Residents attend an open house at Hatch, a business incubator program meant to fill empty spaces in the downtown area, during an ArtWalk event held Friday, August 7. The plan is to use the space at 1302 Commercial Ave. to showcase the products of several entrepreneurs.The Downtown Upcycle ThrowDown, an art and sustainability challenge event created by Ragfinery and the Lydia Place Community Thrift Store, Wise Buys, kicked off the Hatch business incubator program. Pictured is Kim Masser’s “Neko Cosplay” a Japanese anime cat costume created from a jacket,skirt, and fur.
Residents attend an open house at Hatch, a business incubator program meant to fill empty spaces in the downtown area, during an ArtWalk event held Friday, August 7. The plan is to use the space at 1302 Commercial Ave. to showcase the products of several entrepreneurs.The Downtown Upcycle ThrowDown, an art and sustainability challenge event created by Ragfinery and the Lydia Place Community Thrift Store, Wise Buys, kicked off the Hatch business incubator program. Pictured is Kim Masser’s “Neko Cosplay” a Japanese anime cat costume created from a jacket,skirt, and fur. Dylan Green Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Residents attend an open house at Hatch, a business incubator program meant to fill empty spaces in the downtown area, during an ArtWalk event held Friday, August 7. The plan is to use the space at 1302 Commercial Ave. to showcase the products of several entrepreneurs.The Downtown Upcycle ThrowDown, an art and sustainability challenge event created by Ragfinery and the Lydia Place Community Thrift Store, Wise Buys, kicked off the Hatch business incubator program. Pictured is Kim Masser’s “Neko Cosplay” a Japanese anime cat costume created from a jacket,skirt, and fur. Dylan Green Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

New program aims to hatch businesses in downtown Bellingham

August 12, 2015 04:30 AM