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"You'll Never Believe What Happened Today," is by Rose Simon, the Port Ludlow Art League's Artist of the Month.

Port Ludlow Art League features artist, jeweler

Port Ludlow Art League’s Artist of the Month is Rose Simon and its Jeweler of the Month is Mara Mauch. The work… Continue reading

"You'll Never Believe What Happened Today," is by Rose Simon, the Port Ludlow Art League's Artist of the Month.
Ship shape 

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Port Townsend’s Jim Brennan applies a coat of paint to a section of his 32-foot Grand Banks trawler while he has it up on stands at the Port Townsend Boat Haven on Saturday. “There is always something to do on a boat,” he said.

Ship shape

Port Townsend’s Jim Brennan applies a coat of paint to a section of his 32-foot Grand Banks trawler while he has it up on stands… Continue reading

Ship shape 

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend’s Jim Brennan applies a coat of paint to a section of his 32-foot Grand Banks trawler while he has it up on stands at the Port Townsend Boat Haven on Saturday. “There is always something to do on a boat,” he said.

Storytime with Paige set Tuesdays

The Port Townsend Public Library will host Storytime with Paige at 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays in March. Storytime will stream online until the… Continue reading

Projections of images are used in “Baskerville,” the Sherlock Holmes mystery opening tonight at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse. Among the players are Rick Mischke as Henry Baskerville, left, Peter Stone as Dr. Watson and Jessica Baskaran as Miss Beryl Stapleton. (Marissa Meek)
Projections of images are used in “Baskerville,” the Sherlock Holmes mystery opening tonight at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse. Among the players are Rick Mischke as Henry Baskerville, left, Peter Stone as Dr. Watson and Jessica Baskaran as Miss Beryl Stapleton. (Marissa Meek)
Jean Lenke is one of three vocalists to appear in Thursday’s “All Women — All Jazz” Candlelight Concert this Thursday. The live performance will be for an in-person audience as well as presented online and on KPTZ-FM 91.9.

Candlelight Concert in person, online, on radio

‘All Women, All Jazz’ described as a ‘big, small band’

Jean Lenke is one of three vocalists to appear in Thursday’s “All Women — All Jazz” Candlelight Concert this Thursday. The live performance will be for an in-person audience as well as presented online and on KPTZ-FM 91.9.

Indigenous views of London explored in Studium program

The experiences of indigenous travelers to London — both willing and unwilling visitors — will be discussed during a Studium Generale presentation… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts offers pay-what-you-can performance

A pay-what-you-can performance of “Angel Street (Gaslight),” the thriller now playing at Olympic Theatre Arts (OTA), is set for tonight at 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Featured soloist Pamela Roberts will play Astor Piazzolla’s Grand Tango with the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra this weekend. The dress rehearsal Friday evening and concert Sunday afternoon are free to the public, while reservations are necessary for Sunday. (Howard Gilbert)

Port Townsend cellist ready to speak jazz

Symphony Orchestra performs this weekend

Featured soloist Pamela Roberts will play Astor Piazzolla’s Grand Tango with the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra this weekend. The dress rehearsal Friday evening and concert Sunday afternoon are free to the public, while reservations are necessary for Sunday. (Howard Gilbert)
The Blues Is a Woman ensemble — including, from left, Pamela Rose, Pat Wilder, Kristen Strom and Daria “Shani” Johnson — brings its theatrical show to the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center this Saturday. (Blues Is a Woman)

Women and the blues on stage this weekend

Pandemic forces a long wait for theatrical concert

The Blues Is a Woman ensemble — including, from left, Pamela Rose, Pat Wilder, Kristen Strom and Daria “Shani” Johnson — brings its theatrical show to the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center this Saturday. (Blues Is a Woman)
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Brigitte Schlemmer and Suzanne Horne hang the first pieces for “Art All Over — The Art Show Without Walls,” this past weekend at Carrie Blake City Park.

‘Art All Over’ places outdoor creations at parks

Recycled, reused materials to be on display for months

Emily Matthiessen / Olympic Peninsula News Group
Brigitte Schlemmer and Suzanne Horne hang the first pieces for “Art All Over — The Art Show Without Walls,” this past weekend at Carrie Blake City Park.
Jolene Dalton Gailey of Port Angeles conducts the Junior All-State Treble Choir in concert at the Capitol Theatre last Saturday with James Ray, Gailey’s former Port Angeles High School colleague, playing violin at left. (Monika Tabor)
Jolene Dalton Gailey of Port Angeles conducts the Junior All-State Treble Choir in concert at the Capitol Theatre last Saturday with James Ray, Gailey’s former Port Angeles High School colleague, playing violin at left. (Monika Tabor)
The inaugural THING festival in 2019 drew thousands to Fort Worden State Park and was then postponed by the pandemic until 2022. The three-day event is scheduled to return to the fort in August. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

THING coming back in August

Tickets for event to go on sale Friday

The inaugural THING festival in 2019 drew thousands to Fort Worden State Park and was then postponed by the pandemic until 2022. The three-day event is scheduled to return to the fort in August. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Kate McDermott will speak at the Red, Set Go! luncheon to benefit the Olympic Medical Center Foundation on Friday. (Andrew Scrivani)
Kate McDermott will speak at the Red, Set Go! luncheon to benefit the Olympic Medical Center Foundation on Friday. (Andrew Scrivani)
Oboe soloist Anne Krabill of Port Townsend, having just performed Jean Francaix’ “Flower Clock” concerto with the Port Angeles Symphony, is applauded by conductor Jonathan Pasternack during Saturday’s morning concert. Krabill and the orchestra received a standing ovation from the capacity audience at the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Round of applause

Oboe soloist Anne Krabill of Port Townsend, having just performed Jean Francaix’ “Flower Clock” concerto with the Port Angeles Symphony, is applauded by conductor Jonathan… Continue reading

Oboe soloist Anne Krabill of Port Townsend, having just performed Jean Francaix’ “Flower Clock” concerto with the Port Angeles Symphony, is applauded by conductor Jonathan Pasternack during Saturday’s morning concert. Krabill and the orchestra received a standing ovation from the capacity audience at the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Canadian-born oboist Anne Krabill of Port Townsend is the featured soloist in the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s two concerts this weekend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Canadian-born oboist Anne Krabill of Port Townsend is the featured soloist in the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra’s two concerts this weekend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
The Boston-based Merz Trio arrives in Port Townsend this weekend for a Sunday afternoon concert at Fort Worden's Wheeler Theater. From left are Lee Dionne, Brigid Coleridge and Julia Yang. (Dario Acosta)

Boston-based chamber ensemble in Port Townsend on Sunday

First concert in 2022 Centrum chamber music series

The Boston-based Merz Trio arrives in Port Townsend this weekend for a Sunday afternoon concert at Fort Worden's Wheeler Theater. From left are Lee Dionne, Brigid Coleridge and Julia Yang. (Dario Acosta)
Uptown Theatre owner Rick Wiley plans to reopen the Port Townsend movie house this Friday night. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Uptown Theatre to reopen Friday

Proof of vaccination not required

Uptown Theatre owner Rick Wiley plans to reopen the Port Townsend movie house this Friday night. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Restaurant Romp begins Tuesday in advance of Sunshine Festival

SEQUIM—The Sequim Restaurant Romp, part of the Sequim Sunshine Festival, begins Tuesday and will run through March 5. Participating dining and beverage establishments have created… Continue reading