Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Bainbridge Library events in July

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Bainbridge Library events in July


recreated What's Up logo for Libsyn WordPress 300x300After the Bainbridge Library staff march in the July 4th parade, they have a month of activities in store for us.

"Clematis II" is a work of art that will be displayed in the Friday Arts Walk at the Library.
“Clematis II” is a work of art by Christine Hella Thompson that will be displayed in the Friday Arts Walk at the Library.

Guide to GrantSpace: Grantseeker Resources Online: On Tuesday July 7 at 2pm. Learn about the Foundation Center’s vast grant seeker resources for beginners to experts, all available from home through KRL’s Funding Information Network. Registration is required. Please contact Peggy Branaman by email or call 360-779-2915, ext. 9501, or stop by and register at the Bainbridge Island Library.

The 1st Friday Arts Walk at the Library will occur this month on the 2nd Friday to avoid conflict with the Independence Day Street Fair. Stop at the Library on Friday July 10, 5-7pm, to see New Works by Christine Hella Thompson. See the artist’s website.

Avid Audubon birder Gene Bullock will reveal the best local bird spotting locations.
Avid Audubon birder Gene Bullock will reveal the best local bird-spotting locations. Photo by Don Willott of Western Scrub Jay

What Do You Know: Knowledge Explorations Led by Community Experts. The next event is Wednesday July 22, 7-9pm. Birding with Gene: Join Kitsap Audubon Society’s board member Gene Bullock as he talks about the best birding places on the island and throughout Kitsap County.

Grant-seekers and grant-writers will appreciate the July presentation.
Grant-seekers and grant-writers will appreciate the July 7th afternoon presentation.

The Salon – A Forum for Conversation, will occur on Friday, July 24, 1:30-3pm. This is an opportunity to discuss issues that affect us as members of society and to enjoy stimulating conversation. A short article or essay to frame the current month’s topic and stimulate ideas will be posted on the Library website a few days prior to the Salon.

Credits: BCB host and editor: Joanna Pyle; BCB publisher: Barry Peters.