Entertainment

Marine Science Center to host book signing Saturday

Joe Gaydos, co-author of the recently released “Explore the Salish Sea, A Nature Guide for Kids,” will be at the Port Townsend… Continue reading

Poetry rediscovered at historical society lecture

Poetry rediscovered at historical society lecture

Poet Judith Adams, a Humanities Washington speaker and Whidbey Island resident, will present “A Fierce Language: Falling in Love with Poetry” at… Continue reading

Poetry rediscovered at historical society lecture
Sequim Ballet puts on an evening of dance on First Friday at OTA

Sequim Ballet puts on an evening of dance on First Friday at OTA

Sequim Ballet will return for a First Friday evening of originally choreographed dance at 6 tonight in the Gathering Hall at Olympic Theatre… Continue reading

Sequim Ballet puts on an evening of dance on First Friday at OTA
Special exhibit, big art, photos and jewelry among Port Townsend Gallery Walk attractions

Special exhibit, big art, photos and jewelry among Port Townsend Gallery Walk attractions

The Port Townsend School of the Arts plans a special exhibit and sale of watercolor paintings by Janet Cramer, with the show… Continue reading

Special exhibit, big art, photos and jewelry among Port Townsend Gallery Walk attractions
Tall tales, real whoppers in Saturday contest

Tall tales, real whoppers in Saturday contest

The Story People of Clallam County will host the annual contest for skilled exaggerators and full-on whopper-tellers at 7 p.m. Saturday. Tickets… Continue reading

Tall tales, real whoppers in Saturday contest
White and light the theme for Sequim Art Walk

White and light the theme for Sequim Art Walk

Tonight’s First Friday Art Walk color theme is white and the whole visible spectrum. White represents inclusive acceptance, hope, open minds, pure and… Continue reading

White and light the theme for Sequim Art Walk
Port Angeles storyteller to spin tales for children

Port Angeles storyteller to spin tales for children

Port Angeles storyteller Dennis Duncan will entertain children at the Juan de Fuca Festival. The free performance for elementary school-aged children will… Continue reading

Port Angeles storyteller to spin tales for children
‘Lark Ascending,’ a suite and Mozart: Chamber orchestra brings all 3 to PA and Sequim

‘Lark Ascending,’ a suite and Mozart: Chamber orchestra brings all 3 to PA and Sequim

Two women — formidable artists from Port Angeles — step into the spotlight for the Port Angeles Symphony’s season finale this weekend.… Continue reading

‘Lark Ascending,’ a suite and Mozart: Chamber orchestra brings all 3 to PA and Sequim
Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts offers variety on 25th anniversary

Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts offers variety on 25th anniversary

The Juan de Fuca Festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend with many returning favorite performers and some new ones added… Continue reading

Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts offers variety on 25th anniversary
Cream of musical community to meet at Uganda benefit Sunday

Cream of musical community to meet at Uganda benefit Sunday

There’s big news to be shared at a concert this weekend: Dr. Vivien Nanfuka, a 20-something Ugandan with a connection to Port… Continue reading

Cream of musical community to meet at Uganda benefit Sunday
Area bands highlighted at Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

Area bands highlighted at Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

Music lovers might see some familiar faces at the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts this year as several local bands… Continue reading

Area bands highlighted at Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

Bach featured in Early Music Festival on Saturday

The Salish Sea Early Music Festival will present the 5th Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach and other works for flute, violin,… Continue reading

Choir festival brings kids together for music

Founded in 2000, the Fort Worden Children’s Choir Festival brings together some of the top children’s choirs from throughout the U.S. for… Continue reading

Garden walk in Sequim set for Thursday

Garden walk in Sequim set for Thursday

Veteran Master Gardener Bev Dawson will guide visitors through the Master Gardeners’ Demonstration Garden at 2711 Woodcock Road in Sequim at 10 a.m.… Continue reading

Garden walk in Sequim set for Thursday
New Zealand folk singer, songwriter to perform in Coyle

New Zealand folk singer, songwriter to perform in Coyle

Award-winning singer-songwriter Mel Parsons will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sunday as part of the Concerts in the Woods series. The concert will take… Continue reading

New Zealand folk singer, songwriter to perform in Coyle
Sequim gaming convention set for August

Sequim gaming convention set for August

A small group of gamers looks to bring fans of all ages across the North Olympic Peninsula together for a new gaming experience… Continue reading

Sequim gaming convention set for August
Singer, songwriter at Rosewind Common House

Singer, songwriter at Rosewind Common House

New York- and Vermont-based singer and songwriter John O’Connor will appear in concert at 7 tonight at the Rosewind Common House. Requested… Continue reading

Singer, songwriter at Rosewind Common House

Vendors and demonstrations slated for Artisan Food Fest

The Port Townsend Farmers Market will host its fifth annual Port Townsend Artisan Food Festival from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday… Continue reading

Duck Derby races this Sunday

Duck Derby races this Sunday

Yellow rubber ducks will “race” at Lincoln Park on Sunday in the 29th annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby. About 26,000 duck… Continue reading

Duck Derby races this Sunday
Artist stumps for ‘Wild Olympia’ exhibit in Port Angeles

Artist stumps for ‘Wild Olympia’ exhibit in Port Angeles

The space was calling out for it. Port Angeles artist Michael Paul Miller answered. So what if he’s usually a two-dimensional painter?… Continue reading

Artist stumps for ‘Wild Olympia’ exhibit in Port Angeles