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Son to provide perspective of Ansel Adams at Old Alcohol Plant

Dinner, wine and a presentation Saturday revolve around the history of the Old Alcohol Plant and Ansel Adams’ legacy. His son, Michael… Continue reading

1 of a Kind unveils in The Landing mall

1 of a Kind unveils in The Landing mall

Mary Comeau had dreamed of owning a quaint coffee shop with her glass jewelry on display. She never thought she would own… Continue reading

1 of a Kind unveils in The Landing mall
Pops Picnic to open Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s 85th season

Pops Picnic to open Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s 85th season

Come and join the jubilee listen to the band swinging’ through the land everybody stand … when you sing with the zip and zing watch… Continue reading

Pops Picnic to open Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s 85th season
From left, Nancy Gooch, Mindy Gelder, Jessica Swenson, Debbie Bouquin and Cheryl Koenig will perform in “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain.” The show opens today at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse. (Kate Carter)

‘Five Tellers’ opens tonight in Port Angeles

Among the coffee cups and Moon Pies lie the secrets, dreams, anxieties and a whole lot of laughter in the bank break… Continue reading

From left, Nancy Gooch, Mindy Gelder, Jessica Swenson, Debbie Bouquin and Cheryl Koenig will perform in “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain.” The show opens today at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse. (Kate Carter)

Back Country Horsemen host ride, camp-out

The Back Country Horsemen of Washington Mount Olympus Chapter will sponsor its inaugural ride and camp-out today through Sunday. The group will… Continue reading

Beer me: Arts Draughts to please tastes in brews, art

Beer me: Arts Draughts to please tastes in brews, art

From golden brews to a bottle art installation, the third annual Arts & Draughts Festival caters to the beer-minded and art-enthused. To… Continue reading

Beer me: Arts Draughts to please tastes in brews, art

Garden walk, spaghetti dinner, story slam set this weekend

EDITOR’S NOTE: This has been updated to correct the location of First Step Family Support Center’s children’s play group this Tuesday. An open garden walk… Continue reading

Historic home tour offers glimpse into hidden treasure Sunday

“If you grew up here, you know the house” — the all-white home at 504 S. Race St. Jean Hordyk of Soroptimist… Continue reading

Interactive play to feature LGBTQ youths

In the tradition of legislative theater, the Mandala Center for Change will present “Queer Survival Quest,” an interactive play featuring local LGBTQ+… Continue reading

Michael Jackson tribute tickets on sale now

Michael Jackson tribute tickets on sale now

Tickets are on sale now for the Juan de Fuca Foundation’s season-opening homage performance, “Who’s Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute,” on… Continue reading

Michael Jackson tribute tickets on sale now

Olympic Theatre Arts seeks variety of talent for holiday show

When it comes to filling out the lineup for the cast of Olympic Theatre Arts’ Holiday Variety Show, director Cathy Marshall and musical… Continue reading

Poets featured at Northwind Arts Center

The Northwind Arts Center’s continuous reading series will feature two poets, Kimberly Burwick and Kevin Goodan, on Thursday. The readings begin at… Continue reading

Washington State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall will read from a collection of poetry gathered from poets around the state at the Jefferson County Library, 620 Cedar Ave., at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. (Jefferson County Library)

State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall, Alice Derry to read poetry

Librarygoers will be treated to a collection of poems representing each year of Washington’s statehood Wednesday. Washington State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall,… Continue reading

Washington State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall will read from a collection of poetry gathered from poets around the state at the Jefferson County Library, 620 Cedar Ave., at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. (Jefferson County Library)

West End Thunder drag races last of season

If the weather forecast holds, this weekend will bear cloudy and foggy — but likely dry — conditions for racing in Forks. West… Continue reading

Writers on the Spit’s Fourth Friday Readings features mysteries

Mystery and suspense writers will read selections from their gripping tales at Writers on the Spit’s Fourth Friday Readings this evening. The two… Continue reading

Traveling writer featured at Northwind Reading Series

The Northwind Reading Series will feature Finn Wilcox reading from his new book, “Too Late to Turn Back Now,” at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Thank-you to volunteers, library fine amnesty benefit coming up on Peninsula

A thank-you to Day of Caring Volunteers, a library fine amnesty fundraiser and a ukulele rendezvous are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula.… Continue reading

Award-winning bluegrass artist plays with The Right Hands at Quimper Grange

Grammy Award-winning musician Laurie Lewis and her band The Right Hands will perform bluegrass music at the Quimper Grange in Port Townsend… Continue reading

Grammy Award-winning pianist George Winston will perform at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Independent Bible Church, 116 E. Ahlvers Road in Port Angeles. (George Winston)

Grammy Award-winning pianist George Winston to tickle the ivories in Port Angeles

Grammy Award-winning pianist George Winston would rather play 10 concerts with audiences of 500 than perform one show to a crowd of… Continue reading

Grammy Award-winning pianist George Winston will perform at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Independent Bible Church, 116 E. Ahlvers Road in Port Angeles. (George Winston)

‘Concert Cuisine’ to show off young musicians on Saturday

The Port Angeles Symphony’s season-opening party, “Concert &Cuisine,” is Saturday. The symphony benefit will begin at 6 p.m. at C’est Si Bon,… Continue reading