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Christmas Puppies!

Three adorable American Cocker Spaniels (born October 18) will be ready to bring home just before Christmas. There are two females and one male. Puppies are AKC Certified, and cost $800 each. Contact Rhonda Carlson (the breeder) for more details at  rhondawcarlson@yahoo.com or 460-9754.

$1800 / 2br - Modern, efficient townhouse with office and garage

~BRAND NEW modern and super efficient townhouse for rent
~Less than one mile to UAF
~Best of both worlds with great trail access behind property (direct access to north american and creamers trails) and bus stop in front of property
~1700 square feet with two bedrooms, garage and a office (Could be third bedroom) with its own entrance
~Multi family office zoning (perfect for professional office space in, but separate from home)
~Efficient building techniques, ICF construction (= one foot thick, sound, fire and weather proof walls), R 100 roof, Triple pane windows and fiber glass doors
~High efficiency washer and dryer, dishwasher and heating system
~3 stories with heated, dyed and etched concrete floors on each level
~one pet on approval with additional deposit
~$1800 per month with one year lease, plus utilities and security deposit
~application required with references, credit check and $25 dollar application fee
~one unit still available, to be finished first week of December
~call Bob at 322-9065 or respond by email

Free Classified Ad listings

The classified section of the Statewide Voice can be used to sell, buy or trade household items, vehicles, computers, etc. It is also a great place to advertise fundraisers or events for sports teams, scout troops, churches and other organizations. No commercial advertising please. To list your classified ad or event listing contact Statewide Voice editor Monique Musick at mmusick@alaska.edu.

Calendar Of Events

Thursday, Nov. 26 – Sunday, Dec. 12

Of Mice and Men
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. ; Sunday 2 p.m.  Fairbanks Shakespeare Theater presents John Steinbeck's Of Mice & Men, directed by Tom Robenolt, at the Empress Theatre. Tickets are available online at www.fstalaska.org, Adults $22, Student/Senior/Military $18 Under 18 $12

Friday, Dec. 3, 2010

First Friday
Art openings at local galleries. Times vary by location.

Georgeson Botanical Garden Holiday Sale
The Georgeson Botanical Garden (GBG) will be holding its annual holiday sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at the UAF Wood Center (lower level).   T-shirts, sweatshirts, jewelry, cards, games, puppets, books, plant-related and Alaska-made items. The Knanook Knitters Club will also sell beautiful handmade items. Perfect holiday gifts and stocking stuffers!

Just the GBG will hold an additional sale on Tuesday, Dec. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the IAB Lobby

Friday, Dec. 3 – Sunday, Dec. 5

The Nutcracker Ballet
8 p.m. Friday –Sunday The enchantment of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker comes to Hering Auditorium December 3, 4 and 5. Guest artists join the aspiring dancers of the North Star Ballet and more than 40 area children in this lavish, full length production featuring period costumes and scenery and many remarkable effects. Tickets are available at Bentley Mall Safeway and the North Star Ballet or at the door. For credit card purchases, please call North Star Ballet at 451-8800. This year's performance of The Nutcracker is sponsored by I-CHARR (Interior Cabaret, Hotel, Restaurant and Retailers Assn) $26 Adult: $20 Child: $10; Senior/Student: $18; Military 50% discount

Friday, Dec. 10

UAF art department semiannual sale of student artwork
Friday, noon – 6 p.m. Ceramics, printmaking and sculpture works will be for sale. Contact Carol Hoefler, UAF art department, at 474-7530 for more information.

Saturday, Dec. 11

Winter Concert
Fairbanks Youth Symphony Orchestra Winter Concert will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, at Davis Concert Hall. Come hear these amazing young musicians and support youth in music. For information, go to http://fairbanksyouthorchestras.org/. 

Saturday, Dec. 18

Winter Solstice Celebration at the Morris Thompson Center
The shortest day of the year is also the most exciting! Join us downtown to celebrate solstice. We'll have refreshments, craft activities and lots of cheer while we wait for the fireworks to begin.

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