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"Strange Washington" Trivia Night
The Washington State Archives and Western Libraries' Heritage Resources invite you to the Loft at Skylark's Hidden Cafe to celebrate the 2017 Archives Month theme, "Strange Washington," with a fun, historical trivia contest hosted by Quizmaster John Drum. Free registration and prizes. Food and beverages available for purchase. To RSVP, contact Janette at State Archives' Northwest Regional Branch at janette.gomes@sos.wa.gov or 360-650-2813.
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Film
100 Words Film Festival
The 100 Words Film Festival celebrates concise, cinematic storytelling. Each film must deliver a compelling tale using exactly 100 words, challenging filmmakers to focus on the essence of the story. Given this parameter, the 100 Words concept democratizes filmmaking by making entry financially possible for all participants. The festival will present exclusive premieres, in every genre, from filmmakers around the world, ranging from Academy Award nominated directors to talented student filmmakers.
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Benefit/Fundraiser
15th Annual Peace Builder Awards
Each year, the Peace Builder Awards are an opportunity to celebrate individuals, groups, and organizations that have dedicated their efforts to strengthening community. The Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center invites the public to join in celebrating the 2017 recipients. The 15th Annual Peace Builder Awards Gala, presented by Peoples Bank, takes place November 17, 2017 at 5:30 pm at BTC’s Settlemyer Hall. Tickets start at $50 and can be purchased at www.whatcomdrc.org, (360) 676-0122, or in person at the WDRC. Please RSVP by November 1st. In addition to awards presentations, guests will enjoy a chef-inspired gourmet dinner, live music, and Peaceful Poetry Youth Contest readings; as well as a silent auction, wine wall, dessert dash, and a grand prize raffle. All proceeds of the Peace Builder Award's Gala will benefit the WDRC and their mission to provide and promote constructive and collaborative approaches to conflict.
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Winter Sports, Film
18th Annual Mt. Baker Film & Art Festival
The Mt. Baker Film & Art Festival started in 1999 as an effort by Mt. Baker Ski Area to provide a venue for independent ski and snowboard filmmakers to share their work with our powder hungry community. The goal each year has been to share recent films from, but not limited to the Northwest. As snow enthusiasts we like to appreciate anywhere people are able to document getting outdoors and experiencing the thrill of winter!
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Community Event
19th Annual Veteran's Day Dinner and Program
The Lynden Lions Club and the Lynden Community Center invite you to our Veteran's Day Dinner and Program. Dinner for all Veteran's will be free and our gift to you. All other visitors are asked to pay $8 for their own meal. Time: meet at 6 pm with dinner at 6:30 pm. If you are planning to attend, RSVP is a must. Call no later than November 6th to book your reservation. Call Barbara or Gordon Sund at (360) 318-8155.
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Art Show, Painting, Jewelry/Gems, Sculpture
2017 Gallery Series: Who’s There?
This show features figurative work by painters Frank Frazee and Shawna Morris as well as stone sculptures by Ruth Mueseler. Our November exhibit will also feature small works in our cases by Bellingham Metal Arts Guild members. This show will run from November 3rd-25th, 2017. For more information visit www.alliedarts.org or contact: Katy Tolles, Artist Services Coordinator at 676-8548 x2 or katy@alliedarts.org.
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Lacrosse
2018 Winter Skills - Lacrosse Indoor
Registration is now open for Winter skills lacrosse!
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Community Event, Class/Workshop, Social Event, Relationships, Conference
20th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Saturday Conference
Our theme this year is: 50 years of Freedom or 50 years of Fear; Chaos or Community? Where do we go from here? Our conference theme asks participants to reflect on what has changed and what has not changed since Dr. King's death 50 years ago. It echoes the title of Dr. King's 1967 book, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? The keynote will be "A Collective Contribution," a fishbowl conversation between womxn of color. There will be skill building workshops for children (accompanied by an adult), teens, and adults. Clock hours available for school educators. Information booths and complimentary refreshments, as well as food vendors on site with lunch option for purchase. No childcare provided.
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Craft Show, Community Event, Antiques
28th Annual Fall Lynden Craft & Antique Show
This annual show features handcrafted wares, home and holiday decor, gourmet treats, and re-purposed and vintage treasures. Meet over 100 artisans, who will inspire you with their creativity! Enjoy lunch in our Cafe by Jake's Western Grill or a latte and treat while listening to ongoing live piano music.
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Nature, Education, Food/Tasting
28th Annual Wild Mushroom Show
Wild Mushroom Show.
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