Entertainment

StreamFest revived this year

Port Angeles Garden Club, Peninsula College work together to offer event

Tracking down Shakespeare’s works story of play

Tonight is the opening night of “The Book of Will,” a different take on Shakespeare, at Olympic Theatre Arts. Showtimes for the play… Continue reading

Wild Rose Chorale singers for a pair of 30 th anniversary concerts are (from left) Eugenia Frank,
Leslie Lewis, Lynn Nowak, Chuck Helman, Rolf Vegdahl, Steve Duniho, Sarah Gustner-Hewitt, Al
Thompson, Viola Frank and Doug Rodgers.
Wild Rose Chorale singers for a pair of 30 th anniversary concerts are (from left) Eugenia Frank,
Leslie Lewis, Lynn Nowak, Chuck Helman, Rolf Vegdahl, Steve Duniho, Sarah Gustner-Hewitt, Al
Thompson, Viola Frank and Doug Rodgers.
The late Dorothea Morgan's work will be displayed at a memorial show at Studio Bob on Saturday and Sunday.

Dorothea Morgan Memorial Art Show begins Saturday

Exhibit at Studio Bob to be continued on Sunday

The late Dorothea Morgan's work will be displayed at a memorial show at Studio Bob on Saturday and Sunday.

Fiber arts on view at yarn shop

The Woven Wilds fiber art show at Cabled Fiber & Yarn is set for the Second Saturday Art Walk in Port Angeles.… Continue reading

Katie Blizzard's wall hangings wil be on display at Cabled Fiber & Yard on Saturday.

Race film, art shows, dances among weekend’s offerings

A film on Race to Alaska, dances, a garden walk and an ice cream social are among activities coming up this weekend on the North… Continue reading

Katie Blizzard's wall hangings wil be on display at Cabled Fiber & Yard on Saturday.

Regional artists on view at Best Gallery

Discussion and meeting set for Saturday

"Oliver One-Ear" by Cecilia Olivera Hillway is among the paintings on display at the Sequim Civic Center.

Watercolor exhibit on view in Sequim

A watercolor and water-based media painting exhibit, created by members of Peninsula Art Friends, is on display in Sequim. The exhibit of 16… Continue reading

"Oliver One-Ear" by Cecilia Olivera Hillway is among the paintings on display at the Sequim Civic Center.
Dancers in Colony, choreographed by Bill Evans, are, from left, Stephanie Sanders, Lisa Fores, Rae Kala, Camille Hildebrandt, Abbie Doll, Aili Emilia, Don Halquist and Ashley A. Friend. Friend will be replaced by Anna Hansen this weekend.

Bill Evans celebrates 82nd birthday with dance concerts

Tickets on sale now for weekend shows at Fort Worden

Dancers in Colony, choreographed by Bill Evans, are, from left, Stephanie Sanders, Lisa Fores, Rae Kala, Camille Hildebrandt, Abbie Doll, Aili Emilia, Don Halquist and Ashley A. Friend. Friend will be replaced by Anna Hansen this weekend.
Alice Cordery, 7, a first-grade student at Jefferson Elementary School in Port Angeles, front, points to an artwork as her brother, Pat Cordery, 11, and mother, Teresa Cordery, follow along during an opening gala for Blooming Artists, an exhibition of nature-related art pieces on Tuesday at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Blooming Artists Exhibit combines art, science

Work of more than 250 students on display

Alice Cordery, 7, a first-grade student at Jefferson Elementary School in Port Angeles, front, points to an artwork as her brother, Pat Cordery, 11, and mother, Teresa Cordery, follow along during an opening gala for Blooming Artists, an exhibition of nature-related art pieces on Tuesday at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Drink & Draw spotlight on cast of ‘Medea’

Studio Bob will present cast members in costume from Peninsula College’s production of Medea for this Thursday’s Drink & Draw. Drink &… Continue reading

Peninsula musicians to perform jazz concert

Free event planned at Peninsula College’s Maier Hall

Classic Mariners Regata Saturday, Sunday

Races in the Classic Mariners Regatta on Port Townsend Bay are set for today and Sunday. This will be the 39th annual… Continue reading

Anson K. Sin

Classical pianist to perform on Peninsula

Classical pianist Anson K. Sin will perform a solo recital in Peninsula College’s Maier Performance Hall at 7 p.m. Monday. The alumnus… Continue reading

Anson K. Sin
Printmaker Philip Carrico’s Ebony and Ivory is on view at Port Townsend Gallery.

Galleries open for Art Walk

Saturday evening explorations prepared in Port Townsend

Printmaker Philip Carrico’s Ebony and Ivory is on view at Port Townsend Gallery.

‘Medea’ to be presented at Peninsula College

For one night only, on Saturday, Euripides’ tragic tale of love, hate and betrayal will grace the stage of the Little Theatre… Continue reading

Author Lynda Mapes to discuss orcas Monday

Lynda Mapes will discuss her book “Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home” at 7 p.m. Monday. The discussion is in room 208 in… Continue reading

Emma Erickson with Red Dog Farm keeps produce fresh at an earlier Chimacum Farmers Market. (Andrew Wiese)

Chimacum Farmers Market to open for season

Record number of vendors expected at initial offering

Emma Erickson with Red Dog Farm keeps produce fresh at an earlier Chimacum Farmers Market. (Andrew Wiese)
Henry Antrobus (Gabe Mills) helps his mom (Deanna Eikhoff) look for whales in Atlantic City, while his sister, Gladys (Juliette Burnette) tells her dad (Mark Valentine) how deep the ocean is.

Community Players celebrate 50 years of theater

Playhouse opened with ‘Skin of Our Teeth’ in 1971

Henry Antrobus (Gabe Mills) helps his mom (Deanna Eikhoff) look for whales in Atlantic City, while his sister, Gladys (Juliette Burnette) tells her dad (Mark Valentine) how deep the ocean is.

Gospel music planned in Port Angeles, Sequim

The Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers will wrap up their 2021-2022 singing season with a pair of free concerts on the first weekend in June. At… Continue reading