Entertainment

New Old Time Chautauqua to honor former Flying Karamazov Brothers member

New Old Time Chautauqua to honor former Flying Karamazov Brothers member

The New Old Time Chautauqua is bringing back its annual benefit show to Port Townsend with special performances this year to honor… Continue reading

New Old Time Chautauqua to honor former Flying Karamazov Brothers member
Festival of Lights in Port Townsend to celebrate winter solstice

Festival of Lights in Port Townsend to celebrate winter solstice

As the winter solstice approaches, cultures across the globe will take a moment to celebrate the light within, said the minister of… Continue reading

Festival of Lights in Port Townsend to celebrate winter solstice
Sequim High variety show ‘A Holiday Spectacular’

Sequim High variety show ‘A Holiday Spectacular’

Sequim High School’s senior class of 2017 brings song, dance and plenty of comedy to the… Continue reading

Sequim High variety show ‘A Holiday Spectacular’

Adults urged to color outside the library in Port Angeles

Those 21 and older can unwind with a cold beverage and a coloring book during Coloring Outside the Library, hosted by the… Continue reading

Chimacum fair this weekend to host handmade products

Organizers of the 30th annual Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair said this week they hope to have as many as 3,000 visitors. “We… Continue reading

Choral Belles lift holiday spirits Thursday in Port Townsend

Choral Belles lift holiday spirits Thursday in Port Townsend

Hankering for your Christmas season music fix? The Choral Belles have got you covered. The all-women chorale will perform 7 p.m. Thursday… Continue reading

Choral Belles lift holiday spirits Thursday in Port Townsend
ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items

Fairmount Restaurant, 1127 W. Highway 101, will host a performance by Luck of the Draw and Vertigo North from 6 to 8… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items
Former Sequim band leader turns his music page to ‘Psalms’

Former Sequim band leader turns his music page to ‘Psalms’

David Isaac Rivers thinks his latest project might be unlike anything you’ve heard before. The former… Continue reading

Former Sequim band leader turns his music page to ‘Psalms’
Live from Sequim, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’; radio show presented one weekend only

Live from Sequim, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’; radio show presented one weekend only

One of the most beloved Christmas stories is on Olympic Theatre Arts’ stage through this weekend.… Continue reading

Live from Sequim, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’; radio show presented one weekend only
Port Angeles Symphony Chorus will make debut Saturday

Port Angeles Symphony Chorus will make debut Saturday

Before laying hands on piano keys, Joy Lingerfelt cites some research.… Continue reading

  • Dec 9, 2016
  • By Diane Urbani de la Paz For the Peninsula Daily News
  • Clallam County
Port Angeles Symphony Chorus will make debut Saturday
Port Townsend group to strip holiday music to barest form

Port Townsend group to strip holiday music to barest form

The Wild Rose Choral will strip down holiday music to its barest form during a cappella concerts tonight and Sunday. A cappella… Continue reading

Port Townsend group to strip holiday music to barest form
Port Townsend vibes inspires local artist

Port Townsend vibes inspires local artist

Sitting outside and soaking up the natural vibes is all Port Townsend artist Sandra Offutt needs for inspiration. “The natural world motivates… Continue reading

Port Townsend vibes inspires local artist

Shakespeare to be presented at Peninsula College

Peninsula College’s Studium Generale will welcome Oregon Shakespeare Festival actors for two performances Thursday. The free shows will be at 10:20 a.m.… Continue reading

‘Music connects us all’: Jazz-pop artist asks for requests before concert

‘Music connects us all’: Jazz-pop artist asks for requests before concert

When she’s asked what drives her to keep traveling, singing and traveling… Continue reading

  • Dec 6, 2016
  • By Diane Urbani de la Paz For Peninsula Daily News
  • Clallam County
‘Music connects us all’: Jazz-pop artist asks for requests before concert

Northwinds Homeschool Band to perform in PA

The Northwinds Homeschool Band ​​will host its Winter Concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The free concert — the first community concert of… Continue reading

Jewelry, paintings, art show set for Port Townsend gallery walk

Jewelry, paintings, art show set for Port Townsend gallery walk

Shimmering jewelry, paintings of Native Americans in Alaska and a juried art show are on tap this weekend during the Port Townsend… Continue reading

Jewelry, paintings, art show set for Port Townsend gallery walk
Dancing with Toys collects this Friday for Salvation Army

Dancing with Toys collects this Friday for Salvation Army

Community members will dance their way into the hearts of local children for a good cause at the 14th annual Dancing for… Continue reading

Dancing with Toys collects this Friday for Salvation Army
Northwest Women’s Chorale to usher in holidays with performances today, Monday

Northwest Women’s Chorale to usher in holidays with performances today, Monday

The Northwest Women’s Chorale will usher in the holiday season with performances in Sequim and Port Angeles. The first performance will be at 7 tonight… Continue reading

Northwest Women’s Chorale to usher in holidays with performances today, Monday
Port Angeles jazz concert to benefit college student programs

Port Angeles jazz concert to benefit college student programs

Put some jingle in your jazz Thursday during the fourth annual Jingle Jazz benefit concert at Peninsula College. The concert will be… Continue reading

Port Angeles jazz concert to benefit college student programs
‘The Nutcracker’ with a North Olympic Peninsula Twist: Ballet Workshop brings updated version of holiday classic to PA

‘The Nutcracker’ with a North Olympic Peninsula Twist: Ballet Workshop brings updated version of holiday classic to PA

It is 1895 and the North Olympic Peninsula has been shaken heartily by the Panic of 1893 — an economic depression during… Continue reading

‘The Nutcracker’ with a North Olympic Peninsula Twist: Ballet Workshop brings updated version of holiday classic to PA