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On display will be artists’ impressions of the outdoor beauty of the North Olympic Peninsula.
The winner-takes-all Forks cook-off will benefit the Washington Elks Therapy Program for children.
Thirty-two Port Townsend artists will open their studios for tours this weekend.
Three performances by GardenMusic will be offered at Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend.
Entertainment news from the North Olympic Peninsula.
Three artists will display their works through the month of September with an opening reception scheduled for Sept. 3.
The Iglitzin farm will host two free performances this weekend.
Shakespeare, a free swim and lunch and a rockabilly concert in Quilcene are among the activities.
Port Angeles benefit’s proceeds to help out obstetrics department at Olympic Medical Center.
For 18-year-old Kowalski, this will be the sixth annual concert.
The show is the culmination of a two-week workshop by 20 young thespians.
The event includes a live auction, entertainment and the Dewey Awards.
Hosted are half-marathon and 10-kilometer races, plus a 5-kilometer and a Kid’s Sprint for Health races.
Various events abound across the North Olympic Peninsula.
Gates will open at 9:30 a.m. today and Saturday, with some of the proceeds going to the Jumping Mouse Children’s Center in Port Townsend.
The performance is part of an ongoing tour to promote the release of McFeron’s newest album, “Radio.”
Artists in the annual contest will paint outdoors, attempting to capture light and shadows.
In Port Angeles, the Ian McFeron Band will perform folksy rock ‘n’ roll at 6 p.m. today at City Pier.
Entertainment options abound on the North Olympic Peninsula
Events abound across the North Olympic Peninsula.