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From 10am-2:30pm Monday through Friday, visit Bellingham Technical College’s Morse Center for the inaugural Welding Fab Week. The week-long welding fabrication competition will see three- to five-member teams using scrap metal to create sculptures or creative fabrications inspired by the theme “Something for the Backyard Garden.” This student-focused event replaces the annual Welding Rodeo.







One of our local beer experts will lead you through a tasting of Stones Throw Beers, helping you discern the subtle notes of craft beer. You will receive 4 tasters from the taproom, and 1 taster from a brite tank in the brew house + 1 pint of beer. Tuesday from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm.



An inaugural Pi Day Pie Celebration happens from 3-5pm at the Lynden Library, 216 4th St. The free event will include a pie-eating contest, pie trivia game, pie history, and Best Home Baked Pie Contest. Sweet or savory pies must be homemade and include an ingredients list. Entry is open to all ages; please sign up for the contest in advance. 


Participating bars and restaurants will offer special happy hour menus as part of Downtown Bellingham Partnership’s “Happy Hour Thursdays” from 4-7pm Thursdays through March in the urban core. Each locale—including Bayou on Bay, Black Sheep, Camber, Casa Que Pasa, Cosmos, Grand Avenue Alehouse, Horseshoe Cafe, Hundred North, La Fiamma, the Local, Old World Deli, the Orion, the Racket, Redlight, Rook & Rogue, Uisce, and Vinostrology—will feature $6 craft cocktails, $5 wines, $4 beers and half off appetizers.

Through March, audience members can help decide what happens next at improvised showings of “Choose Your Own Adventure” at 8pm Fridays and Saturdays at the Upfront Theatre, 1208 Bay St. At 10pm, stick around for “Backyard Brawl,” which pits two teams of improvisers against on another in a “short form improv slugfest.” Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door.


Flat roads and beautiful scenery can be expected at the fourth annual Dandy Daffodil Tweed Ride starting at 10am in front of the La Conner Channel Lodge, 205 N. First St. From 10am-2pm, bicyclists wearing tweed or other fancy clothing can ride along the route, stop for a picnic lunch, take pictures of daffodils and much, much more. An after-party happens from 2-6pm at Hellam’s Vineyard, 109 N. First St. Contests for “most dapper chap,” “most snappy lass” and more will be part of the fun. Entry is $10.



The 25th season of the Bellingham Farmers Market

has ended. Winter markets take place from 10am-3pm monthly, next one on (Sat, Mar. 17) before the

market continues on a weekly basis in April.



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