The map below shows the location of the fireworks barge and the keep clear area. Please do not transit this area by vessel 2 hours prior to the fireworks show. Additionally, anchoring within the “Wyckoff Cap” area is strictly forbidden and may result in violators receiving a heavy fine. See CFR 33 [§ 165.1309] for more details. Safe anchoring out of the ferry right of way or within Eagle Harbor transit lane is permitted however ensure that your vessel is anchored in a way that does not interfere with adjacent yachts or structures. It is not recommended that you leave your vessel unattended unless you have checked in with the Bainbridge Island “City Dock” for overnight moorage. Please visit http://www.ci.bainbridge-isl.wa.us/harbormaster.aspx for more information.
Who are we?“Bainbridge Island Fireworks” is a non-profit organization that collects money from area businesses, residents, and individuals interested in keeping fireworks alive on Bainbridge Island
How you can help:
On-Line: Donate via PayPal
By Mail: Make out a check to:
Bainbridge Fireworks and mail it to:
Bainbridge Fireworks Organization175 Parfitt Way SW, Suite S-125Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
In-person: Donate directly to Bainbridge Fireworks at:
231 Winslow Way E
BI, WA 98110
American West Bank
921 Hildebrand Lane NE #100
BI, WA 98110
While Shopping around Bainbridge: Contribute to collection jars at merchants throughout the community.
For more information contact: 2013 Fireworks Chairman - Scott Isenman at email@example.com