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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 […]

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,” […]

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. […]

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.  […]

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 […]

BI Historical Museum to feature the island’s teen music scene

BI Historical Museum to feature the island’s teen music scene

Did you know Seattle Grunge Rock Bands had their roots on Bainbridge Island? Learn more about the BI teen music scene at the Historical Museum’s Fearless Music exhibit, opening May 27th! Fearless Music, an upcoming exhibit at the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum (BIHM), celebrates the […]

You, too, can be a philanthropist!

You, too, can be a philanthropist!

Bainbridge Community Foundation’s Lynn Agnew (L) and Debbie Kuffel Have you ever wanted a quick and easy way to contribute to your community’s wellbeing?  Open from May 15-June 16, the Bainbridge Community Foundation’s online Giving Page provides the perfect opportunity for you to help support […]

BCF to offer financial planning seminars April 11, 18, and 25

BCF to offer financial planning seminars April 11, 18, and 25

Worried about saving for the future? Come to the Financial Education Lecture Series sponsored by the Bainbridge Community Foundation and learn some proven success strategies. Whether you’re a young investor just getting started, close to retirement or somewhere in between, Paul Merriman believes there are plenty […]

Clay Jenkinson returns to play Edward S. Curtis April 10

Clay Jenkinson returns to play Edward S. Curtis April 10

Clay Jenkinson in the role of Edward S. Curtis Humanities scholar and author Clay Jenkinson returns to Bainbridge April 10 to play renowned photographer Edward S. Curtis in a fundraiser for the Bainbridge Island Historical museum. Between 1900 and 1930, Edward Curtis traveled deep into […]

<b>Meet Washington State Supreme Court Justice Sheryl Gordon McCloud</b>

Meet Washington State Supreme Court Justice Sheryl Gordon McCloud

Bainbridge Islander Sheryl Gordon McCloud is a Washington State Supreme Court Justice, starting her second six-year term after winning re-election in November. Having served as a criminal defense lawyer and an accomplished appellate lawyer, McCloud is the recipient of the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ […]