Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for June 7. Feel free to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
WHITHER WATERFRONT PARK? | Islanders share ideas for improvement.
SCHOOL CONFIGURATION | District taps brakes on school closure discussion.
PUGET SOUND HEALTH | Warning signs in seafloor sediment.
KILMER TOWN HALLS | Climate change central in congressman’s island visit.
COMING UP: BHS bids goodbye to Brent Peterson.
Weather: Our spectacular start to June should continue through the weekend with sunny skies and highs near 70, according to the National Weather Service. Showers may return next week.
Sports: The spring sports season is just about wrapped up. Two Bainbridge Island Rowing boats are competing at Nationals in Tennessee this weekend. Races will be streamed live.
- The First Fridays Art Walk for June is tonight, at venues around Winslow. Check out an exhibition from artists afloat at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts.
- Bainbridge will celebrate National Marina Day on Saturday with a host of maritime-themed events at Waterfront Park.
- The Chamber Music Series concludes Sunday with music inspired by poetry and song.