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Girls Night Out is set for Thursday.

Girls’ Night Out celebrates the ’60s

Thursday is set for late shopping, party

Girls Night Out is set for Thursday.
Despite the rain and cooler temperatures teams were in high spirits as they tackled the water course on day at an earlier Kinetic Skulpture Race in Port Townsend. (Peninsula Daily News)

It’s “offishul”: Port Townsend’s Kinetic Skulpture Race is on

Bribes are accepted, teddy bears must be prominently displayed and all are warned not to forget to watch out for the giant… Continue reading

Despite the rain and cooler temperatures teams were in high spirits as they tackled the water course on day at an earlier Kinetic Skulpture Race in Port Townsend. (Peninsula Daily News)

October Showcase sets artists’ reception

Olympic Peninsula Art Association will host an artists’ reception for the October Showcase from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. The reception will… Continue reading

Sun Rays by Dan Brewer is among the works to be presented at Solstice

Solstice art exhibit to open at Sequim Civic Center

SEQUIM— Images of contrast between long summer days and long winter nights will be on display at Solstice, an exhibit in a variety of mediums… Continue reading

Sun Rays by Dan Brewer is among the works to be presented at Solstice

Studium Generale to open quarter with traditional welcome

Studium Generale will open its fall quarter series Thursday with the traditional Welcome Celebration, a partnership among the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe,… Continue reading

Kinetic skulptures, Fall Spectacular, Family Pops among weekend events

Topping off this weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula is the Great Port Townsend Bay Kinetic Skulpture Race on Saturday and Sunday. This year’s… Continue reading

From left are  Beth Witters, MarySue French and Susan Kroll at a spinning circle.

Pacific Northwest Fiber Exposition set this weekend

The inaugural Pacific Northwest Fiber Exposition will be this weekend at the Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles. The expo —… Continue reading

From left are  Beth Witters, MarySue French and Susan Kroll at a spinning circle.
Susan Hazard’s Floribunda painting series is among the work on display at the Port Townsend Gallery.
Susan Hazard’s Floribunda painting series is among the work on display at the Port Townsend Gallery.

Peninsula College offers a community welcome

Variety of activities set for Fall Spectacular

Burlesque show planned Saturday

Olympic Peaks Burlesque will return to kick off the month of Halloween on Saturday. The show will begin at 8 p.m. after… Continue reading

Tuba player Tyler Benedict is among the Port Angeles Symphony brass players prominent in "Fanfare for the Common Man." Aaron Copland's piece is part of the Family Pops concerts Friday and Saturday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz)

Port Angeles Symphony’s season begins with Family Pops

‘Amazing acoustics’ at site for orchestra a ‘special experience’

  • Sep 29, 2022
  • By Diane Urbani de la Paz for Peninsula Daily News
  • Clallam County
Tuba player Tyler Benedict is among the Port Angeles Symphony brass players prominent in "Fanfare for the Common Man." Aaron Copland's piece is part of the Family Pops concerts Friday and Saturday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz)
Spirit of Spring" by Matt DiPietro is among artwork on display at the Jefferson Museumof Art & History.

Two exhibits open today at Jefferson Museum

Two exhibits open today at the Jefferson Museum of Art & History. Juxtapositions and Exquisite Jewels are the new exhibits on display… Continue reading

Spirit of Spring" by Matt DiPietro is among artwork on display at the Jefferson Museumof Art & History.

Kinetic Skulpture race this weekend

Human-powered inventions to transverse varied kourse

Filmmaker advice

Jared and Jerusha Hess have advice for would-be filmmakers: • Go to film school if you can because you’ll meet other people who love film… Continue reading

Filmmakers Jerusha and Jared Hess are interviewed during the 23rd annual Port Townsend Film Festival. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Filmmakers look to go beyond ‘Napoleon Dynamite’

Jared, Jerusha Hess have work to do after first feature

Filmmakers Jerusha and Jared Hess are interviewed during the 23rd annual Port Townsend Film Festival. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Auditions set for drama that is sequel to ‘Pride and Prejudice’

Auditions for the Port Angeles Community Players’ holiday offering, “Christmas at Pemberley — The Wickhams” will be conducted today and Thursday. Today’s… Continue reading

OTA sets auditions for two plays

Olympic Theatre Arts plans auditions on Monday and Tuesday for The New Works Showcase and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. Both productions will… Continue reading

Bless beasts, children fun run set Sunday

The Humane Society of Jefferson County and the Church of BuVu will sponsor the “Bless the Beasts and Children 0.5K Fun Run”… Continue reading

Meowgaritas and Mutts fundraiser to benefit humane society

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society will host its Meowgaritas and Mutts fundraiser on Saturday. The fundraiser will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the… Continue reading

Miles McRae, owner of Full Spectrum Projector and Sound and of the Airscreen, pulls the ropes to control the 15-foot by 30-foot screen as air is pumped into the screen to inflate it for use during the 23rd Port Townsend Film Festival, which started on Thursday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Outdoor screening

Miles McRae, owner of Full Spectrum Projector and Sound and of the Airscreen, pulls the ropes to control the 15-foot by 30-foot screen as air… Continue reading

Miles McRae, owner of Full Spectrum Projector and Sound and of the Airscreen, pulls the ropes to control the 15-foot by 30-foot screen as air is pumped into the screen to inflate it for use during the 23rd Port Townsend Film Festival, which started on Thursday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)