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Tue, Jul 02

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Cordata Park, Bellingham

Disabled Hikers Community Picnic and Meet and Greet

Open to all: Bring a picnic, hang out with community, or just stop by to say hello!

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Disabled Hikers Community Picnic and Meet and Greet
Disabled Hikers Community Picnic and Meet and Greet

Time & Location

Jul 02, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM PDT

Cordata Park, Bellingham, 4510 Cordata Pkwy, Bellingham, WA 98226, USA

About the event

Come celebrate Disability Pride Month with Disabled Hikers! We are hosting a community picnic and meet n greet at Cordata Park in north Bellingham. This event is open to all disabled and non-disabled community! Cordata Park is a new, accessible park with a playground, picnic areas, bike pump track, trails, and more. We will hang out at the picnic area; you are also welcome to stroll the trails or bring the kids and play on the playground. Bring a picnic or just stop by and say hello!

Please RSVP so we can plan appropriately. Full event details will be emailed to you after registration.

Amenities 

Accessible restrooms, playground, picnic tables

Pets

Service animals are always welcome. For this event, you are welcome to stop by with a pet.

Cost

Free. Donations accepted.

Parking

Paved parking lot with at least 8 ADA spots

Transit

Whatcom Transit Routes 24 and 29 stop at Cordata Parkway and Horton Rd, across the street from the park.

Please Remember: We practice Covid and illness transmission safety at all of our events. We ask everyone to wear a mask unless you are eating or drinking, and to distance from those who do wear a mask when you are not. We will have a couple of tables set up for picnicking and others set up for socializing while wearing a mask.

About Disabled Hikers

Disabled Hikers is an inclusive Disabled-led and cross-disability focused organization grounded in principles of disability justice. We are explicitly anti-racist and LGBTQ+ affirming. We celebrate Disabled people's experiences in the outdoors; facilitate those experiences through events, trails guides, and resources; and advocate for social change.

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