At Bellingham High School auditorium. No registration required.It’s easy to imagine a court jester – the colorful trickster with bells jingling from his floppy hat. But have you ever seen one perform in real time? A rare treat, indeed! Enter the world of the Wise Fool, and take an inspiring journey to Medieval times.
Alex the Jester prefers action to words, from mind bending sight gags to amazing stunts (see video).When he finally clears his throat to speak, his audience is captivated. Rolling off his tongue is a funny sounding gibberish tongue called Grammelot. This universal language has been his ticket to The Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, The Singapore Arts Festival, Japan’s World Performance Festival, and theaters from Alaska to Australia.
For families. Kick off Bellingham Library’s summer reading program in style!!
Learn how to make some simple changes that can accelerate debt payoff and accumulate savings, all while maintaining your current lifestyle. Presented by Jason Anderson from Equity by Design. Please register.
Martha Peterson worked for the CIA and was one of the first women operations officers ever assigned to Moscow in the mid 1970s. Her husband, John Peterson, was a longtime Bellingham resident who also worked for the CIA and was killed in a helicopter crash in 1972. She will talk about her book, The Widow Spy,whichrecounts her experiences. Please register