Entertainment

Elaine Grinnell to tell a tale at Story Swap

Elaine Grinnell will be the featured teller at the free Story Swap at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Story Swap, hosted by The… Continue reading

 

Makah weavers focus of Studium Generale

Master weaver Melissa Peterson and her daughter Samantha Della-Devoney will present “Generations of Makah Weavers” at Thursday’s Studium Generale. The free program… Continue reading

 

Women make their way in Olympic Theatre Arts play

The big thrill for Tia Stephens was stepping into the persona of Annie Jump Cannon. “The more I researched Annie, the more fascinating… Continue reading

 

Buck Ellard Band dance, tales of rain shadow prairies set on Peninsula

National Adoption Day, a performance by the Buck Ellard Band and lectures on rain shadow prairies are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Contra dance caller, band come across country

Contra dances don’t typically happen on weeknights here. But with one of the country’s best-known dance callers in the area this coming… Continue reading

‘Elf The Musical Jr.’ enters its final weekend on stage

“Elf the Musical Jr.” continues during its final weekend. The young cast of 25 student actors ages 7 to 18 from Sequim… Continue reading

‘Our Town’ wraps this weekend

“Our Town,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about appreciating life and love in a small community, has just three performances left in its… Continue reading

Acoustic guitarist to perform at Concerts in Woods

Don Alder, an award-winning acoustic guitarist from Canada, will return to Coyle to perform in the season’s final show of the Concerts in… Continue reading

Centrum unveils new arts and lecture series

Tickets on sale now for “Communiversity”

Historical Society offers West End Weekend

Tales of a pioneering history, a hike and more planned for Saturday

Holiday bazaars offer gifts, ornaments this weekend

The 39th edition of the Original Christmas Cottage craft fair is this weekend in Port Angeles. Gifts and hand-painted ornaments will be offered for the… Continue reading

RainShadow Chorale to present “The Secret of the Sea”

RainShadow Chorale will welcome a special guest composer to its fall program, “The Secret of the Sea.” The work’s composer, Jake Runestad, is… Continue reading

Sons of Norway luncheon, square dancing on Peninsula

A Sons of Norway luncheon, Science Saturday in Sequim and square dancing are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is… Continue reading

Can this crow save the world?

Author to read from apocalyptic novel Saturday in Port Townsend

Christmas cheer comes early with ‘Elf The Musical Jr.’

Ghostlight Productions stages second children’s show

Patrons try virtual reality machines at the Port Angeles Library. Virtual reality technology sessions are set for November and December at Sequim and Port Angeles library branches. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Clallam libraries to offer virtual reality

Journey anywhere and try virtual reality at the Sequim and Port Angeles libraries this winter. Adults and teens 13 and older can experience immersive and… Continue reading

Patrons try virtual reality machines at the Port Angeles Library. Virtual reality technology sessions are set for November and December at Sequim and Port Angeles library branches. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Film features women of combat in Iraq

“Lioness” to screen at Peninsula College tonight

Pacific Brass leads off Peninsula College series

Band to play classical, pops, seasonal fare, show tunes