BELLINGHAM HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL
respect, climate change, resilience, indigenous rights. Learn about these issues and more at the 15th
BELLINGHAM HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL, which begins on February 19th and
continues through Feb 28th.
The Opening Night of the Festival will be at Bellingham's Pickford Film Center on Bay Street, where the first film, “Wisdom to survive” will be shown both at 6:30 and 9 pm. Opening night will also include a silent auction.
films will be shown nightly at 7 pm at the Fairhaven College Auditorium and at
various venues throughout the County. All films are free and so is parking.
Come one, come all.
For additional information, see Bellingham HRFF (bhrff.webs.com)
The Friends of the Bellingham Public Library are having a Spring Book Sale.
Begins on Thursday, March 5th and runs through Saturday, March 7th.
There is a large selection of books and media for all ages. Most items are only $1 and tables are re-stocked continually.
Hours: 10am - 6pm
Thursday, March 5th & Friday, March 6th:
The $4 for a bag sale will be 10am - 1pm on Saturday, March 7th.
All proceeds benefit the library.