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Cindy Elstrom is the featured artist at the Harbor Art Gallery for November and December.

Elstrom’s ceramic featured at Harbor Art

Harbor Art Gallery will feature Cindy Elstrom’s ceramics and textiles for the months of November and December. The gallery at 114 N.… Continue reading

Cindy Elstrom is the featured artist at the Harbor Art Gallery for November and December.
Martha Collins laminated wood pieces are featured in November at the Port Townsend Gallery.
Martha Collins laminated wood pieces are featured in November at the Port Townsend Gallery.
'Reflections' by Janet Gruber is on display this month.

Port Ludlow artists in the spotlight

Artist of the Month, Jeweler of the Month named

'Reflections' by Janet Gruber is on display this month.
Centrum's Michelle Hagewood, left, and Robert Birman are collaborating with Madrona MindBody Institute co-owner Renee Klein, center, to expand use of the Madrona building at Fort Worden State Park. photo Diane Urbani de la Paz

Centrum to stretch out at Madrona MindBody Institute

Pandemic pushes change for arts organizations at Fort Worden

Centrum's Michelle Hagewood, left, and Robert Birman are collaborating with Madrona MindBody Institute co-owner Renee Klein, center, to expand use of the Madrona building at Fort Worden State Park. photo Diane Urbani de la Paz

Free Zoom salon on ‘the art of suspense’

Writer Adrianne Harun of Port Townsend will discuss the art of suspense in a free online event today, Thursday, Oct. 29. A… Continue reading

Online book discussion on ‘The Genius of Birds’ planned

Robert Phreaner will lead discussion

Cellist Traci Winters Tyson of the Port Angeles Symphony will perform in a special concert in early November. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)

Symphony comes together to prepare for concert

Musical nuance important for ensemble

Cellist Traci Winters Tyson of the Port Angeles Symphony will perform in a special concert in early November. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)
Alec Naddy, 6, left, and his brother, Porter Nady, 9, both of Bothell, create tissue paper marigolds on Saturday at the Port Angeles Farmers Market. The flowers will become part of a Día de los Muertos ofrenda, a display of mementos honoring deceased loved ones for the Day of the Dead, which will be set up at The Wharf mall next week. The craft event is co-sponsored by the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts and North Olympic Library System. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Marigold-making begins for community art project

Bright tissue paper symbolizes flowers that guide spirits

Alec Naddy, 6, left, and his brother, Porter Nady, 9, both of Bothell, create tissue paper marigolds on Saturday at the Port Angeles Farmers Market. The flowers will become part of a Día de los Muertos ofrenda, a display of mementos honoring deceased loved ones for the Day of the Dead, which will be set up at The Wharf mall next week. The craft event is co-sponsored by the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts and North Olympic Library System. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Happy ghosts hopping out of a cast of pumpkins smile at you from an open lot at 12th and “C” Street in west Port Angeles. They make for a fun yet scary Halloween come this Saturday.
Happy ghosts hopping out of a cast of pumpkins smile at you from an open lot at 12th and “C” Street in west Port Angeles. They make for a fun yet scary Halloween come this Saturday.

Marigold-making kits for ofrendas available Saturday

Market Art activity set at the Port Angeles Farmers Market

Austen Thomas

Olympic Natural Resource Center talk focuses on eDNA research

Evening presentation a continuation of first 2020 Wild Steelhead Review

Austen Thomas

Screenings of film about tribal fishing rights begin

“Usual and Accustomed Places” streaming over Zoom platform

Vern Frykholm, a mainstay at the Northwest Colonial Festival, is pictured portraying George Washington at an earlier event, will be the featured speaker Saturday at The George Washington Inn, talking with local youths in grades 1-3.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Vern Frykholm, a mainstay at the Northwest Colonial Festival, is pictured portraying George Washington at an earlier event, will be the featured speaker Saturday at The George Washington Inn, talking with local youths in grades 1-3.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

NOLS holds online author talk; registration required

Angela Dominguez to discuss her career as writer, illustrator

This photo from Amy McIntyre's “Pandemic Sundays” series has been chosen by the Library of Congress for its “COVID-19: American Experiences” gallery. “What school will look like in the fall is up in the air,” she wrote last June. (Amy McIntyre)

Peninsula artist selected for ‘American Experiences’ gallery

Library of Congress chooses photo for permanent collection

This photo from Amy McIntyre's “Pandemic Sundays” series has been chosen by the Library of Congress for its “COVID-19: American Experiences” gallery. “What school will look like in the fall is up in the air,” she wrote last June. (Amy McIntyre)
Harmonica man Bob Beach, left, will have a cross-country musical conversation with David Jacobs-Strain on Friday. The duo, seen here at the 2015 Juan de Fuca Festival in Port Angeles, will do a free online concert. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)

Blues, rock ‘In Your Living Room’

Juan de Fuca Foundation to host online concert

Harmonica man Bob Beach, left, will have a cross-country musical conversation with David Jacobs-Strain on Friday. The duo, seen here at the 2015 Juan de Fuca Festival in Port Angeles, will do a free online concert. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)
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Sequim poet weaves personal place with ‘Terrain’

Hietpas’ debut collection inspired by pain, perseverance

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