Category: Parks & Recreation

Springbrook Creek Preserve Open House, Saturday, January 29, 2022 – Presented by the Bainbridge Island Land Trust

Like many community events, the Bainbridge Island Land Trust’s annual potluck dinner (a 300-person event) was put on hold. This year the Land Trust is excited to announce a new community event, open to all islanders and Land Trust members …

It’s Chilly Hilly time – Kick off the 2022 cycling season PNW style with a full calendar of events!

For 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.…

Pickleball to be Touted as the Official Sport of Washington State

Most islanders are probably aware that Bainbridge is the home of Pickleball. Now Legislation is being proposed to make the game Washington State’s official sport!

“If we don’t claim it some other state will,” says Clay Roberts, a spokesman for …

STO Sakai Connector Dedication and ‘Trail Mixer’ on tap for Nov. 3

If you enjoy hiking or walking along many of the island’s scenic trails and byways, then plan to celebrate the new Sound To Olympics Trail (STO) Sakai Connector at a dedication and “trail mixer” slated for noon on Wednesday, Nov.

Winter May be Coming, But Don’t Forget to Check out the Falling Leaves First

If you’re a fan of the book and television series “Game of Thrones,” then you’re more than likely familiar with the phrase, “Winter is Coming.”

On Bainbridge Island, and throughout the Pacific Northwest, winter is coming indeed. All you have …

Not to be Missed: Sunday’s Formal Celebration of Pickleball’s Founders Courts – October 3, 2021

The island’s Pickleball community, along with anyone interested in the game that has its origins on Bainbridge, is invited to celebrate the completion of the Founders Courts project Sunday (October 3rd) from 2 to 3 p.m. at Battle Point Park.…

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