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Feather Palooza this weekend

Feather Palooza 2018 will focus on discussing feathered animal ownership, production and stewardship Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free to the presentations… Continue reading

Free concert set at Center for Spiritual Living

Free concert set at Center for Spiritual Living

Soloist Kinnie Dye is coming to the Olympic Peninsula for a free concert at 7 tonight. The free concert is sponsored by… Continue reading

Free concert set at Center for Spiritual Living

Mud ‘n’ trucks set for 18th annual 4×4 Expo

It’s the right time of the year for mud on the Olympic Peninsula. In the spirit of mud, the Tonka Toyz 4x4… Continue reading

Pallet Art Workshop set for Saturday

Pallet Art Workshop set for Saturday

The Pallet Art Workshop on Saturday is intended to encourage participation in the Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Craft’s Innovative Reuse Showcase. Brenda… Continue reading

Pallet Art Workshop set for Saturday
Photographer talk to launch teen contest at library

Photographer talk to launch teen contest at library

An Evening with Keith Lazelle, nature photographer, will kick off the Jefferson County Library’s second annual Teen Photography contest at 6:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Photographer talk to launch teen contest at library

Port Townsend Marine Science Center to host ‘BioBlitz’ day

The Port Townsend Marine Science Center invites the public to its Natural History Building, 532 Battery Way East, at 9 a.m. Saturday… Continue reading

Renaissance instruments featured in Sunday concert

The Salish Sea Early Music Festival will present “The Instrumental Air De Cour” at 2 p.m. Sunday. Admission is by donation, $15,… Continue reading

Story crafters to meet, work on skills

The Quimper Storytelling Guild will welcome aspiring and seasoned storytellers to Third Sunday StoryCrafting from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Stories… Continue reading

Student paper presentations to highlight Peninsula history

Seven sixth- to 11th-grade students will present papers on Clallam County history at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The presentations and displays will be… Continue reading

Theater group bringing comic farce to Port Ludlow

Theater group bringing comic farce to Port Ludlow

It’s 1942, and two of Hollywood’s biggest divas have descended upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel — assistants, luggage and legendary… Continue reading

Theater group bringing comic farce to Port Ludlow

Women in Film ticket information, schedule

Port Townsend’s Women & Film festival passes include four screenings selected by the passholder, two meet-the-filmmaker events and the presentation of “Catching… Continue reading

Your Community Variety Show moves to grange hall

Your Community Variety Show will relocate to the Sequim Prairie Grange beginning Tuesday. The free, two-hour show starts at 6:30 p.m. on the… Continue reading

‘Wolf at the Door’ has world premiere in Port Townsend

‘Wolf at the Door’ has world premiere in Port Townsend

It’s getting hot in here. Partly that’s due to the apartment radiator that won’t turn off, but mostly it’s the talk among… Continue reading

‘Wolf at the Door’ has world premiere in Port Townsend

Hip hop performed in Port Townsend on Saturday

A hip-hop concert featuring Ces Cru and G-Mo Skee, will stop at the Highway Twenty Roadhouse at 8 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are… Continue reading

‘Working Backwards’ exhibit to open Tuesday at Peninsula College

‘Working Backwards’ exhibit to open Tuesday at Peninsula College

Self-taught artist Stephen O’Donnell’s “Working Backwards” solo exhibition will be on display in the PUB Gallery of Art at Peninsula College on… Continue reading

‘Working Backwards’ exhibit to open Tuesday at Peninsula College
“Clouds and Pilings” by Ken Dvorak is on exhibit at Blue Whole Gallery.

African drums, contest winners and exhibit slated for Sequim Art Walk

Olympic Theatre Arts will welcome “Zorina Wolf and Friends” to introduce the public to the joy of African music during First Friday’s Art… Continue reading

“Clouds and Pilings” by Ken Dvorak is on exhibit at Blue Whole Gallery.
Concert a tribute to tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

Concert a tribute to tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

The Community Chorus of Port Townsend and East Jefferson County will stage a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights legacy… Continue reading

Concert a tribute to tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy
First Friday StoryNight showcases Maria Potter

First Friday StoryNight showcases Maria Potter

First Friday StoryNight will feature works from featured guest teller Maria Potter at 7 tonight at the Friends Meetinghouse, 1841 Sheridan St.… Continue reading

First Friday StoryNight showcases Maria Potter
Gallery 9 celebrates 14th anniversary during Port Townsend Gallery Walk

Gallery 9 celebrates 14th anniversary during Port Townsend Gallery Walk

Gallery 9 will serve cake in celebration of its 14th birthday during the Port Townsend Gallery Walk on Saturday. The gallery at… Continue reading

Gallery 9 celebrates 14th anniversary during Port Townsend Gallery Walk

Peninsula Singers to perform songs of love

The Peninsula Singers will send love into the air and ears of Sequim residents in spring concerts scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday and… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2018
  • By Erin Hawkins Olympic Peninsula News Group