First Edition of the Bellingham Muse Released!

“People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness. Just because they’re not on your road doesn’t mean they’ve gotten lost.” ― Dalai Lama XIV

What we love about Bellingham is that there are many diverse thoughts and practices here.  Some are easy to find and others are not so easy. This newspaper’s goal is to highlight the many different organizations and people who provide services or products in Bellingham that inspire the mind, body and spirit.

We do not wish to tell you what to do or how to think.  Instead our goal is to help you find the road to fulfillment and happiness that is right for you. We do not have preference for any particular way, but instead want to make it easy for our readers to find all the opportunities available in our beautiful community.  Enjoy your journey!

We hope to build a place people can come to for inspiration for things to do, learn, experience or even share within our own community.  We have the physical paper for a hands on readers, and for our tech savvy we our website.  We encourage you to visit the website frequently as we will be updating and adding content regularly.

Informational available on the website that you will not find in the paper are:

  • Updated calendar of events (Have an event you want listed? Add it here)
  • Tune in for free weekly guided meditations for stress reduction tips during the holidays
  • Links to podcasts and videos
  • Special guest interviews
  • Input from our readers!

We would like to hear from our readers and invite you to share your own thoughts on matters including: your spiritual journey, stress relieving tips during the holidays and anything that inspires the mind, body or spirit.

A big thank you to all our wonderful contributors!

Thanks for letting the Muse inspire you.
-Alana & Kerri

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  1. The Western Washington University Music Department needed to reach out fast to the community regarding 3 important events: Western Washington University’s Concert Choir’s performance at 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2117 Walnut St. Leslie Guelker-Cone directs the choir, with the theme of “A Light in the Darkness: Songs of Hope and Comfort” and its Symphony Orchestra playing the first major performance of the 2013-14 season on Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center Concert Hall. The student string orchestra presented well-known works by Wagner, Sibelius, and Haydn under the baton of Roger Briggs; the concert was free and open to the public.

    All three events had a wonderful turnout and the Music Department was very pleased with the results. Thank you to the Bellingham Muse paper, on line website, and Facebook Fan Page for your assistance with our advertising efforts and we look forward to doing business with you in the near future.

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