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Genealogical seminar presented Saturday in Sequim

The Genealogical Society of Clallam County will host an all-day seminar Saturday that features Mary Kathyrn Kozy, genealogist, speaker and researcher. She will… Continue reading

Madrona MindBody Institute to host open house with free activities

The Madrona MindBody Institute will host a 10th anniversary open house and day of free classes Saturday. Founders say they are celebrating… Continue reading

Run for Safe Families set Saturday

The fourth annual 5-10K Run For Safe Families will be Saturday at City Pier. The cost is $25 for adults 18 and… Continue reading

World-fusion concert planned in Port Townsend

World-fusion music pioneers will perform at the Port Townsend Friends Meetinghouse on Saturday. TRIO’s concert will be at 7:30 p.m. at the… Continue reading

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra concert to offer space for dancing

What could be better than gliding smoothly around a dance floor to the swinging sounds of one of the greatest bands from… Continue reading

‘Rain of Terror’ opens tonight in Forks

Forks’ forecast calls for mixed sun and clouds today. But night brings the “Rain of Terror.” Forks’ haunted house will open for a… Continue reading

Authors to tell of self-publishing at Sequim panel

On Thursday, Olympic Peninsula Authors continues its seminar series with a panel of five authors versed in self-publishing. The program is scheduled from… Continue reading

First-time festival celebrates apples, cider

Fall beckons harvest season for Washington apples. And now, East Jefferson County has a festival for that. Three Jefferson County cideries have banded together to… Continue reading

Hickory Shirt Heritage Days continues in Forks

Forks residents are welcoming autumn with a string of events celebrating Forks history and the logger’s favorite indomitable hickory shirt. Hickory Shirt Heritage… Continue reading

Horn soloist featured at Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra concerts

A horn soloist will be featured at the Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra concerts today and Saturday. Kerry Turner, a Texan-turned-European, will start… Continue reading

Master fiddler to offer workshop, concert on Monday

Port Townsend’s Quimper Grange will host master fiddler and Grammy nominee Bruce Molsky and Molsky’s Mountain Drifters for a workshop and concert… Continue reading

New Port Angeles calisthenics park celebrated Saturday

An all-day grand opening of the Erickson Calisthenics Park is planned from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event will celebrate… Continue reading

Pacific Northwest poets to read in Port Townsend

When it comes to inspiration, this poetry reading prefers “Home Cookin” — that is, poetry nourished and prepared in the Pacific Northwest.… Continue reading

Paintings, sculpture, photography to be viewed on Port Angeles Art Walk

Four years ago, the downtown galleries along Port Angeles’ Art Walk bustled with 40 to 50 people, Landing Artists Studio owner Pamela… Continue reading

Pumpkin Patch offers ‘Alice in Wonderland’ theme

Sequim’s Pumpkin Patch and corn maze are open and ready for business. The Pumpkin Patch, a 33-acre farm at the corner of U.S.… Continue reading

Special workshop precedes storytelling festival in Port Angeles

Elizabeth Ellis, a Kentucky-born woman some call the “grande dame of storytelling,” will teach a special workshop for the Story People of… Continue reading

Hickory Shirt celebration begins today in Forks

A five-day celebration of Forks’ history, Hickory Shirt Heritage Days begins today with the presentation of the West End Business and Professional Association’s… Continue reading

Authors to read their work at Northwind Arts Center on Thursday

The Northwind Reading Series will feature Jim Cantú and Kathryn Hunt at 7 p.m. Thursday. The readings will be in the Northwind… Continue reading

Tickets on sale now for horn soloist performance with Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra

Where Kerry Turner lives in central Europe, Mozart is in the blood. And Turner, a Texan turned European, is about to bring… Continue reading

Comedy explores dynamics of a changing book club

A once-congenial book club implodes in Key City Public Theatre’s latest comedy. “The Book Club Play,” written by Karen Zacarias, will be… Continue reading