Category: Bainbridge Island

First Friday Art Walk – February 2, 2024

Art Walk February 2024 (9)Winslow Way and surrounding area, Downtown Bainbridge Island
First Friday of every month, 6 to 8 PM

Spend an evening experiencing all that downtown Bainbridge has to offer. Many galleries, shops and businesses will be participating this month showcasing the …

City News Bytes: Fix our Ferries Town Hall this Saturday, HRB Grant will Reduce Affordable Housing Costs, Guv’s Housing Victory

Rep. Nance to Hold Town Meeting to Fix Our Ferries

Whether you’re a regular commuter or an occasional rider or driver, the Washington State Ferries are our lifeline to the mainland. Before the Pandemic in 2020, the Bainbridge-Seattle ferry was …

Looking for a Place to Express your Inner Singing Voice? Ovation’s Crescendo is Seeking New Talent

Crescendo Logo social mediaInterested in trying out your vocal cords, or leaping into a new past time? If you like to sing in the shower, or otherwise, or you have singing experience, you might consider joining Crescendo! for its upcoming spring session. The …

It’s Chilly Hilly Time – Kick off the 2024 cycling season PNW style! Presented by REI Co-Op

2024 Chilly Hilly logoFor many Bainbridge Islanders and Pacific Northwesterners, cycling isn’t just a wonderful way to exercise and enjoy our beautiful PNW scenery, it’s a way of life and an environmentally friendly source of transportation—regardless of the weather or your cycling ability.…

BEING FUTURE-READY IN THE NOISY NOW – A conversation with Bob Johansen and Scott James – Tuesday, January 23, 2024 6:30-7:30 pm

Being Future Ready image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Co.Please join Eagle Harbor Books for an uplifting and interactive dialogue between a voice from the future looking back (Bob Johansen, a futurist) and a voice from the present looking forward (Scott James, a community organizer).…

Stephen’s House – Creating Connections that Serve Our Special Needs Community

BISNF - Stephen's House logoThe Bainbridge Island Special Needs Foundation (BISNF), also known as Stephen’s House, is a non-profit organization designed to assist adults with developmental disabilities. As stated in their “Mission” statement, they “believe that adults with disabilities thrive through participation …

Long-time Bainbridge Retailer Churchmouse Yarns & Teas Moving to Kingston with a new Concept and Approach

Churchmouse image courtesy of the CYT websiteChurchmouse Yarns & Teas, the once iconic knitting store in Downtown Winslow, is on the move again, adding a new off-island address and adopting an innovative business concept to serve its loyal customer base, says the 24-year-old store’s chief …

New UPS Store Owners Offering a Menu of New Services and an Emphasis on Customer Service

Duncan and Lori SinclairListen to Duncan Sinclair talk for a minute or two and you swear he has a thick Australian accent. But that would be a wrong guess by thousands of miles.

“A lot of people think I’m Australian or even German,” …

ISLAND THEATRE PRESENTS 2 ACROSS “a warm and wise comedy” on January 20th and 21st

Island Theatre is excited to present a dramatic staged reading of 2 ACROSS: A Comedy of Crosswords and Romance by Jerry Mayer at the Bainbridge Public Library.

2 Across poster squareA man and woman board a San Francisco BART train at 4:30 …

Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. with a Day of Service at Blakely Harbor Park and two Special Events Presented by BIMA

MLK 2024 BIMPRD Day of ServiceMake it a day on, not a day off and sign up today for the annual and wholly amazing MLK Day of Service at Blakely Harbor Park! 10am – 1pm Monday, January 15th.

Join Bainbridge Island Metro …

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