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NSEA's 7th annual trivia night will be held on Thursday March 30th at 6:00 PM at Boundary Bay (1107 Railroad Ave, Bellingham). Registration for the event will begin at 5:30. Please plan on arriving early as seats are limited, and you do not want to miss out! Teams can be up to five people with a $5 donation per person to play. Awesome prizes will be awarded to 1st - 3rd place teams.
Dance for people with PD
This dance class is specially designed for people living with Parkinsons disease, but caregivers and supporting family or friends are also welcome, as are individuals living with other movement or neurological disorders. Dance is a fundamental expression of human emotion. Rather than focusing on a particular style, this class will open and utilize participants individual movement abilities. The class emphasizes positive qualities of dance: joyfulness, mental activity that integrates physical and cognitive health, excellent full-body exercise, activity that utilizes the senses of vision, hearing, and touch, Inclusive so every person is acknowledged. No registration required. Just show up! Contact Pam with questions...360-510-4711 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WWU Great Puzzle Hunt
https://greatpuzzlehunt.com/ Be part of the fun at WWUs Second Annual WWU Great Puzzle Hunt, an outdoor adventure think scavenger hunt, but with puzzles to solve. Create a team of 4-6 players to participate in this fun, collaborative, brain-stretching event. The puzzles are hands-on, group oriented, and internet exploration is encouraged! It will be to your advantage to have teammates with knowledge of music, art, theatre, dance, humanities, social sciences, sciences, and mathematics. So think up a fun team name and pick friends with a variety of interests. Prizes will be awarded to top three teams in each division. Other prizes for teams that travel the greatest collective distance to the event, have the best team names, and more! The puzzle hunt is a great way to stretch your mental muscles, bond with your teammates, compete against teams of all ages and all walks of life, and have a lot of fun! See puzzles from last year posted on our website! Dont want to compete? Volunteers are needed!
NSEA Community Work Party at Landingstrip Creek
Help NSEA kick off our spring work party season with the Whatcom Land Trust! Improve salmon habitat along Landingstrip Creek by planting native vegetation. From Bellingham, head east on Mt. Baker HWY (SR 542) for about 15 miles. Turn right onto HWY 9 just outside of Deming and follow for about 7 miles. Turn right onto Turkington Road. Parking and shuttle located at Acme Elementary School. Look for the blue NSEA tents!
FACES Autism Auction and Diner
Families for Autism Care, Education and Support (FACES) is pleased to announce our 9th Annual Autism Auction & Benefit Dinner, April 1st starting 5:30 pm at the Bellingham Golf & Country Club. Proceeds from this event will go towards sustaining educational and recreational programs for children with autism. In 1997, FACES Northwest was formed by six families living with autism in response to a vital need for year round education and support for autistic children and their families. FACES Northwest has now grown to provide 25 children the only summer camp experience specifically for children with autism in Whatcom County. Our camp provides community involvement, independent living skills, academic enrichment and positive social relationships for autistic children and support for their families. Due to the intensive intervention and support provided at FACES, the cost for families can be challenging but the value is priceless. The cost of the program is about $5000 per student, with each requiring a one-on-one aide to participate in a summer school/camp. The auction is a major source of needed revenue. Beyond the FACES Summer Program, the organization provides emotional support, resource navigation, autism awareness events, and an Autism End of Summer Party, which serves all families in Whatcom County who have a child or children on the Autism Spectrum. With 1 in 68 children now on the autism spectrum, FACES Northwest's focus has never been more important than now. For Tickets and Info, please visit www.facesnorthwest.com
Electrify Your Spring Break at the Spark Museum
Hey Bellingham, come down to the Spark Museum to electrify your spring break. We'll pull out some of our fun demonstrations and have activities to explore sound, electricity, magnetism, and robotics. Spring Break Hours are 11 am - 5 pm, Wednesday-Friday, April 5, 6 & 7, with demonstrations scattered throughout each day. Admission is $5.00 for kids 11 and younger, and $8.00 ages 12 and up. (Regular programming with the MegaZapper Electrical Show resume on Saturday and Sunday.) Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult, with 1 adult for every 4 children.
MAKE.SHIFT APRIL ART WALK
For the First Friday Art Walk Make.Shift Gallery presents Capturing Community on the Road: Photography by Marilyn Montufar. Marilyn Montufar was born in Los Angeles, CA and received her B.F.A in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY. She currently teaches photography to urban youth and is a program assistant for a teen art studio in Seattle, WA. Her work explores the transitions inherent in gentrification and human relationships through a practice of portraiture and an exploration of the evolving urban and natural landscape. Capturing Community on the Road is an ongoing photo essay with an emphasis on sharing stories about individuals who are underrepresented in mainstream culture and the arts. The exhibit consists of photographs from 2016 when Montufar traveled and photographed in various cities in the U.S. and throughout the Mexican Border to Juarez, Mexico by car for two months. She photographed in the outskirts of major metropolitan cities, such as Compton in Los Angeles, California, to capture the lives and essences of underserved and underrepresented communities -like youth, women, and immigrants. This project was supported in part from a grant from Artists Up.
NSEA Community Work Party at Terrell Creek
Help NSEA and the Whatcom Conservation District (WCD) plant native trees and shrubs at this scenic restoration site owned by BP Cherry Point. WCD will provide hands-on activities for families with the Whatcom Explorer: Mobile Watershed. From Bellingham, head north on I-5 and take exit #266/Grandview. Go west for about 7 miles then take a right at the stop sign onto Jackson Road. Look for the NSEA signs and tents!
10th Annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration and Benefit
Celebrate the 10th annual Cinco de Mayo with a Mexican-themed fiesta offering a traditional dinner, terrific live and silent auction packages and interactive raffles and activities. All proceeds benefit the residents and support the programs at Sean Humphrey House.
Bellingham Pride All-Ages Dance
Bellingham Pride and Make.Shift Art Space present a night for anyone and everyone to celebrate their pride featuring music, dancing, activities and more.
Bellingham Pride Festival
Bellingham Pride hosts a day to celebrate love, acceptance, and pride in downtown Bellingham. Music, vendors, food, drag queens, family and friends are only part of what makes Pride so special. Check it out for yourself and celebrate your pride.