Entertainment

Harbor Art Gallery showcases two artists

Harbor Art Gallery is highlighting two artists this month: Nathan Shields and David Johannesson. Shields’ art is displayed in the main gallery… Continue reading

Port Townsend musician releases new single

Singer-songwriter Dave Hulegaard of Port Townsend will release his new single, Silver Stars, today, Friday, Aug. 14. When he performed live as… Continue reading

Colonial Festival adapts with living history camp

Organizers hope to restore battle reenactments in 2021

Olympic Peninsula Authors calling for Anthology writers

Olympic Peninsula Authors has issued a call for submissions for its 4th annual Anthology. The contest is for local authors who are now… Continue reading

Online journaling workshops planned for kids, adults

The North Olympic Library System will present “ReThink Journals for All Ages” online workshops this month. There will be a workshop for… Continue reading

NOLS moves monthly book discussion online

The North Olympic Library System has moved its monthly book discussion groups online. Participants must register at www.nols.org to receive the link… Continue reading

Port Gamble Maritime Music Festival goes online

2-hour event to be presented on Facebook

Toolbox building kits available for pickup, online instruction available

The North Olympic Library System invites kids aged 6 to 12 to build their own toolbox with an adult. Free kits, created… Continue reading

Veteran artists highlight Blue Whole Gallery’s August exhibit

Longtime North Olympic Peninsula artists Sally Cays and Jeannine Chappell are in the spotlight this August at Blue Whole Gallery. An opening for… Continue reading

Port Townsend artist, illustrator publishes children’s book

The world had gotten dark for this girl. She’d go out walking, stop by a fish pond and feed the fish every… Continue reading

NOLS offering book grab bags at all locations

The North Olympic Library System is now offering book grab bags for curbside pickup at all four of its branches. Participants can… Continue reading

Memories revived in ‘The Drive in ’65’

Sequim author’s memoir recounts cross-country journey

Lavender farmers say weekend was smaller but steady

Many farms to remain open for summer with restrictions in place

Arts nonprofits plan a blending of palettes

‘A time to do things differently’