Sonja Jones

Sonja Jones is a Founding Member and Managing Broker of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty. Sonja attributes high client satisfaction to over twenty three years’ experience in real estate, the majority spent in Washington’s Puget Sound market, combined with her personal yet professional service philosophy. Contact Sonja today to find your perfect island home – satisfaction assured.

Market Trends From Around The Sound: Q3-2022

You may have read headlines about our shifting market: interest rates are up and home sales are down. While that’s true, that simple interpretation of our real estate market is more nuanced, and there are advantages to both sides of a real estate transaction, as long as you have the right real estate advisor by your side. In our quarterly reports, we dig into the numbers to help you decipher what they may mean for achieving your real estate goals. These reports are just the start. A conversation with your global real estate advisor can help you put these numbers in context and what they mean as you approach your real estate goals for 2022, 2023, and beyond.

 

Bainbridge Island   |   Single-Family Homes

For sellers, there is good news—the average number of days on market is 15, up from just 10 days in Q3 of 2021, but not even close to the 34 days on average a home spent on the market during the same part of the year in 2020.

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Kitsap County   |   Single-Family Homes

(Excluding Bainbridge Island) The market has been shifting, and while the number of homes sold is down from Q3-2021, Kitsap County has seen some of the least of these changes with a less than 20% decrease.

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Seattle   |   Single-Family Homes

In the second quarter, the median sold price hit seven figures for the first time ever. But nothing gold can stay, as the poem goes, and while the market has cooled, so has the median sold price, to $965K.

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Eastside   |   Single-Family Homes

While the median sales price is up 3.5% year over year, the average price per square foot of an Eastside home increased by 6.87%. While gains aren’t as large as what we saw just a few months ago, the market is still showing evidence of appreciation.

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Mercer Island   |   Single-Family Homes

Not only is the median sold price down quarter over quarter, it’s also down year over year. The number of homes sold is down by nearly half year over year, and there are three times as many homes available for sale—still, there are 1.8 months of inventory.

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Seattle   |   Condominiums

Year-over-year appreciation is steady: the average price per square up is up over 5% from a year ago and the median sold price is up almost 9%.

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King County   |   Single-Family Homes

In King County, homeowners are seeing appreciation, but it’s true that gains are slowing. The buyers that have stayed in the market are more discerning, especially without the threat of a multiple-offer situation on each house.

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Pierce County   |   Single-Family Homes

The number of Pierce County homes for sale in the third quarter of 2022 is more than double what it was a year before. The number of homes sold is down by almost 30%. And yet, there’s a seller’s market with 1.8 months of inventory.

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Snohomish County   |   Single-Family Homes

The average number of days a home spends on market is up to 22 days—higher than the year before, but not an incredible amount of time, and there’s only 1.9 months of inventory available.

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Life on Bainbridge Island | Local Holiday Shopping

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Shop Small on Bainbridge Island

The sun may be setting by 6pm now, but Bainbridge Island will soon be glistening with holiday spirit! Illuminated by twinkling lights on Winslow Way and the sparkle of the Seattle skyline across the sound, nothing compares. The real magic of the island comes from the local shops that make up the heart of our community. This holiday season, shop local on Bainbridge Island. To help you get inspired, I’ve gathered a few of my favorite local shops, restaurants, and clutter-free gift ideas!

 

Local Favorites in Downtown

Right off the ferry, you find yourself in downtown Winslow. Running about ten city blocks, the streets are lined with local businesses, including restaurants, bakeries, galleries, toy stores, and more. Below is a list of some of the local stores you will find while walking the streets.

 

The Gift of Good Food

Food has a way to bring people together, this holiday season, support one of the fantastic locally owned restaurants on the island by gifting a gift card. You can guarantee this gift will be used and loved by anyone!

 

Clutter-Free Gifts

Shopping for something for the person who already has everything? Consider gifting an experience instead!

 

For the Pets 

We can’t leave our furry friends and family off the list this holiday season! Visit these pet stores for the best baked goods, toys, and accessories.

 

The Gift of Relaxation

Give the gift of relaxation with a gift card to a local spa!

 

Host Gifts

If you need a host gift this holiday season, consider supporting one of our local wineries, distilleries, or breweries!

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Beer

Spirits

Life on Bainbridge | October 2022

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blankThe leaves are turning, and even though we may see gray and rainy days ahead, there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy the crisp fall air and partake in seasonal activities! This October, support local small businesses at the farmers market and moonlight market, learn about meditation, or get into the Halloween spirit with pumpkin walks and community events.

 

All October| Bainbridge Gardens Pumpkin Walk

A Bainbridge Island tradition continues with Pumpkin Walk 2022! The Trail of Pumpkins will be open for the entire month of October, decorated with painted pumpkins and familiar characters. Plus, more photo-ready, family-friendly Halloween scenes and our tot-size straw maze.

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Saturdays, 10am-2pm | Bainbridge Island Farmers Market

Every Saturday, rain or shine, enjoy over 40 local vendors, including farmers, food vendors, live music, and crafters with artisan-made goods.

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Sundays | Live Music at Eleven Winery

End your weekend with an afternoon of wine and live local music. October artists include Cuban Heels, Larry Murante, and Kareem Kandi.

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October 1, 10:45am| Zen Buddhist Meditation

The opportunity to learn and practice Serene Reflection Meditation (Soto Zen) is being offered in downtown Winslow on Bainbridge Island. The meditation group meets every Saturday morning from 10:45-11:45.

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Oct 7, 6-8 pm | First Friday Art Walk

Stroll the streets of downtown and enjoy art, film, food, and community on the first Friday of every month. Bainbridge Island’s Art Walk features galleries, studios, museums, shops, and restaurants showcasing the creative talent of PNW artists.

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Oct 7, 5-9 PM | Moonlight Market at Bainbridge Island Town Square

Take advantage of these warm nights by grabbing a cold beer and some delicious gourmet food while enjoying the music and perusing the dozens of booths that unfold around you. As a family-friendly event, everyone will have a great time!

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Oct 7 & 21, 4-7 PM | Salish Sea Greens Oyster Bar at Eleven Winery

Grab a glass of wine and join Salish Sea Greens as they shuck some of the finest oysters the Puget Sound has to offer. Their oyster bar is complete with all the fixings, including kelp mignonette, lemon, and Tabasco.

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October 8, 12-3pm | 37th Annual Family Carnival

This year’s carnival is free and will include games for all ages, music, food from Bainbridge Island BBQ, and a used book booth!

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October 25-27 | Haunted Hayride

Ride on covered hay wagons through the haunted pumpkin-lined trails of Battle Point Park, where not-too-spooky characters and displays emerge from the shadows. Tickets are $11 per person, registration is required.

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October 31, 3-5pm | Hometown Halloween

Hometown Halloween, an all-ages Island tradition on Winslow Way in downtown Bainbridge! Join in on Halloween activities, trick or treating, photo booths, and much more!

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Life on Bainbridge | September 2022

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Long summer days are beginning to shorten, but events on the island have not slowed. From live music to hiking, and stand-up comedy, check out what Bainbridge Island has going on this September!

 

Thursdays | Live Music at Eleven Winery

Enjoy a summer afternoon with wine and live local music every Thursday. September artists include Carly Ann Calbero, Alana Davis, Jean Lenke Duo, and Kurt Lindsay.

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Sep 1, 6-8pm | Open Mic Poetry at Fletcher Bay Winery – Coppertop Tasting Room

Bring your own work, a poem you love, or just come to listen to the poetry and support the artists.

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Sep 2, 6-8pm | First Friday Art Walk

Stroll the streets of downtown and enjoy art, film, food, and community on the first Friday of every month. Bainbridge Island’s Art Walk features galleries, studios, museums, shops, and restaurants showcasing the creative talent of PNW artists.

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Sep 2, 5-9pm | Moonlight Market at Bainbridge Island Town Square

Take advantage of these warm nights by grabbing a cold beer and some delicious gourmet food while enjoying the music and perusing the dozens of booths that unfold around you. As a family-friendly event, everyone will have a great time!

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Saturdays, 10am-2pm | Bainbridge Island Farmers Market

Every Saturday, rain or shine, enjoy over 40 local vendors, including farmers, food vendors, live music, and crafters with artisan-made goods.

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September 10, 11am – 10pm| The Bridge Festival

The event’s purpose is to showcase Bainbridge Island’s creativity as a designated creative district by Washington Arts Commission (ArtsWa). This all-day festival will feature multiple stages with live music, performing arts, dance, and artisan craft booths. There will be food vendors, a wine bar, a beer garden, interactive art activities for kids, and more!

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September 17, 7:30pm | Stand-Up Comedy with Dean Edwards

Join Dean Edwards from Saturday Night Live and Dan Rosenberg for a night of stand-up comedy.

Edwards is a stand-up comedian, actor, singer, writer, musician and voice artist. His work as a voice actor includes Scottie Pippen and Spike Lee in Celebrity Deathmatch, a robot in Robotomy, and Donkey in Scared Shrekless after Eddie Murphy was unable to reprise the role (Edwards had impersonated Murphy on stage). He also appeared in Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Halftime Special as Savion Glover and Don Cheadle, in Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding as Father Mark, and The Sopranos.

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September 18, 7am | Love & Hiking Date for Couples

Looking for a new date activity? Enjoy a hike at your own pace, with fun digital activities along the way! Recommended to hike at The Bloedel Reserve, but you can take the activities to a trail of your choice.

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September 24, 4- 8pm  | 10th Annual Whiskies for Wildlife

Bainbridge Organic Distillers presents the 10th Annual Whiskies for Wildlife, all proceeds benefit Puget Sound Restoration Fund (PSRF). Featuring more than 225 Scottish single malt whiskies and world-class single malt, grain, blended and antique whiskies from Scotland, Ireland, Japan, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Taiwan, the United States of America, and more. Sumptuous small plates devised especially for this event by the Manor House’s Executive Chef, Joe Benish, to complement the whiskey offerings, will be served at several stations throughout the hall and patio overlooking beautiful Rich Passage. There will, of course, also be a raw oyster bar with fresh, local Port Madison Petites harvested that morning. It will be an afternoon to remember!

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Life on Bainbridge | August 2022

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Summer is halfway over, but the fun keeps on coming! Enjoy the long days and warm nights with friends and family all over this beautiful island. 

 

blankWine Down Wednesday, every week from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Fletcher Bay Winery, Coppertop location

Feel free to bring your own food and take advantage of our drink specials (as low as $5!) while enjoying the live music and beautiful scenery. Each week we feature a new artist, so come every week to hear something new!

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The Sounds of Summer Concert Series is back! As a free event with food vendors, music, and activities for kids, there is something for everyone to have a great time while enjoying the infamous music of LeRoy Bell. Bring your friends, your kids, and your appetite! Guaranteed to be a great night for all!

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blankAugust 5th, 5:00-9:00 PM | Moonlight Market at Bainbridge Island Town Square

Take advantage of these warm nights by grabbing a cold beer and some delicious, gourmet food while enjoying the music and perusing the dozens of booths that unfold around you. As a family-friendly event, everyone will have a great time!

Learn more!

 

blankAugust 5th, 8:00-10:30 PM | Movies in the Park-Luca-at Battlepoint Park

The perfect (and free!) family event and happening every night in August! Pack up the kids and have a blast under the stars. Check back each week to see if you want to see this Friday’s movie!

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blankAugust 7th, 2:00-4:00 PM | Summer Skills of a Naturalist: Family Explorations at IslandWood

Looking for something fun to do with the whole family? This outdoor class is guaranteed to inspire curiosity about our beautiful landscape across all generations! Rain or shine, these naturalists are ready to give you a first-hand look into what a naturalist is, how they are helping our planet, and how you can help too!

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blankAugust 12th, 6:00-8:00 PM | “Blue Boat” at Eleven Winery

Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening for two, a night out with the girls, or exploring a new hobby, this paint-and-sip evening is guaranteed to be a great time. Feel free to bring your own food, everything else you’ll need is included!

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blankAugust 14th, 1:00-4:40 PM | Beautiful Designs Trunk Show at Eleven Winery

Join Hayley of Fruitful Designs for an afternoon of sipping wine and perusing through unique, handcrafted designs. Find the perfect gift that your friends have never seen before, or maybe something just for you! No matter what your taste, you’re sure to find something one-of-a-kind while supporting a local artist. 

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Thinking about getting a furry new friend? This is the perfect event to adopt an animal who is looking for a permanent home. Hosted by a local, active company that cares about giving back to their community, you can feel good about where you got your pet! Feel free to use the link below to check out their current selection of pets to see if one looks right for you! 

Currentlyy available pets!

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Market Trends From Around The Sound: Q2-2022

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Just like newspaper headlines, the story of the second quarter of 2022 is focused largely on the economy–and in particular, rising interest rates. Up significantly from the conclusion of the first quarter, the pace of buying and selling homes had anecdotally slowed, but the numbers in our quarterly reporting inform us that across Western Washington, the time on the market is still swift and the median sold price is still climbing, but now, buyers have more to choose to from. This may be the place in the Venn diagram where the optimal time to be a buyer and a seller are overlapping. Explore the individual area reports below, and when you’re ready to take the next step in your real estate journey, contact a Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty advisor for local expertise and global reach.

 

Bainbridge Island   |   Single-Family Homes

The market is squarely in the seller’s court, with 1 month of inventory available. And with it, climbing prices, including the price per square foot, which was up nearly 30 percent, and the median sales price up nearly 22 percent, year over year.

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Kitsap County   |   Single-Family Homes

(Excluding Bainbridge Island) The number of homes for sale is also up, but despite that, it is still a seller’s market with only a single month of inventory. Buyers here have more options than they did even just a year ago, the number of homes for sale has more than doubling since the second quarter of 2021.

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Seattle   |   Single-Family Homes

The median sales price for a home in Seattle crossed into the seven figures in the second quarter of 2022 for the first time, a 12 percent increase from the same time last year. Median sales prices have been steadily creeping to this million-dollar mark since 2020.

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Eastside   |   Single-Family Homes

On average, homes were on the market for only a week—the same average length of time as a year before. Still the number of homes for sale now, amid climbing interest rates is up 276.95 percent compared to this time last year.

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Mercer Island   |   Single-Family Homes

The pace of cut-throat real estate is slowing down on Mercer Island. There were fewer homes sold and more homes for sale year over year in this coveted location. Still, the median sales price saw an increase of nearly 25 percent year-over-year.

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Seattle   |   Condominiums

With appreciating median sales prices, and fewer days on the market—16 down from 37 in Q2 of 2021—it’s a good time to be a condo seller.

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King County   |   Single-Family Homes

The supply issue many faced just a few months ago is becoming a distant memory—the number of homes for sale in the county is up more than 400 percent year over year.

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Pierce County   |   Single-Family Homes

While the second quarter of 2022 offered less than a month of inventory for sale, there are many more options for buyers than there were just a year ago. The number of homes for sale doubled year over year, while the homes sold fell by 8 percent.

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2022 Waterfront Report

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The beautiful landscapes of the Pacific Northwest aren’t complete without our water views. From in-city waterfronts along lakes and the majesty of the Puget Sound to island living and vistas along Washington’s scenic port towns, there’s nothing like a piece of shoreline to call your own. Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty presents the 2022 Waterfront Report to help inform the next steps on your selling or buying journey.

 

 

Life on Bainbridge | 4th of July Weekend

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The 4th of July celebration on Bainbridge Island is full of fun traditions! Enjoy shopping at the famous rummage sale, explore world-class art, peruse fairs, ogle vintage cars, watch baseball games, literally dance in the street, and enjoy an old-fashioned heart-warming Hometown Parade!

Friday, July 1st

First Friday Art Walk | Downtown Winslow Way | 5pm – 8pm

On the first Friday of every month, downtown Bainbridge Island’s Art Walk features galleries, studios, museums, shops, and restaurants showcasing the creative talent found in our growing art scene.

Moonlight Market |Town Square | 5pm-10pm

During First Friday Art Walk, visit Moonlight Market, a pop-up featuring more than 20 stalls of artists, makers, and cultural groups. Enjoy craft food, drinks, and music by DJ Sam Kelly Jr. 

 

Saturday, July 2nd

Rotary Auction & Rummage Sale |Woodward Middle School | 5pm – 8pm

Explore and shop over 6 acres filled with garage sale items, with all net proceeds going back to the local community! Unique finds and amazing bargains are sure to be found!

 

Bainbridge Island Farmers Market | Town Square | 10am – 2pm

The Bainbridge Island Farmers Market hosts over 40 local vendors, including farmers, food vendors, and crafters with artisan-made goods. Check out a full list of current market vendors here.

 

Chris Kattan – Coming Home Show | Lynwood Theater | 7pm – 8:30pm

Chris Kattan was BHS Class Clown of 1989 but is now best known as one of the longest-serving cast members on NBC’s ‘Saturday Night Live.’ Opening for Chris is Seattle-based Comedian Derek Sheen!

 

Sunday, July 3rd

Stars & Strikes “Old Timers Game” | BHS Baseball Fields | 12pm

The “Old Timer’s” Baseball Game is a 4th of July tradition with proceeds benefiting the BHS team. Alumni Players put on a spirited game for the community.

 

Street Dance | Winslow Way | 6pm – 11pm

There will be dancing in the streets! The lineup includes High Voltage, Ocean Men, and Waiting on V!

 

Street Fair | Winslow Way | 6pm – 11pm

Take a break between dances and enjoy offerings from food vendors and trucks!

 

Beer & Wine Garden | Winslow Way | 6pm – 11pm

Visit the Beer & Wine Garden, near the Street Dance stage, to grab a drink from Bainbridge Brewing and Fletcher Bay Winery!

 

Kids Zone | Winslow Way | 6pm – 9pm

Bring your kids to the KidZone! Sponsored by the children’s museum, KiDiMu! Kids will enjoy beading 4th of July necklaces, go head-to-head in giant Connect 4, build with giant blue blocks, hula hoop the night away, and more!

 

Monday, July 4th

Pancake Breakfast | T&C Parking Lot | 8am – 2pm

Enjoy fresh pancakes to get your Fourth of July day started right!

 

BYS Family Fun Run | Island Fitness Parking Lot | 9am – 11am

After two years of running on your own, the BYS Fun Run is back in person! An island tradition for 43 years! All your favorites are back: the 5K, the 1 Mile, and the Kids Dash for kids 7 and under.

 

Car Show | Columbia Bank | 9am – 1pm

There’s always an eclectic mix of classics, rods, foreign, motorcycles, military, and oddball—cars and trucks in any condition! The show is on Bjune Drive in the parking lots behind Columbia Bank and Chase Bank.

 

Grand Old Fourth Street Fair | BJune Dr & Brien Dr | 9am – 5pm

The Street Fair portion of the festival will be held three blocks from the Ferry Terminal on Brien and Bjune Drives in downtown Bainbridge Island. With approximately 110 booth full of arts and crafts, food, information, nonprofit organizations, children’s games, and amusements. The Grand Old Fourth street fair is known for its quality hand-made goods!

 

Live Music | T&C Parking Lot | 10 am – 5 pm

Live music above Bjune Drive in the T&C parking lot will entertain and delight throughout the day while enjoying the Car Show, Street Fair vendors, and Beer & Wine Garden.

 

Beer & Wine Garden | Waterfront Park | 11am – 5pm

Enjoy beer from local vendors, Bainbridge Brewing and Eleven winery!

 

Grand Old Fourth Hometown Parade | Madison Ave & Winslow Way | 1pm – 3pm

Join the mile-long Grand Old Fourth Hometown Parade. There are typically over 100 participants that are sure to keep you entertained!

 

Kid Zone | Waterfront Park | 9am – 5pm

Bring your kids to the Kid Zone for fun activities sponsored by The Marshall Suites.

 

 

 

Life on Bainbridge | June 2022

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The official first day of summer is just days away! Celebrate with sunshine and local Bainbridge Island events all month long!

  

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Live music, great food and drinks, and over 30 market booths to peruse, what more could you ask for? Stop by the Bainbridge Island Town Square to take in some of the best local offerings!

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Stroll the streets of downtown and enjoy art, film, food, and community on the first Friday of every month. Bainbridge Island’s Art Walk features galleries, studios, museums, shops, and restaurants showcasing the creative talent of PNW artists.

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blankJune 3 – 5 | Bainbridge Ballet Presents: Cinderella

A modern telling of a classic story! Watch as this brave young woman sets aside the judgments and expectations of other people, take fate into her own hands, and dance her way into her very own Happily Ever After.

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Visit the Bainbridge Island Farmers Market, Open 10-2pm every Saturday, April-November (rain or shine!) in the Town Square at City Hall! Explore over 40 local vendors, including farmers, food vendors, live music, and crafters with artisan-made goods.

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Celebrate Children’s Day with BIMA’s Alice in Wonderland-themed Tea Party! A selection of teas, petite pastries, cookies, and other marvelous tea-time goodies prepared by BIMA’s own chef, Stephanie Knutson. Dress up.Tickets must be purchased for each attendee and all adults must be accompanied by a child (12 and under).

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Grab a glass of wine and join Salish Sea Greens as they shuck some of the finest oysters the Puget Sound has to offer at Eleven Winery. Their oyster bar is complete with all the fixings including kelp mignonette, lemon and tabasco.

 

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Great music and delicious wine! Spend the afternoon on the rooftop patio at Fletcher Bay and enjoy live music from The Bainbridge 3!

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Life on Bainbridge | May 2022

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April showers have brought May flowers to Bainbridge Island. Celebrate the changing seasons and enjoy the longer days by connecting with the community at upcoming events! This month you can enjoy the farmers market, participate in art classes, experience a thrilling documentary, or support Project Backpack at the Classic Cruise-in Car show!

 

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Support the Kitsap Humane Society as you sip wine at Eleven Winery! 100% of tasting fees and 10% of all bottles purchased will be donated to the Humane Society to help support their mission to provide positive life-changing solutions to people and animals in need. Adoptable kittens will also be on-site from 12-3pm, looking for their forever families.

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Saturdays, 10am-2pm | Bainbridge Island Farmers Market

Explore over 40 local vendors, including farmers, food vendors, live music, and crafters with artisan-made goods every Saturday through November

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May 6, 5-8pm | Art in Action: Community Bookmaking

Drop-in and create while you’re visiting the art museum! Join teaching artists in one of BIMA’s galleries as they guide hands-on projects designed for all ages.

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May 13, 6-8pm | Corks & Canvas: Pink Floral

Paint and sip at Eleven winery Friday, May 13th! The class includes step-by-step instructions, all painting supplies, aprons, and easels. Wine will be available to purchase, and outside food is welcome.

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May 14, 12-4pm | Linoleum Cutting Workshop

Dig into linoleum as you carve one color reduction linoleum blocks and print from them. Leave knowing how to continue this printing technique in your own home without special equipment!

 

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May 20-26 | The Race to Alaska at Lynwood Theatre

The Race to Alaska is a documentary following the visceral experience of racers as they compete in one of the most difficult endurance challenges in the world. There are no motors and no support – and nobody finishes without a story. It’s an adrenaline-fueled, 750-mile boat race through the dangerous and spectacular wilderness of the Inside Passage to Alaska.

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May 31, 5-8pm | Bainbridge Island Classic Car Cruise-In

The Bainbridge Island Classic Car Cruise-In combines the love of classic automobiles with a desire to help local kids. Open to the general public, come and enjoy cool cars and special interest vehicles or bring one of your own (no fee or advance reservation required). Donations will be accepted benefiting Project Backpack.

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