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Olympic Peninsula Art Association issues call for artwork

The Olympic Peninsula Art Association has issued a call for artists for its “Small Treasures” Virtual Spring Show and Fundraiser. Artists area asked… Continue reading

“Refuge” by Marian Morris, is mng the pieces on display at the Northwind Art: Best Gallery.

Exhibit ‘not in Kansas anymore’

Northwind Art highlights more artists

“Refuge” by Marian Morris, is mng the pieces on display at the Northwind Art: Best Gallery.
"And I, Pluto's Only Cactus" is among the many offbeat plays staged at the Chameleon Theater. Appearing in the 2012 production were, from left, Jeremiah Morgan, Rosa Davies and Michelle Hensel. photo courtesy The Chameleon Theater

Artistic director begins campaign to keep Chameleon alive

The Chameleon Theater is changeable like its namesake: It can have 50 seats for a flamenco concert, 30 seats for a magic… Continue reading

"And I, Pluto's Only Cactus" is among the many offbeat plays staged at the Chameleon Theater. Appearing in the 2012 production were, from left, Jeremiah Morgan, Rosa Davies and Michelle Hensel. photo courtesy The Chameleon Theater
Key City Public Theatre's Brendan Chambers and Maggie Jo Bulkley engage in a little "zip zap zop," a theater game, in preparation for their youth theater classes in Port Townsend. The two are not wearing masks in this photo because they live in the same household. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News
Key City Public Theatre's Brendan Chambers and Maggie Jo Bulkley engage in a little "zip zap zop," a theater game, in preparation for their youth theater classes in Port Townsend. The two are not wearing masks in this photo because they live in the same household. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News
Louise Woehrle and her uncle, Air Force bombardier Charles Woehrle, co-created "Stalag Luft III: One Man's Story," about the B-17 flight that led to his capture and imprisonment by the Nazis during World War II.     photo courtesy of Whirlygig Productions

A POW lives to tell

‘Stalag Luft III’ depicts wartime camp, aftermath

Louise Woehrle and her uncle, Air Force bombardier Charles Woehrle, co-created "Stalag Luft III: One Man's Story," about the B-17 flight that led to his capture and imprisonment by the Nazis during World War II.     photo courtesy of Whirlygig Productions

NOLS to host Jazzy Ash concert online

The North Olympic Library System will host an online performance of “Fly Through My Window” by Jazzy Ash and the Leaping Lizards… Continue reading

Robbie Mantooth will lead a discussion following the screening of a John Gussman film, Ennis  A Creek Worth Saving  on Thursday.

Saving Ennis Creek: Presentation set for Thursday

Strategies for saving what stewards of Ennis Creek call “our last, best chance of a salmon stream in Port Angeles” will be… Continue reading

Robbie Mantooth will lead a discussion following the screening of a John Gussman film, Ennis  A Creek Worth Saving  on Thursday.
Sudna Hazard's 'Floribunda' series in featured at the Port Townsend Gallery through the month of February.

Woodwork, floral paintings featured at Port Townsend Gallery

The Port Townsend Gallery’s featured artists for the month of February are Martha Collins and Susan Hazard. The gallery at 715 Water… Continue reading

Sudna Hazard's 'Floribunda' series in featured at the Port Townsend Gallery through the month of February.
"Rooster" is one of Fran Bodman's works that will be highlighted by the Port Ludlow Art League starting Monday.

Port Ludlow Art League highlights painter, jeweler

Shopping for Valentine’s Day planned

"Rooster" is one of Fran Bodman's works that will be highlighted by the Port Ludlow Art League starting Monday.

Firewise gardening topic of Green Thumb Garden talk

Jordan Van Delden will present “Creating Defensible Space Around the Home Through Firewise Gardening” at noon Thursday. The free lecture is part… Continue reading

Sugar subject of lecture sponsored by North Olympic Library System

Julia Harrison will present “Sticky Subject: The History and Culture of Sugar” at 6 p.m. Thursday. The lecture will stream on Zoom.… Continue reading

Sequim mayor to host Coffee with the Mayor on Thursday

William Armacost will host Coffee with the Mayor at 8 a.m. Thursday. The informal meeting will be broadcast on KSQM radio, 91.5 FM,… Continue reading

Port Townsend's Joe Euro will perform at a Candlelight Concert this week.
Port Townsend's Joe Euro will perform at a Candlelight Concert this week.
Susie and Larry Ormbrek of Sequim enjoy a sunny Tuesday to play a game of backgammon while eating lunch near the shore of Sequim Bay at John Wayne Marine in Sequim. The pair said they often try to take advantage of nice weather for outdoor dining. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Backgammon al fresco

Susie and Larry Ormbrek of Sequim enjoy a sunny day last week to play a game of backgammon while eating lunch near the shore of… Continue reading

Susie and Larry Ormbrek of Sequim enjoy a sunny Tuesday to play a game of backgammon while eating lunch near the shore of Sequim Bay at John Wayne Marine in Sequim. The pair said they often try to take advantage of nice weather for outdoor dining. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Poet Lauren Davis, also a bookseller and instructor at Imprint Books and the Writers' Workshoppe in Port Townsend, has published "The Missing Ones," a collection of poems about a woman who disappeared at Lake Crescent. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Love, loss and poetry at Lake Crescent

Port Townsend author transfixed by woman’s story

Poet Lauren Davis, also a bookseller and instructor at Imprint Books and the Writers' Workshoppe in Port Townsend, has published "The Missing Ones," a collection of poems about a woman who disappeared at Lake Crescent. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
"Fire Bell Tower" by Phillip Carrico is among the pieces chosen for the 14th Annual Collective Visions Gallery show in Bremerton. 
Mitchel Osborne’s “Split Screen” is an architectural study.
Margaret Woodcock’s “Roadside Composition” was inspired by a walk.

Port Townsend Art Gallery artists in CVG show

Artwork by three members of the Port Townsend Art Gallery was selected for the 14th Annual Collective Visions Gallery show which opened Saturday… Continue reading

"Fire Bell Tower" by Phillip Carrico is among the pieces chosen for the 14th Annual Collective Visions Gallery show in Bremerton. 
Mitchel Osborne’s “Split Screen” is an architectural study.
Margaret Woodcock’s “Roadside Composition” was inspired by a walk.
Kim Trenerry and Jason Mogi, who perform as Deadwood Revival, practice in their Port Angeles home on Thursday in preparation for a live-streamed concert for the Juan de Fuca Foundation's Winter Benefit on Saturday night. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Deadwood Revival to play in free live-streaming event

Saturday proceeds to go toward JFFA operating expenses

Kim Trenerry and Jason Mogi, who perform as Deadwood Revival, practice in their Port Angeles home on Thursday in preparation for a live-streamed concert for the Juan de Fuca Foundation's Winter Benefit on Saturday night. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles Fine Arts Center
Sarah Jane, gallery and program director for the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, conducts a   “curator’s-eye-view” tour  of Webster's Woods.

Saturday’s ArtBites to focus on light art

The rapidly expanding field of light art will be discussed during Saturday’s virtual ArtBites, which will feature several Port Angeles artists whose… Continue reading

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center
Sarah Jane, gallery and program director for the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, conducts a   “curator’s-eye-view” tour  of Webster's Woods.

Free Audubon lecture on Zoom tonight

Wildlife science professor to speak

Elin Kelsey, author of "Hope Matters," will discuss her science-based approach to hope amid the environmental crisis during an online program Thursday. Peninsula College will present Kelsey free of charge. (Photo courtesy of Agathe Bernard)
Elin Kelsey, author of "Hope Matters," will discuss her science-based approach to hope amid the environmental crisis during an online program Thursday. Peninsula College will present Kelsey free of charge. (Photo courtesy of Agathe Bernard)