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The fifth annual La Conner Daffodil Festival takes place March 1-31 at more than 450 acres in and around La Conner and the Skagit Valley. Check online, or drop by the La Conner Visitor Information Center for a daffodil bloom map. Daffodil-related events and a photo contest will take place through the month. lovelaconner.org
Dereck Matthew, chair of the Vancouver Avian Research Center, will join the North Cascades Audubon Society to discuss VARC’s objectives in providing data and research that help safeguard bird habitats and their long-term survival by providing scientifically defensible strategies for avian and ecosystem conservation at 7pm at Whatcom Museum’s Old City Hall, 121 Prospect St. Suggested donation is $5.
Hear hard-hitting, genuine old-time American string band music when the Foghorn Stringband performs at 7pm at the YWCA Ballroom, 1026 N. Forest St. With eight albums, thousands of shows and more than 15 years of touring under their belts, the quartet of master musicians won’t disappoint. Admission will be $20 at the door. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the YWCA, the only local nonprofit that provides housing for single homeless women.
Taste and learn, try wines you wouldn’t normally drink and maybe discover something new at an “8 for $10” monthly wine tasting happening from 5:30-7pm at Old World Deli, 1228 N. State St. Featured wines will be offering at a case discount, and tickets for tastes will be entered into a raffle—earning you a chance to win a bonus gift.
Be among the first to see 50 new nature photographs projected on the big screen at a Peter James 2019 Collection Release happening from 5pm-9pm at Peter James Photography Gallery, 1211 Mill Ave. The images feature a variety of mountain, nautical, waterfall and island photos, as well as a new category for lakes and a wildlife collection. There will be special pricing on metal prints ordered at the event, and appetizers and wine will be provided.
The Bellingham Roller Betties kick off their official roller derby season at 5pm at Whatcom Community College Pavilion, 241 W. Kellogg St. The first bout of the double-header will feature Team F.L.A.S.H. skating against the Aftershocks from Marysville. The second one will see the Cog Blockers go up against Tough Love. Entry is $5.50-$7 for kids 8-12, and $13-$15 for adults and teens (free for kids 7 and under).
Our flagship Saturday Market operates at Depot Market Square in downtown Bellingham from 10am to 3pm every Saturday from April through December. This vibrant Market is known for attracting large crowds to shop the 100 vendors that sell local produce and goods.
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