Peninsula Daily News

Haida artist work to be on display in House of Learning

Artwork by Susan Hamilton, Haida Master Bead Artist, will be on display in House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse from Tuesday to… Continue reading

Mount Walker Lookout Road closed again

Olympic National Forest engineers have closed Mount Walker Lookout Road after it was reopened on Thursday following a landslide. The landslide late Thursday… Continue reading

Work slated to winterize Hurricane Ridge

The plans as of Friday were for American Abatement & Demo of Auburn, under contract with the National Park Service, to demolish… Continue reading

Jamal Rahman will present Reflections on “Conference of the Birds” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship speaker set

Jamal Rahman will present Reflections on “Conference of the Birds” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at Olympic… Continue reading

Jamal Rahman will present Reflections on “Conference of the Birds” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

Unity speaker scheduled for Port Townsend

The Rev. Tom Drake will speak at 11 a.m. on Sunday. Drake is the guest speaker at Unity in Port Townsend, 3918… Continue reading

In "To The Moon" are, from left, Marissa LaJambe, Cheryl Koenig and Janie Rhodes, all of Port Angeles, at a recent rehearsal.

‘To The Moon’ presents accounts of domestic violence survivors

The Port Angeles Community Players is producing a gripping new play that deals head-on with domestic violence. What do a retired Jewish… Continue reading

In "To The Moon" are, from left, Marissa LaJambe, Cheryl Koenig and Janie Rhodes, all of Port Angeles, at a recent rehearsal.

Blessing of the Animals slated Sunday

The Rev. Laura Murray will lead the Blessing of the Animals at 2 p.m. Sunday. Murray, from St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, will… Continue reading

Floral Design + Still Life workshop at Fort Worden

The nonprofit Northwind Art School will offer “Floral Design + Still Life,” a dual art workshop, on Sunday while urging participants to… Continue reading

Music, drama, arts on tap this weekend

Music, fiber arts and drama are among the offerings on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. • Field Arts & Events Hall will kick off… Continue reading

Olympic National Park reopens some trails

Fires burning in Olympic National Park had forced the closure of 10 trails but on Thursday the park announced that, because… Continue reading

The Richard Russell Group will perform from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday

Richard Russell Group to perform at Spiritual Enrichment Center

The Richard Russell Group will perform from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday. The one world music group will perform at the… Continue reading

The Richard Russell Group will perform from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday

Submissions for fall tales solicited

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center and Olympic Peninsula Authors are looking for submissions for the Celebration of Shadows at the fine… Continue reading

Tyler Benedict stars in “Tubby the Tuba,” a story that’s part of the Port Angeles Symphony’s Family Pops performances on Saturday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)
Tyler Benedict stars in “Tubby the Tuba,” a story that’s part of the Port Angeles Symphony’s Family Pops performances on Saturday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/For Peninsula Daily News)

Applestock this weekend in Sequim

Applestock will provide live music, apple cider pressing and local products Friday through Sunday. The festival is free with a canned food donation.… Continue reading

Fiber expo planned this weekend

The second annual Pacific Northwest Fiber Arts Expo will offer goods, activities and demonstrations Saturday and Sunday at the Vern Burton Community… Continue reading

Spoof dinner theater set for Saturday

A fundraiser for the Juan de Fuca Foundation Scholarship Fund will offer comedy dinner theater at 6 p.m. Saturday. “Donney’s Inferno,” a… Continue reading

At the London Symphony Orchestra’s home venue in England, an international team of musicians recorded the Port Angeles Symphony’s Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra: from left, producer Fernando Aria of Spain; Port Angeles Symphony conductor Jonathan Pasternack; composer Sarah L. Bassingthwaighte; double bassist Steve Schermer and the producer’s partner, Ines Aria. (Port Angeles Symphony)

Concerto recorded in England

September has brought a set of experiences Steve Schermer, a Seattle musician raised in Port Angeles, never predicted. Schermer plays the double… Continue reading

At the London Symphony Orchestra’s home venue in England, an international team of musicians recorded the Port Angeles Symphony’s Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra: from left, producer Fernando Aria of Spain; Port Angeles Symphony conductor Jonathan Pasternack; composer Sarah L. Bassingthwaighte; double bassist Steve Schermer and the producer’s partner, Ines Aria. (Port Angeles Symphony)
The Randall Wolf Band — from left, Colt Smith, Jeremiah Wolf Wilson-Turner, Joshua Randall Wilson-Turner and Kevin Parker — will kick off Field Arts & Events Hall’s inaugural WA Local Concert on Friday with Deadwood Revival opening the concert.

Area musicians featured at new Field Hall series

Randall Wolf Band, Deadwood Revival both to perform on Friday

The Randall Wolf Band — from left, Colt Smith, Jeremiah Wolf Wilson-Turner, Joshua Randall Wilson-Turner and Kevin Parker — will kick off Field Arts & Events Hall’s inaugural WA Local Concert on Friday with Deadwood Revival opening the concert.

Vesper Piano Trio to perform Thursday

Trinity United Methodist’s Candlelight Concerts will host the Vesper Piano Trio at 7 p.m. Thursday. Admission to the concert at the church,… Continue reading