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Climate Change Advisory Committee seeks community input

Climate Change Advisory Committee seeks community input

The Bainbridge Island Climate Change Advisory Committee is looking for your thoughts on how to mitigate and prepare for climate change.  You can help by filling out their survey at http://www.bainbridgewa.gov/922/Climate-Change-Advisory-Committee and by attending their upcoming workshops, to be held December 7 and 11. Listen […]

Rocky Horror returns to BPA this October

Rocky Horror returns to BPA this October

Come dance in the BPA aisles with Brad, Janet, Frank, Magenta and a host of phantoms at this, the newest iteration of The Rocky Horror Show, opening October 11 at Bainbridge Performing Arts Join BCB host Justin Wayne Lynn as he chats with this year’s […]

Peter Shaffer’s Lettice and Lovage opens at Rolling Bay Hall October 11

Peter Shaffer’s Lettice and Lovage opens at Rolling Bay Hall October 11

What happens when a tour guide with a vibrant imagination has to show off an incredibly boring mansion? The Lesser Known Players will bring Peter Shaffer’s comic masterpiece, Lettice and Lovage, to life on the Rolling Bay stage starting October 11th. The show follows the […]

3rd Annual KiDiMu Mini Golf Masters September 27&28

3rd Annual KiDiMu Mini Golf Masters September 27&28

An 18 hole mini-golf course in a Museum? What could be more fun! Come join the festivities at Kidimu’s Third Annual Mini-Golf Masters, scheduled for Friday and Saturday September 27 and 28. The whole family can get involved with golfing. There are two ways to […]

Join the Bainbridge Beach Cleanup Saturday, September 28!

Join the Bainbridge Beach Cleanup Saturday, September 28!

Bring your friends and family to the island’s beaches on Sunday, September 28, and help keep our beaches clean and free of materials that can both damage wildlife and adversely affect our own food chain. In this podcast Sustainable Bainbridge board member Christine Perkins talks […]

Celebrate Electric vehicles with talks and hands-on fair

Celebrate Electric vehicles with talks and hands-on fair

Want to know more about electric vehicles?  For the first time west of the Sound, we’ll be celebrating National Drive Electric Week with a Drive Electric Fair.  Come to the Madison Avenue fire station at 10 on Saturday, September 21, for an hour of panel […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]