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Day 96 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Little Shovels - 06/29/10 04:35 PM
Here’s a great little homegrown business, Little Shovels, “Tasty Popsicles made right here in downtown Bellingham.” Try there homemade popsicles in a variety of flavors like chocolate peanut butter, orange creamsicle, coconut, even green tea. They have a cart at both Saturday and Wednesday’s Farmer’s Markets and a shop downtown on Railroad Ave behind Bob’s Burger where they’re open Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 12-5 pm. If you are considering relocating to Bellingham or looking to sell or buy locally, check out my website about Bellingham Real Estate or feel free to contact me: Email Michael
Day 93 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Fairhaven Outdoor Cinema - 06/26/10 06:15 PM
Tonight is the opening night for the Fairhaven Outdoor Cinema at the Village Green in the Historic Fairhaven District of Bellingham. The show starts at 8:30 with Music by Marion Weston, the the first movie of the season is “Whip It”, a movie directed by Drew Barrymore about roller derby and a teenage girl. It is rated PG-13 and is a great family movie to start off the season. Fairhaven Outdoor Cinema will run for 10 weeks this summer. Bring a blanket or some folding chairs and meet your friends at the Village Green for outdoor movies on Saturday nights! This weekend is also the (2 comments)
Day 91 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Bellingham Bay History Cruise - 06/24/10 03:18 PM
Do you want to learn about the history of Bellingham. Bellingham BayHistory Cruise's are a fun and informative way for old timers and newcomers alike to learn about Bellingham's past and see the sites on the bay. The two hour and thirty minute sunset cruise takes place on board the 110-foot Puget Sound tour boat Island Caper and leaves from Squalicum Harbor near Downtown Bellingham at 6:00pm. The tour gives you a close-up view of parks, businesses, industry and neighborhoods from the water. Travels down waterways, past shipyards, historic points of interest, work, fishing and pleasure boats, freighters and tugboats that are all in the (1 comments)
Day 90 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Elizabeth Park Concert - 06/24/10 12:45 AM
Mark your calendar for the next 10 Thursdays, for the Elizabeth Park Concert Series from 6 – 8 p.m.The Evolution Trio starts off the series this week with “Middle Eastern and Afro-Cuban rhythms with Spanish and Latin-flavored acoustic guitar and post-modern hard rock bass” The band is made up of musicians David Weiss (guitar, vocals), Nathan Matson (percussion, vocals), and Chris Powell (bass, vocals). Food is available from local vendors in the park, picnicker’s are welcome, bring lawn chairs or blankets. The concerts are sponsored b If you are considering relocating to Bellingham or looking to sell or buy locally, check out my website (0 comments)
A Fairhaven Neighborhood Tour - 06/22/10 10:47 PM
Take a tour of one of Fairhaven's most popular neighborhoods, close to Marine Park and the Bellingham Cruise terminal.It's a neighborhood of mostly older craftsman style homes with lots of character, with a sprinkling of condos as well as some newer homes and additions. It's a nice short distance into the Historic District and also close to the dog park. Great for bicycles and close to the bay for kayakers. A quiet neighborhood with no major thoroughfare, and limited access through only a few streets. It's no wonder it's such a popular neighborhood 's. There are a few homes for sale (0 comments)
Day 89 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Take Dad Out - 06/20/10 02:45 PM
Yes it’s Father’s Day and lot’s of ways to enjoy it with your Dad. If Dad’s a sci-fi buff, take him to the Pickford to see the Creature from the Black Lagoon-In 3D! at noon. Dad a music lover, ”Stirred Not Shaken” is playing “swinging jazz and passionate vocals” at the Big Rock Garden Park Concert Series starting at 3:30. Take Dad out to walk the labyrinth at Project Labyrinth 5th annual Summer Solstice Event at Fairhaven Park Pavilion, from 1 – 6 pm. This event will take place at the permanent site in the upper pavilion in Fairhaven Park. Live music with Sage Waters and (1 comments)
Fairhaven 18th Summer Solstice Walk a’bout. Today is the longest Friday evening of the year a great time to take in some local art exhibits and art demonstrations in different mediums, in many galleries, shops and restaurants around Fairhaven! You’ll even get to meet some artists and have some refreshments as you celebrate the Solstice. Today is the longest Friday evening of the year a great time to take in some local art exhibits and art demonstrations in different mediums, in many galleries, shops and restaurants around Fairhaven! You’ll even get to meet some artists and have some refreshments as you celebrate (1 comments)
Day 85 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Dancing in the Park - 06/15/10 01:32 PM
Dancing in the Park at the Elizabeth Park gazebo, on the corner of Walnut and Madison Street from 7 – 9 pm. This is the first of a series of weekly dances sponsored by the Bellingham Scottish Country Dancers. This is a family event. If you want to try Scottish Country dancing, this is your chance, all dances will be taught and there will be easy dances for beginners. No partner is required. There is also a benifit concert and art show tonight, at The Amadeus Project to raise money for Rishi’s Gift Foundation, a foundation provideing gifts to children struggling with illness. The show (1 comments)
Day 84 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Vulcan Fire Show - 06/14/10 12:01 PM
There is a HOT show tonight just a little bit outside of town at The Lookout Arts Center. Some of the hottest fire performers from around the country will be there and they will be burning hot. According to Richard Hartnell a former Bellinghamster who is returning to perform in the show it will be one of: "Stunning technical mastery, expressive flow, inventive partner and troupe fire code that exists for fire performance. Most of tonights performers have quit their day jobs devote themselves to their art. Get out and watch these fire masters light up the night. The Lookout Arts Center is located at 246 Old Hwy (1 comments)
Day 83 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Birch Bay Postcard Photo Shoot & Hands Across the Border - 06/13/10 12:25 AM
Have you ever wanted to be on a postcard, Sunday is your chance. Get to the beach just north of CJ's Beach House at noon Sunday, June 13. The folks who show up will form the name "Birch Bay" on the beach and a picture will be taken from the air by photographer Lyle Jansma . The photo that results will be made into postcards, posters and glossy pictures. Proceeds from sales will benefit the Birch Bay Food Pantry and Horizon Park project.Another early event taking place Sunday in Blaine is the 87th annual Hands Across the Border Celebration at Peace Arch Park, (2 comments)
Day 81 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Deming Log Show - 06/11/10 09:14 PM
This weekend is the 48th annual Deming Log Show. In late 1962 a logger was seriously injured while working in the woods, here in Whatcom County and the first was set up to raise money for the injured logger. The Deming Logging Show has continued year after year, raising money to help loggers and their families. Get out to the Log show grounds this weekend and watch some of the loggers compete in some unique events like Axe Throwing, Pole Falling, Speed Climbing, Chain Saw Bucking, Log Rolling, Kids Tree Climbing, Ma & Pa Bucking, Tug O War and lots more.
If you are considering relocating to Bellingham or (1 comments)
Day 80 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Sign up for the Human Race - 06/10/10 05:04 PM
Join the Human Race and raising money for your favorite cause, while getting yourself some exercise and having some fun. It takes place Saturday, June 12 at Zuanich Point Park, starting at 8:30am. The Human Race is a 5K walk and 5K/10K run and the only local fundraising event where you can choose the non-profit that you want to pledge money to go. Last year the Human Race had 434 racers and raised more than $48,000 for 50 nonprofit organizations, which don’t have the resources to put on a fundraising event of their own. Only the first three men and women (2 comments)
Bellingham Real Estate Market Report for May, 2010 - 06/09/10 02:21 PM
The following is a quick analysis of the Residential Bellingham real estate market. Currently Active Listings: 615 Price range of active listings - $69,500 - $3,600,000 Average List Price $479,519 Days on the Market: 107 Median List Price: $370,000 Sold in May: 93 Average Sales Price: $322,776 Days on the Market: 138 Median Sales Price: $271,000 Pending Sales in May: 61 Average List Price: $325,263 Days on the Market: 101 Average Sales Price May, 2009: $303,529 Median Sales Price May, 2009: $275,000 Sold in May, 2009: 85 The Average Sales price is up 6.3% compared to May, 09. The Median Sales prices is down 1.5% compared May, 09. The number of sales is up 12 (1 comments)
Day 77 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Scottish Highland Games - 06/05/10 08:22 PM
This weekend it is time for the annual Scottish Highland Games at Hovander Homestead park in Ferndale. This is their 50th year in Whatcom County. This years events includes competition in piping, drumming, dancing, and athletics such as the caber toss where men in kilts toss huge wooden poles as far as they can, the sheaf toss, in which a pitchfork is used to hurl a 20-pound bale of hay over a high bar; and throwing the Scottish hammer, a 16-pound steel ball at the end of a cane handle. There will also be presenting Clan information, Fiddle & Harp performances, (1 comments)
Day 76 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Bellingham Bells Opener - 06/04/10 02:07 PM
The Bellingham Bells baseball club opens their season tonight at Joe Martin Field at 6:30PM. The Bellingham Bells are a professionally operated collegiate summer baseball team in the West Coast League. The Bells are hoping to win a league title this year with their strong line up, and their players are always hoping to impress those major league scouts so they can move up to the big time. Go see them now so you can say you saw them when they were playing with the Bellingham Bells. If you are considering relocating to Bellingham or looking to sell or buy locally, (1 comments)
Day 75 – 365 Things To Do In Bellingham, WA – Wednesday Market - 06/02/10 06:26 PM
The Bellingham Farmers Market is opening their Fairhaven version, the Wednesday Market on the Fairhaven Village Green, behind Village Books from 12 noon to 5pm. The market runs every Wednesday from June through September. A great place for lunch and seeing over 25 vendors selling everything from fresh produce to fine jewelry, colorful flowers and flags. There’s always lots of live entertainment. Come on down for a picnic on the green, get lunch or ingredients for dinner or see some friends.
If you are considering relocating to Bellingham or looking to sell or buy locally, check out my website about Bellingham (0 comments)
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