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At 12 Noon Twenty-Five teams of civic minded involved community members will hitting the roads all over the Island to participate in umpteenth Annual Lummi Island Roadside Clean Up Event.  Please be extra cautious while driving between 12 and 4 today.  Slow down if you > > READ MORE
The good news is that all 25 of the major road segments have been adopted by 25 wonderful caring community members acting as team captains.  The even better news is that some of these captains are willing to take some extra help from the rest > > READ MORE
On Saturday April 10th - rain or shine the long overdue Lummi Island Spring Roadside Clean Up will be happening. As of today April 3rd, ALL Twenty Five available segments have been claimed by community members all over the island. Last spring it was canceled > > READ MORE
The library is celebrating Citizen Science month with the Heritage Trust and the Lummi Island Community Association by helping to provide some family-friendly resources! We have science related books and films available for check out and printed out resource packs for the Island promoted projects > > READ MORE
We want to inform you of a service notification that is affecting the website on Friday Night, March 26th, 11:00pm to Saturday, March 27th, 1:00am PDT (a 2 hour window)Our Hosting provider will be performing scheduled maintenance on the server. Users will experience a brief > > READ MORE
Whatcom County Council unanimously passed, with the support of the Lummi Island Ferry Advisory Committee, a $1 surcharge on most ferry fares. The surcharge will begin later in 2021. No start date has been set.[ Editor: possibly before Memorial Day was mentioned in a release > > READ MORE
Saturday, April 10 at 10:00 AM join the webinar with Caroline Nickerson from Scistarter.org The Lummi Island Heritage Trust, the Island Library, Lummi Island Community Association and Scistarter.org are joining forces to celebrate Citizen Science Month! Caroline will discuss Citizen Science and how to use > > READ MORE
The Lummi Island Ferry Advisory Committee (LIFAC) supports the ordinance establishing a $1 fare capital surcharge for our Lummi Island Ferry System being considered by Whatcom County Council this Tuesday.    County Council will vote Tuesday, March 23, after a public hearing about adding a $1 surcharge to > > READ MORE
Saturday April 10th Save the date!   This years LICA Roadside Cleanup is from Noon to 4pm  -  in conjunction with the Heritage Trust and Island Library celebration of Citizen Science Month. The Heritage Trust will be having a Citizen Science virtual event the same day at 10am. > > READ MORE
The Whatcom Chief will be out of service from 10:10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 10, for repairs of the Lummi Island docking facilities. The work will include fabrication, welding, and other specialized repairs.  “We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to > > READ MORE
We will be open our regular hours: Tuesday 1-7pm, Thursday and Saturday, 10-5pm.   Because library buildings are limited to 25 percent occupancy, patrons are encouraged to keep their visits brief. Island Library's limited occupancy will be 8 visitors inside the building at one time. Visitors must > > READ MORE
Well, that’s a little obvious since you’re reading this, but after months of work by the Board and Volunteers in our community we’re truly happy to announce it.To help you get started here’s a bit about what you’ll find. Because the system contains over 290 > > READ MORE
The president of the Lummi Island Community Association (LICA) board of directors, Louis Green—who preferred Lou among family and friends—died the end of January at age 71 in PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center, Bellingham. At the outset of his 5th year on the board he had > > READ MORE
Fire Safety Considerations: Please remember to only set off fireworks in a large unenclosed safe area and on a solid surface or sand.   Never hold a lit firecracker.   Any Flying fireworks are to be avoided (see below), but if you insist, they are > > READ MORE

Updated: 2021/06/20 @ 7:28 pm Tark Henderson

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