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Flagship festival to feature fireside visual, performing arts on Bellingham’s waterfront

Enjoy 'folk, light, and lore’ at evening events Jan. 18–20

Andy Phillips wraps a metal rod into a spiral in preparation for a fire pit art installation.
Andy Phillips wraps a metal rod into a spiral on Tuesday, Jan. 9 for a fire pit art installation at the Fire & Story festival. The fire pit will feature four, 14-foot pillars supporting a giant metal jellyfish hanging over the open flame. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ava Ronning News Intern
Performing and visual arts will come to life in a free, first-of-its-kind festival set against the b
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