BELLINGHAM - Washington State Parks has changed the meeting place for a summer series on the plants, animals, history and geology of Larrabee State Park. Attendees should go to the main park entrance at 245 Chuckanut Drive, across the highway from the welcome center. The next program is on Saturday, June 30.
The series will be led by Marilyn Boysen, an authority on local biology and the speaker for the Bellingham Public Library's Wonders of Whatcom series. Programs run from 1 to 2 p.m. Other dates are July 14, Aug. 11 and Sept. 1.
Visitors to the park must have a Discover Pass, which costs $30 a year and can be purchased online at discoverpass.wa.gov.
Reach RALPH SCHWARTZ at email@example.com or call 715-2261.