Events Calendar

Saturday, September 18 2021

September 18, 2021 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

Photo: Molly Rosenblum/Sam LaStrapes/Kodah

Visitors must adhere to our social distance walking visitor guidelines.

Bring your canine friends for an afternoon of romping in the garden.

For 2022 Dog Days dates click here.

September 18, 2021 - 11:00am - 4:00pm

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Visitors to Lynden must adhere to our social distance walking visitor guidelines.
FREE

This year, we are offering HOME 2021 as a series of dispersed events spanning the summer. These events will be small, in order to conform with public health guidelines, and will take place outdoors on Lynden’s grounds. We hope that these events, when taken together, will capture the spirit of art, food, and performance that we experienced at the HOME 2019 outdoor festival.

Browse our outdoor market featuring crafts and other goods from Africa, Asia, and Indigenous makers. Participants include:

Al Kahf Grocery Store: African and Asian goods
All Bead Up: Native American Beadwork and Crafts created by Native American hands
Ana Cummie: One-of-a-kind Malaysian treats and festive desserts, called kuih, and Asian beauty accessories, brooches, scarves, and dresses
Aung Myo Tin: Watercolor paintings of Myanmar landscapes and portraits by various Myanmar artists
Ceci.amatl: Papier-maché sculptures, plaster decor, Frida Kahlo figurines, mini frames, handmade painted candles, and clay earrings by Ceci Tejeda, representing Mexican culture and traditions, including el Día de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead)
Frey Faris: African and Ethiopian crafts and spices
Hmodern Made: Ashley Xiong’s Hmong handmade hair accessories
La Revo Books: La Revo Books offer a selection that is affordable, relevant and a reflejo of nuestra comunidad. New and used multilingual books for and by Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC), with a specialization in Latinx literature.
Mchete's African Treasures: Authentic, handmade African and Tanzanian clothing, fabric and accessories, and other African treasures
Native Nation Designs by Sabrina Lombardo: Modern native handcrafted jewelry and wearable art
Rohingya Muslim Women's Group coordinated by Mariam Binti Hussein: Specialty Malaysian food and fashion, including traditional baju melayu and baju burma
Rose Onama: African dolls, hair wraps, scarves, and small handmade gifts
Rosidah Abdul Shukor: The ultimate Malaysian street food made by a Rohingya family, featuring fish balls on a stick, popiah --steamed spring rolls, and nasi lemak --coconut rice served with sambal and other must-have sides, with vegetarian options available
Rumaneh Nourish: Simple, natural and nourishing skincare products inspired by owner Bisan Musa's Palestinian heritage
Song of the Sun Ceramics: Indigenous ceramic jewelry and pottery
Yenepa Herbals: Indigenous herbal products and medicinal remedies

The list of participants is being updated regularly.

For a complete listing of HOME 2021 events, click here.


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