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El Velero Overview Flyer 2018

 

 

This Wednesday, February 7th at 6pm, The School District will be hosting an information night at the Wilkes Elementary School commons for all prospective kinder students!

Click here to learn more! 

Island Happenings

 

The Good Karma Bluesical

Tonight Friday, February 2nd | 7:30-9:30

BPA

This is a multimedia Blues & Blues Rock Experience to benefit the BPA Theatre School.

The Good Karma Blues band plays high energy electric blues and blues rock. Band members Michael Almodovar (drummer), Joe Van Dyke (lead guitarist/singer), Mike Lisagor (harmonica player/singer), Elray Konkel (bass guitarist/singer), and Jordan Petri (keyboard player/singer) will be joined by vocalist Shannon Dowling and the BPA Theatre School youth singers.

To get tickets visit https://www.bainbridgeperformingarts.org

 

Fundraiser to benefit Arms Around Bainbridge!  

This Saturday, February 3rd | 5:30-9:00

Bingo

 Your ticket to this event gets you access to the best food on the island, wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages, bingo games, entertainment and fun with friends. It also gets you an opportunity to raise your paddle to contribute to Arms Around Bainbridge so we can continue to support the many families on the island who are struggling with financial crisis as a result of major illness.

For more information and to get tickets visit http://www.armsaroundbainbridge.org/events/

 

Expect Delays In February!

bridgeThe Agate Pass Bridge has scheduled its annual cleaning in February.

The work will begin Feb. 12 and run through Feb. 15 from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Beginning Feb. 20, crews will work for 11 consecutive days until       March 2.  During those days, work will take place from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays and from 7:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Feb. 24-25

Check out this article from the Bainbridge Review for more information: http://pnw.cc/6igm30i4nmX

 

Island News!

CRITICAL AREAS ORDINANCE WORKSHOP

 SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING

TONIGHT-TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2018

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

 YOU ARE INVITED to attend the Critical Areas Ordinance Workshop, which is an open public meeting.  Public comment will not be accepted during this meeting in order to give Council time to discuss the topic.  City Council will not take final action on the Critical Areas Ordinance at this meeting.  Any future action will be scheduled for a City Council Business Meeting, and public comment will be accepted at that time.  Attendees will also have the opportunity to submit written questions at this workshop.  Staff will collect and review these and will provide answers to these questions in a written document following the workshop.

For more information visit http://www.bainbridgewa.gov/Calendar.aspx?EID=2498

New listing!

 Just Listed!  NW Contemporary on 2+ Acres

 CherryOrchard-13 CherryOrchard-16 CherryOrchard-22

8567 Cherry Orchard Lane NE

Offered at $849,000

Stylish NW contemporary home on 2+ acres with level & sunny yard.  Custom designed fenced area with raised garden beds & separate art studio/office.  Vaulted ceilings in Great room with bamboo flooring throughout main level.  French doors open to back patio and park-like yard.  Spacious master suite with walk-in closet on main.  2 bedrooms with shared bath & open loft upstairs.   Laundry & mudroom off of 3-car over-sized garage.  Garden shed.  Consciously designed for energy efficiency & gracious living!

Susan Lorenz
(206) 434-5711  Susan@BuckleyRealEstate.com

Jennifer Saez

(206) 265-2260  Jennifer@BuckleyRealEstate.com

 

 

 

Start the New Year with Disaster Preparedness Training!

Bainbridge Prepares

is partnering with Empact Northwest and the City of Bainbridge Island to host a series of family preparedness classes.  Each class, held twice a month will be 90 minutes long, intended on educating participants in individual and family disaster preparedness so that you and your family will better survive a disaster should one occur.  Skills gainde in this class will include assembling a 72 hour survival bag, family reunification planning, and neighborhood mapping know how.

Upcoming classes in January 

Tuesday, January 9th at Bio+D

4664 Lynwood Center Rd NE #125

Bainbridge Island

Saturday, January 20th at Kitsap Regional Library

1270 Madison Ave N

Bainbridge Island

bainbridge prepares

Click here for more information and to register for a training course.

First art walk of 2018!

Come celebrate the week of the new year with Art!  

This evening, January 5th 6-8pm!  

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Just Listed!

Just Listed!  Sunny Home in Quiet Neighborhood!

Open House this Saturday, January 6th from 12-3pm 

 Sunday, January 7th from 1-4pm!  

 

JohnSt-3 JohnSt-12-cropped JohnSt-15

13881 John Street NE 

Offered at $589,000

A serene & sunny setting with native trees & established garden beds welcomes you to this wonderful home! Situated between Fay Bainbridge Beach Park & Rolling Bay, a slate entry opens to the spacious & sun filled living room with a balcony.  Updated kitchen & attached dining room leads to an expansive back deck and fenced back yard with play space & stone patio.  Newer windows & heat pump.  The lower level has a newly carpeted bonus room & den with 1/2 bath & laundry area-great for work or play!

Susan Lorenz
(206) 434-5711  Susan@BuckleyRealEstate.com

Jennifer Saez

(206) 265-2260  Jennifer@BuckleyRealEstate.com

 

Office Holiday Fun!

x-mas party picVery fun office Christmas party at Heyday farm.  Missing Carrie who couldn’t make it. With our special guest Tom and Myra Hudson.

Weekend Event!

GYPSY JAZZ CONCERT–RANGER AND THE “RE-ARRANGERS” WITH RAY WOOD

Saturday, December 23rd, 2017 | 7-9PM

At the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Auditorium

 Admission: Free/Donation For reservations e-mail: info@RangerSwings.com

Ray Wood is an elder statesman of jazz in the Northwest–he’s been performing around the region and the world for almost 70 years!  He was a founding member of the Rhythm Rockets, one of the area’s first rock and roll bands, and now plays guitar with the Less Paulish trio and Hot Club Sandwich.  The concert will feature music from Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” repertoire of swing standards and traditional Gypsy melodies.