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Feb. 1 Chuckanut Radio Hour features best-selling author Melanie Benjamin

Tickets are now available for the 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1 Chuckanut Radio Hour. The Village Books event is hosted at Heiner Theater on the Whatcom Community College campus. The…

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Spice up your life!

A busy schedule filled with the demands of work, a family, a home, or the mundane errands life calls for, can easily suck us into a routine of fulfilling obligations….

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Small Business Saturday for your post-Thanksgiving shopping

It is a well-known, yet necessary evil that the weekend after Thanksgiving is one of the busiest shopping sprees of the year. What better way to burn off those gluttonous…

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Shop Local for the Holidays

November is in full-swing – shops have begun to tuck away the fall leaves and the assortment of pumpkin spiced treats and replace them with snowflakes, garland, twinkling lights, and…

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Writer’s Corner

Calling all writers and aspiring writers! Whether you’re a seasoned author or you’ve only been toying with a story idea, Fairhaven’s Village Books offers several resources to help cultivate your…

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Scenic hiking trails for Fall

For a few months out of the year, the signature evergreen woods and mountains of the Pacific Northwest become emblazoned with fiery red and brilliant gold. Lovers of Fall may…

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Must Love Dogs – Dog-friendly spots in and around Fairhaven

In our modern, pet-centric world, it’s not uncommon to see dogs alongside their owners in just about any activity or any place. Whether it’s hiking, paddle-boarding, or even surfing, dog-owners…

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Fall Fun

A quietness is settling in, the sun is retreating earlier in the day, there’s an acute chill growing in the air, and the leaves are beginning to glow, as they…

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Whatcom native rides cross-country for a cause

Former owner of beloved Village Books, Chuck Robinson, will be embarking on a cross-country bike ride September 1st in the name of three non-profits that aim to strengthen community resources—…

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Local Authors of Note – Noémi Ban

Noémi Ban is a Hungarian-born American Jew and survivor of the Holocaust who currently resides in Whatcom County, Washington and continues to give lectures as a public speaker and teacher well into her 90s….

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