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  • What: Live Christmas Music, Gingerbread House Contest, horse drawn wagon rides, children’s art activities, free hot cider and cookies, visits w/Santa (photographer available), Lighted Boat Parade (4:30pm-6:00pm, Saturday). Bring a non-perishable food item for the Bellingham Food Bank and receive a FREE photo keychain from Artiem Photography.
  • Where: Bellingham Cruise Terminal (Alaska Ferry), 355 Harris Avenue, Bellingham [map]
  • When: Fri, December 5, 2008, 12:00pm-8.00pm | Sat, December 6, 11:00am-6:00pm | Sun, December 7, 11:00am-5:00pm
  • Admission: FREE


From Interstate 5, southbound–

1.) Take exit 250 for WA-11 S/Old Fairhaven Parkway toward Chuckanut Drive
2.) Turn right at Old Fairhaven Pkwy/WA-11
3.) Continue on Donovan Ave
4.) Continue on 10th St
5.) Turn left at Harris Ave

From Interstate 5, northbound–

1.) Take exit 250 for WA-11 S/Old Fairhaven Pkwy toward Chuckanut Drive
2.) Turn left at Old Fairhaven Pkwy/WA-11
3.) Continue on Donovan Ave
4.) Continue on 10th St
5.) Turn left at Harris Ave

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  • When: Dec 15-22
  • What: Excerpts from the Nutcracker Ballet

For more information and tickets: 206-275-4750 or e-mail MercerIslandNutcracker@gmail.com

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Click on the image to watch

Smurfs Christmas Special

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  • Where: Bellingham Public Library
  • When: Dec. 27, 10:30 AM
  • What: Participants create personalized thank-you notes, using a variety of materials. All materials are provided, except envelopes and stamps. Children of all ages are invited to join in.

For more information: 676-6860, or jlovchik@cob.org.

A civilized tradition

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Here’s a fun little online flash utility, for making a digital snowflake. The program folds it for you, and you cut it out with digital scissors. It may take a few trys to get the hang of it, but “undo” and “start over” buttons are provided. Kids will really enjoy this.


After creating and saving your flake, you have the option of saving it in .JPG format, or as an .EPS file (opens in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator), for further editing. You may also e-mail it to a friend directly from the website.

Don’t forget to view the gallery! There are literally thousands of snowflakes there, and they are all downloadable.

Here are two I just created (click on thumbnails to enlarge):

Starman Jones’ snowflake, #1Starman Jones’ Snowflake, #2

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Christmas in Bellingham

There’s more going on locally today, tomorrow, and Sunday, than on any other weekend in December, including the Port of Bellingham Holiday Festival (free), the Lighted Boat Parade on Bellingham Bay, and a free concert by the Bellingham Bagpipe Band at Whatcom Museum. For a complete listing of this weekend’s events,  see the Christmas Calendar.

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