E. Park Tomorrow; Clyde Ford at Noon; Forum Tonight; Chalk Lawn-certs; More; Song: Rock Me Roll Me

CONTENTS 6/23/2020
Elizabeth Park Concert Tomorrow!
Clyde Ford at Noon
Racial Justice Forum Tonight
Chalk Lawn-Certs
Wheelchair Ramp?
Wheelchair Warehouse
Radio Free Fl!p: Rock Me Roll Me

ELIZABETH PARK CONCERT TOMORROW!

Thursday June 25th @ 6pm

CraigO’s Planet Groove 

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=688221251755000

A blend of Grateful Dead-centric tunes, New Orleans Funk, and Originals. We’ll bring our groove so that you can groove.
Craig Ostom: Guitar, Vocals, & Orginals
Jd Sinclair: Bass & Vocals
Rick Haykin: Keys, Sax, & Vocals
Thom Dykas: Drums & Vocals
You won’t need to have Facebook to watch it there. If you do have a Facebook account, think about hosting your own “watch party.”

https://www.facebook.com/ElizabethParkSummerConcerts/

Or, you can listen to the livestream broadcast on KMRE-FM 102.3, every Thursday 6 – 8 PM from June 18 until August 20.

https://www.kmre.org/listen/

CLYDE FORD @ CITY CLUB

Noon Today! Technology & Social Justice During A Pandemic. I hope I can get this Update out in time for you to zoom in. Clyde is thoughtful and brilliant.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84840628329?pwd=SGxQQllGbmJTamdPa0kzaDBJdVlaUT09

RACIAL JUSTICE FORUM

This Evening! Wednesday, June 24, 7 – 9 PM over Zoom.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89368508587#success

Hosted by the Bellingham Friends Meeting.
Look who is on the panel!

  • • County Executive Satpal Sidhu;
  • • Rosalinda Guillén of Community to Community;
  • • Bellingham Deputy Police Chief Flo Simon;
  • • Shirley Williams of White Swan Environmental and the Lummi Nation;
  • • Black entrepreneur Jonathan Randolph of Bellingham.

LOTS OF CHALK

Really, come get free chalk! Call when you’re ready to come.
Fl!p Breskin
2518 Cherry Street
360-671-4511

CHALK LAWN-CERTS

We’re getting a lot of music sign-ups as part of the Chalk Festival! I’m so excited. I’m trying to collect descriptions of each group’s music, and will run it as a feature. If you plan to linger at one, be sure to mask up, maintain social distance (think 8 feet, not 6 please), and bring your own chair if you want one. There will be some amazing music!

WHEELCHAIR RAMP?

We are looking for someone to give us a bid for a wheelchair accessible ramp, railing off the front porch and a section of fence.  Contact us at 360-734-7403 or 360-223-0231.
Elaine and Mike Wood
Lynn St 

WHEELCHAIR WAREHOUSE

[It occurred to me to go check and see if the Lion’s Club Al Bode Wheelchair Warehouse was open during the pandemic. Most of the volunteers there are pretty well along in years. Amazingly, they are! Please support them, and please wear your masks if you need to go there!]

Our Wheelchair Warehouse will be open from 9 to 11:30 on Mondays and Thursdays.  Appointments are no longer required.  Please wait at the door to be invited in as we are limiting the number of clients we will allow into our service space to 2 parties. We ask that you respect our good health by wearing a mask when entering our facility. If you don’t have a mask we will be happy to provide one.  If you are returning or donating equipment, please deposit it in the area outside and to the right of the warehouse entry door. You do NOT need to wait in line. We appreciate your patience.  Our Warehouse is located at 4141 Maplewood Ave.  Phone number: 360-752-5526. A gentle reminder that your donations support our efforts to support you. https://www.bellinghamcentrallions.org/al-boe-wheelchair-warehouse/

RADIO FREE FL!P:  ROCK ME ROLL ME

Si Kahn. Still thinking about Laura’s new granddaughter…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyUXhILiVgo

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

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