George and David Lewis, Island Treasures, internationally celebrated artists, sculptors, garden masters and Renaissance men thrive among the flora and fountains planted and carved by their own hands on Bainbridge Island.
Christmas Bird Count 2014 at Restoration Point
In this episode of “Bainbridge Outdoors,” BCB host Annie Osburn joins Bainbridge Island’s premier birders George Gerdts, Brad Waggoner and Jamie Acker at Restoration Point for the 2014 Christmas Bird Count.
Bainbridge Birder George Gerdts on Fall Migration
In this episode of “Bainbridge Outdoors,” BCB host Annie Osburn joins Bainbridge Island avid birder George Gerdts at Fort Ward Park to talk about the fall bird migration on the island. A passionate birder since childhood, Gerdts is a virtual storehouse of knowledge when it comes to local birds, their habitat, behaviors, songs, calls, and more.
Inside the West Sound Wildlife Shelter
If you have ever wondered what happens at the West Sound Wildlife Shelter, BCB host Annie Osburn takes you inside in this episode of “Bainbridge Outdoors” for a look at Western Puget Sound’s only wildlife hospital and education center.
Working with an Editor
Is your novel in need of a good editor? Get some first-hand advice at the upcoming Field’s End presentation, “Working with an Editor: Taking Your Book to the Next Level.” In this episode, BCB host Annie Osburn speaks with developmental editor Jennifer Hager and author Dave Richards, who share highlights of their collaboration on Richards’ 2014 novel, If I Could Give You a Day.
Find out what three successful authors of memoirs learned about using digital publishing and marketing of their books at the Field’s End Speaker Series, September 16th. In this episode, BCB host Annie Osburn speaks with Caroline Flohr, author of Heaven’s Child, about her experiences with independent publishing.
On the Trail in the Grand Forest
Covering more than 200 acres on Bainbridge Island, the Grand Forest is comprised of the Grand Forest North, Grand Forest East and Grand Forest West, with the east and west sides now joined at the Hilltop meadow—the first east-to-west connection across the island all on public property. Walk the trail with BCB host Annie Osburn and Dan Hamlin, parks services superintendent of the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District.
Intentional Table Farmers’ Market Cooking Classes
Get your baskets and appetites ready. On June 7th, Intentional Table will kick off a 10-week culinary journey with its Farmers’ Market Tour & Cooking Class.
Fine Art Collecting with Erin Fossum
Do you dream of becoming a fine art collector? Learn how to become an informed and discerning collector of fine and decorative art through the Library U series, “Collecting: The Unruly Passion,” presented by Bainbridge Public Library.