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Things To Do on Bainbridge Island This Week – April 28-May 4

It’s time for BILA’s regular list of Things To Do on Bainbridge Island This Week. With everything to see and do, we think you’ll want to spend a few nights on our Bainbridge Island! For a full list of our Bainbridge Island vacation rentals, go here.

Monday, April 28

Toddler Story Time at the Library
10:30 am @ Bainbridge Island Public Library (1270 Madison Avenue North)
Get a jump start on reading at this early literacy story time geared just for toddlers (ages 0-6). Lots of full body movement, songs, stories and rhymes designed to build letter knowledge, vocabulary and narrative skills. Admission: Free

Tuesday, April 29

zoe-muth-and-the-lost-high-rollers-at-treehouse-cafeZoe Muth and The Los High Rollers at Treehouse Café
8:00 pm @ Treehouse Café (Address)
Seattle’s country darling has gone nation-wide, but returns from Nashville to her home town to win our hearts all over again! When it comes to sincere, humble yet humbling Americana – or just plain country music in the truest, best sense of the word, Zoe Muth sounds more like she hails from the black hills of Oklahoma than the back roads of Ballard. Yet this Seattle native is becoming as popular in the heartland as the left coast, and those who’ve had the pleasure of seeing her at the Treehouse before aren’t wasting any time getting tickets again, so hurry! Admission: $15

Wednesday, April 30

Bainbridge Island BrewingMusic To Our Beers at Bainbridge Brewing
7:00 pm @ Bainbridge Brewing (9415 Coppertop Loop)
Enjoy live music at Bainbridge Island Brewing. Come join your fellow Islanders in their taproom on Thursday nights for live music and great beer. The vocals begin at 7pm and go ’til you’ve had enough. This week’s open band jam is hosted by Ethan J. Perry and His Remedy Band. Admission: Free

coming-to-our-senses-by-miki-mccabeThursday, May 1

Coming to Our Senses, with Viki McCabe
7:30 – 8:30 pm @ Eagle Harbor Book Co. (157 Winslow Way East)
Welcome Bainbridge Island author Viki McCabe as she discusses her book Coming to Our Senses: Perceiving Complexity to Avoid Catastrophes. McCabe challenges entrenched theories of perception and cognition in acquiring our knowledge of the world. Despite rumors to the contrary, we are evolved to perceive and understand the world around us — what things are and how they work — on a subliminal level. That’s how we escape extinction, avoid walking into walls, know when someone is happy or sad, and pick up our own child from school rather than a neighbor’s. Admission: Free

Friday, May 2

The Holy Grail Vintage Market
11:00 am – 6:00 pm @ Hazel Creek Barn (8903 Koura Road)
18 vendors will be featuring vintage home and garden decor, re-purposed, furniture, handcrafted wares, altered couture, cottage country, textiles, dolls, architectural salvage, and much more. Admission: Free

Saturday, May 3

okee-dokee-brothers-at-bloedel-reserveThe Okee Dokee Brothers
6:00 pm @ The Bloedel Reserve (7571 Dolphin Drive)
This duo of childhood friends–and now Grammy-winning musicians–entertain all ages with their folk-style music and witty lyrics. The goal of The Okee Dokee Brothers is to inspire children and their parents to get outside and experience nature. They believe this can motivate kids to gain a greater respect for the natural world, their communities and themselves. The two-time Parents’ Choice Award winners have been called “two of family music’s best songwriters” and have garnered praise from the likes of NPR’s All Things Considered and USA Today. Pre-registration required. Admission: $15

Sunday, May 4

secrets-lost-with-marcia-breece-at-eagle-harbor-book-coSecrets Lost, with Marcia Breece
3:00 – 4:00 pm @ Eagle Harbor Book Co. (157 Winslow Way East)
Secrets Lost is a story of discovery and awakening, set on a llama farm in rural Western Washington. Morgan Hill dons a pair of spectacles she finds hidden in an heirloom trunk and begins to catch a glimpse of lost generations and long forgotten family secrets. Her expansion and awakening flourish when she meets Yuri Bozek, a mysterious lumberjack who is more than his occupation implies. Drawing on his intuition and a deep energetic awareness, Yuri guides Morgan to discover the true essence of love. Their paths converge in the dark attic as the heirloom trunk exposes ancient bonds neither could have imagined. Admission: Free

Have an event you think we should feature on the Bainbridge Island Lodging Association‘s “Things To Do” Weekly Calendar? Send it to us at: info@bainbridgelodging.com. Thank you!

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of 25 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island. Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

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Thank You For Visiting Destination Bainbridge

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting all overnight lodging on Bainbridge Island. We look forward to the day when we can welcome you to this beautiful destination with a handshake or a friendly Island hug!

The governor of Washington State has issued a Stay Home Stay Healthy order, discouraging residents from leaving their homes, except to conduct essential business, through May 4.

During this unsettling time, we understand some people need to travel to Bainbridge Island to take care of family members or to conduct essential business. The proclamation identifies lodging as an essential business and our larger Inns and Hotels on the Island are open for business. Vacation rentals are available on a case-by-case basis.

Lodging owners are working hard to ensure overnight guests are comfortable in a clean, healthy environment. In addition to enhanced cleaning and sanitizing, our hosts have enhanced staff training, implemented easier check-in procedures and room quarantines. Online ordering, take-out, and curbside delivery food service are available from many local restaurants and wineries. Grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies, and some essential retailers are also open.

Most hosts have modified cancellation and refund policies. If you need to change your reservations please contact your host directly to reschedule your visit or to request a refund.

If you are planning to attend an event or visit a favorite Island attraction, most parks, wineries, and restaurants are temporarily closed, except for takeout. We invite you to visit BainbridgeCurrents to learn what events have been canceled or rescheduled, and the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association to learn what businesses are currently open in a more limited capacity. Also, travel to our Island may be difficult, with limited flights to the Seattle area and reduced ferry service to our Island.

Please visit our Find Lodging and Promotions pages for specific details about availability and links to the accommodations currently providing overnight service. We wish you continued good health and safety, and we look forward to once again welcoming you to Bainbridge Island in the near future.