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Recreation Department – New Facebook Page
The Recreation Department is excited to share our new Facebook page! To find out info about the Community Center, Pools, Clubs, Classes, Parks, Trails, events and more check us out at: https://www.facebook.com/Sudden-Valley-Recreation-112804636851009/
Sudden Valley Celebrates: 4th of July a Day at the Park
Breakfast with Santa
Holiday Craft Fair; 11/17/18
Sommer Cronck will also be there hosting a food drive for our Sudden Valley Community Cupboard for families in need.
Interactive Lecture by Larry Gerber 10/4/18
You are invited to attend a FREE interactive Lecture on the “Language of Art” taught by renowned artist Larry Gerber. In this lecture, you will learn the basics of how to read a painting, painting vocabulary, and the step by step process of constructing a painting. The lecture will be held on October 4, 2018 at 5:00pm in the Dance Barn at the Community Center. This lecture is a precursor for a 3-day art session and art classes that will be held after this lecture. More info about the 3-day art session and classes will be posted. If interested in any of the above, please contact Larry Gerber at 561-602-0432 or email@example.com.
49th Annual Kid’s Fishing Derby
Landscaping for Native Pollinators
Pollinators need homes and food. The WSU Master Gardeners will show you how to create a little bit of bee heaven in your backyard.
Veggie Gardening 101: Seeds vs. Starts
WSU Whatcom Master Gardeners can help you navigate the best options for direct seed vs. using transplants or starts in your garden. Information includes planning, planting, and timing for best results
Dog Day Afternoons
Cuddle up with a good book and read to a canine friend from the Whatcom Humane Society. Choose your half-hour between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. and read once a week for three weeks. Must be able to read with animal help. All dogs have completed basic obedience and/or have participated in WHS education programs. Space is limited; registration required. To register, call 360.305.3632 or visit the South Whatcom Library.