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POSTPONED: BIWC: Bobbie Morgan - Keening: Cries from the Creatures at Risk of Extinction
Bobbie Morgan has lived on Bainbridge since 1994. After working as a speech-language pathologist, she retired in early 2001 to focus on environmental concerns. She initiated the Natural Landscapes Project to educate Kitsap County residents about the safer alternatives to lawn and garden pesticides and herbicides. She was co-founder of the Environmental Book Group which has been active for 15 years. She served on the board of Friends of the Farms for nine years. She is co-leader of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, working to “build the political will for a livable future” because she is grandmother to three precious grandchildren who inspire her to keep on keeping on!
Bobbie has also dipped her pen into the world of poetry writing. Today’s presentation is called “Keening: Cries from the Creatures at Risk of Extinction” The original collection honors one representative species from each of the twenty habitat types of the world, known as biomes. Today’sView more
200 Madison Ave N, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
BPA is a fully accessible facility, offering handicapped parking, wheelchair access, hearing assistance, sensory access, and accessible restrooms. If you have any questions or special requests,View more
BPA is a fully accessible facility, offering handicapped parking, wheelchair access, hearing assistance, sensory access, and accessible restrooms. If you have any questions or special requests, please don’t hesitate to contact the BPA Box Office prior to or during your visit at 206.842.8569.
Sensory Access is a nonprofit organization creating amazing experiences for children with Sensory difficulties. We feel strongly that everyone should be able to enjoy the magic of theater, the thrill of a concert, or the joy of a theme park. Children on the Autism Spectrum, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, and many other neurodevelopmental disorders have difficulty processing sensory information, which often gets in the way of enjoying events with their families. Our staff will help find tools, tips and accommodations so that each family has the ability to enjoy events fully with their child. For theatre productions, Sensory Access certified Theatres receive social stories about the specific theatre, guidance on how to help guests enjoy the show, and breakdowns of sensory moments for each show in their season. Noise-reducing headphones and quiet fidgets are available to borrow.
Service animals that qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act are always welcome at BPA. Service animals must be leashed or harnessed at all times and must also remain quiet for the courtesy of our actors and patrons. Please alert the Box Office at the time of ticket purchase if you intend to bring a service animal so that we may ensure that proper seating is reserved for you.View less