Welcome to Connect Ferndale!
We are so glad you are here!
Who we are
Time to celebrate Juneteenth!
Connect Ferndale welcomes the community to a film screening featuring two short films by local filmmaker Remy Styrk, I Am The Hope and The Dream and Before I. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker and two of the stars, along with light refreshments and a chance to mingle and chat. The screening will be held at the Ferndale Library on Saturday, June 17th 2023 from 2 - 4 pm. Come to learn about the Black experience in Whatcom County from the perspective of a selection of community leaders who share their stories.
Ferndale History Walk
Learn the unique and untold history of Ferndale on a free walk led by Western Washington University history major CeCe White.
Stay Safe From Hate
Did you know that since the start of the pandemic, Anti-Asian racism in the form of threats and acts of violence has risen 150%. We denounce these acts, and encourage everyone in Ferndale to educate themselves about this issue and practice solutions. The "Stay Safe From Hate" booklet teaches simple ways to stay safe and also create safety for others who may be in harm's way. Please take a look ad commit to calling out anti-Asian sentiment when you hear and see it.
Connect Ferndale is a program of Ferndale Community Services
Ferndale Community Services is a 501c3 serving Ferndale and North Whatcom County through a variety of community services programs. FCS's mission is to understand and alleviate unmet needs by providing resources and connection. FCS envisions a thriving community where everyone is supported and valued and their basic needs are met.