Entertainment

Henry Wendel as the sheriff tells his assistant, played by Mchenry Miller, his plan to capture Robin.

Children’s theater re-imagines old tale

Port Angeles Community Players Children’s theater will present the play “Merry Men” by Kemuel DeMoville, in a re-imagined telling of a familiar… Continue reading

 

Gala, circus set at Worthington Park

The Quilcene Historical Museum’s 13th annual Tasting Gala will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, followed by a circus show and… Continue reading

 

Sally Pfaff’s acrylic landscapes are on view at the Port Townsend Gallery.

Galleries display night skies, landscapes, ceramics

Artists featured for month of August

 

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A wind foiler makes their way across the waters of Port Angeles Harbor against a backdrop of the tanker ship Almi Explorer. Moderate breezes from the Strait of Juan de Fuca made for pleasant conditions for wind-driven sports.

Breezy beauty in Port Angeles Harbor

A wind foiler makes their way across the waters of Port Angeles Harbor against a backdrop of the tanker ship Almi Explorer. Moderate breezes from… Continue reading

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A wind foiler makes their way across the waters of Port Angeles Harbor against a backdrop of the tanker ship Almi Explorer. Moderate breezes from the Strait of Juan de Fuca made for pleasant conditions for wind-driven sports.

Drink & Draw with You set for Thursday

The next Drink & Draw model could be you. Drink & Draw with You will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, with doors… Continue reading

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Sarah Shea, right, and members of her band, Chez Jazz, from left, Ed Donohue, Joe D'Enrone and Al Harris, perform at Wednesday's Concert on the Pier music series at Port Angeles City Pier. The weekly free music series, presented by the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts and sponsored by Erika Ralston Word/Windermere Real Estate, D.A. Davidson, the Elwha River Casino and the Peninsula Daily News, continues next Wednesday with the Bread and Gravy Quartet.

Free summer concerts spread music on Peninsula

Free, outdoor summer concerts are planned next week on the North Olympic Peninsula. The concerts are Tuesdays in Sequim, Wednesdays in Port Angeles and Thursdays… Continue reading

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Sarah Shea, right, and members of her band, Chez Jazz, from left, Ed Donohue, Joe D'Enrone and Al Harris, perform at Wednesday's Concert on the Pier music series at Port Angeles City Pier. The weekly free music series, presented by the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts and sponsored by Erika Ralston Word/Windermere Real Estate, D.A. Davidson, the Elwha River Casino and the Peninsula Daily News, continues next Wednesday with the Bread and Gravy Quartet.

Jazz on the Lawn presented Monday

The Twelfth Annual “Jazz on the Lawn” concert will offer 90 minutes of free music on the campus of Peninsula College in… Continue reading

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The largest audience of the summer showed up for the final Free Fridays at the Fort blues concert by performed by musicians Jayy Hopp, left, and Andrew Alli on the Commons at Fort Worden State Park on Friday. That night, the The Port Townsend Acoustic Blues Festival also hosted Blues in the Clubs. Today, the Centrum program will present the Acoustic Blues Showcase Concert on Littlefield Green outside the McCurdy Pavilion at 1:30 p.m. and host another Blues in the Clubs tonight. For information, and tickets, see https://centrum.org/programs/blues/.

Peninsula Blues in Port Townsend

The largest audience of the summer showed up for the final Free Fridays at the Fort blues concert by performed by musicians Jayy Hopp, left,… Continue reading

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The largest audience of the summer showed up for the final Free Fridays at the Fort blues concert by performed by musicians Jayy Hopp, left, and Andrew Alli on the Commons at Fort Worden State Park on Friday. That night, the The Port Townsend Acoustic Blues Festival also hosted Blues in the Clubs. Today, the Centrum program will present the Acoustic Blues Showcase Concert on Littlefield Green outside the McCurdy Pavilion at 1:30 p.m. and host another Blues in the Clubs tonight. For information, and tickets, see https://centrum.org/programs/blues/.

Blues, blackberries and Butoh planned on Peninsula

Entertainment is breaking out all over this weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula, with everything from blues to blackberry pies and chamber on tap. •… Continue reading

A Chinook helicopter is planned at Saturday's Unity of Effort

Unity of Effort, salmon bake set Saturday

Unity of Effort’s first-responder recognition event will include Sequim Noon Rotary’s 53rd Annual Salmon Bake on Saturday. Unity of Effort will be from… Continue reading

A Chinook helicopter is planned at Saturday's Unity of Effort

Ride the Hurricane event set for Sunday

Some 800 cyclists expected to participate

Abbey Engrav, visiting Port Townsend from New York City for her brother’s wedding on Saturday, looks at the vintage Japanese garments and shoes on display at the Peninsula Fiber Artists display window on Tyler Street in the Uptown Neighborhood on Friday night. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Vintage Japanese garments, shoes on display

Peninsula Fiber Artists window exhibit through August

Abbey Engrav, visiting Port Townsend from New York City for her brother’s wedding on Saturday, looks at the vintage Japanese garments and shoes on display at the Peninsula Fiber Artists display window on Tyler Street in the Uptown Neighborhood on Friday night. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
Impact Zone by Sheri Whetstine will be featured at the Blue Whole Gallery beginning in August.

Blue Whole Gallery features glass, ceremics

Sheri Cox Whetstine’s glass designs and Steve Wry’s ceramics will be featured at the Blue Whole Gallery in August. Work by the two… Continue reading

Impact Zone by Sheri Whetstine will be featured at the Blue Whole Gallery beginning in August.

Harbor Art to showcase prints

Harbor Art Gallery will showcase the prints of Nathan Shields during the month of August. The gallery at 114 N. Laurel St.,… Continue reading

Joyce Daze schedule

The 2022 Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival activities are as follows. • 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. — Pancake breakfast, Crescent Grange. •… Continue reading

Outdoor summer concerts set next week

Free live music for those who want to dance and those just want to listen will be offered at summer concerts in Port Angeles, Sequim… Continue reading

Comedy, music set for this weekend

Entertainment is planned on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. • Outdoor Comedy Show by Todd Basil is set for 7 p.m. Saturday at the FairWinds… Continue reading

Deadline nears for Sunshine Festival artwork

The Aug. 1 deadline is approaching for applications from artists to be considered to develop artwork for the 2023 Sequim Sunshine Festival poster… Continue reading

Pigs on the Wing members are, from left, Jason Baker (guitar/vocals); Bryan Fairfield (drums); Holly Brooks (vocals); David Lindenbaum (guitar/vocals); Eric Welder (bass/vocals); and Matt Jones (keys/vocals).
Pigs on the Wing members are, from left, Jason Baker (guitar/vocals); Bryan Fairfield (drums); Holly Brooks (vocals); David Lindenbaum (guitar/vocals); Eric Welder (bass/vocals); and Matt Jones (keys/vocals).

Volunteers needed for Jefferson County fairgrounds cleanup

Volunteers are invited to help spruce up the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday. The weekend cleanup will be from 9… Continue reading