Photos: Back 2 Bellingham weekend

Western Washington University held its 7th Annual Back2Bellingham reunion weekend for alumni, families, students, faculty, staff and the community this past weekend.

This year’s headliner was “Something Wonderful,” featuring Bellingham Circus Guild performers. Back2Bellingham’s 7th year also featured more than 100 reunions, tours, educational discussions, athletic events, recreational and entertainment opportunities and live music.

Registration included a barbecue Lunch on Old Main Lawn with live music from Baby Cakes; the Red Square Carnival with a 250-foot zipline; Party in the Library; Classes without Quizzes; Junior Viking Blast Pass; College of Fine and Performing Arts music and performance extravaganza, Bellingham Tap Trail Tour, Downtown Bellingham Bash at Boundary Bay Brewery and campus tours. Some theatrical events and reunions require additional tickets, which can be purchased at www.back2bellingham.comand at the WWU Box Office throughout the weekend.

Back2Bellingham attendees enjoy lunch on the Old Main lawn at the annual event Saturday, May 14, 2016. Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
The Bellingham Circus Guild performs on the Performing Arts Center Mainstage Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Dunk tank at the Red Square carnival. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The College of Fine and Performing Arts presents Guitars of Western on Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Need a tour? We have tours. Lots of tours. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The Western Relay for Life. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The Bellingham Circus Guild performs on the Performing Arts Center Mainstage Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Student Kalia Castro sings at the Women of Color Empowerment Dinner Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Back2Bellingham attendees enjoy lunch on the Old Main lawn at the annual event Saturday, May 14, 2016. Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
The ever-popular zipline. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The College of Fine and Performing Arts presents Guitars of Western on Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Red Square Carnival. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Dunk tank at the Red Square Carnival. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The Bellingham Circus Guild performs on the Performing Arts Center Mainstage Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The Bellingham Circus Guild performs on the Performing Arts Center Mainstage Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The Ethnic Student Center reunion Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
The Bellingham Circus Guild performs on the Performing Arts Center Mainstage Friday, May 13. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Baby Cakes performs on the Old Main lawn. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
What's a trip back to Bellingham without taking in a sunset? Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Volleyball on the Communications building lawn. Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Photo by Jonathan Williams / WWU
Victor E. Viking made an appearance at the Dead Parrots Society show. Photo by Britta Eschete / for Western Today
Photo by Britta Eschete / for Western Today
Photo by Britta Eschete / for Western Today
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Baby Cakes performs on the Old Main Lawn. Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU
Photo by Rhys Logan / WWU