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Whatcom Museum to begin offering 1 free-admission day per month

Grant opens doors to community connections

Yam Dwyer and Jessi Rado perform a collaborative song in front of a standing microphone as an audience watches.
Yam Dwyer, left, and Jessi Rado perform a collaborative song at the opening reception for Whatcom Museum's Bellingham National exhibition, “Acts of Healing and Repair.” Thanks to an “Access for All” grant the museum recently received, each first Friday of the month will see an expanded amount of events featuring local and regional artists and performers, free entry and later hours of operation. The first one takes place Friday, Jan. 5. (Andrew Ford/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
Whatcom Museum will begin offering one day of free admission per month for the next three years, beg
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