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"Blast of Birds" the Woolley Fiber Quilters' annual quilt show
Woolley Fiber Quilters' annual quilt show with NEW DATES and a NEW LOCATION! July 14-15-16, 2017 10-5 Friday and Saturday, 10-4 Sunday. At Cascade Middle School in Sedro-Woolley. 250+ quilts, demonstrations, bed turning, vendors, and FUN!
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"Noises Off" at the Bellingham Theatre Guild
Performances June 9 to 25, 2017, Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 pm; Sundays at 2:00 pm. Called the funniest farce ever written, Noises Off presents a manic menagerie as a cast of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing’s On. Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and an errant herring all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play. “The most dexterously realized comedy ever about putting on a comedy. A spectacularly funny, peerless backstage farce. This dizzy, well-known romp is festival of delirium.” — The New York Times Audience Warning: Adult Language and Situations
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"Nutrition's Role In Pain Relief"
Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship 1207 Ellsworth St., Bellingham WA 98225-3122 Phone: 360-733-3837; Fax: 360-733-1420 Email: Website: Media Contact: Rachel Smith Manrique ( or 360-920-7638) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Subject: June 4 Sunday Forum at BUF: Nutrition’s Role in Pain Relief Join nutritional therapist, Linda Fels, at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship (BUF) on Sunday, June 4, at 9:15 a.m. for a discussion on how to proactively work with your body to decrease pain. Chronic pain affects over 50 million Americans, resulting in lower health status, missed income and greater suffering. Many do not realize that what they ingest at every meal can increase or lessen pain. This goes beyond pain in the digestive system to headaches, joint, nerve and muscle pain. Optimal nutritional status can assist the body in responding better to medical treatments. Linda Fels is a nutritional therapist in private practice in Bellingham who specializes in digestive issues and brain health. She is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), Restorative Wellness Practitioner (RWP) and a certified GAPS Practitioner. Linda's vision is a world of people so healthy that everyone can pursue their own dreams with the energy, means and sharp minds they are meant to have. She focuses on education, support and the joy of eating. Food is the fuel and the main building block for our bodies. What we take in by eating, breathing, touching and experiencing affects us physically, mentally and emotionally. ###
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Ceramics/Pottery, Art Show, Sculpture
"Pliable Ore" featuring Clarissa Callesen
June featured artist, Clarissa Callesen, presents abstract sculptures constructed of amorphic forms; investigating both the solid and pliable nature of clay. Meet the artist during the Fairhaven Solstice Art Walk on June 16th from 5-8pm. Representing more than 50 artists, the gallery has been located in the historic Fairhaven District since 1969!
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Ceramics/Pottery, Art Show
"Wake Up!" Featuring Madie Klusmire
The world is awakening with the shifting of the seasons, and May featured artist, Madie Klusmire, has captured those details on her painstakingly detailed ceramics. Flowers for Mom? You bet! Bring her cheer every season of the year with these one-of-a-kind pottery creations. Meet the artist at a reception on May 13th from 4-7pm. The gallery has been located in historic Fairhaven since 1969 and represents more than 50 local artists!
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Social Event
#CampWWU WeAreWWU Campaign
Faced with rising costs of higher education, Western Washington University students from the Communication Studies department are hosting the #CampWWU WeAreWWU education enrichment campaign event from 6-11 p.m., Saturday, May 27th at Boundary Bay Brewery in downtown Bellingham. The event is open to all ages with a $6 admission or $5 with a student ID, which will go directly to education enrichment funds as part of the WeAreWWU campaign. This event is part of the WeAreWWU fundraising campaign, a service-learning project for a communication and fundraising class at WWU. The campaign hopes to raise $15,000 for education enrichment opportunities for WWU students. Last year’s event garnered over $9,000 worth of support, and was the first of this annual event. In addition to the beer garden amenities, the event will include live music from local bands Simple Minded Symphony and Snug Harbor. The event will also include Mallards ice cream from 6-8 pm, a raffle with prizes from local vendors, silent auction, face painting and recognition of various WWU- related programs.
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Animals, Education, Fair/Festival, For the Family, Volunteer Event, Community Event
2017 Llama & Alpaca Education Day
If you are interested in learning more about the care, training and needs of owning Alpacas & Llamas, please join us for this free day of education. We offer classes on shearing, toenail trimming, routine care, training, fiber, packing and related talks. Whatcom Conservation District and Kulshan Vet are part of the class offerings too! There will not be any animals for sale at this event. It is all education and information for current and potential owners! You must RSVP to come!
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23rd Annual Skagit Valley Highland Games & Celtic Festival
Please join us for the 23rd annual Skagit Valley Highland Games & Celtic Festival, July 8-9, 2017, at Edgewater Park in Mount Vernon, WA. Held the second full weekend each July, this Festival attracts over 10,000 people each year. We think of it as a kind of “Scottish 3-ring circus,” with a wide range of activities for young and old alike. The Skagit Valley Highland Games is part of an annual circuit of Scottish competitions held in the Pacific Northwest and Lower Mainland of British Columbia. As such, the quality of performers in solo bagpiping and drumming competitions, bagpipe bands, fiddling, traditional Scottish athletics (the “heavy” events) and Scottish Highland dancing is at an extremely high level. Features of the Skagit Valley Highland Games include athletic competitions, bagpipe and drumming competitions, Highland dance competitions, a beer and whisky garden, sheepdog trials, clan and culture tents, children’s activities, musical performances, and much more! The amazing Scottish Fire band will be our featured entertainment this year! We are pleased to welcome dogs at the Skagit Valley Highland Games. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times, and human companions are responsible for cleaning up after their four-legged friends. We understand that many visitors to our event really appreciate that we’re one of the very few Highland Games left that allows pets. We have made this decision at considerable expense (increased insurance) and because animals have played such a vital role in our culture over the years. Whether sheepdog herding, hunting or just providing companionship, there is a very strong bond with animals in our tradition. Please be a responsible pet owner and help us keep this an enjoyable and safe event for everyone. Want to come to the Games for free? Members of the Celtic Arts Foundation receive free admission to the Skagit Valley Highland Games as part of general membership benefits. A family membership is only $50, and includes a weekend pass for four people. You can complete your membership registration at the Highland Games, and have your ticket prices credited toward membership dues. To learn more about membership benefits or become a member today, please go to our Celtic Arts Foundation Membership page. Skip the line this July and pre-purchase your tickets today by calling 360-416-4934 or visiting
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2nd Annual Sofia Milstead Memorial Run
The Sofia Milstead Memorial Run is an opportunity to join our community in remembering an incredible young woman while raising money to provide scholarships to graduating Lynden High School seniors and Whatcom County Young Life members. This 10K run, 5K run/walk is a great way to kick off your weekend with fun! In addition to the race, there will be a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses. The race in June 17th, it begins and ends at Lynden High School with the course taking you throughout Lynden. Registration pick-up begins at 8am. The 10K beings at 9am and the 5K at 9:15. You can register for the race online at
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3D Printing Basics
Set up a print job, load filament, finish job.
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