It’s time for another fantastic weekend! Here are a few ideas to get you out there and having some fun. And don’t forget to check out our full events calendar for everything happening in and around Bellingham April 26–28.
- Celebrate Fairhaven’s founder at the 17th annual Dirty Dan Harris Festival!
- Attend the Chanticleer Authors Conference at the Hotel Bellwether.
- Head to Habitat for Humanity’s annual Raise the Roof Auction at the Depot Market.
- Support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County at its 5th annual Inspire Higher Dreams Gala & Auction.
- Drop the kiddos at Kids Night Out at Western Washington University.
- Enjoy a free classical music performance by the North Cascade Community Orchestra.
- Catch ‘Unstable By Design,’ a new play by Sylvia Center Artistic Director Glenn Hergenhahn-Zhao.
- Learn ‘The Truth About Plastics’ at this forum at Whatcom Community College.
- Take your little ones to the Fairhaven Builders Club and let them create with LEGO, Duplo bricks, and more.
- Go on a scavenger hunt with Skookum Kids!
- Join in at the YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day.
- Raise a glass and raise some funds for the Max Higbee Center at the 18th annual April Brews Day.
- Wish Mount Baker Theatre a happy 92nd birthday with Artrageous!
- Hit up the Books by the Bay Book Fair.
- Join in the Great LEGO Build-Off!
- Sunday is Whatcom Parkscripton Day!
- Hitch a ride and enjoy a 2-hour walk around Stimpson Nature Reserve — Whatcom Smart Trips will get folks there, free of charge, via Whatcom Transportation Authority.
- Take in Whatcom Museum’s exhibit ‘Firsts in Flight: A Hidden History.’
- There’s always something spectacular to see at the Pickford Film Center.
- Join a drumming circle!
- Tour historic Old City Hall.
- Take a contemporary dance class at the FireHouse Arts and Events Center!
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