Category: Parks & Recreation

The Bainbridge Island Metro Parks & Recreation District Presents: Sounds of Summer and Drive-In Movies at Battle Point Park

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Walk-Ins are Welcome

Didn’t have an opportunity to register? No problem! An open seating area will be available for walk-ins. No registration required. Please bring …

The Not-So-Chilly Hilly Scheduled for Sunday August 1, 2021 – Sunscreen Required!

The Chilly Hilly? In summer? Seriously?

For the first time in its history, the traditional kick-off ride to the Pacific Northwest biking season – held on Bainbridge Island for nearly five decades – will be staged in the summertime.

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Moritani Preserve: a Cool Oasis on the Edge of Downtown Winslow

As our short Pacific Northwest summer flies by, with stretches of hot, hot weather, mixed with our celebrated marine layer and cooler days, islanders are always seeking out restive places to get away from the daily grind or the post-Covid-19 …

Free Summer Reading for Children at Bainbridge Island Senior/Community Center

What’s not to like about a child, a senior, and a book?  It’s the perfect combination, right?

Reading is the foundation block of all learning and practicing early and often is extremely important in our ever-changing world. That’s one reason …

Concerts are Back – brought to you by the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District

The Bainbridge Island Metro Parks & Recreation District Presents: Sounds of Summer

Wednesdays, August 4th through September 15th

6:00 – 8:00PM, Battle Point Park Observatory Hill

 

Dance, relax and enjoy the sounds of summer. Food vendors will be on …

Celebrate the opening of the new BLAKELY HILL TRAILS on NATIONAL TRAILS DAY

Celebrate the opening of the new BLAKELY HILL TRAILS on NATIONAL TRAILS DAY

Saturday, June 5, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Walk the trails and see the great improvements made thru the partnership of Bainbridge Metro Parks & the Bainbridge

Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District – Something For Every Generation

They wanted ball fields, playgrounds and a swimming pool, and just like they would today, the islanders came together to make that happen. In the spring of 1965, a special election was held and the Bainbridge Island Park & Recreation

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