Holiday Activities in Downtown Fairbanks

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The Co-op Market is featuring 12 fantastic one-day deals on gift-worthy items. It’s the season for gift giving, and the Market wants to help you find the perfect presents for all the special people in your life. All sales are one day only and while supplies last. Daily sales information is available via their newsletter and will also be available on their website and Facebook page. Spending some of your holiday budget at the Co-op means more of your dollars stay in Fairbanks. Visit them at 526 Gaffney Road or call them at 457-1023.

Arctic Traveler’s features their 12 Days of Christmas customer appreciation sale with unique discounts every day before Christmas. Sales range from 15% on children’s items (12/17) to 15% off all clothing (12/22). Arctic Traveler’s has been locally owned and operated since 1955 and is celebrating 60 years in business! Stop by their store at 201 Cushman Street or give them a call at 456-7080.

Big Ray’s is having a Christmas sale Dec. 11-24. During the Alyeska Pipeline Celebration of Lights, Big Ray’s is serving-up free coffee while you shop and enjoy the fireworks. Stop by their downtown location at 507 2nd Avenue or give them a call at 452-3458.

Take a selfie with Santa at the Co-Op Plaza on Dec. 19 from 1-3 PM. Every visitor with Santa receives a free candy cane! The Hutchison High School Cheerleaders will also be on-hand offering donation-based gift-wrapping services. Visit Santa and the cheerleaders in the Co-Op Plaza at 535 2nd Avenue.

Meet with Mrs. Claus at the Fairbanks Community Museum from 3-7 PM on Dec. 19 and receive a free Christmas gift! All kids under 12 will receive a free (early) Christmas present from Mrs. Claus. Visit the museum inside its new and expanded location inside the Co-Op Plaza or call them at 457-3669.

Visit the Alaska House Art Gallery on Dec. 19 from 4-6 PM for a live performance and CD release party for the Young Native Fiddlers. The CD features nine young Native Alaskan fiddlers who are keeping traditional fiddling alive. Refreshments will be provided at the show. For more information, stop by the historic gallery at 1003 Cushman Street or give them a call at 456-6449.