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 firstname.lastname@example.org. As you can imagine, this interactive performance involves a murder so it may not be appropriate for young children but teens and adults welcome.
The City of Ferndale is proud to announce a full slate of summer parks activities this year. With careful consideration and consultation with our health experts, the city is moving forward with our “2021 Summer of Fun.”
These events will be held outdoors in Ferndale parks and require that all attendees practice social distancing and wear a face covering to ensure everyone can have a safe experience.
“We know everyone is excited to get out of the house and do something fun this summer. We believe we have a way to come together as a community in a safe and responsible way,” said Mayor Greg Hansen.
Here is the full list of activities:
Food Truck Fridays will be held on the first Friday of each month (June 4th, July 2nd and August 6th) at Star Park. Food Trucks from around Whatcom County will be selling hot meals starting at 5:30 pm. Participating vendors include the Mobile Mouth Hole, Cicchitti’s Pizza, Outlaws BBW, Simmering Tava, Pete’s Poutine and BareBones BBQ.
Music in the Park will be held on Saturday nights on June 19th, July 17th and August 14th on the stage in the historic Pioneer Village. Seattle area rock cover band “3 Trick Pony” will be playing June 19th, and Bellingham R&B/Hip-hop sensation “SpaceBand” will be playing July 17th . The August performance is to be announced soon. Gates open at 5:30pm, music starts at 6pm.
WECU presents Flicks in the Park held Friday nights on June 25th, July 9th and July 23rd at dusk in the historic Pioneer Village. Movies to be announced soon, gates open at 8:30pm, movie begins at dusk.
The Great Ferndale Frontier Folly, a citywide scavenger hunt with riddles and prizes. This event will be held throughout the month of July.
Stargazing with the Perseids Meteor Shower will be held on Friday, August 13th after dark at VanderYacht Park. Identify constellations with glow-in-the-dark star charts, observe the moon and other celestial objects through larger telescopes provided by amateur astronomers or just relax and enjoy the peak of the Perseids Meteor Shower.
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 email@example.com.
The City is looking for your feedback on how to best carry out a potential Summer of Fun in 2021. We understand that this year will look different than previous years and want your input on how to host some safe and successful parks activities for our community.
The Ferndale Arts Commission is planning a yarn art installation, to be installed in the spring, and are looking for public participation.
Crocheted yarn art will be installed on the tree trunks in Griffintown Park. Sections of the yarn art will be created by the public and then collected by the FAC, for future installation.
We will be kicking off the project with a crochet zoom class to make the yarn art sections, Saturday, January 30th, at 3:00pm. Supplies are available for pick-up at City Hall, and limited to 50 participants. Please email Susan Duncan, at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Northwest Yarns (https://nwyarns.com/) will be teaching the zoom class, and they have generously given the Arts Commission a discount on supplies.
UPDATE 11/19/2020: The class has filled up but if you still want to participate using your brushes and canvas, you are welcome to register and follow along.
WHAT: The Ferndale Arts Commission is hosting a Zoom Painting Class
WHO: The class will be led by local artist Sandy Peppar
WHEN: Saturday, November 28, from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
WHERE: This is a virtual event that you can attend from the comfort of your own home
TO REGISTER: Email Susan Duncan at email@example.com with your name, phone number and email address. Supplies will be available to pick up at the City Hall parking lot. You will be provided a time for pick-up once you’ve registered. Registration is limited to 55 participants, so don’t delay, sign up today!
HOW MUCH: It’s free!!! All of the supplies needed to complete the painting pictured above will be provided
We are finishing up the 2021 City of Ferndale budget and we want to hear from you! City budgets can be dense documents and we want to get all your questions answered before the City Council has their final public hearing on the budget at the Dec. 7th council meeting.
Post your questions about the budget on the City facebook page or send them in email to Communication Officer Riley Sweeney at firstname.lastname@example.org and next Monday, Finance Director Sirke Salminen and City Administrator Jori Burnett will answer them live the City’s facebook page.