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Olympic BirdFest offers flock of field trips this weekend

Birders will be out in force with their binoculars and cameras this weekend during the 14th annual Olympic Peninsula BirdFest. Centered at the… Continue reading

Dick Goin

Portrait of fish activist Dick Goin to be screened in Port Angeles

“The Memory of Fish,” a portrait of the late Dick Goin, will be screened at two locations at 7 p.m. Friday and… Continue reading

Dick Goin
‘An Enemy of the People’ begins Thursday

‘An Enemy of the People’ begins Thursday

Ego, fear and the public good clash on stage in Key City Public Theatre’s production of Henrik Ibsen’s classic “An Enemy of… Continue reading

‘An Enemy of the People’ begins Thursday
Noel Coward’s “Nude With Violin” is performed at the Port Ludlow Bay Club.

‘Nude with Violin’ to put on a show in Port Ludlow starting Thursday

It’s Paris in 1954, and world-renowned painter Paul Sorodin is dead. Mon dieu! Noel Coward’s satirical play “Nude with Violin” will be… Continue reading

Noel Coward’s “Nude With Violin” is performed at the Port Ludlow Bay Club.
Natural wonders fuel Community Chorus concerts

Natural wonders fuel Community Chorus concerts

The grandeur of nature and the national parks will be celebrated in song when the Community Chorus of Port Townsend and East Jefferson County presents… Continue reading

Natural wonders fuel Community Chorus concerts

Feiro Marine Life Center to bring sea creatures to libraries

Feiro Marine Life Center educators and live ocean creatures will visit libraries in Port Angeles, Sequim and Forks next week. The special family program is… Continue reading

Joe Shultz, left, Marti McAllister-Wolf, Brohm Dason Rich Hendricksen and Charlotte Carroll act out a scene from “Over the River and Through the Woods.” (Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Hapless lives of New Jersey family to stage in Sequim

When young New Jersey native Nick Cristano is offered his dream job in Seattle, his old-fashioned… Continue reading

Joe Shultz, left, Marti McAllister-Wolf, Brohm Dason Rich Hendricksen and Charlotte Carroll act out a scene from “Over the River and Through the Woods.” (Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Lonnie Archibald

History Tales to feature author Lonnie Archibald

Author Lonnie Archibald will talk about his new book, “Old Trucks and Gear Jammers,” at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales… Continue reading

Lonnie Archibald
Monologues to be voiced at Port Angeles’ Studio Bob

Monologues to be voiced at Port Angeles’ Studio Bob

The second weekend of “I Never Told Anyone (But I’m Going to Tell You)” will be performed tonight and Saturday at Studio… Continue reading

Monologues to be voiced at Port Angeles’ Studio Bob
Phina Pipia, left, and Rachel Campanoli rehearse an original dance piece that will be performed Saturday night at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend. (Ray Ketcham)

Original dance piece to debut in Port Townsend on Saturday

“Expect to be surprised, smile and laugh,” said Phina Pipia about her original dance piece, debuting Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The performance… Continue reading

Phina Pipia, left, and Rachel Campanoli rehearse an original dance piece that will be performed Saturday night at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend. (Ray Ketcham)
For Port Townsend’s April Gallery Walk, “Pat and Peter Simpson: Collectors and Patrons” will be exhibited at the Jefferson Museum of Art & History. Angie Bartlett of Port Townsend is shown admiring work by Stephen Yates and Anne Hirondelle.

Paintings, prints, woodwork, exhibit set for Port Townsend Gallery Walk

The Port Townsend Gallery Walk returns this Saturday. The Gallery Walk, lasting from 5:30 p.m. until about 8 p.m., encompasses several downtown… Continue reading

For Port Townsend’s April Gallery Walk, “Pat and Peter Simpson: Collectors and Patrons” will be exhibited at the Jefferson Museum of Art & History. Angie Bartlett of Port Townsend is shown admiring work by Stephen Yates and Anne Hirondelle.
Quileute to welcome whales today in La Push

Quileute to welcome whales today in La Push

The Quileute tribe will honor the gray whales as they return to the Pacific Northwest during the 10th annual Welcoming of the… Continue reading

Quileute to welcome whales today in La Push
Sculptor uses clay for ‘Crafty Objects’ in Peninsula College display

Sculptor uses clay for ‘Crafty Objects’ in Peninsula College display

The PUB Gallery of Art at Peninsula College will present “trompe l’oeil with a twist” with “Crafty Objects,” a solo exhibition by… Continue reading

Sculptor uses clay for ‘Crafty Objects’ in Peninsula College display

Tales of meteorites, canoe journeys among weekend’s attractions

A lecture on meteorites, stories of Native American canoe journeys and a Celtic music jam are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information… Continue reading

Woodland West plays against bluegrass norms in Coyle

Woodland West, a five-member bluegrass/country/zydeco/rock band, will perform in the ongoing Concerts in the Woods series at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Admission will be… Continue reading

Young Irelanders to perform traditional music, dance on Saturday

Young Irelanders to perform traditional music, dance on Saturday

The Young Irelanders will perform traditional Irish music and dance at the Performing Arts Center at Port Angeles High School on Saturday.… Continue reading

Young Irelanders to perform traditional music, dance on Saturday
‘Sleeping Beauty’ ballet graces Port Angeles this weekend

‘Sleeping Beauty’ ballet graces Port Angeles this weekend

Ballet Workshop will premiere a brand-new full-length production of “Sleeping Beauty,” presented by the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts, on… Continue reading

‘Sleeping Beauty’ ballet graces Port Angeles this weekend

Battle of the Books tonight in Port Angeles

Twelve teams of Clallam County fourth-graders will do battle in a competition that wraps up a yearlong collaborative effort at 6:30 tonight.… Continue reading

Community Read author in town for ‘Before the Wind’

Olympia author Jim Lynch will give a talk and read from his book “Before the Wind” on Monday to wrap up the… Continue reading

Dancing, birding and sailing in the week ahead

A community dance, a birding field trip to Fort Flagler and sailing on the Adventuress are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information… Continue reading