The Most Important Thing You Can Do
St Joseph’s: Record Covid Patients
Ok. Everything Else Is Good News
The Little Mighty Story Box
Free Compost Bin
Looking For Hot Tub
McKain Lakey Concert Tomorrow
Paul Klein Concert (Correction)
Radio Free Fl!p: Field Behind The Plow
THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN DO
I’m sorry to give you hard news. Please, everybody, stay at home. Your job is not to avoid catching COVID. Your job is to assume you’ve got it and are not showing symptoms. Your job is to keep from passing it on. Numbers are increasing rapidly.
Whatcom sees 81 COVID-19 cases in two days, as last week’s testing positivity rate tops 4%
ST JOSEPH’S: RECORD COVID PATIENTS
St. Joseph hospital reports it is treating a record 18 COVID-positive patients on Monday, a nearly a four-fold increase from last week.
OK. EVERYTHING ELSE IS GOOD NEWS
THE LITTLE MIGHTY STORY BOX
Hi Neighbors and Friends –
Under the magnitude of our current situation, like you, I am in pretty minute celebratory moods these days. Yet, I can’t let tales of a certain subdued scale escape without “puppetelling”… So, will a few small Fables of Greater Truth do the trick as morsels of soul food at our sequestered tables?
The Little Mighty Story Box in the Columbia Neighborhood at the corner of Victor & W.Connecticut will dish up 4 dioramas, from 11 AM till dark, one for each day between Thanksgiving Thursday to Sunday. It’s all in weatherproof condition so stop by rain or shine.
Wishing you happy, safe and sane days ahead as these stories come and go and maybe provide one more reason to walk off some of this year’s (social isolation) blues and fat, (if any). Peace, ~ ”Max” Eberhard Eichner, Victor & W Connecticut
FREE COMPOST BIN
I am switching to an open compost bit this year and looking to re-home my FreeGarden 82 Gallon Compost bin. It has has all the parts (lid, door) and no functioning issues. If no one is interested, then I will take over to Re-Store later this week. It is in the alley behind Victor about half way between W. Connecticut and W. North (fence has evergreen covering iris along length). http://enviroworld.ca/environmental-products/freegarden-earth ~ Carolyn Gray 562.216.3206 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Shout out to stellar math tutor and Columbia neighbor Diane Dawley. With over 30 years of teaching experience and tutoring for students in middle school through college level math, Diane has been a godsend for many students. Zoom tutoring is better than no tutoring and Diane is an excellent resource in our community! Contact for pricing by email at email@example.com or via landline at 360.671.2638. ~ Jill Schmitz, W. Illinois St.
LOOKING FOR HOT TUB
My family is yearning for a good soak. If you have a tub to sell, please let me know. ~ Chris Wermus, Victor St. 360-553-8864
McKAIN LAKEY CONCERT TOMORROW
McKain is playing a livestream tomorrow night (Tuesday, Nov 24th). She’ll be joined by her roomies Lyle Werner on fiddle and Neil Shah on drums, along with their pod-ner Nelson Williams on bass. I have a strong feeling that a rollicking good time will be had by all. Tune in to the dear sweet Quarantine Happy Hour to see us! 5:30pm PST. (You might have to refresh the page right at the start time to see the stream pop up.) https://www.facebook.com/groups/quarantinehappyhourmusic
PAUL KLEIN CONCERT
(Correction: I misspelled Paul’s last name. Sorry Paul!)
Fairhaven College Live Streaming Music Festival
College Live Streaming Music Festival Fall Series
Dec.3rd Thursday 7:00 pm Paul Klein.
He first performed at Fairhaven College Valentines Day Dance in 1976 with Wet Paint and the Painter Sisters. Paul Klein, pianist and bandleader of the Atlantics for 40 years (his first gig was Election night 1980). Klein also has played the Steinway at the Boundary Bay weekly for twenty years. Paul is now retired and he looks forward to sharing his eclectic joys of music.
12/3 Paul Klein 12/10 will be Ara Kataak 12/17 Robin Elwood
RADIO FREE FL!P: FIELD BEHIND THE PLOW
I’m on a Stan Rogers kick. Enjoy!
Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511 2518 Cherry Street firstname.lastname@example.org
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