"Walter Harper" book event with Mary Ehrlander
7-9 p.m., Raven Landing Center, 1222 Cowles Street, Fairbanks
Join Mary Ehrlander, professor and director of UAF's Arctic and Northern studies program, to talk about Walter Harper, Interior Alaska's history and the role of the Episcopal Church. Ehrlander's new book, "Walter Harper: Alaska Native Son," tells the story of the Athabascan man who was the first person to reach Denali's summit. Featured speakers also include Johanna Harper, Dana Wright, Sam Alexander and Episcopal Bishop Mark Lattime.
Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra concert
4 p.m., Davis Concert Hall
Enjoy music composed for UAF's centennial by Scott Hansen, BA Music Composition degree student.
HooDoo Centennial Brew
5:30 p.m., HooDoo Brewery, 1951 Fox Ave.
Don your best UAF gear and enjoy a glass of beer brewed with barley grown at UAF’s own experiment farm in celebration of the university's centennial. A short program hosted by HooDoo Brewer Bobby Wilken and Fairbanks Experiment Farm staff will connect the craft of brewing with the university's founding as an agricultural college in 1917.
For more information, please contact Carolyn.
4-6 p.m., Wood Center multilevel lounge
Enjoy food and fellowship with your UAF family at the Chancellor’s Holiday Gathering.