Entertainment

Bail set at $5K for man acused of Sequim rampage

A Sequim man accused of a short but destructive rampage Saturday night will have his next appearance in court at 1 p.m.… Continue reading

 

David Jones Trio to perform jazz on Thursday

The David Jones Trio, comprised of Terry Smith, Ted Enderle and Jones himself, promises to engage listeners with a range of jazz… Continue reading

 

Film by former PAHS student at Victoria Film Festival

A film by a former Port Angeles High School and Peninsula College student will be screened at the Victoria Film Festival on Thursday.… Continue reading

 

Dancer and author Bill Evans teaches classes at the Madrona MindBody Institute at Fort Worden in Port Townsend. Evans’ book, “Teaching What You Want to Learn,” is both a memoir and a manual for teachers. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Master dance teacher publishes book for educators

Bill Evans says the experience is better than choreography

Dancer and author Bill Evans teaches classes at the Madrona MindBody Institute at Fort Worden in Port Townsend. Evans’ book, “Teaching What You Want to Learn,” is both a memoir and a manual for teachers. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)
Maria Tallchief’s performance in the ballet Orpheus led to the founding of the New York City Ballet in 1948. (George Platt Lynes)

‘Maria Tallchief’ film to be screened

Documentary followed by discussion

Maria Tallchief’s performance in the ballet Orpheus led to the founding of the New York City Ballet in 1948. (George Platt Lynes)

Author talk planned Thursday

Lana Harper will discuss her new novel “Back in a Spell” at 4 p.m. Thursday. The free Zoom lecture is sponsored by… Continue reading

Book discussion slated Thursday

The Jefferson County Library will host a discussion about the book “The Exiles” Christina Baker Kline from 6:15 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.… Continue reading

Drink Draw set for Thursday

Drink & Draw will feature actors from the Port Angeles Community Players’ upcoming production of “The Dresser” on Thursday. Doors will open… Continue reading

Green thumb lecture offers tips

Muriel Nesbitt will present “Fungus-Based Insecticide” at noon Thursday. The free lecture is part of the Green Thumb Garden Tips series streaming… Continue reading

Newcomers’ club meets in Sequim

Vern Frykholm Jr. will address a meeting of the Olympic Newcomers’ Club at 1 p.m. Thursday. The club will meet in the community… Continue reading

Teen escape room set for Port Angeles

The North Olympic Library System will host the teen escape room challenge, “Cabin at the Edge of the Woods,” from 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Travelers Journal lecture series kicks off in Sequim

Kevin Koski will present “The Four Corners Loop, America’s next National Scenic Trail” at 7 p.m. Thursday. Koski will speak at the Dungeness… Continue reading

Port Townsend’s Anna Quinn will release her second novel, “Angeline,” in a public event this Tuesday. (Anna Quinn)

PT novelist launches ‘Angeline,’ a tale of hurt and healing

Launch party set for Tuesday

Port Townsend’s Anna Quinn will release her second novel, “Angeline,” in a public event this Tuesday. (Anna Quinn)
STEVE MULLENSKY/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Denver Smyth and wife Marianne, both with Western Red Brewery in Poulsbo, purge the Rubys Are Forever ale of air before the start of the 17th Strange Brew Fest in Port Townsend on Friday and Saturday at the American Legion Hall in downtown. There are 26 breweries from around western Washington that will be serving their own unique versions of strange brews.

Strange Brew afoot in Port Townsend

Denver Smyth and wife Marianne, both with Western Red Brewery in Poulsbo, purge the Rubys Are Forever ale of air before the start of the… Continue reading

STEVE MULLENSKY/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Denver Smyth and wife Marianne, both with Western Red Brewery in Poulsbo, purge the Rubys Are Forever ale of air before the start of the 17th Strange Brew Fest in Port Townsend on Friday and Saturday at the American Legion Hall in downtown. There are 26 breweries from around western Washington that will be serving their own unique versions of strange brews.

Artist Showcase opens at Northwind Art Jeanette Best Gallery

Northwind Art is presenting the Showcase Gallery for 2023. The new juried exhibition opened Thursday in the back space at Jeanette Best… Continue reading

Great Backyard Bird Count aims to help track migratory patterns

Workshop to prepare potential participants slated for Saturday

Music, painting, drama among Peninsula entertainment this weekend

Renaissance music, a Celtic concert, drama painting and sewing are among activities set on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. • Salish Sea Early Music… Continue reading

The Watcher by Terry Grasteit

Red theme for First Friday Art Walk

“You need art to have heart,” said Renne Emiko Brock, organizer of the First Friday Art Walk in Sequim, which tonight will emphasize… Continue reading

The Watcher by Terry Grasteit

Saturday Art Walk offers late hours for downtown galleries in Port Townsend

Downtown art galleries will stay open until 8 p.m. Saturday with special exhibits for the Saturday Art Walk. Among them are Gallery… Continue reading

Future of oceans lecture set

Rebecca Mostow will present “Hybrid in a Haystack: Hybrid beachgrass discovery, description and ecological consequences in the Pacific Northwest” at 3 p.m.… Continue reading