Events

Ahoy Mateys! It be time for a Sea Shanty Sing-Along!

Ahoy Mateys!  It be time for a Sea Shanty Sing-Along!

It’s that time of year again, time for Bellingham’s Annual SeaFeast Festival, celebrating Bellingham’s maritime bounty and heritage. A few years ago we joined forced with our beloved Sea Shanty Singalong to start a new SeaFeast tradition!This year we will be singing salty songs in the Mountain Room at Boundary Bay, following the Fisher Poets on Bellingham Bay on Saturday, September 21st.

Pilot Pride Tours!

We Good TIme Girls have PRIDE in History!

We have been working on amassing as much local LGBTQ related Belling-history as possible over the years. This is an ongoing project to which we are dedicated! We are excited to share what we know thus far with y’all in a free PILOT tour this weekend during Bellingham PRIDE. If one fills up, we will add more as we are able! The tours are free but we appreciate pre-registration if possible:

Summer Kickoff Party! Bellingham CRIBS Episode 2, History Bingo and Beer!

Summer Kickoff Party!  Bellingham CRIBS Episode 2, History Bingo and Beer!

We’re having a party to celebrate the kickoff of our 2019 Summer Tour Season, and the premier of BELLINGHAM CRIBS EPISODE 2! THURSDAY JUNE 20th from 7-9 PM in the MOUNTAIN ROOM AT BOUNDARY BAY

Three FREE Summer Tours!

Three FREE Summer Tours!

We’re excited to announce this opportunity to get outside and get some FREE Belling-history this summer with three guided historical tours in partnership with the Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department.

Good Time Girl guides will lead three different historical walking tours based around Maritime Heritage Park and Whatcom Creek!

Victorian bicycles and corsets: Two Village Books events co-sponsored by The Bureau!

Victorian bicycles and corsets: Two Village Books events co-sponsored by The Bureau!

When and why were roads first paved on a major scale?  What's the difference between an Ordinary and a safety?  What revolutionary change came to cycling in the 1890's, what significance did the bicycle have for women - and why did penny-farthings have such a big front wheel? Learn the answers to these questions, and many more. Join husband and wife Gabriel and Sarah Chrisman as they give a presentation about Victorian bicycles. They will travel to Bellingham from Port Townsend on their historic bikes, Gabriel on his 1887 Singer Challenge bicycle.