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Researcher to talk of Amazonian pink river dolphins, Salish Sea creatures

Researcher to talk of Amazonian pink river dolphins, Salish Sea creatures

Researcher and citizen scientist Dave Bonnett will present recent findings about Amazonian pink river dolphins at 3 p.m. Sunday. The free lecture… Continue reading

Researcher to talk of Amazonian pink river dolphins, Salish Sea creatures

Trail fundraiser, logging slideshow, children’s safety fair on Peninsula this weekend

An Olympic Discovery Trail fundraiser and a children’s safety fair are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the… Continue reading

Wearable art opens today at Jefferson Museum of Art History

Wearable art opens today at Jefferson Museum of Art History

An exhibition of past and present wearable art will open at the Jefferson Museum of Art &History today. It will be on… Continue reading

Wearable art opens today at Jefferson Museum of Art History

Car test-drive benefit, free guitar class, English country dance coming up on Peninsula

A car test-drive benefit, a free guitar class and an English country dance are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is… Continue reading

‘Things to Do in Sequim’ offers meet-greet of local organizations

The public is invited to attend a community-building event, “Things to Do in Sequim,” set from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at… Continue reading

CD release set at Rainshadow Recording Studio

CD release set at Rainshadow Recording Studio

National touring singer-songwriter Jack Williams will perform a CD release show for his new record, “Far Away, Long Ago,” at Rainshadow Recording… Continue reading

CD release set at Rainshadow Recording Studio
Centrum’s Port Townsend Ukulele Festival offers concert

Centrum’s Port Townsend Ukulele Festival offers concert

The seventh gathering of Centrum’s Port Townsend Ukulele Festival and Workshop drew some 137 performers for classes and musicmaking — and the… Continue reading

Centrum’s Port Townsend Ukulele Festival offers concert

Chimacum Creek Picnic to offer glimpse of salmon, other aspects of nature

Members of the public are invited to Jefferson County Land Trust’s Chimacum Creek Picnic on Saturday. The free, public, family-friendly event will… Continue reading

Dungeness River Festival offers exhibits, activities on one day only this year

Dungeness River Festival offers exhibits, activities on one day only this year

Organizers of the Dungeness River Festival will do it all in one day this year. The 18th edition of the festival will run… Continue reading

Dungeness River Festival offers exhibits, activities on one day only this year
Family Farm Day offers a one-stop farm tour

Family Farm Day offers a one-stop farm tour

For 20 years, the annual Clallam County Farm Tour has been a staple for Sequim residents to get better acquainted with local farms… Continue reading

Family Farm Day offers a one-stop farm tour
Girls’ Night Out to sparkle in Port Townsend this Thursday

Girls’ Night Out to sparkle in Port Townsend this Thursday

Thursday will bring sparkles, female camaraderie and downtown deals. Girls’ Night Out in downtown Port Townsend will begin with “Tiara Trot,” a… Continue reading

Girls’ Night Out to sparkle in Port Townsend this Thursday

Pancake breakfast to benefit Port Angeles Fire Department

Park View Villas will host a pancake breakfast fundraiser to benefit the Port Angeles Fire Department on Saturday. The breakfast will be… Continue reading

Parks to waive entrance fees Saturday

Day-use entrance fees will be waived Saturday at state parks and Olympic National Park in celebration of National Public Lands Day. Olympic National Park’s regular… Continue reading

Photographer to share tales, photos of Standing Rock

The Elwha Klallam Heritage Center will present “Three Days at Standing Rock” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The presentation will take place at… Continue reading

Pops Picnic concerts burst into life tonight and Saturday

The annual Pops &Picnic concert will celebrate music and community in Port Angeles tonight and in Sequim on Saturday night. These concerts… Continue reading

Preview of ‘Barber of Seville’ sings out Wednesday in Port Hadlock

Preview of ‘Barber of Seville’ sings out Wednesday in Port Hadlock

A preview of the Seattle Opera’s production of “The Barber of Seville” is planned at the Jefferson County Library at 6:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Preview of ‘Barber of Seville’ sings out Wednesday in Port Hadlock

Son to provide perspective of Ansel Adams at Old Alcohol Plant

Dinner, wine and a presentation Saturday revolve around the history of the Old Alcohol Plant and Ansel Adams’ legacy. His son, Michael… Continue reading

1 of a Kind unveils in The Landing mall

1 of a Kind unveils in The Landing mall

Mary Comeau had dreamed of owning a quaint coffee shop with her glass jewelry on display. She never thought she would own… Continue reading

1 of a Kind unveils in The Landing mall
Pops Picnic to open Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s 85th season

Pops Picnic to open Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s 85th season

Come and join the jubilee listen to the band swinging’ through the land everybody stand … when you sing with the zip and zing watch… Continue reading

Pops Picnic to open Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s 85th season
From left, Nancy Gooch, Mindy Gelder, Jessica Swenson, Debbie Bouquin and Cheryl Koenig will perform in “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain.” The show opens today at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse. (Kate Carter)

‘Five Tellers’ opens tonight in Port Angeles

Among the coffee cups and Moon Pies lie the secrets, dreams, anxieties and a whole lot of laughter in the bank break… Continue reading

From left, Nancy Gooch, Mindy Gelder, Jessica Swenson, Debbie Bouquin and Cheryl Koenig will perform in “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain.” The show opens today at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse. (Kate Carter)