Nashville singer-songwriter set for Port Townsend show

Northwind Arts Center and Rainshadow Recording will welcome Nashville, Tenn., singer-songwriter Buddy Mondlock in concert at 7:30 tonight. This series, usually presented… Continue reading

Salish Sea Early Music Festival to launch season Saturday

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

Watercolor exhibit opens with Art Blast! concert at library

The Port Angeles Library will mark a new Art in the Library exhibit today with a quarterly Art Blast! celebration. The opening… Continue reading

Volunteers sought for third annual Clallam Night to Shine

Clallam County’s Night to Shine organizers seek volunteers, promising a good party for all who participate. Night to Shine is a volunteer-driven… Continue reading

‘Art as Activism’ dinner talk on MLK day at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Dinner, art and conversation from scratch: the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center staff wants it all. On Martin Luther King Jr. Day… Continue reading

After the storm: A reception, art party

This winter art show has been through a lot already. It’s time for a party. The exhibition “Material as Metaphor,” featuring art… Continue reading

Debutones to perform in Coyle

The Debutones will return to Coyle for their third visit to perform at Concerts in the Woods at 3 p.m. Sunday. “The Debutones… Continue reading

Food, music and auctions featured at JFFA fundraiser

The Juan de Fuca Foundation will hold its annual Winter Fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. Saturday featuring a performance by singer-songwriter Laura Love.… Continue reading

Green Thumb Garden Tips series to resume on Thursday

Master Gardener Bob Cain will kick off the 2019 Green Thumb Garden Tips education series with a free lecture on controlling pests… Continue reading

Homegrown bassoonist to join Chamber Orchestra for Sequim, PA concerts

The bedpost-shaped, sometimes comical instrument accompanies Hunter Gordon across continents. Just this month, the Port Angeles-bred musician is performing with orchestras in… Continue reading

Joe Euro to perform at Candlelight Concert in Port Townsend

Joe Euro, a Port Townsend entrepreneur and classical guitarist, will appear in the Candlelight Concert series at Trinity United Methodist Church at… Continue reading

Training puppies topic of lecture

The Jefferson County Historical Society will present its program about training puppies as part of its series, “Artists//Animals,” in the Jefferson Museum… Continue reading

Young artists to perform in competition on Saturday

The music of Vivaldi, Bach and Lalo, plus Severn’s “Polish Dance,” Tomaso Vitali’s “Chaconne” and Fritz Kreisler’s “La Gitana” will come alive… Continue reading

Ranger and the Re-arrangers to perform Gypsy jazz in Coyle

Concerts in the Woods will begin the new year with an old favorite, the Gypsy jazz band Ranger and the Re-arrangers. The group… Continue reading

Fiber design exhibit opens Sunday in Port Hadlock

Garments, quilts, collages and wall hangings are among the 40 pieces in “Under the Influence of Fiber,” a two-month exhibit opening Sunday… Continue reading

Auditions continue for ‘Six Dance Lessons’

Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim will hold its second round of open auditions Saturday for the March production of “Six Dance Lessons in… Continue reading

Bring Your Own Art show, music, photography, wood-working on tap in Port Angeles

Port Angeles arts and entertainment venues will host featured and performing artists for Second Saturday Art Walk this weekend. Among those featured… Continue reading

Drill and rifle competition set Saturday

Roughriders are among the students from seven schools who will participate in a drill and rifle competition from 9:30 a.m. to 5… Continue reading

Film series focuses on regenerative agriculture

The 2019 North Olympic Peninsula Farming Film Festival will present “Healing the Soil” on Monday. The free film will be shown at the Port Townsend… Continue reading

Port Townsend serves as setting for novel

Lust, opium, perilous cross-dressing, smuggling between Port Townsend and Victoria: Katrina Carrasco’s debut novel pulses with these. “The Best Bad Things,” set… Continue reading