Category: Businesses and Community Resources

Discovering BARN – Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network

After my first year on Bainbridge Island, I realized there was so much happening here, that try as I might, I hadn’t even scratched the surface. That’s when the idea to start The Island Wanderer blog hit me—it would be …

PacWesty—Have Sweet Ride, Will Travel!

Bainbridge Island and the Olympic Peninsula are one of the most scenic and wildly diverse landscapes on the planet, ranging from beachcombing, bird watching, surfing, cycling, fly fishing, wine tasting, hiking, kayaking, boating and if you’re lucky, whale watching. What …

IslandWood—Afternoon on the Trails, Sunday, April 28, 2019

In honor of Earth Day, IslandWood presents Afternoon on the Trails. Explore the woods and interact with the all the beauty the forest has to offer. While hiking the trails, allow your eyes to wander from the tree canopies …

Bainbridge Island 2019 Farmer’s Market is just around the corner!

The new season begins on April 6, 2019 from 9am to 1pm, and runs until December 14, 2019.

In 1993 a handful of local farmers and artists got together on what is now Winslow Green for the first Bainbridge Island …

Pegasus Coffee House has always run on love…and the tradition continues.

Pegasus Coffee House began humbly in 1979 on a boat in Eagle Harbor. A year later, it moved into the old Anderson Hardware Store building on Parfitt Way, a 1937 landmark building covered in Virginia-Creeper. Pegasus has always been a …

Bainbridge Gardens – The Harui Family Legacy

Bainbridge Gardens is an integral part of the island’s history and a tranquil and serene spot to spend a few hours exploring.

When Zenhichi Harui emigrated in 1908 from Japan to Bainbridge Island, he started a small garden, growing various …

The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum – a must see for locals and visitors alike!

As you exit the Seattle-Bainbridge Island ferry, the road directs you up to Winslow Way, its quaintness beckons you and you’ll find it hard to resist, but wait…before you explore the wonderful shops and restaurants, take a quick detour and …

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