Entertainment

Red wine, chocolate tour this weekend and next

The first weekend of the annual Olympic Peninsula Red Wine, Cider & Chocolate Tour is Saturday and Sunday. The self-guided tour also will be offered… Continue reading

Former Peninsula resident writes of open adoption

Vanessa McGrady set to read at Port Townsend event Friday

Olympic Theatre Arts’ ‘Death of a Salesman’ in rehearsal

Olympic Theatre Arts’ February production of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” is in rehearsal. “We didn’t know what we were going to… Continue reading

In the front row (from left) are Isabella Vollmer, Joelynne Jewell, Sophie Orth, Breanna Schafer, Katie Marchant, Samantha Weinert and Rylan MacDonald. In the back row (from left) are Olivia Wray, Maddie Montana, Stephen Kauffman and Talia Anderson. Not shown: Anli Guttormsen, Isabelle Cottam, Rhianna Stockdale and Ruby Harris.

Port Angeles High students to stage ‘Murder Mystery’ whodunit

Port Angeles High School will present “A Murder Mystery,” an interactive experience written and directed by student members of the Thespian Society,… Continue reading

In the front row (from left) are Isabella Vollmer, Joelynne Jewell, Sophie Orth, Breanna Schafer, Katie Marchant, Samantha Weinert and Rylan MacDonald. In the back row (from left) are Olivia Wray, Maddie Montana, Stephen Kauffman and Talia Anderson. Not shown: Anli Guttormsen, Isabelle Cottam, Rhianna Stockdale and Ruby Harris.

’Cripple of Inishmaan’ brings dark Irish humor to Port Townsend

These townspeople —newsman Johnnypateenmike, sisters Kate and Eileen, their nephew Billy —… Continue reading

Art with heart during red-themed First Friday Art Walk

You need art to have heart — that’s the theme of tonight’s art walk in Sequim. During the First Friday Art Walk, downtown… Continue reading

Valentines, paintings, sculpture on Port Townsend Gallery Walk

Port Townsend School of the Arts Downtown will present valentine calligraphy in action with Rebecca Wild during Gallery Walk from 5 p.m.… Continue reading

‘Frozen Borders’ to melt on Port Townsend stage

At the outset this pair appears not alike. He’s a poet who performs; she’s an artist who shapes wearable sculpture. Port Townsend’s… Continue reading

Cultural anthropologist to discuss Indian Island sites

The 2019 First Friday Lecture Series will begin tonight with a lecture by Josh Wisniewski, cultural anthropologist for the Jamestown S’Klallam and… Continue reading

Early music, international pieces to be performed at Peninsula College

Two founding members of Ensemble Electra, Vicki Boeckman and Jillon Stoppels Dupree, will return to the Maier Hall Concert Series at 7… Continue reading

History Tales to feature the history of Sappho

Carol Evanoff and other residents of Sappho will talk about the town’s history at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation… Continue reading

Jazz benefit, free pasta dinner for federal employees, facts about opioids offered on Peninsula

A jazz classics benefit in Forks, a free pasta dinner for federal employees and a presentation about opioids are among the upcoming activities on the… Continue reading

Jazz dinner-dance set for Saturday

New school will meet old school at the the annual Jazz Dinner Dance on Saturday. The Stardust Big Band will once again join… Continue reading

Port Angeles storyteller featured at Quimper Storytelling Guild

Quimper Storytelling Guild will host featured storyteller Erran Sharpe of Port Angeles tonight for a program titled “Buddhist Jataka Tales.” First Friday… Continue reading

Port Townsend artist featured in Art in Public Places program

New works by Port Townsend artist Loran Scruggs are on display now through April at Taps at the Guardhouse at Fort Worden… Continue reading

Quileute Head Start to host Family First Aid Night

Quileute Head Start will host its third annual Family First Aid Night from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. The event at… Continue reading

Special weekend to showcase West End history

Every year the Jefferson County Historical Society hosts a weekend of heritage and exploration on the West End of Jefferson County. This year, the free… Continue reading

Blueberries: Pruning for productivity

Want a better blueberry harvest? If so, think about pruning your blueberries this winter, said Master Gardeners. “Pruning is critical to blueberry… Continue reading

Local authors provide perspectives at next Fourth Friday event

Terry Moore and Gary Bullock, both Sequim residents, will share their impressions gleaned from varied occupations and interests at the next Fourth Friday… Continue reading

Love, sorrow, hope: ‘Next’ musical covers it all

It’s not likely anyone has described “Next to Normal” as a feel-good show. Instead it’s known as “the feel-everything musical,” which is… Continue reading