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Singer Colleen Raney brings her Celtic sensibility to Stephens House Saturday.   - Della Chen/Courtesy Photo
Singer Colleen Raney brings her Celtic sensibility to Stephens House Saturday.
— image credit: Della Chen/Courtesy Photo

Colleen Raney plays The Stevens House
Working the West Coast circuit, Celtic performer Colleen Raney will bring her vocal talent to Bainbridge Island for a concert at 8 p.m. Feb. 26 at The Stephens House, 191 Winslow Way.

Raney, a Seattle native, grew up with traditional Irish music, singing and dancing with both her family and Magical Strings. She’ll perform Saturday with Colm MacCárthaigh

Cost is $10. To hear a sample of her music, visit For more information about music at The Stephens House, visit

IMC presents Pipia in Magic Chamber
The magic of Joey Pipia is featured in “The Magic Chamber: 60 minutes, 30 seats, One outrageous event,” presented at 7 p.m. Feb. 26 at Island Music Center. Pipia recreates the work of the great traveling magicians of the early vaudeville era. Tickets are $18 and may be purchased at IMC or online at

For more information, visit

Kellie Creamer reads at Eagle Harbor Books
“My Body, My Vehicle” is a GPS guide to navigate your way toward better health.

Bainbridge author Kellie Creamer puts readers in the driver’s seat by taking a closer look at body systems, food supply and how advertising influences perception.

Creamer will read from her new book from 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Eagle Harbor Book Company, 157 Winslow Way.

Despite, or perhaps because of, the many food options available, Americans are unhealthier than ever.

Drawing on 20 years experience as a nutrition and wellness educator in schools and universities, private homes, businesses, health clubs, hospitals, clinics, senior centers and food banks, Creamer offers simple,  easy-to-follow steps for taking control of your body.

Creamer has a Bachelor's Degree in nutritional science, a certification in Ayurvedic medicine, and a Master's Degree in community health. Her work with PeaceCorps took her to West Africa where she taught nutrition.

For more information, visit

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