Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for May 31. Feel free to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
FARM TO TABLET | Bainbridge firm offers farmers high-tech marketing.
‘GIVE FOOD A CHANCE’ | Islanders join Monsanto protest.
UNDERWATER GARDENING | Divers replant eelgrass meadow.
COMING UP: The future of Waterfront Park.
Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for May 24. Feel free to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
RACES SET | A roundup of candidates seeking office this fall.
AMPHIBIAN INVASION | Three-dozen frog sculptures arrive for community arts project.
PARK FOR POOCHES? | Vincent Road site proposed for sprawling dog park.
COMING UP: Bainbridge firm offers farmers a high-tech marketing platform.
Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for May 17. Feel free to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
VISIT FROM AN ASTRONAUT| Bonnie Dunbar speaks at Sakai Intermediate School.
SCHOOL CONFIGURATION: “No change” is popular option among meeting participants.
COMING UP: Some good news for island canines and their owners.
Weather: There will be mostly cloudy skies and a chance of rain every day for the foreseeable future, according to the National Weather Service.
At least it will be warm, with highs around 60.
- Jamie Workman will give a free presentation on “The Future of Water” this evening at the public library as part of the Building a Sustainable Economy lecture series.
- Ovation! presents its Glee and Voce’ spring concert “In Tune – a Salute to TV” Friday and Saturday at Bainbridge High School.
- Battle Point Park will be the site of Bubble Day! Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.
- Pick up this week’s Islander or check the Sun’s events page for more listings.
Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for May 10. Feel free to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
FOR SALE: A SLICE OF JAPAN | Fuurin-Oka ryokan seeks new owners.
BOARDWALK FOR FAY | Project would protect vegetation and visitors.
ROCKY FUTURE FOR ROCKAWAY? | City needs environmental permit to avoid long delay.
COMING UP: An astronaut visits Bainbridge.
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.
Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for April 26. Feel free to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
CLIMBING TO VICTORY | Arborists descend on Bainbridge for an unusual competition.
PLEASANT BEACH PHASE 2 | A swimming pool and gym are just a couple new additions planned for fast-changing Lynwood Center.
CONCERN FOR FLETCHER BAY | Increasing levels of bacteria put Fletcher Bay on the “threatened” list for shellfish growing.
BIG PLANS FOR ROTARY PARK | Ballfields will get long-awaited renovations over the next two years.
COMING UP | Students become citizen scientists in watershed project.
A look at The Waypoint and the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art site. Click and drag the image to scroll around.
Shooting for the stars | The Bainbridge High School Rocket Team celebrates a successful first season.
Sailors excel in Dyes Inlet | Photos from the Silverdale Regatta capture the excitement of sailing without the windburn.
A sunny view of Eagle Harbor from Pritchard Park on Tuesday. Click and drag the image to scroll around. Continue reading
Here’s the Friday preview: Bainbridge edition for April 5. Feel free to give your own events a plug in the comment section below. Above, one of these five men will be the next chief of Bainbridge police. From left, Richard Daniels, Harry Glidden, Richard Goerling, Matthew Hamner, and Bryce Johnson met with islanders Thursday. We expect to learn the city’s pick early next week.
Weather: The National Weather Service expects our “unsettled” weather to continue through the weekend. Rain and gusty winds are likely, along with a chance of thunderstorms Saturday. Daytime temperatures will hover in the mid 50s.
Sports: Baseball hosts Eastside Catholic at 4 p.m. today. The JV squad plays at 2 p.m.
The sailing team will visit the San Juan Islands this weekend for the Island Cup.
Here’s the Friday preview: Bainbridge edition for March 29. Feel free to give your own events a plug in the comment section below. Above, a pair of lambs and their mother enjoy some sunshine Tuesday in a field off Madison Avenue NE. (Meegan Reid photo)
Weather: We don’t want to jinx it, but the National Weather Service is predicting a very pleasant weekend. Sunshine and highs in the 60s are expected today, Saturday and Sunday.
Sports: It will be a quiet weekend for the Spartans. The boys soccer team defends its home turf at 6 p.m. tonight against Chief Sealth. And that’s about it.
Here’s the Friday preview: Bainbridge edition for March 22. Feel free to give your own events a plug in the comment section below. Above, reigning Metro League MVP Katie Raben leads the Spartans in their quest for another fastpitch state tournament appearance. (Meegan Reid photo)
Weather: Our wild weather should mellow out today. We can expect some sunshine this weekend according to the National Weather Service, but cold temperatures will stick around.
Sports: Softball plays Mount Si at home today at 3:30 p.m., led by reigning Metro League MVP Katie Raben. Water polo hosts Bellevue at 4 p.m.
Baseball and softball both play at home Monday and Tuesday with games against Nathan Hale and Bishop Blanchett.