Entertainment

Events offer head start for Sequim Lavender Weekend

The fields in the Sequim area are turning beautifully purple and green and if you can’t wait one more week for Sequim’s Lavender… Continue reading

Free outdoor summer concerts set

Grab your sunglasses and a lawn chair or blanket for free, outdoor summer concerts in Sequim, Port Angeles and Port Townsend this week. Locos Only… Continue reading

Melissa Febos

Literary rock stars descend on Port Townsend for free readings

“Whip Smart.” “Godforsaken Idaho.” “The House of Broken Angels.” “Pie & Whiskey: Writers Under the Influence of Butter and Booze.” They’re a… Continue reading

Melissa Febos

Olympic Music Festival open for season

The opening weekend for the Olympic Music Festival’s 35th annual summer season is this Saturday and Sunday. The 2018 season is presented… Continue reading

Volkssport clubs to host hikes, walks this weekend

Hundreds of Volkssporters, walkers, bicycle riders and hikers are coming to Port Angeles and vicinity this weekend to enjoy the northwest scenery,… Continue reading

Free outdoor concerts scheduled in Sequim, Port Angeles, Port Townsend this week

Port Townsend will offer its first free outdoor concert of the summer this week. Concerts on the Dock will feature Locust Street Taxi, a dance… Continue reading

Tonight’s taste of Shakespeare fundraiser for free summer performance

“As You Love It,” an evening of Shakespeare with food and wine, will raise money for this summer’s free Shakespeare in the… Continue reading

Printmaking by hand at Northwind Arts Center

The Northwind Arts Center and Corvidae Press will present “The Printmaker’s Hand IV,” a juried exhibit of contemporary prints, starting this weekend.… Continue reading

Sequim Accordion Social set for Sunday

Accordion players, enthusiasts and dancers are invited to join in an afternoon of music at the Sequim Accordion Social,… Continue reading

Mosaic mannequin, art school faculty highlighted on Port Townsend Gallery Walk

A full-sized mosaic mannequin will adorn the Port Townsend Gallery garden during Saturday’s Port Townsend Gallery Walk. The gallery… Continue reading

Mind reading duo to perform Saturday

Father-daughter duo Joey and Phina Pipia will offer a mind-reading performance, “The Psychic Dynasty,” for one night only at… Continue reading

Special exhibit, demonstrations planned at Sequim Civic Center

A special exhibit with Native American demonstrations and presentations is planned at the Sequim Civic Center as part of the First Friday Art… Continue reading

BLOCK Fest program in North Olympic libraries this summer

Parenting Matters Foundation and the First Teacher Program will bring back the BLOCK Fest program to all North Olympic Library System locations this… Continue reading

Concerts, picnic, fundraisers on Peninsula’s schedule this weekend

A free concert at Fort Flagler, a Picnic on the Pier in Port Townsend and a fundraiser for Peninsula Friends of Animals in Port Angeles… Continue reading

More Fiddle Tunes concerts today, Saturday

Fiddle Tunes, which began July Fourth, continues today and Saturday at Fort Worden. Free Fridays at the Fort: Fiddle… Continue reading

Tickets available now for OTA benefit concert

Advance tickets are on sale now for “Rough Cut,” an Olympic Theatre Arts benefit concert set for 7:30 p.m. July 20. Nolan Murray… Continue reading

Shakespeare in the Woods to throw winery party

For the first time since William Shakespeare first appeared in the woods beside the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, a party is… Continue reading

Red apples and bluegrass: Finnriver hosts weekend festival

Love songs and honky-tonk, “Backsliding Blues” and “Ophelia,” ice cream and apple cider: That’s the plan this weekend at Finnriver Farm & Cidery,… Continue reading

Bainbridge art patron hails Port Angeles show, artists

A Port Angeles Fine Arts Center exhibit has attracted attention from a prominent arts patron while showing a new kind of openness.… Continue reading

Centrum performances highlighted

Centrum will offer some 30 public events, 11 of which are free, between the Fourth of July and Aug. 4. “Choosing the… Continue reading