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<b>Movies That Matter: Free series starts November 1</b>

Movies That Matter: Free series starts November 1

Former EPA advisor Michael Cox Movies That Matter is a new free monthly film series, featuring thought-provoking movies on a variety of environmental topics. The first one will air Thursday, November 1; 7pm at the Lynwood Theater. In this podcast, BCB host Christina Hulet sits […]

<b>Nelda Swiggett’s Alaska Suite at Grace Church October 13</b>

Nelda Swiggett’s Alaska Suite at Grace Church October 13

Nelda Swiggett wants to inspire her audience through her music to be proactive about addressing climate change. A Bainbridge native, Nelda has composed The Alaska Suite: a musical story of beauty, loss, and hope.  Nelda and her five-piece chamber jazz ensemble will be performing these […]

<b>Climate&Energy Forum tackles 1631, mobility levy</b>

Climate&Energy Forum tackles 1631, mobility levy

This month’s Climate & Energy Forum will address two climate-related issues on our November ballot: State Initiative 1631 and the island’s proposed SAFE Mobility Levy.  Come listen in from 10-11:30 am, October 20 at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church. State Initiative 1631 proposes the enactment of […]

<b>Return to the Forbidden Planet at BPA October 12-28</b>

Return to the Forbidden Planet at BPA October 12-28

Forbidden Planet’s Captain Tempest (Bob Read) and Miranda (Megan Twanley) A sinister scientist, a faithful robot, an uncontrollable monster, and classic rock tunes:  everything you need for a fabulous evening of fun and frolic! Buckle up and blast off for adventure with Return to the […]

<b>Ronald Slye presents his book on Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Sept. 27 at Eagle Harbor Books</b>

Ronald Slye presents his book on Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Sept. 27 at Eagle Harbor Books

TJRC commissioner Ronald Slye (R) and TJRC vice-chair Tecla Namachanja (Photo from Daily Nation) Meet Ronald Slye, a Seattle U law professor who will be describing his experiences as one of three international commissioners for the Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission on Thursday, September […]

<b>Cameron Snow’s film on the Geology of Bainbridge airs September 26</b>

Cameron Snow’s film on the Geology of Bainbridge airs September 26

Filmmaker Cameron Snow (R) with BCB host Sandy Schubach Ever wonder how Bainbridge was formed and where it lies relative to fault lines?  Cameron Snow’s film, The Geological Formation of Bainbridge Island, has those answers and more. Years in the making, the film will be […]

<b>Fusion Flamenco: Arte Y Pasion with Deseo Carmin at BIMA this Saturday, Sept. 22</b>

Fusion Flamenco: Arte Y Pasion with Deseo Carmin at BIMA this Saturday, Sept. 22

Andre Stomma and Stella Rossi of Deseo Carmin If you love jazz, funk, and flamenco, you want to be sure to attend Arte Y Pasion with Deseo Carmin, this Saturday, September 22, 7:30 pm at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Deseo Carmin is a […]

<b>Three Days of Preparedness brings Big Shaker to Bainbridge</b>

Three Days of Preparedness brings Big Shaker to Bainbridge

Are you prepared if disaster strikes our community? Participate in Three Days of Preparedness–September 26, 29, and 30 — and meet Ready Raccoon and the rescue dogs of Empact NW, experience a simulated earthquake in The Big Shaker, and learn more about what Bainbridge is […]

<b>Join the Bainbridge Beach Cleanup Sunday, September 9</b>

Join the Bainbridge Beach Cleanup Sunday, September 9

Bring your friends and family to the island’s beaches on Sunday, September 9, and help keep our beaches clean and free of materials that can both damage wildlife and adversely affect our own food chain. The annual beach cleanup is not just happening on Bainbridge; […]

<b>Bainbridge author Stefani Galaday introduces <i>Finch</i></b>

Bainbridge author Stefani Galaday introduces Finch

Bainbridge Author Stefani Galaday “What’s happening to our world?,” she said. Who is speaking? It’s Finch, the bird-woman, who lives on a treeless island. She wants to build a boat as the water is rising. Bainbridge Islander Stefani Galaday’s new book, Finch, sets the issues […]