Category: Visit Bainbridge

Rachel Noll James – Carving a Path for Local Filmmakers

Noll_Rachel-RN_242-0-12-11-29_11_15_44 copyRachel Noll James is a local award-winning screenwriter, actor and filmmaker who is passionate about bringing a female perspective to stories and genres that have traditionally been male-dominated. She recently completed her new film, Ingress, which was filmed exclusively …

Sisters’ Cider House – Trivia, Paint & Sip and Food Trucks – it doesn’t get much better than this!

SCH signCaron Anderson and Randi Brown, the dynamic duo (and sisters…of course) opened Sisters’ Cider House in June of this year, and since then it has become a popular gathering spot for both adults who enjoy cider, and families and friends …

Looking for a Laugh, or Inspiration, check out BPAs November Line-up

BPA Marquee at The Bainbridge courtesy of BPA websiteBainbridge Performing Arts is back in business with an impressive performing line-up just in time for the holidays. It all starts this weekend and continues through Nov. 19th. All performances will be held in Theater #3 at Bainbridge Cinemas, in

Wildcat Movie Premiere at the Historic Lynwood Theatre on November 10th

Wildcat image courtesy photoAfter graduating from BHS, Bainbridge Island native Samantha Zwicker, went on to complete her undergraduate and Master’s degrees from University of Washington. She then relocated into the Peruvian rainforest where she founded Hoja Nueva, a leading non-profit conservation organization …

First Friday Art Walk – November 4, 2022

FFAW November 2022Winslow Way and surrounding area, Downtown Bainbridge Island
First Friday of every month, 6 to 8 PM

Spend an evening experiencing all that downtown Bainbridge has to offer. Many galleries, shops and businesses will be participating this month showcasing the …

Join the Bainbridge Public Library for the November 2022 First Friday Art Walk, featuring “The Strawberry Hill Artists Group”

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 …

Halloween on Bainbridge is a Fun Time, Downtown, and in many a Neighborhood!

Fall on BainbridgeThe wind is blowing, the leaves are falling, the sky is gray, and darkness is quickly descending upon us. It must be Halloween. America’s new favorite holiday is unfolding today and kids (and adults) everywhere – including Bainbridge Island …

Disc Golf Gaining Popularity on Bainbridge and Throughout Kitsap County

Bainbridge Island is known as the birthplace of Pickleball. But another sport – Disc Golf – is vying for attention from players of all ages.

The game started in Southern California back in the early 1970. Disc Golf used to …

Rayn: Flamenco for a New World October 28th at Bainbridge Grange Hall 7:30 p. m.

Savannah Fuentes DSC_6801-4 (2)Seattle-based Flamenco dancer Savannah Fuentes and singer/multi-instrumentalist, Diego Amador Jr., direct from Seville, will present Rayn: Flamenco for a New World at the Bainbridge Grange Hall.

Savannah’s latest production is a new beginning for the busiest Flamenco dancer in …

Exploring the Oldest, Continuously Farmed Land on Bainbridge Island and Kitsap County – Suyematsu Farm

Suyematsu SignMost people on Bainbridge Island are probably familiar with Suyematsu-Bentryn Farmland, known for their annual pumpkin patch, seasonal berries, dahlias, and of course, located towards the back of the farmland, Bainbridge Vineyards. However, the farm has a vast and storied …

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