Escaped Greenhouse! Neighborhood Meeting Thursday; Homeless Help Needed; Youth Philanthropy Projects; Egg Run? More; Tune: Hellebore Rag

CONTENTS 11/17/2020
Escaped Greenhouse
Neighborhood Meeting Thursday
Homeless Help Needed
Youth Philanthropy Projects
Down-Sizing Weaving Supplies
Egg Run?
Rental House Available
Linda Allen Concert Thursday
Radio Free Fl!p: The Hellebore Rag


A small green greenhouse just blew past my house. It was put in our trailer on the corner of Williams and Washington streets. Come and claim it anytime. I’ll be home. ~ Rosalie Carlson

It was blowing down Williams St. A neighbor let me put it in her trailer on the corner of Washington and Williams. Can’t guarantee it will stay there long! ~ Darrah Blanton


Online – Zoom Call
Thursday, November 19 7-8:30pm…
Meeting ID: 851 7629 1732
Passcode: 888813


Winter is upon us yet again. During this time of the year it becomes more difficult for those of us who are having to live outside. Winter Outreach is in full swing, and we need your help. We need to make sure that people who are living outside in the cold have the supplies they need to survive the winter.

We Need:
Warm jackets
Sleeping bags
Granola bar/protein bars
Bottled water
Refillable bottles we can hand out
Large black trash bags
Small flash lights
AA batteries
Hygene Products
Emergency Blankets

If you have these items, please bring them down to Unity Village, located at 210 McKenzie Avenue. Bellingham WA 98225

If you’d like to instead donate money so we can buy these items, that can be done through:

If you’d like to volunteer for Winter Outreach, please sign up at:

From Doug

YOUTH PHILANTHROPY PROJECTS The Whatcom Community Foundation runs a Youth Philanthropy Project, bringing high schools students from all of Whatcom County together to participate in a three-month program focused on building leadership skills, expanding non-profit development skills, fostering interest in participation in non-profits in the future, building teamwork and growing student confidence.  Students in our neighborhood have participated and speak highly of the program.  Applications due December 1st.  Program begins in February 2021. ~ Laura Todd, Williams Street 360.224.0116 or


World Hello Day is the brainchild of two brothers back in 1973 and, although their web site is sparse, it certainly does get discussed online. You can read the Wikipedia article yourself, but I appreciate the basic idea. Under the current restrictions of COVID-19, of course we can’t greet strangers while walking down the street, but perhaps we all can recognize the day with a friendly greeting on our own chosen social media channels. More than ever, the need is great for simple, unadorned, day to day friendliness. ~ Greg Hope, Victor Street


Nilus Leclerc 4 harness floor loom
4 harness table loom, great for samplers and or scarves
A spinning wheel and a tapestry loom.
Please call Dorothy Defremery at (360) 856-1727 Prices very negotiable.


Can anyone pick me up four dozen eggs today? I want to make some hardboiled eggs for the homeless folks camped out at City Hall. Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511


We have a 3 bed/1 bath rental home in the Columbia neighborhood that will become available mid to late December. Home is two blocks from Columbia Elementary. It has washer/dryer, dishwasher, gas fireplace plus gas furnace, fully fenced yard, covered car port, and partial basement for storage. Our current tenant is moving out sometime in early December. If you know of anyone that may be interested please contact me and I can share photos, address and further description. Depending on the tenant we can arrange a tour for those highly interested, or of course after tenant moves out house will be easily accessible. We are posting with our neighbors first, and will post on Craig’s list in a week or two. Rent: $1,900 plus utilities. Alex Spaulding,, 360.224.0094.


Due to internet issues 2 weeks ago, KMRE is going to replay episode 2 of the Local Folk show from 2 weeks ago about Linda Allen and activism tomorrow night 7-8pm on and 102.3FM.  ~ Ted Matts


By Ben Bonham, played on my beloved Twangoleum, which got caught in the pandemic down near Hood River, Oregon. The instrument is having a great time, and so is Ben. He sent me this today. Isn’t that a crazy instrument? And doesn’t Ben play it wonderfully?

Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511  2518 Cherry Street

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