Join the Ferndale Arts Commission for a free interactive murder mystery party at 7pm on May 14th.
It is 1933 and Ferndale dairy farmer Jerry Jonsteen has been found dead in his barn. Detective James Wells, Ferndale’s only police officer has rounded up the suspects and needs your help solving the case.
Interview suspects, decipher clues and unravel this mystery from the comfort of your home as local actors bring this original story to life.
To sign up and receive the Zoom link – send an email to email@example.com. As you can imagine, this interactive performance involves a murder so it may not be appropriate for young children but teens and adults welcome.
For the last 10 years, the Community Garden has been under the care and leadership of Gloria Perez, master gardener and dedicated volunteer. Now it’s time for Gloria to retire!
The Community Garden is looking for one or two dedicated individuals, Ferndale resident, who can take over coordination and management of the garden. Prior gardening experience is preferred and Gloria will provide full training. The Garden is a critical community resource and the Coordinator is a critical role. Through a generous grant from the City of Ferndale, we will be able to provide the new coordinator(s) with a small annual stipend for their time and effort. If you are interested, please contact Gloria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information including job description and stipend details, see the flyer here.
Mayor Greg Hansen answered questions from the public live as part of our digital town hall. Full video of the event can be found here: