Diane Walker

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Working together to reduce your risk of falling

Working together to reduce your risk of falling

BIFD’s Janine Courtemanche and Fire Chief Hank Teran Our Fire Department’s Community Risk Reduction program is not just about preventing fires; it’s also about preventing falls — and not just for the elderly, but for people of all ages. Listen here to learn what you […]

BPA brings Shakespeare’s As You Like It to Bloedel July 11-28

BPA brings Shakespeare’s As You Like It to Bloedel July 11-28

Gavin Michels, Citori Luecht, and Amanda Rae Pease (photo by Derek Villanueva) Widely considered to be one of Shakespeare’s finest comedies, As You Like It offers villainy, romance, humor, a happy ending, and the flavor of Robin Hood with romance around every tree — so appropriate for […]

Island Theatre brings Emily Dickinson to the Library

Island Theatre brings Emily Dickinson to the Library

Poetry fans will gain new insight into Emily Dickinson from the William Luce play, Belle of Amherst, being presented by Island Theatre at the Library on Saturday and Sunday June 15 and 16 at 7:30. Composed almost entirely in the poet’s own words from letters […]

BI Fire Department shares wildfire prevention tips

BI Fire Department shares wildfire prevention tips

Deputy Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Jared Moravec (L) and Fire Chief Hank Teran Due to an unusually dry March, there have already been over 50 wildfires in Western Washington; several in Kitsap County. So what can we do here on Bainbridge Island to help prevent the […]

Raising Resilience, Alliance4Youth offer two events for youth and parents this week

Raising Resilience, Alliance4Youth offer two events for youth and parents this week

Sarah Baird (L) and Kate Pippinger of Raising Resilience and Alliance4Youth What can a neuropsychologist/stand-up comedian teach us about substance abuse prevention, and how ARE Bainbridge Island teens dealing with stress? Learn more Thursday evening, 7pm at the BHS Commons, and Saturday from 1-3:30 at […]

BARN to offer Spring Sampler

BARN to offer Spring Sampler

On Sunday, April 14th, from 1 to 4 pm, BARN is offering a Spring Sampler. Come explore the studios at BARN and get a chance to create — and take home (or eat) — an exciting array of crafts. Enjoy an afternoon of creative hands-on […]