Category: Visiting B.I.

Waterfalls on Bainbridge Island? Yes, Indeed. Check them out just off of Country Club Road!

Waterfalls on Bainbridge Island? Yes, Indeed. Check them out just off of Country Club Road!

Water, water everywhere. There’s water in our basement. Argh! There’s water running in culverts on island roads, rushing in creeks that are usually silent, down streets and driveways, off of trees and buildings, and bubbling up through lawns and grasses. …

Local Pickleball Community is Stepping Up by Organizing itself into a Nonprofit, Pursuing Covered Courts and More

Local Pickleball Community is Stepping Up by Organizing itself into a Nonprofit, Pursuing Covered Courts and More

Bainbridge, of course, is the home of Pickleball, and the sport is exploding all over the world. Celebrities are playing it on a regular basis, there’s a pro circuit well underway, and it’s even mentioned on television sit-coms and variety …

Join the Bainbridge Public Library for the February 2024 First Friday Art Walk, featuring artists Barbara Weissman and Jacki Moseley

Join the Bainbridge Public Library for the February 2024 First Friday Art Walk, featuring artists Barbara Weissman and Jacki Moseley

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 …

First Friday Art Walk – February 2, 2024

First Friday Art Walk – February 2, 2024

Winslow 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 …

It’s Chilly Hilly Time – Kick off the 2024 cycling season PNW style! Presented by REI Co-Op

It’s Chilly Hilly Time – Kick off the 2024 cycling season PNW style! Presented by REI Co-Op

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.…

ISLAND THEATRE PRESENTS 2 ACROSS “a warm and wise comedy” on January 20th and 21st

ISLAND THEATRE PRESENTS 2 ACROSS “a warm and wise comedy” on January 20th and 21st

Island Theatre is excited to present a dramatic staged reading of 2 ACROSS: A Comedy of Crosswords and Romance by Jerry Mayer at the Bainbridge Public Library.

A man and woman board a San Francisco BART train at 4:30 …

Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. with a Day of Service at Blakely Harbor Park and two Special Events Presented by BIMA

Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. with a Day of Service at Blakely Harbor Park and two Special Events Presented by BIMA

Make it a day on, not a day off and sign up today for the annual and wholly amazing MLK Day of Service at Blakely Harbor Park! 10am – 1pm Monday, January 15th.

Join Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and …

The Stan Pocock Rowing Center at Waterfront Park is Bainbridge Island’s Connection to “The Boys in the Boat”

The Stan Pocock Rowing Center at Waterfront Park is Bainbridge Island’s Connection to “The Boys in the Boat”

If you haven’t had a chance to see “The Boys in the Boat” – now playing at the Lynwood Theatre, Bainbridge Cinemas and other movie venues in Kitsap County – it’s worth watching for its historic regional significance and its …

First Friday Art Walk – January 5, 2024

First Friday Art Walk – January 5, 2024

Winslow 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 …

It’s Back! Mochi Tsuki – an Island Japanese Festival Like None Other – at Woodward MS this Saturday

It’s Back! Mochi Tsuki – an Island Japanese Festival Like None Other – at Woodward MS this Saturday

As has been their tradition for more than three decades, the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community (BIJAC) will host Mochi Tsuki, a Japanese festival aimed at ringing in the New Year the Japanese-American way this coming Saturday, January 6,

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