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There are a lot of things to see and do...please view our community calendar for a comprehensive listing of events  
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Our Favorite Event Picks for June 2012  


 Jun  1

First Friday Art Walk

Jun  2 

Bainbridge Island Farmers' Market

    June Faire - Port Gamble

    Looking at Bainbridge: The Photography of Joel Sackett

    Bainbridge In Bloom Speaker Series

    KIDIMU Birthday Bash

    Joel Salatin - Folks, This Ain't Normal!

    The EDGE Improv

Jun  3 

June Faire - Port Gamble

Books - Watson: Dog Days

Jun  4 


    Sustainable First Monday

    Open Mic Science

Jun  5 

How To Self-Publish Workshops

    Transit of Venus

Jun  6 

Books on Tap

Jun 7 

Books - Barbieri: The Cottage at Glass Beach

Jun  9 

 Bainbridge Island Farmers' Market

    Planetarium Show & Star Party

Jun 10
Books- Keister: Along the Corkline 

Jun 12

Books - Campbell: Once Upon a River 

Jun 13

Island Film Group: A Place in the Sun

Jun 14 

The Tempest

Books - Tice: How
They Started

Jun 15 

No More Schoolapalooza

    Summer Movie Matinee: The Adventures of Tintin

    Pirates of Penzance

Jun 16 

Bainbridge Island Farmers' Market

    2012 Healthy Living Fair

    Bicycle Drive

    Strawberry Festival

    Island Theatre

    Pirates of Penzance

Jun 17 

Historic Port Blakely Walk

    Island Theatre

    Pirates of Penzance

Jun 19 

Field's End Writers' Roundtable

Jun 20 

WWA Quilt Shop Hop

    Travelogue: Down John's Road

Jun 21 

WWA Quilt Shop Hop

Jun 22 

Bainbridge Uncorked Island Wine Festival

    Pirates of Penzance

WWA Quilt Shop Hop

Jun 23

Bainbridge Island Farmers' Market

    Bainbridge Uncorked Island Wine Festival

WWA Quilt Shop Hop

    Que Sera! Celebrating Doris Day

    Pirates of Penzance

Jun 24 

Bainbridge Uncorked Island Wine Festival

Books - Cleveland & Matonovic: Between Grace & Fear

 Pirates of Penzance

Jun 28

Books - Hughes & Miller: The Pen & the Bell 

Jun 29

Rotary Auction & Rummage Sale Preview

    Pirates of Penzance

Jun 30 

52nd Annual Rotary Auction & Rummage Sale

    Bainbridge Island Farmers' Market

    Pirates of Penzance





View details in the community calendar 


Live Music


Grace Episcopal Church Kirtan Chanting, First Thursdays  


Island Music Center 


Seabold Second Saturdays




Coffee House

Treehouse Cafe

The 122

Recreational Folk Singing

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Mickey Molnaire, Editor  
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Don't Miss These Chamber Events:   


BASE:  Sustainable Food & Agriculture Systems with John Gardner & Tony D'Onofrio 

Fri., June 8, 5:30-7 PM, BI Museum of Art

In this next lecture of the Building A Sustainable Economy series, Gardner & D'Onofrio will explore the history, politics, and economics that have led to the current energy intensive agriculture system and discuss trends and solutions favoring a shift to a more sustainable food system. Admission is $10. Please RSVP online only. More... 


June Chamber Luncheon

Wed., June 20, 11:30 AM 

Kitsap County Economic Update with County Commissioner Robert Gelder. Find out what's been happening county-wide and how it affects Bainbridge Island. Public welcome. At Wing Point Golf & Country Club. Sign up online or call 206-842-3700. More...

June Chamber After Hours 

Thurs., June 28, 5:30 - 7 PM

Hosted by Integrated Wellness Center at 164 Knechtel Way NE. Meet the Integrated Wellness team of practitioners and receive free chair massages and Low Level Light Therapy laser treatments. Light appetizers and drinks will be served. Free. Public Welcome. No reservations needed. More...

Bainbridge Business Connection 

Fridays,  7:30 - 9 AM 

The Bainbridge Business Connection (BBC) is a Creative Strategy Roundtable offering storefront and home-based Bainbridge business owners and managers a focus group for strategy testing, honest detailed critique, and community support. At Office XPats in the Pavilion. More...

This Month's Featured Event


Bainbridge Uncorked 2012
Fri., Sat. & Sun, June 22-24


Enjoy a weekend on Bainbridge Island packed with winery activities!

Friday, June 22 ~ 5-9 PM
Discover the Island's Downtown Tasting Rooms. Enjoy local wines and appetizers at four tasting rooms.

Saturday & Sunday, June 23 & 24 ~ 12-5 PM
Tours at 7 Island wineries and tastings with the winemakers.

Saturday, June 23 ~ 5-8 PM
Enjoy all 7 wineries in one place. Meet the winemakers and taste new wines paired with great local bites.
More info & tickets ...  

First Friday Art Walk
Fri., June 1, 6-8 PM  

Bainbridge Library: Enjoy Baroque music and refreshments at this special First Friday retrospective featuring the work of 28 artists. Take a docent-guided tour of the Fern, Japanese, and Perennial gardens. Island Gallery: Sculptural Illuminations by Wendy Dunder; Roby King Galleries: Barrku! Treasures from a Distant Land; Bainbridge Arts & Crafts: The Island Garden; Danger: Gail Bair. Other galleries include Millstream and The Directors Gallery. Live music also at Danger, Island Gallery. Ranger & the Re-Arrangers at The 122. Refreshments served at most venues! A number of local restaurants join the monthly event, offering small plates and weekend specials. Easy walk from the ferry. Complete list of venues here...

June Faire 
Sat., June 2, 10 AM - 5 PM
Sun., June 3, 10 AM - 2 PM

Annual re-creation of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Enjoy armored and rapier combat, archery, dancing, bards, arts & crafts, merchants and more! Come witness acts of chivalry, become a part of past, and watch history come alive! Off the island in nearby Port Gamble. More...

KIDIMU Birthday Bash 
Sat., June 2, 10 AM

Free Community Celebration to mark the second anniversary in the Kids Discovery Museum's new home! Enjoy a free-admission day filled with family fun, including performances by Roberto the Magnificent, Motsimoyo Marimba, David Webb and the rock-and-roll children's band The Not-Its!, and more. For details, please visit the Web site. All welcome! More...

Joel Sackett
Looking at Bainbridge: The Photography of Joel Sackett  
Sat., June 2, 10:30 AM

A talk with photographer Joel Sackett about his work on Bainbridge Island and his most recent project documenting the Bainbridge Public Library in its fiftieth year. A Q&A period will follow the talk.
As an editorial photographer, Joel Sackett's pictures have been featured in National Geographic, Time, and Business Week. In recognition of his work as a historian of Bainbridge Island images, Joel was awarded one of the first Island Treasure Awards in 2000. Free at the Library. More...

Haiku Garden at Bainbridge Island Public Library, Bainbridge Island, WA
Bainbridge in Bloom Speaker Series   
Sat., June 2, 1:30 AM

"Art and Artists Inspired By the Garden" brings you Mesolini Glass artists Diane Bonciolini and Gregg Mesmer; potter/painter Terry Siebert; and painter/metal artist Ted Hoppin, sharing their work and their creative processes. This is a unique opportunity to hear and talk with these busy artists, each working in different mediums, all of whom have been inspired by the natural beauty around them. Free at the Library. More...

Joel Salatin
Folks, This Ain't Normal with Joel Salatin    
Sat., June 2, 2 PM

Friend of the Farms present a talk with Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms, featured in Smithsonian magazine, National Geographic, Gourmet and in the New York Times bestseller Omnivore's Dilemma by food writer guru Michael Pollan. His message is both sobering and inspiring. Historical contexts create jumping-off points for the future-a future as bright as our imagination and as sure as the past. Tickets benefit Friends of the Farms.  More...

The Bloedel Reserve
A Month of Events Dedicated to Nature & Well-Being at Bloedel Reserve 

Bloedel Reserve founder Prentice Bloedel was fascinated with the relationship between people and plants, often writing eloquently on the subject, as he designed the gardens and landscapes of The Reserve. Join these experts from many disciplines as they explore the unique relationship between nature and humans, and the healing and therapeutic qualities of landscapes and gardens.

Sat., June 2, Nature Contact and Human Health: Is the Evidence In?

Tues., June 5, Prentice Bloedel's Quest

Wed., June 6, Designing Forest Settings with Human Preferences and Well-Being in Mind

Fri., June 8, Every Step a Healing Step (lecture & guided meditative walk)

Sun., June 10, The Restorative Power of Plants

Wed., June 13, Healing Garden Designs

Thurs., June 14, Landscaping for Privacy: Innovative Ways to Turn Your Outdoor Space into a Peaceful Retreat

Sat., June 16, Therapeutic Design Adaptations for the Home Garden

Sun., June 17, Art in Nature: The Therapeutic Effects of Nature Photography-A Personal Story

Tues., June 19, Leave No Child Inside: Reconnecting Children with Nature

Fri., June 29, "Echoes of Creation" (Video screening & talk)

Sat., June 30, Restoration & Celebration - The Created World Around Us (lecture & guided meditative walk)

Tickets, times & speakers' biographies and complete descriptions of these lectures, at the web site.

The EDGE Improv
Sat., June 2, 7:30 PM

Join The EDGE for an ingeniously improvised evening of on-the-spot comedy, all from audience suggestions. For more than sixteen years, the troupe's riotous antics have inspired rave reviews from audience members.  Season Presenting Sponsor: Coates Design Architects. At BPA. More...

May Readings at Eagle Harbor Books

Elsa Watson - Dog Days  
Sun., June 3, 3 PM 

This fast-paced, imaginative romp,  introduces Jessica Sheldon, a cafe owner with a deep fear of dogs in the dog-crazy community of Madrona, Wash., home to the annual Woofinstock. Jessica's cafe is struggling because of an unfortunate antidog blowup on Jessica's part during the previous year's festival. While trying to make amends, Jessica rescues Zoe, a stray German shepherd-and a bolt of lightning causes the two to exchange bodies. Jessica has a crush on the town vet, Dr. Max Nakamura, and he reveals in front of "Zoe" that it's reciprocated. Is Jessica destined to stay a dog forever?  There will be a Dog Costume contest - well-mannered canines are welcome.

Heather Barbieri - The Cottage at Glass Beach
Thurs., June 7, 7:30 PM

The resonant tale of a woman who, in the wake of scandal, flees to a remote Maine island to reconnect with her past--and to come to terms with the childhood tragedy that has haunted her for a lifetime. Set on the rugged New England coast, The Cottage at Glass Beach strikes the perfect balance between high lit and mainstream women's fiction, infusing a potent and unforgettable love story with unforgettable characters that will remain with you long after the final chapter.

Gray Keister - Along the Corkline
Sun., June 10, 3 PM

Gary Keister of Port Townsend first went to sea as a young cabin boy on a fishing vessel, growing up in at a time when commercial salmon fishing in Puget Sound was at its peak. He went on to earn a living himself as a commercial fisherman, a life that supported his family and his education until the fated Exxon Valdez oil spill washed away not only his fortune but the fortunes of many. Along the Corkline, a rich account of a young man's life lessons and the power of resilience, is complemented by photos, poems from life at sea, and recipes from an international cast of crew members.

Bonnie Jo Campbell - Once Upon a River
Tues., June 12, 12:30 PM

A special daytime event with Bonnie Jo Campbell, best-selling author of American Salvage, Q-Road, and Once Upon a River, just being released in paperback. This taut story of Margo Crane, a 15-year-old girl in Southern Michigan facing demons by herself, has been praised by bookreviewers, book groups, and booksellers nationally. "Margo Crane is a 20th century Huck Finn, and the tale of her odyssey on the Stark River is a passage into adulthood that is as distinct and memorable as any in recent years."
Carol Tice - How They Started 
Thurs., June 14, 7:30 PM

How They Started: How 30 Good Ideas Became Great Companies is about 30 people who had an idea, and went on to start a business. Those businesses are all extremely successful and most are now household names all across America. Through personal interviews with key sources - including founders, investors and past employees - each profile reveals how the company took its first tentative steps and subsequently became the famous name it is today.

William Cleveland & Milenko Matonovic - Between Grace & Fear  
Sun., June 24, 3 PM

EHB hosts a community conversation between Milenko Matanovic, founder and executive director of the Pomegranate Center, and Bainbridge Island author Bill Cleveland on his book Between Grace and Fear: The Role of Arts in a Time of Change.  The book is a collection of interviews on how the arts will contribute to a more just and sustainable society and the conversation between Bill, Milenko, and the audience will likely be a wonderful contemplation of the roles that artists and arts organizations should play.

Holly Hughes & Brenda Miller - The Pen & the Bell: Mindful Writing in a Busy World 
Thurs., June 28, 7:30 PM

Hughes, an accomplished poet, and Miller, an award-winning essayist, spent a year in dialogue, writing stories in which they use personal experience to explore how traditional contemplative practices-such as meditation, yoga, mindful walking, and mindful eating-can be applied in a world of packed schedules, dozens of daily technologies, and a thousand distractions. In a conversational style, with a minimum of jargon, the authors explain how these practices can be linked to both reading and writing in rich and unexpected ways.


Village-Making: The Changing Face of Bainbridge Families 
Mon., June 4, 6:30 PM

Five Bainbridge Island professionals with diverse expertise, insights and opinions, discuss what they've seen happening with family demographics and family values on our Island over the past several decades. They consider whether family patterns influence the stability and well-being of our community, and they will talk about critical, village-making questions: Do we, as a town, need to get more deeply involved in supporting diverse, special needs, and transitioning families in order to strengthen our Island? At the BIMA Auditorium.   More... 

Sustainable BainbridgeSustainable First Monday: Potholes Along the Salmon Recovery Road
Mon., June 4, 6:30 PM

Salmon Management in Puget Sound Jay Zischke, Marine Fish Program Manager of the Suquamish Fisheries Department, will explain the complexities of Puget Sound salmon management and bring us up to date on the status of salmon recovery in the Kitsap County nearshore environment. Co-sponsored by Sustainable Bainbridge and the Bainbridge Island Watershed Council. At the BIMA Auditorium.  More... 

Open Mic Science at Treehouse Cafe, Bainbridge Island, WAOpen Mic Science
Mon., June 4, 8 PM

Each year, 1.7 million people in the U.S. sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), most of which result from automobile accidents, crime, and sports related events. There is a significant unmet medical need for improvements in TBI prevention, diagnosis, and treatments. Dr. Stewart will review the epidemiology of TBI and what is and is not being done to change the outlook for TBI patients. Meet leading local scientists the first Monday of every month at the Treehouse Café. FREE  More... 

BooksHow To Self-Publish Workshops
Wednesdays in June


A chance to explore why small businesses would want to use self-publishing services and navigate some of the choices and issues facing novice publishers. At Officexpats Upstairs in the Pavilion. More.     


Transit of Venus
Tues., June 5, 3 PM

At 3:05:50 p.m. Venus begins its transit across the face of the Sun. A Venus transit will not recurr until 2117. Come watch through BPAA's solar telescopes, weather permitting.
June 9, 8:30 Planetarium Show "All Things Saturn"
The most distant of the planets visible to the naked eye, second-largest planet in the Solar system, Saturn will be high in the sky during the month of June. 
Free at Ritchie Observatory, Battle Point Park.

Books on Tap
Wed., June 6, 7:30 PM

Tap into your inner genius at Treehouse Café. Come for an hour of literary pub trivia and team games, followed by an hour of open word-game play. Dazzle your new friends with your encyclopedic knowledge of book trivia, then relax with a snack (refreshments provided!) while you referee a cutthroat game of Scrabble. If you're feeling competitive, stop by the Bainbridge Branch of Kitsap Regional Library for a booklist. Read more, win more! This event is 21+. More... 

Island Film Group:
Wed., June 13, 7 PM

Based on Theodore Dreiser's novel An American Tragedy, this classic American film focuses on the enthralling story of the real-life murder of Grace Brown by her boyfriend Chester Gillette in New York in 1906. George Eastman and his girlfriend Alice Tripp (Shelley Winters) live modestly, but George dreams of reaching the top of the social ladder. He eventually falls in love with another woman (Elizabeth Taylor) as he starts to climb, but Alice sabotages their hopes for a relationship. Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelley Winters; Paramount Pictures; Directed by George Stevens; 1951 Free at the Library. More... 

The Tempest 
Thurs., June 14, 7 PM 

Stratford Shakespeare Festival's critically acclaimed production of THE TEMPEST. The story focuses on Prospero (Christopher Plummer), the banished Duke of Milan. Marooned on a distant island with his daughter, Miranda (Trish Lindström), Prospero has spent twelve years perfecting his magic arts. Now, with the help of the spirit Ariel (Julyana Soelistyo), he raises a storm at sea, bringing within his grasp the enemies who robbed him of his dukedom. At Bainbridge Cinemas. More...

No More Schoolapalooza - Bainbridge IslandNo More Schoolapalooza
Fri., June 15, 12 Noon

Celebrate the last day of public school and the start of summer vacation with an afternoon of music by local youth bands!
Frisbee, hack, tan, hang out, bring your slack line, chill. Free at Waterfront park. More... 

Summer Movie Matinee: The Adventures of Tintin 

Fri., June 15, 3:0 PM


Tintin is the intrepid young reporter whose relentless pursuit of a good story thrusts him into the middle of a thrilling adventure involving the legend of the nefarious pirate, Red Rackham. Based on the series of comic books by Herge. Rated PG. We'll be showing a fun line-up of family films every other Friday all summer long. We'll pop the popcorn! Free at the Library.  More...  

The Pirates of Penzance 

Fri., June 15, 7:30 PM


Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge is pleased to present the hilarious comedy, The Pirates of Penzance, in nine performances June 15-July 1, 2012. Ovation! is supported, in part, by One Call for All. Performance times: Fri & Sat 7:30 PM, Sun 3 PM. More...  

2012 Healthy Living Fair 

Sat., June 16, 10 AM-4 PM


See how the Island can make you a healthier person. Doctors of Medicine, Chiropractic, Naturopathy; Massage Therapists, Acupuncturists, Radiologists. At Woodward Middle School. 

Bicycle Drive  

Sat., June 16, 10 AM-4 PM


Donate a bike, change a life! Drop-off your unused bicycle and spare parts at Bethany Lutheran Church, 7968 Finch Rd. NE, on Saturday, June 16th, from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. The bicycles will be shipped to South Africa to those in need, such as AIDS patients and orphans. The bicycles must have good frames, although the tires and remainder of the bike may be in any condition. More... 

Filipino-American Community, Bainbridge Island, WA
2012 Strawberry Festival   

Sat., June 16, 12 - 4 PM


Celebrate this annual island event with a traditional Filipino lunch served from 12 - 3 pm. 2012 Royal Court Coronation and Philippine Cultural Dances start 2 pm. At the Filipino-American Hall, High School Road. All are welcome. Info 206-842-8984 - President Tabafunda.  

Island Theatre    

Sat. & Sun, June 16 & 17
7:30 PM  


Island Theatre at the Library presents "The Little Dog Who Laughed" by Douglas carter Beane. Directed by Tim Davidson. At Bainbridge Public Library. More...  

Latin Night
Salsa Fresca
Sat., June 16, 7:30 PM

Dance to live music by Malo Combo. Singles & couples; Adults & teens. Dressy casual. Be kind to wood floor - wear shoes with clean soles, no black marks. Doors open 7:15p; pay at the door all events. Info www.educatedfeet.net. 7:30-8:15 pm workshop, 8:15-10:30 pm dance, DJ music! Admission price at the door includes workshop.  At Island Center Hall. More...

Historic Port Madison, Bainbridge Island
Historic Port Blakely Walk 
Sun., June 17, 12 PM

Curt Winston and Jacques Alloin will be your guides to the history of the Port Blakely area. Information and registration available by calling the museum at 842-2773. Free to Historical Society members - $4 Donation suggested for non-members. More...

Quilt-Mary Beth O'HalloranWestern Washington
Quilt Shop Hop

Wed. - Sat.,  June 20-23

Begin your Kitsap leg of the tour on Bainbridge Island at Esther's Fabrics, which has been serving needlecrafters for more than 50 years. Then, stop in at McKenna Ryan Showroom (more like a quilt museum!) on Ericksen for more inspiration. Make sure you visit the other quilt shops in our North Kitsap area: Kingston Quilt Shop, Quilted Strait in Port Gamble and Heirloom Quilts in Poulsbo. In-store drawings, guest pattern designers with trunk show demonstrations. More...

Travelogue: Down John's Road
Wed., June 20, 7:30 PM 


Follow journalist John Olson as he recreates John Steinbeck's iconic Travels with Charley journey in a GMC pick-up truck and camper. Co-sponsored by the Bainbridge Public Library and The Traveler. Free at the Library. More... 

Que Sera! Celebrating Doris Day 
Sat. & Sun, June 23 & 24
7:30 PM

Renowned vocalist Kristi King, wearing platinum wigs and gorgeous gowns, tells the life stories and sings the hit songs of Doris Day. At BIMA Auditorium. Tickets online at brownpapertickets.com. More...

Annual Bainbridge Island Rotary Rummage Sale
52nd Annual Rotary Auction & Rummage Sale  
Sat., June 30, 8 AM - 2 PM
Preview Fri., June 29,
5-8 PM

Is this the world's largest rummage sale? Imagine this - six acres of stuff that combines your grandmother's estate sale, your father's tool sale and your mother's moving sale. Add a church rummage sale, a neighborhood garage sale and the inventory of 10 bike stores. With pizza and hot dogs. What better way to spend a sunny Saturday in June? But don't be late or you'll miss the good stuff! At Woodward Middle School. More...

Live Music at Pegasus Coffee House - Bainbridge IslandLive Music on Bainbridge

122 Winslow 

Thursdays, Karaoke 9 PM 
Fridays, Live Music 9 PM 
Saturdays, DJ & Dancing 9 PM 
Sundays, Jazz Night 9 PM  

Bainbridge Performing Arts  
June 1  An Evening of Laughter, Song & Story

June 3  Chamber Music Series: "Moments in Time: Impressions & Portaits 
BI Metro Park & Rec 
Camp Yeomalt Song Circle 
Every 4th Friday, 7:30 PM


Grace Episcopal Church
Kirtan Chanting 
Every first Thursday, 7:30 PM


Island Music Center 
June   8   Terry Holder
June 16   Larry Murante          
June 30   Ronnda Cadle         
Recreational singing - traditional American folk songs
Tuesdays, 7:30 - 9 PM

Pegasus Coffee House
Most Fridays & Saturdays 7:30-9:30 PM

Jun  5    Open Mic with Todd Houghton
Jun  8    TBA
Jun  9    Steve Grandinetti
Jun 15    Mark Sheckler
Jun 16    TBA
Jun 22    Katie Kuffel
Jun 23    Rupert Wales
Jun 29    TBA
Jun 30    TBA 

Seabold Second Saturdays
2nd Saturday of every month
Sign-up 6:30 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
All-acoustic open mic.

June 9  David Weinstock & Friends

Treehouse Cafe

Saturdays, 8 PM
Featuring local artists ranging from acoustic sets to funk & soul dance music.

Jun  2    The Wheeler Brothers    
Jun  9    Kris Orlowski with Zach Fleury    
Jun 15    Amy LaVere    
Jun 23    Fly Paper    

Bainbridge Arts & Crafts, Bainbridge Island, WA Art
Wine Tasting  



Art Galleries  


Bainbridge Island Arts & Crafts


Director's Gallery 

Island Gallery 

Roby King Gallery



Art Exhibits

Bainbridge Island Arts & Crafts  

Bainbridge Island Public Library 

Bainbridge Performing Arts Gallery  

Bloedel Reserve Visitor Center   

The Gallery at Grace Episcopal Church




Bainbridge Island Historical Museum 

Exhibit Continues - Ansel Adams: Portrait of Manzanar

Classic Cycle Museum of Bicycle Racing 

Kids Discovery Museum  

McKenna Ryan Art Quilt & Fabric Showroom 


Wine Tasting

Eagle Harbor Wine Company 

Eleven Winery Tasting Room  

Island Vintners Tasting Room 

Upcoming Events...
Bainbridge Island ferry in the fog - Betsy LegerCheck out our new downtown sidewalks and landscaping! There is plenty to do and see on Bainbridge Island. Hop on a ferry and get away to it all!

Watch the video "Bainbridge Island in Winter"  


Jul  3    July 3rd Street Dance & Barbeque
Jul  4    Grand Old Fourth of July & Fireworks
Jul  5    Where's Waldo in the Library
Jul  6    First Friday Art Walk
Jul  7    The EDGE Improv
Jul 11    Island Film Group: The Exorcist
Jul 13    Summer Movie Matinee: Monsters Inc.
Jul 13    Bainbridge in Bloom Garden Tour
Jul 15    Virgina V Around the Island Cruise
Jul 17    Field's End Writers' Roundtable
Jul 20    Fay Bainbridge Beach Bonfire
Jul 21    Winery Tour Weekend
Jul 22    Winery Tour Weekend
Jul 24    Bainbridge Sings!
Jul 27    Summer Movie Matinee: The Black Stallion
Jul 28    Bainbridge Bluegrass Festival
Jul 28    Seattle Opera Preview: Turandot
Jul 30    Steampunk Social
Jul 31    Bainbridge Sings!
For the most up-to-date info on community events, please see our Community Calendar  
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Bainbridge Island
Chamber of Commerce
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  Bainbridge Island 98110
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