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“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”
– Leo F. Buscaglia
"[Dylan's] professional feats are marvelous on their own, but the humility with which he has achieved them is what truly qualifies him for the Amy Award," said Dominique Cantwell, Executive Director of Bainbridge Performing Arts.
Mike shares his "what I wish I'd learned" when he was a teenager with 9th graders. Watch this video of his life lessons.
In this new monthly series, author Margaret Millmore will be highlighting local creatives in her column entitled, "Island Wanderings." This week we meet traveler, photographer and former lawyer, Andrew Bergh.
The Public Art Committee is pleased to announce the Something New III selections.
Hear from Scott James, Bainbridge Prepares Founder and author of Prepared Neighborhoods, about BP's upcoming event, "Virtual Day of Preparedness." This event will take place on Saturday September 26 from 10am to 2pm via Zoom.
Thank you all who came out to enjoy our quilt display. Even the smoke didn't keep you away!
"...last evening for an hour I was able to smile and tap my toes," said Linda Semlitz. She explains how she was able to express joy during this challenging time.
In this new monthly series, artist Lone Hansen will be asking fellow creators: “How are you surviving as an artist during this pandemic?” To start it off, Hansen interviewed her good friend, Diane Haddon, a mixed media collage and assemblage artist.
I write for the same reason I breathe - because if I didn't, I would die. – Isaac Asimov