Arts and Humanities Bainbridge is proudly hosting the Bridge Fall Arts Festival from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. You're invited to enjoy a free, week-long celebration of arts and culture in the walkable downtown Creative District and its surrounding area known as The Glow.
The Bainbridge Creative District is only a 35-minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle. The ferry trip itself is a unique journey across the beautiful Puget Sound, and upon your arrival at the dock, you'll be only steps away from the site of the arts festival. While the event is happening across several days, the Creative District makes for a perfect day trip or a year-round cultural destination for local residents.
What to expect
Visitors attending the Bridge Fall Arts Festival are invited to stay as long as they want, and believe us when we say there will be plenty to experience.
This year's festival includes free, open house-style celebrations hosted by 28 creative organizations and businesses. Events will feature music, jewelry, film, crafts, design, culinary creations, dance, museums, galleries, and much more. Visit BCDBridge.org for more information.
Get in touch with your artistic side all year long with Arts and Humanities Bainbridge
Through various forms of art, we can tell stories of the past and present in unique ways. Arts and Humanities Bainbridge (AHB) believes that, by showcasing our own ideas and admiring the work of others, we can enhance our quality of life and create a vibrant, attractive place to live, work, and visit.
AHB is the cultural hub of Bainbridge Island, where locals and visitors can experience masterpieces in painting, writing, photography, music, theatre, and more. You can find upcoming exhibits and events online at bainbridgecurrents.com, which highlights the island as an art destination and deepens the appreciation for the cultural offerings and heritage in our community.