Boundary Bay is delighted and honored to have loyal ‘Bounders’ like Liz and Chuck Mather supporting our Brewery and Bistro. These awesome folks decided to have a painting done of their “favorite place”– Boundary Bay. But what’s uniquely special about this piece, is the fact that Liz and Chuck are highlighted in portrait, sitting together in the tap-room with their Boundary Ales. This painting epitomizes the contagious Bellingham community spirit, that keeps local businesses like us thriving… and ALL of us at Boundary Bay are truly honored.
Boris Budd. You probably have heard or seen that name somewhere if you live in Whatcom County. But who is he? An acquaintance? A forgotten friend? A local celebrity? WHY IS THAT NAME SOOOOO FAMILIAR!?!?
Let me clue you in:
Boris Budd is a local singer/songwriter who can usually be found pounding out his own politically charged anthems, praising deserving local talent, attending local bands’ shows, coordinating local charity events, reviewing locally released albums and hosting a local music podcast for local music rag What’s Up! Magazine. The key word here is local, unless you couldn’t tell. Boris Budd works tirelessly to not only promote his own music and his band, The Water Boarders, he also works just as hard to promote all facets of the Whatcom County music scene. Naturally, someone with so much time and effort invested in local music (and who has such a delightful alliteration for a name) is bound to come up in conversation when the topic of local music is brought up and is probably why, if you live in Bellingham, you recognize that name.
Boris Budd will be performing Friday, December 18 at Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro with Shawnee Kilgore and Luke Warm and the Moderates. The doors are at 10:30pm and there is a $4 with all proceeds going to the Whatcom Volunteer Center.