Entertainment

Jefferson Healthcare to offer screenings of ‘Being Mortal’ this weekend

Jefferson Healthcare will host two free screenings of the PBS Frontline film “Being Mortal” this weekend. Today’s screening will be at the Northwest Maritime Center,… Continue reading

Kendra Chilson                                The Four Bitchin’ Babes are, top from left, Debi Smith and Sally Fingerett and, bottom from left, Megon McDonough and Deirdre Flint.

Musical comedy troupe to perform Saturday

Four Bitchin’ Babes will sing about the experiences of women in Hormonal Imbalance v2.5, a show tonight celebrating 25 years of estrogen-fueled… Continue reading

Kendra Chilson                                The Four Bitchin’ Babes are, top from left, Debi Smith and Sally Fingerett and, bottom from left, Megon McDonough and Deirdre Flint.
The Port Angeles High School Chamber Orchestra performs songs by George Harrison and other notable artists Tuesday at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Music Live with Lunch in Sequim.

Port Angeles High’s orchestra plays Music Live with Lunch this Tuesday in Sequim

The Port Angeles High School Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Ron Jones, will take the stage at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Music… Continue reading

The Port Angeles High School Chamber Orchestra performs songs by George Harrison and other notable artists Tuesday at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Music Live with Lunch in Sequim.
Port Angeles writer’s story selected for ‘Chicken Soup’ collection

Port Angeles writer’s story selected for ‘Chicken Soup’ collection

A short story by an author based in Port Angeles has been selected for the book “Chicken Soup for the Soul: The… Continue reading

Port Angeles writer’s story selected for ‘Chicken Soup’ collection
Second Weekend Art Event set in downtown Port Angeles

Second Weekend Art Event set in downtown Port Angeles

Art and rock ‘n’ roll will mingle seamlessly this weekend during the Second Weekend Art Event in downtown Port Angeles. The recurring… Continue reading

Second Weekend Art Event set in downtown Port Angeles
RainShadow Chorale members are, back row, from left, Doug Rodgers, Will Kalb, Don Landstra, Franz Witte, Glen Koch, Malcolm Hepworth, Pat Rodgers, Paul Becker, Linda Bach, Dorothy Hensey, Liz Hazen, Sally Chapin, Bev Schaaf, Claus Janssen, Brian Goldstein, Sue Reid, Sheila Hunt-Witte, Pat Nerison, Phina Pipia, Colleen Johnson, Helen Lauritzen, Weezie Jenkins and Kathleen Schott; front row, from left, Cherry Chenruk-Geelan, Rebecca Rottsolk, Diana Seifert, Jody Bower, Pat Vaughan, Bob McCauley, Kris Lott and Rick Kirkwood.

Three performances set of A Heaven Full of Stars

RainShadow Chorale will present the first of three afternoon performances of “A Heaven Full of Stars” in Chimacum on Sunday. The Chimacum concert… Continue reading

RainShadow Chorale members are, back row, from left, Doug Rodgers, Will Kalb, Don Landstra, Franz Witte, Glen Koch, Malcolm Hepworth, Pat Rodgers, Paul Becker, Linda Bach, Dorothy Hensey, Liz Hazen, Sally Chapin, Bev Schaaf, Claus Janssen, Brian Goldstein, Sue Reid, Sheila Hunt-Witte, Pat Nerison, Phina Pipia, Colleen Johnson, Helen Lauritzen, Weezie Jenkins and Kathleen Schott; front row, from left, Cherry Chenruk-Geelan, Rebecca Rottsolk, Diana Seifert, Jody Bower, Pat Vaughan, Bob McCauley, Kris Lott and Rick Kirkwood.

Tickets on sale now for Winterfest in Port Angeles

Tickets are on sale for Winterfest, an annual fundraiser featuring dinner and short films that supports winter sports at Hurricane Ridge. Doors… Continue reading

Val James & Friends to sing jazz favorites at Candlelight Concert

Val James and her Friends will perform an array of jazz standards during a Candlelight Concert of Jazz Favorites this coming Thursday… Continue reading

Deborah Kelley

Volcanoes and vents the focus of Sunday presentation

University of Washington oceanography professor Deborah Kelley will present “Submarine Volcanoes, Vents and the Life They Support” at the Fort Worden Chapel… Continue reading

Deborah Kelley
Grandparents to ride high in special balloon lift-off

Grandparents to ride high in special balloon lift-off

The Dream Catcher Balloon Program provides rides to disabled people in a custom balloon.

Grandparents to ride high in special balloon lift-off
“The Sea is a Restless Whore,” a play produced by Peninsula College, will open Wednesday at The Metta Room in Port Angeles. From left are Marissa LeeAnn Rose Wilson, Richard Stephens, Brianna Miles, Mark Valentine (foreground), Steven Canepa and Laci Trussell. (Peninsula College)

Hijinks on the high seas focus of Port Angeles production

A troupe of thespians from the Peninsula College Drama Department will explore the intrinsic depravity of a group of pirates this week… Continue reading

“The Sea is a Restless Whore,” a play produced by Peninsula College, will open Wednesday at The Metta Room in Port Angeles. From left are Marissa LeeAnn Rose Wilson, Richard Stephens, Brianna Miles, Mark Valentine (foreground), Steven Canepa and Laci Trussell. (Peninsula College)
Port Townsend Gallery features two artists this month

Port Townsend Gallery features two artists this month

The works of two artists featured this month at the Port Townsend Gallery explore natural themes using sand and wood. The gallery,… Continue reading

Port Townsend Gallery features two artists this month

Second Annual ‘O’Tannenbaum Auction coming up

Tickets are on sale now for Olympic Theatre Arts’ second annual O’Tannenbaum Auction fundraiser Nov. 17-19. Proceeds from all events will benefit OTA,… Continue reading

Sequim City Band to host Navy Band Northwest musicians today

Sequim City Band to host Navy Band Northwest musicians today

The Sequim City Band will present “Viva Italia!,” a concert highlighting the music of Italy, today. This free event, the first indoor… Continue reading

Sequim City Band to host Navy Band Northwest musicians today
Stop and sniff the art in Port Townsend on Saturday

Stop and sniff the art in Port Townsend on Saturday

Eccentric art exploring the human mind, nature… Continue reading

Stop and sniff the art in Port Townsend on Saturday
ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: First Friday Lecture set for tonight … and other items

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: First Friday Lecture set for tonight … and other items

The Jefferson Museum of Art & History, 540 Water St., will host Rod Freeman as the keynote speaker of the First Friday… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: First Friday Lecture set for tonight … and other items
Bazaar options range across Peninsula

Bazaar options range across Peninsula

Halloween is over, the air is wet with autumn rain and on the North Olympic Peninsula, the Christmas season has already begun. A number of… Continue reading

Bazaar options range across Peninsula
Port Townsend Woodworkers’ Show to highlight local talent

Port Townsend Woodworkers’ Show to highlight local talent

Fancifully carved ornaments, robust furniture and ornate musical instruments constructed of the finest wood will be on display this weekend during the… Continue reading

Port Townsend Woodworkers’ Show to highlight local talent
Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest

Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest

Aspiring authors of all ages — from elementary students to older adults — are invited to submit their best poems and stories… Continue reading

Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest
A cornucopia of art: Sequim Art Walk features artists, live music tonight

A cornucopia of art: Sequim Art Walk features artists, live music tonight

A cornucopia of autumn-themed art will be on display this evening during First Friday Art walk, with artists on hand to greet the… Continue reading

A cornucopia of art: Sequim Art Walk features artists, live music tonight