Come join the festivities at Sakura Matsuri, the Ferndale Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival, to be held on Saturday, March 18th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Pioneer Pavilion Community Center (2007 Cherry Street).
Hosted by the City of Ferndale, the ...View More
Located amid the green islands of the Washington coast and the majestic peak of Mt. Baker, Bellingham is a cozy community shared by about 82,000 people. Less than 20 miles south of Canada, Bellingham boasts one of grandest natural harbors in the northwest, able to dock the largest ocean ...View More
Located in the northwest corner of Washington State near the Nooksack River, Ferndale was officially incorporated on March 19, 1907. Once called Jam because of its location next to a logjam on the river, the City was renamed Ferndale by the school teacher who admired ferns that once grew around ...View More
The City of Blaine is located 35 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia and 110 miles north of Seattle. The city is located between the beautiful Cascade Range and the Puget Sound. Blaine is known as the Peace Arch City for its the Peace Arch Monument that was constructed and ...View More
In Washington State, there is a city known for its deep Dutch roots. Behold Lynden, a city north of Bellingham, a city known for its unique heritage and history.
Lynden served as Washington State's largest Dutch settlement. Often called a "Dutch-American Town," Lynden is an incredible travel destination ...View More
Whatcom Falls Park is a 240-acre city park on the eastern edge of Bellingham. This public space features modern park amenities, well-maintained hiking trails, and plenty of open space to explore. Perhaps most notable about this city park are the four different waterfalls created by the cascading Whatcom Creek that ...View More