Mentoring Matters – Pledge for Kids

Screen Shot 2013-05-29 at 10.57.05 AMPresented by the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Washington, Mentoring Matters is an evening affair aimed to shed awareness and keep the BBBS organization in the Bellingham Community.  We need the local community to support our mission of mentoring youth facing adversity in Whatcom & Skagit Counties, states the local BBBS Organization. So come down to the Boundary Beer Garden and enjoy live music, entertainment, raffles and make a financial pledge to prove “Mentoring Matters” in our community! All proceeds from the night will benefit the Children served by the Big Brothers Big Sisters of NW WA.

Saturday, June 8th
$10 cover, all ages welcome
Music by Robert S.Blake, Chuck Dingee & Others.

Compassionate Friends All Ages Benefit Concert at Boundary Bay Brewery

This Sunday, September 5, following Trivia in the beer garden, Boundary Bay Brewery will be playing host to an all ages benefit concert for Compassionate Friends featuring live performances by So Adult, Burn Up and No-Fi Soul Rebellion.
Compassionate Friends is a non-profit organization formed 40 years ago in England to assist families toward the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child of any age and to provide information to help others be supportive. Today more than 600 chapters serving all 50 states plus Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico offer friendship, understanding, and hope to bereaved parents, siblings, grandparents, and other family members during the natural grieving process after a child has died.

The benefit will feature performances by local rock ‘n roll upstarts So Adult, Sean Meyer’s (of Scary Monster and the Super Creeps fame) newest band Burn Up, and local music institution, and all ages favorite No-Fi Soul Rebellion.

The show is all ages with doors opening at 7:30pm and a $3 cover.  Click here to view the Facebook event invitation.

The Late Show Returns TONIGHT @ Boundary Bay Brewery

Is it too much to ask for good, inexpensive live music that makes you feel like you are doing something good?  You know, makes you feel all warm and fuzzy and good karma-y?  Boundary Bay Brewery doesn’t think so.

Boundary Bay Brewery is pleased to to be raising the curtain on another season of The Late Show, a series of Friday night bi-monthly benefit concerts in the taproom featuring local, regional and national bands performing to raise money and awareness for Bellingham area non-profit organizations.

The Late Show season kicks off tonight with a barn burner of a dance party featuring performances by Bellingham’s own soul-punk duo No-Fi Soul Rebellion and Portland, Oregon’s record-scratchin’-sax-blowin’-one-man-can-of-rad Boy Eats Drum Machine with all proceeds going to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Washington.  The show is 21+ with a $4 cover and the the doors opening @ 10:30pm.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Washington are non-profit organization dedicated helping the youth of Whatcom & Skagit counties reach their potential by establishing professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships. To achieve their mission of successful mentoring relationships for all children who need and want them, Big Brothers Big Sisters recruits and trains dedicated volunteers to match with at-risk youth in the local community.  Through careful background checks, training and regular match support, Big Brothers Big Sisters is working to ensure that every child who needs a caring adult role model has one—contributing to brighter futures, better schools and stronger communities for generations to come.

For more information(or if you can’t make it to the show tonight but still want to help financially or through volunteering) visit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Washington’s website:

We hope to see you here tonight!