Meet and greet local politicians, as they serve you coffee and breakfast!
Menu: Made from scratch pancakes, french toast, sausage, scrambled eggs, juice and coffee. Biscuts and Gravy now available too!
Adults $5, Kids (6-10) $2, Kids (5 and under) FREE
Next Breakfasts: Sunday May 5th and Sunday June 2 (last one of the season)
From 8am-1pm (Fastest service is between 1am-1pm)
Located at Rome Grange- 2821 Mt. Baker Hwy, about 1/2 mile east of the "Y" Road.
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Whatcom Dream is a community-based organization committed to helping people reach thier dreams through financial literacy. The organization's mission is to lower the poverty rate in Whatcom County.
The Whatcom Dream will be holding a 12-week course on financial literacy starting Monday, May 13 from 6-8pm at The Whatcom Dream's office.
The cost for the course is $65 per person, and $100 per couple. scholarships are available upon request.
Childcare onsite included.
Topics covered: developing a budget, goal setting, banking, ID theft, debt repayment and elimination, credit repair, consumerism, and investing.
Please contact Trudy Shuravloff at 360-319-3759 to register for the upcoming class.
Opening April 6 and running through July 7,"Clearly Art: The Beauty of Glass shares" its name with another show that originated at the Whatcom Museum 20 years ago titled "Clearly Art: Pilchuck's Glass Legacy."
Glass has the ability to reflect, refract, and diffuse light unlike any other medium," says Hamilton. "It can be diaphanous and delicate, or substantial and weighty. Clearly Art: The Beauty of Glass highlights the versatility of the medium, presenting the broad spectrum of forms and applications of studio glass, from the traditional to the radical.
When: April 6- July 7
Where: Whatcom Museum Lightcatcher