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Dec. 31 Anchorage New Year’s Eve Celebration Street performers, children’s ice gallery, food vendors and light projections all around Town Square. 5-8 pm, Town Square, Anchorage. For info, visit
Jan. 24-26, Feb. 1-2 Willow State Winter Carnival People come from around the country to participate
in the many different events. Highlights include dog sled races, live entertainment, games and more. $1 parking fee per car at the Willow Community Center. Event times vary. For info, visit
Feb. 20 Frozen RiverFest Featuring live music, food vendors, beer from the local brewers and breweries around the state, bonfires and games for the whole family. Bundle up and plan on having a great time. 4-8 pm, Soldotna Creek Park. $20 for 21 and over, $5 for non-drinkers. For info, visit
Feb. 26-28 Denali Winterfest Featuring winter-related crafts, dog sledding, a 5k race, snowshoeing, hiking, park ranger programs and more. This engaging, community- oriented festival starts off with a potluck and ends with a chili feed and cake walk. Various times and locations, Denali Parks. For info, call 683-9532
or visit winterfest.htm.
art shows & events
Oct. 15-17 Alaska Federation of Natives Customary Art Show Renowned as one of the best places to find Alaska Native and American Indian artwork, this traditional fair is
a way of promoting the artists and celebrating the uniqueness of their art and heritage. 8 am-6 pm Thursday and Friday; 8 am-3 pm Saturday, Carlson
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