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Local painter Hank Hays will offer the island a view of his unique work this month at the Bainbridge Bakery, showcasing the distinct Northwest scenes he captures in his oil paintings. Hays’ work is commonly on display, and sells, at galleries in Alaska, though from time-to-time he shows his work on Bainbridge Island.
Bainbridge Island will get a little greener this weekend as rare and unique plants come to the Bloedel Reserve, and hopefully to the homes and gardens of islanders.
It’s not uncommon for people to wonder what would happen if they aggressively pursued their passions in life. Singer Nell Robinson won’t have to face not knowing what could have been. Robinson dared not to wonder any longer.
Local teens have formed a group called “M.O.B. Inc.” (Musicians of Bainbridge) to put on an all-comers performance at the 122 on Winslow Way from 5 to 8 p.m., Sunday, April 22.
Poetry Corners—a way for the Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities Council to engage the community in the art of poetry as well as acknowledge National Poetry Month during April. The council has run the poetry corner competition since 1999, and the next reading is 7 p.m. Saturday, April 28 at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
OfficeXpats will begin a monthlong showing of local garden enthusiast Terry Moyemont’s remarkable photographs featuring gardens from across the world, and close to home. The exhibit starts Friday, May 4.
A solar eclipse and a once-in-a-lifetime event will occur over the next month, and the Battle Point Astronomical Association will have its telescopes ready.
The Bloedel Reserve will feature the professional work of members from the Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists group during the coming month of June.
‘Woman Unadorned’ is plain, pretty and powerful. The series is currently showing over the next month at OfficeXpats in the Pavilion off Madison Avenue.
Over the past month, visitors to the Bloedel Reserve have had a little extra feature to experience — a labyrinth.
Que Sera, a tribute to Doris Day, comes to the island at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 23.
Ovation celebrates nine years on stage by bringing back blackbeard blockbuster.
Bainbridge Island is known for its theater. Plays and musicals fill seats and there is always a performance around the corner. Then one island actor asked: What about the kids? Bainbridge Island Storymakers Studio performs plays tailored just for youth audiences.
Home is where the heart is, and a picture can say a thousand words. Put those two phrases together and what do you get? Most likely, it resembles something like a pen-and-ink portrait by artist Bill Hemp.
Anita Rockefeller has been hard at work in the weeks leading up to the annual Bainbridge in Bloom event, though not entirely on her featured home garden. Rather, Rockefeller spends much of her time in the community garden she began on her own private property.
Best-selling author Robert Goolrick to visit Eagle Harbor Book Company.
Bainbridge Island Historical Museum will debut a new exhibit that tells an adventurous 100-year-old story of four men blazing a trail out of the Old West.
Jeff Hemmat has taken over the reins of the Bainbridge Island Bluegrass Festival for 2012.
This year’s Indie Banditas Bazaar will include a benefit concert to raise money to support the staff and owners of The 122 after it burned down in July.
Local teen, Jordan Sell, organizes summer indie music festival.