It’s time to get your clucks in a row for the second annual Fairhaven Chicken Festival, set to take place on June 17 at Fairhaven Village Green park. The festival, organized by the Fairhaven Association, aims to bring the community together to celebrate all things chicken-related while showcasing the town's agricultural heritage.
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On April 1, the City of Bellingham transferred parking enforcement duties from the Bellingham Police Department to the public works department in order to streamline operations and enhance efficiency in managing parking violations.
On May 13 at Hotel Leo’s Crystal Ballroom from 6 to 10 p.m., Kulshan Brewing Company and Lydia Place are joining forces to host a 90s-themed fun-filled fundraising night of beer and dancing at the fourth annual Beer Prom. All proceeds will go to Lydia Place, a local nonprofit agency that has been serving families with children experiencing houselessness in Whatcom County for more than 30 years.
In an effort to address the gender gap in the emergency medical services and fire departments, six agencies from around the county have come together to host the first Whatcom County Future Women in EMS & Fire Workshop on May 6 and 7. The workshop is designed to help remove barriers and encourage women to pursue careers in EMS and firefighting.
The Bellingham Public Library opened a new branch at Bellis Fair Mall on April 26, bringing more reading and learning opportunities for young readers on the north side of the city. The branch offers a wide variety of books in the children’s section as well as an Early Learning Center where weekly storytimes are run by children’s librarians and specialists.
The City of Bellingham is in the discovery phase of updating its Bicycle Master Plan, with the aim to increase safety and improve existing infrastructure to make cycling more accessible. City officials are researching existing policies and plans, analyzing the current bicycle network and seeking public input.
The Bellingham City Council voted 5-2 on April 10 to pass an ordinance criminalizing the use of controlled substances in public spaces, which is set to go into effect April 25.