Join us for a conversation with Islander, Jim Hopper, Executive Director of the Bainbridge Community Foundation. Jim will speak to ways generous donations have shaped our community and reflect our ideals.
Join us to hear about the ways faith communities come together on Bainbridge Island. Reverend Erin Grayson, President of the Bainbridge Island North Kitsap Interfaith Council, will share her experiences.
Join us in a conversation about Port Madison’s past and present. Topics will include perspectives from the archeological record, life in Port Madison seventy years ago, and reflections of a filmmaker who grew up in Port Madison.
Join us in a conversation with Bainbridge Black, a newly formed organization on the Island that seeks to provide leadership and support for a more inclusive community. The Bainbridge Public Library hosts this online program with the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum.
On March 30th we commemorate that it has been 80 years since the Exclusion. Our student panelists are recipients of the Dr. Martin Luther King Inspiration Award and the Dr. Frank Kitamoto Legacy Award for Inclusion, Civil Rights and Social Justice. Join us to discuss what inspires us to take action in our community.
Join us for a panel discussion on the courage it takes to disseminate the truth in face of anger, resistance, and fear.
Join us to hear about the journey local teachers took to create their own stories through experiencing Manzanar alongside survivors. Listen to perspectives from teachers, survivors and co-directors of the Only What We Can Carry Project, who have facilitated the past five delegations.
Join us to explore the significance of the first locally written textbook to include the amazing history Bainbridge Island’s BIPOC communities. Former students, teachers and authors (members of the Minority History Committee in the 1970s), will discuss this textbook, rarely used today, called, "They Cast A Long Shadow."
Join us for an evening with friends of Dave Ullin as we share his legacy and lessons learned from his life!
Join historian and author, Mike Mjelde, as he delves into the history of Eagle Harbor and shares the story of a fleet of laid up ships in 1908.