Entertainment

“Bastards y Diablos” to be screened in Port Townsend on Tuesday

“Bastards y Diablos” to be screened in Port Townsend on Tuesday

Actor and recent Port Townsend Film Festival Fellowship award winner Andrew Perez will screen his film “Bastards y Diablos” at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

“Bastards y Diablos” to be screened in Port Townsend on Tuesday
PAHS Thespians to present ‘The Diviners’

PAHS Thespians to present ‘The Diviners’

The Port Angeles High School Thespian Society will perform “The Diviners,” directed by Kelly Lovall, in the Port Angeles Performing Arts Center… Continue reading

PAHS Thespians to present ‘The Diviners’
Mountain guide to lead adventure writing workshop

Mountain guide to lead adventure writing workshop

It might seem an adventure in irony or at least an interesting juxtaposition: Writer, editor and mountain guide Charlotte Austin will host… Continue reading

Mountain guide to lead adventure writing workshop
Port Townsend Gallery Walk begins new year with series of shows

Port Townsend Gallery Walk begins new year with series of shows

The fine art of illustration, jewelry and watercolors are among the attractions during the Port Townsend Gallery Walk. During the free event,… Continue reading

Port Townsend Gallery Walk begins new year with series of shows

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Volunteers sought for Ludlow play; ‘Cinderella’ opens

An orientation meeting for production team volunteers for the Ludlow Village Players’s spring play is set today. The meeting will be at… Continue reading

Gypsy jazz to be performed in Coyle

Ranger & the Re-Arrangers will perform Gypsy jazz at the Laurel B. Johnson Community Center on Sunday. The performance will be at 3… Continue reading

Port Townsend Shorts to feature prize-winning author

Prize-winning author Joan Leegant will read one of her new stories as a guest of honor at Port Townsend Shorts on Saturday.… Continue reading

Sparkle of silver theme for Sequim’s First Friday art walk

Sparkle of silver theme for Sequim’s First Friday art walk

The First Friday Art Walk will sparkle on the first weekend of the new year. Art Walk is a free self-guided tour that… Continue reading

Sparkle of silver theme for Sequim’s First Friday art walk
Twelfth Night opens tonight

Twelfth Night opens tonight

Olympic Theatre Arts’ Gathering Hall will be transformed into an Elizabethan House of Revelry tonight for the first of three staged readings of… Continue reading

Twelfth Night opens tonight
MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’

MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’

The Missoula Children’s Theatre, which is on a nationwide tour, will stop in Sequim on Monday to audition and cast local children in… Continue reading

MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’
Author Bob Steelquist to read from book at Studium Generale on Thursday

Author Bob Steelquist to read from book at Studium Generale on Thursday

The first presenter of 2017 at Peninsula College’s Studium Generale will be author Bob Steelquist. Steelquist will read from his book, “The… Continue reading

Author Bob Steelquist to read from book at Studium Generale on Thursday
Fireworks blast over Port Townsend during last year’s First Night. (Jefferson County Historical Society)

First Night celebration to light up Port Townsend

The Jefferson County Historical Society on Saturday will present the 10th annual edition of First Night, Port Townsend’s alcohol-free New Year’s Eve… Continue reading

Fireworks blast over Port Townsend during last year’s First Night. (Jefferson County Historical Society)
Discovery run-walk set for New Year’s Day in Port Townsend

Discovery run-walk set for New Year’s Day in Port Townsend

The Peninsula Trails Coalition is bringing back a favorite event, its New Year’s Day Discovery 10K & 5K Run-Walk Fundraiser, for those… Continue reading

Discovery run-walk set for New Year’s Day in Port Townsend

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Interfaith Amigos book reading set … and other items

The Interfaith Amigos will read from their book, “Finding Peace through Spiritual Practice,” at the Jefferson County Library at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.… Continue reading

Last performances of ‘Spirit of the Yule’ this weekend

The final performances of “Spirit of the Yule,” a Key City Public Theatre production which sets the world of Charles Dickens’ “A… Continue reading

Marine science center plans New Year’s Eve cruise

The Port Townsend Marine Science Center plans a cruise aboard one of Puget Sound Express’ whale-watching boats from 1 p.m. to 4… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts Cast members in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “Twelfth Night (Or What You Will)” include, from left, Carl Honore, Rich Hendricksen, and Jeff Clinton

OTA plans Shakespeare, revelry in Sequim

Tickets are now available for Olympic Theatre Arts’ fourth annual staged reading of William Shakespeare’s comedy, “Twelfth Night (Or What You Will).” The… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts Cast members in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “Twelfth Night (Or What You Will)” include, from left, Carl Honore, Rich Hendricksen, and Jeff Clinton
Snow piling up at Hurricane Ridge ski area

Snow piling up at Hurricane Ridge ski area

With another holiday weekend upon us, it’s a good time to get out of the house and check out the more than… Continue reading

Snow piling up at Hurricane Ridge ski area

Wine and magic planned New Year’s Eve

Joey Pipia will bring a little magic to the end of 2016 with a full performance of The Magic Chamber at the… Continue reading

GNU Snowboards team rider Temple Cummins snowboards at Hurricane Ridge on Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Snow for the holidays: Hurricane Ridge offers skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoe walks

Once the gifts are open and everyone has eaten a big holiday dinner, family members are sure to look for something else… Continue reading

GNU Snowboards team rider Temple Cummins snowboards at Hurricane Ridge on Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)