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Jazz quartet in Port Townsend on Thursday

Jazz quartet in Port Townsend on Thursday

Jazz saxophone and flute master Mark Lewis will return to the Cellar Door with his Port Townsend quartet for a free concert… Continue reading

Jazz quartet in Port Townsend on Thursday

Park’s Perspectives series to begin Tuesday

Olympic National Park will begin its Perspectives Winter Speaker Series with a presentation on canopy research Tuesday. The free talks will be… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts to present O’Tannenbaum Affair

Olympic Theatre Arts has announced the third annual O’Tannenbaum Affair, its major fundraiser of the year. The two-day extravaganza at… Continue reading

Harvest Wine Tour features 10 wineries/cideries

Harvest Wine Tour features 10 wineries/cideries

Winter arrived earlier than expected on the North Olympic Peninsula, but this weekend backstops to savor the flavors of fall. Such bounty’s best enjoyed in… Continue reading

Harvest Wine Tour features 10 wineries/cideries

‘The Accidental Death of an Anarchist’ opens tonight

Port Townsend High School students will perform an Italian satire, “The Accidental Death of an Anarchist,” throughout November. The show opens tonight… Continue reading

Award-winning songwriter takes the stage today in Port Townsend

Award-winning songwriter takes the stage today in Port Townsend

Folk singer and award-winning songwriter Larry Murante will perform at Rainshadow Recording Studio tonight. Murante will take the stage in Building 315… Continue reading

Award-winning songwriter takes the stage today in Port Townsend

Brazilian duo, jazz saxophonist to perform in Port Townsend

Brazilian duo Amilton Godoy and Léa Freire and jazz saxophonist Harvey Wainapel will perform from 7:30 to 9:30 tonight at First Baptist… Continue reading

Grammy-winning Taj Mahal to perform in Port Angeles

The Juan de Fuca Foundation will bring two-time Grammy Award-winning bluesman Taj Mahal and his quartet to Port Angeles on Wednesday. The… Continue reading

Guest soloist, Sibelius, Shostakovich presented at Port Angeles Symphony concert

Guest soloist, Sibelius, Shostakovich presented at Port Angeles Symphony concert

Her performances are deeply felt; dazzling. She plays — without histrionics — in the tradition of the great soloists of history. That’s… Continue reading

Guest soloist, Sibelius, Shostakovich presented at Port Angeles Symphony concert

Pencil sketches of pilgrimage adorn walls of coffee shop

Walking through The Blackbird Coffeehouse in November is like walking through the Camino de Santiago in black and white. John Teichert’s pencil… Continue reading

Photography, sculpture, painting on display during Port Angeles Art Walk

Photography, sculpture, painting on display during Port Angeles Art Walk

On Saturday, Harbor Art will feature two photographers, vastly different in perspectives. Second Weekend Art Walkgoers will be treated to Richard Kohler’s… Continue reading

Photography, sculpture, painting on display during Port Angeles Art Walk

Quinault craft fair offers up works Saturday

The Winters Craft Fair & Bake Sale will offer up the fruits of North Olympic Peninsula artists and craftsmen Saturday. Held at… Continue reading

Sequim Christmas Chorus concert tickets on sale

Think it’s too early for Christmas cheer? Think again. Tickets are on sale for the Sequim Community Christmas Chorus, with performances set for… Continue reading

Shipley Center plans fiddle, accordion concert this weekend

Fiddle jamming and an accordion social will occupy Shipley Center on Saturday and Sunday. Washington Old Time Fiddlers Association members will meet and… Continue reading

Military, veterans saluted at Boys & Girls Club auction, dinner in Sequim

With a patriotic theme as a backdrop, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula invites the community to take part in… Continue reading

Two authors to present in Northwind series

On Thursday, the ongoing Northwind Reading Series features Gary Lemons and Bill Mawhinney. The readings start at 7 p.m. in the Northwind… Continue reading

Textiles and tales featured in First Friday Art Walk

Textiles and tales featured in First Friday Art Walk

Brown, the color of fall harvest and abundance, the turning of leaves and of spicy treats, takes the theme for the First Friday… Continue reading

Textiles and tales featured in First Friday Art Walk
Autumn colors to shine in Port Townsend Art Walk on Saturday

Autumn colors to shine in Port Townsend Art Walk on Saturday

Seeking adventure, Beverly McNeil moved to a remote village in Alaska in her 20s. There, she assumed the role of sole health… Continue reading

Autumn colors to shine in Port Townsend Art Walk on Saturday
Woodworkers bring a good turn to Port Townsend on Saturday, Sunday

Woodworkers bring a good turn to Port Townsend on Saturday, Sunday

Artisans will present a variety of wood-wrought items and arts at the 12th annual Port Townsend Woodworkers Show. They include furniture and… Continue reading

Woodworkers bring a good turn to Port Townsend on Saturday, Sunday
Forks 5K to benefit boy fighting leukemia

Forks 5K to benefit boy fighting leukemia

Orlando Oesacas, 8, said goodbye to home about three months ago as he set off to Seattle Children’s Hospital for leukemia treatment alongside… Continue reading

Forks 5K to benefit boy fighting leukemia