Category Archives: Bellingham Sister Cities Association

All The Wild Horses – A Unforgettable Mongolian Adventure

October 13th at 8:45 PM, and October 15th at 5:15 PM, the Bellingham Sister Cities Association is proud to present All The Wild Horses at the Pickford Film Center. Follow international riders from around the world as they compete in … Continue reading

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Mayors From 7 Countries Convene In Bellingham For “Global Dialogue for Community Solutions”

In 1958 the City of Bellingham and the City of Tateyama, Japan established one of the first Sister City relationships after President Eisenhower started what is now known as the Sister Cities International. This year, 2018, marks the 60thanniversary of the … Continue reading

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Bellingham runners arrive in Port Stephens, Australia and meet up with runners from Tateyama, Japan

Nigel Dique, Chairman of the Port Stephens Sister Cities Committee reports the runners from Bellingham and Tateyama are in Port Stephens safely ensconced with their home hosts, all very excited and in good health, but a wee bit tired. Nigel met … Continue reading

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Bellinghamsters Running in Kangaroo Country

The Bellingham Sister Cities Association has expanded our Marathon Exchange Program to the shores of Port Stephens, Australia.  5 runners are arriving there in advance of the July 22 running of the Hunter Valley Marathon.           … Continue reading

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Ozzie Land Runners // Send OFF

THIS JUST IN! Five members of the Bellingham Sister Cities Association (BSCA) will be traveling to Port Stephans, Australia to participate in the Winery Running Festival on July 22nd, 2018. Their send off for the Australia trip will be on Thursday, July 12th … Continue reading

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2018 Tateyama Trip Participants Meet

We are celebrating 60 years of friendship with Tateyama this year. To mark this occasion we were invited to visit our friends in Tateyama this August 6th to 11th. We will be there for the big summer fireworks display. Tateyama Mayor, … Continue reading

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Ikebana For World Peace Spring Installation

Bellingham City Hall is now adorned with the spring installation of “Ikebana for World Peace”. You can go visit this exhibit at Bellingham City Hall, 210 Lottie Street, Bellingham WA 98225. While your there enjoy the beauty and the intoxicating … Continue reading

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You are cordially invited to the 2017 Annual Bellingham Sister Cites Association Dinner

Please join your other members for our 2017 Annual Dinner on July 20th, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM at Hovander Park in Ferndale (in the Main Picnic Shelter).  This years event will be both a report on our … Continue reading

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Bellingham Sister Cities Video – It’s All About World Peace

Bellingham Sister Cities Association Board Member Lauren McClanahan recently produced a video about the history and goals of the Association and the City of Bellingham. Featuring Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville, this video explores the experiences of some of its members … Continue reading

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Цагаан Сар/Tsagaan Sar Mongolian New Year Celebration!

Please join us for an afternoon of music, stories, food, good friends, and shared cultures! Where: Bellingham Yacht Club, 2625 N Harbor Loop Dr, Bellingham, Washington 98225 When: March 4, 2017; 12:00pm—3:00pm Can I contribute? It is a potluck! Please … Continue reading

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