New to Market & Open This Weekend!

Just Listed!  

Port Madison Contemporary Cottage




8937 NE Spargur Loop Rd 

Offered at $898,000

Contemporary Cottage on one of Bainbridge Islands most picturesque streets which winds along the south shore of historic Port Madison Bay.  The house was redesigned and rebuilt in 2003 with 2000 square feet of main floor living and 3 bonus rooms downstairs for a total of 2731 in the main house.  An additional 650 square foot detached office/guest house/studio.  Light filled great room has decks on three sides overlooking the level lot.  Two nearby waterfront parks provide easy beach access.

Open House Saturday, November 11th from 12-3pm & Sunday, November 12th from 1-4pm!

 Edward Buckley
(206) 550-3665


 Just Listed! 

Like New View Home 

12124 Charles Pl NE

Offered at $775,000

Rich hardwood flooring is throughout the main level in this 4 year old home.  A large open great room concept with vaulted spaces takes in western views & exposure.  Beautifully appointed kitchen with huge Carrerra marble center island. Lux baths with marble and tile.  Heat pump, huge deck, loads of sun.  Enormous two car garage with space for workshop/studio.

Open House Sunday, November 12th from 1-4pm!

 Maureen Buckley
(206) 947-7354



Did you know Kitsap Co. offers a 3 year tax exemption for improvements up to 30% of the assessed value of your home?


Have you purchased a home or made any improvements to your house?  Kitsap county offers limited tax exemptions and tax relief programs for specific individuals and or types of property.

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Open This Sunday, November 5th from 1-4pm!

Stunning View in Rolling Bay


11008 NE Mountain View Rd  

Offered at $895,000

Views from snow-covered Mt Baker to the sparkle of Seattle!  Perch on your expansive two-level deck & enjoy the constant activity of wildlife & boating.  Panoramas from most rooms in this flexible floor plan. 2 bedrooms + 2 baths upstairs, lower level includes a guest space with private entry, bathroom, & wet bar. 2-car attached garage.  Rolling Bay shops are just a short walk away! Enjoy coffee in the morning from Rolling Bay Cafe & dinner from Via Rosa in the evening.  Public beach access nearby.

  Open House Sunday, November 5th from 1-4pm!

For more information or to tour

please call or e-mail:

Susan Lorenz
(206) 434-5711 |


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Open enrollment for insurance started on November 1st!  


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Halloween Fun at the Winslow Green!

So much fun on Halloween at the Winslow Green!

Scary Agents & Clients! 


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19th Annual Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival


The 19th Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival is November 4th & 5th!

Presented by Arts & Humanities Bainbridge, this annual two-day event showcases films and filmmakers from Bainbridge Island and the greater Pacific Northwest. Films are screened at the historic Lynwood Theatre. This year, Celluloid Bainbridge will once again offer festivalgoers a smorgasbord of quality films both homegrown and from across our great region. Click to see the festival lineup and a schedule of screenings and events.

The weekend kicks off Saturday at 5pm with an Opening Night Reception at The Manor House. Mix with visiting filmmakers and industry professionals while enjoying fine food and drink! After the reception, Celluloid heads across the street for the 7pm screening of the festival’s featured films: “The United Guys Network,” from Vancouver, BC director Tabatha Golat; “The Story of Bainbridge,” a 1960s-era documentary tour of Bainbridge Island produced by the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island; and “Another Man’s Treasure,” directed by the island’s own Steve Stolee. Saturday’s festivities are followed by a full day of screenings from 9am to 9pm on Sunday.

VIP Tickets include admission to the Opening Night Reception and all film screenings and are $50; tickets to Saturday and Sunday screenings are $15; tickets to Sunday screenings are $10; and student admission is $8. Get your tickets today at, and check out and facebook for more information.

It’s going to be a great weekend: we can’t wait to see you there!

Did you know?



The City of Bainbridge Island announced today that it has received the 2017 Green Power Community of the Year Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The annual awards recognize America’s leading green power users for their commitment and contribution to helping advance the development of the nation’s voluntary green power market.

Bainbridge Island, WA was the only Green Power Community in the Partnership to receive a Leadership Award for using renewable energy in amounts that meet or exceed EPA requirements for residents’ and businesses’ collective green power use. Bainbridge Island is currently using more than 16 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, which is enough green power to meet 8 percent of the community’s purchased electricity use. The City of Bainbridge Island purchases 100% of its electricity for its City facilities through the Puget Sound Energy Green Power program. Green Power Communities distinguish themselves through their green power use, leadership, citizen engagement, renewable energy strategy, and impact on the green power market.…/…/9331

Today, October 27th is the last day to share your feedback!

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Improvements are coming to SR 305!  Visit our online open house and share your thoughts!

We want to hear from you! Today is the last day to share your feedback on improvements coming to your community.

 For more information:

Contact Steffani Lillie at Kitsap Transit,

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Fun Family Halloween Events on Bainbridge Island!

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Saturday, October 28, 2017, walks beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Bloedel Reserve 

TICKETS: Only available through West Sound Wildlife Shelter click here to purchase 

Animal handlers will give you an up-close look at spooky and nocturnal creatures and explain each animal’s unique characteristics. Participating past animals included an opossum, a vulture and an owl.

Walks leave every 10 minutes and guests should purchase tickets for selected time slots. Afraid of the dark? Select an earlier walk. Like things extra-spooky? Choose one of the later times. Either way, please bring a flashlight to help maneuver your way along the paths.



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Battle Point Park

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 23-25

  • Rides leave every ten minutes starting at 6:00pm. (Arrive at least ten minutes prior to your scheduled time.)
  • $7 (includes tax) ages 3 & up; 2 and under free.
  • Registration required for your ride. Activity #541000.

Ride through the “haunted” pumpkin-lined trails of Battle Point Park, where ghosts, zombies, mummies and even historic figures emerge from the shadows. Make crafts and play games before your hayride and warm up afterwards with cider and cookies. This is a not-too-scary family friendly event. Event happens rain or shine. No Refunds. Parking off of Battle Point Road.

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Trick-or-Treat Bainbridge Downtown

Tuesday, October 31st | 4-6pm 

Winslow Way merchants join the festivities as thousands of masked superheroes, pirates, fairy princesses, and storybook characters descend on downtown for two hours of Halloween fun. Winslow Way will be open for pedestrian traffic only during the hours of 4-6 pm, with Bainbridge Island Police officers and members of Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs on hand to provide additional traffic management and crossing safety for little trick-or-treaters.

Spooktacular events are set throughout downtown, as shopkeepers up and down Winslow Way will be open to greet ghouls of all ages! The City of Bainbridge Island will once again be opening City Hall for trick-or-treaters.

Many thanks to this year’s sponsors: the City of Bainbridge Island and Cook Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services.



This special event is sponsored by our very own Agents Jennifer Saez & Susan Lorenz!

Week long community celebration starts:

Saturday, October 28

  • 10:30-11:30am – Opening presentation, public remembrances and offerings.
  • 11:30am-2pm – Face painting, papel picado (cut paper), and tissue paper flower activities in the classroom. Sample Mexican hot chocolate and pan de muerto. Themed lunch menu available for purchase in the Bistro while supplies last.
  • 11:30am-6pm – Hosted ofrenda: public contributions to the altar.

Thursday, November 2

  • 4-6pm – Observation of Dia de los Muertos Holiday at the ofrenda.

October 29 – November 5 

  • 10am-6pm – Ofrenda/altar open to the public.


Jazz Takes over Bainbridge Island this Fall!

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BIMA proudly announces the first annual Within/Earshot Jazz Festival for the whole month of October.

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is proud to announce its partnership with the legendary Earshot Jazz Festival to bring you the first Within/Earshot Jazz Festival, a powerful immersion for music lovers of all ages and experiences into America’s most unique, indigenous musical art form.

For more information visit