Category Archives: Bellingham Sister Cities Association
A shinnenkai (Japanese 新年会, literally “new year gathering”) is the Japanese tradition of welcoming the arrival of the New Year. A shinnenkai is a shinnenkaiis their way of getting together to celebrate a new year and to make promises to each other to do their best for this … Continue reading
I hope everyone had a good summer. As you’ll note from the subject line, I’m now promoting a new film series called Masters of Asian Cinema. As I announced at the final film last year, the Masters of Japanese Cinema … Continue reading
Come join us in a celebration of the diversity of cultures, listen to the beautiful sounds of the North Stars Chamber Orchestra, enjoy the artwork produced by Artists with Disabilites from our seven sister cities and dine on a meal for … Continue reading
BSCA 777 Fundraiser Dinner is a great opportunity to celebrate diversity of cultures, while enjoying a delicious dinner. Vegetarians, beef eaters and seafood lovers will all be honored equally! The Bellingham Technical College will be preparing the following menu: Fruit … Continue reading
Come join us and the SISU Children’s Fund for an evening recognizing each of our Sister Cities, enjoy the artwork that is being produced by Artists With Disabilities from our countries and take advantage of the opportunity to purchase items … Continue reading
Meet the 2016 Lynda Hinton Windermere Sister Cities Ambassadors Ski to Sea Team! Thanks to Lynda Hinton, Managing Broker at Windermere Real Estate as team sponsor we will have a true international team. Additional financial support has been provided by Saturna Capital, Bellingham … Continue reading
Join us for this special event celebrating our Sister City Nakhodka Russia by registering here.
Some things are best said in pictures. Enjoy, and we will see you next year!
Japan Marathon Sendoff – Help send off local runner Holly Graham to Sister City Tateyama, Japan this Saturday for the 36th Wakashio Marathon with a big gambatte! woop! woop! Join our growing group of locals who have run the Wakashio and … Continue reading