Kitsap News Group staff

Christmas in the Country returns to Bainbridge homes, farms, studios

Christmas in the Country, a traditional tour offering a bounty of locally made arts, crafts and goodies in homes, farms and studios across Bainbridge, is… Continue reading

 

BI Winter Studio Tour features slew of new artists, reliable faves alike

The Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour is 36 years old, and in its prime by any measure. Fifty-six artists are set to show off their… Continue reading

 

Bainbridge boys manage top-ten finish at Metro XC meet

The Bainbridge High School cross country team saw stellar showings by both the boys and girls squad at the recent Metro Championship, thus securing their… Continue reading

 

Carden Country School Pumpkin Parade boasts bevy of gorgeous gourds | Photo gallery

The 29th annual Carden Country School Pumpkin Parade again took over the rural campus Friday, Oct. 25, with a pack of picturesque pumpkin creations made… Continue reading

Island author debuts new surrealist story

Bainbridge-based author, and longtime Review staffer, Luciano Marano is one of 26 contributors to the new surrealist fiction anthology “Breaking Bizarro,” out now in print… Continue reading

Scrappy, hands-on art studio to celebrate grand opening

Scrappy Art Lab, the newest addition to downtown Winslow’s vibrant arts scene, is hosting its grand opening with reuse art activities, live music and light… Continue reading

Island icon releases book-long poem about time, life and hiking

Turn around time. Those of an outdoorsy persuasion will understand the term as it applies to the point in a journey when one must cease… Continue reading

Annual Bainbridge Quilt Festival returns to downtown Winslow

Let’s get ready to snuggle. The Bainbridge Island Modern Quilt Guild will again blanket Winslow Way with works of handmade artistry on Saturday, Sept. 14… Continue reading

Island Harvest Fair set to return to Johnson Farm

The 18th annual Bainbridge Island Harvest Fair, hosted by Friends of the Farms, will return to Johnson Farm from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday,… Continue reading

BIFC collects five championships at Island Cup tourney

Bainbridge Island Football Club recently hosted the ninth annual Island Cup soccer tournament, drawing nearly 90 teams for a hectic weekend of matches. The yearly… Continue reading

Redshift Dance Party promises happy feet at the Treehouse Café

Redshift — billed as “jazz with increased wavelength” — will be playing movement-inducing music at the Treehouse Café during a special free dance party concert… Continue reading

The finish line: Year’s last All-Comers Track Meet is a fun, fast finale

Stretch it out, gang, that’s the end. Don’t forget to hydrate. More than 150 children have participated in each of the six weeks of this… Continue reading

BIFC nabs eight championships at Redmond tourney

Bainbridge Island Football Club recently returned from Redmond with eight championships and three finalists. BIFC had more than 20 teams competing in the Crossfire Select… Continue reading

Penultimate Kiwanis community track meet sees slew of close races

The suspense was terrific. If you like close races, you would have been delighted by the penultimate Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meet, which severely tested the… Continue reading

Young runners shine brightest at fourth Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meet

It was an especially speedy start. Although Preston Brashers finished the jogger’s mile far ahead of anybody else, and was a mere 3 seconds over… Continue reading

Third Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meet sees several standout multi-event victors

Higher temperatures had little effect on the booming crowd of runners and spectators at the third of six weekly Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meets at Bainbridge… Continue reading

Second week sees many a close race at the Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meet

Another huge crowd turned out to enjoy the second week of the Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meet Monday evening. A big field of 41 runners reportedly… Continue reading

That’s A Some Pizza owner earns recognition at international competition

Will Grant, owner and operator of That’s A Some Pizza, has made pizza history once again. Earlier this year, the pizzaiolo (an Italian distinction awarded… Continue reading

July Fourth Fun Run sees record turnout for 40th year

The 40th annual Bainbridge Youth Services Fourth of July Fun Run was the biggest ever, with a record-breaking 1,286 participants in the 5k, 1-mile run/walk… Continue reading

Visit private gardens on Bainbridge to benefit Garden Conservancy

The public is invited to visit five private gardens on Bainbridge Island as part the Garden Conservancy’s Open Days program on Saturday, June 22. All… Continue reading