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Long-time Bainbridge Retailer Churchmouse Yarns & Teas Moving to Kingston with a new Concept and Approach

Churchmouse image courtesy of the CYT websiteChurchmouse Yarns & Teas, the once iconic knitting store in Downtown Winslow, is on the move again, adding a new off-island address and adopting an innovative business concept to serve its loyal customer base, says the 24-year-old store’s chief …

Kathleen Thorne – Taking her love of Bainbridge Island to a historic level!

Kathleen Thorne in new Buxton Theatre - 2023When it comes to arts and humanities, and especially Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA), Kathleen Thorne is a household name. In a 2008 BI Review article, Kathleen was quoted as saying she was a self-described “humanities junkie”; however, she notes …

Arts & Humanities Bainbridge – Empowering and Inspiring Our Creative Community

AHB Logo 2023Since Arts & Humanities Bainbridge’s (AHB) inception more than 30 years ago, they’ve achieved enormous success in promoting the island’s artistic community. The ensuing decades saw the creation of the Public Art program and committee, the installation of the island’s …

Bainbridge Escape – The Mystery of History – Bainbridge Island’s Debut Escape Room!

Bainbridge Escape The Mystery of History logoBainbridge Escape – The Mystery of History is a historic interactive escape room, which revolves around the story of David Caplan, famed fugitive from the 1910 Los Angeles Times Bombing. Caplan evaded capture and spent more than four years hiding …

Agate Pass Threshold Choir Provides Beautiful Harmonies for People Nearing the End of Life

Threshold Choir - Afternoon of Song - Grace ChurchSinging with a choir that presents acapella music in three-part harmony to terminally ill people is quite personal to Marilyn Price-Mitchell.

Five years ago, her husband Jay Mitchell, a devoted Bainbridge Island Rotarian, who contributed greatly to …

Exploring the Small Farms of Bainbridge Island – Chateau Poulet – Backyard Farming at its Best!

Bainbridge Island has always been an agricultural community in one form or another. Prior to the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, the harbor, beaches, and forest resources were utilized by people known as the sakh-TAHBSH band of the Suquamish …

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