For yet another new endeavor, Echoes will be hosting a monthly gathering in which we invite a member from the larger Bellingham community to share about their life - why are they here? what are they doing to make life better here in the ‘ham? how can we learn from them?
The goal is to create better networks here in Bellingham. We’ll be recording these sessions in hopes of launching a podcast that seeks to give voice to even more Bellinghamsters, developing a broader web of neighbors who know each other. We live in an amazing place with amazing people - it’s worthwhile to get to know others!
Our dialogue partner for March is Sean Dwyer, a Senior Instructor of Spanish at Western Washington University. A nine-year resident of Bellingham, he is the author of a forthcoming memoir, A Quest for Tears: Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury. He will discuss facets of his life he has had to release, others he has chosen to release, and insights he has gained into life.
Snacks: feel free to bring some. Abundant snacks for all!
Location: The Connections Classroom at the downtown Community Co Op Bakery, Suite 103 at 405 E Holly St.
PLEASE NOTE regarding PARKING and CLASSROOM ACCESS: do not park in front of the bakery or in the Co Op’s main parking area. You can park on the street or in the parking lot behind the bakery in the lot that is accessible from the alley off of Holly Street. The classroom is accessed through its dedicated, separate entrance, suite 103, which faces Holly Street.