For information or to register for an event please call 383-3320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, July 10: Pottery Party event. Create your own serving platter at Whatcom’s Roe Studio under the guidance of art instructor Rob Beishline. You will learn techniques as you work the clay to design a unique platter. We have a couple of spaces available for an enjoyable afternoon of pottery, wine and cheese. $125 per person
Friday, August 1: Whatcom Chautauqua is back by popular demand. The Whatcom Chautauqua is a robust day of our College’s most dynamic faculty, speaking on subjects they love. Enjoy morning coffee and fresh-baked pastries along with an entertaining opening talk on 50 years of college history. The day includes a locavore lunch with President Kathi, and an optional campus art tour following “class.”
$150 per person
Your topics of study for the day include four entertaining and thought provoking presentations:
The Future of Math in 3-D: you’ll learn about 3-D printing and how it is used in math and science;
Why Still So Few? The “Woman Problem” in STEM: hear from women in the STEM fields;
Intensities of Silence: using silence in music to evoke emotions in the listener; and
Out of the Lab and Into the Real World: explore community service projects done by WCC students.
Tuesday, September 12: invitation-only President’s Circle evening: artisan food and drink, spotlight on new college initiatives
Thursday, October 5: STEM-focused campus open house; Chuckanut Radio Hour featuring author Nathalia Holt, Rise of the Rocket Girls
Tuesday, October 17: Ted Talk; education looks into the future; The Pickford
Friday, October 27: invitation-only Donor Appreciation Breakfast features WCC scholarship recipients sharing their stories
Register now for curated tours of WCC’s 50th anniversary history exhibition at the Whatcom Museum
Space is limited for April 15 and April 26 tours. Reservations required.
Bellingham, Wash. -- To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Whatcom Community College is partnering with the Whatcom Museum to present a college history exhibition at Old City Hall, 121 Prospect Street, Bellingham, through May 31. Now, guests have two special opportunities to tour the exhibition with long-time WCC faculty member Bob Winters, who will share stories that bring the display to life.
Curated tours with Winters are 2-3 p.m. Saturday, April 15 and 12:30-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26. Space is limited to 20 guests; reservations are required. Please RSVP to email@example.com. There is no fee for this special event. Registered guests will have access to the entire Whatcom Museum campus after the tour. Participants will check in at the Old City Hall front desk five minutes before the start of the tour.
The exhibition Focus on 50: Whatcom Community College at the Whatcom Museum shares the story of Whatcom through photos, artifacts and recorded memories. The history exhibition will move to WCC’s campus in June.
Contact: Mary Vermillion, Whatcom Community College PIO, 360.383.3310, firstname.lastname@example.org