Sonia Scaer

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe: </i><br>Battle Point Astronomical Association and BARN tackle joint restoration project

Podcast: Community Cafe:
Battle Point Astronomical Association and BARN tackle joint restoration project

In an inspiring example of community collaboration, the Battle Point Astronomical Association and Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network are teaming up to upgrade the BPAA telescopes and functionality. In December of 2017 the Bainbridge City Council, acting on the recommendations of the Cultural Funding Advisory Committee, […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge: </i><br>Jacques White on declining salmon population: June 6 at the Treehouse

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Jacques White on declining salmon population: June 6 at the Treehouse

Why are salmon and steelhead dying in the shared marine waters of British Columbia and Washington State and why does it matter? In this What’s Up interview Jacques White, Executive Director of Long Live the Kings, talks with BCB Host Sonia Scaer about how federal […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Biomimicry and sustainable design author speaks at Eagle Harbor Books

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Biomimicry and sustainable design author speaks at Eagle Harbor Books

  Educator and practitioner in biomimicry, Denise DeLuca, has created a new book mapping the steps we can take to re-align ourselves with nature in our everyday lives, and showing how that may help solve the world’s problems. And, in her book, each step is illustrated […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge: </i><br>BI Arborist Olaf Ribeiro on pesticide-free tree health: April 4 at the Treehouse

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
BI Arborist Olaf Ribeiro on pesticide-free tree health: April 4 at the Treehouse

How can we keep our trees healthy without pesticides?  Bainbridge Island Arborist Olaf Ribeiro has some exciting solutions to offer. April is Arbor Month! And as part of our monthlong celebration of trees, nationally recognized tree scientist Dr. Olaf Ribeiro will speak at Bainbridge Open […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge </i><br>Open Mic Science at the Treehouse March 8: UW Professor Elhanan Borenstein on the Microbial Zoo

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge
Open Mic Science at the Treehouse March 8: UW Professor Elhanan Borenstein on the Microbial Zoo

Professor Elhanan Borenstein, University of Washington Associate Professor of Genome Sciences, will speak at the next Open Mic Science Night; Tuesday, March 7, 8 pm at the Treehouse Café. The title of his talk is “”Meet your inner microbial zoo: A genomic tour of your […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Body movement expert speaks at bookstore on Thursday Feb 23rd

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Body movement expert speaks at bookstore on Thursday Feb 23rd

Northwest author and biomechanics expert Katy Bowman has written several books on exercise and human movement, explaining the importance of ongoing physical movement in our daily lifestyle, and for healthful aging. Her work has been critically acclaimed and translated worldwide. Katy, whose home is in […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:”</i> <br>Experimental Cosmologist speaks on Jan 3rd on the stuff of the universe

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:”
Experimental Cosmologist speaks on Jan 3rd on the stuff of the universe

In this “What’€™s Up” podcast, BCB host Sonia Scaer speaks with University of Washington physics professor Leslie Rosenberg. He will speak at the next Open Mic Science on Tuesday, Jan 3rd, at 8pm at the Treehouse Cafe on: “What’s The Universe And What’s It Made […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Climate scientist talks on Dec 6th about the post-election status of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Climate scientist talks on Dec 6th about the post-election status of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement

At the Tuesday Dec 6th Open Mic Science event at the Treehouse Cafe, climate policy scientist Derik Broekhoff will explain why the Paris Climate Agreement is at a critical juncture, and why it is even more important than before that State and local climate change […]

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
“Kindred Spaces: The Performance” at BIMA September 8

In this episode of What’s Up Bainbridge, artist Amy D’Apice returns to the BCB Studio to tell us about her upcoming presentation, “Kindred Spaces: The Performance.” This Bainbridge Arts and Crafts event will be held at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art September 8th at 7:00pm. […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Battle Point planetarium shows on May 14th for the whole family

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Battle Point planetarium shows on May 14th for the whole family

In this “What’€™s Up” podcast, Battle Point Astronomical Association president Steve Ruhl and Kids Astronomy director Dr. Erica Saint Clare talk with BCB host Sonia Scaer about the upcoming Saturday May 14th planetarium shows in Battle Point Park. This month’€™s theme is about exploring other […]