Here comes the weekend! Let WhatcomTalk inspire you to enjoy it to the fullest with our list of events happening in and around Bellingham March 6-8. Check out a few highlights below and access our full events calendar here.
- It’s the first Friday of the month, which means Art Walk in downtown Bellingham. Start your stroll at Make.Shift Gallery, with its And in That Moment: Works by Aunna Moriarty photography exhibit. Also be sure to stop by the FAB Studios grand opening.
- Explore the Global Language of Headwear: Cultural Identity, Rites of Passage, and Spirituality exhibit at Whatcom Museum Old City Hall.
- Bring any 3-to-5-year-old not enrolled in a preschool program to Kaleidoscope Play & Learn at the Bellingham Public Library.
- Raise money for Meals on Wheels while you enjoy a lovely night out for their 5th Annual Irish Dinner and Silent Auction.
- The Lighthouse Mission also holds its Light in the Night Gala & Auction, which promises a fun social hour with appetizers, a photo booth, and live jazz, followed by memorable stories, paddle raise, live auction, plated dinner and dessert.
- Need some laughs? Go see Ladies of Laughter: America’s Funniest Females at the Mount Baker Theatre.
- Join the Choir of the Salish Sea as they sing the world into balance through a rollicking repertoire that entwines intersectionality and civic engagement.
- Go see the traveling exhibit Moving Forward, Looking Back: Washington’s First Women in Government at the Whatcom Museum at Old City Hall.
- Head to Thousand Acre Cider House for an evening of funky (free) jazz with the BJ Block Trio.
- Go cheer on local chess players and the Bellingham Knights Chess Club at the first USCF tournament of 2020.
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Featured photo by Lori Thompson