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Trio to perform traditional Danish music Friday in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — They’re coming over from Denmark, one of the three happiest countries in the world: Lydom, Bugge & Høirup, bringers of traditional Danish… Continue reading

Traveling novelist to be featured speaker at Tuesday’s Story Swap in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — This novelist has traveled to Sir Walter Scott’s home in Scotland and to Comanchero Forts in the Big Bend part of Texas.… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Cirque Ziva acrobats are back in Port Angeles on Sunday

PORT ANGELES — The 25-member Golden Dragon Acrobats of China are back in town this weekend for one show: Sunday afternoon at the Port Angeles… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Songlines choir extends invitation to all voices with participatory concert Saturday in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — An on-the-spot musical community will form in downtown Port Townsend as the PT Songlines choir hosts its winter participatory concert Saturday night.… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Stardust Dance Band, teens are ‘In the Mood’ for jazz dinner Saturday in Sequim

SEQUIM — Two big bands, swing and a Hawaiian style dinner: It could only be the Jazz Dinner Dance to benefit Sequim High School's music… Continue reading

WEEKEND: The American dream and the truth unfold on Port Townsend stage with Sam Shepard’s “Buried Child”

PORT TOWNSEND — This play is much like having a dream. The people and the events defy the rules of the waking world. And everything… Continue reading

‘Spirituals and Samovars’ in next Music Live with Lunch on Tuesday in Sequim

SEQUIM — Singer, actor and medical doctor Joel Yelland will offer a noontime interlude of American songs and Russian folk tunes — a program called… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Two voices, two cities, no cover charge . . . and other items

Jeremy & Anna, those young musical partners, will bring their vocal harmonies and folk arrangements to a couple of venues this week and next. Wind… Continue reading

Jazz guitarist to give free, public improv class Thursday in Port Angeles; concert to follow Jan. 23

PORT ANGELES — Internationally known jazz guitarist and educator John Stowell will give a clinic and master class, next Thursday, Jan. 21, as well as… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Cirque Ziva acrobats are back in Port Angeles on Sunday

PORT ANGELES — The 25-member Golden Dragon Acrobats of China are back in town this weekend for one show: Sunday afternoon at the Port Angeles… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Flutes, Mozart and more offered with Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra concerts tonight in Port Angeles, Saturday in Sequim

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 15. In a chamber concert, where the orchestra and the hall are smaller, you not only hear… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Songlines choir extends invitation to all voices with participatory concert Saturday in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — An on-the-spot musical community will form in downtown Port Townsend as the PT Songlines choir hosts its winter participatory concert Saturday night.… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Stardust Dance Band, teens are ‘In the Mood’ for jazz dinner Saturday in Sequim

SEQUIM — Two big bands, swing and a Hawaiian style dinner: It could only be the Jazz Dinner Dance to benefit Sequim High School's music… Continue reading

WEEKEND: The American dream and the truth unfold on Port Townsend stage with Sam Shepard’s “Buried Child”

PORT TOWNSEND — This play is much like having a dream. The people and the events defy the rules of the waking world. And everything… Continue reading

Native American documentary to screen on Port Angeles campus Friday night

PORT ANGELES ­— “Princess Angeline,” a documentary film about the daughter of Chief Seattle, will light the screen at Peninsula College’s Little Theater this Friday… Continue reading

Seattle-born indie folk band to perform at Port Angeles Library this Friday evening

PORT ANGELES — The public library will turn into a concert venue once again this Friday as the Cave Singers, a Seattle-born band specializing in… Continue reading

Seven essential skills for kids, grown-ups topic of Port Angeles talk Thursday

PORT ANGELES — Darlene Clemens devoted 36 years to teaching and leading in the Port Angeles School District. She raised a family, she earned a… Continue reading

Jan. 22 deadline nears for Rainshadow Poetry Competition entries

Only a matter of days remain before the entry deadline for the 2016 Rainshadow Poetry Competition, a contest open to writers of all ages from… Continue reading

‘Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain’ film highlights Olympic National Park beauty with showing Tuesday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The movie is not long, but its maker sought to go deep. Eliza Goode's film, a visual love letter to Olympic National… Continue reading

Grand Olympics Chorus invites those interested in learning to sing to Monday open house in Sequim

SEQUIM — If you’re a woman interested in learning to sing in a cappella harmony, you are invited to the Grand Olympics Chorus open house… Continue reading