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BARN’s Kitchen Arts group has been gathering in various forms since its founding — four years ago, at least, McDill guesses. They’ve hosted classes at St. Barnabas (how to make ricotta) and a collaboration with the glass arts studio (how to make fused glass platters and smoked salmon chowder) but this is the first time they’ve got a monthly meeting going.
Community Events, February 2016
How can we keep children safe in a world where technology is changing the way we act and interact with each other? Because “the first step is education,” the Bainbridge Island School District will host two presentations on Thursday, Feb. 11 by acclaimed Internet safety expert Katie LeClerc Greer.
The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum will have its annual meeting next week and will honor the 100-plus volunteers who are vital to the success of museum. The lunchtime meeting will also recount the history of the Suquamish Tribe on the island.
Bainbridge residents will cast votes on the most expensive ballot measure ever for the island — an $81.2 million proposal to pay for a new building for Blakely Elementary, a replacement for the 100 Building at Bainbridge High and other improvements in school facilities — but the vote “yes” campaign has found just a shadow of the financial support that swelled campaign coffers in earlier bond measures.
Turnout on Bainbridge Island for the Feb. 9 Special Election has surpassed 35 percent heading into the final weekend before next Tuesday’s election, according to the Kitsap County Elections Division.