Easter Happenings!

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Here’s what is happening in our area this Easter Weekend!


Birch Bay Bible Community Church

4460 Bay Road in Birch Bay

Sunday, April 20th 8:30am & 11:30am
Easter Worship Services

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The C Shop
4825 Alderson Road in Birch Bay

April 17-19  2:00pm – 8:00pm
Easter Candy, Baskets & Ice Cream

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Dakota Creek Christian Center
8732 Blaine Road in Blaine

Sunday, April 20th 10:00am
Worship Service with Easter Buffet

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North Bay Christ the King
4895 Birch Bay-Lynden Road in Birch Bay

Friday, April 18th 7:00pm
Good Friday Family Service

Saturday, April 19th 6:30pm
Easter Service

Sunday, April 20th 8am, 9:30am & 11am
Easter Services

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Semiahmoo Resort, Golf & Spa
9565 Semiahmoo Pkwy in Blaine

Sunday, April 20th
9:00am – 11:00am Easter Egg Hunt
9:00am – 3:00pm Easter Brunch

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Water’s Edge Church
7511 Gemini Street in Birch Bay

9:30am Continental Breakfast
10:00am Worship Service
11:00am Easter Egg Hunt

 

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2 Meetings of Interest…Mark your Calendars

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MONDAY, APRIL 14 7:00pm-9:00pm

Whatcom County at the Crossroads – Water, Energy, Criminal Justice, Development: A discussion with Whatcom County Council Chairman Carl Weimer. Light Refreshments.

BAY HORIZON PARK CONFERENCE CENTER
7511 Gemini Road, Off Alderson Road in Birch Bay

To RSVP or for more information, please call (360) 303-3931

THURSDAY, APRIL 17 6:30pm

Whatcom County Parks Commission Meeting which will include time for public input
regarding the proposed Birch Bay Park location options.

BIRCH BAY ACTIVITY CENTER
7511 Gemini Road, Off Alderson Road in Birch Bay

 

 

 

 

 

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NSEA Work Party this Weekend. Saturday, April 12 9:00am-12:00pm

April 12th                               
Terrell Creek
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Help NSEA and the Chums of Terrell Creek continue to work on this scenic restoration site and plant native trees and shrubs along the banks of Terrell Creek. From Bellingham, head North on I-5 and take exit #266/Grandview Rd. Go west for about 7 miles; take a right at the stop sign onto Jackson Rd.

Parking is available at the former Birch Bay Bible Church, look for NSEA signs.  

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Spring in the Country Shop & Studio Tour

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MAPS AVAILABLE AT ALL LOCATIONS

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April 15th Chamber Luncheon at The Sandcastle Resort

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The following is from Dave Hiller, President of the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce:

Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce Monthly Lunch for April will be on Tuesday, April 15th from 11:30am – 1:00pm at The Sandcastle Resort located at 7854 Birch Bay Drive.

Birch Bay Chamber member Shores Restaurant will be catering the meal. Your $10 food options are Fish & Chips, Chicken Ciabatta, GF Spinach Salad also included: Mini Salad Bar and beverage choices of Coffee, Iced Tea or Water.

Looking forward to seeing you there !

For further information on the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce, please visit our website.

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March 22nd Birch Bay State Park Terrell Creek Planting Project

On Saturday March 22nd, a group of 37 community volunteers gathered at Birch Bay State Park to give their time and plant native trees and shrubs along Terrell Creek. IMG_4445 The volunteers planted 183 native trees and shrubs  behind the future BP Heron Center at Birch Bay State Park. Although a new site for us, NSEA has been working on improving salmon habitat in the Terrell watershed for many years IMG_4433 Terrell Creek originates from Lake Terrell and flows out to Birch Bay passing through agricultural and developed lands. Improving riparian habitat helps salmon and the ecosystem as a whole in several ways. Increased shading over creeks keeps water temperatures cooler, which salmon are best adapted to. The roots hold together the soil, decreasing erosion and turbidity in the water. Plants slow down the overland flow of water and runoff, reducing pollution in the waterways and increasing groundwater recharge.

Ted Morris and Neal Cronk Birch Bay State Park

Ted Morris and Neal Cronk Birch Bay State Park

As restoration continues in the Terrell watershed, we hope that individual projects will meet up, creating a healthy riparian corridor with improved habitat for salmon and all the other organisms sharing the riparian zone.   NSEA will be holding another work party this spring in the Terrell Creek watershed, on April 12th.

 

If you have any questions, please call NSEA at 715-0283 or email volunteer@n-sea.org

NSEA Work Parties Sponsored By: American Forests & ERM Foundation

Photos courtesy of Wayne Diaz

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Water’s Edge Church’s DESSERT SOCIAL AND SILENT AUCTION

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The best thing is that ALL the proceeds from the auction and any other donations will go to support the MS Walk, a fund-raiser to raise awareness of and help the fight against Multiple Sclerosis. The Bellingham MS Walk will be held April 12. If you’d like to donate an item or service for the auction, call Lorrie Sterk (366-4442) by Tuesday, March 25.
 
The dessert social and silent auction are sponsored by Water’s Edge Church, which meets every Sunday at 10 a.m. in the activity center at 7511 Gemini Road, Birch Bay. For more information about the event, the church, or its other community activities, visit www.watersedgewa.com or call 389-3529.
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