Emergency Preparedness Pet Seminar, Sunday March 10th

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In case of a disaster, do you have the supplies needed for your pet? This seminar will help you to understand what is needed for both staying home and also bugging out to a shelter.

The seminar will be lead by our wonderful partners at PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap County.

Good Egg has been kind enough to share their space so we will have plenty of seating.

There is no charge for the event, but donations are encouraged. All proceeds will benefit PAWS directly.

 

 

Wanted: Bunny Heroes!!

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We Want your snow pictures!!

Send us your best snow pictures during the recent winter wonderland…. So we can post……………….

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 Thank goodness it’s raining. Never thought I would say those words…………………

EMAIL TO:  OFFICE@BUCKLEYREALESTATE.COM

1st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. community celebration at BIMA!

SUNDAY, JANUARY 20TH | 4-8pm

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND MUSEUM OF ART  

FREE EVENT

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In partnership with City of Bainbridge Island, Race Equity Network, Bainbridge Island School District Multicultural Advisory Council

An afternoon celebrating the ideals, memory and vision of Martin Luther King Jr.  Join our all ages event that will include a diverse sampling of music, food, artwork, age appropriate activities for kids, presentations and guest speakers from throughout our community.

For more information visit www.biartmuseum.org

Exciting Weekend Event on Bainbridge Island!

Get ready for a tale soaked in Irish Culture! blog BPA

BAINBRIDGE PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS:

IRISH PLAY SERIES (#2) 

THE SEAFARER

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12TH  |  7:30 & 10:30

Admission $20.00 | Click here to purchase tickets

 

On a dark winter’s night in the Dublin Mountains the wind and rain howl around a skull-faced building overlooking the city. In the oppressive warmth inside, members of the Hellfire Club play cards, betting recklessly on money, horses, land, and women.

NOTE:  Contains Strong Language

For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.bainbridgeperformingarts.org

Bainbridge Island Historical Museum now free to the general public!

DISCOVER BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HISTORY…FOR FREE!

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THE BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HISTORICAL MUSEUM IS PLEASE TO ANNOUNCE THAT STARTING JANUARY 2ND 2019, THE MUSEUM WILL BE FREE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC!

THE MUSEUM RECOGNIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF UNDERSTANDING OUR ISLAND HISTORY AND SHOULD BE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL. THEY AIM TO EXPAND THEIR MISSION IN THE NEW YEAR AND CONTINUE TO CREATE TRANS FORMATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR ALL!

For more information visit www.bainbridgehistory.org or click here to see their facebook page

30th Anniversary Mochi Tsuki 2019 Celebration!

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Mochi Tsuki 2019

30th Anniversary Celebration |  Free Admission

Saturday, January 5th | 11-3

Woodward Middle School

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What started as a local family tradition in the 1970’s has turned into a beloved Bainbridge Island community celebration.  In celebration of our 30th anniversary we welcome all guests to our new, larger venue– Woodward Middle School.  With our expanded capacity there will be no lines, no tickets required to attend either the event or the Seattle Konko Taiko performances!  Guest of all ages will enjoy hands-on traditional mochi making (and eating!) and learning about the culture and history of the Japanese American community on Bainbridge Island.

~Mochi Tsuki is 100% funded by the community.  Donations are greatly appreciated!~

For more information visit www.bijacevents.org

 

 

 

 

What to do with your tree? Recycle it!

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22ND ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLE

Support your local Boy Scout Troop 1564 by letting us recycle your Christmas Tree for a donation. Each year we provide this service to the community as our only fundraising event by our troop.

One day a year we collect trees from all Bainbridge Island addresses that have made a reservation. Take off the ornaments, stand, and lights from your tree after the holidays and put the tree to the curb for recycling. Scouts will pick up your tree between 8am and 4pm and recycle it into mulch. We cannot take wreaths, flocked trees, or artificial trees.

Tree recycling is both a community service and a fundraising event for our troop. We suggest a donation of $15 for the pickup service.

Click here to register your address today!

WELCOME 2019! HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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Have a Happy and Safe Holiday…

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