Best Bets: Sacred Bass Session blends music, yoga, live art at Bellingham studio


Sacred Bass Session 4: Balance

"Sacred Bass Session 4: Balance," which features a unique blend of music, yoga, live art, dance and more, will be held at 8 p.m., Friday, March 21 at Presence Studio, at 1412 Cornwall Ave. in Bellingham.


Boogie Universal, Destination Burning Man and Acorn Productions present Sacred Bass Session 4: Balance at 8 p.m., Friday, March 21.

The event, which features a unique blend of music, yoga, live art, dance and more, will be held at Presence Studio, at 1412 Cornwall Ave. in Bellingham.

Tickets are $12 in advance at the Bellingham Co-op or online at; $15 at the door.

The event is geared for those 18 and older, but young children are welcome with parents.

Featured acts will include: Cascadia Plantrae, soulful violin and beats; Goopsteppa, deep future bass; Ninjamonk, mystical sacred bass; storytelling and violin with Swil Kanim from Lummi Nation; yoga and song with Gentri Watson Music of 3 Oms Yoga; SynchroniciTEA House, live painting, vending, and community.

The spring equinox is the time in the earth's annual cycle around the sun when day and night are balanced in equal length. The days finally start to get longer after winter's depths of darkness, and life springs forth from death. For many different cultures around the planet, it is a time of spiritual resurrection, a season of rebirth and a return to the light. Join us for Sacred Bass Session #4, poised in Balance between the light and the dark.

More info at 360-739-1724 or


Local artists will present "Home: Through Our Eyes," an event showcasing the efforts of Whatcom Community College students enrolled in Anne George's Humanities 101 class, along with other works from talented local artists, as they portray what home means to them.

The free event will start at 5 p.m. Friday, March 21 at the Kulshan Building at Whatcom Community College, 237 W. Kellogg Road in Bellingham.

Free parking is located behind Cascade Hall.

This is a Service-Learning partnership between WCC students and local non-profit sponsors: Make.Shift Art Space, Whatcom Community College, and the Bellingham Arts Commission.

The artwork conveys home as viewed by the individual artist through any medium desired. The display will be in the downstairs commons of the Kulshan Building on WCC's campus.


Help the Red Cross 'Fill the ERV' from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, March 21 at the Barkley Haggen store, 2900 Woburn St. in Bellingham.

Each year it costs the Mt. Baker Chapter of the Red Cross $27,000 to stock the Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) with disaster relief supplies such as blankets, emergency food, water, and personal hygiene kits.

The community is invited to stop by Haggen to get a tour of the ERV, pick up some preparedness brochures, and make a donation to help local disaster victims.

Haggen will donate 1 percent of revenue that day to the campaign as well.

More information at 360-733-3290.

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