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A high school comedy production, a presentation on the legacy of Teddy Roosevelt and another on the history of aprons are among the weekend’s activities… Continue reading
Folk and Americana musician Jaspar Lepak, accompanied by her husband, Kale, will perform Sunday afternoon at the Laurel B. Johnson Community Center as… Continue reading
The Old Alcohol Plant will host an art walk showcase from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. The showcase will be open… Continue reading
This is like driving a sleek sports car up a rising road — in other words, “simply thrilling.” So says Monique Mead,… Continue reading
Chapter JC of PEO International will have its eighth bazaar from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the foyer of Sequim Community… Continue reading
Local artists will come together to raise money for youth scholarships during a special performance Sunday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 301… Continue reading
Local teens will stage the timeless tale of “Little Women” starting this weekend. Robin Hall directs… Continue reading
Have fun singing and stomping to the tunes of children’s musician Johnny Bregar of Seattle as he returns to the North Olympic Library System for… Continue reading
Yes, she was nervous — more than she expected, Carol Swarbrick… Continue reading
The opens at 7:30 p.m. tonight and will run for three weekends through Nov. 13.
Scary events and tours will take place along with many family-friendly parties and activities from Chimacum and Brinnon to Forks.
Daniel James Brown will make two appearances in Port Angeles on Saturday.
Entertainment news items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
Mt. Everest climbers Jim Whittaker and his son, Leif, will talk of their lives and exploits.
Abney Park is more than just a steampunk band.
A presentation by Bruce Lippke of the University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences was rescheduled from Oct. 14
This performance is the first of five in the 2016-2017 Port Townsend Chamber Music Series organized by the Centrum Foundation.
Susan Kieffer will present Saturday on the topic of geologic nozzles and what they have in common with rapids on the Colorado River.
Mujeres de Maíz is an organization based in Sequim which supports education for young women in Chiapas, Mexico.