Entertainment

Hot blues in the summertime

Centrum’s Acoustic Blues Festival hosts concerts for all ages in multiple venues at Fort Worden State Park, 200 Battery Way. Tickets, packages… Continue reading

August Woodcock Walkabout is All About Pollinators

The Woodcock Garden is full of color as it welcomes the pollinators of summer. At 10 a.m. Thursday, Master Gardener Valarie Bowers will… Continue reading

Variety of music to be heard at free outdoor concerts

Bossa nova, Americana, blues, country and soul will be highlighted at free outdoor concerts on the North Olympic Peninsula next week. Max Hatt & Edda… Continue reading

Camaraderie Cellars picnic has jazz, classics, dessert

Live music, a picnic supper made for the occasion, Rhapsody in Red wine: They’re ingredients for the 10th annual Evening at Camaraderie… Continue reading

Calm Waters fundraiser, Genealogical Society open house, planetarium among attractions on Peninsula

A Calm Waters fundraiser, a Genealogical Society open house and planetarium programs are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is… Continue reading

‘Mamma Mia!’ begins three week run in Sequim

ABBA hits like ‘Super Trouper’ and ‘Dancing Queen’ featured

Port Townsend jazz festival takes off

In one second of silence, the lights dim and the theater goes dusky. Then the jazz plane takes off. As it rises,… Continue reading

Dogs dance, do tricks compete this weekend

Dancing dogs, dogs doing tricks and a puppy show are planned at the 23rd annual Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club dog shows this weekend… Continue reading

Art Blast! kicks off new exhibit with artists, music

Live music and art will entertain during the reception for the Port Angeles Library’s new Art in the Library exhibit tonight. The… Continue reading

Day of Play to be celebrated all over Port Angeles

The Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department will celebrate National Parks and Recreation Month with a “Day of Play” at a variety… Continue reading

Fingerstyle guitar champ to perform at two Peninsula venues

National fingerstick guitar champion Richard Smith will perform in Port Angeles and Port Townsend this weekend. Studio Bob will host Smith in concert at 7… Continue reading

Guild’s annual garage, plant sale to help Seattle Children’s Hospital

The 12th annual Garage & Plant Sale sponsored by the Sequim Guild of Seattle Children’s Hospital is set for 8 a.m. to 3… Continue reading

Libraries to host ventriloquist

Ventriloquist Vikki Gasko Green will perform her Out of This World Ventriloquist Show at three Clallam County public libraries as part of the North Olympic… Continue reading

Pipia Sisters to offer tubas, laughter and song

The Pipia Sisters will entertain with two concerts of original music at Better Living Through Coffee at 7 tonight and Saturday. The… Continue reading

Taming of the Shrew at Webster’s Wood this weekend

“The Taming of the Shrew,” Shakespeare’s comedy of love in a changing society, is now playing on the newly built stage in… Continue reading

Tickets on sale today for film highlighting Port Townsend bowmakers

Tickets to a documentary on the “Port Townsend five” go on sale at 2:30 p.m. today. The men who range in age… Continue reading

Film documents bowmakers from Port Townsend to Brazil

Tickets for Friedman, Serrill movie go on sale Friday

Jazz Port Townsend begins tonight

Centrum’s Jazz Port Townsend festival starts tonight with Jazz in the Clubs, an assemblage of shows at Fort Worden State Park, 200… Continue reading

Water features, ponds focus of garden talk

Roadhouse Nursery owner Jan Bahr will present information about water features, water gardens and fishponds at noon Thursday. The hour-long lecture, “Think… Continue reading

BLOCK Fest comes to Sequim on Thursday

The Parenting Matters Foundation, First Teacher Program and the North Olympic Library System will offer BLOCK Fest at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The research-based… Continue reading