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Entertainment options abound on the North Olympic Peninsula
Events abound across the North Olympic Peninsula.
The performances are free with park admission.
The monthly Second Weekend Art Event in Port Angeles, founded about 10 years ago, hits the streets this weekend with live music, artists showcased.
Greab chairs, picnics and enjoy free music in the open air
Tickets are on sale now for “Hog Wild — A Night of Games, Suds and Grub,” planned at Harbinger Winery.
Instruments will be made into decorative pieces and auctioned in January in Port Angeles to help support foundation programs.
The free concert will be from noon to 1 p.m. at Peninsula College’s Port Angeles campus, 1502 E.Lauridsen Blvd.
The documentary series will follow co-hosts Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz — two of the most skilled “pickers” in the business — as they hunt for America’s most valuable antiques, according to a news release.
The show is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Laurel B. Johnson Community Center, 923 Hazel Point Road.
Camaraderie’s co-owners — Don and Vicki Corson — will serve a light picnic dinner and pour their wines including the new Rhapsody in Red II.
The blues masters participating in the Port Townsend Acoustic Blues Festival at Fort Worden will grooveafter hours tonight and Saturday in downtown Port Angeles as part of Blues in the Clubs, organized by Centrum.
A block party in Port Hadlock, a telescope party at Hurricane Ridge and Shakespeare plays are among the weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula.
Friends of Brubeck, a jazz combo based in Sequim, will perform Saturday and Sunday at Olympic Theatre Arts, 414 N. Sequim Ave.
Art galleries and venues in the downtown waterfront district show off the work of local artists from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Hundreds of cyclists from around the United States and Canada are expected in Port Angeles on Sunday to participate in the seventh annual Ride the Hurricane.
The color yellow is the theme of this evening’s event.
Jo Blair and Kate Storey at 7 tonight will lead a presentation about the Native Americans who lived on theNorth Olympic Peninsula before the arrival of Europeans.
Throughout the week, blues musicians from around the nation have flocked to Port Townsend to participate in a weeklong music workshop that culminates with live performances open to the public.
Sequim Guild of Seattle Children’s Hospital will bring “Texas Swing and Country Music” to Sequim and Port Angeles on Saturday.