Elizabeth Park Concert: bandZandt
Whatcom Unified Command
St Paul’s Parade
Free Foam Mattress Topper – Queen Size
Free Porcelain Tile
Wanted Blue Wine Bottles
Radio Free Fl!p: Fairie’s Death Waltz, Performed Again!
ELIZABETH PARK CONCERT: bandZandt
Thursday Aug.13 at 6 pm bandZandt plays the big barn version of the Elizabeth Park Concert Series!
Bellingham’s Local Radio Station – 102.3 FM or listen online.
Thanks to the partnership of The Eldridge Society for History and Preservation, Bellingham Parks and Recreation, and our friends at Varvid and KMRE 102.3 FM, these concerts are brought to you weekly, so we can stay safe and enjoy great music.
DONATE HERE: https://gf.me/u/ynn8tp
WHATCOM UNIFIED COMMAND
Is currently recruiting volunteers to:
• Help with phone registration for people requiring COVID testing;
• Checking in those who arrive at the mobile testing sites for testing;
• Stock food bank shelves and load food bank boxes;
• Assist with traffic control at food bank distribution sites;
• Deliver food bank boxes to people throughout Whatcom County who cannot or should not go to the food banks (through August);
• Provide licensed medical support; and
• Other needs, as they develop.
To volunteer or for more information on Whatcom Unified Command, please visit WhatcomCOVID.com
The GOJI BISTRO is a hidden gem over by WCC. The food is freshly made and delicious every time. I got takeout there last week and was impressed by how easy, safe and efficient the process was. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. ~ Sally Higgins
WINDWORKS at Meridian and Monroe has been skilled and helpful with all of my clarinets. When I bought a junk clarinet on eBay because it had a really good mouthpiece, they rummaged through their tub of sound barrels and found the perfect one to make it work with my regular clarinet. They have been lightning quick every time my alto and contra alto clarinets have gone out of whack, and they turned an old Albert system C clarinet from a wall hanging to a well-functioning tool of klezmer. They’ve also been really helpful as I started getting back into harmonica. As for my main instrument, mandolin, I got mine long before they carried such things, but I’d have no hesitation in recommending them now. And they do have a good selection of ukuleles, sheet music, picks and strings. ~ Zeke Hoskin, Cherry Street
ST PAUL’S PARADE
Hi neighbors, St Paul’s Episcopal Church at 2117 Walnut St. is hosting a Drive-by Farewell Parade for our rector (priest) in our parking lot on Sunday, August 23, 12-1pm. We’ve divided up the time slots by last name to try to minimize a pile-up of cars. We will have people along the way wearing orange vests and holding posters (there may be cheering and clapping!). Please let us know ahead of time if you have any concerns and we thank you for being our neighbors! – Amelia Vader, Junior Warden, firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-218-2657.
We had an adult bike stolen from our yard last night. Gray bike with a white seat for a *very* tall person, single speed. It has hamburger bells. It was not locked up last night. If you spot it, we’d love to know. ~ Jessi Rado ~ 2300 block of Park St.
FREE FOAM MATTRESS TOPPER – QUEEN SIZE
Purchased at Costco about 4 years ago. It’s still in good shape, we just don’t have use for it any more. Text/email to arrange pick-up.
3024 Elm St
FREE PORCELAIN TILE
We have 6 pieces (6″ x36″) of brand new tile in a neutral color; great for a small project. Thanks!
Kim Rice, Henry Street, email@example.com
WANTED BLUE WINE BOTTLES
I am in need of blue wine bottles, if you drink a brand that has blue bottles please save them for me. I will come pick up. Thank you.
Yasmin Liepa. 360-647-8654
Sorry about all the ads….
RADIO FREE FL!P: FAIRIE’S DEATH WALTZ, PERFORMED AGAIN!
So much fun watching Musicians At Play. I fell down a rabbit hole today….
Here’s the sheet music again:
Human Plays It On Piano
Piano, Many Hands
Goofy Full Performance
The composer: John Stump
Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511 firstname.lastname@example.org 2518 Cherry Street
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