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Floodlit trees and illuminated sculptures circle the meadow in Webster's Woods Sculpture Park at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center as part of the center's seasonal Wintertide celebration.

Festival of Lights offers art in many forms

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center celebrates outdoors

Applications taken for Port Angeles council seat

Appointee to fill Mike French’s unexpired term

Soprano Renee Fleming appears in the Metropolitan Opera's "The Hours," the new production to be simulcast live at Port Angeles' Naval Elks Ballroom this Saturday. photo courtesy of the Metropolitan Opera 

Photo:
Kevin Puts, Composer & Greg Pierce, Libretto
THE HOURS
Renée Fleming, Kelli O’Hara & Joyce DiDonato
Phelim McDermott, Director; 
Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Conductor
Met Orchestra and Chorus

Dress Rehearsals photographed: Sunday, November 6, 2022 at The Metropolitan Opera; New York, NY. Photograph: © 2022 Richard Termine
PHOTO CREDIT - RICHARD TERMINE
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Program to benefit businesses and students

Grant of $1.3 million supports three-county effort

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The poster for the 2022 Chimacum Arts & Crafts Fair was created by Chimacum High School student Layla Franson, who also is a member of 4H.

Chimacum Arts Crafts Fair this weekend

Fundraiser offers some 100 vendors

Steve Schermer, a Seattle musician and teacher originally from Port Angeles, will return home to perform with the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra this Saturday. A specially commissioned concerto will make its world premiere during the performances. (Diane Urbani de la Paz)

Port Angeles Symphony to present holiday concert

Concerto specially commissioned for 90th anniversary

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Volunteers at the Market. Photo courtesy of Port Angeles Food Bank.

Holiday Donation Match for PA Food Bank

A meal can be easy to take for granted. But in Clallam County, over 10,700 are food insecure, including one… Continue reading

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Sean Bunting, red hat, and David Molotsky, blue hat, both teachers in the Ocean K-12 program, a partnership program between the Northwest Maritime Center and the Port Townsend School District, instructs the Bravo Team class in the benefits of eel grass during a session at the beach on eh Port Townsend Boat Haven on Thursday. The team would normally be out in a long boat but had to stay ashore because of small craft warnings.

Ocean lessons at Port Townsend Boat Haven

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Sandie Kiehl of Sequim, left, makes a purchase from Pat Snyder of Sequim-based China Cat Creations during Saturday's Homemade Christmas Craft Fair at the Sequim Prairie Grange near Carlsborg. The event featured dozens of vendors with a wide variety of  holiday gifts and gift ideas created by local artisans.

Christmas crafts on display in Sequim

Sandie Kiehl of Sequim, left, makes a purchase from Pat Snyder of Sequim-based China Cat Creations during Saturday’s Homemade Christmas Continue reading...

Santa, Christopher Thomsen, holds Lizzie on Sunday at Airport Garden and Nursery in Port Angeles as part of a fundraiser for the Peninsula Friends of Animals. More than a dozen dogs, some more wiggly than others, sat in Santa’s lap for a photo. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Furry fundraiser

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Santa tides down Forks Avenue in the West End Business Professional Association train on Saturday evening during the 21st annual Twinkle Light Parade before lighting the Forks Community Tree at the intersection of Sol Duc Way and Forks Avenue. Before and after the parade, the public viewed the Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest’s annual Festival of Trees. Trees were auctioned off Sunday. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Twinkle Light Parade

Santa tides down Forks Avenue in the West End Business & Professional Association train on Saturday evening during the 21st Continue reading...

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Politics
Mike Chapman.

Police, housing to be priorities

Chapman outlines Democrats’ plans

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Life
Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

Sean Bunting, red hat, and David Molotsky, blue hat, both teachers in the Ocean K-12 program, a partnership program between the Northwest Maritime Center and the Port Townsend School District, instructs the Bravo Team class in the benefits of eel grass during a session at the beach on eh Port Townsend Boat Haven on Thursday. The team would normally be out in a long boat but had to stay ashore because of small craft warnings.

Ocean lessons at Port Townsend Boat Haven

Sean Bunting, red hat, and David Molotsky, blue hat, both teachers in the Ocean K-12 program, a partnership program between… Continue reading

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OUUF speaker scheduled Sunday

The Rev. Bruce Bode will present “Why Is There Something, Not Nothing?” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Bode… Continue reading

 

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