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The Arts & Cultural Department supports the creative process, a vital tool to a healthy life.  We encourage people of all ages, abilities and incomes to participate in a wide variety of arts and cultural classes, workshops, performances and special events.

Enjoyment in finding the magic ‘Aha!’ in the creative process, perhaps while developing new skills in a specific interest, is the common goal in all of our programs.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
– Albert Einstein

Upcoming Events



Learn to paint while enjoying the ‘fruits’ of our local vineyards.

We’re combining an introduction to a local wine establishment, a fascinating look at art history AND the creation of your own original masterpiece. A unique outing, an awesome date-night, a great night out with your favorite friends. All materials included in registration fee.

Activity #566949     6:00-7:45p    $50 each 

-01 | 9/14 | T | Eleven Winery | 7671 NE Day Road

-02 | 9/29 | W | Fletcher Bay Tasting Room | 500 Winslow Way #130

-03 | 10/12 | T | Fletcher Bay Winery | 9415 Coppertop, Suite 102

-04 | 11/3 | W | Eagle Harbor Winery | 8897 Three Tree Lane

-05 | 11/16 | T | Amelia Wynn Winery | 9974 Point View Dr


Bainbridge Island StoryWalk®

In partnership with the Kitsap Regional Library and the Washington Talking Book & Braille Library. Enjoy a picture book while you walk along the trails at Sakai Park. After the StoryWalk®, stop by the Bainbridge Island branch of the Kitsap Regional Library to pick up a free take-home activity bag during open hours. Patrons with visual impairment, physical disability, or reading disability can request accommodation from the Library.

Month: June
Location: Sakai Park
Book Title: Bear Came Along by Richard T. Morris

Month: July
Location: Grand Forest East
Book Title: The Hike by Alison Farrell

Month: August
Location: Battle Point Park
Book Title: Moon: A Peek-Through Picture Book by Britta Teckentrup

Have you been on this month’s StoryWalk®? Fill out our feedback form by clicking here.  To turn in your completed form, or for more information about this event, email Arts & Culture Program Manager Sue Barrington at