Throughout the past couple of weeks, trails and other outdoor areas have begun to reopen. Like most of us, I have been looking for a way to safely get out and experience something other than the inside of my home. A great place to check out to get some safe exercise is the Point Whitehorn Marine Reserve.
Throughout the past couple of weeks, parks and other public places have closed due to the stay at home orders. Others stay partially open, while also attempting to limit the number of people that are visiting them by blocking parking spaces. To take a closer look, I put on a mask and headed to a few parks.
The handmade market is a rotating selection of local makers hosted by Goods Local Brews and Goods Nursery & Produce. Located at 2626 Northwest Ave. which is open Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm continuing through October. The handmade market intends to create relationships with the customers while offering a direct artists-to-buyers market. All products are made locally which making sustainable high-quality items that last a lifetime.
Bellingham SeaFeast is an annual two-day festival on the third weekend of September at Squalicum Harbor and Zuanich Point Park. It celebrates the rich maritime culture and heritage, thriving working waterfront (including a water rescue demonstration pictured below), in addition to the enjoyment and conservation of the water resources, seafood industries, and the culinary bounty of the Pacific Northwest. SeaFeast is a non-profit event supported by both public and private entities throughout Whatcom County and the Pacific Northwest.