A Few More Grand Old 4th Volunteers Needed for Event Support

The Grand Old 4th of July Parade on Bainbridge Island is almost here and the community has shown its excitement to resume this great island tradition. Volunteers from across Bainbridge have answered the call and are lending support to make sure that this first parade since the beginning of the pandemic is better than ever. … More A Few More Grand Old 4th Volunteers Needed for Event Support

Second Installment of BCB’s “What’s Up Bainbridge” Podcast with Bainbridge Prepares

In this second episode of the BCB “What’s Up Bainbridge” podcast’s seven-part series about Bainbridge Prepares, host Bob Ross interviews Anne LeSage, Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Bainbridge Island and Laura Samant, a leader in the Ready Congregations team at Bainbridge Prepares. The podcast interview explores the Map Your Neighborhood program and discusses … More Second Installment of BCB’s “What’s Up Bainbridge” Podcast with Bainbridge Prepares

Food Resilience Newsletter: Farm Tours, Field Trips, & More

The Bainbridge Prepares Food Resilience team has issued short seasonal newsletter that we are republishing here for any and all interested. Take a look below at all of the fun and educational events happening over the next several weeks and months. Tour Bainbridge Farms with the Farmers Who Know Them Best Come learn their history, … More Food Resilience Newsletter: Farm Tours, Field Trips, & More

Bainbridge Prepares to be Grand Marshal of 2022 Grand Old 4th Parade

2022 marks the “Double Nickle” anniversary of the Bainbridge Chamber of Commerce producing the island’s beloved Grand Old 4th of July Parade. As we celebrate this 55-year tradition, Bainbridge Prepares has been selected as this year’s Parade Grand Marshal. The Chamber recently voted Bainbridge Prepares as the recipient of the 2022 Citizen of the Year … More Bainbridge Prepares to be Grand Marshal of 2022 Grand Old 4th Parade