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Am I the only one missing the Padden Triathlon today? Photo by Alex Gehring #triathlonlifestyle #triathlons #triathlonsprint #bellinghamtri #bellinghamlife #bellinghamlife #athleticlife #bellinghamt
Camp Counselors have prepared 120 activity bags to share at Food Bank distribution this week. Each bag contains and activity appropriate for 1 child ages 6 to 10 years old. Six different activity bag
Deer babies visit our yard at Park Operations every now and again.
Kudos to the Whatcom Disc Golf Club members for re-installing the disc golf course baskets at Cornwall Park last week.
Sign up for Camp at Home before Bigfoot takes all the supplies! Cut and paste for more summer camp information. https://www.cob.org/services/recreation/activities/Pages/Summer-Camp.aspx #summercamp2
Bellingham Parks & Recreation in action removing a dead tree from Bayview Cemetery. Nice work team!
The trail through the Tunnel at the top of the Sehome Hill Arboretum is closed until further notice. Heavy rainfall has caused some rocks to come down at the west entrance to the tunnel. If you are
We were able to reinstall the volleyball nets at Bloedel with Phase 2. What else can we do do make your time in City parks more fun?
All of the temporary parking barricades have been removed from City parks.
Dancing is therapeutic! Get your therapy on with SPIN Dance at Home in June! Register for free to get the link and password.
Puppers visits the artwork at Cordata Community Park.
Cordata Park Opens to Pedestrians May 20 No onsite parking is yet available and access is from the sidewalk to two pedestrian trail entrances. Over a mile of limestone trails and six bridges are acce
City of Bellingham tennis courts remain CLOSED. Govenor Inslee clarified that "staffed" courts can operate. None of our courts are staffed and will remain closed until we enter Phase 2 of re-opening.
We're gearing up for our Camp at Home summer program. Honk for more information!
We paid our respects to the old maple tree at Fountain Plaza this morning. The tree served it’s useful life on this corner of Monroe and Meridian Streets for many years and had eventually rotted from
Do you recognize the birds singing in this video? Can you name them?
In your neighborhood, do you have the invasive species Scotch Broom? Help The Washington Invasive Species Council know where and how much Scotch Broom is growing near you. Report your sightings. #The