Elizabeth Park Concerts! Neighborhood Meeting, Email Problem Solved, Little Free Libraries, More

CONTENTS 5/16/2020
Elizabeth Park Concerts Online!
Columbia Neighborhood Quarterly Meeting
Email Problem Solved
Little Free Libraries
Online Film Festival Now
Song: For The Longest Time

Hooray!!!! Thanks to an incredibly committed community, the Summer of 2020 WILL include an Elizabeth Park Summer concert series thanks to the continued partnership of The Eldridge Historical Society and Bellingham Parks and Recreation! We won’t be able to meet as we have in the past, but we will all be able to safely and distantly socialize from our own homes.

Sadly, you all won’t be able to see each other in person, but that should not stop you from hosting your own “watch party” from the comfort of your own homes.

These concerts will be a mix of Live and pre-recorded, all live-streamed on the Elizabeth Park Concert Facebook page, as well as the Elizabeth Park YouTube Channel. You will NOT need to have either a Facebook or YouTube account to watch either concert feed. But make sure you can turn up your speakers!!

[I will send the roster and links as soon as I have them!]

Tuesday, May 19 7-8pm Online – Zoom Call

Our Neighborhood Quarterly Meeting will be focused on neighbors helping neighbors and beginning a discussion on moving forward towards a zero waste future.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/97412452295?pwd=RXU5a2ZPWnNRQUNPcGlzR25JbWNmdz09Meeting ID: 974 1245 2295
Password: 531288
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The problem was people who had asked to be subscribed to this list, whose subscription went somewhere in limbo. Noah just helped me figure out what was wrong and showed me how to fix it. So a whole bunch of you are likely to be seeing posts for the first time. You can always email me to subscribe or unsubscribe. And if you want to look back at prior posts, go to columbianeighborhood.org, where you can scroll back through time, or search for specific words. If you are subscribing, I would love your first & last names, email address, street address & phone. I NEVER share these, though I will send my own to you! But contact information will be very helpful as we figure out how to get organized for mutual aid as we go forward.

I would love everybody’s help telling me the locations of our neighborhood Little Free Libraries. It would be fun to put them on the neighborhood map. For that matter, is there anyone who might install the one that’s been waiting to go in here at our house? I’ve got one that needs a small concrete foundation created and the parts bolted together. I have boxes of great children’s books that I’d love to be able to make available. Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511 cell/text flip@columbianeighborhood.org

Online Now: May 14-17 so that anyone, anywhere can see this year’s official selections. Passes on sale now through the website!  For $19.95, you receive an all access pass to 30 films during the festival’s four days! Support the festival and its filmmakers. Buy your Online Festival pass now. It’s not too late.

Quarantine Edition: from the Phoenix Choir in Vancouver, BC, Canada!

Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511 cell/text flip@columbianeighborhood.org

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