Launch visit to space with library, museum program

The Hands On Children’s Museum will help children explore space next week. As part of the Summer Reading Program, the North Olympic Library System will… Continue reading

Permaculture focus of Green Thumb lecture

Veteran Master Gardener Muriel Nesbitt will present information on permaculture, a method for creating a naturally sustainable gardening environment, at noon Thursday.… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts announces 2019-20 season

Olympic Theatre Arts’ 2019-20 season will open in September with a continued spirit of collaboration in the community. “Season tickets are on sale… Continue reading

Mmm, blackberry pies highlight of Joyce Daze on Saturday

Sweet wild blackberries in freshly baked pies are always the highlight of the annual Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival, which will return for… Continue reading

‘Merry Wives of Windsor’ opens today at Chetzemoka Park

When you find out big John Falstaff is trying to simultaneously hustle you and your good friend, you could be horrified. You… Continue reading

Go yellow for Sequim’s August Art Walk

Today’s First Friday Art Walk will follow a yellow theme, the color of summer sun. First Friday Art Walk Sequim is a free… Continue reading

Blues, gospel shows fill Fort Worden

“A big part of American history plays out in our music,” Centrum Acoustic Blues Festival artistic director Jerron Paxton proclaimed at the… Continue reading

Coast Salish art, storytelling topic of lecture

Roger Fernandes, a member of the Lower Elwha tribe, will be the featured presenter at 7 tonight at the First Friday Lecture… Continue reading

Final shows for ‘Taming’ in Port Angeles

The final three performances of “The Taming of the Shrew,” this year’s Shakespeare in the Woods production, are this weekend. Lovers of… Continue reading

Free, outdoor concerts highlight area bands

Black Diamond Junction, Fat Chance and Joy in Mudville will perform at free outdoor concerts on the North Olympic Peninsula next week. Black Diamond Junction… Continue reading

Hadlock Block Party set for Saturday

Hadlock Block Party will celebrate Port Hadlock beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday. Vendors will be centered near Ferino’s Pizza and Hadlock Veterinary… Continue reading

Kayak Rendezvous set for Saturday, Sunday

Redfish Kayaks will host the 21st annual West Coast Wooden Kayak Rendezvous on Saturday and Sunday at the Port Townsend Marine Science… Continue reading

Legend of Shakti, Shiva to be performed

The Legend of Shakti and Shiva will be performed at the Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Doors will open… Continue reading

Painting, photography on Port Townsend Gallery Walk

Four painters from the faculty of Port Townsend School of the Arts will bring their recent exhibition from the Phyllis Lamphere Gallery… Continue reading

Poetry Jam invites all to Studio Bob tonight

Poetry about rage, triumph, reflections and road maps is wanted. Hate won’t be permitted. Those are the ground rules for an open… Continue reading

Port Townsend pair leads youth in weekend theater

Twelve young actors will take the stage this weekend at The Chameleon Theater in a new show, “When You Tell the Moon… Continue reading

Saturday reception to open surface design exhibit

Quilts, collages, art dolls and embroidery are among the 23 pieces in a two-month Surface Design Association exhibit opening Saturday at the… Continue reading

Silver Lake 66 to perform country music in Coyle

Maria Francis and Jeff Overbo of Silver Lake 66 will perform “the genuine sound of classic country” at Concerts in the Woods at… Continue reading

Blues travelers together

All week long at Fort Worden State Park, the people are playing, learning, dancing and jamming indoors and out. The Centrum foundation,… Continue reading

Fiber artists urged to enter work in juried exhibition

A call for fiber artists has been issued for an exhibit for the 14th annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival Exhibition at the… Continue reading