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Experience warmth and hospitality. We have been welcoming guests to Fairbanks for close to 30 years. Each unique room and suite has its own distinct personality, so you can choose the accommodation that best suits your needs. Whether you are here for a special getaway or business, we have what you need to make your stay a memorable one.
Whether you are looking for a great deal while you are traveling, want to splurge for a celebration, or just a convenient location, at 7 Gables you will find just the right match for your next vacation or visit to Fairbanks.
No worries about any forest fires soon; Fairbanks experienced a quick douse of rain water and hail this afternoon. Seems like our June is quickly turning into typical August weather. After the record breaking heat of May, we are glad to see the threat of forest fires quelched. Not exactly … Continue readingRead more.
Sure Sign of Spring
Stopped by Creamer’s Field, (which just happens to be where I used to wander through the grain fields when I was growing up) to catch a glimpse of the variety of migratory fowl that are returning to feast on grain that has been provided up in the fields of what … Continue readingRead more.
As a last-before-the snow- is-gone ski race, be sure to note that March 26 marks the 29th annual Sonot Khaazoot. The longest option, the 50 k starts at the Chena River Centennial Bridge. The name, Sonot Khaazoot is true to a loose translation of the Koyukon Athabaskan , “sliding around in the springtime” is … Continue readingRead more.
International Ice Carving Competition at the Ice Park
The Ice Park displays are fabulous and you still have time to view them! As long as the weather holds (read: if it doesn’t get too warm), the park will remain open until March 31th. Daily hours are 10 am to 10 pm. Be sure to dress warm and … Continue readingRead more.
And they’re off! Join the fun and follow along (you can view in real time at www.yukonquest.com) Saturday for the start of the race from Fairbanks to Whitehorse. Named for the Yukon river that was the path for gold prospectors, and other travelers north for adventure, this race covers vast stretches of … Continue readingRead more.
University Women’s Association Bazaar
Dont’ miss one of the most popular holiday bazaars this weekend, Saturday, November 7, and Sunday, November 8 at the Civic Center in Pioneer Park, from 10 am until 4 pm. Dozens of tried and true vendors you won’t want to miss come to offer a wide variety of choices … Continue readingRead more.
Ready to run! On Saturday, September 19th, at 8 am., thousands of locals and scores of visitors converge to participate in running one of the most grueling trails in the country. Continue readingRead more.
Enjoy the World Indian Eskimo Olympics, as well as the arts and crafts for sale at the Carlson Center through July 18th. Traditional dances can be viewed during evening events. Continue readingRead more.
Fairbanks Summer Fine Arts Festival
You can take advantage of the talent from around the country during the Fairbanks Fine Arts Festival. This event draws hundreds into Fairbanks to participate in song, dance and public performances. The dates are July 12 -26, 2015 Continue readingRead more.
Music in the Garden
Come to the Georgeson Botanical Gardens,( just up the hill from our property) at 7 every Thursday evening to listen to some of the local musicians. Yes, a free concert weekly, starting June 4, through August 13th. Bring the family, and a picnic if you like and enjoy the beautiful … Continue readingRead more.