Entertainment

Early music to be performed Sunday in Port Townsend

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

Impromptu work headlines PA Second Saturday Art Walk

Studio Bob will host its sixth annual Brush Off performance painting challenge at 7 p.m. Saturday as part of Second Saturday Art… Continue reading

PA Playhouse production portrays 1960s romantic duo

Do opposites attract and can they successfully cohabitate without destroying each other? This is the ultimate relationship question Neil Simon explores in… Continue reading

Port Townsend orchestra to present chamber music

The Port Townsend Community Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Tigran Arakelyan, will present a pair of chamber music concerts at 6:30… Continue reading

School is Out Family Night set in Port Angeles, Port Townsend

The Olympic Peninsula YMCA plans Port Angeles and Port Townsend versions of School is Out Family Night from 5:30 to 7 tonight. Admission will be… Continue reading

Student art, photography, music offered at Sequim First Friday Art Walk

Student art, photography, shades of blue and other treats are in store for those who walk the First Friday Art Walk in Sequim… Continue reading

Tours part of this weekend’s maritime festival

Port of Port Angeles commissioners Connie Beauvais and Steve Burke will narrate 30-minute bus tours of waterfront industrial sites during this weekend’s… Continue reading

Cole Porter cabaret to play night and day in Port Townsend

Cole Porter wrote spicy, sweet, whip-smart, double entendre-filled songs. “Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall in Love),” “Night and Day,” “I’ve Got You… Continue reading

Drink and Draw set Thursday

The public is invited to Drink and Draw at 7 p.m. Thursday. The free event is for all ages at the Loom… Continue reading

Taste of Port Townsend to offer tastes, sips Thursday

The annual Taste of Port Townsend will feature food and beverages from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. Samples and sips from… Continue reading

Chimacum park is the setting for school’s ‘Hobbit’ production

Sunfield Waldorf students to stage play starting Thursday

New tastes, sips added to Taste of Port Townsend menu

The annual Taste of Port Townsend has added new tastes and sips for this year’s event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.… Continue reading

Shakespeare comedy set for Chimacum, Quilcene

Current and past students in Olympic Peninsula HomeConnection will perform a Shakespearean classic, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” this weekend and next with shows in Chimacum… Continue reading

Native art, final show for Red Dragonfly set in Port Townsend

Receptions during the Port Townsend Gallery Walk on Saturday will celebrate the opening of Then and Now, an exhibition showcasing the historical… Continue reading

Wild Rose Chorale plans concerts for tonight, June 8

A cappella is singing without a net. That’s how the Wild Rose Chorale has performed — without instrumental accompaniment — since 1992.… Continue reading

‘Shrew’ To-Do brings drama, appetizers to Studio Bob fundraiser Saturday

Earlier this decade, two women walked into Webster’s Woods and foresaw comedy, romance, sword fights, weddings — in other words, Shakespeare. With… Continue reading

Celtic-folk music to be performed in Coyle

Searson will perform high-energy Celtic folk songs on fiddles, piano, guitars, mandolin and with vocal harmonies and step dancing during a Concerts in… Continue reading

Chiles, cornbreads to compete at fairgrounds Sunday

The Erickson Building at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds will be the venue for the 40th annual Port Townsend Chili Cook-off and Horseshoe… Continue reading

History Tales to feature ‘Art as Artifact’

The North Olympic History Center/Clallam County Historical Society and the Olympic Peninsula Art Association, along with The Messy Palettes of Clallam Bay… Continue reading

OPA students take to the stage

OPA students entertain with ‘Singin’ In The Rain Jr.’