Saturday, May 16th at 7 PM the Friends of Birch Bay State Park invite you to the first 2015 Interpretive Program held in the Wildlife Theater in the upper day use area of Birch Bay State Park.
(A Discover Pass Required for Parking in Birch Bay State Park)
Beyond the Beach
Join Ingrid Enschede, Program Specialist for the Birch Bay Watershed and Aquatic Resources Management District (BBWARM), and discover what lies beyond the beach in the Birch Bay watershed. Learn about the unique landscapes within this 17,000-acre watershed and fabulous upland locations to explore when visiting Birch Bay. Ingrid will share stories about what local community members and organizations are doing to protect the Birch Bay watershed and the water flowing into Birch Bay.
Sponsored by BP Cherry Point Refinery
After receiving feedback last year regarding the days and times of our Luncheons,
not everyone could make a Luncheon, so we have decided to add a couple of after work
options. So, in lieu of the this month’s Luncheon we will be hosting a Business After Business. So Mark your Calendars, and we look forward to seeing you at 5:30pm on
Summer is quickly approaching, and some folks have started noticing the changes going on around the Visitor Information Center (VIC) in our efforts to prepare for the Summer Event Season. Due to some concerns the Board felt that it would be a good time to address
Please click the Link below:
Letter from the Board
We are looking forward to a great summer here in Birch Bay!
See you next Thursday! It will be a fun luncheon.
For more information, call The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce at (360) 371-5004
or online at : http://www.birchbaychamber.com
Enjoy Easter breakfast, worship service and Easter egg hunt
Bring the family for a full morning of Easter Sunday celebration at Water’s Edge Church on Sunday, April 5.
Everyone’s invited to a community breakfast at the Bay Horizon Park activity center starting at 9:30 a.m. Then at 10:15 a.m., the church family invites you to a special worship service as they celebrate the resurrection of Jesus with stories and songs. Afterward, bring your children out to the park’s playground for a community Easter egg hunt at noon. They’ll be hiding 500 plus eggs, and the first 150 children will receive a bag full of candy.
It will be a special Sunday when the joy of Easter can be shared by the whole community. To learn more about the Easter events or about the Water’s Edge Church family and the way they serve our community, check out their website at www.watersedgewa.com, their Facebook page at Water’s Edge Church Fanpage or call Pastor Jim Carberry at (360) 389-3529.
And Happy Easter, Everyone!