What's Up Bainbridge - from Bainbridge Community Broadcasting (BCB) - is a short 5-15 minute podcast conversation previewing an upcoming worthwhile event on Bainbridge Island, Washington ... in the words of a person involved in the event.
The Future of the Grand Forest in a Changing Climate
Host Barb Trafton, Executive Director of the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation leads a group conversation of specialists regarding the popular Grand Forest in a changing climate environment. Participants include Dan Hamlin, Park Services Director at the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Rec District; Jared Moravec, Deputy Chief at the Bainbridge Island Fire Department and Stuart Johnson, Landscape designer at AHBL, a multi-disciplinary Landscape Architecture Firm, and a researcher at the Grand Forest.
The Moritani Preserve ~ A Climate-Resilient Forest on Bainbridge
Barb Trafton, Executive Director of the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation leads a group of inspired experts to discuss the new management plan for the Moritani Preserve in this episode of What's Up Bainbridge.
Cooking Direct from Florence, Italy!
Italian Chefs Sharon Gargani and her son, Alessandro join us on What’s Up Bainbridge to discuss their upcoming BARN Studio Arts Florentine Cooking Class. The class which is now open for registration can be found at the BARN website: https://bainbridgebarn.org Go to Classes/Events and scroll down to Kitchen Arts. The class is listed as Florentine Cooking Class (Online).
Art Transforms Lives
Arts & Humanities Bainbridge (AHB) has recently published a book by Michael Lisagor, “Personal Growth in the Time of COVID: What we can learn from prominent artist, writers, philosophers & musicians”.
This book contains a collection of essays from Mike’s musing of 34 well-known creative individuals. It is an inspirational book with uplifting and entertaining life lessons. In each story he weaves with humor his own journey to manage and survive these challenging times.
The Island's Climate Action Plan
The Bainbridge Island City Council approved the Climate Action Plan (CAP) this past November 2020. What is the CAP and how will it be implemented?
The Climate Change Advisory Committee (CCAC) will be hosting an online community event this month giving presentations of the plan, answer questions on the CAP and discuss next steps.
The online events will be held:
• Wednesday, Jan. 13 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
• Saturday, Jan. 23. from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Legal Heroes in the Trump Era
Tahmina Watson, a Seattle immigration attorney and well-known media figure in the immigration field joins us on this edition of What’s Up Bainbridge. She hosts the podcast Tahmina Talks Immigration and is the author of the recently published book Legal Heroes in the Trump Era: Be Inspired, Expand Your Impact, Change the World.
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Each episode is a 5-minute preview of an upcoming and worthwhile local event on Bainbridge Island. Each episode is an interview with the performer, organizer, speaker or host of the event. It’s fun and interesting to hear neighbors and friends from Bainbridge Island talking about their upcoming event.