Sequim musicians, friends share stage for ‘leftovers’ concert

Friends, food and a shared love of old-time tunes will bring Chandra Johnson and The Homeschool Boys together with Sweater Weather String… Continue reading

Storyteller to talk on her art at Tuesday swap

Lindy MacLaine will illustrate her journey, “From Story Lover to Story Teller,” as the featured teller at the free Story Swap at… Continue reading

Land trust to honor conservationist

The late Harry Lydiard — a veterinarian, one-time Clallam County commissioner and conservationist — will be honored posthumously with the Gary Colley… Continue reading

Concert tonight to benefit Friends Meetinghouse

The Port Townsend Friends Meeting will host a benefit concert featuring local singer Sigrid Cummings and the Singers in the Rain men’s… Continue reading

Eighth annual Cranksgiving event set for Saturday

The eighth annual Cranksgiving, a bike-powered benefit for the Sequim Food Bank, will be at 8:45 a.m. Saturday. Sequim’s Cranksgiving organizers last year… Continue reading

Holiday gift shopping offered on Peninsula

Holiday bazaars continue to be offered across the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Handmade gifts for the season can be found at these fairs, listed… Continue reading

Peninsula Singers and Carol Swarbrick present fall concert

Residents can kick off the holiday season with a fall concert, “Carols and Carol,” presented by the Peninsula Singers and special guest Carol… Continue reading

Sequim students pedal for a purpose

Members of Sequim High School’s Rotary Interact Club will put the pedal-to-the-metal on a stationary electricity bike for 24 hours this weekend to… Continue reading

‘Shadow and Light’ on exhibit at college through Dec. 6

An artist whose drawing, painting and digital photography evolve from wandering in the woods will be the focus of a solo exhibition… Continue reading

Bread & Gravy to perform at Music Live

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will continue its Music Live at One series with local group Bread & Gravy at 1 p.m. Tuesday. The… Continue reading

Ludlow Players to host auditions for campy comedy

Auditions for the Ludlow Village Players spring production of “No Crime Like the Present” by Bill Gleason will be held from 5… Continue reading

Taj Mahal to perform in Port Angeles on Wednesday

The legendary Taj Mahal and his Trio will perform in Port Angeles on Wednesday. The show sponsored by the Juan de Fuca… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Harvest Wine & Cider Tour this weekend

The Olympic Harvest Wine and Cider Tour is back this weekend at a number of wineries and cideries. Set at various locations across the peninsula,… Continue reading

Paintings, sculpture, holiday shopping featured in Second Saturday Art Walk

Studio Bob will host “The Collective Works of Carolyn Guske and Robert Amaral” with an opening night and reception during Second Saturday… Continue reading

‘Little Shop of Horrors’ opens tonight

The Port Angeles High School Drama Club’s production of the musical “Little Shop of Horrors” opens tonight. All performances take place in… Continue reading

“Almost, Maine’ both funny and true, director says

Port Townsend High School students will stage author John Cariani’s “Almost, Maine” this weekend. Performances are slated for 7 tonight and Saturday… Continue reading

Activities to mark World Kindness Day

The West End public libraries in the North Olympic Library System will celebrate World Kindness Day on Tuesday with activities all day. As Aesop said,… Continue reading

Finding meaning after war: Speaker brings ‘Coming Home’ presentation to Sequim, Forks libraries

a speaker from the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau — will discuss the moral and… Continue reading

Holiday ornament workshop set for Saturday

Children of all ages are invited to the Gathering Place in Sunland for a Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose Workshop of crafty ornaments from 11… Continue reading