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Port Townsend STEM Club members Everest Ashford, 16, left, and Nathaniel Ashford, 17, set up their Valentine’s Day flower fundraiser, along with one of the club’s miniature greenhouses, outside the Food Co-op on Thursday. The fundraising table and flowers will reappear at the Co-op entrance today, Saturday and Monday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

STEM Club offers flowers for donations

Funds fuel variety of educational activities

Port Townsend STEM Club members Everest Ashford, 16, left, and Nathaniel Ashford, 17, set up their Valentine’s Day flower fundraiser, along with one of the club’s miniature greenhouses, outside the Food Co-op on Thursday. The fundraising table and flowers will reappear at the Co-op entrance today, Saturday and Monday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Baroque concert streaming to kick off season

The Salish Sea Early Music Festival will present “1620: Canzonas” at 7 p.m. today. The free, pre-recorded concert will stream online to… Continue reading

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Ashley Morgan works on a yet-unnamed mural outside the One of a Kind Gallery at The Wharf in Port Angeles on Thursday. She'll also appear this weekend during the gallery' pop-up art market.
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Ashley Morgan works on a yet-unnamed mural outside the One of a Kind Gallery at The Wharf in Port Angeles on Thursday. She'll also appear this weekend during the gallery' pop-up art market.
Local author Velda Thomas' new book, "Blended: Perspectives on Belonging" will fuel an online discussion group starting this Saturday. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Online discussions of race, generational healing to start Saturday

Belonging, race, family and generational healing are among the ideas to be explored in a free discussion group hosted online by the… Continue reading

Local author Velda Thomas' new book, "Blended: Perspectives on Belonging" will fuel an online discussion group starting this Saturday. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Actors to pose at tonight’s Drink and Draw

Studio Bob welcomes artistic skills of all levels

Todd Horton, who did a live painting event at Northwind Art’s Grover Gallery in January, will return for more live painting this Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Horton’s show, “The Mystic West,” is on display at the downtown Port Townsend gallery through March 14. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Artist to create on the spot this weekend

Spectators invited to demonstrations this weekend

Todd Horton, who did a live painting event at Northwind Art’s Grover Gallery in January, will return for more live painting this Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Horton’s show, “The Mystic West,” is on display at the downtown Port Townsend gallery through March 14. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
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Participants in the Run the Peninsula's Elwha Bridge 5K/10K Run break from the starting line at the Elwha Bridge on Saturday morning.

More than 300 hit the bridge

First race of Run the Peninsula series

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Participants in the Run the Peninsula's Elwha Bridge 5K/10K Run break from the starting line at the Elwha Bridge on Saturday morning.

Together We Read offers community group

The North Olympic Library System has partnered with the Together We Read online book club to sponsor a community read and online… Continue reading

Rick Meyers' portrait of artist Michael Croman is part of the new exhibition of Croman's paintings at the Northwind Art Jeanette Best Gallery in downtown Port Townsend. photo courtesy Northwind Art

‘Nature from the Inside Out’ among new art shows

Music, artwork among weekend’s attractions

Rick Meyers' portrait of artist Michael Croman is part of the new exhibition of Croman's paintings at the Northwind Art Jeanette Best Gallery in downtown Port Townsend. photo courtesy Northwind Art
Tessa Hulls, pictured with artwork for her graphic memoir "Feeding Ghosts," is the featured artist in 2022's inaugural First Friday Speaker Series program this Friday. The Jefferson County Historical Society hosts the online talk, part of a triptych of Chinese American Voices. photo by Hall Anderson

Friday speaker first of Chinese American voices

Jefferson County Historical Society plans more lectures in coming weeks

Tessa Hulls, pictured with artwork for her graphic memoir "Feeding Ghosts," is the featured artist in 2022's inaugural First Friday Speaker Series program this Friday. The Jefferson County Historical Society hosts the online talk, part of a triptych of Chinese American Voices. photo by Hall Anderson
Maggie Bulkley

New Theater Adventure Club classes to begin

Youth offered musical theater instruction

Maggie Bulkley
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Ed and Ruth Adams of Sequim walk their collection of shih tzus, from left, Angus, Ruby, Dublin, Ronan and Kenny, along a trail at the Water Reuse Demonstration Park near Carrie Blake Park in Sequim. The pair said each of the dogs had a color-coded leash to better keep track of which one was which.

On a walk with shih tzu

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Ed and Ruth Adams of Sequim walk their collection of shih tzus, from left, Angus, Ruby, Dublin, Ronan and Kenny, along… Continue reading

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Ed and Ruth Adams of Sequim walk their collection of shih tzus, from left, Angus, Ruby, Dublin, Ronan and Kenny, along a trail at the Water Reuse Demonstration Park near Carrie Blake Park in Sequim. The pair said each of the dogs had a color-coded leash to better keep track of which one was which.
Jon and Valkyrie Ferguson hold up the Quilts of Valor quilt given to Valkyrie earlier this month. photo by Chris Bates

Quilts of Valor conducts national sewing day Saturday

Veterans in Jefferson, Clallam counties recipients of coverlets

Jon and Valkyrie Ferguson hold up the Quilts of Valor quilt given to Valkyrie earlier this month. photo by Chris Bates
Bay Club Group Exhibit - Red Sky at Night by Diane Walker

Artist, jeweler to be featured at Port Ludlow Art League

Peninsula Daily News The Port Ludlow Art League has selected an artist and a jeweler of the month. Sue Wahlgren, known as the original owner… Continue reading

Bay Club Group Exhibit - Red Sky at Night by Diane Walker
The Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N Sequim Avenue featured artist in the Judith McInnes Tozzer Gallery is Dungeness resident Steve Vogel. Now retired, former Clallam County District “3 Fire Chief, graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in fine arts.

Friday Art Walk focuses on love and hearts

Peninsula Daily News Happy and healthy hearts will be the focus of February’s First Friday Art Walk in Sequim while incorporating red as the theme,… Continue reading

The Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N Sequim Avenue featured artist in the Judith McInnes Tozzer Gallery is Dungeness resident Steve Vogel. Now retired, former Clallam County District “3 Fire Chief, graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in fine arts.
Not Baba Yaga’s House 1 by Barbara Boerigter

Two artists featured in February at Blue Whole Gallery

Peninsula Daily News Two featured artists for the month of February will showcase their work at Blue Whole Gallery in Sequim. Barbara Boerigter and Jeannine… Continue reading

Not Baba Yaga’s House 1 by Barbara Boerigter
The works of Martha Collins are on display at Port Townsend Gallery.

Woodworker, tin artist featured at PT Gallery

Peninsula Daily News Two artists will be featured througout February at Port Townsend Gallery. The work of Martha Collins and Loran Scruggs will be at… Continue reading

The works of Martha Collins are on display at Port Townsend Gallery.
David Herbelin, Olympic Theatre Arts’ new executive director, will host an open house at the Sequim center this Saturday. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Olympic Theatre Arts to host open house Saturday

Guided tours offered of multilevel building, formerly a church

David Herbelin, Olympic Theatre Arts’ new executive director, will host an open house at the Sequim center this Saturday. (Emily Matthiessen/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Singer-songwriter Nathaniel Talbot will give a concert at the Palindrome in Port Townsend this Friday night. (Nathaniel Talbot)

Concert to be first in Rainshadow series

Singer-songwriter Nathaniel Talbot to play in-person set at Palindrome

Singer-songwriter Nathaniel Talbot will give a concert at the Palindrome in Port Townsend this Friday night. (Nathaniel Talbot)

‘Geek’ trivia night planned Friday

The North Olympic Library System will host “Geek Game On” trivia night at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. The questions for this month’s… Continue reading