Entertainment

Wartime London focus of First Friday Storynight

In the dark of a new moon, with a nip in the air, visitors are invited to come in from the cold… Continue reading

Wild Rose Chorale to perform two concerts this weekend

The Wild Rose Chorale invites some musical friends to share the stage at the a cappella ensemble’s seasonal concert bash this weekend,… Continue reading

Vivaldi, ‘Nutcracker,’ ‘Hallelujah’: Symphony pulls out the stops

The girl can barely contain herself. “I am really, really excited,” said Charlotte Marckx, the nationally known teenage violinist about to join… Continue reading

‘A Little Kitchen Music’ to play Saturday

The Port Angeles Symphony’s new cookbook filled with appetizers, soups, salads, main courses, vegetables, breads and desserts will go on sale this… Continue reading

Port Townsend Christmas Carol: A salty ‘Yule’ created by local pair

Let’s have us a fresh take on Scrooge and “A Christmas Carol,” shall we? Let’s turn the old curmudgeon into a real-life… Continue reading

PC Jazz Ensemble to perform Tuesday in Port Angeles

Professor David P. Jones will direct the Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble Fall Quarter Concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The free concert will… Continue reading

Maier Hall Concert Series kicks off with Frequency

Frequency, a Seattle-based string trio, will kick off the seventh season of the Maier Hall Concert Series on Thursday. All of the… Continue reading

West End celebrates season with Twinkle Light Parade, tree lighting and other festivities

Downtown Forks will glitter in the holiday spirit Saturday with the annual Twinkle Light Parade and tree lighting ceremony. Santa Claus will be… Continue reading

Festival of lights, cookies through the weekend

The ninth annual Festival of Lights will brighten holiday shopping tonight, Saturday and Sunday at Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center. The fair will… Continue reading

Local dancers, guests shine in ‘Nutcracker’ this weekend

Now, a leap forward. For the first time, local Ballet Workshop dancers are stepping into key roles in “The Nutcracker,” which will… Continue reading

Tree lightings, Santa arrivals set this weekend in Jefferson County

Holiday decorating is in full swing in anticipation of this weekend’s events in the county, including the arrival of Santa on Saturday… Continue reading

Students to perform in social justice drama

Peninsula College Drama Department’s student production of “A Bright Room Called Day” by Tony Kushner will open at 7 tonight in the… Continue reading

‘Snowy evening’ of holiday music tonight, Sunday

Borrowing from the title of a Robert Frost poem, the Community Chorus of Port Townsend & East Jefferson County will present “On… Continue reading

Dinner, murder show slated for tonight, Saturday

The Port Townsend Kiwanis Club will present Dinner and a Murder tonight and Saturday. This year’s Dinner and a Murder, which is… Continue reading

Holiday bazaars offer variety of unique gifts

Holiday bazaars will offer handmade crafts and art on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Here is the list. PORT ANGELES Christmas fair PORT ANGELES… Continue reading

Jewelry, photography, small works featured during Port Townsend Gallery Walk

Artists KarenLee Eaton and Michael Kenney will discuss their work at Gallery 9 during the Port Townsend Gallery Walk on Saturday. The… Continue reading

Musical Christmas classics slated for chorus concert

The Sequim Community Christmas Chorus will perform tonight, Saturday and Sunday. Performances are 7:30 tonight and at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at… Continue reading

Soroptimists’ annual Gala Gift Show set for Saturday

Soroptimist International of Sequim will host more than 50 vendors at its seventh annual Gala Gift Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.… Continue reading

Squirrel Butter to perform in Coyle

The Seattle band Squirrel Butter will return to Coyle to perform the duo’s trademark mixture of old-time, bluegrass, blues and country music at… Continue reading