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LHS Ballroom Dance Team Fundraiser

The Lathrop High School Ballroom Dance Team is taking orders for precooked honey-baked boneless pit ham (16lbs for $65), honey-baked spiral cut ham (9lbs for $30.00), frozen King crab legs (10lbs for $145), and Angus boneless beef ribs (16.5lbs for $187) for the holiday season. Thanksgiving orders are due October 30th for delivery on November 13th. Christmas orders are due December 4th for delivery on December 18th. Please contact Michelle Pope at mlpope@alaska.edu or call extension 8218 for more information or to order.

For Sale

For Sale:
$60 Hideaway Computer Desk
$50 Studded Tires on Rims; 235/75R15, used 1 season
$100  Entertainment Center/Armoire
 
For more information, contact Ivan at 450-8366

Calendar: Anchorage

Flogging Molly
Friday, Sept. 28 7:30 p.m.
William A Egan Civic And Convention Center
What makes a band truly remarkable? Insightful lyrics? Memorable melodies? Blow-your-mind live performances? The truth is that it takes all of those things along with a boundless enthusiasm, an infectious energy and a supreme devotion to the fans. With this rare combination, a band may ascend past "good," - or even the record industry's Holy Grail, "marketable" - and reach sublime. Drawing on the hardships and joys of their own lives and a musical history ranging from old world Celtic to modern day punk rock, the seven members of Flogging Molly do just that, and they do it with a charm and an ease that makes them one of the most accessible bands performing today.
Read more here: http://events.adn.com/performers/show/385767-flogging-molly#storylink=cpy


Riders in the Sky
Saturday, Sep 29 2:00p
Alaska Center For The Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Beginning each performance with their trademark greeting, "Mighty fine and a great big Western 'Howdy,' all you buckaroos and buckarettes," Riders in the Sky simultaneously paid tribute to and poked gentle fun at the classic cowboy songs of the 1930s and 1940s, particularly the work of the Sons of the Pioneers, Roy Rogers, and Gene Autry. During the 1980s and 1990s, the group was notable for its ability to attract fans both firmly within the country tradition (the Riders are members of the Grand Ole Opry) and from outside. Riders in the Sky are made up of lead singer Ranger Doug (born Douglas B. Green), Woody Paul (born Paul Chrisman) on fiddle and vocals, Too Slim (string bass and guitar), and since the mid-'90s, "Cowpolka King" Joey Miskulin on accordion.


Shrek The Musical Anchorage
Thursday, Oct. 11 7:30 p.m.
Alaska Center For The Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Nominated for eight 2009 Tony Awards® including Best Musical, this production is based on Shrek's adventures in the classic William Steig book and Oscar-winning film. Joining Shrek on his journey from the swamp to the stage will be his wisecracking sidekick Donkey, Princess Fiona, Lord Farquaad and a chorus of everybody's favorite fairytale creatures. With more layers than ever and a completely original new score, SHREK THE MUSICAL proves that there's more to the story than meets the ears.


Oktoberfest – Run For Beans

Saturday, Sep 29 7:30 a.m.
Snow Goose Restaurant and Pub
Oktoberfest – Run For Beans, a benefit for Bean's Cafe and the Brother Francis Shelter. Participants meet at 7:30 a.m. in the lower level of the Snow Goose. Race time is 9:00 a.m. It’s a 5K and 10K out and back course on the Coastal Trail. There is a 1/4 mile children's race. Runners in costume get a one minute head start. Registration is on-line and bib-pickup will be at Skinny Raven Sports on Tuesday, Sept. 25 and Thursday, Sept. 27, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Oktoberfest 2012 will feature chip timing.


Chimaira

Friday, Oct 12 8:00p
Chilkoot Charlie's
Formed in 1998, the Cleveland, OH-based hardcore sextet Chimaira consists of singer/screamer Mark Hunter, guitarists Matt DeVries (who replaced Jason Hager in mid-2001) and Rob Arnold, bassist Jim LaMarca, drummer Andols Herrick, and electronic specialist Chris Spicuzza.

Calendar: Fairbanks

Open House and Health Fair at the Fairbanks Dialysis Clinic
Sunday, Sept. 30, 1:00 p.m.
In your community there are people who have kidney disease and are dependent on dialysis for survival. Are you curious to learn more about kidney disease and the treatment options? In celebration of the new Home Dialysis Program at Fairbanks Dialysis we are hosting an Open House. We will offer:
• Tours of the new Home Dialysis department and the Hemodialysis clinic.
• Information about Dialysis Treatment Options
• Free Blood Pressure Checks
• Free Blood Glucose Screenings
• Snacks will be provided
• Treats for the kids!
 

Reaching Out & Touching our Solar System: Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Radar Program for Earth & Planetary Exploration
Friday, Oct. 5 11:30 a.m.
Alaska has some of the richest and most challenging terrain for remote sensing, from steep and glaciated mountains to fast-changing coastal dynamics and varied ecosystems in between. So naturally, JPL has favored Alaska as a natural laboratory for many of its airborne and spaceborne campaigns, and has worked closely with research institutions in the state, most notably the Alaska Satellite Facility and the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

This talk will present an overview of the radar program at JPL, and will highlight some of the advances in technologies and techniques that have led to breakthrough measurements and discoveries in understanding our solar system.


Fairbanks Ice Dogs vs. Wenatchee Wild (Home Opener)

Friday, Oct. 5, 2012, 8:15 p.m.
Hockey Game


International Sled Dog Symposium

Friday, Oct. 12-14
Trade fair, workshops and presentations on a range of sled dog, mushing and skijoring topics. (907) 457-MUSH  The Alaska Dog Mushers Association would like to announce that the International Sled Dog Symposium will be held biannually starting in 2012 and from now on will be held on even numbered years.

 
Farthest North Forest Sports Festival
Saturday, Oct. 6
15th annual Farthest North Forest Sports Festival, to be held Saturday, Oct. 6, features old-time woodsmen/woodswomen competitions, such as log rolling, ax throwing and much more. Everyone is welcome! The events begins at 10 a.m. at Fairbanks Experiment Farm and at 1 p.m. moves to Ballaine Lake. Contact dvalentine@alaska.edu for more information.
 

A Night with Edgar Allen Poe
Friday, Oct 12-13 & 31
Fairbanks Drama Association performance. 456-PLAY


New York Polyphony

Saturday, Oct. 13 8:00 p.m.
New York Polyphony is establishing a reputation as one of the world’s finest vocal chamber ensembles and has received acclaim from both critics and audiences alike. Praised for a “rich, natural sound that’s larger and more complex than the sum of its parts” (NPR) the four men deliver dynamic performances in a wide range of styles. The quartet applies not only refined musicianship and stunning harmonies but also a uniquely modern sensibility to its varied repertoire, which ranges from medieval melodies to cutting-edge contemporary works.


International Friendship Day

Saturday, Oct 13
Celebration of the local community's cultural diversity. Stage performances and ethnic food booths.


The Wizard of Oz

Friday, Oct. 19
The Wizard of OZ
Performance by the Fairbanks Light Opera Theatre.
(907) 456-FLOT for times


Holly Days Bazaar

Friday, Oct. 19 4:00 p.m.
30th annual Holly Days Bazaar will be held Oct. 19 and 20 at the Fort Wainwright Physical Fitness Center.
Hours are 4-8 p.m. Friday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday.
Local artisans and vendors will showcase a variety of hand crafted items.
Individuals without a Military ID Card will be required to come through the main gate and present a valid driver's license, proof of insurance and vehicle registration.


Brice Alaska Goal Rush

Friday, Oct 19, 2012 @ 05:05pm
Division I men's ice hockey tournament featuring the Alaska Nanooks. The game on October 20, 2012 STARTS at 4:05 p.m. Also check out http://www.alaskananooks.com/ for tickets.

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