Feminism, pop culture discussion at libraries

Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau’s Amy Peloff is set to visit three North Olympic Library System library branches to present “Feminism and Pop Culture.” Peloff’s free… Continue reading

KCPT presents: ‘The Medicine Hat Playwright’s Festival’

Key City Public Theatre is launching its 2018 teen initiative, a play written, directed, produced and acted entirely by Port Townsend youth,… Continue reading

Master Gardener talk to focus on berries Thursday

Veteran Master Gardener Jeanette Stehr-Green will provide tips for establishing a more productive berry patch at noon Thursday. The free lecture will… Continue reading

Musical pair at Rainshadow Recording tonight

Patrice Pike and Wayne Sutton are touring this summer and they will bring a new collaboration of arrangements of songs from Sister… Continue reading

Olympic Cellars summer concert series begins Saturday

Olympic Cellars’ summer concert series begins Saturday with music by Fat Chance. Each of the outdoor concerts at the winery at 255410… Continue reading

PT Brewfest benefits cancer foundation

The Edensaw Community Cancer Foundation will host its 10th annual Brewfest Charity Benefit from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. This year’s… Continue reading

Quileute Days celebrates heritage

Quileute Days will celebrate the tribe’s heritage and its modern lifestyle during a three-day festival this weekend. Rio Jaime, events coordinator for… Continue reading

Shakespeare in the Woods to open for a three-week run

In this forest, our heroine Rosalind challenges society’s rules. Shaking them off, this whip-smart woman makes a rule set of her own,… Continue reading

Staffers Julie Christine, seated, and Teresa Verraes coordinate classes and programs such as The Bunker at Fort Worden’s Port Townsend School of the Arts. photo by Diane Urbani de la Paz

Creative haven: Friday night Bunker gives space to young artists

Friday night, the music’s on and so are the colors. Collage materials, charcoal, paper and paint are ready for you, the artist.… Continue reading

Staffers Julie Christine, seated, and Teresa Verraes coordinate classes and programs such as The Bunker at Fort Worden’s Port Townsend School of the Arts. photo by Diane Urbani de la Paz

New talent featured at July variety show

Your Community Variety Show, the monthly two-hour program of live local entertainment at the Sequim Prairie Grange, will present some new talent Tuesday.… Continue reading

Puppet-building workshops, show planned at libraries

Family performer and teaching artist Andy Furgeson of Red Yarn will host special puppet-building workshops at three North Olympic Library System libraries and perform at… Continue reading

Comic convention, candidate forums, gardening tips on Peninsula

A comic convention, candidate forums and gardening tips are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive… Continue reading

Deer Run on Indian Island set Saturday

The Navy will host its annual Deer Run on Naval Magazine Indian Island on Saturday. Members of the public can enter Naval… Continue reading

Fun Days celebrates Clallam Bay, Sekiu

Fireworks will punctuate three days of celebration during the Clallam Bay Sekiu Fun Days. Fireworks will be at dusk Saturday — the… Continue reading

Finnriver to host Chimacum celebration Saturday

The eighth annual Chimacum Inter-Dependence Day will take place Saturday at Finnriver Orchard. Started years ago by Chimacum Corner Farmstand, Inter-Dependence Day is… Continue reading

‘Hold Still’ memoir focus of library discussion

The Second Saturday Book Discussion Group will meet at 3 p.m. Saturday to discuss Sally Mann’s “Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs.” The… Continue reading

Beans, teepees and pruning set for garden walk

WSU Extension veteran Master Gardeners Laurel Moulton, Audreen Williams and Janice Bartron invite the public for an informal discussion on gardening topics… Continue reading

Cello music presented in Coyle on Sunday

The rich, dark, vibrating sound of multiple cellos playing folk, classical and popular pieces will be heard at Concerts in the Woods at… Continue reading

Center Valley fundraiser offers portraits of rescue animals

Artist Julie Read will show and sell paintings from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to benefit the Center Valley Animal Rescue in… Continue reading

Drawings, fused glass, demonstrations offered during Second Saturday

Studio Bob will feature “Friends and Neighbors,” the drawings of Ruth Kaspin, during Second Weekend-Saturday Art Walk. Opening night for the exhibit… Continue reading