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Four of Sequim’s award-winning professional artists will be featured.
The monthly self-guided tour will take visitors on a journey through local art venues.
Admission to the all-ages performance is free all three days, although canned items or cash donations are encouraged.
Entertainment news items for the North Olympic Peninsula.
Activities will include black-powder shoots, primitive archery, a dutch oven cooking competition, scrimshaw, music, storytelling and children’s activities.
Artists will be on hand Saturday to discuss their works with visitors.
The Port Townsend show will run through Sept. 25.
The artistic director will be joined by three other artists for the two performances.
The professional musician can switch between jazz, flamenco, classical, blues and gypsy music.
Airplanes, balloons and classic cars will fill Sequim Valley Airport for the two-day Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire.
The car show from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday is free to attend.
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.