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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

Sounds and food of Mexico on the menu tonight in Port Angeles

Sugar skulls. Pan de muerto. Mexican folk tales. Pumpkin flan. Mexican marigold crowns. The sights and sounds of Dia de los Muertos… Continue reading

Caldecott artist to present all-ages art workshop

Caldecott artist to present all-ages art workshop

Nationally renowned artist and 2017 Caldecott Medalist Javaka Steptoe will offer an all-ages art workshop at the Port Angeles Library at 6:30… Continue reading

Caldecott artist to present all-ages art workshop

Christian works focus of church book fair in Sequim on Saturday

Seventeen authors from Clallam and Jefferson counties will join forces Saturday to meet the public, show their wares and autograph books. The fair,… Continue reading

Forks event to feature one more bite at Halloween

Didn’t get enough Halloween? Fear not: Forks will bring back the spook to the Rainforest Arts Center, 35 N. Forks Ave., on Saturday… Continue reading

Grange stories focus of History Tales on Sunday

Longtime resident and grange member Robert “Bob” Clark will talk about the history of granges at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History… Continue reading

The Christmas Bizarre season is upon us now. Seven organizations have their bizarres this first weekend in November. Pictured here is preparation for the bizarre at the First Baptist Church in 2016. Kim Luker (l) and Robin Sweeney look over the many jars of handmade jams and jellies especially made for the public sale. dlogan

Handmade items, food featured at holiday bazaars

With just seven weeks left to finish holiday shopping, a variety of North Olympic Peninsula bazaars and fairs offers everything from stockingstuffers to larger gifts.… Continue reading

The Christmas Bizarre season is upon us now. Seven organizations have their bizarres this first weekend in November. Pictured here is preparation for the bizarre at the First Baptist Church in 2016. Kim Luker (l) and Robin Sweeney look over the many jars of handmade jams and jellies especially made for the public sale. dlogan

Olympic Theatre Arts schedules auditions for upcoming shows

Olympic Theatre Arts has announced auditions for three upcoming productions playing early in 2018. Directors Britni Alleman-DeLorenzi and Josh Sutcliffe host auditions for… Continue reading

Rain City Ramblers head to Coyle stage

An acoustic trio, the Rain City Ramblers, will take the stage in the latest installment of the Concerts in the Woods series. The… Continue reading

Five Star Brass, a brass quintet of the Navy Band Northwest, joins the Sequim City Band at its first indoor concert of the 2017-18 season.

Sequim City Band to host Navy brass quintet

The Sequim City Band will host Five Star Brass, a brass quintet of the Navy Band Northwest, at its first indoor concert… Continue reading

Five Star Brass, a brass quintet of the Navy Band Northwest, joins the Sequim City Band at its first indoor concert of the 2017-18 season.

Sequim session offered for beginner birders Saturday

Guest speaker and birding veteran Denny Van Horn will talk about “Becoming a Birder” at the next Backyard Birding meeting, set from 10… Continue reading