Recent Podcasts

Parks and Rec class: Parenting the 21st Century Child

Parks and Rec class: Parenting the 21st Century Child

Raising children in the 21st century can be challenging, but Betsy Lydle Smith has some practical strategies to help your children develop the lifelong qualities they need to be happy and successful.  Her parenting class for Parks and Rec starts Wednesday, March 6th. Betsy’s work […]

WEAVE presents renowned West African percussionist Adama Bilorou March 2-3 at Rolling Bay Hall

WEAVE presents renowned West African percussionist Adama Bilorou March 2-3 at Rolling Bay Hall

Renowned West African percussionist Adama Bilorou WEAVE presents renowned West African percussionist Adama Bilorou, who will appear in concert at Rolling Bay Hall Saturday, March 2 at 7:30. He will also offer a percussion workshop on Sunday, March 3, from noon to 1:30 (Bring your […]

Leigh Calvez on Whales, March 7 at Eagle Harbor Books

Leigh Calvez on Whales, March 7 at Eagle Harbor Books

Author Leigh Calvez Author Leigh Calvez will speak on her book, Breath of a Whale, at Eagle Harbor Books on March 7. Listen here as Leigh tells BCB host Jo Jenkins about her years of experience in tracking and studying whales in Puget Sound and […]

Learn about rain gardens and storm water management February 23 at the Library

Learn about rain gardens and storm water management February 23 at the Library

Rain garden mentors Cheryl Bosley and Karen Carnot Looking for creative ways to manage water runoff on your property? Pick up some great ideas at the  Rain Garden Seminar on Saturday, February 23, 2:00 at the Bainbridge Library. In this podcast BCB host Bob Ross […]

Joe Pulicicchio talks winter produce

Joe Pulicicchio talks winter produce

Challenged by the winter snows? So are our grocery stores! Listen here as Town and Country’s Joe Pulicicchio describes the best of winter produce, stocking challenges during snow events, and T&C’s recent decision to MOVE THE PEPPERS! This month’s big news is that T&C’s peppers […]

Ars Poetica comes to the Bainbridge Library

Ars Poetica comes to the Bainbridge Library

Ars Poetica — the pairing of art and poetry — is now coming to Bainbridge. Selected poems are being paired with photos from members of the Bainbridge Island Photo Club and will be on display at the Bainbridge Public Library, opening March 1. Now in […]

Raising Resilience offers Positive Discipline workshop February 11

Raising Resilience offers Positive Discipline workshop February 11

Odyssey Program Co-founder Peggy Koivu and Kate Pippinger Tired of power struggles with your children? Raising Resilience can help! This Bainbridge Island non-profit is offering a workshop on Positive Discipline with Peggy Koivu on Monday, February 11, from 6:30-8 pm at the high school library. […]

The heartwarming story behind the Bainbridge Island Rotary’s defibrillator grant

The heartwarming story behind the Bainbridge Island Rotary’s defibrillator grant

Rotarians Tom Lindsley and Jack Sutherland installing an AED at Ace Hardware Over 40 defibrillators have been installed around our island since Islander Jack Sutherland’s cardiac arrest at a Rotary meeting. Listen here as BIFD Fire Chief Hank Teran, Rotary president Robin Goldston, and Jack […]

Sakai students take on the TREX recycling challenge

Sakai students take on the TREX recycling challenge

Kathy McGowan, Jim Corsetti, and Elizabeth Vroom with Sakai students Genna Albrecht, Taylor Mass and Rowan Meek You can recycle your plastic bags! Sakai students are collecting, weighing and shipping plastic film to be recycled into TREX composite decking. Listen here as 5th graders, Genna […]

New support group for Alzheimer’s caregivers at BARN

New support group for Alzheimer’s caregivers at BARN

Support Group Facilitator Lori Gordon The Alzheimer’s Association is offering a new support group for caregivers of those with memory loss. Meeting 2nd Wednesdays from 2:30 – 4pm at BARN, the group offers a safe place for unpaid family caregivers to talk through issues and […]