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Events across the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.
Entertainment events throughout the North Olympic Peninsula.
The State Button Society Convention is free to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
The concert at St. Matthew Lutheran Church will feature songs Ken Young composed and dedicated to flying creatures.
The Saturday event boasts a salmon cook-out and strange vegetables for judging.
Coyle concert series continues Saturday with return of the Bluegrass and country duo.
The free exhibit begins at 6 p.m. at the Cotton Building at 607 Water St.
The three Ericksons were all top honorees at the Port Angeles Symphony’s Young Artist Competition.
Five-time grammy nominee jazz vocalist Karrin Allyson will croon in Port Angeles on Wednesday night at the high school Performing Arts Center.
Finale of three-day Port Townsend festival also to feature boatbuilding challenge.
All festival activities are centered around the Northwest Maritime Center at 431 Water St.
This weekend’s downtown fair to feature artists from all over the Pacific Northwest.
Admission is free to this weekend’s event.
Forever Twilight festivities continue through Sunday, with highlights including a Vampire Habitat Walk through the Hoh Rain Forest today.
The COASST training provides volunteers with the tools to monitor for potential changes in the marine environment and promote stewardship of local marine resources.
Curtis & Loretta, a folk duo from Minnesota that’s performed in Coyle before, returns with many their proficiency in multiple instruments.
Storytimes will take place at 10:30 a.m. Fridays through next May.
John Hilmer’s art features original paintings, prints and graphic experiments which celebrate his migratory journeys.
And other events on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.
Keying up the finale … multi-Grammy nominee Fred Hersch takes the stage at Olympic Music Festival this weekend
The 33rd season of the Olympic Music Festival concludes this weekend with one of artistic director Julio Elizalde’s top five pianists.