Local authors Amy Bartelloni and Marjorie Turner Hollman led the workshop and discussed how to work with agents, how to get a manuscript ready for publication, and more.
Each year, the Bellingham Business Association focuses one of their monthly meetings on area non-profit organizations in order to bring them to the attention of local businesses.
Since 1894, the Bellingham Public Library has been serving residents of the town. In celebration of its 120th anniversary, the library held a wine & cheese tasting/fundraiser.
There's plenty of programming for children and young adults at the Bellingham Library. Now, they've started programming "Somthing for Adults" the first of which was Paint Nite.
Be sure to attend the Library's annual Veterans Day program; donations of toiletries and other items to be donated to a shelter for homeless veterans are requested.
Check out this compilation of events and activities scheduled in November at the senior center, as well as upcoming trips and programs.
Every month the Bellingham Public Library offers dynamic programming and events, and November is no exception. Here's the roundup of November news!
Bellingham has added itself to the list of communities now charging parents a fee for busing their children to school (read the details here); Keough Administration Building to close.
Fall has arrived, and with it comes the king of all seasonal flavors – pumpkin pie spice.