Playbook - Fall 2020

Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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www.cob.org/parks • (360) 778-7000 Family/Community 7 DAYS/DATES: Sunday-Saturday, Sept. 21-27 TIME: Art may be completed any time parks are open AGES: All ages LOCATION: Zuanich, Marine, Squalicum Creek, Maritime Heritage and Waypoint Parks COST: FREE (but must pre-register to reserve your designated concrete canvas) COORDINATOR: Lance Romo / Tiffany DeSimone MAX: 5 spaces per park DAY/DATES: Delivered Friday, Oct.2, Nov. 6, Dec. 4 AGES: All ages LOCATION: Your home COST: $20 delivered locally, $30 if shipped out of Whatcom County COORDINATOR: Lauren Woodmansee MAX: 30 per theme Rec-tivities: Family Activity Kits Our Summer kits were such a hit we're making new ones for Fall! Each kit has a different seasonal theme and contains supplies, instructions and lots of inspiration for families to create fun crafts together as well as other interactive ideas and festive recipes. Best of all…kits are delivered on the first Friday of each month right to your doorstep! Please note: Some simple household items may be required to complete projects. Deadline to register: Wednesday prior to each delivery day. THREE THEMES TO CHOOSE FROM: October: Harvest Fun-projects include pumpkin suncatcher, witch's slime, mummy friends, spider webs and a holiday banner. November: Giving Thanks-projects include scarecrow pencil holder, stained glass leaves, turkey décor, thanksgiving wreath and a holiday banner. December: Winter Wonderland-projects include a variety of fun decorations, ornaments and a holiday swag. (You will need to provide fresh greens for the swag). ALL IN For Climate Action Chalk Art Contest Share your artistic chops while promoting climate action awareness. Categories include: Global Climate, National Climate, Local Climate. Your project can be up to 5' x 5'. Please only use your assigned section and make room for others to pass. All participants must be examples to our community by masking up. BYOC (Bring Your Own Chalk). Reserve your piece of concrete canvas by emailing Lance Romo at lromo@cob.org. Then share your work and be entered into a fun photo competition. Brought to you by the Port of Bellingham and Bellingham Parks and Recreation. Photo by Sandi Heinrich

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