The first Whatcom Water Week is here. From walking tours to beach cleanups to rainwater workshops, the aim of the education and celebration.
The county-wide event has loads of activities also throughout the week, which ends Sept. 25.
â€œWe wanted to offer something for all sorts of people around the idea of water being an integral and important part of Whatcom County,â€ said Sue Blake, one of the organizers and the water resource educator for Washington State University’s Whatcom County Extension and Washington Sea Grant.
Today’s event are
1. A 1 hour and 15 minute tour from 2pm, 3:45pm of the wastewater treatment facility at the Post Point Pollution Control Plant, 200 McKenzie Ave, Tours are open to ages 8 through adult. No high heels or open-toe shoes, groups of 20 or less. Large groups/classes can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a private tour.
2. What’s for Dinner? A Fun Family Feeding Frenzy at the Marine Life Center 3L30pm at Marine Life Center, 1801 Roeder Ave.
3. Water Talent Show 7-9pm at Nooksack Valley High School PAC, 3326 East Badger Rd, Everson