Haunted Trail On Kulshan Street; Buried Belling-History II; Free Science Set; More; Song: Joy Of Living

CONTENTS 10/22/2020
Haunted Trail On Kulshan Street
Buried Belling-History II
Free Stem Science Set
Seeking Red Croquet Mallet
Retiring Van
Radio Free Fl!p: Joy Of Living


COMING SOON! My friends and I have designed and decorated the first annual HAUNTED TRAIL! All Ages Welcome! Masks, Hand-Sanitizer, and Social Distancing will be Enforced. Join us Friday, October 30th & Saturday, October 31st from 6:30PM until 10PM on the 2700 Block of Kulshan Street (North End) – Happy Halloween! ~ Grayson Stone, 2730 Kulshan Street, 360-788-3730 GraysonStone31@gmail.com


A Virtual Tour of Bayview Cemetery
Wednesday, October 29, 2020 At 7 – 8 PM PDT

They added another date! Good thing because I told everyone else about it before I signed up myself, and then they were full. This time I signed up before posting! I just checked, and there are 24 spaces left (out of 100).

Kolby LaBree of the Good Time Girls Bellinghistory Tours will lead a virtual tour, highlighting some of the fascinating history of Bayview Cemetery, with filmed footage and historical photographs. Founded in 1887 when the town of Whatcom purchased a 10-acre plot along the road to Lake Whatcom, Bayview Cemetery is the only remaining cemetery in the town of Bellingham. We will explore how the cemetery has grown and highlight some of the history of its most interesting monuments. Question and answer session included! Event will be hosted via “Zoom” and last around an hour $10/person (half price of an in-person tour and you don’t have to leave your couch!) We appreciate your virtual love and support during these historic times!




I have an unused 4th-6th grade Scholastic STEM activity set that we ended up not needing for our family’s curriculum. I can porch drop in the neighborhood. Offering free to someone who would find it useful in this most “interesting” of school years.  Here is a link with more specifics:


Courtney Dunne, Utter Street, courtneyfdunne@gmail.com


My daughter would like to borrow a red croquet mallet from someone in the neighborhood to go with her Halloween costume. If you happen to have one and don’t mind parting with it for a few days, please email us at natashapeter13@gmail.com. We would need it by Wednesday, October 28th. Thank you! ~ Natasha Antonova, Henry Street


Our mechanic says it’s time for our old van to go to the junk yard. It still runs fine to get there under its own power. Any suggestions as to where we take it?  Fl!p 360-671-4511


Ewan MacColl. A giant of the folk music community. The song you probably have heard of which he wrote is The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, for a then-16-year-old Peggy Seeger (Pete Seeger’s younger sister). I got an email yesterday morning from Peggy: The bi-annual gathering to celebrate Ewan MacColl is still taking place this week at 12 midday on Thursday, October 22nd (the date of Ewan’s death), at the tree dedicated to his memory in Russell Square, London. There is a GoFundMe Campaign to raise money to install a bench next to the tree and we’re very nearly at the target. Read about it here: https://gf.me/u/y3huxa

This is an amazing farewell song, which Ewan wrote after he knew his time left with us was almost done.


Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511  2518 Cherry Street flip@columbianeighborhood.org

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