This newly restored facility is over 3,100 square feet and accommodates gymnastics classes, open playtime and other recreational programs.
For info on hours, programs, open gym and open playtime, please visit our Gymnastics page.
This facility is a historic World War II building whose purpose during WW II was to facilitate the transmission of messages from the Pacific Fleet. The restoration process has been sensitive to the important design elements and materials from the era into the building’s rebirth.
The renovation project has been a partnership of the Bainbridge Island Metro Park and Recreation District and community volunteers, and was funded by community donations, in-kind donations, grants and local philanthropic contributions.
We are very grateful to the architect of the project and committee member Dana Webber, who volunteered all of her time to this project, and to the building committee: Bernadette Stephen-McCrae, Amy Curren, Cindy Rees, Jean Welch, Bryan Garoutte, Norton Schimke and Lorry Gilbreath.