Monday, September 18th, 7-9PM

Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Open Letter to Our Elist

BIONS has been an active part of the Bellingham community for over 30 years, offering a platform to explore the nature of consciousness and how it relates to our world. In addition to presenters we have shown many wonderful movies on consciousness and held discussions where those of you attending could share your experiences.

BIONS has been made possible through the efforts of volunteers who have helped carry the vision laid down by Edgar Mitchell, the US Astronaut, who founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) in the 1970s.

As we begin a new season in September, we are reaching out to our BIONS community, to share their vision of BIONS in the future.

This Fall three of our volunteers Cyndy Sheldon, Curt Remington and Bonita Wutzke will be stepping down as BIONS volunteers due to many other demands in their lives.

We are now looking for several new volunteers for the Team that makes BIONS possible. In particular we need people who can take over the coordinator job, help with program planning and skilled with web support. Over the years we’ve fine-tuned the work load, so that it does not require too much from anyone. If any of you are interested in being on the team, please contact

SEPTEMBER 18TH MEETING: We’ve scheduled Monday evenings for next fall at the Fairhaven Library as someone else beat us to our usual Thursday time. So our next meeting will be September 18th at 7:00pm in the Fireplace Room.

This meeting will be for the purpose of getting your ideas and vision of the future of BIONS and how it can serve our community which is continuously expanding its interests in consciousness and awareness.

IONS, our mother organization, is doing a lot of important research and making new discoveries pointing the way along our human evolution. As we each continue to grow, WE also have much to share with our community.

Come join us on September 18th to help create the direction for BIONS to move towards. We want your ideas, your vision, and your feedback!
 And also come say goodbye to some of our volunteers, and hopefully meet some new folks who will carry on this important community work.

Cyndy Sheldon
Curt Remington
Bonita Wutzke
Paula Forget

(Doors open at 6:30)
Bellingham Fairhaven Library’s Fireside Room
(under the outdoor stairs)
1117 12th ST, Bellingham, WA 98225