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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

Rhody royalty, float to be in Daffodil Parade

The Rhododendron Festival royalty and float will participate in the 85th annual Daffodil Parade on Saturday. The parade will travel through four… Continue reading

Science books focus of Saturday discussion in Forks

The public is invited to the Forks Library’s Science Saturday Book Discussion Group. The group meets next at noon Saturday at the library,… Continue reading

Supper and auction to benefit charities at NW Maritime Center

The Port Townsend Noon Club Rotary will host a Townsend Bay Wild West Saloon Annual Supper and Auction on Saturday at the… Continue reading

Toastmasters to launch Second Tuesday Speakers series in Sequim

The Skwim Toastmasters Club, whose members have earned eight educational awards this year, will launch a monthly Second Tuesday Guest Speaker Series next… Continue reading

Traditional Irish band to perform at Quimper Grange

Traditional Irish band to perform at Quimper Grange

The Press Gang, a traditional Irish and Celtic band based in Portland, Maine, will play a concert at the Quimper Grange at… Continue reading

Traditional Irish band to perform at Quimper Grange
Trails garnished with poetry

Trails garnished with poetry

A fifth season of Poetry Walks is offering poems along four trails in Olympic National Park. The joint project by the… Continue reading

Trails garnished with poetry

Troubadour Dana Cooper to perform Saturday

Out of the heartland of America, stomping grounds of Truman and Twain, troubadour Dana Cooper dedicated himself to a life of music… Continue reading

Versatile guitarist to perform in Coyle

Versatile guitarist to perform in Coyle

Tim Bertsch, a versatile guitarist, will bring an eclectic collection of sounds to Concerts in the Woods at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The concert… Continue reading

Versatile guitarist to perform in Coyle

Author to talk about Christian ministries in prisons

Author Tanya Erzen will talk about Christian prison ministries being on the rise in a free presentation at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Her… Continue reading

Tea and container gardens at two libraries

The Sequim and Port Angeles libraries will hold CreativiTea events Wednesday and Thursday. Both classes are set to begin at 6 p.m. at the libraries… Continue reading

Teen folk band to play in PT on Saturday
Teen folk band to play in PT on Saturday
Children to look high and low for Easter eggs

Children to look high and low for Easter eggs

Free community Easter egg hunts are planned this weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula in recognition of Easter, which is Sunday. Participants in the Easter… Continue reading

Children to look high and low for Easter eggs
Violist Cheryl Landry Swoboda returns to her home town of Port Angeles for a concert of Brahms, Bartok and Berlioz this Saturday, March 31.

Port Angeles Symphony concert to pair Berlioz with Brahms

A Port Angeles High School graduate who has gone on to an international career will perform with more than 70 musicians at… Continue reading

Violist Cheryl Landry Swoboda returns to her home town of Port Angeles for a concert of Brahms, Bartok and Berlioz this Saturday, March 31.

Clallam Bluebills host spring social

The deadline to reserve a seat at the upcoming Olympic Peninsula Boeing Bluebills Spring Social is Saturday. The social will honor group… Continue reading

College hosts information night in Forks

Peninsula College’s April Information Night in Forks will begin at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. The program will be at the college’s Forks Campus’ commons… Continue reading

Derry to present writings at Peninsula College

Poet, Peninsula College faculty emerita and 2017 writer-in-residence Alice Derry will be reading from her newest poetry collection, “Hunger” at Studium Generale… Continue reading

Geologist to discuss landslide hazards

Landslide hazards abound in Washington state, says geologist Tom Badger. He will talk about the hazards at 4 p.m. Saturday at Quimper… Continue reading

Peninsula College plans free health, safety fair

Peninsula College Campus Safety will host a health and safety fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday. College students and the… Continue reading