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From Pizza to Small Business Ownership – Samantha and Doug Christopherson on their business, Bainbridge Event Rentals

From Pizza to Small Business Ownership – Samantha and Doug Christopherson on their business, Bainbridge Event Rentals

If you’re planning an event on Bainbridge Island or the Kitsap Peninsula, the go-to place for all your needs is Bainbridge Event Rentals (BER), which was founded in 2019, but for owners Samantha and Doug Christopherson, who purchased …

It’s that time of year again – Bainbridge Island 2022 Farmer’s Market Opens in April

It’s that time of year again – Bainbridge Island 2022 Farmer’s Market Opens in April

The new season begins Saturday, April 9, 2022 from 10am to 2pm.

In the early 1990s a handful of local farmers and artists got together on what is now Winslow Green for the first Bainbridge Island Saturday market. Although the …

The Fabulous Fenderskirts: How three women became the island’s most iconic musical trio

It is widely known that early exposure and encouragement in the arts help develop a child’s creativity, cognitive development, and social and emotional skills. In addition, it often spills into their academic achievements, and in some cases, it can be …

A date with the Fabulous Fenderskirts – Gala Movie Event and Fundraiser

It was 1979, Bainbridge Island’s music and dance scene was in full swing, with dancing and live music performed at venues all around the island. Local islander, Ginni Hawkins, a big fan of pop music and musical theater, began playing …

School innovations, and schools in general, are why many people move to Bainbridge

What causes people to move to our bucolic, little rock? Every transplant – and that now includes the vast majority of Bainbridge Islanders – has a different story. It could be our proximity to Seattle, our semi-rural environment, or our …

Bainbridge Island Senior Center – A place for everyone!

Learning and writing about our wonderful community is a constantly evolving experience where I often find one interview leads to another—and that’s exactly what happened with the Senior Center. A few months back, I wrote an article about the various …

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