Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for May 3. Feel free to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
STREAM OF KNOWLEDGE | Sakai Intermediate School students join cleanup of Murden Cove watershed.
ROUNDABOUT FOR 305? | The state says replacing a signal with a roundabout at Highway 305 and Suquamish Way would improve traffic.
LOCAL SCOUTS WEIGH IN | Local Boy Scouts respond to the national organization’s proposal to lift its ban on gay members.
‘A CHORUS LINE’ | The demanding musical comes to Bainbridge Performing Arts.
COMING UP: Community discussion begins on a possible school closure.
The park district and Land Trust celebrated the opening of the Hilltop park and trail on Wednesday.
Weather: This forecast looks too good to be true. The National Weather Service predicts sunshine and highs in the 70s for Friday through the weekend.
Sports: Spartans softball hosts Lakeside today at 4 p.m. Baseball opens league tournament play Monday against West Seattle. The defending 3A state champion soccer team earned a rest until May 8, after clobbering Lakeside.
- The First Friday Art Walk for May is tonight at venues around Winslow.
- Bainbridge High School Theatre presents “Pippin” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
- A vocal showcase is on tap for the First Sundays Concert for May. Waterfront Park Community Center welcomes mezzo-soprano Cheryse McLeod Lewis, soprano Jacqueline Quirk, and tenor Eric Neuville. The show starts at 4 p.m.
- Pick up this week’s Islander or check the Sun’s events page for more listings.