Bainbridge Island Review


SLIDESHOW | Taste of Lynwood

September 24, 2013 · 8:59 AM

Artist Peter Simon of “To Dye For” poses with some of his crazy creations at the sixth annual Taste of Lynwood block party. / Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review

The sixth annual Taste of Lynwood block party took over the south end of Bainbridge Saturday, Sept. 14, offering guests live music performances, family friendly games and a variety of local craft and food vendors.

The party began in earnest at 11 a.m. featuring food and treats from many local vendors including Treehouse Café, Jaimee Les Crepes, Emmy’s Vege House, Walt’s Lynwood Center Market, Clara’s Wok, Caveman Eats, Taste of Peru, Viking Feast Ice Cream and others.

Musical guests appearing on the main stage included Johnny Bregar, The Paperboys, last year’s crowd-pleaser LeRoy Bell and His Only Friends and a special after party performance at the Treehouse Café stage for the 21-and-over crowd by Massy Ferguson, who has opened for such international acts as Phish and The Grateful Dead.

New to the party this year, at the south end of the block, was the Taste of Lynwood’s first ever Classic Car Show, with benefits going to support Bainbridge Youth Services.

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