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Cincinnati Boys Choir will perform in Port Angeles

The Cincinnati Boys Choir will perform at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church at 7 p.m. Saturday. Choral music from Bach and Mozart to… Continue reading

Anna Coogan will perform with Jay Kardong at Concerts in the Woods tonight.

Concerts in the Woods presents performance tonight

The Concerts in the Woods series will present the music of Anna Coogan at 7:30 tonight. Coogan will be play this show with… Continue reading

Anna Coogan will perform with Jay Kardong at Concerts in the Woods tonight.
Cary Borum, in front, and Ron Clark both of Forks burn to the starting line of a recent West End Thunder race. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Drag racing to roar in Forks this weekend

West End Thunder will host the season’s third weekend of drag racing at Forks Municipal Airport on Saturday and Sunday. A Show and… Continue reading

Cary Borum, in front, and Ron Clark both of Forks burn to the starting line of a recent West End Thunder race. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Festival of American Fiddle Tunes offers two public performances

This weekend features the last two public performances from the Festival of American Fiddle Tunes. Square dancing, Cajun music from Louisiana and… Continue reading

Interactive play deals with social issues

The Mandala Center for Change in Port Townsend believes theater can transform society for the better. The multidisciplinary arts organization, located at… Continue reading

Joshua J. Superstar to perform at libraries

The North Olympic Library System will bring Joshua J. Superstar and his comedy stunts to Forks, Sequim and Port Angeles libraries today. His first performance… Continue reading

Marrowstone Island historian to speak

Marrowstone Island historian to speak

Isolated women, festivals, the fight for the bridge — and even a murder on Marrowstone Island will be the subject of Jefferson… Continue reading

Marrowstone Island historian to speak

Olympic Music Festival begins season

Although Olympic Music Festival’s special summer gala this Sunday is sold out, tickets are still on sale for the rest of the… Continue reading

Veteran Master Gardeners, Bob Cain, Laurel Moulton, Jeanette Stehr-Green, Audreen Williams and Lois Bellamy, from left, will lead a walk through the Fifth Street Community Garden on Saturday.

Port Angeles garden walk to look ahead to fall

Fall gardening means cool-weather crops and an abundance of seasonal fruit and veggie recipes. Think roasted acorn squash with butter and brown… Continue reading

Veteran Master Gardeners, Bob Cain, Laurel Moulton, Jeanette Stehr-Green, Audreen Williams and Lois Bellamy, from left, will lead a walk through the Fifth Street Community Garden on Saturday.

Wine festival to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Wine Festival at The Cedars at Dungeness will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County on Saturday. The festival will be from 1… Continue reading

Voice Works participants lift voices for concerts this weekend

Public performances cap Centrum’s annual Voice Works workshop this weekend. The first is a free performance from noon to 1 p.m. today… Continue reading

Free outdoor concerts resound across Peninsula

The Sequim City Band’s Fourth of July concert Tuesday will serve as the Music in the Park event this coming week. The Concert on the… Continue reading

Diane Gale’s wood-fired ceramics will be on display at the Port Townsend Gallery on Saturday for Port Townsend’s Art Walk. (Diane Gale)

‘Dutch Golden Age,’ rainforest, jazz and steampunk highlights on Port Townsend Gallery Walk

The warm glow and intricacy of the “Dutch Golden Age” meets contemporary settings in Stephanie K. Johnson’s oil paintings. Johnson’s work embodies… Continue reading

Diane Gale’s wood-fired ceramics will be on display at the Port Townsend Gallery on Saturday for Port Townsend’s Art Walk. (Diane Gale)

Block play programs at Clallam County libraries meant to help kids learn

Youngsters between the ages of 8 months and 8 years can learn math and science through block play sponsored by the four Clallam County public… Continue reading

Centrum begins Free Fridays at the Fort today

Centrum will offer free live performances on the lawn of the Nora Porter Commons at Fort Worden State Park, 200 Battery Way,… Continue reading

Fiddle Tunes offers up four concerts in Port Townsend

Fiddle Tunes, a weeklong fiddle camp and workshop, kicks off Sunday at Fort Worden State Park, 200 Battery Way. The community is… Continue reading

Forks revels in Fourth of July festivities for five days

Forks revels in Fourth of July festivities for five days

The city of Forks boasts a “well-stocked” week of celebratory Independence Day events starting today. They will include breakfast, a fun run, a… Continue reading

Forks revels in Fourth of July festivities for five days

Fourth festivals to light up Neah Bay, Chimacum

The annual Independence Day celebrations in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Forks won’t be the only shows of patriotism on the Fourth of July or… Continue reading

Fireworks explode over Port Angeles Harbor during last year’s annual Independence Day display. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles bringing Americana staples to Fourth fete

Tuesday in Port Angeles will bring at least four American staples to City Pier: baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet. The… Continue reading

Fireworks explode over Port Angeles Harbor during last year’s annual Independence Day display. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Cabinets of Curiosities contained any number and variety of interesting items. These shelves hold a scientifically cataloged egg collection, a Bering Strait kayak and stoneware beer bottles from Polk Marine Park, among other items. (Bill Tennent)

Port Townsend museum’s Cabinet of Curiosities hopes to pique your interest

Stuffed birds, bird eggs, shells and coral, a Bering Strait kayak, stonewater beer bottles, old medical equipment and other unique items will… Continue reading

Cabinets of Curiosities contained any number and variety of interesting items. These shelves hold a scientifically cataloged egg collection, a Bering Strait kayak and stoneware beer bottles from Polk Marine Park, among other items. (Bill Tennent)