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Janet Lopez (she/her) is a city life reporter for The Front. She is majoring in marketing with a concentration in public relations. Her work is focused on lifestyle, upcoming events and sharing fun little stories about Bellingham that you might not have known otherwise.
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Thanks to partnerships with local museums, the Bellingham Public library can get you access to more than just booksBy Janet Lopez | March 14
If you’re looking for fun, interactive plans for your next outing that won’t bite your budget, you’re in luck. The Bellingham Public Library is offering free general admission passes to three of the city’s family-friendly museums.
Bellingham’s 14 local breweries put a vast amount of effort into their craft beer selections, showing locals that it’s more than just a drink that gives you a buzz. The city is perceived as a “beer drinker’s paradise,” with just a handful of wineries – but what makes these breweries appear more popular?
One of Bellingham’s most anticipated Valentine’s Day events is coming up, and locals from all dietary lifestyles are invited. Bellingham Veg Fest’s annual Valentine Vegan Bake Sale will take place Saturday, Feb. 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at V GO’s Bellingham. There will be a variety of vegan-friendly treats for visitors to purchase in support of Ahimsa Microsanctuary.
With 2023 in full swing, people from all different walks of life have begun their new year with resolutions to improve their physical and mental health. But when “gymtimidation” comes into the mix, it can become a barrier to meeting both of those goals.