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Community Partners

Bainbridge Island Chamber

For more than 90 years, the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce has been the energetic heart of a strong, sustainable local economy. As an unusual combination of business member-driven nonprofit, community hub, visitor center, and state licensing facility, the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce sits at the nexus of many aspects of Island life.​

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Bainbridge Island Downtown Association

BIDA provides public support in many ways: by building community through a vibrant downtown; facilitating local involvement in downtown interests; marketing the destination to visitors and locals; and promoting the aesthetic design and economic vitality of the downtown corridor.

Bainbridge Senior Community Center

The Bainbridge Island Senior Community Center aims to energize, enrich and empower seniors by providing opportunities to keep them healthy in body, mind and spirit, and to assist them in living as productively and independently as possible. You can learn more about them by visiting their booth at the Market every 4th Saturday of the month.

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BI Metro Park & Recreation District

It's our pleasure to welcome back BI Parks & Recreation! After having scaled back programming during the Covid pandemic, the demand for public recreational programming has since gone through the roof! Get back in touch with Parks & Rec, or offer up your help in support of this incredible Island resource. You can find the BI Metro Parks & Recreation booth at the Bainbridge Island Farmers Market every 1st Saturday of the month.

Zero Waste

Zero Waste, a program of Sustainable Bainbridge Island, offers a number of programs and services in support of closing loops, reducing our waste streams, and shifting our culture of waste management behaviors. You can tap into their knowledge and visit their booth at the Market every 3rd Saturday of the month April through November.

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