For many, summertime means relaxation, unwinding and finally having time to try a new hobby or two. If this sounds like you, consider joining Make.Shift Art Space’s screenprinting classes.
Aislinn Jones (she/her) is a city life reporter for The Front. She is a junior majoring in visual journalism with a concentration in art history, so her work often reflects her interest in art and/or music events. Outside of the newsroom, you can find her taking photos on her film camera or hammocking in the sun. You can reach her at email@example.com.
The month of April was spent celebrating the sandwiches of the Pacific Northwest in a lighthearted competition organized by the nonprofit Sustainable Connections. More than 1,000 locals voted all month as to which sandwich reigned supreme.
Western Washington University alumna and author Rebekah Anderson will host a read-aloud and book signing event at Village Books in the Fairhaven neighborhood of Bellingham on Thursday, May 25, from 6-7 p.m.
Every library in the Whatcom County Library System has at least one book club. But did you know that the Lynden Public Library has the most in the county, with three in-person book clubs and a countywide club held over Zoom for anyone to join?
Fishing in Whatcom County provides almost 2,000 jobs and millions in revenue, according to Choose Whatcom. But employment rates in the fishing industry are not nearly as high as they used to be.
The latest exhibit at the Whatcom Museum showcases one of Japan’s many textile-dyeing methods for the public to view until June 11. “Katazome Today: Migrations of a Japanese Art” features works from nine different artists across the world, including Japan, Germany, Australia and right here on the West Coast.