Entertainment

‘Secret History’ on Little Theater stage at Peninsula College

“The Secret History of Nikola Tesla” continues today at the Little Theater at Peninsula College. The show time for the public is… Continue reading

Ghostly tale unfolds in “The Uninvited”

Theaters have long had a reputation for being haunted, hence the common practice of leaving a “ghost light” illuminated on stage at… Continue reading

Permaculture lecture set tonight, Saturday

A lecture explaining permaculture will be offered in Sequim and Port Angeles this weekend. David Boehnlein, co-author of “Practical Permaculture for Home Landscapes, Your Community,… Continue reading

Soloists and Symphony present ‘Romance,’ Ravel

This music stirs up a lot of passion. Take Antonin Dvorak’s “Romance for Violin.” The piece has these “beautiful flowing lines in… Continue reading

‘Romance,’ Ravel on Port Angeles Symphony program Saturday

The Port Angeles Symphony’s first concert of spring is set for Saturday, March 30, and will feature music by Antonin Dvorak and… Continue reading

Five Acre School play examines life of Nikola Tesla

‘Secret History’ on Little Theater stage in Port Angeles

Pair of free yoga classes at PAFAC

Two free yoga classes will be offered this spring at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. Poser Yoga studios will present the… Continue reading

Sequim grad’s ‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ returns for season 3

Sequim grad Bristol Marunde and his wife Aubrey will remain fixtures on television starting Thursday. The couple’s “Flip or Flop Vegas” returns for… Continue reading

Victorian Heritage Festival continues today with vendors, tours

The 23rd Victorian Heritage Festival continues today with historic building tours and a collection of vendors. Although most events were on Saturday,… Continue reading

‘Let’s Talk about Art’ dinner set at Port Angeles arts center

At the inaugural night of the Dinner Talk series at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, about one-third of the people were… Continue reading

Flute sonatas Salish Sea Early Music Festival in Port Townsend

The Salish Sea Early Music Festival will continue its season at 2 p.m. Saturday. The concert will be at St. Paul’s Episcopal… Continue reading

Imagined Reality improv troupe returns to OTA

Olympic Theatre Arts will once again welcome a Bainbridge Island improvisational comedy group, “Imagined Reality,” for their second appearance at OTA at 7… Continue reading

Land Trust honors Salmon Coalition

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition will receive this year’s Out Standing in the Field Award from the North Olympic Land Trust at… Continue reading

Northwind to host Port Townsend performer

Northwind Arts Center will host Port Townsend-based singer-songwriter Simon Lynge at 7 tonight. Tickets are $15 each from simonnorthwind.brownpapertickets.com or at the… Continue reading

Steelhead focus of Evening Talks at ONRC in Forks

The Olympic Natural Resources Center will host the opening lectures in its 2019 Steelhead Review during the Evening Talks series at 7 tonight.… Continue reading

The sorcerer and the swans: Classic ballet in Port Angeles

There is no luck in ballet. It’s all about preparation meets opportunity. So says Kate Robbins, also known as Miss Kate, teacher… Continue reading

Violin virtuoso to debut at Candlelight Concert

For the first time, violinist Claire Martin will perform in the Candlelight Concert Series, showcasing solo violin pieces with a theme of… Continue reading

Writing workshop, reading set for Sunday in Port Angeles

San Francisco writer Heather June Gibbons will teach a workshop and give a free reading from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday… Continue reading

Sequim Elks host gypsy jazz, classic rock groups

The Sequim Elks Lodge will hosts a pair of bands with contrasting styles today and Sunday. Both will be at 6 p.m. at… Continue reading

Eat, talk, see art at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Event is the second in the center’s Dinner Talk series