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Announcing Our February 2022 Show!

Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska is returning to the stage for the first time in two years on Saturday, February 26th at 7:00pm in Lathrop High School’s Hering Auditorium.  Created and hosted by UAF professor Robert Prince, this is the first show since The New York Times called Dark Winter Nights the “best winter podcast for storytelling lovers.”  Stories from the show have aired nationally on NPR’s Weekend Edition and it was featured in the November issue of Alaska Magazine.  This show will feature stories from Deb Horner, Matt Irinaga, Dave Runfola, Sarah Sullivan, Dawn Erbeck, and Phoebe Rohrbacher.  Masks and proof of vaccination will be required for entry.  More information and tickets can be found at darkwinternights.com.

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Announcing our Next Event!

The Dark Winter Nights team is thrilled to announce our return to the stage after two years! We’ll be in Lathrop High School’s Hering Auditorium on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 7:00pm! Tickets will go on sale in February and we’ll have more information about COVID mitigation requirements as we get closer to the event.