This fall, the Museum will hold its second Turn Back Time gala – and we hope you will join us!
Proceeds from tickets, the Live Auction, Paddle Call, and Dessert Dash will benefit the Museum and its mission to preserve and share the stories of Bainbridge Island. Appetizers, dinner and drinks are included. Dressing for the 20’s encouraged, but not required.
This festive event will be hosted by nationally recognized nonprofit auctioneer, John Curley. Appetizers, dinner, and drinks are included and the evening includes a 1920s dance presentation, the live auction, and a dessert dash.
A paddle call is one highlight of the evening, with a generous, anonymous matching gift of $25,000. Each donation to the Paddle Call will be matched up to $25,000 by an exceptionally generous and compassionate donor. This donor left the island on March 30, 1942 – 80 years ago. On that fateful day, she and her family – along with hundreds of Japanese Americans – were sent to Manzanar, California. She has fond memories of growing up on Bainbridge Island, and she has lifelong friends here. Although she did not return to live on the Island, she continues to support the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum.”
Online registrations are no longer available. If you have questions, please call Michele Miller at 206-842-2773 ext. 2 or email her at [email protected]
If you cannot attend, please consider participating in the Paddle Call. You can do so HERE.