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Seattle, WA -- Feb 22, 2020

❄️ Make some tracks in the snow at Mt. Baker Ski Area. Heather Meadows is covered in a thick blanket of snow and offers a slower pace than the nearby ski hill - perfect for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Just park at the upper lodge, strap on your skis or shoes and make your way into this gorgeous winter wonderland. Looking for other winter activities in and around Bellingham? Check our activities page here: www.bellingham.org/things-to-do/winter-activities/ ... See MoreSee Less

❄️ Make some tracks in the snow at Mt. Baker Ski Area. Heather Meadows is covered in a thick blanket of snow and offers a slower pace than the nearby ski hill - perfect for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Just park at the upper lodge, strap on your skis or shoes and make your way into this gorgeous winter wonderland. Looking for other winter activities in and around Bellingham? Check our activities page here: https://www.bellingham.org/things-to-do/winter-activities/
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Seattle, WA -- Feb 21, 2020

Most people associate cameras with photography, but Western Washington University Associate Professor of Biology Sandra Schulze takes her photos with a scanner, and does it so well that she just traveled to the United Kingdom to accept an international award for her work.Schulze was invited to the world famous Kew Gardens in London on Feb. 7 to receive a silver medal award for her scanned photographs in the International Garden Photographer of the Year Contest, or IGPOTY.Read more at Western Today: ow.ly/PvkH50ysNKF ... See MoreSee Less

Most people associate cameras with photography, but Western Washington University Associate Professor of Biology Sandra Schulze takes her photos with a scanner, and does it so well that she just traveled to the United Kingdom to accept an international award for her work.

Schulze was invited to the world famous Kew Gardens in London on Feb. 7 to receive a silver medal award for her scanned photographs in the International Garden Photographer of the Year Contest, or IGPOTY.

Read more at Western Today: http://ow.ly/PvkH50ysNKF
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Seattle, WA -- Feb 19, 2020

Repost from @goodtimegirlstours#Onthisday in #BellingHistory Feb 19, 1909, the paper reported on a possible crime: “Governor Mead, who is in this city, will probably be asked for an opinion as to whether oysters fall into the same classification as clams - in other words, whether they are wild animals and have the power of locomotion, for on the decision of this question depends the most important clue in connection with the departure of a big rackfull of oysters from the Baltimore Oyster house on the south side last night. The problem presented is whether the Eastern bivalves made their getaway alone or whether they were aided and abetted by some kind of friend with gastronomic intentions. At any rate, the oysters, valued by their owners at $8, disappeared last night and Patrolman Nick Rust of the south side is doing the gumshoe act in an effort to find which direction they took. They were Eastern oysters – that helps some. They may have started home in case they are wild animals. If they aren’t wild animals then they have been stolen. It is feared that in either instance they may have run afoul of somebody with cannibalistic leanings and have been devoured. A whole sackful would be enough for a big feed and Rust is now scouring the waterfront for the luscious beasts.” The Baltimore Oyster House was in the Morgan Block where Artwood is today. @historicfairhaven #oystersonthelam #whostoletheoysters #oysters #sackofoysters #fairhavenwa #historicfairhavenwa #historicfairhavendistrict ... See MoreSee Less

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#Onthisday in #BellingHistory Feb 19, 1909, the paper reported on a possible crime: “Governor Mead, who is in this city, will probably be asked for an opinion as to whether oysters fall into the same classification as clams - in other words, whether they are wild animals and have the power of locomotion, for on the decision of this question depends the most important clue in connection with the departure of a big rackfull of oysters from the Baltimore Oyster house on the south side last night.  The problem presented is whether the Eastern bivalves made their getaway alone or whether they were aided and abetted by some kind of friend with gastronomic intentions.  At any rate, the oysters, valued by their owners at $8, disappeared last night and Patrolman Nick Rust of the south side is doing the gumshoe act in an effort to find which direction they took.  They were Eastern oysters – that helps some.  They may have started home in case they are wild animals.  If they aren’t wild animals then they have been stolen.  It is feared that in either instance they may have run afoul of somebody with cannibalistic leanings and have been devoured.  A whole sackful would be enough for a big feed and Rust is now scouring the waterfront for the luscious beasts.” The Baltimore Oyster House was in the Morgan Block where Artwood is today.  @historicfairhaven  #oystersonthelam #whostoletheoysters  #oysters #sackofoysters #fairhavenwa #historicfairhavenwa  #historicfairhavendistrict
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 30, 2019

Chuckanut Manor will be closed Monday September 2nd and Tuesday September 3rd for Labor Day weekend. Enjoy the holiday! ... See MoreSee Less

Chuckanut Manor will be closed Monday September 2nd and Tuesday September 3rd for Labor Day weekend. Enjoy the holiday!
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Seattle, WA -- Feb 21, 2020

The first signs of spring have made their appearance right outside our doorstep. ... See MoreSee Less

The first signs of spring have made their appearance right outside our doorstep.
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Seattle, WA -- Feb 24, 2020

⁣This Saturday we’re celebrating something pretty epic— Washington Wild’s commitment to protecting public lands in the North Cascades. Protections in this area are critical from increasing threats & contribute to a healthier ecosystem throughout the Puget Sound region. ⠀Join us at our Seattle Taproom from 6-9 with our friends from MiiR, Lighthouse Roasters & Theo Chocolate to raise funds & learn more about what you can do to help. More details over on our instagram stories all week long! ... See MoreSee Less

⁣This Saturday we’re celebrating something pretty epic— Washington Wild’s commitment to protecting public lands in the North Cascades. Protections in this area are critical from increasing threats & contribute to a healthier ecosystem throughout the Puget Sound region. ⠀
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Join us at our Seattle Taproom from 6-9 with our friends from MiiR, Lighthouse Roasters & Theo Chocolate to raise funds & learn more about what you can do to help. More details over on our instagram stories all week long!
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Seattle, WA -- Feb 22, 2020

Weekly specials! Pistachio Crusted Steelhead with a mango chutney and lemon fennel buerre blanc, Clam Linguini Pomodoro, and a Vegan Peanut Curry! Wow so yummy 😋 ... See MoreSee Less

Weekly specials! Pistachio Crusted Steelhead with a mango chutney and lemon fennel buerre blanc, Clam Linguini Pomodoro, and a Vegan Peanut Curry! Wow so yummy 😋
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Seattle, WA -- Feb 14, 2020

We will be closed this Monday in observance of Presidents Day. Our distribution schedule will resume as usual on Tuesday at CTK.⁠ Enjoy the looong weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

We will be closed this Monday in observance of Presidents Day. Our distribution schedule will resume as usual on Tuesday at CTK.⁠ Enjoy the looong weekend!
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Seattle, WA -- Feb 19, 2020

Shadow puppetry brought to a whole new level!CATAPULT yourself into a captivating world where world-class dancer-athletes build giant storytelling shadow illusions. March 18 on the MBT Main Stage! bit.ly/2GAH3zO ... See MoreSee Less

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Seattle, WA -- Feb 22, 2020

Here's a look at our first Museum in Mind memory care program. The day started with a conversation-based gallery tour followed by a studio art-making activity. Interested in attending? Learn more here: ow.ly/yIxE50yiCh5 ... See MoreSee Less

Heres a look at our first Museum in Mind memory care program. The day started with a conversation-based gallery tour followed by a studio art-making activity. Interested in attending? Learn more here: http://ow.ly/yIxE50yiCh5Image attachment
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