Whatcom Water Weeks

September 7-22, 2013

 

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Whatcom Water Weeks Kick-off

Saturday, September 7, 2013
11:30am

Bellwood Acres
6140 Guide Meridian
Lynden, WA 98264

Join Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville as she reads a proclamation kicking off the 4th annual Whatcom Water Weeks at Bellewood Acres.   Mayor Linville will also be speaking on behalf of Executive Louws.


   
 

Downtown Bellingham Gallery Walk Display

September 6, 2013 (Special Day! On Friday)
6-10pm

For more information on the Gallery Walk go to the website:
http://downtownbham.wordpress.com

Whatcom Water Weeks will display information on the two week event focused on “Water, Food & You!” Join Wayne Drop at the Gallery Walk, sponsored by Downtown Bellingham Partnership, where unique works of art will be showcased in venues throughout the downtown area for your viewing pleasure.

Lindsey
(360) 527-8710
Lindsey@downtownbellingham.com


   
 

Bicycle Tour of Rain Gardens in Bellingham

Saturday, September 7, 2013
10am-1pm

Meet at Bellingham Technical College.

www.re-sources.org

We will visit a variety of rain gardens in Bellingham via bicycles. When possible we will ride bike trails and side streets. This will be a relaxed ride, with a few hills. People interested in learning why rain gardens help prevent stormwater pollution should attend. We will discuss plant selection, unique features and creative ideas.

Contact: Lee First, leef@re-sources.org, (360) 733-8307


   
 

Camp Fire Talks

Saturday, September 7, 14, 21, 2013
6pm

Douglas Fir Campground
Highway 542
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Nat’l Forest

http://www.n-sea.org/educational-programs-1/nooksack-river-stewards

Join the River Stewards on Saturday evenings to learn about salmon and stream ecology in the Nooksack River while snacking on smoked salmon, cream cheese and crackers around the campfire at the Douglas Fir Campground.

Annitra Ferderer
(360) 715-0283, x105
aferderer@n-sea.org


   
 

Bellewood Acres Celebrates Water Weeks

Saturday, September 7, 2013
11am - 5pm

Bellwood Acres
6140 Guide Meridian
Lynden, WA 98264

http://www.bellewoodfarms.com

Bellewood Acres is celebrating Whatcom Water Weeks and everyone is invited to participate.

  • Creek activities –Stream Science Walk (1:00pm with NSEA staff) explore water health, bugs in the creek and much more
  • A visit from Sal the Salmon and an educational display to learn about how Bellewood is a Salmon Safe farm.
  • Kids activities - Horse rides, given by the Arabian Youth Club, Apple Bin Express train rides, face painting and a visit from "Wayne" the raindrop, the Whatcom Water Week mascot.
  • Booths and display from NSEA and the Conservation District.

Sarah Fowler
(360) 318-7720
sarah@bellewoodfarms.com


   
 

Run with the Chums of Terrell Creek

Saturday, September 7, 2013
9:30am – 1k smolt sprint for kids
10 am – 5k fun run/walk for all ages

Whatcom Wildlife area, Cross of Lake Terrell Road & Douglas Road

www.chumsofterrellcreek.org

Run with the Chums is a 5k fun run/walk open to all Whatcom County residents who want to learn about the Terrell Creek Watershed and recent restoration project.  The day will be filled with fun physical activity, guest speakers, education, food and prizes.  No registration fee required and every participant will get a free event t-shirt!

Brandi Widenmeyer
(360) 354-2035
bwidenmeyer@whatcomcd.org


   
 

Skookum Hatchery Tours and Salmon BBQ

Saturday, September 7, 2013
10am - 2pm

6498 Saxon Road
Acme, WA 98220

Enjoy a unique opportunity to tour the Skookum Chinook Salmon Hatchery. Learn about hatchery operations, local salmon recovery efforts, and finish the event with a delicious salmon lunch.

Alan Chapman
alanc@lummi-nsn.gov


   
 

Animal Feeding

Saturday, September 7, 14 & 21, 2013
3:30 - 5pm

Marine Life Center
1801 Roeder Ave.
Bellingham, WA 98225

Anyone is welcome to come down and watch the animals be fed their daily meal!  We talk about how a sea star eats its favorite prey: mussels and clams and how the octopus hunts crab using its camouflage and beak!

Casey Cook
(360) 510-6749
marinelifecenter@yahoo.com


 

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Noisy Waters: A Nooksack River Walk

Sunday, September 8, 15, 22, 2013
10am

Horseshoe Bend Trailhead
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Nat’l Forest

http://www.n-sea.org/educational-programs-1/nooksack-river-stewards

Sunday mornings go for a walk up the Horseshore Bend Trail and discover the vast aquatic mysteries of rivers and riparian zones.  Learn about native plants, test the water quality and even identify aquatic insects in the North Fork.  All River Stewards events are family-friendly, FREE and no registration required.

For more information contact, Annitra Ferderer at (360) 715-0283, x105 


 

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None currently specific to this date, events being added weekly.

Be sure to check Multi-Day events. and Monday through Friday events.

 

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Whatcom Clean Water Program Community Meeting & Open House

Tuesday, September 10, 2013
6 - 8pm

Community Meeting Room – Station 71 in Lynden
307 19th Street
Lynden, WA

http://www.ecy.wa.gov/water/WhatcomCleanWater.html

The Whatcom Clean Water Program began spring 2013 to identify and correct sources of fecal coliform bacteria polluting local waterways.  The meeting offers the opportunity to view and discuss water quality data, talk about pollution sources and associated risks and learn about resources available to correct identified problems.  Anyone interested in Whatcom County’s water quality is invited to participate.  Residents within Bertrand Creek Watershed will receive personal invitations to the meeting.

Andrea Hood
(360) 715-5234
andrea.hood@doh.wa.gov


 

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Nooksack Wild and Scenic Movie and Mixer

Wednesday, September 11
7-8:30pm

Backcountry Essentials, Bellingham

The Nooksack Wild and Scenic Movie and Mixer will be a fun filled evening in which short films about rivers and paddling will be shown. There will be a short presentation about the importance of protecting the spectacular Nooksack River and how the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act can provide these important protections. Light refreshments will be served.

Anyone interested in learning about the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act and Nooksack River protection efforts are invited to attend.

wmcdermott@americanrivers.org

 


 

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Taylor Shellfish Farms Tour and Tasting

Thursday, September 12, 2013
5:30-7:30pm

Taylor Shellfish Farms
2182 Chuckanut Drive
Bow, WA 98232

www.taylorshellfishfarms.com

Taylor Shellfish Farms tour and tasting! Forget wine tasting! Come down to Taylor Shellfish Farms, a hidden gem off of Chuckanut Drive, to learn about shellfish farming. After the tour of the farm you will learn how to cook these delicious bivalves and get to sample them. Tour is free. All ages welcome.

Contact: Nicole Hopper, Nicoleh@taylorshellfish.com, (360) 701-7637

 


   
 

Rain Harvesting System Installation

Thursday, September 12, 2013
5:30-7pm

Bobbibrook Farm - Contact us for directions.

http://commonthreadsfarm.org

Come assist and/or watch installation of two food-grade tanks that will be converted into a 500-gallon rainwater harvesting system for the Common Threads Farm after-school and summer programs at Bobbibrook Farm. The collected rainwater will be used for irrigation of the vegetable gardens, provide water for the farm animals, and pumped to the uses with both a solar and kid-powered stationary bicycle pump.

Anyone interested in any of these subjects is invited to participate!

Contact: Anitra Accetturo, waterconservation@cob.org, (360) 778-7732


   
 

AHA! Underwater Watercolors

Thursday, September 12, 2013
6 - 7:30pm

Whatcom Lightcatcher Museum
250 Flora Street
Bellingham, WA 98225

www.whatcommuseum.org

It’s Water Week so visit the Museum for an after work splash! Christian Anne Smith shares her oceanic surrealism and helps you explore your own imaginative water realm.  Draw a playful ocean critter or scene, then wet a brush and give it a watercolor wash.  Admission free.


   
 

Lighthouse Point Water Reclamation Facility Tour

Thursday, September 12, 2013
Noon - 3pm

100 Marine Drive
Blaine, WA

www.whatcommuseum.org

Visit the “nearly new” Lighthouse Water Reclamation Facility and learn how wastewater is treated.  Art and exhibits demonstrate the importance of water and illustrate the high quality of treated effluent and how it is used.

Emily Resch
emily@bbwsd.com


   
 

Stewards of Drayton Harbor Education Cruise

Thursday, September 12, 2013
10am - Noon

Gate 2, Blaine Harbor Marina
Blaine, WA

Aboard the historic ferry, Plover, passengers will travel the waters of Drayton Harbor taking water samples and learning to analyze them for dissolved oxygen, pH and salinity.  Plankton trawls will be taken to explore the critters of Drayton Harbor that make it such a bountiful place.  A field station will be set up at the Semiahmoo Yacht Club float to explore the “catch” from the trawl net with microscopes and magnifying glasses.

SPACE IS LIMITED and RSVPs are required.  Please contact Captain Richard Sturgill at (360) 332-5742 to reserve your spot.  All ages welcome.

Captain Richard Sturgill
(360) 332-5742
Rcs3-dhm@comcast.net


   

 

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Your "Water, Food and You" Connection!

Friday, September 13, 2013
3-6pm

Haggen Barkley Location, 2900 Woburn, Bellingham

It's Whatcom Water Weeks!  Discover your  "Water, Food, and You"  connection at Haggen Northwest Fresh. Sample food made with local produce, talk with local ag experts about water and food, and meet Wayne Drop.

Boxx Berry Farms will be here with their beautiful "Box Bouquets", we will be tasting Mount Baker Wines and making Caprese Salad with fresh McPhail Farms tomatoes and Haggen fresh mozzarella!

Contact: Judy Davis, Discovery Bay Manager, Haggen Northwest Fresh, judavis@haggen.com


 

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Whatcom County Farm Tour

Saturday, September 14, 2013
10am-5pm

10-12 locations around Whatcom County

www.sconnect.org/foodfarming

Contact: Sara Southerland, sara@sconnect.org, (360) 647-7093


   
 

Camp Fire Talks

Saturday, September 7, 14, 21, 2013
6pm

Douglas Fir Campground
Highway 542
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Nat’l Forest

http://www.n-sea.org/educational-programs-1/nooksack-river-stewards

Join the River Stewards on Saturday evenings to learn about salmon and stream ecology in the Nooksack River while snacking on smoked salmon, cream cheese and crackers around the campfire at the Douglas Fir Campground.

Annitra Ferderer
(360) 715-0283, x105
aferderer@n-sea.org


   
 

Water's Great Journey

Saturday, September 14, 2013
11am - 4pm

Whatcom Lightcatcher Museum
250 Flora Street
Bellingham, WA 98225

www.whatcommuseum.org

http://www.whatcommuseum.org/events/icalrepeat.detail/2013/09/14/7547/-/family-activity-day-water-s-great-journey

Celebrate one of our most precious resources – water – with a special day of discovery and fun.  Families can explore the FIGs watersheds using our interactive watershed models or create water-cycle based art in the studio.  Check out the ‘muddy water’ experiment at 12:30 and 2pm.  Explore the oceanic realm through imaginative drawing and watercolor painting with artist Christian Anne Smith!  Find out more about the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association while you’re here too.  $3 admission/museum members free.

Chris Brewer


   
 

Lummi Bay Shellfish and Salmon Hatchery Open House

Saturday, September 14, 2013 - Cancelled

Lummi Bay Shellfish and Salmon Hatchery Open House has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.  We apologize for any inconvenience.


   
 

Animal Feeding

Saturday, September 7, 14 & 21, 2013
3:30 - 5pm

Marine Life Center
1801 Roeder Ave.
Bellingham, WA 98225

Anyone is welcome to come down and watch the animals be fed their daily meal!  We talk about how a sea star eats its favorite prey: mussels and clams and how the octopus hunts crab using its camouflage and beak!

Casey Cook
(360) 510-6749
marinelifecenter@yahoo.com


   
 

Little Squalicum Creek Restoration Work Party

Saturday, September 14, 2013
9am - Noon

Meet at lower parking lot at Bellingham Technical College

Bring your kids and joni us for a few hours of weed pulling!  We’ll remove invasive weeds, mulch new seedlings, meet new friends and have fun.  This work is needed to ensure that the creek and its wetlands continue to provide high water quality and habitat.  Dress for weather conditions and we’ll provide tools, gloves and snacks.  Please bring your own water bottle.

Wendy Steffensen
(360) 733-8307

wendys@re-sources.org

   
 

South Fork River Clean-up

Saturday, September 14, 2013
8:30am - 3pm

Location info provided after registration

Prepare to get dirty and work hard on this event because there’s a lot of trash out there.  Low water levels are expected, most volunteers will be asked to walk one to two miles along the river to pick up trash.  We’ll divide up into small groups and get it done.  Canoes will be used to move the trash to the pickup locations.  Our favorite folks at RDS will pick up the trash!  Afterwards we’ll party down at Everybody’s Store. 

This event requires advance registration.  To find out the details or register, contact Dylan Reese at Yeager’s Sporting Goods at yeagerskishop@hotmail.com or (360) 733-1080.

Dylan Rees
(360) 733-1080

leef@re-sources.org

   
 

Garden of the Salish Sea Curriculum & Drayton Harbor Community Oyster Farm Morning Tour

Saturday, September 14, 2013
8:30am – 11am (Info & Activities)
7:30am (Boat Tour)

Information & Activities at Blaine Harbor Boaters Center
Low tide boat tour meet at Gate 3 at 7:30am

www.restorationfund.org/projects/csf/draytonharbor

Shellfish education with kids activities and early morning boat tour of the Drayton Harbor Community Oyster Farm.  Enjoy the early morning low tide on the oyster beds.  See the only commercial shellfish operation in Whatcom County up close and learn about water quality restoration of Drayton Harbor. 

RSVP at draytoncsa@comcast.net.  Boat Tour donations appreciated, coffee and muffins served.

Julie Hirsch
(360) 758-4046
hirschserv@gmail.com

 


   
 

Community Garden Tour

Saturday, September 14, 2013
11am – 2pm

WSU Community First Garden tours start at 11am from the Bellingham Farmers Market Master Gardener booth.

Tours are self guided find maps and more info at: www.whatcom.wsu

Or Ride Your BIKE!! September 14th Community Garden Bike Ride part of the summer rides series at Everybody BIKE Community Garden Ride 2 rides to chose from:

Short & Sweet:

Visit three Community Gardens in the north area of Bellingham. We'll also stop at Mallard Ice Cream's new Cordata location for samples of ice cream made with local ingredients. Under 5 miles. Meet at 11am at Faith Lutheran Church (2750 McLeod Street, Bellingham)

Scenic:

Bike to six different Community Gardens, starting from the York Neighborhood Farm to WWU's Outback Farm, Happy Valley, and more. This 10 mile ride includes hills – fueled be tasty treats at each garden. Meet at 11am at the Farmers Market (1100 Railroad Ave, Bellingham), near the goat cart statue.

http://whatcom.wsu.edu/ch/

Beth Chisholm
(360) 676-6736, x12
beth.chisholm@wsu.edu

 


 

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Noisy Waters: A Nooksack River Walk

Sunday, September 8, 15, 22, 2013
10am

Horseshoe Bend Trailhead
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Nat’l Forest

http://www.n-sea.org/educational-programs-1/nooksack-river-stewards

Sunday mornings go for a walk up the Horseshore Bend Trail and discover the vast aquatic mysteries of rivers and riparian zones.  Learn about native plants, test the water quality and even identify aquatic insects in the North Fork.  All River Stewards events are family-friendly, FREE and no registration required.

For more information contact, Annitra Ferderer at (360) 715-0283, x105 


   
 

Locust Beach Clean-up

Sunday, September 15, 2013
11am - 1pm

Locust Beach

Volunteers can team up with Surfrider to pick up trash along Bellingham Bay.  We will fan out from Locust Beach, aka Whirlwind Beach, and tally what we find to submit to the International Coastal Clean-up event.  This is also a chance to explore 13 acres of newly acquired public tidelands.

Eleanor Hines
P.O. Box 2973
Bellingham, WA 98227
United States
(215) 287-0043
nws@surfrider.org


   
 

Bay to Belly

Sunday, September 15, 2013
11am - 6pm

Squalicum Boathouse

Event Poster (pdf)

Cooking Demonstrations and Sampling
12:30 and 2:30 with Michael Baldwin
Chef Instructor, Culinary Arts Dept-BTC

Mini Landscape Workshops
11:20 Garden with a Purpose: Clean Water
11:40 Cultivate a Water Wise Landscape
Sue Taylor, WSU Extension

Kid’s Art Booth
11:30-3:30 with Lucia Burgess and Gabriel Miles
LuciaArts and Gabriel’s Art Kids

Guided Fishing Fleet Dock Walk
1:30 and 3:30 with Pete Granger
Washington Sea Grant

Clean Boater Outreach Talk
2:00 with Aaron Barnett
Clean Vessel Act Campaign Program, Washington Sea Grant

Displays, Activities


 

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Family Story Time

Monday, September 16, 2013
10:30am-11am

Everson Library
104 Kirsch Drive
Everson, WA 98247

http://wcls.org/Everson-Branch-News/

Children, ages 2-7 and their parents are invited to attend a fun-filled water-themed story and activity time.  Join us for a half-hour of fun songs and stories.

Evie Hartman
(360) 305-3600
Evie.hartman@wcls.org


 

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Family Story Time

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
10:30am-11am

North Fork Library
7506 Kendall Road
Maple Falls, WA 98266

http://wcls.org/North-Fork-Branch-News/

Children, ages 2-7 and their parents are invited to attend a fun-filled water-themed story and activity time.  Join us for a half-hour of fun songs and stories.

Evie Hartman
(360) 305-3600
Evie.hartman@wcls.org


   
 

Family Story Time

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
10:30am-11am

Blaine Public Library

Children, ages 2-7 and their parents are invited to attend a fun-filled water-themed story and activity time.  Join us for a half-hour of fun songs and stories.

Debbie Farmer
Debby.Farmer@WCLS.org


   
 

Gardening Green: Sustainable Landscaping

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
9am
(8 sessions)

Bellingham Public Works
2221 Pacific Street
Bellingham, WA 98225

Free class for Whatcom County residents. The class provides practical information and simple but powerful actions to protect human and environment health. This approach to gardening builds a foundation of healthy soil, organizes the garden to reduce on-going maintenance and focuses on selecting plants that are adapted to our area. Learn about good gardening practices you can put in place that will give you that beautiful landscape and the peace of mind knowing that your gardens are safe for your family and pets. Each class session includes presentations, demonstrations and landscape tours. Participants will have hands-one experiences doing a site analysis, incorporating native plants in the landscape, and creating landscape plans. Each participant will develop their own landscape plan that works with nature for a beautiful low-maintenance landscape. Registration required.

Sue Taylor
(360) 671-3891
SI-taylor@comcast.net


 

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Tour of new hatchery building - Perry Center for Fisheries & Aquaculture Sciences & Whatcom Creek Hatchery

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Noon-4pm

Whatcom Creek Hatchery - 1600 C Street, Bellingham, WA 98225

http://fisheries.btc.ctc.edu

Open to anyone who would like to see the new hatchery, building and hatchery ponds. Pink salmon will be returning and can be seen in the adult ponds.

Contact: esteele@btc.ctc.edu, (360) 391-9799

 

 


 

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Eat Local Celebration

Thursday, September 19, 2013
6-8:30pm

Downtown Community Food Co-op
1220 N. Forest Street

Bellingham, WA 98225

http://www.communityfood.coop

Delicious all-local dinner and salad special, educational information from The Drayton Harbor Community Oyster Farm, and live local music and entertainment. Register at Downtown Co-op. Usual price.

Contact: Karl Meyer, karlm@communityfood.coop, (360) 734-8158


   
 

Locavore 101 with Nancy Ging

Thursday, September 19, 2013
6:30-8:30pm

Community Food Co-op Cordata Store
315 Westerly Road
Bellingham, WA 98225

http://www.communityfood.coop

What is a locavore? Why might you want to be one? Nancy Ging, Whatcom Locavore blogger and columnist, will share her experience of eating only food grown locally in Whatcom County. Samples of a delicious seasonal locavore dish will be served.

Cordata Co-op * register at Co-op * free event

Contact: Karl Meyer, karlm@communityfood.coop, (360) 734-8158


 

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The Poetry of Water

Friday, September 20, 2013
7pm

Deming Library
5044 Mt. Baker Highway
Deming, Wa 98244

http://www.wcls.org

Join us for an intimate evening of poetry at the picturesque Deming Library. Local poets will read well know and original work celebrating water. Refreshments will be served.

Contact: Katrina Carabba, katrina.carabba@wcls.org, (360) 305-3600


 

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Bellingham Traverse

Saturday, September 21, 2013
Noon Start

Start at Bellingham Farmers Market
1100 Railroad Avenue, Bellingham

http://www.recreationnorthwest.org/bellingham-traverse/

The Bellingham Traverse is an endurance multi-sponsor challenge that celebrates the life journey of salmon.  Soloists, tandem and relay teams compete for survival on the course that demonstrates the urban and natural challenges that salmon face in their journey. The course begins and ends at the Bellingham Farmers Market.  You can watch the race or put together your own team to raise funds and win prizes.


   
 

Camp Fire Talks

Saturday, September 7, 14, 21, 2013
6pm

Douglas Fir Campground
Highway 542
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Nat’l Forest

http://www.n-sea.org/educational-programs-1/nooksack-river-stewards

Join the River Stewards on Saturday evenings to learn about salmon and stream ecology in the Nooksack River while snacking on smoked salmon, cream cheese and crackers around the campfire at the Douglas Fir Campground.

Annitra Ferderer
(360) 715-0283, x105
aferderer@n-sea.org


   
 

Whatcom Skillshare Faire

September 21 - 22, 2013
Saturday 10am – 11pm
Sunday 10am – 6pm

Hovander Homestead Park
Ferndale, WA

For more information visit: http://whatcomskillsharefaire.org

Come participate in the 2nd annual Whatcom Skillshare Faire – a fun festival about teaching and learning all kinds of useful, handy and practical skills.  You will have the opportunity to take classes on composting, water barrel construction and drip irrigation among many other valuable skill lessons.  Admission is TBD.


   
 

Ladies Night Out, Full Moon Walk

Saturday, September 21, 2013
6:30 - 8pm

There's something very special about exploring nature at night, especially with a pack of wild ladies! These programs are co-created by the women who attend, and every month we meet has a distinctive flavor and intent. September's Moon of the Harvest will find us reflecting on our place in the watershed as we enjoy the full moon shining on Lake Whatcom.

Please email wildwhatcomwalks@gmail.com to register.


   
 

Animal Feeding

Saturday, September 7, 14 & 21, 2013
3:30 - 5pm

Marine Life Center
1801 Roeder Ave.
Bellingham, WA 98225

Anyone is welcome to come down and watch the animals be fed their daily meal!  We talk about how a sea star eats its favorite prey: mussels and clams and how the octopus hunts crab using its camouflage and beak!

Casey Cook
(360) 510-6749
marinelifecenter@yahoo.com


 

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Noisy Waters: A Nooksack River Walk

Sunday, September 8, 15, 22, 2013
10am

Horseshoe Bend Trailhead
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Nat’l Forest

http://www.n-sea.org/educational-programs-1/nooksack-river-stewards

Sunday mornings go for a walk up the Horseshore Bend Trail and discover the vast aquatic mysteries of rivers and riparian zones.  Learn about native plants, test the water quality and even identify aquatic insects in the North Fork.  All River Stewards events are family-friendly, FREE and no registration required.

For more information contact, Annitra Ferderer at (360) 715-0283, x105 


   
 

Whatcom Skillshare Faire

September 21 - 22, 2013
Saturday 10am – 11pm
Sunday 10am – 6pm

Hovander Homestead Park
Ferndale, WA

For more information visit: http://whatcomskillsharefaire.org

Come participate in the 2nd annual Whatcom Skillshare Faire – a fun festival about teaching and learning all kinds of useful, handy and practical skills.  You will have the opportunity to take classes on composting, water barrel construction and drip irrigation among many other valuable skill lessons.  Admission is TBD.


   
 

Chuckanut Bay Brewery Tour

Sunday, September 22, 2013
Noon

Chuckanut Bay Brewery
601 W. Holly Street
Bellingham, WA 98225

http://chuckanutbreweryandkitchen.com

Come take a brewery tour and learn how beer is made at Chuckanut Bay Brewery!  Cost is $5 and includes tastes of the beers on tap.  Must be 21 to participate.

Mari Kemper
(360) 752-3377
info@chuckanutbreweryandkitchen.com


   
 

Water as our Lifeline, and as our Medicine

Sunday, September 22, 2013
9:15-10:20 am

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship
1207 Ellsworth Street, Bellingham in Conference Room

Shasta Cano-Martin, Director of the Lummi Cedar Project will discuss the Canoe Journey, and how the importance of water ties back to values and traditions of the Coast Salish people—and in particular, Lummi Nation. Lummi Cedar Project mentored 36 participants in this year's journey to Quinault Nation. Short video clips of Canoe Journey, and highlights of the Native Youth Leadership Program through the Lummi CEDAR Project will be shown.

Deb Cruz
dwcruz@comcast.net


 

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Village Books Book Display

September 7-22, 2013

Village Books
1200 11th St.
Bellingham, WA 98225

http://villagebooks.com

On-going book display exploring “Water, Food and You!”

Sam Kaas
(360) 671-2626


   
 

Reader Board Tips

September 7-22, 2013

Lake Whatcom Water and Sewer District

Make your commute on Lakeway Drive a little more interesting.  Be sure to check out the daily water and food trivia posted on the Lake Whatcom Water and Sewer District reader board.

Patrick Sorenson
(360) 734-9224


   
 

The Salmon People - Lummi Children's Artwork

All September

Bellingham Public Library
210 Central Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225

Stop by the downtown Bellingham Public Library to see artwork created by Lummi Children.  The display is located on the main floor just inside the front doors.


 

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None currently specific to this date, events being added weekly.

Be sure to check Multi-Day events. and Monday through Friday events.

 


 

 

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