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Are you a vendor that would like to have a booth space, someone that would like to participate in the race, a local looking for fun or a tourist checking out the Historic district? The festival is definetly an event you will want to get more information about.
Join us on May 30th, 2010 in Fairhaven for a fun filled day of activities, food, shopping, music and a great beer garden to mingle with friends and race enthusists.
bellingham real estate: Fairhaven Library Re-opens after Renovation - 02/02/10 10:14 PM
Fairhaven's beautiful 106 year old Library is open again after undergoing thorough renovations over the past year. The southside Library was donated by Andrew Carnegie in 1904 and has served the surrounding neighborhoods as a full service Library. Besides books you can also go to the Library for classes, meetings or gatherings in one of their reservable spaces in the attic or basement areas.
Library hours have been reduced to, Tuesday through Saturday from 2 to 6pm, due to budget cuts.
The Fairhaven district is very grateful to the Friends of the Fairhaven Library who have work tenaciously to raise funds to support the Library, (0 comments)
The Morgan Block Building was constructed in 1890, prior to the depression of 1893. This beautiful building has been amidst a tremendous amount of change in the district. In 1969 the building was purchased and turned into a community trust. Over the years this building has housed the Community Food Co-op, an alternative newspaper and currently is home to Artwood Gallery, Good Earth Pottery, plus the upper floors are used as studio space for artists. If you have been to (2 comments)
bellingham real estate: Halloween in Historic Fairhaven - 10/29/09 06:46 PM
Looking for a safe and easy place for the little ones to Trick or Treat? Look no more... The Historic Fairhaven District is known for it's fun & spooky environment for ghouls and goblins alike. No need for a map! Most business participate in the event, just look for the sign at the door way and the wonderful decorations that will draw you in. Many shopkeepers get into the event with their own costumes and meeting you at the door with treats. And of course, don't forget to stop by the Fairhaven Pharmacy for your free photo session. Gordy Tweit has been taking (1 comments)
bellingham real estate: A Northwest Weekend in Bellingham WA - 07/28/09 06:34 PM
The August issue of Sunset Magazine features Bellingham, WA as an excellent place to spend a day, weekend or lifetime. The excellent article walks you through an assortment of things to do featuring locally owned businesses that most locals would agree are great places to go. The Historic Fairhaven District, Quel Fromage, Boulevard Park, the Farmers Market, Mallards Ice Cream and the Little Cheerful Cafe to name a few.
Hiking, biking and boating are mentioned, among all the eating, as a few of the many outdoor activities you can enjoy which includes a sunset cruise on my friend, Captain Todd's catamaran the Gato Verde. (0 comments)
bellingham real estate: Pacific Trails Condominiums Bellingham - 05/06/09 08:44 PM
Centrally located in Bellingham on the Interurban trail, the Pacific Trails Condominiums are townhouse style units with 32 residential condominiums in a complex that was built in 1993. The trail takes you either to the upscale Barkley Village with the Haggens Grocery store, Starbucks, dining and other shops or directly into downtown Bellingham. It is a nice walk or bike ride in either direction.
This complex is a popular project because of the townhouse style with a single car garage, dead end street and location on the trail. Units are either 2 or 3 bedrooms with a gas fireplace, vaulted ceiling, dining area and patios (0 comments)
bellingham real estate: Mother's Day in Historic Fairhaven - 05/06/09 01:36 AM
Looking for something fun to do with mom. Head to Fairhaven for an afternoon of boutique and gallery shopping. Whether it be art, shoes, clothes, home furnishing, flowers, jewelry books or toys you are bound to find something fun in Fairhaven. While in the stores ask for the Fairhaven Shopping Guide, which is a directory for store information, maps, services and health care within the district. You can also get a walking tour map that will show you the streets, trails and stores.
For an additional treat, check out CreaTiviTea and paint your own pottery. There are hundreds of (0 comments)
bellingham real estate: Cliff House Condominiums - 05/04/09 05:07 PM
Perched above Boulevard on State Street the Cliff House Condominiums were built in 1977 and feature panoramic views of Bellingham Bay, Canadian Coastal Range and the city. There is nineteen residential units in this three story building with some units having private 2-car garages and others with carport style parking.
This complex is centrally located between Fairhaven and downtown Bellingham with the Cliff House Restaurant one block away. Western Washington University is just up the hill, where you can attend events at the Performing Arts Center or watch basketball at Carver Gym. The Bellingham Farmers Market is nearby as well as access (0 comments)
bellingham real estate: Lincoln Creek Condominiums - 05/03/09 12:19 PM
Centrally located in Bellingham the Lincoln Creek Condominiums is a three story building constructed in 2005 on a corner lot abutting a greenbelt, which features 33 residential condominiums in the secure building with an underground parking garage. The Lincoln Creek Condominiums is on a major bus line and very close to the Lakeway Fred Meyer shopping center, restaurants, banks and schools. Additionally the Arne Hanna Aquatic Center, Sportsplex (featuring ice skating & indoor soccer), Joe Martin Stadium and Civic Field are within a couple blocks of the complex.
Currently there are three units for sale in the Lincoln Creek Condominums; rangeing from $150,000 - $209,000. $154,900; 1 bedroom, (0 comments)
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