Last Season's Deck umbrella Recycled into Totes

Last Season's Deck umbrella Recycled into Stylish Shopping Totes

After 8 or so years on the pub’s waterfront deck, the yellow-striped giant umbrella has relinquished its responsibilities to a new rookie umbrella just flown in from Edmondton, AB. Envirodesigns¬† , the North American distributor for the extra-large coverings, has featured the umbrella in its printed catalog for years. You can get a piece of the old one today that has been fashioned into a stylish shopping tote… a la shabby chic. Each bag is unique and emblazoned with the pub’s 20th Anniversary logo along with a reminder that reuse is a good thing.

You’ll have to hurry to get a piece of pub history. There are only about 50 of these collector’s items made. Stop in the pub to get yours, and then head to the Bainbridge Farmer’s Market on Saturdays in style.

For the fourth consecutive year the pub staff will be pouring beer and wine at the Chamber of Commerce’s Grand Old Fourth of July. The beer garden is located at the corner of Shannon and Bjune Drives.

With the help of Mike Hale, Hale’s Ales namesake and founder, the bar is setup to run from 11 AM to 5 PM. Everyone’s welcome to join in the fun. Two band’s will be playing. The first, Eagle Harbor Jazz Ensemble, is a repeat performer from the Island and will play from 11 – 2.¬† Seattle band, by way of Sacramento, Blvd Park will play from 2 until close at 5PM.

All proceeds from the sales of beer and wine benefit the Chamber of Commerce.

BLVD Park set to Play Grand Old Fourth Beer Garden

BLVD Park set to Play Grand Old Fourth Beer Garden