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Pride picnic, parade planned this weekend

Local CSA farm “SisterLand Farms” is joining forces with Out Loud Story Slam, B and B Lavender Farm, Esoterica Shop and the… Continue reading

“Salish Sea IV,” by Deborah Harrison, is among the works of art to be seen in SEQUIMAGES.

Blue Whole Gallery celebrates anniversary

First Friday Art Walk to showcase many special events this week

“Salish Sea IV,” by Deborah Harrison, is among the works of art to be seen in SEQUIMAGES.
Tricksters played by Mia Buhrer and Matilda Woodbury watch the dragons played by Emma Abken and Bekah Abken eat specially prepared tacos. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Olympic Peninsula Academy plans special fairy tale double-header

Students at Olympic Peninsula Academy will perform two plays at Sequim High School auditorium on Friday and Saturday. Students in grades 1-5 will… Continue reading

  • Jun 2, 2022
  • By Emily Matthiessen Olympic Peninsula News Group
  • Clallam County
Tricksters played by Mia Buhrer and Matilda Woodbury watch the dragons played by Emma Abken and Bekah Abken eat specially prepared tacos. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Women’s carving on display at Old Alcohol Plant Inn

The Northwest Stone Sculpture Association will host a Women’s Carving Event from Friday through Sunday at the Old Alcohol Plant Inn. The… Continue reading

‘Evolving Body Metaphors’ eclectic show starts Thursday

“Evolving Body Metaphors,” a show combining painting, sculpture and words, will begin Thursday. The show at the Cotton Building at 607 Water… Continue reading

Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra offers special guitarist, composer

The Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Tigran Arakelyan, will present a chamber music concert at 6 p.m. Friday.… Continue reading

David Brownell, executive director of the North Olympic History Center, will speak at the Peninsula College Studium Generale on Thursday.

Studium to focus on new digital access to history center data

The North Olympic History Center is reaching for the cloud. David Brownell, executive director of the North Olympic History Center (NOHC), will… Continue reading

David Brownell, executive director of the North Olympic History Center, will speak at the Peninsula College Studium Generale on Thursday.
Conductor and Music Director Jonathan Pasternack bows to the audience after the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra's return to the stage this past season. photo courtesy Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra

Port Angeles Symphony wraps season, looks ahead

Thirteen concerts planned next season

Conductor and Music Director Jonathan Pasternack bows to the audience after the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra's return to the stage this past season. photo courtesy Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra
The indie folk duo The Black Feathers, Sian Chandler and Ray Hughes, who base themselves in Gloucestershire in the United Kingdom, perform on Saturday at Vern Burton Community Center during the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Juan de Fuca Festival a community revival

Attendees enjoy arts, crafts, music

The indie folk duo The Black Feathers, Sian Chandler and Ray Hughes, who base themselves in Gloucestershire in the United Kingdom, perform on Saturday at Vern Burton Community Center during the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Forks Sasquatch Days this weekend

The First Annual Forks Sasquatch Days begins today and continues Sunday. Activities will begin at 9 a.m. each day at the Forks Rainforest… Continue reading

Lance Snider creates art filled with little people.

Harbor Art Gallery showcases Lance, Haley Snider

The work of Lance and Haley Snider of Port Angeles get the spotlight at Harbor Art Gallery thorough June. Harbor Art Gallery… Continue reading

Lance Snider creates art filled with little people.
"Run with the Wind" by Jeanne Joseph is one of many paintings depicting Summer Delights at the Bay Club.

Paintings and jewelry on display in June

The Port Ludlow Art League is highlighting the work of artist Ann Arscott and jeweler Li Ding-Salopek during the month of June.… Continue reading

"Run with the Wind" by Jeanne Joseph is one of many paintings depicting Summer Delights at the Bay Club.

Spot shrimp, entertainment abound at Brinnon ShrimpFest

Food, live music, beer/wine garden among attractions

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Alana Black, center, and her daughter, Sophia Strickland, 14, left, operate their Skokomish Valley-based Olympic Mountain Ice Cream tent while 5-year-old Evelyn Bonebreak of Port Angeles enjoys a cone on Friday at the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts in Port Angeles.

Sweet treats greet visitors to Juan de Fuca Festival

Music, vendors, programs engage all the senses

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Alana Black, center, and her daughter, Sophia Strickland, 14, left, operate their Skokomish Valley-based Olympic Mountain Ice Cream tent while 5-year-old Evelyn Bonebreak of Port Angeles enjoys a cone on Friday at the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts in Port Angeles.
Jeffrey Cohan

Final Salish Sea Early Music Fest on Sunday

The final 2022 Salish Sea Early Music Festival will feature two profound 18th century orchestral works at 2 p.m. Sunday, said Jeffrey… Continue reading

Jeffrey Cohan
Kaitlin Harrigan of Port Angeles assembles a display of native art by students from Dry Creek School on Thursday that will adorn the atrium at Vern Burton Community Center during this weekend’s Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Juan de Fuca Festival aims to appeal to young and old

Events begin today

Kaitlin Harrigan of Port Angeles assembles a display of native art by students from Dry Creek School on Thursday that will adorn the atrium at Vern Burton Community Center during this weekend’s Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Weekend offers many types of entertainment

Music, dance and drama are among the weekend’s entertainment on the North Olympic Peninsula. The three-day Juan de Fuca Festival begins today with live music,… Continue reading

Kaylee R. Klebanow, seated, playing Miranda, looks up at Brianna Palenik, playing Prospera, during rehearsals of 'The Tempest.'

‘The Tempest’ opening night Friday

Opening night of the Olympic Peninsula HomeConnection’s production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” will be Friday. Shows will be at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Kaylee R. Klebanow, seated, playing Miranda, looks up at Brianna Palenik, playing Prospera, during rehearsals of 'The Tempest.'
Ballet Victoria’s dancers will return to the Elks Naval Lodge ballroom, one of four stages in this weekend’s Juan de Fuca Festival in Port Angeles. (Diane Urbani de la Paz)

Juan de Fuca Festival makes its return to Peninsula

Three days of live performances and art begin Friday

Ballet Victoria’s dancers will return to the Elks Naval Lodge ballroom, one of four stages in this weekend’s Juan de Fuca Festival in Port Angeles. (Diane Urbani de la Paz)