Join us on Wednesday, April 5 for a double feature paddling presentation at Silver Gulch Brewing and Bottling Company in Fox, Alaska. This is the final event in Fairbanks Paddlers’ Winter/Spring Slideshow Series. Our previous two events were huge successes. Over 100 folks enjoyed great food and beverage, camaraderie, and excellent stories and photos by Ed Plumb at our February show. You’ll want to arrive early to get a good seat. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with presentations beginning at 7:00. A limited menu of burgers, pizzas and appetizers, as well as beverages from the bar. Food service will stop when presentations begin. The event is free and open to the public.

Silver Gulch is located at 2195 Old Steese Highway North in Fox, Alaska.

Canoeing the Entire Tanana River – Ned Rozell

Our home river, the Tanana, flows about 600 miles from its headwaters in eastern Alaska to the village of Tanana on the Yukon River. Join Ned Rozell as he presents on floating the entire river by canoe, executed over a few warm summers.

Celebrating the 2022 Boating Season – John Schauer

From spring break up through September, John and Karen Schauer enjoyed paddling and rowing rivers with great friends and dogs. Their trips included a few road accessible multi-day Alaskan classics: the Ikheenjik ( Birch Creek ), Chulitna/Susitna, and Gulkana. John will share images and stories of floating these and a few other rivers in rafts, canoes, IK’s, packrafts, kayaks and SOARs.