What’s Up Bainbridge

How can dying and death be made easier and more understandable?

How can dying and death be made easier and more understandable?

Elizabeth Coplan and Carolyn Goad Come watch the documentary film “End Game” May 29 at BIMA and stay for a discussion with local support providers. Ignoring death doesn’t make it not happen, so why not learn what kind of options you and your love ones […]

Climate & Energy Forum introduces Our Children’s Trust June 1

Climate & Energy Forum introduces Our Children’s Trust June 1

In an attempt to curb climate change, increasing numbers of young people are being helped by Our Children’s Trust to sue the federal and some state governments, asserting that government’s failure to take action has violated their constitutional right to life, liberty and property. Learn […]

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 […]

A Cultural Celebration of our Community May 23

A Cultural Celebration of our Community May 23

Joyce Nishimura, Karen Vargas, Katy Curtis and Chasity Malatesta Experience music, performances, exhibits, food and the joy of community at this year’s “Culture Celebration: What’s Your Story?” event on Thursday, May 23rd at Woodward Middle School from 5-8pm. In celebration of the many diverse cultures […]

Explore how climate change will affect Bainbridge Island May 21

Explore how climate change will affect Bainbridge Island May 21

Stacy Nordgren and Lara Hansen Join the community discussion about how Bainbridge Island can adapt to climate change at the Climate and Energy Forum on Tuesday May 21 at 7pm at the Good Egg. Speakers: Lara Hansen from EcoAdapt, Stacey Nordgren from Foresight Partners Consulting […]

Fourth Annual Trillium Trail Run: Saturday May 11

Fourth Annual Trillium Trail Run: Saturday May 11

Ready, Set, Go! The Fourth Annual Trillium Trail Run starts at 9:30 am on Saturday May 11 at Battle Point Park, and ends with food and live music from Seattle band Mud Junket. Don’t miss it! As the island’s only organized and supported trail run, […]

WEAVE Presents May offerings start with Trio Brasiliero May 3

WEAVE Presents May offerings start with Trio Brasiliero May 3

Renowned Celtic guitarist Tony McManus will appear with guest Julia Toaspern May 5 at Rolling Bay Hall One of the worlds most influential guitarists, weekly open mics, workshops for teens, dance parties and more! It’s all part of this month’s offerings from Weave Presents at […]

27 Short Plays about Being Murdered in a Hotel by ABBA

27 Short Plays about Being Murdered in a Hotel by ABBA

(L to R) Sarah Reynolds-Taylor and Jeff Brown are victimized by ABBA members Solomia Bishko, Amanda Pease, Jon Brenner and Kristopher Jones Theater of the Absurd meets Swedish pop sensation ABBA: Be prepared to laugh as murder, mayhem, and infinite innuendo ensue in 27 Short […]

Mamma Mia opens May 3 at BPA

Mamma Mia opens May 3 at BPA

(Photo by Derek Villanueva) A Greek island, a mother, a daughter, a wedding, three possible dads, and the music of ABBA: Mamma Mia opens May 3 at Bainbridge Performing Arts — don’t miss the fun! In this podcast, BCB host and BPA veteran Justin Lynn […]

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 […]