The Uuntzbrella KAPOW Design Competition will be among the participants in the KAPOW Pop-Up Plaza on Friday and Saturday in The Bellingham Herald building parking lot in the 1100 block of North State Street, sponsored by Sustainable Connections. The Uuntzbrella is a public coin-operated dance floor, and won first place in the 2016 competition.
The Uuntzbrella KAPOW Design Competition will be among the participants in the KAPOW Pop-Up Plaza on Friday and Saturday in The Bellingham Herald building parking lot in the 1100 block of North State Street, sponsored by Sustainable Connections. The Uuntzbrella is a public coin-operated dance floor, and won first place in the 2016 competition. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
The Uuntzbrella KAPOW Design Competition will be among the participants in the KAPOW Pop-Up Plaza on Friday and Saturday in The Bellingham Herald building parking lot in the 1100 block of North State Street, sponsored by Sustainable Connections. The Uuntzbrella is a public coin-operated dance floor, and won first place in the 2016 competition. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
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Margaret Bikman writes about family activities in Whatcom County

KAPOW transforms the paved parking lot into a paradise pop-up plaza

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