What to do this weekend!

Farm to Fork Dinner with Quince Blossom Kitchenblog1

Saturday, July 30th | 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Dayaalu Center | 159 Wyatt Way NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Summer is here!  Join in on a delicious meal crafted by Emily Abby Klein of Quince Blossom Kitchen.   She will prepare a menu of vegetarian and gluten-free goodness.  Tickets to this special event are $50, and include four courses, gratuity and tax.  The menu will feature locally grown, organic produce and dairy, and be gluten, wheat, meat and peanut-free. Seating will be communal; bring yourself, bring a date, or bring your family!  Register here!

Eleven Winery Concerts kareem

Saturday July 30th |1-4pm|Free Admission

7671 NE Day Road Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Don’t miss your opportunity to hear Kareem Kandi, world-class jazz musician at Eleven winery! 


Calling all Harry Potter fans!EHBC photo

Sunday July 31st | 9-11am

The time has arrived! The new installment of the Harry Potter saga will be released on Sunday July 31st.  Join in at Eagle Harbor Book Company, who is hosting a special  “Ministry of Magic Breakfast” 



St. Patrick’s Day Fun (And Other March Activities)

Bainbridge Island students of art between 5th and 8th grade are encouraged to register for and participate in BIMA’s After School Art Class. On Mondays from 2pm – 4pm, the BIMA classroom becomes a studio for young art.

Learn technique from professional local artists, concentrating on different styles of art with each visit.

  • March 14th – Drawing from Still Life
  • March 21st – Design with Pattern: Color and Form
  • March 28th – Mask Making

Students can participate for $25/session; all materials will be provided.

Bloedel ReserveCelebrate St. Patrick’s Day at one of the greenest places on Bainbridge Island! Andy Navage, Director of Horticulture at Bloedel Reserve, will spend two hours guiding a beautiful informational tour for locals and tourists alike. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about local foilage, this is the tine to do it! Held on St. Patrick’s Day (Tuesday, March 17th), at 10:30am.

Treehouse Cafe, located in Lynwood, is hosting Hunter’s Moon on March 17th, beginning at 4:00pm, for 21+ only. Hunter’s Moon brings together four internationally touring and recording musicians for a once-a-year multi-instrumental trans-Atlantic session. William Pint has been a prominent figure in Seattle Celtic bands since the 1970’s, when he relocated from Milwaukee. A first rate singer, guitar, bouzouki and mandolin player, he now tours the world with Vashon Island (WA) native Felicia Dale, who plays whistle, hurdy gurdy and bodhran. Mike Freeman started life in Manchester (U.K.) and now lives and tours from Kilkenny Ireland. He brings percussion of all kinds to the mix, along with guitar and mandolin. He tours with Alaska-born Tania Opland, a multi instrumentalist who lists guitar, hammered dulcimer, violin, recorders and mandolin among her armoury of instruments, and who possesses a voice of great clarity and depth.

Instrumentally superb, vocally magical, this combination is a Celtic powerhouse – it’s an Irish music party you don’t want to miss. The band has been the mainstay of St. Patrick’s Day celebrations at FX McRory’s landmark Pioneer Square pub for many years, but refurbishment at the venue this year means Hunter’s Moon are on the loose!