Entertainment

Sequim City Band free concert Sunday

The Sequim City Band will host a free concert with a nautical theme at 3 p.m. Sunday. The concert will be in the… Continue reading

Slipshod to perform at Concerts in the Woods

A Portland, Ore., duo will perform bluegrass and country tunes along with some original music at Concerts in the Woods at 3 p.m.… Continue reading

Blue Whole Gallery seeks artwork for juried show

The Blue Whole Gallery has issued a call for artists for a juried show in January. All artists 18 years or older who… Continue reading

‘Lioness’ to be screened at Peninsula College

A special screening of “Lioness,” a film about women in combat, is set for 12:35 p.m. Thursday at Peninsula College. The free… Continue reading

Quilcene Gallery to host first art show

The Quilcene Gallery will host, beginning today, the first-ever show since its 25-year historic restoration was completed. The building received the historic preservation… Continue reading

Here for a party: Bluesmakers pair up Saturday at Fort Worden

Our instructions are simple. “Come ready to have a good time,” said Phil Wiggins, cohost of the Piedmont Blues House Party open… Continue reading

Spooks and merriment celebrated on Peninsula

Little monsters will go out trick-or-treating Wednesday, starting with downtown events in Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend and Forks. • In Port Townsend, some 1,500 to… Continue reading

Levy collection to be featured in Port Townsend Library

Northwind Arts Center will hold its latest Art in the Library opening reception at the Port Townsend Public Library from 6 to… Continue reading

Dancing with the Stars to benefit Captain Joseph House

Captain Joseph House Foundation will host the Dancing with the Stars traveling troupe from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. The benefit… Continue reading

Concert to blend jazz, chamber music tonight

Composer and pianist Wayne Horvitz will return to Port Townsend at 7 tonight to introduce two recently released projects: “The Wayne Horvitz… Continue reading

Musical show to benefit women’s chorus, scholarships

The Grand Olympics Chorus will present Harvest of Harmony, two concerts to raise money for scholarships and to support the chorus’ local pro bono performances.… Continue reading

Noted composer, clarinetist to perform Saturday

Clarinetist and composer William O. “Bill” Smith has written new works that will be premiered by the composer alongside works written for… Continue reading

OTA auditions for ‘Bakersfield Mist’ slated for Saturday

Olympic Theatre Arts will hold auditions for parts in “Bakersfield Mist” at 2 p.m. Saturday. Inspired by true events, “Bakersfield Mist” is a… Continue reading

Quilt exhibit, Art Blast! tonight at library

The Port Angeles Library will celebrate a new Art in the Library exhibit at 7 tonight with a quarterly Art Blast! event.… Continue reading

Studio Bob to put on burlesque show Saturday

A “Trick or Tease Burlesque Show” open to those 18 and older will headline Studio Bob on Saturday. IvaFiero Productions will bring… Continue reading

College to screen tales of youthful offenders

The public is invited to join the Magic of Cinema, Peninsula College Forks and Peninsula College Library for a free screening of… Continue reading

Northwind event to focus on the art of collaboration

The Northwind Reading Series will present a collaborative arts group, The Roadstead Project, at 7 p.m. Thursday. The suggested donation for admission… Continue reading

Almost Blue to perform in Coyle on Sunday

A jazz duo will perform at Concerts in the Woods at 3 p.m. Sunday. “As the days get shorter, colder and wetter, we… Continue reading

Matheny to bring jazz horn to college Saturday

Jazz flugelhornist Dmitri Matheny will return to Peninsula College’s Maier Hall for the fifth time in as many years at 7 p.m.… Continue reading