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With the holiday season upon us we have developed the perfect run/walk challenge to raise your spirits no matter which one is your favorite

Learn to use the Bellingham Makerspace's vinyl cutter to make wall art, stickers, banners, signs and more!

Participants will learn the basics of vector design, how to cut, prepare and stick the vinyl efficiently to any non-porous surface.

  • Class Length: 1 Hour

  • All materials and equipment provided
  • Prerequisites: None, but previous experience with a vector design program like Adobe Illustrator Inkscape (which is free and open source) is helpful.

  • Each participant will make, cut, prepare and stick their own laptop/phone sticker!

Important Information Class fees : All class fees include materials. If you are a current Bellingham Makerspace member or volunteer you may select the discounted member registration. Cancellations: All classes have a minimum number of participants. If the instructor specified number is not reached 24hrs before the class is scheduled to start, the class will be cancelled and any registrations refunded. Refund policy: You may request a refund from Eventbrite no later than 24hrs before the class starts (Eventbrite fees are non refundable). After that point instructors and participants are committed and we won't be able to provide any refunds. Donations: Want to help the financially challenged?, donate any amount to the Bellingham Makerspace Scholarship Fund. We want to make it possible for everyone to take the classes they want to take. Other FAQs

  • When and where to arrive?
    • Plan to arrive 5-10 minutes before class so that you have time to sign-in.
    • Use the main Technology Development Center entrance, follow the hall back and turn left. Bellingham Makerspace is at the end of the hall.
  • What to bring/not to bring?
    • For shop class personal safety, please wear closed-toe shoes, tie long hair back, and avoid any dangling jewelry or baggy clothing.
    • If the class involves computers, bring your laptop PC if you have one.
  • Is there an age limit?
    • All our classes are 18+ (14-18 with parental permission) unless otherwise indicated in the class description.

Other questions? Email us at manager@bellinghammakerspace.org

Oct 21 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm Bellingham Technical College - HC 108 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225 View A Map to This Event View This Event

Want to continue your career as a registered nurse? Join us for an information session for Bellingham Technical College’s LPN-RN Nursing program. The info sessions are free and open to the public, and family members of prospective students are welcome to attend. The sessions will provide information about BTC’s Nursing program, requirements for the program and the admissions process. Attendees can learn more about continuing their nursing education at BTC and hear about transfer options for those interested in earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Welcome to Island Girl Paint Parties! One of a kind experience for over 3 years. All my classes are always stress free, and can be customized to your liking. I provide a detailed step by step instruction that is tailored to your learning style.$35 includes a 16x20 Canvas, supplies and personalized instruction.My parties are social events, where you can enjoy talking and being with your friends. No pressure, no stress, just a fun night out with your loved ones :)Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least 48 hours before a scheduled class. Giving us the opportunity to fill the spot. You may cancel by phone or online. If you have to cancel your class, we offer you a credit to use at another class, if you cancel before the 48 hours, but do not offer refunds. You may use these credits towards any future class. However, if you do not cancel prior to the 48 hours, you will lose the payment for the class.

Geared towards: General public

Many people who are concerned about homelessness have never experienced it for themselves. We often hear assumptions about how people end up homeless. Some wonder what the experiences of people who’ve gotten out of homelessness can tell us. This is your chance to meet some of our neighbors who have survived homelessness here in Whatcom County, and ask your own questions. This will be an intimate community conversation where all are welcome to join, listen, and learn without judgement.

This moderated discussion will be followed by dessert and an opportunity to continue the conversation informally.

Space is limited, so please RSVP only if you can commit to attending.

  • This event is part of Housing Week by Whatcom Houisng Alliance. Learn more about the full week of events.
  • By attending a this event, you are agreeing to our events code of conduct.
  • This event takes place at an accessible location. 

A Note About Ticket Types:  

There are three different Ticket Types. You will need to choose the appropriate one in order to register. 

WA State Weatherization (WX) Agency, Tribal, or WA State Department of Commerce Staff:Those who are employees of a Commerce-recognized WA State Wx Agency, a staff member of one of WA State's Tribes (with approval by Commerce), or Commerce staff. The list of Commerce-recognized WA State Weatherization Agencies can be viewed here

WA State Wx Agency-Associated Contractor:Contractors working under one of the WA State Wx Agencies (see above).  At registration, you will be required to list the WA State Wx Agency(ies) you are associated with.General Public/Non-Associated Contractor:Those who neither work for nor under (as a contractor) one of the WA State Wx Agencies (see above). 

 

Session Description: 

Blower Door and Pressure Diagnostics 

8 hours

Cost:  $350

BPI CEUs:  3.25

 

Prerequisite: Some previous experience using the blower door. Session Description: 8 hours (1/4 day classroom, ¾ day laboratory), bring a calculator.

 

The Blower Door and Pressure Diagnostics one day class is designed to provide new and current Building Analysts with the information needed to complete building envelope diagnostics in accordance with, the BPI Building Analyst Technical Standards and the Washington State Department of Commerce Weatherization Specifications.

Each attendee will participate in classroom work and hands on work in the lab using blower doors and manometers to complete building envelope diagnostic testing. Each attendee will participate in the diagnostic testing in order to complete a Diagnostic Test Report (required by Washington State Dept of Commerce) for the test house.

 

Attendees must come prepared for classroom work and for crawling and climbing in confined spaces. Please bring your calculator and flashlights. 

 

Specific tasks in the classroom will include:

 

1. Review Basic Building Science Principles

2. Review the use of manometers and pressure.

3. Learn about what information a blower door can provide.

4. Understand how the blower door relates to the ventilation standards, ASHRAE 62.89 and 62.2010.

5 Be able to turn a CFM50 into ACH@50, ALA and CFM”n”.

6. Be introduced to the house depressurization chart and learn how to use it for predicting outcomes of house tightening. 

 

Specific tasks in the Lab will include:

1. Using a manometer to measure pressure.

2. Using a blower door to measure house leakage.

3.Using zonal pressures to determine zone connectedness to inside and outside.

4. Use a pressure pan to determine duct system connectedness to outside.

5. Take dominant duct leak test and all doors closed effect test to determine HVAC interaction with the building envelope.

6. Measure fan flows to determine ventilation effectiveness in relation to building tightness.

Oct 22 8:30 am – 10:30 am Building Industry Association of Whatcom County 1650 Baker Creek Pl, Bellingham, WA 98226 View A Map to This Event View This Event

Geared towards: Industry professionals

Design professionals in the urban built environment often advocate for “good density.” But what exactly does that look like, and how specifically can the planning, design, and construction of housing options support vibrant communities? How can the integration of new housing center equity, sustainability and livability in rapidly changing neighborhoods?

Guest Speaker: Michael Mortensen, MCIP RPP

This event is eligible for 2 AIA HSW credits. 

This event is part of Housing Week by Whatcom Houisng Alliance. Learn more about the full week of events.

By attending a this event, you are agreeing to our events code of conduct.

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