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July 27, 2018

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Fairhaven Neighbors is recognized by the City of Bellingham as the non-profit organization representing the Fairhaven neighborhood community in Bellingham, Washington. The purpose of the association is to preserve, protect, and enhance the physical, economic, and social well being of the Fairhaven neighborhood; and to provide a means for citizen involvement in broader community and civic affairs; and to perform other charitable acts.
By participating and working together, we can make our neighborhood the very best it can be.
Fairhaven Neighbors Monthly Meeting

Join us from 7 to 9 p.m. on the First Wednesday of each month (except August & Dec.) at the Chuckanut Center at 103 Chuckanut Drive.
Meetings generally have an informative presentation during the first half, followed by a break for social time and refreshments, then re-convening for a business meeting. Neighbors are encouraged to come, and may stay for the full two hours, or you are welcome to slip out before the business meeting begins at 8 p.m. If you have a neighborhood issue you would like to see addressed, please contact Brooks Anderson or any board member. 

Check out the Neighborhood News (at right) for upcoming dates and topics of discussion


No meeting August 1st

Save the date!

Fairhaven Neighbors Annual Summer Garden Party & Potluck. August 26, 4 to 7 pm at Fairhaven Community Garden (10th and Wilson).

Fairhaven children of all ages are encouraged to come and enjoy:

reconnect with a neighbor and/or meet a new neighbor. Fairhaven

Neighbors will provide our great barbeque of salmon, hot dogs, and

veggie burgers. There will be games, music and lots of fun for all.

The City will supply  their Party Trailer with supplemental games,

tables and chairs.

See and learn about our newly installed water tank to harvest

rainwater (all we need is rain, not on August 26th, but soon after).

This was made possible by a $2,000 grant from the City, donations

from neighbors, and follow through by the Gardeners and Fairhaven

Neighbors. Thanks to all who participated.

More details in the future. If you can and would like to help

(volunteer) call Brooks at 360 220-6938 

See Fairhaven Development Status button at the top of this page to link to May 2018 map of Fairhaven Development

Click on ‘Notes From the President’ up and to the left for more neighborhood news.