FAIRBANKS — Spring is typically a joyous time in Fairbanks. The last snows melt away. Wild roses bloom and trees leaf out. Jackets are stuffed away and short sleeves become the norm. Yet, if it felt like something was missing from Fairbanks this spring, well, it was. Clucking Blossom, the annual free music and arts festival typically held in late May was conspicuously absent after a nine-year run.
The reason: “We couldn’t find a venue this year,” said Jody Hassel, one of Clucking Blossom’s founders and principle organizers. “Last year we were at the fairgrounds, but this year we just couldn’t seem to find a location.”
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