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Port Townsend jazz concert looks to benefit Social Justice Camp for teens

Jazz singer Carla Main will share her singing talents in a concert at 7 p.m. Sunday in the Port Townsend Friends Meetinghouse.… Continue reading

Story of Destruction Island lighthouse keeper lures writers

The image of May Macleod Pitt and her family working as isolated lighthouse keepers on Destruction Island captivated them. So Glynda Peterson… Continue reading

Sequim’s First Friday Art Walk gets the blues

Sequim’s First Friday Art Walk gets the blues

Treat yourself to an expanse of blue art tonight at Sequim’s First Friday Art Walk. “Blue is inspiring and imaginative like a night… Continue reading

Sequim’s First Friday Art Walk gets the blues

Registration open for annual Womanfest retreat

Registration is now open for Womanfest’s fall retreat, set for Sept. 22-24. The retreat, held annually for more than 30 years at… Continue reading

Applications accepted now for fiber art exhibit

Calling all fiber artists: Applications are now being accepted for a fiber art exhibition coming to Port Angeles in September. The non-juried… Continue reading

Bask in the outdoors with free summer concerts

Sequim and Port Townsend will offer the last of their outdoor summer concerts this week, while Port Angeles will feature violin virtuoso Geoffrey Castle as… Continue reading

Plein air artists compete in painting the Peninsula

Plein air artists compete in painting the Peninsula

You may have stumbled across a picturesque scene on the North Olympic Peninsula and thought to yourself, “This should be framed.” Last… Continue reading

Plein air artists compete in painting the Peninsula
Ajax String Quartet goes rustic for Concerts in the Barn this weekend

Ajax String Quartet goes rustic for Concerts in the Barn this weekend

The Ajax String Quartet will perform culturally charged anthems and music with a “visceral rustic edge” during the third weekend of the 2017… Continue reading

Ajax String Quartet goes rustic for Concerts in the Barn this weekend

Brinnon writer’s essay on grieving in ‘Kaleidoscope’ issue

“If I wasn’t going to take medication, Sarah suggested a bereavement support group. The hospital hosted one, a long distance from my home… Continue reading

FarmStrong to throw bash for its new CD this Saturday

FarmStrong to throw bash for its new CD this Saturday

For bluegrass/Americana band FarmStrong, it’s not so much about swaggering instrumental arrangements or guitar picking techniques. “It’s about reaching people with song,” band… Continue reading

FarmStrong to throw bash for its new CD this Saturday

Fourth Fridays readings showcased tonight in Sequim

Writers on the Spit will host open mic readings this evening, showcasing the poetry, “short-short” stories and memoir excerpts of local wordsmiths. Free… Continue reading

Hot Thunder Cruise-In gears up for Forks visit

Live music, vendors, food and a beer garden will accompany the Hot Thunder Cruise-In at the Rainforest Arts Center on Saturday. The cruise-in… Continue reading

Olympic Music Festival presents popular GardenMusic

Olympic Music Festival presents popular GardenMusic

Classical meets jazz, Latin and blues in original arrangements by GardenMusic, a collective of musicians “back by popular demand” this weekend at… Continue reading

Olympic Music Festival presents popular GardenMusic

Port Townsend studio tours this weekend offer glimpse into artists’ lives

There’s something to be said about an artist’s workspace. The musings that never saw a gallery. The utensils scattered about or neatly… Continue reading

SAMFest, formerly BoomFest, offers music, other arts this weekend

More workshops and art performances, plus a new name, distinguish this four-day music and art festival from years past. The annual BoomFest… Continue reading

Simon Lynge to perform in Port Townsend today

Port Townsend resident and pop songwriter and guitarist Simon Lynge will perform a concert at the Northwind Arts Center today at 7… Continue reading

Rides, shows, food, music enliven Clallam County Fair

Rides, shows, food, music enliven Clallam County Fair

Familiar fun and new offerings continue at the Clallam County Fair today through Sunday night. For the 98th year, locals can experience… Continue reading

Rides, shows, food, music enliven Clallam County Fair
Rivers to lift voice at Coyle’s Concert in the Woods this Saturday

Rivers to lift voice at Coyle’s Concert in the Woods this Saturday

Michael Stephen Rivers, a musician from Port Angeles, will perform at Saturday’s Concert in the Woods. The all-ages concert, by donation, begins at… Continue reading

Rivers to lift voice at Coyle’s Concert in the Woods this Saturday
Uptown Street Fair to feature ‘grandly local’ parade, arts, crafts, music

Uptown Street Fair to feature ‘grandly local’ parade, arts, crafts, music

The 27th annual Uptown Street Fair will feature a “grandly local” parade, an arts and crafts fair, and seven musical acts —… Continue reading

Uptown Street Fair to feature ‘grandly local’ parade, arts, crafts, music
Paint the Peninsula festival to open Monday

Paint the Peninsula festival to open Monday

Just standing in the summer sunlight is a gift. There’s more: the fragrance of fir trees, the song of the birds, the… Continue reading

Paint the Peninsula festival to open Monday