This calendar is the place to find fun events happening throughout Whatcom County including Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden and beyond.
We are exited to be hosting our first Chef Showcase dinner at Evolve Chocolate + Cafe in Village Books.
It’s dinner with a purpose: We will be featuring Joshua Hale, Social Media Marketing Director from ClickMonster. Joshua will walk you through how to use Instagram to build your business and create customers.
Who is invited? We are gathering together local Chefs, Restaurant Owners, and Restaurant Managers. This will be a chance to meet other members of the restaurant community and make connections!
What is included? The $60 ticket includes:
Dinner by Chef Christy Fox of Evolve Chocolate + Cafe
-3 courses featuring local ingredients and purveyors
-1 beverage included, additional beverages available for purchase
-20% gratuity included for Evolve staff
Meet and greet with other Whatcom Chefs and Restaurant Owners/Managers
Presentation from Joshua Hale, Social Media Marketing Director at ClickMonster
-Instagram Marketing: Using Instagram and Instagram stories to build community and create customers.
-30-minute presentation with time for questions and 1-on-1 assistance.
-Joshua will be available to help get you started and answer any questions you have during the dinner. Plan to bring your phone, have a business Instagram account, and be ready to start posting!
Claire Rudolf Murphy, author of Martin and Bobby: A Journey to Justice follows the lives and final days of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert Kennedy, showing how their initially wary relationship evolved from challenging and testing each other to finally “arriving in the same place” in 1968, as allies fighting poverty and racism.
Mary Cronk Farrell, author of Standing Up Against Hate: How Black Women in the Army Helped Change the Course of WWII, a much-need perspective on the lives of women of color in WWII America.
Intermediate English Conversation Class is offered by the Whatcom Literacy Council for people who want to practice speaking English. It is facilitated by a trained volunteer who will lead the class. The class will focus on reading, writing and speaking about everyday activities, American Culture and current events. The class takes place in an open setting. The program is for intermediate levels. Contact Gloria Garcia at email@example.com or 360-752-8679 for more information.
Want skills to deal with a difficult co-parent? Feeling frustrated? Looking to improve communication with your ex? Then join us for our next Managing Conflict As A Co-Parent workshop! In this engaging and informative workshop, participants will build skills to manage emotions, be heard, communicate effectively and reduce co-parenting conflicts.
Participants will learn how to:
• Identify stresses and triggers
• Appropriately manage anger
• Effectively use a variety of conflict strategies
• Express needs in an assertive, interest-based manner
• Promote healthy communication techniques
The workshop will assist individuals to manage conflict in their lives safely and productively.
“Hearing the trainers say that a divorced family isn’t a broken family, it’s just a reorganized family was music to my ears.”
— Past Parenting Class Participant
Course Fee: $25
To register, contact 360-676-0122 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, register online at https://www.whatcomdrc.org/coparentingworkshop/
If UFO sightings and phenomena have ever piqued your curiosity, then this class based on historical and mythical examples is for you! With a dose of humor and inquisitiveness, instructor Matthew Thuney will cover historical and cultural contexts before moving on to a discussion of modern-day UFO activity, including the 1984 “Lummi Island UFO incident.” Join us to engage in speculation and debate about the reality of the UFO phenomenon and its possible implications for contemporary humanity.
Attention all athletes! Sign ups for baseball (K-12 y/o), fast pitch (2nd-8th grade) and volleyball (3rd-8th) will be open February 11-24. Remember to mark your calendars to make sure that you are eligible to participate in athletics this spring season.
Sign-ups are online, but those requiring assistance can come to the Club between the hours of 2:00-6:00 p.m.
Intermediate English Conversation Class is offered by the Whatcom Literacy Council for people who want to practice speaking English. It is facilitated by a trained volunteer who will lead the class. The class will focus on reading, writing and speaking about everyday activities, American Culture, and current events. The class takes place in an open setting. The program is for intermediate levels. Contact Gloria Garcia at email@example.com or 360-752-8679 for more information.