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   Jul. 31-Aug. 1 Arctic Lightning Airshow Enjoy static displays, ground performances, food vendors and sponsors giving out gifts. Performances will include the Blue Angels and
F-35 and F-16 demo teams. Free admission, Eilson Air Force Base, Fairbanks. For info, visit arcticlightningairshow.
Sept. 24-25 Seward Music and Arts Festival A family-oriented festival on the shores of Resurrection Bay with live music and dance performances, children’s activities and artists’ projects throughout the weekend. 5 pm Friday; 12 pm Saturday; 12 pm-5 pm Sunday, Alaska Railroad Cruise Ship Terminal, Seward. $5-15 daily, $25 for the weekend. For info, visit sewardfestival. com.
Oct. 2, 9 & 16 Fall Family Fun For the first three Saturdays in October, enjoy a reindeer tour, wagon and pony rides, a pumpkin patch, a spooky
walk and a Haunted Hay Maze. This is an outdoor event, so dress for the weather. 11 am-6 pm, Williams Reindeer Farm, Palmer. $10 per person. Ages 2 and under, free. For info, visit or call 745-4000.
Oct. 2-3 Fall Fling for Women/ Anchorage Health & Wellness Expo Grab your mom, daughter, sister or friend, and shop, learn and laugh
at the ultimate day out for women. Featuring fashions and accessories, makeovers, informative seminars, healthcare info and lots of door prizes. 10 am-6 pm Saturday;
11 am-5 pm Sunday, Dena’ina Convention Center. Free. For info, visit
Oct. 8-10 Make It Alaskan Festival Shop over 150 booths featuring one- of-a-kind “Made in Alaska” products. Enjoy live music and entertainment. 12-7 pm Friday; 10 am-6 pm Saturday; 10 am-5 pm Sunday, Dena’ina Convention Center. Free. For info, visit
Oct. 19 International Friendship Day Celebrate cultural diversity with performances and ethnic food booths. Times TBA, Pioneer Park Civic Center, Fairbanks. Free. For info, call 474- 0928.
Oct. 31 Malloween All retail stores
in Dimond Center will hand out candy and/or prizes. Participants are required to register for the event to receive their trick or treat bag. 6-8 pm, Dimond Center Mall. $5. All proceeds go to charity. For info, call 344-2581 or visit
Oct. 31 Zoo Boo Spooky trail decorations, event staff in costumes, and trick-or-treat stations throughout
zoo grounds. Dress warm and flashlights are encouraged. 4-8 pm, Alaska Zoo. Regular admission (no membership discounts). For info, call 346-2133 or visit
Oct. 31 Halloween at the Museum Costumed kids are invited to see bones and bugs, bats and birds in the museum’s research labs and explore the galleries. UAF Campus Police will be handing out glow sticks. Bring a donation of canned food
for the Fairbanks Community Food Bank. 4-7 pm, University of Alaska Museum of the North. The event is for children ages 12 and under with adult chaperones. Free. TBD if this event will be in person or virtual for 2021. For info, call 474-7505 or visit museum.
  Aug. 20-22 Alaska Greek Festival Enjoy authentic Greek dinners, shish-kabobs, gyros, appetizers, and the
best Greek pastries
and desserts in Alaska. Live music and dancing. Shop the Agora (market) and bookstore for imported Mediterranean and Orthodox items. Free. 11 am-10 pm Friday and Saturday;
11 am-8 pm Sunday, Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church, Anchorage. For info,
call 344-0190 or visit
 For a complete listing of events in your area, visit our Calendar at AlaskaParent. com/calendar.
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