First off: LIBRARY U
On Saturday April 4 at the BIMA Auditorium from 9:30-11:30, filmmaker Cameron Snow & geologist Gregory Geehan screen their work-in-progress-documentary, “The Geologic Formation of Bainbridge Island.” A discussion of the island’s ancient past as represented by its present geology will follow.
On Saturday April 11 at the Library from 10-11:30, Hugh Shipman, Coastal Geologist at the Department of Ecology, will discussBainbridge Beaches & Bluffs: Geology on the Edge.
On Saturday April 18 at the Library from 10-11:30, Barnard Hallet, UW Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences, will explain Glaciation.
On Saturday April 24 at the Library from 10-11:30, Dennis Lewarch, Tribal Historic Preservation Office, Suquamish Tribe, will give apresentation interweaving ancestral stories, archaeology, and the geology of BI & Kitsap peninsula.
On Wednesday April 15 at the Library from 7:30-9 pm, five master women rowers from Bainbridge Island Rowing will speak on Rowing the Danube: participating with sixty others in an International Rowing Federation trip.
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On Wednesday April 22 at the Library from 7 to 8:30 pm, prepare to be part of Bike to Work & Bike to School month (May) by attending an evening of presentations and hands-on learning with Squeaky Wheels experts B. Sue & Jenny.
On Saturday April 25 at the Library from 2:30-4pm: Big voices and belly laughs are on the menu in the Richard Strauss opera Ariadne auf Naxos. Presented by opera aficionado Norm Hollingshead and funded by the Bainbridge Island Friends of the Library.
Credits: BCB host, writer, and audio tech Joanna Pyle; BCB audio editor Lyssa Danehy de Hart; BCB publishers Chris and Diane Walker.