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7 Responses to “Calendar”

  1. Tad says:

    Okay, Inside Bainbridge, give us the inside info on what these heart-shaped signs are about.

    Here's all I know about them:

    I like them.

    I wish many more islanders would heed them.

    When i first moved here, I thought they represented how my new community drove.

    They seem to be disappearing.

    They don't represent the reality of trying to get to the ferry sometimes, but they do represent something far more important. I think.

    Bring me inside, Inside.


  2. Craig says:

    So i missed the "Winslow in White" community picnic on Winslow way yesterday (9/11). I see it is not on your calendar. Did IB know about this event? Did anyone besides the few hundred people who were in attendance know? I live on Winslow way for peets sake! I had no idea.

    • Julie Hall says:

      Hi Craig. Yes, Inside Bainbridge knew about Winslow in White, and we did receive an invitation. However, we did not think it was appropriate to recommend to our readers. If you look at their website, the event was an exclusive party that as I understand it required an invitation. When I asked City Council member Debbi Lester why she was suggesting that community members dress in white and come watch the party even after it was “sold out,” she said they were putting out a few tables to accommodate extras. However, basically it was a self-described “European-style party” for a limited number of invitees. Kids under twelve, for example, were not allowed. Moreover, as you can see on their website, Winslow in White was never intended to specifically honor the ten-year anniversary of 9/11. I suggested to a few people involved with the party that it would be appropriate to make a gesture toward 9/11 at the event. I don’t know if they did, as Inside Bainbridge did not attend Winslow in White. Perhaps readers who were there can tell us.

  3. Brian says:

    Today I noticed two new heart-shaped "take your time" signs in town. One is on High School Road somewhere between Madison and Sportsman Club Road. The other is in that sharp corner on Wyatt. I found the one on Miller too. Great to know that sane, loving spirit lives on in our community. May all drivers heed!


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