Fairbanks is up to 10 hours of brilliant sunlight a day and climbing upwards toward that time of year when the sun never seems to set. In the meantime, we are already in that anxious to get moving attitude. Here is a line-up of some of the many local options for things that locals like to do.
If you are a dog fan, this is your month! Whether you enjoy mushing, skijoring, or watching either, races abound. Trial runs for the Limited North American the first weekend, then the Open North American the following weekend at the Dog Musher’s Field on Farmer’s Loop Road.
Do you enjoy exploring Native culture? Festival of Native Arts provides many dance groups from around the state, as well as one of the best selections of native crafts brought to directly from the bush. Visit the Davis Concert Hall this weekend at the University of Alaska.
Still looking to see the Northern Lights? If the skies clear, this can be a great month. If not, you can visit the downtown Two Street Gallery for local artists renditions of what the lights look like from an artistic perspective is.
Visit the George Horner Ice Park with ice sculptures and ice slides on Phillips Field Road from now until the end of March.
You definitely don’t have to look far to find a wide variety of things to do in Fairbanks!