The Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District sponsors a variety of special events for all ages in our community. Concerts, dances, record hops, poetry readings and humanity programs are some of the many events held throughout the year. Scroll down to see our current events!
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SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK - LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST
Sunday August 3, 3:00pm at Battle Point Park
Presented by Greenstage, Directed by Vince Brady
King Ferdinand of Navarre and his three noble pals make a solemn vow to steer clear of women and devote themselves to three years of earnest study and clean living. A plan that is thrown out the window upon the arrival of the Princess of France and her entourage of three highly eligible young women. Resorting to goofy disguises and frat-boy hijinks, our heroes do their best to win the favor of the ladies. A beautiful, poetic play that is a perfect summer romp for the parks!
Parking entrance off of Battle Point Drive, near the soccer fields. This performance is free. Donations to performers are encouraged!
Visit the Greenstage website details here.
MOVIES IN THE PARK - Beginning August 8 at Waterfront Park
Activities begin around 7:30, movies start at dusk.
August 8: Littlest Rebel. This 1935 American dramatic film focuses on the tribulations of a plantation-owning family during the American Civil War. The spunky, six year old daughter of the plantation owners, Virgie (Shirley Temple) must use her wit and charm to find a way to save her father and protect herself during war. This film is an American classic that will entertain the whole family.
August 15: You’ve Got Mail.He is the owner of a bookstore chain; she is the woman he falls for online. Both are unaware that she runs the little shop his company is trying to shut down. This romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan is a must see that shows how love can be found in the most unlikely places and that someone you pass on the street may already be the love of your life.
August 22: Finding Nemo. This will be one of the first public showings of Finding Nemo in the entire country! This movie follows the amazing journey of a clownfish named Marlin and his friend Dory as they try to find and save his son, Nemo, from the humans who took him. This classic animated feature will have the whole audience laughing and crying with the characters.
Activities begin this year at 7:30, with the movies beginning at dusk (approximately 8:45, but creeping earlier each week).
CONCERTS IN THE PARK