Looking for a few activities to keep you entertained this weekend? Let WhatcomTalk offer up some ideas. You can also check our full events calendar for all the great local goings-on.
- Join in at Barkley Village’s Spirit Walk, with all proceeds benefiting Brigadoon Service Dogs.
- Doctober at Pickford Film Center means a bevy of fantastic documentaries to choose from.
- Something is afoul this Halloween season in Old City Hall. Take a haunted tour and find out all about it.
- Take the kids (early) or a group of adults (later) to the 5th annual Nightmare on Railroad haunted house in Boundary Bay’s Fear Garden.
- Go birding on Bellingham Bay and surrounding areas via the Snow Goose.
- Belly up to a good old fashioned pancake breakfast at the Lynden Community Center.
- Need a laugh? Head to the FireHouse Arts and Events Center for An Evening of Improv.
- Bring your LEGO-loving littles to Fairhaven Builders Club.
- Visit Lynden’s Jansen Art Center and its Fall Fiber Showcase 2019, featuring local tapestry weaver Linda Rees.
- Learn all about Bellingham-based artist Ed Bereal at his first museum retrospective, Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace, at the Whatcom Museum.
- Head over to the Bellingham Handmade Market, a rotating selection of local makers hosted by Goods Local Brews and Goods Nursery & Produce.
- Join experts from the North Cascades Audubon Society at Old City Hall for its monthly Audubon at the Museum series.
- Immerse yourself in a poetry workshop at Mindport Exhibits with four award-winning poets, including Washington’s state poet laureate.
- Catch Blaine Community Theater’s presentation of The Witches.
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Featured photo by Jodi Broughton