Entertainment

Port Townsend studio plans dance, ballet recital

Ling Hui’s Dance Studio will celebrate its 23rd year in Port Townsend with a recital at 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. today… Continue reading

Saturday motorcycle show a fundraiser for autism, Down’s syndrome

The 13th annual Rock and Roll Bike Show is slated for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Fairview Grange. The… Continue reading

Sequim Community Orchestra closes season Saturday

SCO hosts its annual spring concert to end the 2018-19 performance season

Tall ships to dock in Port Ludlow today

The Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftain tall ships will dock in Port Ludlow today and offer public tours and sailings through… Continue reading

Opttacon gaming convention returns in August

Last summer’s successful board game convention returns to Sequim for its second year.

Lunchtime concert for Studium Generale at college

The David Jones Trio will take the Little Theater stage at 12:35 p.m. Thursday on Peninsula College’s main campus for a Studium… Continue reading

‘Perfect Blend Dinner Show’ set for Friday, Saturday in Port Angeles

The Port Angeles High School music program will present the “Perfect Blend Dinner Show” at 6 p.m. Friday, May 31, and Saturday,… Continue reading

Today final day of concerts for four-day festival

Today is the final day of the annual four-day Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts weekend. Today’s concerts will begin at… Continue reading

Juan De Fuca Festival begins today in Port Angeles

Old favorites and new experiences will come together for a four-day festival of music and other entertainment at the 2019 Juan de… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts to debut ‘The Flip Flop Flotilla’ at Juan de Fuca Festival

The Olympic Theatre Arts Children’s Theater Road Show will debut “The Flip Flop Flotilla” at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Juan De… Continue reading

ShrimpFest in full force this weekend in Brinnon

This town of 800 people at the mouth of the Dosewallips River has its full ShrimpFest back with an abundance of workers preparing… Continue reading

‘Rouse for Ray’ to memorialize Port Angeles poet Saturday

In his short and blazing life, Raymond Carver inspired people: from “Wild” writer Cheryl Strayed to Alejandro Iñarritu, director of the Academy… Continue reading

Benefit concert to feature classical, steel-pan music

Often, Lisa Lanza is a demure presence at the piano. Right about now, though, she’s stepping forward, ready to revel in an… Continue reading

Magician slated for college show tonight

International award-winning magician Joseph Reohm, who appeared on Season 11 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” will bring his illusions back to the… Continue reading

‘Work to Learn’ party will show how to care for peonies

Members of the Sequim Botanical Garden Society invite the public to a “Work to Learn” party demonstration at 1 p.m. Saturday. Jean Pier,… Continue reading

Burlesque show to heat up Studio Bob in PA

IvaFiero Productions will bring “Summertime Tease,” a Memorial Day weekend burlesque show, to Studio Bob at 8 p.m. Saturday. Doors will open… Continue reading

Children’s voices to be heard at choir festival

The 18th annual Fort Worden Children’s Choir Festival will bring together some of the top children’s choirs from throughout the nation for… Continue reading

Climate change, cultural disease focus of PT performance

The Mandala Center for Change will present “Our Suffering Earth,” an interactive performance and community dialogue on climate change featuring the Poetic Justice… Continue reading

Early music to be performed on 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