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Northern Lights and Chena Hot Springs Tour from Fairbanks
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Northern Lights and Chena Hot Springs Tour from Fairbanks

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Combine your aurora borealis tour with a relaxing spa treatment for the ultimate northern lights experience from Fairbanks. While waiting for dark skies, choose from activities at Chena Hot Springs Resort such as a soak in natural mineral water pools and a look at the Aurora Ice Museum. Your guide then takes your small group to the most promising locations for viewing the northern lights, with warm beverages provided.
$175.00 per adult
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Bonni wrote a review Nov 2020
Fairbanks, Alaska2 contributions
Love The Folk School! Classes come in a wide variety from experiences that can be enjoyed in a couple of hours to more in-depth workshops. I loved the Spinning in Color workshop and learned so much I can continue to explore on my own! It's a treat to just stop in at the cabin to browse the library or purchase gifts. So many reasons to visit and participate in classes - I'll definitely be back.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from DonK1671, General Manager at The Folk School
Responded Nov 23, 2020
Thanks for the kinds words, bonontherun! We're glad that you've had some great experiences at The Folk School, and we look forward to having you back. Cheers, Don
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Nancy G wrote a review Jan 2020
fairbanks, alaska10 contributions9 helpful votes
I have taken a few classes at the folk school and attended some of their events. Each experience has been fun. Most recently, my husband and I have taken ukulele lessons taught by Lisa at the folk school. This has been an incredibly helpful class for both of us, so much so that we now take our ukuleles whenever we travel! We love the present location at Alaskaland (aka Pioneer Park) as it is so convenient.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Response from DonK1671, General Manager at The Folk School
Responded Feb 2, 2020
Thanks for joining us for classes and events, and the good words! The new location is proving to have been a great decision, since we're so much more accessible to more people. See you soon at another class!
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nellie t wrote a review Oct 2019
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What an amazing class! Love my new slippers and feel I can now make more at home. Thank you! I will definitely be taking more classes with you!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from DonK1671, General Manager at The Folk School
Responded Oct 20, 2019
Thanks for the review! Darcel is a great instructor and wet felting is a fun way to make useful items. See you at the next class you take!
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Angela H wrote a review Aug 2019
North Pole, Alaska2 contributions
I really enjoyed this class. The instructor was very knowledgeable with the ingredients we used. It was nice that all the supplies were included. I loved being able to learn something new and take home a healthy product. Definitely will be taking more classes. Thank you for this class. Angela
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Response from DonK1671, General Manager at The Folk School
Responded Aug 31, 2019
Thanks for the review! Yes, Homyna is a talented instructor. We're glad you enjoyed the class!
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Allison W wrote a review Jul 2019
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Have you ever felt completely immersed in nature? No cell phones ringing, or the ding of a new text message. The morning news can wait, and the happenings of the world disappear. You are now completely present in the moment of your experience. You awaken to the gentle sound of the birds chirping, or the buzzing of mosquitos, the trees swaying in the wind, and the smell of coffee cooking on a fire. Week in the Woods is not just a family summer camp, it is a life changing experience which remains indelible in memory, and keeps you longing for more. I’ve attended the camp two times now and with each continue to deepen my connection to nature, and develop a sense of wonder and possibility. There is something for everyone here, no matter your skill level, age or forest experience. Everyone brings something to the table and a community truly develops. This year my nine-year-old learned to use a variety of tools, experimented making mini catapults and boats, participated in a forest play with natural puppets, played games and had a blast. For me, I expanded my personal and professional life. I am an elementary teacher and can’t wait to share some new ideas and skills with my students. I enjoyed harvesting materials from the forest and honing my wood working skills in an amazing tarp covered workshop in the woods. I enjoyed some incredible company and made new connections. I cannot recommend this experience enough. Thank you, Folk School Fairbanks and Week in the Woods organizers. You are the best!!!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Responded Jul 23, 2019
Thanks for sharing your thoughts and experiences! It's people like you who come and are willing to be totally immersed in the experience that make Week in the Woods the magical experience it is. Thanks for being a part of it!
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