Thursday - 11

family

Baseball Day, with the Alaska Goldpanners, 1-2:05 p.m., Fairbanks Children’s Museum, 302 Cushman St., suite 101, meet the Goldpanners during a baseball-themed day, regular museum admission applies. 374-6873 

music/nightlife

The Crabshoot, featuring Hurricane Dave and The Nurther Brothers, playing honky tonk and country rock in a secret pre-weekend warmup, 7-8:30 p.m., Malemute Saloon, 3660 Main St., Ester. 479-2500 

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Blues, folk, country and jazz with The Warblers. 456-6485

Music in the Garden, 7-8 p.m., Georgeson Botanical Garden, 117 W. Tanana Drive on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, free, open to the public. 474-7021 for more info. Tonight: Marc Brown & The Blues Crew. Note: Venue moved to Davis Concert Hall due to wildfire smoke.

Cultural Connections, a 45-minute live performance of singing, dancing and story telling by Alaska Native youth, 3:30 p.m., Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center, 101 Dunkel St., $10. Performances are Monday through Friday. 388-4920

Thursday Night Jam, open jam night at Howling Dog Saloon on the Holy Stage, with Paul hosting, 8:30 p.m., ages 21 and older.

Open Mic Night, all artists welcome, hosted by Tony Taylor, Big I Pub & Lounge, 122 N. Turner St., 9 p.m. until late, ages 21 and older. 

Karaoke, at The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, 8 p.m. to closing, hosted by DJ Holly and DJ Angel. No cover charge, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

Thursday Night Karaoke, hosted by Cherie, at The Marlin, 3412 College Road, 9 p.m. no cover, ages 21 and older. 479-4646

Fairbanks Sweet Adelines, rehearsal, 6:30 p.m., University Presbyterian Church, 3510 College Road, 6:30 p.m. New voices welcome. For more information, email Gayle at gaylelm@gci.net

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 7:30 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org. Tonight is a special half-price preview. NOTICE: CANCELED DUE TO WILDFIRE SMOKE.

Friday - 12

books

UA Press Barbecue, 2-6 p.m., 1760 Westwood Way, free, open to public, celebrating authors, Alaska books and summer. 474-5831 

music/nightlife

Rock and blues, with Arly Jylz, on stage at Howling Dog Saloon, 2160 Old Steese Highway in Fox, 9 p.m. 456-4695

Marc Brown, and The Blues Crew, 10 p.m., The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, $4 cover, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

Kale, a farewell to Andrew show, 10 p.m., The Marlin, 3412 College Road, $5 cover, ages 21 and older. 479-4646

Concerts in the Plaza, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Golden Heart Plaza, 516 First Ave., free, family-friendly concerts presented by Festival Fairbanks, 322-4112. Today: Crabshoot.

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Storytelling with Martin Miller. 456-6485

Guitar By Albert, easy listening and fingerstyle arrangements and originals, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Ivory Jacks, 2581 Goldstream Road.

The Crabshoot, featuring Hurricane Dave and The Nurther Brothers, playing honky tonk and country rock, 9 p.m., The International Hotel & Bar, 122 N. Turner St., ages 21 and older. 978-7711

Scandinavian Concert, 7-8:30 p.m., Sons of Norway Arctic Viking Lodge, 151 Wilderness Drive, free, open to public, donations accepted. Skogren Sällström performs Scandinavian violin repertoire of traditional, classical and contemporary music featuring the Hardanger fiddle unique to Norway. 479-4535

The Fox Troubadour, Mike Stackhouse, starting off the weekend, 7 p.m., Howling Dog Saloon, 2160 Old Steese Highway, Fox, ages 21 and older. 456-4695

Sand Castle, performing contemporary folk, rock and retro pop, 8:30-10:30 p.m., at McCafferty’s, A Coffee House, Etc., 408 Cushman St. 456-6853

special event

Alaska Yoga Festival, the second annual event, day 1 of 2, noon to midnight, Ester Community Park, 3566 Old Nenana Highway, $40 for the weekend, $25 per day, see www.AKyogafest.com for more. Yoga classes run every hour on the hour from the main stage guided by a variety of educators. Workshops include art, health, food and mindful activities. No prior experience necessary. 699-8522

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 7:30 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org. Official opening night with gala reception following show. NOTICE: POSTPONED UNTIL JULY19 DUE TO WILDFIRE SMOKE.

Saturday - 13

books

Book Discussion Group, with League of Women Voters of the Tanana Valley, 10-11:30 a.m., Noel Wien Library, 1215 Cowles St., discussing the spy thriller “A Cool and Lonely Courage: The Untold Story of Sister Spies in Occupied France” by Susan Ottaway. Free, open to public. 479-6224 

culinary

Creative Cooking, demos with Chef Chuck Lemke, 10 a.m. to noon, Spendard Builders Supply, 2460 Phillips Field Road, free, open to public. 452-5050   

music/nightlife

Rock and blues, with Arly Jylz, on stage at Howling Dog Saloon, 2160 Old Steese Highway in Fox, 9:30 p.m. 456-4695

John Shewfelt Jr., and Shot Time, 10 p.m., The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, $4 cover, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

Burlesque Bingo, hosted by Naked Stage, 10 p.m., The Marlin, 3412 College Road, $5 cover, ages 21 and older, plus a DJ spinning the back room. 479-4646

The Crabshoot, featuring Hurricane Dave and The Nurther Brothers, playing honky tonk and country rock, 7-10 p.m., The Boatel, 3368 Riverside Drive, ages 21 and older. 

Fairbanks Trad Irish Session, 7-10 p.m., Pizza Hut, 89 College Road, 374-6045. All levels of musicians welcome.

Sand Castle, performing contemporary folk, rock and retro pop, 8:30-10:30 p.m., at McCafferty’s, A Coffee House, Etc., 408 Cushman St. 456-6853

Kit Carson, performing at Ivory Jacks, 2581 Goldstream Road, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 455-6665. Free, open to the public.

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Fiddle music with Ptarmigan. 456-6485

special event

Arctic Lightning Air Show, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Eielson Air Force Base, with displays by the F-35 Demo Team, the PACAF F-16 Demo Team, and the United States Air Force Wings of Blue skydiving team. Additionally, there will be a behind the scenes look at a Red Flag Exercise with a Joint Force Demonstration, and food trucks and live music throughout the day. If July 13th is cancelled due to weather, the backup date is July 14. 377-2116

Alaska Yoga Festival, the second annual event, day 2 of 2, noon to midnight, Ester Community Park, 3566 Old Nenana Highway, $40 for the weekend, $25 per day, see www.AKyogafest.com for more. Yoga classes run every hour on the hour from the main stage guided by a variety of educators. Workshops include art, health, food and mindful activities. No prior experience necessary. 699-8522

House Tour, 47th annual event hosted by American Association of University Women Fairbanks Branch, a drive yourself tour, tickets and maps available at Team Cutters, Two Street Gallery, In My Element and The Alaska House Art Gallery, no children under age 13. 479-4535

Teddy Bear Benefit, car and truck show hosted by Lowe’s and the Vernon Nash Car Club, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., proceeds benefit pediatric patients at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, car/truck show features two, three and four wheels, 50/50 drawing. Teddy bear donations appreciated. Contact Doris Casey at 488-3321 for more information.  

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 7:30 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org. NOTICE: POSTPONED UNTIL JULY19 DUE TO WILDFIRE SMOKE.

Mystery Dinner Theatre, 6-9 p.m., Hap Ryder Riverfront Theatre, 1852 Second Ave., under the bigtop tent on the lawn, featuring silent and outcry auction, dinner and cocktails, and a performance. Reservations closed as of July 9.

Sunday - 14

family

Golden Days Event, scouting for treasure hunt, 1-6 p.m., 3574 Phillips Field Road, registration is $5 per person, funds support Boy Scouts of America Midnight Sun Council and Sculpting Worlds Friendship Park. 488-7353 or 452-1976 for info and details. 

music/nightlife

Sunday Night Karaoke, hosted by Cherie, at The Marlin, 3412 College Road, 8 p.m. no cover, ages 21 and older. 479-4646

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Standards and country rock with David Snyderman. 456-6485

nature

Open House, noon to 4 p.m., Calypso Farm, 4780 Old Nenana Highway, with live tours, hands-on activities for all ages, art demos, food for purchase. Free, open to public, family friendly. 451-0691

special event

Tour of Farms, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., hosted by Fairbanks Economic Development Center, a free, self-guided tour of Interior Alaska growers and facilities. Participating farms, a tour map, and more information will be posted on the Fairbanks First Facebook page.

River Regatta, part of 2019 Golden Days, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., launches from Graehl Park and proceeds to Pioneer Park, see www.goldendaysregatta.com for registration and info. 

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 2 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org. NOTICE: POSTPONED UNTIL JULY19 DUE TO WILDFIRE SMOKE.

Monday - 15

art

Monday Markets, noon to 8 p.m. in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, featuring local artists and their works, musicians, food trucks and a beer garden from 4-8 p.m. Free, open to the public, but bring cash to patronize vendors. 

family

Mother Moose Storytime, for babies up to 23 months old and a parent or caregiver, 10:30 a.m., Noel Wien Library Berry Room, 1215 Cowles St. 459-1052

Jump Rope Making, 1-3 p.m., The Folk School, 2300 Airport Way, cabin 66 in Pioneer Park, a kids’ craft session making jump ropes, ages 5 and older, kids should be accompanied by an adult, $5. 457-1219 

lecture

Down Memory Lane, talks with University of Alaska Fairbanks emeriti faculty about their careers and the past and future of UAF, facilitated by Robert Hannon, 7-8 p.m., Murie Building Auditorium, 982 Koyukuk Drive, UAF campus. Free, open to the public, 474-7021. Today’s speaker: Frank Soos, creative writing professor, 1986-2004. 

music/nightlife

Metal Mondays, featuring the best in your favorite metal music, at The Marlin, 3412 College Road. Ages 21 and up, no cover. 479-4646

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Dance troupe Tundra Caravan presenting Middle Eastern dance. 456-6485

Concerts in the Plaza, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Golden Heart Plaza, 516 First Ave., free, family-friendly concerts presented by Festival Fairbanks, 322-4112. Today: Kit Carson.

Tuesday - 16

family

Movie Night, 6 p.m., North Pole Branch Library, 656 NPHS Blvd., no registration required. 488-6101

lecture

Healthy Living, health-related talks with local experts, 7-8 p.m., Murie Building Auditorium, 982 Koyukuk Drive, University of Alaska Fairbanks campus Free, open to public. Call 474-7021 for more information. Today’s talk: “Sleep Physiology, Common Disorders, and General Health,” presented by Clay Triplehorn, doctor of osteopathic medicine.

music/nightlife

Tuesday Night Karaoke, at The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, 8 p.m. to closing, hosted by Cherie. No cover charge, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

Great Land Sounds, men’s barbershop chorus, 6:30 p.m. at Mojo Music, 819 First Ave. There is no cost, and any man who likes to sing is welcome to try singing in four-part harmony. Email music.maker@live.com for more information.

Aurora Women’s Chorale, an all-female choir directed by Janice Trumbull, 7 p.m., rehearsing at University Park Bible Church, 3681 Sandvik, all voices and talents welcome. Email is allison2619@gmail.com or see www.aurorawomenschorale.org online.

Concerts in the Plaza, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Golden Heart Plaza, 516 First Ave., free, family-friendly concerts presented by Festival Fairbanks, 322-4112. Today: Kit Carson.  

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Acoustic music that rocks with Kit Carson. 456-6485

Wednesday - 17

art

Fairbanks Watercolor Society Meeting, 6:30 p.m. in the Blue Room, third floor of the Centennial Arts Building, Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way. Visitors welcome. For more information, contact Becky Anderson at 474-4014. 

family

A Universe of Stories Storytime, for 3 to 10 year olds, 10:30 a.m., Noel Wien Library Berry Room, 1215 Cowles St. 459-1052

A Universe of Stories Storytime, for 3 to 10 year olds, 1:30 p.m., Noel Wien Library Berry Room, 1215 Cowles St. 459-1052

Preschool Storytime, with stories and activities for ages 3-5, 11:15 a.m., North Pole Branch Library, 656 NPHS Blvd., no registration required. 488-6101 

lecture

Discover Alaska, lecture series, on topics of interest from Fairbanks and around the state, 7-8 p.m., Murie Building Auditorium, 982 Koyukuk Drive, University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, free, open to public, 474-7021. Today’s topic and speaker: Landslides and science education in Denali, with Denny Capps and Sierra McLane.

Guided Walking Tour, and informative talk, of the UAF Geophysical Institute, a world-renowned research center for the study of earth sciences and space physics, home to the Alaska Satellite Facility, the Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration, the Poker Flat Research Range, and other research facilities. 1 p.m., meet in the lobby of Akasofu Building, 2160 Koyukuk Drive, West Ridge on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, free, open to public. 474-6149

music/nightlife

Wednesday Night Karaoke, at The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, 8 p.m. to closing, hosted by DJ Holly and DJ Angel. No cover charge, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

Open Mic Night, the longest-running open mic night in Fairbanks, at The Marlin, 3412 College Road. 10 p.m., ages 21 and older, no cover. 479-4646

Folk music, By Ice Jam, 7-10 p.m. at Pizza Hut, 89 College Road. 374-6045

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Jazz piano with Clarence Pate. 456-6485

Concerts in the Plaza, 7-8 p.m., Golden Heart Plaza, 516 First Ave., free, family-friendly concerts presented by Festival Fairbanks, 322-4112. Today: Fairbanks Community Jazz Band, with Festival Fairbanks serving free ice cream. 

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 7:30 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org

Thursday - 18 

music/nightlife

Cultural Connections, a 45-minute live performance of singing, dancing and story telling by Alaska Native youth, 3:30 p.m., Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center, 101 Dunkel St., $10. Performances are Monday through Friday. 388-4920

Thursday Night Jam, open jam night at Howling Dog Saloon on the Holy Stage, with Paul hosting, 8:30 p.m., ages 21 and older.

Open Mic Night, all artists welcome, hosted by Tony Taylor, Big I Pub & Lounge, 122 N. Turner St., 9 p.m. until late, ages 21 and older. 

Karaoke, at The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, 8 p.m. to closing, hosted by DJ Holly and DJ Angel. No cover charge, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

Thursday Night Karaoke, hosted by Cherie, at The Marlin, 3412 College Road, 9 p.m. no cover, ages 21 and older. 479-4646

Fairbanks Sweet Adelines, rehearsal, 6:30 p.m., University Presbyterian Church, 3510 College Road, 6:30 p.m. New voices welcome. For more information, email Gayle at gaylelm@gci.net.

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Blues, folk, country and jazz with The Warblers. 456-6485

Music in the Garden, 7-8 p.m., Georgeson Botanical Garden, 117 W. Tanana Drive on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, free, open to the public. 474-7021 for more info. Tonight: The Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival’s American roots ensemble. 

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 7:30 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org

Friday - 19

dance

Golden Days Dance, with music by Kit Carson, 8:30-11 p.m., Pioneer Park Dance Center, $10 at the door. See www.ballroomfairbanks.org for more.

music/nightlife

The Fox Troubadour, Mike Stackhouse, starting off the weekend, 7 p.m., Howling Dog Saloon, 2160 Old Steese Highway, Fox, ages 21 and older. 456-4695

Sand Castle, performing contemporary folk, rock and retro pop, 8:30-10:30 p.m., at McCafferty’s, A Coffee House, Etc., 408 Cushman St. 456-6853

John Shewfelt Jr., and Shot Time, 10 p.m., The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, $4 cover, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

Fox Spring Fundraiser, with live music starting at 7 p.m., plus a taco feed, Howling Dog Saloon, 2160 Old Steese Highway in Fox, 9 p.m. 456-4695

Concerts in the Plaza, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Golden Heart Plaza, 516 First Ave., free, family-friendly concerts presented by Festival Fairbanks, 322-4112. Today: Kit Carson.

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Storytelling with Martin Miller. 456-6485

Stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 7:30 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org.

Saturday - 20 

culinary

Barbeque Cookoff, state championship contest, all day at Tanana Valley State Fairgrounds, 1800 College Road, with winner competing in the Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational in Tennessee. Free to attend, open to public.

Creative Cooking, demos with Chef Chuck Lemke, 10 a.m. to noon, Spendard Builders Supply, 2460 Phillips Field Road, free, open to public. 452-5050   

family

Pokémon Go Tournament, noon to 3 p.m., North Pole Branch Library, 656 NPHS Blvd. 488-6101

music/nightlife

Fairbanks TrIad Irish Session, 7-10 p.m., Pizza Hut, 89 College Road, 374-6045. All levels of musicians welcome.

Sand Castle, performing contemporary folk, rock and retro pop, 8:30-10:30 p.m., at McCafferty’s, A Coffee House, Etc., 408 Cushman St. 456-6853

Kit Carson, performing at Ivory Jacks, 2581 Goldstream Road, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 455-6665. Free, open to the public.

Scooter Brown Band, performing at Tanana Valley Fairgrounds, 1800 College Road, as part of Golden Days Rodeo, music fest, and Alaska State BBQ Championships. Rodeo at 5 p.m., barbecue contest 5-10 p.m., concert 7 p.m., gates open at 3 p.m. Adults $23, military $20, kids ages 8 and younger admitted free.

Arctic Entry, 10 p.m., The Arctic Fox, 623 Old Steese Highway, $4 cover, ages 21 and older. 374-2900

John Shewfelt Jr., and Shot Time, on stage at Howling Dog Saloon, 2160 Old Steese Highway in Fox, 9:30 p.m. 456-4695

EsterFest, the third annual event, 2-10 p.m., Ester Community Park, 3566 Old Nenana Highway, a family-friendly day of music and food. This year’s featured bands include Cherie Bowman, Emily Anderson, Valley Below, 3-Chord Ho, Swardfish, The Shoot Dangs and Avery Wolves. EsterFest is a fundraiser to help pay for the purchase and maintenance of the Ester Community Park. Tickets are $15, admittance free for children under 12. 388-6338.

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Fiddle music with Ptarmigan. 456-6485

Concerts in the Plaza, 7-8 p.m., Golden Heart Plaza, 516 First Ave., free, family-friendly concerts presented by Festival Fairbanks, 322-4112. Today: The Beat Goes On marching band, with free ice cream from Festival Fairbanks.  

special event

Golden Days Parade, 10 a.m. to noon, starts at Carlson Center and flows through the streets of downtown, free, open to public. 452-1105

Golden Days Street Fair, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., downtown Fairbanks, with vendor booths, food, a kids zone, and public performances. Free, open to public, all ages event but bring money for food and vendors. 452-1105

Golden Days, Rubber Duckie Race, 3 p.m., starts at Wendell Street bridge, ends at Cushman Street bridge. 452-1105    

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 7:30 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org

Sunday - 21

culinary

Barbecue Cookoff, state championship contest, all day at Tanana Valley State Fairgrounds, 1800 College Road, with winner competing in the Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational in Tennessee. Free to attend, open to public. 

music/nightlife

Sunday Night Karaoke, hosted by Cherie, at The Marlin, 3412 College Road, 8 p.m. no cover, ages 21 and older. 479-4646

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Standards and country rock with David Snyderman. 456-6485 

stage

“Macbeth,” produced by Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rebecca George, 2 p.m., Jack Townshend Point, the outdoor stage at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for military, seniors and students; under age 18 admitted free. Tickets available at the box office before showtime or online at www.fairbanksshakespeare.org. A special talk-back discussion follows today’s show.

Monday - 22

art

Monday Markets, noon to 8 p.m. in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, featuring local artists and their works, musicians, food trucks and a beer garden from 4-8 p.m. Free, open to the public, but bring cash to patronize vendors.  

lecture

Down Memory Lane, talks with University of Alaska Fairbanks emeriti faculty about their careers and the past and future of UAF, facilitated by Robert Hannon, 7-8 p.m., Murie Building Auditorium, 982 Koyukuk Drive, UAF campus. Free, open to the public, 474-7021. Today’s speaker: Doug Goering, mechanical engineering professor and College of Engineering dean, 1989-2018.

music/nightlife

Metal Mondays, featuring the best in your favorite metal music, at The Marlin, 3412 College Road. Ages 21 and up, no cover. 479-4646

Concerts in the Plaza, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Golden Heart Plaza, 516 First Ave., free, family-friendly concerts presented by Festival Fairbanks, 322-4112. Today: HayLily, a mother-daughter country folk duo. 

Gazebo Nights, performances under the gazebo near Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, free, open to the public, 7-8 p.m. Tonight: Dance troupe Tundra Caravan presenting Middle Eastern dance. 456-6485 

stage

Shakespearean Acting, with Emma Pace, Jack Townshend Point, outdoors on UAF campus, $25. Pace, a graduate student in Shakespeare performance, will give an in-depth study of Shakespearean acting using different techniques to explore the text. Email Pace at epace123@icloud.com for more info.