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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.

What's Up Bainbridge BCB - Bainbridge Community Broadcasting, of Bainbridge Island, WA

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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 Battle Point Astronomical Association

    The Battle Point Astronomical Association

    WU-608 The Battle Point Astronomical Association
    Frank Petrie, President of The Battle Point Astronomical Association (BPAA), joins us on What’s Up Bainbridge to discuss the impressive and very accessible observatory at Battle Point Park.   Housing the 27-inch Ritchie Telescope, the largest accessible to the public in the Pacific Northwest, the complex also includes a planetarium, workshop, library and meeting room.
    Frank talks about the history of the association and observatory, and the mission which is to observe, discover and share the universe through hands-on activities.
    For more information about BPAA, go to: https://bpastro.org
    Credits: BCB host, Bob Ross; audio editor, Keith Doughty; publisher, Bob Ross

    • 15 min
    Bainbridge Prepares: Emergency Medical Responders & the Community Response Team

    Bainbridge Prepares: Emergency Medical Responders & the Community Response Team

    WU-607 Bainbridge Prepares: Emergency Medical Responders & the Community Response Team
    In our last in this six-part series about Bainbridge Prepares, we talk with four key players in the organization that lead and manage disaster response programs and teams that are ready and able to go in emergency situations.
    Executive Director for Bainbridge Prepares, Loren Best, Roxanne Corff, BI Medical Response Corps, Andrea Chymiy, Medical Reserve Corp and Victor Cheng, CERT Lead (Community Emergency Response Team) join us on What’s Up Bainbridge to discuss these vital programs.
    For more information about Bainbridge Prepares, the Emergency Response Team, CERT and the Bainbridge Island Medical Reserve Corps, go to: https://bainbridgeprepares.org
    Credits: BCB host, Bob Ross; audio editor, Keith Doughty; publisher, Bob Ross

    • 21 min
    Right Plant, Right Place

    Right Plant, Right Place

    If you’re thinking of planting a tree or replacing one on your property, you will want to attend the upcoming Zoom webinar hosted by Autumn Salamack, Bainbridge Island Climate Officer, and Drue Morris, City Arborist. The topic is Right Plant, Right Place: Choosing Appropriate Trees for the Urban Environment, on Wednesday September 14th at 6pm.
    In this episode of What’s Up Bainbridge, Autumn tells us about the Climate Smart Bainbridge Challenge and the City’s Climate Action Plan and tree-related considerations.  Drue explains that choosing the right tree species for the right space will maximize the success of that tree and help it thrive. And she’ll tell us what you can expect to learn at their webinar.
    You may visit the city website calendar here:
    https://www.bainbridgewa.gov/calendar.aspx?eid=4104
    You may register for Right Plant, Right Place online here: https://bainbridgewa.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BCrLOT14QKu3PRjksFULaw
    To learn more about Climate Smart Bainbridge go to:
    https://www.bainbridgewa.gov/1359/Climate-Smart-Bainbridge
    Credits: Podcast Host Sonia Scaer; Audio editor Keith Doughty; Publisher Robert Ross
     

    • 10 min
    Bainbridge Prepares: Caring for Vulnerable Populations (WU-605)

    Bainbridge Prepares: Caring for Vulnerable Populations (WU-605)

    In this episode of What’s Up Bainbridge, we talk with four more leaders from  Bainbridge Prepares to discuss caring for vulnerable populations and planning for access and functional needs for the elderly and domestic pets in a natural disaster situation.
    Reed Price, Rita Elsberry, Suzanne Ferguson and Yasuyo Sousa lead us in a broad ranging discussion that highlights many aspects for all of us to be aware of and thoughtful about.
    For more information about Bainbridge Prepares and vulnerable populations, including planning for animal care,  please go to: https://bainbridgeprepares.org
    Credits: BCB host, Bob Ross; audio editor, Keith Doughty; publisher, Bob Ross

    • 20 min
    The 10-Minute Play Festival returns to Bainbridge Island!

    The 10-Minute Play Festival returns to Bainbridge Island!

    Steve Stolee, a key player in the Island Theatre 10-Minute Play Festival joins us today on What’s Up Bainbridge to discuss the return of the event after a 2-year covid hiatus. 
    He shares some interesting background and perspective about the Island Theatre, its origins and how it operates.  You’ll also hear about how the Festival is organized and how to reserve your free tickets.
    Steve also discusses the upcoming August 2 Meet the Playwrights event at the Bainbridge Public Library. At this session, you will have the opportunity to meet the ten local authors of the plays selected for this year’s Festival and engage in conversation about their own processes for writing and their motivations and inspirations.
    For more information about the Ten-Minute Play Festival, please go to www.islandtheatre.org
     
     

    • 10 min
    The Bainbridge Prepares Team discusses Mental well-being, Psychological First Aid and Wellness

    The Bainbridge Prepares Team discusses Mental well-being, Psychological First Aid and Wellness

    In this episode of What’s Up Bainbridge, we talk with Bainbridge Prepares leaders Colleen Huck, Susan James and Mary O’Leary about the many aspects and considerations of dealing with mental well-being issues in a disaster situation.  They offer insights and perspectives that are helpful, important and significant as we continue to expand our knowledge base in how to deal with all aspects of life in a difficult and challenging environment.
    For more information about this Bainbridge Prepares Emergency Response Team and the many others, please go to: https://bainbridgeprepares.org
    Credits: BCB host, Bob Ross; audio editor, Keith Doughty; publisher, Bob Ross
     

    • 18 min

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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.

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