The annual Birch Bay Polar Bear Plunge attracts hundreds of people each year who brave the cool January 1 temperatures and run into the ocean. It’s a fun (and chilly) way to celebrate the new year. Even if you don’t plan on jumping in, there’s something fun about watching other people brave the cold water. […]
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The annual Birch Bay Ring of Fire & Hope takes place each December 31st at 7pm. Everyone heads down to the shore and lights a biodegradable road flare and places it near the water. With hundreds and hundres of people all around the bay participating, the effect is beautiful and the entire bay looks like […]
Last week the new design for the proposed Birch Bay Library was released to the public. The 7,600 square foot building has been drawn up by Zervas Architects of Bellingham, WA. The new library will be located at 7920 Birch Bay Drive on property that was purchased by the WCLS after approval by the board […]
It’s that time of year again! The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce AGM has been scheduled for October 20th from 4pm-7pm at the Birch Bay Village Club House. All current members are welcome and they may bring a guest (their plus 1) for the event. The Chamber will provide utensils, plates, cups, chips, hot dogs, hamburgers, […]
Sept 1 & 2 is the last big festival of summer in Birch Bay – Discover Days! This fun event includes our famous annual parade (now accepting entries) and crab derby. The event kicks off on Saturday morning with vendors opening at 10am and the Crab Derby start. The Crab Derby is open to everyone […]
In August the sun is shining bright and it’s the perfect time to turn back the clock in Birch Bay with the Rollback Weekend. It’s a Saturday and Sunday full of classic cars, classic live music, and local vendors. The event is FREE to the public and you can register your car for the car […]
Enjoy some spectacular music at the Semiahoo Marina Satuday July 14th from 4-8pm.
Members of the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce are invited to hang their banners along the fence at the Sand Sculpture contest July 14th and 15th. This is a great way to get visibility for your business and is a free service included with your membership. Please drop off banners at the visitor center between […]
Whatcom county has released a “Celebrate Safely” guide for the the 4th of July. Please see the information provided below.
High School teens are invited to attend the Healthy Youth Summer Kickoff event in Blaine June 29th.