Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day three days early. Go see a play (or two). Whatcom Museum is offering engaging exhibits galore. You can even have fun while raising funds for Animals as Natural Therapy. These events and more are happening in and around Bellingham this weekend. Check out a few highlights below, and then access our full events calendar here.
- Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday! The annual St. Patrick’s Day Bellingham Parade has been cancelled, due to COVID-19, but Thousand Acres Cider House still plan to have a gathering (as of press time) with Paellaworks providing oysters and Moving Hats providing sounds.
- Find inspiration from the Bellingham Symphony Orchestra’s next installment of its Harmony From Discord series.
- Explore the Global Language of Headwear: Cultural Identity, Rites of Passage, and Spirituality exhibit at Whatcom Museum Old City Hall.
- Help raise funds at the 10th Annual Gala and Auction for Animals As Natural Therapy
- Catch Lynden High School’s production of Guys and Dolls – POSTPONED.
- Bring your LEGO-loving littles to Builders Club at the Bellingham Public Library.
- Attend the Whatcom Museum’s exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian, Conversations Between Collections: The Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Whatcom Museum or go see the traveling exhibit Moving Forward, Looking Back: Washington’s First Women in Government at the Whatcom Museum at Old City Hall.
- Sylvia Center for the Arts presents the world premiere of a new three-play adaptation of the Norse epic The Saga of the Völsungs.
- See Northwest abstract painter Barbara Sternberger’s new exhibit at the Inn at Lynden.
- View photographs by Ansel Adams and Leonard Frank at Whatcom Museum’s Two Views exhibit.
- Bellingham Repertory Dance is auditioning for its 2020-2021 season.
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