Week of July 11, 2021

Sunday, July 11 14 events
  • All Day Bellingham Festival of Music Returns 
    The Bellingham Festival of Music will resume a truncated season of live concerts from July 10-18 at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center, 516 High St. To comply with the state’s pandemic reopening plan and County Health Department guidelines, the Festival, in close collaboration with WWU, has compressed its season from three weeks to nine days and from seven performances to five. There will be three orchestral and two chamber music programs under the artistic direction of conductor Michael Palmer. The Festival’s ensemble-in-residence, the Calidore String Quartet, will present its annual concert and its individual members will also be featured as concerto soloists in the orchestra programs. Tickets for all programs will be $50, the price reflecting costs that are unique to COVID-compliance. Seats will be unreserved. There will be 20 free tickets at every concert for first responders.
    WWU Performing Arts Center :: http://www.bellinghamfestival.org
  • All Day Larry Richmond at Good Earth Gallery 
    Ceramic baskets by Larry Richmond will be highlighted from 11am-5pm daily through Saturdays, and 11am-4pm Sundays through July at Good Earth Pottery, 1000 Harris Ave. A reception will take place from 5pm-8pm Fri., July 23 as part of the return of the Fairhaven Fourth Friday Art Walk.
    Good Earth Pottery :: http://www.goodearthpots.com
  • All Day Diablo Lake Boat Tours 
    Seattle City Light and the North Cascades Institute will team up to offer Diablo Lake Boat Tours starting this week with outings aboard the Alice Ross IV at 11:30am and 2:30pm Thursdays through Mondays leaving from NCI's Environmental Learning Center. Once aboard, you'll learn about the area's indigenous inhabitants, biodiversity, geology and the unique relationship between the North Cascades environment and the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project. Tickets are $22-$45 and include a snack pack including locally sourced fruits and vegetables, local cheese and a meat protein, two cookies and juice. Reservations are required, as boat capacity is limited for public health.
    Diablo Lake :: http://www.ncascades.org
  • 2:00pm Community Boating Center Summer Hours 
    Sign up for summer classes and experiences and book rentals for a dinghy, kayak, keelboat, paddle board or rowboat at the Community Boating Center, 555 Harris Ave. Summer rental hours are 2pm-8pm weekdays, and 10am-8pm weekends. Please schedule your rentals in advance online.
    Community Boating Center :: http://www.boatingcenter.org
  • 11:00am Cabin Rain Revisited 
    "Cabin Rain Revisited," featuring paintings by the late Northwest master William Slater from 1939-2007, shows from 11am-6pm daily (except Tuesdays) through July in Mount Vernon at Perry and Carlson Gallery, 504 S. First St.
    Perry and Carlson Gallery :: http://www.perryandcarlson.com
  • 10:00am Jacobson and O'Neill 
    View works by ceramicist and mixed-media artist Sara Jacobson and sculptor Brian O'Neill from 10am-5pm Friday through Sunday through Aug. 1 in Edison at Smith & Vallee Gallery, 5742 Gilkey Ave.
    Smith & Vallee Gallery :: http://www.smithandvalleegallery.com
  • 11:00am Signature Member Show 
    Peruse works by NW Pastel Society artists at a "Signature Member Show" from 11am-5pm Wednesday through Sunday from July 2-Aug. 2 in Anacortes at the Scott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial Ave. More than 50 panels will depict various styles of work and methods of craftsmanship.
    Scott Milo Gallery :: http://www.scottmilo.com
  • 11:00am Flags and Monuments 
    Check out award-winning Pacific Northwest artist Sheila Klein's new exhibit, "Flags and Monuments," from 11am-5pm Fridays through Sundays through Aug. 1 in Edison at i.e. gallery, 5800 Cains Court. In the show, Klein remakes the images of flags and monuments with crocheting, stitchery and weaving. This body of work was completed over the past four years.
    i.e. gallery :: http://www.ieedison.com
  • 12:00pm Fluid Formations and More at Whatcom Museum 
    View "Fluid Formations: The Legacy of Glass in the Pacific Northwest," "El Zodíaco Familiar," "All Dressed Up," "Silk for Suffragettes and Schoolchildren: The Impact of Kimono on European and American Design Practices, c. 1890-1930," "Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence," and "People of the Sea and Cedar" from 12pm-5pm Thursdays through Sundays at the Lightcatcher Building and Old City Hall. COVID-19 directives are in place. Entry fees are $5-$10.
    Whatcom Museum :: http://www.whatcommuseum.org
  • 10:00am An Artist's Universe at Hotel Bellwether 
    View painter and mixed-media master David Syre's latest installation, "An Artist's Universe," hanging throughout the corridors, lobby and dining room of Hotel Bellwether and the Lighthouse Grill--where you'll be welcome to wander the halls to grasp his methods and creative dialogues. The works will be on display through the summer.
    Hotel Bellwether :: http://www.davidsyreart.com
  • 9:00am - 2:00pm Birchwood Farmers Market 
    Find fresh produce and more from as many as 10 growers and producers from 9am-2pm at the Birchwood Farmers Market in the neighborhood's former Albertsons parking lot, 1538 Birchwood Ave. The event takes place Sundays through October.
  • 10:00am - 2:00pm Skagit Valley Farmers Market 
    Attend the new Skagit Valley Farmers Market from 10am-2pm just north of Christianson's Nursery in and around the Vinery, 15612 Best Rd. The weekly market will feature a full range of community farmers and craft vendors every Sunday through Sept. 26.
  • 1:00pm - 4:00pm A pop-up pride parade 
  • 4:00pm - 7:00pm Jazz on the Bay Returns 
    Yesterday's Playboys will make music when Sunday Jazz on the Bay returns from 4pm-7pm in the Sunset lounge or patio at Hotel Bellwether, One Bellwether Way. Additional shows in July include Cascadia Groove (July 18), and Alicia Dauber (July 25).
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Monday, July 12 5 events
  • All Day Bellingham Festival of Music Returns 
    The Bellingham Festival of Music will resume a truncated season of live concerts from July 10-18 at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center, 516 High St. To comply with the state’s pandemic reopening plan and County Health Department guidelines, the Festival, in close collaboration with WWU, has compressed its season from three weeks to nine days and from seven performances to five. There will be three orchestral and two chamber music programs under the artistic direction of conductor Michael Palmer. The Festival’s ensemble-in-residence, the Calidore String Quartet, will present its annual concert and its individual members will also be featured as concerto soloists in the orchestra programs. Tickets for all programs will be $50, the price reflecting costs that are unique to COVID-compliance. Seats will be unreserved. There will be 20 free tickets at every concert for first responders.
    WWU Performing Arts Center :: http://www.bellinghamfestival.org
  • 11:00am Larry Richmond at Good Earth Gallery 
    Ceramic baskets by Larry Richmond will be highlighted from 11am-5pm daily through Saturdays, and 11am-4pm Sundays through July at Good Earth Pottery, 1000 Harris Ave. A reception will take place from 5pm-8pm Fri., July 23 as part of the return of the Fairhaven Fourth Friday Art Walk.
    Good Earth Pottery :: http://www.goodearthpots.com
  • 11:30am Diablo Lake Boat Tours 
    Seattle City Light and the North Cascades Institute will team up to offer Diablo Lake Boat Tours starting this week with outings aboard the Alice Ross IV at 11:30am and 2:30pm Thursdays through Mondays leaving from NCI's Environmental Learning Center. Once aboard, you'll learn about the area's indigenous inhabitants, biodiversity, geology and the unique relationship between the North Cascades environment and the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project. Tickets are $22-$45 and include a snack pack including locally sourced fruits and vegetables, local cheese and a meat protein, two cookies and juice. Reservations are required, as boat capacity is limited for public health.
    Diablo Lake :: http://www.ncascades.org
  • 1:00pm - 2:00pm Writer's Camp 
    Sign up for a virtual Writer's Camp taking place from 1pm-2pm today through Friday on Zoom. Participants will experiment with creative exercises and writing fiction, poetry and nonfiction. By the end of the week you will have a collection of poems, short stories or maybe the beginnings of your very own novel. Writing notebooks and pencils will be provided prior to camp. Please register in advance.
  • 6:00pm - 8:00pm Live Music Mondays with the Miles Harris Trio 
    As part of a Live Music Mondays series, the Miles Harris Trio will perform from 6pm-8pm at Kulshan Brewing Company, 2238 James St. Entry is free to hear the "smooth yet spontaneous ride through fun, R&B, and so much more."
    Kulshan Brewing Company :: http://www.kulshanbrewing.com
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Tuesday, July 13 4 events
  • All Day Bellingham Festival of Music Returns 
    The Bellingham Festival of Music will resume a truncated season of live concerts from July 10-18 at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center, 516 High St. To comply with the state’s pandemic reopening plan and County Health Department guidelines, the Festival, in close collaboration with WWU, has compressed its season from three weeks to nine days and from seven performances to five. There will be three orchestral and two chamber music programs under the artistic direction of conductor Michael Palmer. The Festival’s ensemble-in-residence, the Calidore String Quartet, will present its annual concert and its individual members will also be featured as concerto soloists in the orchestra programs. Tickets for all programs will be $50, the price reflecting costs that are unique to COVID-compliance. Seats will be unreserved. There will be 20 free tickets at every concert for first responders.
    WWU Performing Arts Center :: http://www.bellinghamfestival.org
  • 3:00pm - 6:00pm Incubator Farm Stand 
    Peruse farm-fresh produce and meet the folks who grew it at Cloud Mountain Farm Center's Incubator Farm Stand from 3pm-6pm every Tuesday through Aug. 24 in Everson at 5979 Lawrence Rd.
  • 6:30pm - 8:30pm Tuesday Truck Show with Aloha Danny and Brian Kettering 
    Attend a Tuesday Truck Show featuring local songwriters Aloha Danny and Brian Kettering from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the upcycled truck stage at Mount Vernon's Farmstrong Brewing, 110 Stewart Rd. Tickets to the fantastic night of folk and fun are $8 in advance, $10 at the door. All proceeds will go directly to the artists.
    Farmstrong Brewing :: http://www.farmstrongbrewing.com
  • 6:30pm - 8:30pm Whatcom Museum History Sunset Cruise 
    Locals and visitors alike can procure tickets for the return of Whatcom Museum's annual History Sunset Cruises starting today at 6:30pm at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal, 355 Harris Ave. Tour guides and historians Brian Griffin and Doug Starcher will take turns hosting the events, tying their knowledge of local history with up-to-date facts about bayside activities. The sailings will be offered at a reduced capacity with new protocols in place to ensure visitor safety. Tickets are $35-$40 (free for children ages 5 and under). Additional sailings take place Tuesdays through Aug. 31.
    Bellingham Bay :: http://www.whatcommuseum.org
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Wednesday, July 14 11 events
  • All Day Bellingham Festival of Music Returns 
    The Bellingham Festival of Music will resume a truncated season of live concerts from July 10-18 at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center, 516 High St. To comply with the state’s pandemic reopening plan and County Health Department guidelines, the Festival, in close collaboration with WWU, has compressed its season from three weeks to nine days and from seven performances to five. There will be three orchestral and two chamber music programs under the artistic direction of conductor Michael Palmer. The Festival’s ensemble-in-residence, the Calidore String Quartet, will present its annual concert and its individual members will also be featured as concerto soloists in the orchestra programs. Tickets for all programs will be $50, the price reflecting costs that are unique to COVID-compliance. Seats will be unreserved. There will be 20 free tickets at every concert for first responders.
    WWU Performing Arts Center :: http://www.bellinghamfestival.org
  • 11:00am Quilt Exhibits in La Conner 
    From 11am-5pm Wednesday through Sunday, visit La Conner's Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, 703 S. Second St. Currently on display are "Creative Knitting," "Inspired Settings: The Art and Collection of Matt Macomber," and "Whirlwinds & Whirlpools: New Work by Larkin Van Horn." Reservations are no longer required.
    Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum :: http://www.qfamuseum.org
  • 6:00pm Bellinghistory Tours with the Good Time Girls 
    Through July, the Good Time Girls will lead free "Bellinghistory" tours at 6pm Wednesdays in Fairhaven, and 6pm Thursdays in downtown Bellingham. The Wednesday tours will highlight the Fairhaven district's unique evolution and origins as its own town. The downtown outing will explore the evolution of the city through historic buildings and sites, including stories about changes in culture, geology, architecture, transportation and more. Please register in advance for the events, as space is limited.
    Downtown Bellingham, Historic Fairhaven :: http://www.bellinghistory.com
  • 6:00pm Bellinghistory Tours with the Good Time Girls 
    Through July, the Good Time Girls will lead free "Bellinghistory" tours at 6pm Wednesdays in Fairhaven, and 6pm Thursdays in downtown Bellingham. The Wednesday tours will highlight the Fairhaven district's unique evolution and origins as its own town. The downtown outing will explore the evolution of the city through historic buildings and sites, including stories about changes in culture, geology, architecture, transportation and more. Please register in advance for the free events, as space is limited.
    Downtown Bellingham, Historic Fairhaven :: http://www.bellinghistory.com
  • 3:00pm - 7:00pm Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market 
    Attend the Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market from 3pm-7pm every Wednesday through Oct. 13 at the city's Hammer Heritage Square located at Ferry and Metcalf streets.
    Hammer Heritage Square :: http://www.sedrowoolleyfarmersmarket.com
  • 4:00pm - 7:00pm Wednesday Market at Waypoint 
    Bellingham Farmers Market's Wednesday Market takes place from 4pm-7pm weekly through Sept. 29 on the waterfront near the pump track at Waypoint Park, 300 W. Laurel St. Approximately 40 vendors will sell their edible and creative wares each week.
  • 5:00pm - 7:00pm Jam on the River 
    Join the Ferndale Chamber of Commerce for the first "Jam on the River" concert of the summer from 5pm-7pm at the city's Centennial Riverwalk Park. For the first event, Lummi Nation musician Swill Kanim will perform, while Outlaws BBQ serves up some of its classic fare. The family-friendly series continues Wednesdays through Aug. 4. Each evening, expect the sounds of a different acoustic musician to fill the air, while you enjoy a meal from a local food truck. Entry to the concerts is free.
    Centennial Riverwalk Park :: http://www.ferndale-chamber.com
  • 6:30pm - 8:00pm Bellingham Bay Brewers Cruise 
    San Juan Cruises continues its popular Bellingham Bay Brewers Cruise from 6:30pm-8pm every Wednesday through Sept. 22 leaving from the Bellingham Cruise Terminal, 355 Harris Ave. Tickets are $39 and include snacks and beer samples from local and regional breweries. Chuckanut Cracked Crab Dinner Cruises take place throughout the week, and "unWINEd" on the Bay wine tasting cruises happen Thursdays through Sept. 23. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed.
    Bellingham Cruise Terminal :: http://www.whal
  • 6:30pm - 8:00pm Rainbow Reads 
    Students in grades 6-12 can join Whatcom County Library System for virtual "Rainbow Reads" discussions from 3pm-4pm every Wednesday through July on Zoom. Do you love reading and stories with LGBTQIA+ characters? No matter your genre, or how you identify, this club is for you. This is a space place for LGBTQIA+ teens, allies and those who are interested in being part of an inclusive reading community. Register in advance, as space is limited.
  • 6:30pm - 8:00pm Barely Adulting Book Club 
    Do you love young adult books but want to start reading more adult fiction? If so, join Blaine Library staffer Marie Guenette (and special guests) from 6:30pm-8pm for a Barely Adulting Book Club discussion to read and discuss adult titles perfect for YA readers and YA that is perfect for adults. Every other month, participants read a book and discuss it together. Registration is required to get the link to the Zoom meeting.
  • 7:00pm - 9:30pm Bob Fossil 
    High-energy rock, pop, groove and more will be on the lineup when Bellingham-based band Bob Fossil performs from 7pm-9:30pm near Waypoint Park at Kulshan Brewery's Trackside Beer Garden, 298 W. Laurel St. Entry is free.
    Trackside Beer Garden :: http://www.kulshanbrewing.com
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Thursday, July 15 20 events
  • 11:30am Diablo Lake Boat Tours 
    Seattle City Light and the North Cascades Institute will team up to offer Diablo Lake Boat Tours starting this week with outings aboard the Alice Ross IV at 11:30am and 2:30pm Thursdays through Mondays leaving from NCI's Environmental Learning Center. Once aboard, you'll learn about the area's indigenous inhabitants, biodiversity, geology and the unique relationship between the North Cascades environment and the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project. Tickets are $22-$45 and include a snack pack including locally sourced fruits and vegetables, local cheese and a meat protein, two cookies and juice. Reservations are required, as boat capacity is limited for public health.
    Diablo Lake :: http://www.ncascades.org
  • 10:00am Community Boating Center Summer Hours 
    Sign up for summer classes and experiences and book rentals for a dinghy, kayak, keelboat, paddle board or rowboat at the Community Boating Center, 555 Harris Ave. Summer rental hours are 2pm-8pm weekdays, and 10am-8pm weekends. Please schedule your rentals in advance online.
    Community Boating Center :: http://www.boatingcenter.org
  • 10:00am An Artist's Universe at Hotel Bellwether 
    View painter and mixed-media master David Syre's latest installation, "An Artist's Universe," hanging throughout the corridors, lobby and dining room of Hotel Bellwether and the Lighthouse Grill--where you'll be welcome to wander the halls to grasp his methods and creative dialogues. The works will be on display at One Bellwether Way through the summer.
    Hotel Bellwether :: http://www.davidsyreart.com
  • 12:00pm Fluid Formations and More at Whatcom Museum 
    View "Fluid Formations: The Legacy of Glass in the Pacific Northwest," "El Zodíaco Familiar," "All Dressed Up," "Silk for Suffragettes and Schoolchildren: The Impact of Kimono on European and American Design Practices, c. 1890-1930," "Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence," and "People of the Sea and Cedar" from 12pm-5pm Thursdays through Sundays at the Lightcatcher Building and Old City Hall. COVID-19 directives are in place. Entry fees are $5-$10.
    Whatcom Museum :: http://www.whatcommuseum.org
  • 12:00pm Future Artifacts at MoNA 
    "Future Artifacts" shows from 12pm-4pm Sun.-Fri., and 10am-5pm Saturday through Oct. 10 in La Conner at the Museum of Northwest Art, 121 S. First St. The exhibit features work by Lummi Nation glass artist Dan Friday, who draws from cultural themes and uses modern processes--while maintaining basic Native American qualities. "Standing, Still" is also on display.
    Museum of Northwest Art :: http://www.monamuseum.org
  • All Day Bellingham Festival of Music Returns 
    The Bellingham Festival of Music will resume a truncated season of live concerts from July 10-18 at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center, 516 High St. To comply with the state’s pandemic reopening plan and County Health Department guidelines, the Festival, in close collaboration with WWU, has compressed its season from three weeks to nine days and from seven performances to five. There will be three orchestral and two chamber music programs under the artistic direction of conductor Michael Palmer. The Festival’s ensemble-in-residence, the Calidore String Quartet, will present its annual concert and its individual members will also be featured as concerto soloists in the orchestra programs. Tickets for all programs will be $50, the price reflecting costs that are unique to COVID-compliance. Seats will be unreserved. There will be 20 free tickets at every concert for first responders.
    WWU Performing Arts Center :: http://www.bellinghamfestival.org
  • 4:00pm Garden Parties at Boundary Bay Brewery 
    Singer and songwriter Robert Blake leads a Happy Hour Concert Series taking place every Thursday from 4pm-8pm at the beer garden at Boundary Bay Brewery, 1107 Railroad Ave. The weekly event will consist of rotating Stringband musicians selected by Blake. Mix Masala food truck will be on hand. The events are part of a new Garden Parties lineup taking place throughout the summer. Additional events this week include the Legendary Chucklenuts playing as part of Funky Friday at 6pm Fri., July 16; Doran performing at an After Market show from 1pm-3pm Sat., July 17; and Yogoman Burning Band playing that same day from 7pm-9pm at a Saturday Night Concert. Most concerts are free; entry is $5 for the Yogoman show.
    Boundary Bay Brewery :: http://www.bbaybrewery.com
  • 11:00am Celebrate Summer Exhibit 
    Stanwood-Camano Arts Guild hosts a "Celebrate Summer" juried show from 11am-5pm Wednesdays through Saturdays through Sept. 2 at A Guilded Gallery, 8700 271st St. NW.
    A Guilded Gallery :: http://www.stanwoodcamanoart.com
  • All Day Quilt Exhibits in La Conner 
    From 11am-5pm Wednesday through Sunday, visit La Conner's Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, 703 S. Second St. Currently on display are "Creative Knitting," "Inspired Settings: The Art and Collection of Matt Macomber," and "Whirlwinds & Whirlpools: New Work by Larkin Van Horn." Reservations are no longer required.
    Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum :: http://www.qfamuseum.org
  • 12:00pm Summer Juried Exhibit and More 
    A "Summer Juried Exhibit," Seiko Purdue's "Kumihimo Wishes: Current Times," Gregory Kammer's "New Terrain," and "Quilting Forward: New Works by the Bellingham Modern Quilt Guild" can be seen from 12pm-4:30pm Thursdays through Saturdays through Aug. 26 at Lynden's Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St. The ninth annual "Cup Show" can also be perused on the Jansen's website through that date.
    Jansen Art Center :: http://www.jansenartcenter.org
  • 11:00am Lands Real and Imagined 
    "Lands Real and Imagined" shows from 11am-4pm Tuesdays through Saturdays through July at Allied Arts, 1418 Cornwall Ave. This installment will include landscape-inspired pieces from painters Lori Nelson Clonts and Jennifer Kapnek, photographer John D'Onofrio, Jennifer Kapnek, and ceramic artist Stacy Murphy. Each artist captures nature in a unique and beautiful way.
    Allied Arts :: http://www.alliedarts.org
  • 6:00pm Bellinghistory Tours with the Good Time Girls 
    Through July, the Good Time Girls will lead free "Bellinghistory" tours at 6pm Wednesdays in Fairhaven, and 6pm Thursdays in downtown Bellingham. The Wednesday tours will highlight the Fairhaven district's unique evolution and origins as its own town. The downtown outing will explore the evolution of the city through historic buildings and sites, including stories about changes in culture, geology, architecture, transportation and more. Please register in advance for the free events, as space is limited.
    Downtown Bellingham, Historic Fairhaven :: http://www.bellinghistory.com
  • 6:00pm Bellinghistory Tours with the Good Time Girls 
    Through July, the Good Time Girls will lead free "Bellinghistory" tours at 6pm Wednesdays in Fairhaven, and 6pm Thursdays in downtown Bellingham. The Wednesday tours will highlight the Fairhaven district's unique evolution and origins as its own town. The downtown outing will explore the evolution of the city through historic buildings and sites, including stories about changes in culture, geology, architecture, transportation and more. Please register in advance for the events, as space is limited.
    Downtown Bellingham, Historic Fairhaven :: http://www.bellinghistory.com
  • 11:00am - 3:00pm Barkley Market 
    Peruse goods from local vendors, check out food truck options for lunch and listen to live music at the Barkley Market from 11am-3pm at the Barkley Village Green, 2215 Rimland Dr. The event takes place every Thursday through Aug. 26.
    Barkley Village Green :: http://www.barkleyvillage.com
  • 2:00pm - 3:00pm Exploring Vegetarian Eating Patterns 
    A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist from Sound Dietitians, LLC., will lead a presentation and demo on "Cooking and Nutrition: Exploring Vegetarian Eating Patterns" from 2pm-3pm on Zoom. Learn more about the health benefits from different eating patterns and how incorporating vegetarian cooking into your meal plan, even a few days a week, could be beneficial to your health and budget. The free event is sponsored by Skagit Regional Health. Please register in advance.
  • 4:00pm - 5:00pm What We're Reading Book Club 
    From 4pm-5pm, Deming Library staff member Erin Suda will host a virtual What We're Reading Book Club meeting on Zoom. The club is for folks who love to share books they've enjoyed and hear about great new titles from others. Participants share titles and listen to others' recommendations every first and third Thursday through Aug. 5.
  • 4:00pm - 5:00pm Book It! 
    From 4pm-5pm, students in grades 4-6 can sign up for "Book It!" meetings with the Whatcom County Library System. The virtual events take place every other week through July 29 and feature participants talking about their favorite series, graphic novels and book-to-movie adaptations. Space is limited, and registration is required.
  • 6:00pm - 8:00pm Elizabeth Park Concert Series with Free Harmony 
    Free Harmony continues the Elizabeth Park Summer Concert Series with classic folk-rock harmonies from 6pm-8pm at the Columbia neighborhood's Elizabeth Park. Reservations aren't required at this time, but attendees are expected to self-regulate and social distance as needed, wear a mask if not fully vaccinated, and stay home if they don't feel well. Additional Thursday night concerts include High Mountain String Band (July 22), Tracy Spring and Jezebel's Mother (July 29), D'vas and Dudes (Aug. 5), 4TENS Band (Aug. 12), the Sweet Goodbyes (Aug. 19), CraigO's Planet Groove (Aug. 26), and bandZandt (Sept. 2). Entry to all shows is free.
  • 6:00pm - 9:00pm Blues, Brews, and BBQ with the Chris Eger Band 
    The Chris Eger Band will play at a "Blues, Brews & BBQ" series taking place from 6pm-9pm on the waterfront terrace at Hotel Bellwether, One Bellwether Way. Upcoming shows include the Stacy Jones Band (July 22), Lowdown Brass Band and Chicago Big Brass Band (July 29), the Dizzy's (Aug. 5), Jasmine Green (Aug. 12 and Sept. 9), the return of the Chris Eger Band (Aug. 19), Lemon Creek (Aug. 26), and the Atlantics (Sept. 2). Tickets are $15.
    Hotel Bellwether :: http://www.hotelbellwether.com
  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm A Night of Comedy 
    Melly Kazel will host a Night of Comedy from 7pm-9pm in Ferndale at the Main Street Bar & Grill, 2005 Main St. The stand up comedy show will feature Todd Kirkwood, with MaryLou Gamba headlining. Cover will be $5 at the door. Please be prepared to follow COVID-19 safety protocols.
    Main Street Bar & Grill :: http://www.bellinghamentertainment.com
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Friday, July 16 19 events
  • All Day Diablo Lake Boat Tours 
    Seattle City Light and the North Cascades Institute will team up to offer Diablo Lake Boat Tours starting this week with outings aboard the Alice Ross IV at 11:30am and 2:30pm Thursdays through Mondays leaving from NCI's Environmental Learning Center. Once aboard, you'll learn about the area's indigenous inhabitants, biodiversity, geology and the unique relationship between the North Cascades environment and the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project. Tickets are $22-$45 and include a snack pack including locally sourced fruits and vegetables, local cheese and a meat protein, two cookies and juice. Reservations are required, as boat capacity is limited for public health.
    Diablo Lake :: http://www.ncascades.org
  • All Day Community Boating Center Summer Hours 
    Sign up for summer classes and experiences and book rentals for a dinghy, kayak, keelboat, paddle board or rowboat at the Community Boating Center, 555 Harris Ave. Summer rental hours are 2pm-8pm weekdays, and 10am-8pm weekends. Please schedule your rentals in advance online.
    Community Boating Center :: http://www.boatingcenter.org
  • All Day An Artist's Universe at Hotel Bellwether 
    View painter and mixed-media master David Syre's latest installation, "An Artist's Universe," hanging throughout the corridors, lobby and dining room of Hotel Bellwether and the Lighthouse Grill--where you'll be welcome to wander the halls to grasp his methods and creative dialogues. The works will be on display at One Bellwether Way through the summer.
    Hotel Bellwether :: http://www.davidsyreart.com
  • All Day Fluid Formations and More at Whatcom Museum 
    View "Fluid Formations: The Legacy of Glass in the Pacific Northwest," "El Zodíaco Familiar," "All Dressed Up," "Silk for Suffragettes and Schoolchildren: The Impact of Kimono on European and American Design Practices, c. 1890-1930," "Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence," and "People of the Sea and Cedar" from 12pm-5pm Thursdays through Sundays at the Lightcatcher Building and Old City Hall. COVID-19 directives are in place. Entry fees are $5-$10.
    Whatcom Museum :: http://www.whatcommuseum.org
  • 11:00am Flags and Monuments 
    Check out award-winning Pacific Northwest artist Sheila Klein's new exhibit, "Flags and Monuments," from 11am-5pm Fridays through Sundays through Aug. 1 in Edison at i.e. gallery, 5800 Cains Court. In the show, Klein remakes the images of flags and monuments with crocheting, stitchery and weaving. This body of work was completed over the past four years.
  • 10:00am Jacobson and O'Neill 
    View works by ceramicist and mixed-media artist Sara Jacobson and sculptor Brian O'Neill from 10am-5pm Friday through Sunday through Aug. 1 in Edison at Smith & Vallee Gallery, 5742 Gilkey Ave.
    Smith & Vallee Gallery :: http://www.smithandvalleegallery.com
  • All Day Future Artifacts at MoNA 
    "Future Artifacts" shows from 12pm-4pm Sun.-Fri., and 10am-5pm Saturday through Oct. 10 in La Conner at the Museum of Northwest Art, 121 S. First St. The exhibit features work by Lummi Nation glass artist Dan Friday, who draws from cultural themes and uses modern processes--while maintaining basic Native American qualities. "Standing, Still" is also on display.
    Museum of Northwest Art :: http://www.monamuseum.org
  • All Day Bellingham Festival of Music Returns 
    The Bellingham Festival of Music will resume a truncated season of live concerts from July 10-18 at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center, 516 High St. To comply with the state’s pandemic reopening plan and County Health Department guidelines, the Festival, in close collaboration with WWU, has compressed its season from three weeks to nine days and from seven performances to five. There will be three orchestral and two chamber music programs under the artistic direction of conductor Michael Palmer. The Festival’s ensemble-in-residence, the Calidore String Quartet, will present its annual concert and its individual members will also be featured as concerto soloists in the orchestra programs. Tickets for all programs will be $50, the price reflecting costs that are unique to COVID-compliance. Seats will be unreserved. There will be 20 free tickets at every concert for first responders.
    WWU Performing Arts Center :: http://www.bellinghamfestival.org
  • All Day Garden Parties at Boundary Bay Brewery 
    Singer and songwriter Robert Blake leads a Happy Hour Concert Series taking place every Thursday from 4pm-8pm at the beer garden at Boundary Bay Brewery, 1107 Railroad Ave. The weekly event will consist of rotating Stringband musicians selected by Blake. Mix Masala food truck will be on hand. The events are part of a new Garden Parties lineup taking place throughout the summer. Additional events this week include the Legendary Chucklenuts playing as part of Funky Friday at 6pm Fri., July 16; Doran performing at an After Market show from 1pm-3pm Sat., July 17; and Yogoman Burning Band playing that same day from 7pm-9pm at a Saturday Night Concert. Most concerts are free; entry is $5 for the Yogoman show.
    Boundary Bay Brewery :: http://www.bbaybrewery.com
  • All Day Quilt Exhibits in La Conner 
    From 11am-5pm Wednesday through Sunday, visit La Conner's Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, 703 S. Second St. Currently on display are "Creative Knitting," "Inspired Settings: The Art and Collection of Matt Macomber," and "Whirlwinds & Whirlpools: New Work by Larkin Van Horn." Reservations are no longer required.
    Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum :: http://www.qfamuseum.org
  • All Day Celebrate Summer Exhibit 
    Stanwood-Camano Arts Guild hosts a "Celebrate Summer" juried show from 11am-5pm Wednesdays through Saturdays through Sept. 2 at A Guilded Gallery, 8700 271st St. NW.
    A Guilded Gallery :: http://www.stanwoodcamanoart.com
  • All Day Summer Juried Exhibit and More 
    A "Summer Juried Exhibit," Seiko Purdue's "Kumihimo Wishes: Current Times," Gregory Kammer's "New Terrain," and "Quilting Forward: New Works by the Bellingham Modern Quilt Guild" can be seen from 12pm-4:30pm Thursdays through Saturdays through Aug. 26 at Lynden's Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St. The ninth annual "Cup Show" can also be perused on the Jansen's website through that date.
    Jansen Art Center :: http://www.jansenartcenter.org
  • All Day Lands Real and Imagined 
    "Lands Real and Imagined" shows from 11am-4pm Tuesdays through Saturdays through July at Allied Arts, 1418 Cornwall Ave. This installment will include landscape-inspired pieces from painters Lori Nelson Clonts and Jennifer Kapnek, photographer John D'Onofrio, Jennifer Kapnek, and ceramic artist Stacy Murphy. Each artist captures nature in a unique and beautiful way.
    Allied Arts :: http://www.alliedarts.org
  • 9:30am - 11:00am Wild Things 
    Kids, adults and adventurers can join Wild Whatcom for a "Wild Things" community program exploring local trails and parks from 9:30am-11am every Friday. Please bring a simple, healthy snack, dress for the weather, register in advance and follow all COVID-19 safety precautions. Suggested donation is $5 per person or $10 per family. Park, meeting location and directions will be revealed after registration.
  • 2:00pm - 6:00pm Ferndale Public Market 
    The Ferndale Public Market takes place from 2pm-6pm in the parking lot of the Ferndale Grocery Outlet, 1750 LaBounty Dr. They'll be on hand to punctuate the end of your work week with fresh fare every Friday through Oct. 8.
    Ferndale Grocery Outlet parking lot :: http://www.ferndalepublicmarket.org
  • 6:00pm - 8:00pm Friday Night Band Series 
    Triple Mood will perform as part of a Friday Night Band Series from 6pm-8pm at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center, 1314 Harris Ave. Another concert takes place July 23 with Alicia Dauber. Entry is free.
    Firehouse Arts and Events Center :: http://www.firehouseperformingarts.com
  • 7:00pm - 10:00pm Circus, In Person! 
    Bellingham Circus Guild presents its first live performances in more than a year at "CIRCUS: IN PERSON!" shows at 7pm and 9pm Friday and Saturday, at 3pm Sunday at the the organization's Cirque Lab, 1401 6th St. Capacity will be reduced, air will be well-ventilated, masks will be required and other COVID-19 safety measures will be followed. Tickets to see the various acts by residents and visiting artists are $12-$22. A limited number of tickets are still available.
  • 8:00pm - 10:00pm Camp Cider with Lefty & the Right Hand Band 
    Lefty & The Right Hand Band will play old-time rock, finger-lickin' blues and originals from 8pm-10pm on the "Camp Cider" patio at Thousand Acre Cider House, 109 Grand Ave., suite #101. Tickets are $5 in advance, $7 day-of. All cover proceeds for pre-sale tickets go directly to the artist.
    Thousand Acre Cider House :: http://www.thousandacreciderhouse.com
  • 9:00pm - 11:30pm Flicks in the Park 
    As part of the City of Ferndale's Summer of Fun lineup, a "Flicks in the Park" series concludes with showing of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade at dusk in the historic Pioneer Village. Entry is free. Gates open at 9pm. COVID guidelines will be followed.
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  • All Day Diablo Lake Boat Tours 
    Seattle City Light and the North Cascades Institute will team up to offer Diablo Lake Boat Tours starting this week with outings aboard the Alice Ross IV at 11:30am and 2:30pm Thursdays through Mondays leaving from NCI's Environmental Learning Center. Once aboard, you'll learn about the area's indigenous inhabitants, biodiversity, geology and the unique relationship between the North Cascades environment and the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project. Tickets are $22-$45 and include a snack pack including locally sourced fruits and vegetables, local cheese and a meat protein, two cookies and juice. Reservations are required, as boat capacity is limited for public health.
    Diablo Lake :: http://www.ncascades.org
  • All Day Community Boating Center Summer Hours 
    Sign up for summer classes and experiences and book rentals for a dinghy, kayak, keelboat, paddle board or rowboat at the Community Boating Center, 555 Harris Ave. Summer rental hours are 2pm-8pm weekdays, and 10am-8pm weekends. Please schedule your rentals in advance online.
    Community Boating Center :: http://www.boatingcenter.org
  • All Day An Artist's Universe at Hotel Bellwether 
    View painter and mixed-media master David Syre's latest installation, "An Artist's Universe," hanging throughout the corridors, lobby and dining room of Hotel Bellwether and the Lighthouse Grill--where you'll be welcome to wander the halls to grasp his methods and creative dialogues. The works will be on display at One Bellwether Way through the summer.
    Hotel Bellwether :: http://www.davidsyreart.com
  • 10:00am NW Art Beat Studio Tour 
    Peruse work by 25 amazing artists as part of Skagit Artists' "NW Art Beat" Studio Tour taking place from 10am-6pm Saturday and Sunday at 16 studios throughout Skagit County. The free, self-guided tour features demos, opportunities to find out more about each artists' techniques and art in a variety of mediums--including painting, sculpture, mixed-media, photography and more.
    Skagit County :: http://www.nwartbeat.com
  • All Day Fluid Formations and More at Whatcom Museum 
    View "Fluid Formations: The Legacy of Glass in the Pacific Northwest," "El Zodíaco Familiar," "All Dressed Up," "Silk for Suffragettes and Schoolchildren: The Impact of Kimono on European and American Design Practices, c. 1890-1930," "Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence," and "People of the Sea and Cedar" from 12pm-5pm Thursdays through Sundays at the Lightcatcher Building and Old City Hall. COVID-19 directives are in place. Entry fees are $5-$10.
    Whatcom Museum :: http://www.whatcommuseum.org
  • All Day Jacobson and O'Neill 
    View works by ceramicist and mixed-media artist Sara Jacobson and sculptor Brian O'Neill from 10am-5pm Friday through Sunday through Aug. 1 in Edison at Smith & Vallee Gallery, 5742 Gilkey Ave.
    Smith & Vallee Gallery :: http://www.smithandvalleegallery.com
  • All Day Flags and Monuments 
    Check out award-winning Pacific Northwest artist Sheila Klein's new exhibit, "Flags and Monuments," from 11am-5pm Fridays through Sundays through Aug. 1 in Edison at i.e. gallery, 5800 Cains Court. In the show, Klein remakes the images of flags and monuments with crocheting, stitchery and weaving. This body of work was completed over the past four years.
  • All Day Future Artifacts at MoNA 
    "Future Artifacts" shows from 12pm-4pm Sun.-Fri., and 10am-5pm Saturday through Oct. 10 in La Conner at the Museum of Northwest Art, 121 S. First St. The exhibit features work by Lummi Nation glass artist Dan Friday, who draws from cultural themes and uses modern processes--while maintaining basic Native American qualities. "Standing, Still" is also on display.
    Museum of Northwest Art :: http://www.monamuseum.org
  • All Day Bellingham Festival of Music Returns 
    The Bellingham Festival of Music will resume a truncated season of live concerts from July 10-18 at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center, 516 High St. To comply with the state’s pandemic reopening plan and County Health Department guidelines, the Festival, in close collaboration with WWU, has compressed its season from three weeks to nine days and from seven performances to five. There will be three orchestral and two chamber music programs under the artistic direction of conductor Michael Palmer. The Festival’s ensemble-in-residence, the Calidore String Quartet, will present its annual concert and its individual members will also be featured as concerto soloists in the orchestra programs. Tickets for all programs will be $50, the price reflecting costs that are unique to COVID-compliance. Seats will be unreserved. There will be 20 free tickets at every concert for first responders.
    WWU Performing Arts Center :: http://www.bellinghamfestival.org
  • 4:00pm Garden Parties at Boundary Bay Brewery 
    Singer and songwriter Robert Blake leads a Happy Hour Concert Series taking place every Thursday from 4pm-8pm at the beer garden at Boundary Bay Brewery, 1107 Railroad Ave. The weekly event will consist of rotating Stringband musicians selected by Blake. Mix Masala food truck will be on hand. The events are part of a new Garden Parties lineup taking place throughout the summer. Additional events this week include the Legendary Chucklenuts playing as part of Funky Friday at 6pm Fri., July 16; Doran performing at an After Market show from 1pm-3pm Sat., July 17; and Yogoman Burning Band playing that same day from 7pm-9pm at a Saturday Night Concert. Most concerts are free; entry is $5 for the Yogoman show.
    Boundary Bay Brewery :: http://www.bbaybrewery.com
  • 11:00am Quilt Exhibits in La Conner 
    From 11am-5pm Wednesday through Sunday, visit La Conner's Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, 703 S. Second St. Currently on display are "Creative Knitting," "Inspired Settings: The Art and Collection of Matt Macomber," and "Whirlwinds & Whirlpools: New Work by Larkin Van Horn." Reservations are no longer required.
    Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum :: http://www.qfamuseum.org
  • 11:00am Celebrate Summer Exhibit 
    Stanwood-Camano Arts Guild hosts a "Celebrate Summer" juried show from 11am-5pm Wednesdays through Saturdays through Sept. 2 at A Guilded Gallery, 8700 271st St. NW.
    A Guilded Gallery :: http://www.stanwoodcamanoart.com
  • 12:00pm Summer Juried Exhibit and More 
    A "Summer Juried Exhibit," Seiko Purdue's "Kumihimo Wishes: Current Times," Gregory Kammer's "New Terrain," and "Quilting Forward: New Works by the Bellingham Modern Quilt Guild" can be seen from 12pm-4:30pm Thursdays through Saturdays through Aug. 26 at Lynden's Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St. The ninth annual "Cup Show" can also be perused on the Jansen's website through that date.
    Jansen Art Center :: http://www.jansenartcenter.org
  • 11:00am Lands Real and Imagined 
    "Lands Real and Imagined" shows from 11am-4pm Tuesdays through Saturdays through July at Allied Arts, 1418 Cornwall Ave. This installment will include landscape-inspired pieces from painters Lori Nelson Clonts and Jennifer Kapnek, photographer John D'Onofrio, Jennifer Kapnek, and ceramic artist Stacy Murphy. Each artist captures nature in a unique and beautiful way.
    Allied Arts :: http://www.alliedarts.org
  • 7:30am - 4:00pm Tour de Whatcom 
    Whatcom Events brings back a more subdued version of the Tour de Whatcom starting between 7:30am-10:30am at Boundary Bay Brewery, 1107 Railroad Ave. Bike rides of 22, 44, 62 and 100 miles are offered, and there will be special rates for families and tandem riders. Masks will be required at the start area and rest stops, but not while riding. Rest stops will only have restrooms, hand-washing stations and water stations this year (with one exception of a midway food stop in Lynden for Century Riders). Each ride will have a one-hour window start time in order to stagger riders and the start line will be in the alley behind Boundary Bay instead of in front on Railroad. There is no official After Party this year, but Boundary Bay Brewery will be open for beers, BBQ and their full menu. Fees are $55-$75. Please register in advance.
    Whatcom County :: http://www.tourdewhatcom.com
  • 9:00am - 2:00pm Anacortes Farmers Market 
    Attend the 32nd annual Anacortes Farmers Market from 9am-2pm at the Depot Arts and Community Center, 611 R. Ave. The event takes place Saturdays through Oct. 31.
    Depot Arts and Community Center :: http://www.anacortesfarmersmarket.org
  • 9:00am - 2:00pm Mount Vernon Farmers Market 
    Check out a variety of produce, flowers and artisan wares at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market from 9am-2pm at the city's Riverwalk Park, 509 S. First St. The market takes place Saturdays through Oct. 9.
  • 9:00am - 3:00pm Twin Sisters Farmers Markets 
    From 9am-3pm, stop by the Twin Sisters Farmers Market's Nugents Corner Market in the parking lot of the Bluebird Building, 3833 Mt. Baker Hwy. From 10am-3pm, the Kendall Market will take place in the parking lot of the North Fork Library, 7506 Kendall Rd. The cooperative markets continue Saturdays through October.
  • 10:00am - 1:00pm Lummi Island Saturday Market 
    Stop by the Lummi Island Saturday Market from 10am-1pm in the field next to the Islander Grocery, 2106 S. Nugent Rd. The market will feature produce, art and good works from island nonprofits Saturdays through Sept. 4.
    Islander Grocery :: (360) 758-2815 or http://www.ourlummisland.org
  • 10:00am - 1:00pm Concrete Saturday Market 
    The Concrete Saturday Market takes place from 10am-1pm at the Concrete Community Center, 45821 Railroad Ave. The longtime event continues Saturdays through Sept. 4.
    Concrete Community Center :: http://www.concretesaturdaymarket.com
  • 10:00am - 3:00pm Market by the Sea 
    Peruse high-quality arts and crafts with the Blaine Harbor as the backdrop at the weekly "Market by the Sea" taking place from 10am-3pm at Blaine's H and G street plazas. The outdoor market will take place every Saturday through spring.
    H and G street plazas :: http://www.blainechamber.com
  • 10:00am - 2:00pm Bellingham Farmers Market 
    The Bellingham Farmers Market continues its 29th season from 10am-2pm Saturdays through December at Depot Market Square, 1100 Railroad Ave. Attendees can expect about 60-70 vendors per market day, including farmers, food producers and artisans offering locally grown and produced goods.
    Depot Market Square :: http://www.bellinghamfarmers.org
  • 10:00am - 2:00pm Lynden Farmers Market 
    The Lynden Farmers Market opertes from 10am-2pm at the city's Centennial Park, located the corner of 4th and Grover streets. Procure fresh produce and more at the market Saturdays through Sept. 25.
  • 10:30am - 11:30am Lynden Farmer's Day Parade 
    Watch an eclectic menagerie of cars, bands, tractors, trucks and horses salute the agriculture industry of Whatcom County when the rescheduled Lynden Farmer's Day Parade starts at 10:30am at 10th Street, and running east to 3rd Street. The event began in the early 1900s, when the farmers of the Lynden area took to the streets to show off their produce and animals.
    Downtown Lynden :: http://www.lynden.org
  • 12:00pm - 1:30pm Share Spot 
    Birchwood Food Desert Fighters hosts a Share Spot from 12pm-1:30pm offering free food to take or share in the parking lot of the Industrial Credit Union, 3233 Northwest Ave. Volunteers are often needed on Saturdays, and during the week. COVID safety protocols are in place.
  • 1:00pm - 4:00pm Book Sale Afternoons 
    Friends of the North Fork Library will host "Book Sale Afternoons" from 1pm-4pm Saturdays through July 31 in the backyard of the North Fork Community Library, 7506 Kendall Rd. Attendees can browse a fabulous selection of used books at budget prices.
    North Fork Community Library :: http://www.wcls.org
  • 1:00pm - 3:30pm Java Kings and Queens 
    Starbucks at Barkley Village will host an all-ages community drag show, "Java Queens and Kings," from 1pm-3:30pm at the Barkley Village Gazebo. The family-friendly performance features acts by Rikki Sinsation, Glamazon Prime, Cookie Couture, MX Combobulated, Kenzie Karadashian, Dizzy Phoria, and more. Entry is free. Stick around after the show for a Q&A session.
    Barkley Village Gazebo :: http://www.barkleyvillage.com
  • 3:00pm - 6:00pm Rebel Artists of Whatcom County 
    A variety of artists and artisans sell their creative wares at the Rebel Artists of Whatcom Art Market from 3pm-6pm every Saturday at downtown Bellingham's Commercial Street Plaza, 1315 Commercial St. A rotating roster of vendors takes part in each week's event--check the collective's Facebook page beforehand to find out who will be in attendance.
  • 3:00pm - 6:00pm Rebel Artists of Whatcom County 
    A variety of artists and artisans sell their creative wares at the Rebel Artists of Whatcom Art Market from 3pm-6pm every Saturday at downtown Bellingham's Commercial Street Plaza, 1315 Commercial St. A rotating roster of vendors takes part in each week's event--check the collective's Facebook page beforehand to find out who will be in attendance.
  • 6:00pm - 8:00pm Summer of Fun with Spaceband 
    As part of Ferndale's "Summer of Fun," Bellingham-based R&B/hip-hop sensation Spaceband will perform at a Music in the Park series at 6pm at the city's Pioneer Village in Pioneer Park. Entry is free; please be prepared to follow COVID guidelines. The series concludes with Vaudeville Etiquette on Sat., Aug. 14.
    Pioneer Village :: http://www.cityofferndale.org
  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm Firehouse Comedy Fundraiser 
    Cecilee Romano hosts a "Firehouse Comedy" fundraiser takes place from 7pm-9pm at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center, 1314 Harris Ave. Sean Flikke headlines, and Glen Bristow, Dan Mills, Melly Kazel, and Kyle Engberg will also be featured. Tickets will be $15 at the door; proceeds will be given to the Bellingham Harborview Lions Club to donate to local nonprofits including Whatcom Relief 2020, Max Higbee Center, Animals as Natural Therapy, Dementia Support NW, Veterans4Veterans, Foothills Foodbank, and YWCA Bellingham.
    Firehouse Arts and Events Center :: http://www.firehouseperformingarts.com
  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm Firehouse Comedy Fundraiser 
    Cecilee Romano hosts a "Firehouse Comedy" fundraiser takes place from 7pm-9pm at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center, 1314 Harris Ave. Sean Flikke headlines, and Glen Bristow, Dan Mills, Melly Kazel, and Kyle Engberg will also be featured. Tickets will be $15 at the door; proceeds will be given to the Bellingham Harborview Lions Club to donate to local nonprofits including Whatcom Relief 2020, Max Higbee Center, Animals as Natural Therapy, Dementia Support NW, Veterans4Veterans, Foothills Foodbank, and YWCA Bellingham.
    Firehouse Arts and Events Center :: http://www.firehouseperformingarts.com
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