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Getting a bead on beading

Jansen Art Center mainstay Liz Cunningham crafts bead jewelry By Brent Lindquist [email protected] LYNDEN — For Sandy Point artist Liz Cunningham, math and art go hand-in-hand. ...

‘Proof’ hits home with director

Lynden Performing Arts Guild to perform story that deals with mental illness By Bill Helm [email protected] LYNDEN — Teri Grimes knows what it’s like to deal with mental illness. ...

Discovery through poetry

New state poet laureate is Rena Priest, Lummi Nation member By Brent Lindquist [email protected]   BELLINGHAM — Rena Priest found poetry at a young age, with the help of ...

‘My Anxious Life’ arises from one person’s reality

Kayla Day signs copies of her book March 13   WHATCOM ­— Kayla Day is a 28-year-old author living in Bellingham. She enjoys going out for coffee and hanging out with friends ...

Bellingham Children’s Film Festival set for March 6-8

Event includes all-Spanish language program, environmental shorts, and more BELLINGHAM — The Pickford Film Center presents the Bellingham Children’s Film Festival, taking place ...

Tie-Dye Your T-Shirt event at Star Park

The annual Tie-Dye Your T-shirt event, part of the City of Ferndale’s 2019 ‘Summer of Fun,’ took place at Star Park on Saturday. Despite the rain, tie-dyers came out in the dozens ...

Tournaments on Chess Day Oct. 12 in Lynden

  LYNDEN ­— National Chess Day on Oct. 12 will be the occasion for a pair of chess tournaments.   The adult one, open to 30 individuals who are members of the U.S. Chess ...

Calendar – Week of Aug. 7, 2019

Ongoing Noon music The Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St., Lynden, hosts free live noon-hour entertainment on Wednesdays in the Piano Lounge. It’s Emily Bailey (violin) and Bethany ...

Literacy breakfast coming up

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom Literacy Council will host the annual Literacy Breakfast with Nancy Pearl Thursday, Nov. 7 from 7-9 a.m. at Bellingham Technical College’s Settlemyer Hall. ...

‘Skulls and Skins’ event returns to Tennant Lake

FERNDALE — The Friends of Tennant Lake and Hovander Park invite the public to join them for their annual “Skulls and Skins” event with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife ...