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Tour the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes

Post Date:11/08/2016 10:19 a.m.

Bellingham, Wash. – Step back in time to Victorian London, home to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary literary detective, with a Dec. 9 road trip to the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle. Registration deadline is Dec. 2 at noon.

Solve a baffling new case using Holmes' famous methods of deduction and participate in experiments featuring 1890s scientific innovations and tools. Dive into history with a glimpse of Conan Doyle's life experiences as they relate to his creation of Sherlock Holmes, and explore the lasting impact of this character through scripts, costumes, and behind-the-scenes tools from such pop culture sensations as BBC's “Sherlock” and CBS' “Elementary.”

Road trip offered through Whatcom Community College’s Community & Continuing Education program. The $89 course fee includes exhibition admission and transportation provided by day trip partner, Bellair Charters. After touring the exhibit, participants will have time to enjoy lunch on their own and tour the rest of the Pacific Science Center or neighboring attractions. Bus leaves WCC at 9 a.m.; departs Seattle at 4 p.m. Ages 12 and up registered with a parent or guardian are welcome. To register call 360.383.3200 or enroll online whatcomcommunityed.com.

About Whatcom: Whatcom Community College is a regionally and nationally accredited two-year college with an accomplished faculty and staff who serve 11,000 students annually. On its campus in Bellingham, Wash., and through online courses, Whatcom offers transfer and professional-technical degrees as well as basic education, job skills training, and community and continuing education classes. The College will offer a BAS degree in IT Networking, beginning fall 2017. Based on student outcomes, the Aspen Institute ranks Whatcom among the top nine community and technical colleges in Washington state and among the top 150 in the nation. For more information, visit whatcom.edu.

Contact: Mary Vermillion, Whatcom Community College PIO, 360.383.3310, pio@whatcom.ctc.edu

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