Here comes the weekend! There’s always so much going on around Whatcom County and WhatcomTalk has a few ideas to help you decide what you’d like to do. The most important thing is to just get out there and enjoy! Don’t forget to check out our full events calendar for everything happening in and around Bellingham April 19–21.
- WhatcomTalk has a round-up of Easter activities happening all around Whatcom County.
- Support WWU Softball as they take on Western Oregon University in a doubleheader at Viking Field.
- Take a team or just cheer them on at the 17th annual Bocce Ball Tournament at the Bellingham Sportsplex.
- Stop in at WeSNIP’s Caturday Sale.
- Attend Whatcom Literacy Council’s Trivia Bee and silent auction.
- Help raise money for the National Alliance on Mental Health at the ‘Time For a Change’ contemporary dance performance at Mount Baker Theatre.
- Take in Whatcom Museum’s exhibit ‘Firsts in Flight: A Hidden History.’
- Catch a play! Sylvia Center for the Arts is currently running ‘Unstable By Design,’ by Glenn Hergenhaha-Zhao.
- Get some greenery at Growing Veterans annual plant sale at Bellewood Acres.
- Speaking of Bellewood Acres, the ongoing spring celebrations there continue with their Easter weekend festivities!
- Celebrate Earth Day with a community work party at Fairhaven Park.
- Glimpse one version of what the future looked like in 1995 at a screening of ‘Tank Girl’ at the Pickford Film Center.
- Take in David Syre’s ‘Roots and Wings’ exhibition at Gallery Syre.
- Join a drumming circle!
- Tour historic Old City Hall.
- Take a contemporary dance class at the FireHouse Arts and Events Center!
WhatcomTalk aims to be your source for positive information and events happening in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden and throughout Whatcom County. If you have a suggestion for a post, send us a note at email@example.com. For more events and to learn what’s happening in Bellingham and the surrounding area, visit our events calendar. To submit an event of your own, visit our events calendar and click on the green “Post Your Event” button.
Featured photo by Lori Thompson