Category: Bainbridge Island

Pulte Homes’ 275 Degrees Latest Entry in BI Condo Market

Pulte Homes’ 275 Degrees Latest Entry in BI Condo Market

There was a time and place on Bainbridge Island when most new residential development was of the single-family home variety. Think North Town Woods, Hidden Cove Estates, North Hill, Commodore West and Lynwood Center.

But those days are gone. Over …

Bainbridge High Grad Greg Nance Runs to Help Troubled Youth

Bainbridge High Grad Greg Nance Runs to Help Troubled Youth

Greg Nance runs and runs and runs. The 2007 Bainbridge High School graduate just completed a 3,156 mile trek across America – from New York City to Ocean Shores, WA – to raise funds and awareness for his non-profit that …

Join the Bainbridge Public Library for the August 2022 First Friday Art Walk, featuring artist Robin Martin

Join the Bainbridge Public Library for the August 2022 First Friday Art Walk, featuring artist Robin Martin

The Bainbridge Public Library is dedicated to spreading the joy of reading and the discovery of ideas with not just our local community, but with visitors from near and afar. In addition, the library is fortunate to house beautiful local …

ISLAND THEATRE ANNOUNCES “MEET THE PLAYWRIGHTS” of the 2022 Ten-Minute Play Festival  

Join Island Theatre for a panel discussion with 2022’s Ten-Minute Play Festival playwrights on Tuesday, August 2nd, 7:00 pm at the Bainbridge Public Library.

Island Theatre’s treasured Ten-Minute Play Festival is back after a two-year Covid intermission, and on August …

The long-awaited Departure Deck is now open at the Japanese American Exclusion Memorial

The long-awaited Departure Deck is now open at the Japanese American Exclusion Memorial

On March 30, 1942, 276 Japanese American Bainbridge Island residents were forced to leave the island due to President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. The order included approximately 120,000 other Japanese Americans throughout the country, who were all forced …

August 2022 Wine on the Rock with a twist – it’s Wine Around the Rock!

August 2022 Wine on the Rock with a twist – it’s Wine Around the Rock!

Each year the Winery Alliance of Bainbridge Island sponsors four Wine on the Rock events. Next month they’re pulling out all the stops with an Argosy Cruise around the island.

Come aboard the two-story Argosy Goodtimes cruise ship on Saturday, …

Record Haul for this year’s Rotary Auction

Record Haul for this year’s Rotary Auction

Ok, let’s face it, when it comes to the Rotary Auction & Rummage Sale, the first question on most people’s minds is not “what did you buy?”, but rather, “how much did they make?”

The Bainbridge Island Rotary Club, …

Raquel’s Farmstand – Where creativity and talent meet – And it’s delicious!

Raquel’s Farmstand – Where creativity and talent meet – And it’s delicious!

Native Islander Raquel Stanek is no stranger to creativity, initiative and hard work. As a teenager at Bainbridge High School, she discovered the art of mosaics through a summer class offered by Bainbridge Island Parks and Metro Recreation District. She …

Big task lies ahead for City to implement Climate & Transportation Plans

Creating long-term plans on paper and then turning them into real world solutions is no easy task.

That’s one reason why the City of Bainbridge Island will soon begin work with a transportation consulting firm, Fehr & Peers, to help …

Community Grants Cycle Awards Record $561,492 in Local Grants

Community Grants Cycle Awards Record $561,492 in Local Grants

Bainbridge Community Foundation’s 2022 Community Grants Cycle (CGC) awarded a record-setting amount of $561,492 in grants to local nonprofits, which greatly exceeds the previous high mark of $507,313 awarded in 2020. Not only was BCF proud to award these grants, …

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