or golson@fnsblibrary.us

Oct. 20 to Nov. 17 — WATERCOLOR BASICS, by Nikki Kinne, on Saturdays for 4 weeks, 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Cost for all four sessions is $300. Class size is limited to 15. Students must be 13 years or older. Call 452-2787 to register.

Oct. 26 — PRESCHOOLERS, Parents & Art, Watercolor: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register.

Oct. 26-27 — FAIRBANKS POTTERS GUILD, winter pottery and arts fair featuring pottery,

dance Oct. 1— BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, beginners

Oct. 3 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, seasoned dancers, at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 6 p.m. samba refresher with Rulon Jensen and Melanie Payton, 7 p.m. West Coast Swing 1 with Rulon Jensen and Melanie Payton, 8 p.m. quick step with Rulon Jensen and Melanie Payton, Some experience required. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www. fairbanksballroom.org

Oct 5 — CONTRA DANCE — PIONEER PARK DANCE HALL, 8-11 p.m., with live music by Ice Jam and caller Lynn Basham. Beginners welcome. $3 to $8. www. contraborealis.org or 456-1483

night at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 6 p.m. ballroom 1 with Melanie Payton and Margo Matthews, 7 p.m. intro to Latin with Megan Allen, 8 p.m. intro to swing with Audrey Luper and Eamon Stack. No experience or partner necessary. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www. fairbanksballroom.org

Oct. 16 — PROSPECTOR SQUARES PLUS LEVEL SQUARE DANCE CLUB, 7:30-

Oct. 2 — PROSPECTOR SQUARES PLUS LEVEL SQUARE DANCE CLUB, 7:30-

Friday Dance at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 8:30-11:30pm, $5 members $6 non-members. Everyone’s invited to kick up their heels at this month’s Friday Social Dance. Whether you’re experienced or not, this is a great way to get moving and meet new people. No experience or partner necessary.

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9:30 p.m., $8, Farthest North Square & Round Dance Center at Pioneer Park, Norm Bryan caller. 458-7727

Oct. 19 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, Third

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Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Saturday, September 22, 2012 Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www.fairbanksballroom.org

Oct. 20 — CONTRA DANCE, from 8- 11 p.m. at the Pioneer Park Dance Hall, with live music by Celtic Confusion and instruction from caller Barbara Braley. Beginners welcome. Admission from $3 - $8. For more info, 907-456-1483 or visit: contraborealis.org

nature Oct. 11 — PRESCHOOL NATURE DISCOVERY PROGRAM, 1-2:30 p.m. Join Friends of Creamer’s Field for this program designed for ages 3-6. This month’s program topic is “Rowdy Ravens” and includes reading of a book, making a craft, and taking a brief walk on the Refuge. $3 per child and reservations are required. Maximum of 15 children per class, 452-5162 for reservations. Creamer’s Field Farmhouse Visitor Center.

special events Oct. 2 — FAIRBANKS COIN CLUB, 7:30 p.m., Round Up Steak House on South Cushman Street. For more information, 474-0471 or 488-1652.

Oct. 6 — FAMILY DAY: BASKETS, explore the tradition of baskets. Our Family Day series of events connect children to the museum’s collections through cultural, science, and educational programming. Call 474-7505 for more information. UA Museum of the North

Oct. 6 — 15TH ANNUAL FARTHEST NORTH FOREST SPORTS FESTIVAL, 10 a.m. at the Fairbanks Experiment Farm on the UAF Campus and 1 p.m. at Ballaine Lake on Farmers Loop. Enjoy competing in or watching old-time woodsmen/woodswomen events such as the pulp toss, crosscutting, birling, ax throwing and log rolling. No entry fees. Prizes awarded. Contact dvalentine@alaska.edu or 4747188.

Oct. 12 — ARTISAN EXPO EVENING WITH THE ARTISTS,

Oct. 12 — ALASKA BBQ

Lodge, potluck and quarterly general membership meeting. Go to AlaskaBBQ.org for more information.

Oct. 13 — ARTISAN EXPO & SALE, UA Museum of the North, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit the museum and shop for jewelry, glass work, ceramics, and other fine artisanmade gifts. The sale is free and open to the public. Call 474-7505 for more information.

Oct. 17 — FOOD DAY, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the UAF Wood Center. Free exhibits, Taste of Alaska samples, Food Jeopardy game, lectures, films, information booths, Iron Chef cookoff, demonstrations! Food Day is a national project of the Center for Science in the Public Interest and at UAF is hosted by the School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences. Contact ntarnai@alaska.edu or call 4745042.

Oct. 20 — NORTH POLE HEALTH FAIR, 8 a.m. to noon, North Pole Mall, free health education by dozens of exhibitors, free health screenings: blood pressure, ht/wt/bmi, vision, hearing, & check out low cost blood draws for 18 years old and above. For more info www.alaskahealthfair.org or 3746853

Oct. 27 — MANLEY HOT SPRINGS HEALTH FAIR, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., Gladys Dart School, free health education by dozens of exhibitors, free health screenings: blood pressure, ht/wt/bmi, vision, hearing, & check out low cost blood draws for 18 years old and above. For more info www.alaskahealthfair. org or 374-6853

Oct. 31 — ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, outside viewing

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Oct. 31 — HALLOWEEN AT UA MUSEUM OF THE NORTH, Costumed superheroes, zombies, and scary monsters are invited to the Halloween celebration at the University of Alaska Museum of the North. Watch science experiements. See bones and bugs, bats and birds. Tour the museum’s research labs and explore the galleries. For childen ages 12 and under with adult chaperone. Admission is free with a donation of canned food for the Fairbanks Community Food Bank. For more Continued on page 4

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UA Museum of the North. Join us for fine shopping, light hors d’oeuvres, live music, and a complimentary drink. 5:30 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m. Must be 21 or older to attend. Tickets are available on our website: museum. uaf.edu. Call 474-7505 for more information.

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Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Saturday, September 22, 2012 “Dancing with Aurora,” Photography by Ronn Murray. Artist Reception November 2nd, 5-8 p.m., at 535 2nd Ave, Suite 202. Call 452-2787 with questions.

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Oct. 26 to Nov. 11 — SHORT & SWEET 8 X 10 FESTIVAL information, call 474-7505. 4-7 p.m. FAVORITES, by winning Alaska

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Oct. 4-21 — CAMPAIGN, 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays, Empress Theatre, Third Avenue. $25 for adults, $22 for military and students, $18 under 18. 457-POET.

playwrights, directed by Shannon Luster, on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:15 p.m. and on Sundays at 2 p.m. Call 456-PLAY for reservations & information. Tickets: $ 22 Adults; $ 18 Seniors, Univ. Students and Military; $ 14 Teens, ages 13-18.

Oct. 10, 11 — AUDITIONS, for “Charlotte’s Web,” 6 p.m., Riverfront Theatre, 1852 Second Ave. 456PLAY.

Parents & Art, Sculpture Building: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register.

November

Nov. 14 — FAIRBANKS ART LEAGUE, a panel discussion on the pros & cons of doing your own printing of cards and prints. A free, monthly meeting addressing the needs of emerging and professional artists. At Pioneer Park, Civic Center, on the top floor (by the Bear Gallery) in the Blue Room. 6:30- 8:30 p.m.. Call 479-2695 for more information.

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Oct. 13 — NEW YORK POLYPHONY, Davis Concert Hall, 8

Nov. 2 — IF ONLY ... A FINE STORE, Featuring Fairbanks artist

p.m., $40, Youth (25 and younger), Seniors and Military $35, Info & tickets: 907-490-2858

Amy Noon with cards, giclees and originals. 5-8 p.m. 215 Cushman St., 457-6659 Nov. 16 — PRESCHOOLERS, Parents & Art, Mosaic: Art for Nov. 2 — DENALI STATE BANK preschoolers and parents, plus SHOW, Airport Road Branch, 4-6 ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all p.m., “A Splash of Color” with artists supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, Cheryl Berrong and Sherry Fisler The at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 show will be displayed till the end of Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452December. 2787 to register.

Oct. 5, 6, 12, 13 — WINTER SHORTS, 8:15 p.m., Student

Nov. 2 — CONTRA DANCE — 8-11 P.M., Pioneer Park Dance

Nov. 9 — PRESCHOOLERS,

Oct. 6 — AUDITIONS, for “Charlotte’s Web,” 1 p.m., Riverfront Theatre, 1852 Second Ave. 456PLAY.

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Drama Association at UAF, Tickets $5, in the lab theater in the Salisbury Theatre on UAF campus. Two student-directed one-act plays: “The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury; "Medusa’s Nov. 2 — PRESCHOOLERS, Tale” by Carol Lashof. 907-474-6590 Parents & Art, Stamp Art: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus Oct. 14 — WINTER SHORTS, ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all 2 p.m., Student Drama Association supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, at UAF, Tickets $5, in the lab at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 theater in the Salisbury Theatre on Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452UAF campus. Two student-directed 2787 to register. one-act plays: “The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury; "Medusa’s Tale” by Carol Nov. 2 — GALLERY 49, featuring Lashof. 907-474-6590 “Plein Air”, work by Hana Esop. Artist reception 5-8 p.m., at 535 2nd Ave, Oct. 21 — IN THE FOOTSTEPS Suite 103. Call 452-ARTS (2787) OF DJANGO, 4 p.m., Hering with questions. Auditorium $40, Youth (25 and younger), Seniors and Military $35, Nov. 2 — CO-OP ARTS Info & tickets: 907-490-2858 LEARNING CENTER, featuring

Hall, with live music by Ice Jam and instruction from caller Amy Steiner. Costumes are highly encouraged. Beginners welcome. Admission from $3 - $8. For more info, call 907456-1483 or visit: contraborealis.org

Nov. 3 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, First Saturday dance at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 8:30-11:30 p.m., $5 members $6 non-members. Everyone’s invited to kick up their heels at this month’s Saturday social dance. Whether you’re experienced or not, this is a great way to get moving and meet new people. No experience or partner necessary. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www. fairbanksballroom.org

Nov. 5 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, beginners night at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 6 p.m. Cha-cha/Rumba 1 with Melanie Payton and Margo Matthews; 7 p.m. Four Count Swing with Margo Matthews and Peter Williams; 8 p.m. Lindy 1 with Audrey Luper and Eamon Stack. No experience or partner necessary. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www. fairbanksballroom.org

Nov. 21 — JEWELRY MAKING FOR CHILDREN, by Pauline Tise.

One class, 8:30-11 a.m. $50, all supplies included. At the Co-Op Arts Nov. 7 — BALLROOM DANCE Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, seasoned Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to register. dancers at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, Class size is limited to 10 students. 6 p.m. ballroom 2 with Rulon Jensen Nov. 30 — PRESCHOOLERS, and Melanie Payton; 7 p.m. West Parents & Art, Paper Art: Art for Coast Swing 2 with Rulon Jensen and preschoolers and parents, plus Melanie Payton; 8 p.m. East Coast ideas for fostering creativity. $20, Swing with Rulon Jensen and Melanie all supplies included. 11 a.m. Payton. Some experience required. to noon, at Co-Op Arts Learning Please bring clean, non-marking Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite shoes. www.fairbanksballroom.org 202. Call 452-2787 to register.

Nov. 12 — BALLROOM DANCE

Events listed in Latitude 65 and Arts & Entertainment Calendars

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CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, beginners night at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 6 p.m. Cha-cha/Rumba 1 with Melanie Payton and Margo Matthews; 7 p.m. Four Count Swing with Margo Matthews and Peter Williams; 8 p.m. Lindy 1 with Audrey Luper and Eamon Stack. No experience or partner necessary. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www. fairbanksballroom.org

Nov. 14 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, seasoned dancers at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 6 p.m. ballroom 2 with Rulon Jensen and Melanie Payton; 7 p.m. West Coast Swing 2 with Rulon Jensen and Melanie Payton; 8 p.m. East Coast Swing with Rulon Jensen and Melanie Payton. Some experience required. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www.fairbanksballroom.org

Nov. 16 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, Third Friday Dance at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 8:30-11:30pm, $5 members $6 non-members. Everyone’s invited to kick up their heels at this month’s Friday Social Dance. Whether you’re experienced or not, this is a great way to get moving and meet new people. No experience or partner necessary. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www.fairbanksballroom.org

Nov. 17 — CONTRA DANCE — 8-11 P.M., Pioneer Park Dance Hall, with live music by Swing Dogs and instruction from caller Barbara Braley. Beginners welcome. Admission from $3 - $8. For more info, call 907456-1483 or visit: contraborealis.org

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SOCIETY PROGRAM, “An Expedition to St. Matthew Island,” 7 p.m., Noel Wien Library. David Klein, professor emeritus UAF biology & wildlife; Derek Sikes, UAF associate professor of entomology and curator of insects, and Casey Bickford, UAF graduate student of entomology, will jointly present on the 2012 United States Fish and Wildlife Service expedition to St. Matthew Island. 347-1802.

nature Nov. 8 — PRESCHOOL DISCOVERY PROGRAM, 1-2:30 p.m., Creamer’s Field Farmhouse Visitor Center. Come to Creamer’s Field for a program designed for ages 3-6 and their caregivers. November’s program topic is Backyard Birding. Program includes reading a book, a craft and a short walk on the Refuge. $3.00 suggested donation. Preregistration is required. Maximum 15 children per class. To preregister or for more info call 452-5162 and leave a message.

Nov. 24 — THANKSGIVING FOR THE BIRDS PROGRAM, noon to

4 p.m., Creamer’s Field Farmhouse Visitor’s Center. Join Friends of Creamer’s Field for our annual family fun Thanksgiving weekend event. We will be making bird feeders out of recycled materials and you can learn about our winter birds in Fairbanks. Program is drop-in any time during the hours stated. For more information, call Friends of Creamer’s Field at 452-5162.

music Nov. 11 — FAIRBANKS COMMUNITY BAND, fall concert, 3 p.m., Pioneer Park Civic Center Theater. www.communityband.org. 488-2807

Nov. 30 — SWEET ADELINES HOLIDAY SHOW, Pioneer Park Theater, 7:30 p.m. Tickets from chorus members or online. $15/$10 students, military, seniors /children 5 and under free. www. fairbanksweetadelines.com

Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Saturday, September 22, 2012 doors open at 5 p.m., dinner at 6:30, London broil and halibut. 456-4447 and leave a message to donate, buy tickets and/or volunteer. Early bird tickets are $50 by Oct. 15, $60 after Oct. 15.

Nov. 6 — FAIRBANKS COIN CLUB MEETING, at the Round-Up Steakhouse on South Cushman, 7:30 p.m., topic “On the TrailSearching for Coins.” For more information, contact Terry Haynes, Pres. 474-0471 or Ruthe Peterson 488-1652.

Nov. 8 — CREDIT UNION 1 HEALTH FAIR, 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., 1453 University Ave., free health education by dozens of exhibitors, free health screenings: blood pressure, ht/wt/bmi, vision, hearing, & check out low cost blood draws for 18 years old and above. For more info www.alaskahealthfair. org or 374-6853

Nov. 9 — FAIRBANKS SENIOR HEALTH FAIR, NSCA senior center, 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., free health education by dozens of exhibitors, free health screenings: blood Nov. 3 — ANNUAL DINNER pressure, ht/wt/bmi, vision, hearing, AND AUCTION, Alaska Outdoor Council and the Alaska Fish & Wildlife & check out low cost blood draws for Conservation Fund, Westmark Hotel, 18 years old and above. For more

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Nov. 9, 10 — THE DREAM FACTORY, 8 p.m. Pioneer Park Theater, $10 for adults, $8 students. Teton Gravity Research and Fairbanks Alpine Ski Club film. http://www. tetongravity.com/films/the-dreamfactory/

Nov. 17 — GEOFEST, 1-4 p.m. at the UAF Wood Center. Features hands-on educational and fun activities presented by the UA Geography Program and community organizations based on the theme for Geography Awareness Week: “Declare Your Interdependence.” Contact wrtangermann@alaska.edu or 474-7496.

Nov. 17 — PIE AND SILENT AUCTION, Golden Heart Christian School, 1811 Farmers Loop, 5-9 p.m., light supper for donation. Books, toys, household items, business gift certificates and more. Used and new items Come get your pies for Thanksgiving. 388-3545, 479-2904 or 479-6070

Nov. 17 — FAMILY DAY: ART IN THE MAKING, UA Museum of the North, ung artists can try out the tools of the trade with hands-

on activities. Our Family Day series of events connect children to the museum’s collections through cultural, science, and educational programming. 474-7505. Noon to 4 p.m.

stage Nov. 3 — OVERNIGHTERS, featuring short, original plays by Alaska playwrights, coordinated by Dawson Moore of the Last Frontier Theatre Conference. One performance only at 10:30 p.m. Admission is free (donations accepted.) For information phone 456-PLAY.

Nov. 14, 15 — AUDITIONS, Fairbanks Drama Association holds auditions for “The Well in the Woods” at 7 p.m. both nights in the Riverfront Theatre, 1852 2nd Avenue. Call 456-PLAY for information.

Nov. 17 — AUDITIONS, Fairbanks Drama Association holds auditions for “The Well in the Woods” at 2 p.m. in the Riverfront Theatre, 1852 2nd Avenue. Call 456-PLAY for information.

Nov. 9, 10, 16, 17 — THEATRE UAF MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION, “The Flu Season,” 7:30 p.m., Lee H.

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Salisbury Theatre on UAF campus. Tickets: Pre-purchase $10/adults, $8/military-senior-UAF faculty & staff, $5 students; at the door $12/adults, $10/military-senior-UAF faculty & staff, $7 students. 474-6590

Nov. 18 — THEATRE UAF MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION, “The Flu Season,” 2 p.m., Lee H. Salisbury Theatre on UAF campus. Tickets: Pre-purchase $10/adults, $8/military-senior-UAF faculty & staff, $5 students; at the door $12/adults, $10/military-senior-UAF faculty & staff, $7 students. 474-6590

Nov. 22-Dec. 9 — OUR TOWN, 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays at the Empress Theatre, Third Avenue. $25 for adults, $22 for military and students, $18 under 18. 457-POET.

Nov. 30 to Dec. 16 — CHARLOTTE’S WEB, Fairbanks Drama Association performance, directed by Valinda Taylor, on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:15 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets: $ 22 Adults; $ 18 Seniors, Military and Univ. Students; $ 14 Teens ages 1318 years; and $ 10 for children ages 6-12 years. Call 456-PLAY to reserve tickets.

December art Dec. 1 — HOW TO MAKE ARTIST TRADING CARDS, by Nikki Kinne. $40, includes supplies. 10 a.m. to noon, at the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to register.

Dec. 7 — PRESCHOOLERS, Parents & Art, Finger Painting: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to register.

Dec. 7 — GALLERY 49, featuring “Raven Spirit sculptured Ravens”, work by Mary Ann Fortune. Artist reception December 7th, 5-8 p.m., at 535 2nd Ave, Suite 103. Call 452-ARTS (2787) with questions.

Dec. 7 — CO-OP ARTS LEARNING CENTER,

Dec. 8 — ARTIST TRADING CARD SWAP, free, bring your ATCs and swap with others, building your own collection of original art. 10 a.m. till noon at the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 with questions.

Dec. 14 — PRESCHOOLERS, Parents & Art, Play Dough: Art for preschoolers and parents, plus ideas for fostering creativity. $20, all supplies included. 11 a.m. to noon, at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register.

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Dec. 21— BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, Third Friday Dance at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, 8:30-11:30pm, $5 members $6 non-members. Everyone’s invited to kick up their heels at this month’s Friday Social Dance. Whether you’re experienced or not, this is a great way to get moving and meet new people. No experience or partner necessary. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www.fairbanksballroom.org

Dec. 29 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS,

American Smooth Workshop - Day 1, at Pioneer Park Dance Hall, noon waltz; 1:15 p.m. tango; 2:30 p.m. foxtrot, 3:45 p.m. Viennese Waltz. $15 per class. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes. www. fairbanksballroom.org

Dec. 30 — BALLROOM DANCE CLUB OF FAIRBANKS, American Smooth Workshop - Day 2; at Pioneer Park Dance Hall. 1 p.m. waltz, 2:15 p.m. tango, 3:30 p.m. foxtrot, 4:45 p.m. Viennese waltz. $15 per class. Please bring clean, non-marking shoes.. www. fairbanksballroom.org

film Dec. 20 — THIRD THURSDAY FILMS FOR ADULT AUDIENCES, 7 p.m., award-winning international and independent films, “Protektor” (Czech Republic; 102 min); “I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors” (Canada; 15 min), auditorium Noel Wien Library, 1215 Cowles Street,contact: Georgine Olson: 4591063 or golson@fnsblibrary.us

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of Creamer’s Field for the annual lighting of the big spruce tree and caroling followed by cookies and hot Dec. 1, 8, 15 — HOLIDAY drinks in the warmth of the historic OPEN HOUSE, Join Friends of Creamer’s Field for crafty, creative fun farmhouse! For more information, call Friends of Creamer’s Field at 452at our annual holiday open houses. We will be making holiday ornaments 5162. 6-8 p.m. and crafts using natural materials Dec. 6 — PRESCHOOL NATURE in the Farmhouse Visitor Center. DISCOVERY PROGRAM, 1-2:30 Programs are drop-in any time p.m., Come to Creamer’s Field for a during the hours stated. For more program designed for ages 3-6 and information, call Friends of Creamer’s their caregivers. December’s program Field at 452-5162. Noon to 4 p.m. topic is Animal Tracks. Program Dec. 1 — ANNUAL LIGHTING OF includes reading a book, a craft and a short walk on the Refuge. $3.00 THE SPRUCE TREE, Join Friends

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16. For more information go to www. dancetheatrefairbanks.com or call drinks! Meet at the Farmhouse Visitor 452-1113. Center. For more information, call Dec. 12, 13, — AUDITIONS, Friends of Creamer’s Field at 452Fairbanks Drama Association for “The 5162. Diary of Anne Frank” at 7 p.m. both evenings at the Riverfront Theatre , 1852 2nd Avenue. Call 456-PLAY for Dec. 2 — FAIRBANKS COIN information. CLUB MEETING, 7:30 p.m., at the Round-Up Steakhouse on South Dec. 13 — PINK MARTINI, 8 p.m., Hering Auditorium, $98-36. Cushman, topic “Our Collections Info & tickets: 907-490-2858 and Christmas Pasts.” For more information, contact Terry Haynes, Dec. 15 — AUDITIONS, Pres. 474-0471 or Ruthe Peterson Fairbanks Drama Association for 488-1652. “The Diary of Anne Frank” at 1 p.m. at the Riverfront Theatre , 1852 Dec. 8 — FAMILY DAY: 2nd Avenue. Call 456-PLAY for RAPTORS, UA Museum of the North. Learn about birds of prey and information. see specimens up close. Our Family Dec. 22 — AUDITIONS, Fairbanks Day series of events connect children Drama Association holds auditions to the museum’s collections through for “Smokey Joe’s Café” at 1 p.m. cultural, science and educational at the Riverfront Theatre – 1852 programming. Call 474-7505. Noon 2nd Avenue. Call 456-PLAY for to 4 p.m. information.

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stage Dec. 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 — THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL, Dance Theatre Fairbanks, 656 Seventh Ave. 7 p.m. Dec. 7; 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dec. 8.; 2 p.m. Dec. 9; 7 p.m. Dec. 14; 7 p.m. Dec. 15; and 2 p.m. Dec.

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Jan 4 — GALLERY 49, featuring wood work by David Critchfield. Artist reception January 4th, 5-8PM, at 535 2nd Ave, Suite 103. Call 452ARTS (2787) with questions.

artists. At Pioneer Park, Civic Center, on the top floor (by the Bear Gallery) in the Blue Room. 6:30- 8:30PM. Call 479-2695 for more information.

Jan. 4 — CO-OP ARTS LEARNING CENTER, 3rd annual

Jan. 10-Feb. 21 — DIGITAL PHOTO MANIPULATIONS, by

“Closet Artist” show. . Artist Reception January 4th, 5-8PM, at 535 2nd Ave, Suite 202. Call 452-2787 with questions.

Nikki Kinne, Thursdays for 7 weeks, 5:30PM till 7:30PM at Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Cost for all seven sessions is $180. Class size is limited to 15. Students must provide their own laptop with an image program already loaded on it. Teacher will be using Adobe CS5. Call 452-2787 to register.

Jan. 7 — WOOD TURNING CLASS, by David Critchfield. $60,

includes supplies. Students must by 12 or older, and class is limited to 4. 10AM till 12PM, at the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to register. Jan. 14 — WOOD TURNING CLASS, by David Critchfield. $60, Jan. 8-29 — BASIC JEWELRY includes supplies. Students must by MAKING, by Pauline Tise. Class 12 or older, and class is limited to 4. meets weekly for 4 weeks, 4PM till 10AM till 12PM, at the Co-Op Arts 6PM. $160, all supplies included. At Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to register. Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register. Class size is limited Jan. 21 — WOOD TURNING CLASS, by David Critchfield. to 10, and students must be 13 or $60, includes supplies. older. Students must by 12 or older, Jan. 9 — FAIRBANKS ART and class is limited to 4. LEAGUE, formation of Art Salons. A 10AM till 12PM, at the Cofree, monthly meeting addressing the Op Arts Learning Center, 535 needs of emerging and professional Second Ave. Suite 202. Call

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Jan. 26 — HOW TO MAKE ARTIST TRADING CARDS, by Nikki Kinne. $40, includes supplies. 10AM till 12PM, at the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to register.

Jan. 28 — WOOD TURNING CLASS, by David Critchfield. $60, includes supplies. Students must by 12 or older, and class is limited to 4. 10AM till 12PM, at the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to register.

special events Jan. 26 — ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE, UA Museum of the North. Meet curators, collection managers, and exhibit designers. Go behind the scenes to see science in action. Enjoy hands-on activities. Free. Call 474-7505. Noon to 4 p.m.

stage Jan. 20 — CIRQUE MECHANICS, 4 p.m., Hering Auditorium, $38-13. Info & tickets: 907-490-2858

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10 Fall/Winter Arts and Entertainment Calendar Jan. 25-27 — THE WELL IN THE WOODS, Fairbanks Drama Association, directed by Steve Mitchell for show times of Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. at the Riverfront Theatre, 1852 2nd Avenue. Tickets: $14 for those ages of 13 through adulthood; and $ 7 for children, ages 6-12. For ticket reservations phone 456-PLAY.

February art Feb. 1 — IF ONLY…A FINE STORE, Handcrafted jewelry made in Alaska. The store will feature the works of several Alaska artists. Special one-of-a-kind pieces available for this trunk show only. 5-8 p.m. 215 Cushman Street 457-6659

Feb. 1 — GALLERY 49, featuring work by Gallery 49 jewelry artists, Becky Anderson, Alex Lewandowski, Dian Siegfried, and Sandra Westcott. Artist reception 5-8PM, at 535 2nd Ave, Suite 103. Call 452-ARTS (2787) with questions.

Feb. 2 — ARTIST TRADING CARD SWAP, Free, bring your ATCs and swap with others, building your own collection of original art. 10AM till 12PM, at the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 with questions.

Feb 5-26 — ADVANCED JEWELRY MAKING, by Pauline Tise. Class meets weekly for 4 weeks, 4PM till 6PM. $160, all supplies included. At the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202.

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Feb. 13 — FAIRBANKS ART LEAGUE, “Applying for grants.” A free, monthly meeting addressing the

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Feb. 16 — ART SUPPLY SWAP, Artists rent a table for $10

to $20 and sell their unwanted or overstocked tools and supplies. At the Co-Op Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 4522787 to register.

Feb. 28 — NATIONALLY ACCLAIMED ARTIST, Helen Klebesadel, will be sharing slides and conversation on her work. At the CoOp Arts Learning Center, 535 Second Ave. Suite 202. Call 452-2787 to reserve your spot.

stage Feb. 2 — HEARTS ROUND UP PARTY, for Mortgage Maker donors, 7-9 p.m. at the Riverfront Theatre, 1852 Second Ave. The event includes a complimentary light buffet and beverages in appreciation of the donors. For information, call 456-PLAY.

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A listing of Holiday Bazaars for the months of October, November and December can be found on page 11. Feb. 8-24— THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, Fairbanks Drama Association performance, directed by Stephanie Stowman, on Fridays and

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Mark your calendars for this event where local artisans will showcase a variety of handcrafted items! Accessories • Jewelry • Art • Photography • Toys • Sporting Goods • Clothing • Alaskan Handcrafted Souvenirs • Much More! Great way to get started on your Holiday shopping – so bring your list!

Saturdays at 8:15 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets: $22 Adults; $18 Seniors, Military & Univ. Students; and $ 14. Teens ages 13-18 years. Call 456PLAY for ticket reservations.

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Bazaars Feb. 8 — ALASDAIR FRASER AND NATALIE HAAS, 8 p.m., Hering Auditorium, $38. Info & tickets: 907-490-2858

Feb. 16 — THE GOOD LOVELIES, 8 p.m., Hering Auditorium, $40, Youth (25 and younger), Seniors and Military $35. Info & tickets: 907-490-2858

October Oct. 19— HOLLY DAYS BAZAAR, 4- 8 p.m Friday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, Fort Wainwright. 30th anniversary of Fort Wainwright Community Spouses Club Holly Days Bazaar, artisans, jewelry, crafts, gift, more. 750-5755

Oct. 20 — HOLLY DAYS BAZAAR, 4- 8 p.m Friday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, Fort Wainwright. 30th anniversary of Fort Wainwright Community Spouses Club Holly Days Bazaar, artisans,

jewelry, crafts, gift, more. 750-5755

Oct. 20 — MONROE HOLIDAY BAZAAR, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monroe High School. 978-6397.

November Nov. 3 — FAIRBANKS LUTHERAN CHURCH’S CHRISTMAS CRAFTS BAZAAR, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., free, featuring handmade and handcrafted items by FLC members, Fairbanks, and other Interior community vendors/crafters. 1012 Cowles St., (across from the Noel Wien Library), 452-3425.

Nov. 3 — ST. NICHOLAS CHRISTMAS BAZAAR, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, 707 St. Nicholas Drive in North Pole. No admission cost. Hand-made crafts, baked goods, raffle of two quilts at 3 p.m., need not be present to win. We will be accepting vendors this year. Space is limited. Please see our website for

registration,http://stnicholasnp.org/ Christmas-bazaar. 488-2595.

Nov. 17 — GOOD SHEPHERD’S ANNUAL AUXILIARY BAZAAR,

Nov. 3, 4 — UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION HOLIDAY BAZAAR, 10 a.m. to

10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Zion Lutheran Church, 2982 Davis Road. 4792623 or 488-1652

4 p.m., Wood Center at University of Alaska-Fairbanks, free admission, door prizes on Sunday. 479-0988

Nov. 17 — RYAN HOLIDAY BAZAAR, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, Ryan

Middle School, 951 Airport Way. Vendors cost is $40 per table, can Nov. 9, 10, 11 — HOLIDAY pick up application at the front office MARKETPLACE, Carlson Center, at Ryan Middle School. The Ryan noon to 8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to Holiday Bazaar is sponsored by the 7 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ryan Middle School Student Council. Sunday. There are over 165 local and 452-4751, ext 13006 or ext 13004. statewide vendors with thousands of Nov. 17 — MCKINLEY gift ideas. Native artwork, botanical syrups, fleece outerwear, pottery/ CHRISTMAS BAZAAR, noon tableware, etched glassware, jewelry, — 4 p.m. at the McKinley Park iron work, handmade soap, head Community Center, located at Mile to toe fur, Christmas ornaments, 230 Parks Highway. The bazaar candles, birch bowls, wind chimes, features a variety of vendors selling beadwork and more, more, more. art, photographs, and unique Admission is $4 for adults, children handmade gifts, plus hourly raffle 12 and under free. For more prizes and a fresh baked goods table. information contact KO Productions 907-683-2180. www.fairbanksevents.com or 474Nov. 17 — HOLIDAY BAZAAR, 9082. hosted by Ouota International of

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