Entertainment

Farewell exhibit highlights Janda at the Blue Whole Gallery

Carol Janda, who has exhibited at the Blue Whole Gallery for 19 years, is moving and the gallery is hosting a special display… Continue reading

Last dance Tuesday with Cat’s Meow Swingtet

The Cat’s Meow Swingtet, a band that has performed under various names since at least 1970, will have its last dance on… Continue reading

Holiday entertainment abounds on Peninsula

PA Panto, Big Brass Yule Ball and other entertainment are lined up on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. • PA Panto’s “Ethel Mermaid &… Continue reading

Charlie Brown Christmas performed at Field Hall

The Jose ‘Juicy’ Gonzales Trio: Linus and Juicy will present Vince Guaraldi’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas” in two performances on Saturday at… Continue reading

Fire District 2 joins Port Angeles Operation Candy Cane

Clallam 2 Fire-Rescue will join in the Operation Candy Cane food drive on Friday and Saturday. Santa, his firefighter helpers and a… Continue reading

Tickets on sale for early screening at Deer Park

Deer Park Cinema in Port Angeles is selling tickets now for an early access showing of “The Boys in the Boat” at… Continue reading

Holiday bazaars set for weekend

The Friends of the Port Angeles Library will conduct… Continue reading

Olympic Express Big Band to play at Big Brass Yule Ball

Olympic Express Big Band, Father Christmas and Krampus will play Saturday at the Big Brass Yule Ball. The event, sponsored by The… Continue reading

Trinity musicians to perform at Candlelight Concert series

The musicians of Trinity United Methodist Church will present a Christmas Concert at 7 p.m. Thursday. The free in-person concert at 609… Continue reading

Wild Rose Chorale to host winter concert Friday

Concertgoers will hear some favorite holiday melodies on the Wild Rose Chorale’s winter program Friday, and the group’s signature twists should get… Continue reading

Renowned musician to perform Bach on pipe organ

Balint Karosi will perform a recital of pipe organ music by J.S. Bach at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.… Continue reading

Swedish potluck set for Tuesday

The Port Townsend Swedish holiday potluck is set for 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday. The celebration of Scandinavian heritage is in… Continue reading

Bremerton skaters to perform in Port Angeles on Sunday

Two skaters from the Bremerton Figure Skaters club will perform at the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village on Sunday. The skaters will… Continue reading

Museum presents holiday cheer

The Jefferson County Historical Society is presenting a Holiday Extravaganza at the Jefferson Museum of Art & History today. The free show… Continue reading

Festivals, plays, concerts on Peninsula this weekend

Holiday festivals, plays and music will be offered this weekend on the Peninsula. • Wintertide Festival of Lights is planned at the Port Angeles Fine… Continue reading

Holiday bazaars offer gift shopping

The Sequim Guild of Seattle Children’s will host the Christmas… Continue reading

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Tyler Gage and Adam DeFilippo decorate the 1956 Seagrave fire engine in 2022.

Operation Candy Cane begins Saturday

Operation Candy Cane 2023 begins Saturday and will continue through Dec. 14. Port Angeles Professional Firefighters Local 656 Volunteer firefighters, along with… Continue reading

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Tyler Gage and Adam DeFilippo decorate the 1956 Seagrave fire engine in 2022.
Emily McAlily, in the part of Chandon, left, toys with the wig of Steve Methner, playing the role of King Triton, prior to a Tuesday rehearsal of the PA Panto production of Ethel Mermaid and the Varying Degrees of Evil, which starts this weekend at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Now divorced from prince, mermaid wants to go home

PA Panto show to be performed over two weekends

Emily McAlily, in the part of Chandon, left, toys with the wig of Steve Methner, playing the role of King Triton, prior to a Tuesday rehearsal of the PA Panto production of Ethel Mermaid and the Varying Degrees of Evil, which starts this weekend at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Christmas shows staged at Key City Public Theatre

Key City Public Theatre is presenting two performances showcasing the work of Charles Dickens. “What the Dickens?!,” written by Doug Given with… Continue reading