Lives & Lies of Rolling Bay

Tickets $75 

Available at Bay Hay & Feed, or at the Museum

Call 206-842-2773, or stop in and see us!

 

 

Saturday, July 26

at Bay Hay & Feed

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll eat, drink and be captivated by the Lives and Lies of the Rolling Bay Old-timers!

Garden Party starts at 5:30: While strolling through the lovely gardens, enjoy beverages, hors d’oeuvres, and live music by the Anne Pell Trio.

Dinner Program 6:30—9:00: Catered buffet dinner and program inside the big tent erected just for this special event.

A Bainbridge Island Historical Museum fundraiser celebrating the colorful history of the Rolling Bay community that will henceforth and forevermore be part of the official historic record.  Thanks to Howard and CeAnn at Bay Hay & Feed for their very generous assistance and for making their gardens and grounds available for this event.

 

 

 


Ansel Adams - A Portrait of Manzanar

Now Showing

Photos by Ansel Adams, text, artifacts, and video: the experience of Japanese Americans who were forcibly removed from their homes and incarcerated during World War II.

Adams was invited by the camp commander to visit the Manzanar "War Relocation Center" in 1943.  He was permitted to photograph everything except the barbed wire fences and guard towers, images that would have undermined the official storyline that the move to the camps was a "voluntary migration."  The result is an extraordinary collection of images of Japanese American camp residents, their living quarters, and the places where they worked or went to school.  Adams felt this story was so important that he self-published a book of camp photos with an accompanying text.  

The exhibit includes an optional twenty minute video that features historical newsreel footage and interviews with residents of the camp recalling their experiences.


New Exhibit - The Overland Westerners

100 years ago, four intrepid Kitsap County adventurers set out on horseback for a three-year, 20,000 mile expedition to all 48 state capitals.  Photos and details of the journey, the men, their 5 horses and 1 dog.