Tree Walk Poster - 2017

Centauride Comes To Bainbridge


A Secret Garden Walk

The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum invites members and a guest to an afternoon strolling three wonderful spring gardens on Bainbridge Island. All gardens have easy access and flat terrain but sturdy footwear is recommended. Event will happen rain or shine!

Time: Sunday, May 7th 1-5pm (last entry to a garden is 4pm)

For reservations please call the Museum (206) 842-2773 or e-mail info@bainbridgehistory.org. Directions to the gardens will be available at the front desk of the museum or via e-mail on Friday, May 5th.

So, come stroll through the gardens, sit on a bench, visit the history booth with early photos and visit with island neighbors. A great way to spend a afternoon in Spring.

Virginia V Cruise

Early Editions Of Bainbridge Review Now Online

The Museum contributed to the creation of Kitsap Regional Library’s first special digital collection, Bainbridge Review, 1941-1946. The Bainbridge Review, a weekly newspaper edited and published by Walt and Milly Woodward, has earned national recognition for its coverage of the forced removal of more than 200 Bainbridge Island residents of Japanese descent. The Woodwards editorialized against the removal and devoted space in the newspaper to reports about their lives in the camps.