The Bellingham Farmers Market is pleased to announce that they are one of two farmers markets in Washington state that have ever recieved an education grant to bring canning demonstrations to customers at the Market! This year the Discover You Can- Learn Make Share canning education program will be on hand to help market visitors learn how to can and make canning recipes, using fresh local produce, to enjoy and share with friends all year long.
The Mount Baker Theatre is thrilled to announce its upcoming 2013-14 season and that Saturna Capital will once again be the Season Sponsor
The 26-show season begins on July 17th with “Weird Al” Yankovich, continues with Mount Baker Theatre’s own production of the Producers, September 25-29 and ends on May 20 & 21 2014 with Memphis. This season includes an exiting mix of musical performances, Broadway revues, dance and drama.
A single-session class open to both men and women that is patterned after the Women’s Handgun Class: safe handling and operation, a review of pertinent laws and basic marksmanship. 50 rounds of ammunition is needed for the shooting section (Indoor Range ammunition is required). Fee is $35.
A single session day class, 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m on September 6 (Friday) and December 30 (Monday).
The Whatcom Museum and more than 20 community partners invite you on an amazing exploration…the highly anticipated Vanishing Ice art exhibition has opened at the Whatcom Museum. Vanishing Ice interweaves science, history, and art in a groundbreaking locally-curated show running through March 2nd. From poetry to politics, arctic birds to artist expeditions, the program lineup traces connections between culture and climate
One of the highlights of the Vanishing Ice Exhibit is the Saturdays on Ice series on December 7, 2013; January 11 & February 8, 2014. Saturdays on Ice at the Whatcom Museum anchors the exhibition programs. Featuring a day each month devoted to culture and climate, these special, $3 admission days are packed with speakers, activities and workshops covering art, science, history and exploration to provide new perspectives on climate change and its effects at home and around the world.
PHOTO CREDIT: ”Melting Ice,” a site-specific installation in the Lightcatcher courtyard by artist Jyoti Duwadi, is part of the Whatcom Museum’s traveling exhibition, Vanishing Ice: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art, 1775-2012.”
Friendship House is a local nonprofit homeless shelter and community kitchen dedicated to serving the people of Skagit County. Last year they provided over 10,000 bed-nights and 50,000 meals to those in need. They provide all their services with love, joy, respect and acceptance in a safe environment. If you’d like to help support their mission this holiday season, please make a donation online at www.skagitfriendshiphouse.org or mail a check to PO Box 517, Mount Vernon, WA 98273.
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