Coming Events


Hi Freedom Loving Friends!

A BIG THANKS to all of you who showed up to the Peaceful Rally at Bham St. Jo's Hospital on Saturday September 17th on WHO's World Patient Safety Day! The families of of those who died or were injured from Hospital Covid Death Treatment Protocols expressed their heartfelt gratitude online to those of us who stood to honor and remember all of their deceased/injured loved ones on Saturday. Some of the comments from families will be shared on Wednesday at the next BeBraveWA meeting.

Please join community members for the Virtual Bham City Council Town Hall TONIGHT/Monday at 6pm regarding Funding Priorities. General Public Comments are allowed via Zoom, each Speaker is allowed 2 minutes. The link is at:

There is another IMPORTANT In-Person Town Hall Tuesday evening from 5pm-6:30pm (details are below) regarding the Increase of Crime in our community.

And as I have mentioned over the last month~ please consider getting YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER (food, water, supplies, medications, supplements, finances). We all must be prepared for anything (i.e. recession, hyperinflation, severe food shortage, stock market crash, Great Depression, natural disaster, etc.).

And thank you for sharing the website with others to help educate as many community members as possible.


* E-mails regarding covid-related issues and/or other concerns can be sent to all Bellingham City Council Members at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and to all Whatcom County Council Members at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..





Monday Sept 19th:

  • 6pm Virtual Bham City Council Town Hall regarding Funding Priorities (link is above). General Public Comments are allowed via Zoom, each speaker is allowed 2 minutes.

Tuesday Sept 20th:

  • 5pm-6:30pm In-Person Town Hall regarding the Increase of Crime in our community (Old City Hall Rotunda Room at Whatcom Museum 121 Prospect St., Bham). Panel of law enforcement (including Sheriff Elfo), health experts, and elected officials. This Town Hall is hosted by Downtown Bham Partnership and the Bham Regional Chamber of Commerce. Doors open at 4:30pm. Please RSVP and submit questions at:

  • 7pm BeBraveWA GMRS/Ham Radio Check-In (this usually takes less than 10 minutes). The Radio Net will be using the new Lookout and Sumas Mountain Repeaters. Please email John with any questions and to get the new Frequency/Tone to update your radio.

Wednesday Sept 21st:

  • 7pm Be Brave Washington Meeting

Before the meeting begins there will be:

* 6pm-7pm Social/Networking time.

* 6pm-7pm Listening Circle with Frank.

* 6pm-7pm Constitution Study with Doris.

Saturday Sept 24th:

  • 6pm-10pm Swing Dance at Forge Fitness, upstairs (100 Drayton St., Lynden).

6pm- Intermediate Lindy Hop Lesson

7pm- Beginner Swing Lesson

8pm-10pm Social Dance

All Ages Welcome, Face Friendly, $7 cash donation. Must arrive by 8pm, entry door is locked after 8pm.

Sunday Sept 25th

  • 5pm-8pm Swing Dance & Potluck at Fredonia Grange (14245 McFarland Rd., Mt. Vernon). Drop-in lesson begins at 5pm, no partner/experience needed, donations appreciated.









  • Constitution Study is on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month from 6:00pm-6:50pm before the BeBraveWA meeting begins at 7:00pm. The group will be shifting focus and studying the Constitution as it applies to Election Integrity and Flood Prevention. All are welcome!

  • Freedom Fighter communication-focused meetings will be held at 6:30pm on the 2nd and 4th Monday in August to support community members on how to start having conversations that wake people up! Please email Richard for the location

  • Do you need help growing food, getting a garden started, or learning how to prune your fruit trees? If so, contact Bern at 360-410-6071 for a free on-site garden consultation, donations are appreciated.

  • If you are interested in participating in Ceremony, please contact Rainbow Medicine-Walker at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



If you have been wrongfully terminated because of the mandates, WA Civil Rights Council (WCRC) is prepared to help you seek justice. Please contact WCRC at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to inquire about the WCRC Wrongful Termination Pro Se Legal Action Program.


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