Recent Podcasts

City addresses affordable housing, trees, and the hotel project

City addresses affordable housing, trees, and the hotel project

Are you allowed to cut down your tree? What is a tiny home and can I have one on my property? What is the status of the hotel going into downtown Winslow? Listen here for answers to these and more questions from city hall staff.  […]

Artwork from the new Land Trust Book at the Bainbridge Library

Artwork from the new Land Trust Book at the Bainbridge Library

The Bainbridge Island Land Trust has produced a glorious new book full of photographs, illustrations and stories celebrating 30 years of protection and stewardship of the natural elements on our island. Natural Bainbridge: Working Together to Protect Our Island connects information about ecosystems with the roles played […]

Comedian Dan Rosenberg at BPA July 27

Comedian Dan Rosenberg at BPA July 27

They say laughter is the best medicine, and comedian Dan Rosenberg brings a healthy dosage of comedic talent to BPA on July 27th!  Having performed as a comedian for over 25 years all across the country, Dan will finally be filming his first stand-up special […]

Cruise around Bainbridge on the historic Virginia V!

Cruise around Bainbridge on the historic Virginia V!

Sunday, July 21st, the beautifully restored steam-powered ferry the Virginia V will circumnavigate Bainbridge Island for its annual fundraiser to support Bainbridge Island Historical Museum.  The Virginia V is the last boat of the mosquito fleet, the former version of our ferry system that carried […]

League of Women Voters offers Council Candidate Forum July 17

League of Women Voters offers Council Candidate Forum July 17

Wondering who to vote for in our upcoming primary? The League of Women Voters can help! Come check it out: meet City Council candidates Kol Medina, Ashley Mathews, and Kevin Fetterly Wednesday, July 17th, 6:30 pm at City Hall. Founded almost 100 years ago, the […]

Friends of the Farms offers Edible Garden Tour July 20

Friends of the Farms offers Edible Garden Tour July 20

If you’ve been thinking it might be fun to grow your own food, sign up for Friends of the Farms’ Edible Garden Tour on July 20. You’ll see some inspiring gardens, meet the gardeners, and learn their growing secrets! Hosted by Friends of the Farms  and […]

Arts Humanities Bainbridge introduces Currents Online

Arts Humanities Bainbridge introduces Currents Online

AHB’s Tim Spenser, Anne Smart, and Inez Jones with Artsopolis founder Jeff Trabucco Looking for something to do on a Saturday night? A bass player for your band? An artist to paint your pet? An opportunity to showcase your dramatic talent? Check out bainbridgecurrents.com for […]

Poetry, book binding, and linoleum printing: explore your creativity at BIMA!

Poetry, book binding, and linoleum printing: explore your creativity at BIMA!

Ekphrastic poetry, a coptic bound travel journal, and linoleum printing: all fun opportunities to explore your creativity potential! If you’re just itching to try some new way to express yourself, be sure to check out the summer workshops being offered at the Bainbridge Island Museum […]

Rock out at the MOJO Rhythm and Blues Festival at BIMA July 11-14

Rock out at the MOJO Rhythm and Blues Festival at BIMA July 11-14

BIMA Cultural Programs Manager Jesse Ziebart For a lively, music-filled weekend, be sure to stop by the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art during the weekend of July 11-14 for the MOJO Rhythm and Blues Festival. There’ll be family-friendly free performances, discussions and documentaries during the […]

Girl Up comes to Bainbridge Island

Girl Up comes to Bainbridge Island

GirlUp is a chapter of the global United Nations Foundation which gives girls the resources they need to impact change in the world. Listen here as Bainbridge high school student Merrill Keating explains why she started a GirlUp club at the high school and what […]