A small but interested group of people gathered May 9th at the Bellingham Senior Center to hear John (coincidentally named) Root offer tips about growing plants organically.
Bellingham’s Annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day is set for Saturday, June 3, from 9 AM to 1 PM, at the Bellingham Senior Center on Blackstone Street. (Bring proof of residency.)
There are a multitude of programs and events to enjoy at the Bellingham Senior Center; some are free, others charge a nominal fee. Check out what's happening in June.
Read about programs and events that have taken place in Bellingham as well as those upcoming in our December issue.
Former therapist Ming MIng He left the field of traditional medicine to follow her own path, including channeling energy, to help people.
The Council on Aging offers lots of interesting activities, much of it free, as well as community outreach. Read about their August plans.
Research has shown that some foods are more beneficial to your brain than others.
Bellingham Historical Commission Chairperson Marcia Crooks is holding a series of history presentations at the senior center.
Make sure you don't miss out on anything going on at Bellingham's senior center during the month of July--it's all here!
The Bellingham Fire Dept's Brad Kwatcher brought the Hazard House to the senior center, proactively helping then spot potential fire hazards.