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1300 College Road
Fairbanks, AK 99708
(907) 452-5162
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*SUMMER* Schedule: Daily
9:30AM-5:00 PM and during programs.

Creamer's Field Refuge and trails are open 24 hours a day 365 days a year.





This document was last modified on: May 15, 2017

A big thanks to the artists and visitors who attended the Design Alaska
Wild Arts Walk fundraiser on June 14, 2015. We all had a wonderful day!

Thank you Craig Dorman for these photos! (For a larger image view you can Click on the photo)














Thank you, to everyone who made this event a success!

  • Iris Sutton
  • Anne Wood
  • Vladimir Zhikhartsev
  • Jamie Smith
  • Sue Englebrecht
  • Kim Krinke
  • Shelly Firestone
  • Randall Compton
  • Susan Willsrud
  • Craig Dorman
  • Christy Happ
  • Jeannie Mars Armstrong
  • Anne Aleshire
  • Dan Kennedy
  • David Personius
  • Brianna Reagan
  • Peggy Birkenbuel
  • Shannon Waterbury
  • Nancy Hausle-Johnson
  • Stephanie Rudig
  • Frances Schultz
  • Sara Schlumbohm
  • Todd Sherman

  • Carol Wilbur
  • Fairbanks Watercolor Society
  • Glen Anderson
  • Marina Potter
  • Jeannie Mars Armstrong
  • Herb and Hilda Melchior
  • Christine Huff
  • Kym Pihlaja
  • Helen Howard
  • Young Native Fiddlers
  • Ellen Manion and the Warblers
  • Jean McDermott and Ptarmigan
  • Christine Upton
  • The Stroecker Foundation
  • The Cookie Jar Restaurant
  • North Pole Coffee Company
  • Alaska Tent and Tarp
  • REI
  • Conoco Phillips
  • Fort Knox Gold Mine
  • Alaska Conservation Foundation
  • City of Fairbanks Bed Tax Grant

And a very big THANK YOU to Design Alaska for sponsoring the Wild Arts Walk!





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