As one of interior Alaska's premier venues, Hering Auditorium is home to school productions and national touring groups alike and is well equipped for any performance with an over 1,200 seat capacity.
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Hering Auditorium carries its namesake from Fairbanks’ own Walter Hering, a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy who during World War II saw action in the Pacific at Leyte Gulf and Okinawa. It was in April of 1945 that his ship, the Navy Destroyer USS Hazelwood came under attack from kamikaze pilots. While the ship was saved, LT CDR Hering sacrificed his life in the defense of freedom and country. Hering, well known in his home of Fairbanks and a graduate of Fairbanks High School, received the naming of the Lathrop High School auditorium in his honor, as it is known to this day.
FNSBSD requires Commercial General Liability Insurance at a minimum of $1,000,000 and Worker’s Compensation coverage for all commercial and non-profit adult groups or for events open to the general public.
Contact FNSB Risk Management at 907-456-1392 for further information regarding required insurance coverage.