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Valley Nursery

Learn Gardening with Valley Nursery Classes

If you’ve thought about taking on new gardening projects this year but are not sure where to start, gardening classes can offer you just the right boost — you can learn from the experts and walk away with ideas for your own garden. … read more

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Kitsap consumers meet local producers at Taste the Peninsula Jan. 17 at Port Orchard Public Market on Bay St. downtown.

Taste the Peninsula: Kitsap-Produced, Even Through the Winter

The first annual Taste the Peninsula event filled Port Orchard’s Public Market on a recent Saturday, exploring local businesses and the foods produced right here on the Kitsap Peninsula. There were vendors of food, wine, cider and dairy, as well as artisans. There … read more

Bainbridge Vineyards

The Wine Cabinet — Bainbridge Vineyards

Bainbridge Vineyards is the new name of what was once Gerard and JoAnne Bentryn’s Bainbridge Island Winery and Vineyards, located at the same address. The winery closed in 2009 following the Bentryns’ retirement. Ms. Betsey Wittick and a group of volunteers maintained the … read more

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Small Farms Kitsap

WSU Kitsap Offers Farm Business Planning Course

WSU Kitsap County Extension will offer its popular Ag Entrepreneurship Course on starting and sustaining a profitable small farm or agricultural enterprise beginning Jan. 28. Community members are invited to sign up for this intensive, hands-on learning opportunity. The course features a full … read more

Intentional Table

Intentional Table — A Foodie Experience from the Heart and Soul

A casual drop-in to Intentional Table on Bainbridge Island is likely to reveal a spot not unlike other small shops strung along the island’s Winslow district and its many nooks and crannies. The 700 square feet of space is home to a demonstration … read more

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The EDGE Improv

The EDGE Improv Celebrates 20th Anniversary Season

Shake off the winter blues with The EDGE Improv on Feb. 7 in the group’s anything-but-routine first-Saturday performance at Bainbridge Performing Arts. The EDGE presents an ingeniously improvised evening of on-the-spot comedy, all from audience suggestions. The troupe’s riotous antics have earned a … read more

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How many barnacles can you count?

Winter’s the Perfect Time for the Beach

Winter is not your typical time to go to the beach. One, it’s cold. Two, it’s probably raining. Lastly, the tide is too high — that is, unless you plan your beach venture in the dark of the night. That’s right, around here … read more

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WSU Kitsap Extension

Community Education Opportunities

Lifelong Learning in the West Sound

Organic Vegetable Gardening Class: Gardens You Can Eat A hands-on class taught by Master Gardeners to help you create your own organic backyard vegetable garden. This course is open to any community member who wishes to learn about growing food crops organically and … read more

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The 2014 Bloom poster by artist Kenna Moser, "Beyond," beeswax, vintage letter, collage and oil paint on wood panels

Deadline is Friday for Bainbridge in Bloom Poster Competition

The Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities Council invites artists from any geographic location to enter their work for next year’s Bainbridge in Bloom Garden Tour. The 27th annual tour is scheduled for July 10-11, 2015 and is a fundraiser that includes national promotion. … read more

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