Category: Businesses and Community Resources

April is Celebrate Trees! Earth Month Bainbridge Island 2022

Earth Month Bainbridge Island 2022 courtesy of Sustainable BainbridgeSustainable Bainbridge logoApril is Earth Month on Bainbridge Island, and we are celebrating with activities and events for all ages to raise awareness for Earth Day and Arbor Day.

Everyone can take action and join activities to support and celebrate our environment …

Join the WAYPOINT WOODS COMMUNITY CONVERSATION & WALKING TOUR Sunday, March 20, 2-4 p.m.

BIPF Waypoint Woods Community Conversation imageThe 3-acre Waypoint Woods is located at the corner of Olympic and Harborview drives. The Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation (BIPF), in collaboration with the Seattle-based AHBL land use and design firm, is leading the planning process to improve the park …

Upcoming Hearing will Discuss Property Transfer for Future Roundabout(s) on 305!

Rendering of SR305 RoundaboutIf you’ve driven “off island” on Highway 305 between Bainbridge and Poulsbo in the last year or so, you’ve no doubt encountered the road work being done at the intersection of Johnson Road and our beloved state highway.

The new …

Nonprofit is Here to Help Bainbridge Restaurants Move from Plastic to Renewable Service Ware

Back in October* and December* of 2021, my co-blogger Kevin Dwyer wrote about the City of Bainbridge Island’s new ordinance that would require businesses to reduce plastic and single-use food service products. The first part of that ordinance went …

Veg Club: Free Gardening Classes at the Bainbridge Public Library – Beginning March 8th at 7pm (via Zoom)

Spring is just around the corner and there are plenty of ways to make this year’s garden the best. One way is to attend Veg Club at the Bainbridge Public Library. You’ll learn about site selection, soil prep, Northwest adapted …

City Moving Forward with Former Clinic Site for Future Police-Court Facility

After years of wrangling, the Bainbridge Island City Council finally gave its nod of approval recently on a motion authorizing City Manager Blair King to proceed with advertisement bids for the former Harrison Hospital Medical Clinic site – at  8804 …

INTRODUCING TIDELAND MAGAZINE, A NEW PRINT QUARTERLY CELEBRATING LIFE ON THE WEST PUGET SOUND

  • Tideland Magazine CoverLed by veteran Bainbridge Island journalists Alorie Gilbert and Leif Utne
  • Distributed free on Bainbridge and select Kitsap neighborhoods
  • Premier issue arriving March 1, 2022

Veteran journalists, Alorie Gilbert and Leif Utne, based on Bainbridge Island, are excited to announce …

The Island Wanderer Blog – A New Look for the New Year

The Island Wanderer - Exploring Bainbridge Island and BeyondIn business as in life, change is inevitable. Just pause for a moment and look around the economic landscape. There are new products and services being hatched daily, or upgrades and refinements being made to existing offerings, practically hour by …

City Council Postpones Public Hearing on Next Phase of the Grow Community

A public hearing seeking comments on the next construction phase of the Grow Community has been rescheduled until March. It was originally slated for this coming Tuesday, Feb. 22. The new date is March 22. Jonathan Davis, the principal architect

Looking for a Wonderful Equestrian Property? Wacky Nut Farm is on the Selling Block

Bainbridge Island is known for its beautiful shorelines and vistas of Downtown Seattle, Mount Rainier (when the mountain is out!), the Cascades and, of course, the Olympic Mountains to the west. We also have a reputation for stunning homes, incredible …

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