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Section 2 – Art

Section 2 – Experiences

Delectable Happy Hour in the Sculpture Studio of David Eisenhour
Come look through the microscope and stroll through the garden with sculptor David Eisenhour in his Port Hadlock studio. You and your 5 friends/guests will nibble on delicious snacks inspired by the farms and shores nearby, all while drinking carefully selected Washington wines as accompaniment.
Donated by David Eisenhour

2 Night Stay in the Point White Guest House
Retreat to the privacy of a modern cottage designed by award-winning architects and featured in Coastal Living, Sunset, and Pacific Northwest magazines. Located on Bainbridge Island’s best no-bank beach, the cottage is just steps away from breathtaking views of Mount Rainier, Rich Passage, and Blake Island. Play with stand-up paddle boards, kayaks, and a tandem bike. Toast marshmallows or hot dogs at the fire pit on the beach. Amenities for up to 8 people include a king size bed, queen size bed, and four twin bunks, a full bath, washer and dryer, fluffy terry robes and fresh linens, a selection of board games, and abundant materials for reading, writing, and making art. We’ll welcome you with a basket of goodies, including a signed novel by island author Susan Wiggs.
This package includes two nights accommodation (exclusive of July and August). Expires June 2020.
Donated by Bainbridge Island designer Jerry Gundersen, creator of the J-Stitch line of children’s apparel, and author Susan Wiggs

Let’s Make Pasta!
It’s a perfect afternoon – you, fresh pasta, friends, and a fun Italian Chef to teach you all the ins and outs of Italy’s famous dishes! You and 4 friends will spend the afternoon perfecting the art of pasta making and sit down to a delicious dinner of your making!
4 people maximum. Mutually agreeable dates from September/October/November 2019.
Donated by Cynthia Sears

BIMA Signature Experience: Behind the Scenes After-Hours Tour
Join Greg Robinson, BIMA’s Chief Curator, for a private behind-the-scenes tour of the museum. Learn about the process of choosing artists and selecting pieces for the Museum’s exhibitions, and view the locations where BIMA’s growing collection is stored and secured. This is an excellent opportunity to get an up-close and personal tour and gain a deeper understanding of BIMA’s curatorial choices. After the tour, join Greg for wine and hors d’oeuvres in a very special place in the museum.
For 8 people. Mutually agreed upon date.
Expires June 2020.
Donated by Greg Robinson and BIMA

Section 3 – art

section 3 – Experiences

An Evening of Intrigue with Steve Jensen & Vincent Lipe
Join Steve Jensen & Vincent Lipe as they delight your senses with fabulous food, music, conversation, and of course, incredible art. Your generous hosts have included a raffle ticket with each ticket purchase to win a one-of-a-kind Steve Jensen art piece. Additionally, if you decide to purchase a piece during the event, Steve Jensen will generously donate a portion of the sale to Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
Event to be held on July 28, 2019. Each ticket purchase includes a raffle ticket for a one-of-a-kind Steve Jensen art piece.
Donated by Steve Jensen & Vincent Lipe

A Wanderlust Dinner for 6
Chef JJ Johnson of Wanderlust NW Catering Co. will plan a fabulous seasonal, farm-to-table custom dinner for up to 6 people which will be cooked and served in the comfort of your home (or boat). Locally-born and “free-range” Chef JJ spent his formative years cooking in Pike Place Market restaurants such as Campagne, Place Pigalle, Matt’s in the Market, and Il Bistro. He continued his professional cooking career in private homes and yachts, then ran a popular cooking school at Whole Foods Market. In a delighted diner’s words: “JJ is such a wonderful chef and person. I love his cooking and his energy. You will love him too!”
For 6 people. To be held in your home (or boat). Includes the cost of food only (beverages are excluded).
Expires 5/31/2020.
Donated by Chef JJ Johnson of Wanderlust NW Catering Co.

Port Townsend Cultural Explosion
Includes a stay at the Old Alcohol Plant & Hotel. Constructed in 1910, the Old Alcohol Plant building was originally owned and operated by William J. Adams, grandfather of the famous photographer Ansel Adams. After being closed for 65 years, in 1978, Ray Hansen set sights on the building shell and the potential it presented. Investing nine years and over $4 million, Ray and his wife Jeanne created a hotel and resort called the Inn at Port Hadlock. This also includes two tickets to the Olympic Music Festival.
Donated by the Olympic Music Festival, Old Alcohol Inn

Port Angeles 3 Night Getaway
The Sun House at Freshwater Bay sleeps 4-6 in two bedrooms with a full bath. This beachfront property features massive weather pane windows, vaulted ceilings, hardwood countertops, and a gorgeous river rock gas fireplace. Unstoppable views out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Enjoy a glass of wine on the huge hardwood deck or a romantic dinner. The Port Angeles area has an amazing variety of activities at your fingertips. Enjoy kayaking, surfing, tide pools, hiking through protected wilderness, and many miles of beach. There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to Port Angeles. The City of Port Angeles is the main entrance to the Olympic National Park as well as being the largest city on the Olympic Peninsula. As the outdoor capital of the Pacific Northwest with a hopping downtown, Port Angeles is filled to the brim with exquisite restaurants, cool coffee cafes, and chic shops.
Donated by Jacqueline Kaseler

Chef’s Choice Dinner for 8 at Heyday Farm
The Heyday Farm House staff prides itself on cultivating a friendly, welcoming atmosphere, while offering thoughtful menus prepared with fresh, local ingredients. The Chef’s Choice Dinner for 8 includes a welcoming toast of bubbles and is paired with 2 bottles of wine specially selected by Heyday.
For 8 people. Expires 5/31/2020.
Donated by Shari Stoddard of Heyday Farm

Point No Point Lighthouse Getaway
Vacation Rental. 2 Consecutive nights in the Keeper’s House at Point No Point Light Station in Hansville, Washington. Experience century old history by spending time as keepers of the light. You will have no bothersome lighthouse duties to attend to, rather your accommodations will include a comfortable living room, formal dining area with breakfast nook, full kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom (sleeps 4 comfortably). Panoramic views of many islands, Mount Baker, the Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier. Adjacent to a nature preserve. Quiet and restful, the Light Station is a short ride to gourmet restaurants and shopping.
Expires 5/31/2020.
Donated by the U.S. Lighthouse Society & Kitsap County Park

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