Here comes the weekend! Let WhatcomTalk supply some inspiration for enjoying it to the fullest with our list of events happening in and around Bellingham September 27-29. And don’t forget to check our full events calendar for even more local goings-on this weekend.
- Swing by the final Birchwood International Market of the year.
- Find new-to-you treasures at the Friends of the Library fall book sale.
- Enjoy the Gypsy jazz stylings of Christine Tassan et Les Imposteures at the Mount Baker Theatre.
- Explore the What Lies Beneath: Minerals of the Pacific Northwest exhibit at Whatcom Museum Old City Hall.
- Bring your young ones to the Bellingham Farmers Market and have them take part in the Kids Art Contest—their creation could end up on the side of a WTA bus!
- Attend Feed the Need Saturday at Barkley Village and sample delicious food truck dishes while raising money for area food banks.
- Curious about e-bikes? Learn more at Boundary Bay Brewery all day Saturday.
- Register for a USCF-rated chess tournament, hosted by the Bellingham Knights Chess Club.
- Be ready to bargain at this year’s Hagglefest in the RE Store parking lot.
- Head to the Shakedown for live music from Tetrachromat, Dearheart and Apology Wars.
- Want to learn more about local roller derby? Attend the Roller Betties Booty Camp—no skating experience required!
- Tap your feet to the upbeat, funky sounds of Tea Seas Trio at Thousand Acre Cider House.
- iDiOM Theater takes a comical spin on The Odyssey with Godlike.
- Take in the work of Bellingham-based artist Ed Bereal at his first museum retrospective, Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace, at the Whatcom Museum.
- Hit the Bellingham Handmade Market, a rotating selection of local makers hosted by Goods Local Brews and Goods Nursery & Produce.
- Catch the Bellingham Theatre Guild’s production of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None.
- Belly up to a good old fashioned pancake breakfast at the Lynden Community Center.
- Stop in at the Ferndale Farmers Market.
- Bring your LEGO-loving littles to Fairhaven Builders Club.
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Featured photo by Stacee Sledge