BOO! Don your costume and join us in Downtown Bainbridge this Halloween for a fun evening of good old fashioned Trick Or Treating…. Enjoy candy, spooky music, and much, much more… 4-6pm.
Harvest Festival! The annual event at Johnson Farms is this Sunday, September 30th from 11am-5pm. Johnson Farms is located on Fletcher Bay Road just south of High School Road. Old fashioned family fun – something for kids of all ages!
Just published this week, Bloomberg BusinessWeek reports that Seattle voted #2 in the America’s 50 Best Cities .San Fransisco was voted #1 and as much as I love the City By the Bay in my opinion, Seattle wins the best quality of life by a landslide – especially if you live on an island such… Read More
Tomorrow! September 29th from 2-6pm An amazing Vintage market on Bainbridge Island. Select vendors with furniture, furnishings, gifts and more! I promise, you won’t be disappointed.
I love September on Bainbridge Island! I love good food! I love music! I love Lynwood Center and its transformation! This weekend my family will be at the Taste of Lynwood. It features great music, food, a kid zone, and a race (that I will not be participating in but will support the athletes who… Read More
FAMILY FUN EVENT! Do you love cats and dogs? Come to Battlepoint Park next Sunday 9am to 1pm for Wagfest! Fun, food, frolicking, and dog competitions all for a good cause. See you there!
Took a quick trip to Seattle yesterday, walked to Pike Place and indulged in a little Beecher’s “World’s Best” macaroni and cheese…just 8 ounces, always a good time. Pure happiness. On my way to the boat I was asked three different times to take photos of tourist here to visit our beautiful little city. Makes… Read More
It has been four long years, since we last saw many new homes being built on the Island but this summer, developers and contractors have decided to take the plunge. The much anticipated Grow Project is well on its way with 10 reservations for Phase One homes. Ferncliff Village with 20 homes a block north… Read More
This is a news piece on Bainbridge Island, and is a great example of why I love to live here. For years I have driven by this farm. When I first moved here, it was a holly farm. Then, it transitioned to a blueberry farm. At some point it was sold, but remained a blueberry… Read More