Recent Podcasts

Register early for reduced rates at this year’s Bike for Pie

Register early for reduced rates at this year’s Bike for Pie

Sunday, September 15 is the popular Bike for Pie happening held yearly on Bainbridge Island. You can choose the challenge route or the easier family route, but be sure to register before September 1 to get their reduced rates. In this podcast current Squeaky Wheels […]

Affordable housing update from HRB

Affordable housing update from HRB

(l to r) Penny Lamping and Phedra Elliott What is the current status of 550 Madison?  What is the plan for the Suzuki property? Listen here for answers to these and other questions about current affordable housing projects on the Island. It’s been a year […]

New Craft Certification Programs at BARN

New Craft Certification Programs at BARN

(Left to Right) Jeanne Huber and Nanz Aalund Are you seeking a more rewarding career? To be more creative and get paid for it without needing to get a four year academic degree? Did you know that there’s a growing need for craftsmen? Beginning this […]

KidsUp Playground Update

KidsUp Playground Update

The future of play on the island has never looked brighter. There is an effort, in partnership with the Bainbridge Island Parks & Recreation District and the Parks Foundation, to replace the damaged Kid’s Up Playground at Battle Point Park. If you’ve ever visited Battle […]

Historical Museum to partner with Paint Out Winslow

Historical Museum to partner with Paint Out Winslow

Brianna Kosowitz and Martha Jordan Enjoy three days of painting, demos and art sales at Paint Out Winslow, a 3-day Plein Air painting festival, competition, and art exhibition happening September 6-8 in downtown Winslow. Plein Air is a French expression meaning “in the open air,” […]

Island Theatre’s Eighth Annual Ten Minute Play Festival airs August 16 and 17

Island Theatre’s Eighth Annual Ten Minute Play Festival airs August 16 and 17

Jennifer Pippin-Montanez, Steve Stolee, and Maria Viera Beatty From active shooter drills to film noir references, from marital arguments to artificial intelligence — this year’s Ten Minute Play Festival reflects the concerns of the times through the eyes of Kitsap County’s talented writers, both first-timers […]

First Bainbridge Pickleball Tournament

First Bainbridge Pickleball Tournament

Brianna Kosowitz and Dave Williams Pickleball, the fastest growing sport in the country, is a mix of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. Tournaments have been held all over the world, but on August 22 pickleball will return to Bainbridge for its first ever Founders Tournament. […]

Behind the Scenes at Parks & Rec

Behind the Scenes at Parks & Rec

Parks & Rec Community Outreach Program Manager Ashley Miller  Ever wonder about the engine that drives the island’s robust recreation programming? Learn who is behind the curtain bringing your favorite island events to life and why they do it! This podcast contributes to our ongoing […]

2019 Public Art Opens August 2

2019 Public Art Opens August 2

Mike Seidl (l), Anne Smart, Bill Baran-Mickle, Karsten Boysen, Grace Harris Now in its second year, Something New, our rotating Public Art Initiative, will reveal this year’s installations at the Island’s First Friday Art Walk on Friday, August 2nd. Permanent pedestals located on Winslow Way, […]

BIPD National Night Out and K9 Whitney in Winslow August 6

BIPD National Night Out and K9 Whitney in Winslow August 6

Officer Kurt Enget (l) with K9 Officer Whitney and Chief Horn Games! An inflatable slide! Obstacle courses,  a “Touch-a-Truck” area with police, fire, city, and FBI vehicles — this year’s National Night Out event is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Learn more about this […]