Category: People, Arts, Culture, Music, Food and Wine

Congratulations to The Grand Old 4th of July Poster Contest Winner

For the third year in a row, the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce has held its poster contest for the island’s Grand Old 4th of July celebration (this celebration is in its 52nd year, and is the largest community event …

Jake’s Pickup – Award Winning Gourmet Food…at your local gas station!

If I were to tell you there was a place with incredible organic, gourmet, comfort food featuring hot-griddle made-to-order (from scratch) sandwiches such as: frittata, Memphis-style BBQ pulled pork, fresh tuna melts, Ahi tuna salad, wild-caught fried cod, salmon, oven …

Join the Bainbridge Public Library for the 8th Annual ARS POETICA

One of the four exhibits of the 8th Annual ARS POETICA is being hosted this year for the first time at the Bainbridge Public Library, from March 1 to March 30. This exhibit will feature the work of fourteen photographers …

UPDATE: Bainbridge Wineries presents WINE ON THE ROCK (February 2019)

UPDATE: Due to record snow fall on Bainbridge Island and the Seattle area in the last week, resulting in unsafe travel conditions, the Wine on the Rock event has been re-scheduled for this weekend, February 16 & 17 – hope …

Part 2 – Come Celebrate 35 years of the Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour

The Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour is in full swing today and I had the pleasure of visiting a few of the venues and chatting with some of the artists.

My first stop on the Tour was Ferrier Studio on …

Deborah Rhee, Contemporary Abstract Painter – Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour

Deborah is an Australian born artist, who moved to the United States with her husband and daughter in 2010. They enjoyed their new life in Texas, where Deborah built a client base, which she is still involved in today. When …

Come Celebrate 35 years of the Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour

The Bainbridge Island Studio Tour is a twice-yearly, self-guided tour of our vibrant artists’ community as well as regional artists from nearby communities. This year’s winter venues span across eight different locations through-out the Island and display the works of …

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