This September, Kate Gavigan will teach Julia Cameron's new book, "It's Never Too Late to Begin Again: Discovering Creativity and Meaning at Midlife and Beyond."
The fall catalog is out for the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District, with lots of new activities to consider.
Bach love was on the wane. So Dale Henderson took action: He brought the composer’s suites straight to the people, to the subways of New York.
Join local musician David Webb at Kids Discovery Museum for a guitar sing-along and enjoy favorite American folk hits for kids at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 30.
Kids Discovery Museum hosts Sensory Sunday at 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 28.
The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is hosting “Lives and Lies of Port Madison,” a celebration of the colorful history of Port Madison, on Saturday, Aug. 27.
Join Puget Sound Energy to learn about electric safety at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 27 at Kids Discovery Museum.
The Treehouse Café will host Ray Wylie Hubbard at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26 and Saturday, Aug. 27.
The Bainbridge Performing Arts Gallery — a high-visibility, no-commission venue that showcases regional artists in monthly rotating exhibits in the C. Keith Birkenfeld Lobby of the BPA building — is seeking new artists to exhibit in the coming months.
Little Wings and Lee Baggett with share the stage at an upcoming doubleheader concert presented by Space Craft at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26 at Rolling Bay Hall.
Olympic Girls’ Choir has announced its upcoming auditions.
As part of the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art’s Eye on Artist lecture series, Barbara Earl Thomas will share what inspires her along with her methods and materials.
Talk it up at “The Salon: A Forum for Conversation” at the Bainbridge Public Library.
Curious explorers are invited to KiDiMu for science-themed activities on Discovery Friday, Aug. 26.
There’s something about those cute Netherland dwarf rabbits. Just ask Carley and Leah Cargile.
Get ready for another big year of rodeo.
If you’re planning on attending the fair on Friday, Aug. 26, wear purple. You’ll be in good company.
When it’s all finished, it will be the largest covered horse arena in Kitsap County. Maybe even throughout the Kitsap Peninsula.
When most people think of the county fair they think of horses, pigs and cows. And maybe a rabbit or two. But Kitsap County’s fair has something to offer that no others do. Exotic birds.
Ever wonder if the fair we enjoy these days looks anything like the fair of the past? A journey through the annual scrapbooks kept by the fair board may hold the answers.