Youth Programs

We welcome youth & teens at BARN! We’re especially excited about the lineup of summer 2019 youth classes.  Here’s a list, in chronological order.

    • Monday, September 16, 2019
    • Monday, October 21, 2019
    • 6 sessions
    • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI091619
    • 0
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    Middle schoolers: come on over to BARN after school on early release days for our Maker Monday sessions! We're kicking off the series this fall with a Sewing Lab. You'll start by getting oriented to the BARN Fiber Studio and then you can let your imagination run wild! BARN will provide basic fabric and ideas such as pencil pouches, purses, and bags, but you are also welcome to bring your own fabric and patterns to stitch up what you dream up!  We'll provide some guidance, but this session is designed for self-directed exploration and creative experimentation. Sign up with friends or on your own and bring along your favorite Spotify playlist!. Snacks and drinks provided.  

    Materials: Studio supplies and donated materials are included in this process. If you want to work on your own special project, you will need to bring your own fabric and pattern.

    Skill Level: All sewing levels are welcome.

    Ages: Current 7th and 8th graders

    • To register your youth please put in the NAME field your first name then in parenthesis put the youth's first and last name (if different than yours). 
    • Please use parent/guardian email address when registering so that notifications will reach you.
    • Please complete and return this fill-able PDF minor permission form
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  
    • BARN reserves the right to cancel this class in the case of low enrollment and will notify families of this decision one week prior to the start of the class.  A full refund will be given. 

    Facilitators: Catherine Camp and Fran Fuller

    Questions? Email: ccamp@bainbridgebarn.org


    • Thursday, September 26, 2019
    • Thursday, March 05, 2020
    • 18 sessions
    • BARN ETA Studio, 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island
    • 0
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    Girls Who Code is an organization founded with a single mission: To close the gender gap in technology. Computer coding is relevant to all sorts of interests, not just computer science.

    BARN is hosting a Girls Who Code club once again for the 2019-20 school year for girls in grades 6-12. The club will meet every Thursday afternoon (except school holidays) from September 26 through March 5th, from 3:45 - 5pm. Girls  will be guided through a progression of coding skills throughout the year. 

    Prior to signing up for these sessions you are welcome to join us on Thursday, September 19th from 4-5pm for an optional drop-in information session at BARN. Meet our facilitators, learn about the curriculum, and ask any questions you may have about the program. 
     

    Details:

    • There is no charge to participate in this program. 
    • BARN provides workstations. Participants can also bring their own laptop or Chromebook. 
    • There are no prerequisites. Open to all girls who are interested.
    • Ages: Grades 6 - 12
    • Registration open throughout the year as space allows.
    • For more information:  Please contact BARN Program Manager Jess Henderson at jessh@bainbridgebarn.org or 206.842.4475 x221. 
    • BARN will provide snacks each week.  


    Our facilitators: 
     

    Rebecca Graham was our club facilitator last year. She is a full-time senior engineer working in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.  She began coding in college where she earned a BS in Computer Science and a BA in History from the University of Mary Washington. She lives on the island with her husband, 6-year old son, 3 cats, and 2 dogs. She loves glitter, cartoons, yoga, rock climbing, and creating things with technology. 

    Rebecca will be joined by Alex McKeon, a BARN member who has always found time in her life for creating. She has had a wide variety of professional experiences including work as an expedition leader, yoga instructor, personal chef, snowboard instructor, and nanny. She lives on the island with her husband and toddler and believes that working with young women is one of the most fulfilling uses of her time.  


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    To learn more about Girls Who Code, see: https://girlswhocode.com/

    From the Girls Who Code organization: "Girls Who Code's mission is to create gender parity within technology by providing a unique educational experience for young women to learn computer science. Interested participants who self-identify as female are welcome to apply to our programs."  

    • Wednesday, October 23, 2019
    • Saturday, October 26, 2019
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio & Small Classroom, Class Code KI102319DA
    • 0
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    It's Fall, so our woods are full of wild mushrooms, hundreds of species. A few of them are choice edibles -- chanterelles, porcinis, cauliflowers, lobsters. But how do you find them, and how do you know for sure what you're collecting?

    This class is an introduction to finding, identifying and safely consuming local wild mushrooms. It will start with a Wednesday evening discussion, "How To Look at A Mushroom," and continue with a Saturday foray in promising habitat less than two hours away. We are sure to find mushrooms, but there is no guarantee they will be edibles.

    Details:

    • Open to ages 14+.
    • The materials fee covers a one-year membership in the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society, so you will be notified about club forays so you can  continue learning about the amazing diversity of local mushrooms.
    • The first session will be held in the small classroom at BARN.
    • Instructions for getting to the foray site will be given at the first meeting, and participants can arrange carpools then. Please do not bring dogs on the foray.
    • If the weather is unsuitable on the day scheduled for the foray, it will be held on  Saturday, Nov. 2, instead.
    Instructor: David Ansley is a member of the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society who often leads group forays in western Washington forests. He also  manages the KitsapMushrooms.org website, which includes a regional mushroom photo gallery and a recipe collection.



    • Tuesday, October 29, 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • ETA Studio, Class Code: EL102919MC
    • 0
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    Come build your own state-of-the-art electromechanical ferry tracking apparatus: FerryClock; a self-setting analog wall clock with additional dials and lights to indicate the real-time position, heading, and docking status of the two Bainbridge-Seattle ferryboats. It should prove ferry useful in your own home. Additional routes coming soon…

    From a kit, we will assemble, wire and solder the gadgets. At home, you will ‘launch’ your FerryClock by connecting it to your wireless network (internet). The kit includes everything you’ll need: laser-cut parts, motors, lights, wires, hardware, microcontroller, USB cable, ‘atomic’ clock mechanism, hands, battery, and literature.

    How It Works:

    A proprietary algorithm (conceived by a member of the BIHS robotics team) running in the ‘cloud’ continually compares the up-to-the-minute (every 15s) latitude/longitude (GPS) location of a real ferryboat (via the WSF API) against a reference path to generate a precise sailing progress value. A small, Arduino-compatible microcontroller within FerryClock connects to the FERRY TEMPO server over WiFi to receive fresh data, controlling the lights and motors accordingly.

    Details: 

    • Requires a wireless internet connection to operate.
    • No previous soldering skills required.
    • Materials Fee of $95 is included in the price of class.
    • Skill Level: Universal
    • Ages 14+ Welcome

    Update: We will be adding more sessions of this class so be sure to add yourself to the waitlist and we will let you know when it is scheduled.



    Instructor Bio: Matt Carrig is a multi-disciplinary designer. To read more about Ferries Over Winslow, click here.


    • Tuesday, October 29, 2019
    • Tuesday, November 12, 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • BARN Woodshop, Class Code: WO102919JI
    • 2
    Register

    Wooden spoons can be completely utilitarian — or real works of art. In this class, you will learn to make the more challenging, artful kind. You'll be well prepared if you later want to make purely utilitarian spoons on your own.

    Spoon carving involves grain changes, curves and hollowing — all techniques that are useful in many kinds of carving projects. The instructor will explain a variety of tools you might want to use and how to use them safely. You will also learn how to hold or secure the wood safely and the steps involved in carving spoons efficiently. You will work from prepared basswood blanks.

    Details:

    • Open to anyone at least 8 years old, although those 12 and younger must have an adult with them. Beginners are welcome, although the projects are also suitable for more experienced carvers.
    • You will develop your carving skills faster if you practice between sessions. Take our free, one-hour Orientation to the Woodshop class first if you want to carve during Open Studio time. Use of the shop during these times is always free for members. Non-members can also use the shop without an additional charge for the duration of this class.

    Instructor: As a third-generation woodworker, Jeff Iller learned about woodworking tools and knives early on. By high school, he was winning ribbons with his wood carvings at his hometown fair. Around 1996 Jeff found room for a shop and he has carved ever since. He’ll carve most anything, but prefers to innovate with the working tools to carve multiple parts inside one piece of wood and to make physically detailed and accurate carvings of women's faces. Carvings on the entry sign to the BARN Woodworking Studio shows the quality of his work.

    Iller says he was taught early on that he could make anything from wood. He is still trying to prove that statement wrong.



     
    • Sunday, November 03, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • BARN Woodshop Studio, Class Code: WO110319MJ
    • 5
    Register
    Does your child want to learn how to play with wood? Does your child like to make cool stuff but you don’t have woodworking experience and/or tools?  Parent & Child Guided Open Shop Time is for both of you.

    No experience necessary. We will be on hand to help as needed.

    Start a project, finish a project, or just play with wood and see what happens.  We will have some extra wood available or bring in your own.

    Details:

    • Short-sleeve or tight-cuff tops and close-toe and comfortable shoes are required. No jewelry other than "button-type" earrings for women is allowed, so no rings, bracelets, necklaces. Long hair must be tied back.
    • Your child must be 8 or older.

    Instructor: Matt Jabloner, a member of the BARN woodworkers’ steering committee, is a professional engineer by trade. He has been a woodworker from before he can remember. He likes to incorporate end grain and rivets as design elements in his work. He has an unhealthy affection for vintage (but functional) hand tools.


    • Monday, November 04, 2019
    • Monday, December 09, 2019
    • 6 sessions
    • BARN Kitchen Arts, Class Code KI10419MS
    • 0
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    Middle Schoolers: Join us for after-school Maker Mondays at BARN this fall! This six-week program will be held in our Kitchen Arts Studio with our illustrious teaching chef Marcela Sandoval.  

    Pastry is a science as well as an art form that requires time and patience. This series will explore techniques to produce pastry perfection. Each session will allow students to grow and develop skills as well as learn the importance of cleanliness and washing as they work.  


    Session 1 - Custards and Cremes

    Learn to make fillings for your favorite pastry.


    Session 2-  Pies and Tarts

    Rolling the perfect dough takes practice. We will learn a simple and delicious recipe and take home an apple galette.


    Session 3 – Meringue 

    From Eaten Mess to Macaroons, this class will focus on the art of the perfectly whipped meringue. Learn to use a pastry bag to form perfect treats.

    Session 4 - Cupcakes and Butter Cream Frosting

    We will make and bake light and fluffy vanilla cupcakes topped with a naturally flavored chocolate buttercream. Our piping techniques will be practiced once again and all will home approximately 8-10 completed cupcakes. 

    Session 5 - Gingerbread Cookies

    Just in time for the holidays!  We'll put our technical skills to the test to produce and decorate the perfect holiday cookie. 

    Session 6 - Pâte à Choux

    Pâte à Choux is a very different kind of dough which is used from churros to eclairs. Our final class is a culmination of all we have learned.  More piping techniques as well as fillings to produce sweet eclair treats. 

    Everything is made in the BARN Kitchen from scratch. 

    Details:

    Age Level: Youth Class for grades 7 & 8.  

    • To register your youth please put in the NAME field your first name then in parenthesis put the youth's first and last name (if different than yours). 
    • Please bring an apron and a to-go container to take home different treats for each session. 
    • Please bring a water bottle for hydrating during class. 
    • Please complete and return this minor permission form
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  
    • BARN reserves the right to cancel this class in the case of low enrollment and will notify families of this decision one week prior to the start of the class.  A full refund will be given.
    • If you have any questions, email jessh@bainbridgebarn.org 

    Instructor:

    Marcela Sandoval is a classically trained Chef and has years of cooking abroad and instructing kids of all ages.  

    Jasmine  Fischbach, class assistant: "My favorite thing to cook is salmon and succotash which I learned to make at BARN's Farm to Table class in 2018.  I'm an 8th grader, a BARN Kitchen Volunteer and student of many BARN classes. I'm involved in Scouts and on the BI Swim Team." 

    • Friday, November 08, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
    High school students in grades 9 - 12 are invited to create and hang out at BARN on Teen Nights. The dates for 2019-2020 are: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 17, and May 8. Come enjoy free food and drink. Play games in the BARN Commons. Explore a Studio project and learn new skills. Bring friends. Meet new friends.

    No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in upon arrival and out upon departure.


    Questions: contact Jess Henderson at BARN at 206-842-4475 x221 or email: JessH@bainbridgebarn.org

    Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.


    • Saturday, November 23, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • BARN wide event- No classes scheduled
    The BARN Bazaar is a new Bainbridge Island holiday tradition featuring a wide variety of art, crafts, and artisan foods, all made by hand. Buy direct from the maker at this annual celebration of the creativity that happens all year round at BARN. From jewelry to wood arts, basketry to weaving, you’ll find an unmatched selection of original handmade items – all made right here at BARN.

    Kick off the holidays in homegrown style. Join us for a day of shopping, food, and community!

    BARN members wishing to participate in this event must be a member for a minimum of 3 months (must join by August 31st) to participate. You can contact Carla Mackey at membership@bainbridgebarn.org for an application which will be available Monday, October 21.

    • Tuesday, December 03, 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • ETA Studio, Class Code: EL120319MC
    • 2
    Register

    Come build your own state-of-the-art electro-mechanical ferry tracking apparatus: FerryClock; a self-setting analog wall clock with additional dials and lights to indicate the real-time position, heading, and docking status of the two Bainbridge-Seattle ferryboats. It should prove ferry useful in your own home. Additional routes coming soon…

    From a kit, we will assemble, wire and solder the gadgets. At home, you will ‘launch’ your FerryClock by connecting it to your wireless network (internet). The kit includes everything you’ll need: laser-cut parts, motors, lights, wires, hardware, microcontroller, USB cable, ‘atomic’ clock mechanism, hands, battery, and literature.

    How It Works:

    A proprietary algorithm (conceived by a member of the BIHS robotics team) running in the ‘cloud’ continually compares the up-to-the-minute (every 15s) latitude/longitude (GPS) location of a real ferryboat (via the WSF API) against a reference path to generate a precise sailing progress value. A small, Arduino-compatible microcontroller within FerryClock connects to the FERRY TEMPO server over WiFi to receive fresh data, controlling the lights and motors accordingly.


    Details: 

    • This class has been extended with an additional hour from past classes.
    • Requires a wireless internet connection to operate.
    • No previous soldering skills required.
    • Materials fee of $95 is included in the price of class.
    • Skill Level: Universal
    • Ages 14+ Welcome


    Instructor Bio: Matt Carrig is a multi-disciplinary designer. To read more about Ferries Over Winslow, click here.

    • Tuesday, December 03, 2019
    • Tuesday, December 17, 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • BARN Woodshop, Class Code: WO120319JI
    • 6
    Register

    Get a good foundation in carving techniques, including push, stop and draw cuts. In this three-session class, you will learn the basics of safe handling and use of carving knives the first night, then go on to learn how to deal with changes in wood grain, hollowing techniques, and other concepts as you make a spoon and carve a figure during second and third sessions.

    This class is open to both beginning carvers and those who already have some carving experience. Each time BARN schedules this class, the carving projects are new.

    Details:

    • Open to ages 8 and older, although those 12 and under must have an adult with them. No prior experience is needed.
    • BARN will supply carving tools to share, but students are also encouraged to bring their own.
    • You will build your carving skills much faster if you practice between sessions.  If you want to take advantage of Open Studio, you must first take our free, one-hour Orientation to the Woodshop class. Open Studio and Hand Tool Nights are always free for members. Non-members can also participate without additional charge while working on a class project.

    Instructor: As a third-generation woodworker, Jeff Iller learned about woodworking tools and knives early on. By high school, he was winning ribbons with his wood carvings at his hometown fair. Around 1996 Jeff found room for a shop and he has carved ever since. He’ll carve most anything, but prefers to innovate with the working tools to carve multiple parts inside one piece of wood and to make physically detailed and accurate carvings of women's faces. Carvings on the entry sign to the BARN Woodworking Studio shows the quality of his work.

    Iller says he was taught early on that he could make anything from wood. He is still trying to prove that statement wrong.



     
    • Saturday, December 07, 2019
    • Sunday, December 15, 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI120719BR
    • 5
    Register
    This complicated looking block is actually incredibly simple to make!  Learn how to sew this block in five easy steps. No experience with curves required, but come prepared to work improvisationally, without templates or pins.

    The class consists of three half-day sessions.

    • In the first session, Saturday, December 7th, you’ll learn how to make basic wonky log cabin blocks as well as how to insert a central “X” shape into these blocks. Then you’ll go home and make more blocks.

    • The second session will be a week later, Saturday, December 14th, and we will work on color, palette, and how to refine your improv techniques.

    • The third session will be the following day, Sunday, December 15th, when you’ll have a free-form work session to put all these new found skills into practice, with Barbara available to answer questions and provide guidance.

    What Students Need to Bring to Class
    (Instructions from Barbara Ramsey)

    1. FabricYou'll need to bring an assortment of fabrics in a wide range of values (light to dark) and in a wide range of colors. Bring at least 12 different fabrics: 6 larger pieces (larger = at least 12” x 12”) and 6 smaller pieces (whatever scraps you have lying around). Bring mostly tightly woven cotton quilting fabrics since it’s easier to sew curves when your fabrics are all a consistent weight. Avoid bringing those light-weight Kaffe Fassett cotton gauze fabrics; they tend to pucker when combined with other fabrics in curvilinear seams. 

      When I say “bring at least 12 different fabrics”, I strongly emphasize AT LEAST, since you should bring additional fabrics if you can. I frequently hear students say, "I wish I'd brought more fabric!". You can bring odd-size scraps of various dimensions, but ideally include plenty of pieces that are at least fat quarters (18" x 22") or larger.

      Note: Some people like to bring their "ugly" fabric to experiment with (easy to chop it up and mess around with fabric you're not very attached to) while other people prefer to use really great fabric that motivates them to make something gorgeous as soon as possible. Personally, I'm in the "ugly" camp since it allows me to explore new techniques more freely, but those of you who want to bring your most sumptuous fabrics, go right ahead. Either way is fine with me, or do both. 
    2.  (thread, scissors, pins, etc.).  If you want to use a BARN Brothers Sewing Machine, you will need to have taken a Brothers Sewing Machine Orientation class prior to this workshop.  See the BARN Fiber Arts Calendar to identify upcoming Brother Sewing Machine Orientation classes.
    3. Cutting equipment (rotary cutter, self-healing mat, cutting rulers of various sizes).  Please note that the BARN Fiber Arts Studio has these materials if you do not want to bring your own. 
    4. Pencil and paper for taking notes
    5. A free and experimental attitude!


    Details:

    • Skill LevelAdvanced beginners and intermediate quilters. No previous experience with curves necessary, but students must have at least basic quilting experience.
    • Ages 16+ Welcome.


    Instructor Bio: Barbara Ramsey is a fabric artist who sews original abstract art works using traditional quilting techniques. Employing her own designs, she pieces  together fabric shapes with a sewing machine and by hand. Her main materials are commercially printed fabric as well as fabric she has dyed and manipulated herself.

    Her work expresses her fascination with light, color, texture, materials, and process. She love the ritual of taking fabric of one color and changing it into another color with dye or bleach. She is completely absorbed by the simple acts of washing, rinsing, drying, sewing, and ironing as she pull scores of separate colors together into a single piece. Like many traditional quilters, She is devoted to precise construction. She differ from many traditional quilters in that she design and cut fabric in an effort to distort geometry. She works to create irregularity, using various shapes to impel the viewer’s eye to roam over the entire surface of the quilt, seeking the harmonies in the middle of contrast. She create her work in order to disappear into its making.

    Barbara loves to teach quilting and helping other quilt artists as they move from traditional designs to more free-form creations. She feel energized as she watches her students learn to improvise with shape and line, create more surprising color combinations, and gain the confidence required to do original work.


    • Sunday, December 08, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • BARN Woodshop Studio, Class Code: WO120819MJ
    • 6
    Register
    Does your child want to learn how to play with wood? Does your child like to make cool stuff but you don’t have woodworking experience and/or tools?  Parent & Child Guided Open Shop Time is for both of you.

    No experience necessary. We will be on hand to help as needed.

    Start a project, finish a project, or just play with wood and see what happens.  We will have some extra wood available or bring in your own.

    Details:

    • Short-sleeve or tight-cuff tops and close-toe and comfortable shoes are required. No jewelry other than "button-type" earrings for women is allowed, so no rings, bracelets, necklaces. Long hair must be tied back.
    • Your child must be 8 or older.

    Instructor: Matt Jabloner, a member of the BARN woodworkers’ steering committee, is a professional engineer by trade. He has been a woodworker from before he can remember. He likes to incorporate end grain and rivets as design elements in his work. He has an unhealthy affection for vintage (but functional) hand tools.


    • Friday, December 13, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
    High school students in grades 9 - 12 are invited to create and hang out at BARN on Teen Nights. The dates for 2019-2020 are: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 17, and May 8. Come enjoy free food and drink. Play games in the BARN Commons. Explore a Studio project and learn new skills. Bring friends. Meet new friends.

    No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in upon arrival and out upon departure.


    Questions: contact Jess Henderson at BARN at 206-842-4475 x221 or email: JessH@bainbridgebarn.org

    Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.


    • Friday, January 10, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
    High school students in grades 9 - 12 are invited to create and hang out at BARN on Teen Nights. The dates for 2019-2020 are: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 17, and May 8. Come enjoy free food and drink. Play games in the BARN Commons. Explore a Studio project and learn new skills. Bring friends. Meet new friends.

    No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in upon arrival and out upon departure.


    Questions: contact Jess Henderson at BARN at 206-842-4475 x221 or email: JessH@bainbridgebarn.org

    Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.


    • Saturday, February 01, 2020
    • Sunday, February 02, 2020
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI020119NK
    • 12
    Register

    Tapestry is one of the oldest forms of weaving, blending art and design with the practical need of adding warmth to chilly stone castles. Today's tapestry weavers focus on art and design to create a wide variety of fiber masterpieces. 

    In this class, students will learn the fundamental first steps in how to weave tapestry. It will cover weaving techniques, including warping, tensioning, and basic tapestry skills.

    The class will also include how to most effectively design a tapestry and complete a cartoon, color-blending, and other color effects to enhance the design.  

    The class will be taught on hand-held small frame looms.



    Details:

    • Please note that for this class, cancellation requests received 14 days or less before the workshop start date will not be eligible for a refund or credit.
    • There is a materials fee of $35 included in the price of class. All materials and loom rental are included in the material fee. 
    • Students should bring their own scissors.
    • Bring a bag lunch. We have a refrigerator for people to store their lunches and drinks!
    • Skill Level: All Levels. No prior weaving experience is required.
    • Ages: Ages 16+ Welcome.



    Instructor Bio: BARN is fortunate to have Nancy Klos Smith, a Portland-based fiber artist, painter and designer, teach this class.   She has taught in many regional workshops, exhibits her work in galleries and shows, and has been commissioned to weave tapestries for organizations and individuals. Her tapestries are pictorial, and are described as organic and sensual.  She emphasizes design elements in her teaching, particularly the key role color and color blending plays. 

    • Friday, February 14, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
    High school students in grades 9 - 12 are invited to create and hang out at BARN on Teen Nights. The dates for 2019-2020 are: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 17, and May 8. Come enjoy free food and drink. Play games in the BARN Commons. Explore a Studio project and learn new skills. Bring friends. Meet new friends.

    No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in upon arrival and out upon departure.


    Questions: contact Jess Henderson at BARN at 206-842-4475 x221 or email: JessH@bainbridgebarn.org

    Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.


    • Friday, March 13, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
    High school students in grades 9 - 12 are invited to create and hang out at BARN on Teen Nights. The dates for 2019-2020 are: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 17, and May 8. Come enjoy free food and drink. Play games in the BARN Commons. Explore a Studio project and learn new skills. Bring friends. Meet new friends.

    No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in upon arrival and out upon departure.


    Questions: contact Jess Henderson at BARN at 206-842-4475 x221 or email: JessH@bainbridgebarn.org

    Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.


    • Sunday, March 29, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • BARN Wide Event

    Be a Maker for a Day!

    Check out our 10 studios, participate in making crafts or generally check out BARN! It's free, and open to all ages.

    More information will be posted later in October 2019.

    For more information contact: info@BainbridgeBARN.org


    • Friday, April 17, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
    High school students in grades 9 - 12 are invited to create and hang out at BARN on Teen Nights. The dates for 2019-2020 are: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 17, and May 8. Come enjoy free food and drink. Play games in the BARN Commons. Explore a Studio project and learn new skills. Bring friends. Meet new friends.

    No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in upon arrival and out upon departure.


    Questions: contact Jess Henderson at BARN at 206-842-4475 x221 or email: JessH@bainbridgebarn.org

    Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.


    • Friday, May 08, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
    High school students in grades 9 - 12 are invited to create and hang out at BARN on Teen Nights. The dates for 2019-2020 are: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 17, and May 8. Come enjoy free food and drink. Play games in the BARN Commons. Explore a Studio project and learn new skills. Bring friends. Meet new friends.

    No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in upon arrival and out upon departure.


    Questions: contact Jess Henderson at BARN at 206-842-4475 x221 or email: JessH@bainbridgebarn.org

    Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.


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