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As the Dog Days of Summer Start to Wane, There’s Still A Lot Happening!

As the Dog Days of Summer Start to Wane, There’s Still A Lot Happening!

With the end of August quickly approaching and the first day of school just two weeks away, there’s still a lot of summer fun in store! Here’s a snapshot of just some of the things happening:

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Chef Kaafi Tuinukuafe/One Two Kai Kitchen & Catering – Pacific Islander Cuisine with a Pacific Northwest Twist

Chef Kaafi Tuinukuafe/One Two Kai Kitchen & Catering – Pacific Islander Cuisine with a Pacific Northwest Twist

Kaafi Tuinukuafe grew up in Tonga, where he frequently spent hours with his mother in the kitchen while she prepared a variety of native delicacies and told him stories about their family history. Although he didn’t realize it at the …

For glass artist Debra Arend, it’s all about balance—in life as well as art

For glass artist Debra Arend, it’s all about balance—in life as well as art

Debra Arend made her way to Bainbridge Island in 2009 from St. Louis, Missouri where she ran (and still remotely runs) her business, Natural Results. She was only living on the island part-time, but when she met and fell in …

Welcome to The Ravine – A slice of history with a side of enchantment

Welcome to The Ravine – A slice of history with a side of enchantment

Located on Winslow Way, next to the Winslow Ravine, sit four of Bainbridge Island’s oldest buildings. Built between 1892 through 1930s, the buildings have housed a variety of businesses over the years. When the owners decided to sell, it was …

Explore Bainbridge Island history as you cruise around the island on the Virginia V – Sponsored by the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

Explore Bainbridge Island history as you cruise around the island on the Virginia V – Sponsored by the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum (BIHM) invites you to join them aboard the beautifully restored steam-powered ferry Virginia V, the last of the “Mosquito Fleet” boats. The tour departs from the City Dock at Waterfront Park at 1pm on …

Steve Stolee and James Botsford Win Book Award: Latest Honor for Multi-Talented Islander

Steve Stolee and James Botsford Win Book Award: Latest Honor for Multi-Talented Islander

If you’re a patron of independent films and theatrical productions here on Bainbridge Island, then you are almost definitely familiar with Steve Stolee. In his more than 40 years on Bainbridge, his cultural contributions to our community have been numerous, …

Creating A New Calm Through the Lens of Abstract Expressionism – Artist CR Rousseau 

Creating A New Calm Through the Lens of Abstract Expressionism – Artist CR Rousseau 

Caroline “CR” Rousseau began her artistic career at the age of four, creating her first painting in the form of a large ‘mural’ (on what was her bedroom wall). Her grandmother was her first supporter, and her grandfather her first …

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