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Manis Mastodon tusks get tank upgrade at Sequim museum

Manis Mastodon tusks get tank upgrade at Sequim museum

Sequim Museum & Arts can now display the famous Manis Mastodon tusks in two new aquarium tanks so its visitors can see a… Continue reading

Manis Mastodon tusks get tank upgrade at Sequim museum
Small boats will take over the Port Townsend waterfront this weekend for the sixth annual Pocket Yacht Palooza, a free event that is open to the public and anyone with a boat under 22 feet. Pictured is last year’s palooza. (Port Townsend Pocket Yachters)

Pocket Yacht Palooza celebrates small boats

The local pocket yacht club is taking over the First Federal Commons at the Northwest Maritime Center this weekend for the sixth… Continue reading

Small boats will take over the Port Townsend waterfront this weekend for the sixth annual Pocket Yacht Palooza, a free event that is open to the public and anyone with a boat under 22 feet. Pictured is last year’s palooza. (Port Townsend Pocket Yachters)
Global Heat, a neo-soul, R&B band, will perform at the Port Angeles Library at 7 tonight.

R&B band, pop art exhibit pop at Port Angeles Library tonight

Global Heat, a neo-soul, R&B band, will perform a high-energy concert at 7 p.m. today at the Port Angeles Library. Doors open… Continue reading

Global Heat, a neo-soul, R&B band, will perform at the Port Angeles Library at 7 tonight.

Zombie challenge rises up in Clallam libraries

Teens in Forks, Port Angeles and Sequim are invited to participate in the North Olympic Library System’s “Escape Room Challenge: Zombie Apocalypse.” Each event will… Continue reading

Free outdoor concerts to offer dance music across Peninsula

Get out your sunglasses, your sunscreen and your dancin’ shoes. It’s time to boogie. Free outdoor concerts are planned in Sequim on Tuesday, Port Angeles… Continue reading

‘Electrifying Science’ planned on Peninsula

levitation, maybe a few flames and glowing objects — will come… Continue reading

Behind-the-scenes look at Emily Carr’s life in Victoria set for Aug. 3

Behind-the-scenes look at Emily Carr’s life in Victoria set for Aug. 3

She was called Klee Wyck, “the laughing one” in the Chinook language:… Continue reading

Behind-the-scenes look at Emily Carr’s life in Victoria set for Aug. 3

Free music workshops planned this week near Sequim

Free music workshops, including training for vocals, piano, strings, woodwinds and drums, will be offered at Dungeness Community Church from Monday to Thursday.… Continue reading

Permaculture topic of lecture Monday at Port Angeles Library

Permaculture architect Hank Gibson will present “Permaculture in the Garden” at 6:30 p.m. Monday. The lecture on permaculture — a design system… Continue reading

Shakespearean fashion on display: Port Angeles Fine Arts Center opens exhibit with a party

Shakespearean fashion on display: Port Angeles Fine Arts Center opens exhibit with a party

Titania’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream” cloak, lush and leafy, awaits. So do the costumes of Lady Capulet — Romeo’s mother-in-law — plus portly… Continue reading

  • Jul 14, 2017
  • By Diane Urbani de la Paz for Peninsula Daily News
  • Clallam County
Shakespearean fashion on display: Port Angeles Fine Arts Center opens exhibit with a party
Quileute Tribal Drummers ready for the parade during last year’s Quileute Days. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Quileute Days celebrate heritage

Quileute Days 2017 will celebrate Quileute tribal and cultural heritage with traditional activities scheduled throughout this weekend, including canoe races, stick games,… Continue reading

Quileute Tribal Drummers ready for the parade during last year’s Quileute Days. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

‘Cli-fi’ work inspired by Blue Glacier

Bill Liggett, author of “Watermelon Snow,” describes the genre of his novel as “cli-fi,” or climate fiction. However, Liggett didn’t dream this… Continue reading

Group to serenade the sea

Does human consciousness alter water? Yes, right down to the molecular level, according to Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto. Emoto observed changes in… Continue reading

Guest artist sought for festival

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center is seeking a guest artist to create a live outdoor art installation during the Port Angeles… Continue reading

“Indigenous” band leader, Mato Nanji, has been likened to guitarists Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana. The band will perform at Studio Bob, 118 ½ Front St., today at 8 p.m. (Mato Nanji)

Indigenous to perform in Port Angeles

The all Native American blues/rock band, “Indigenous” will perform at Studio Bob, 118½ Front St., today at 8 p.m. The band has… Continue reading

“Indigenous” band leader, Mato Nanji, has been likened to guitarists Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana. The band will perform at Studio Bob, 118 ½ Front St., today at 8 p.m. (Mato Nanji)

Inter-Dependence Day Party set Saturday

The seventh annual Inter-Dependence Day Party will celebrate the Chimacum community with live music, square dancing, a talent show, an outdoor movie and… Continue reading

Jazz pianist Ted Brancato will perform Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in this week’s Concert in the Woods. (Ted Brancato)

Jazz pianist to perform at Concerts in the Woods

Jazz pianist Ted Brancato will bring four decades of experience performing, composing, arranging and recording jazz to Saturday’s Concert in the Woods. The… Continue reading

Jazz pianist Ted Brancato will perform Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in this week’s Concert in the Woods. (Ted Brancato)

Navy hosts Deer Run on Saturday

Naval Magazine Indian Island will open the island to the general public for the annual Deer Run at 10 a.m. Saturday. A… Continue reading

Lydia Violet will host a musical workshop and perform at “The Art of Social Change” in Port Townsend on Saturday.

Salish Sea Revival Tour comes to Port Townsend

A nonprofit troupe of musicians, presenters and activists will visit Port Townsend on Saturday night for “The Art of Social Change.” The… Continue reading

Lydia Violet will host a musical workshop and perform at “The Art of Social Change” in Port Townsend on Saturday.

Tales to be swapped at Sunday gathering

A self-playing ukele, a father’s final words and a resurfaced shipmate. These fictitious accounts illustrate at least one truth: the tradition of… Continue reading