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The Olympic Peninsula hums with music this Fourth of July weekend. At Centrum at Fort Worden State Park, the Festival of American Fiddle Tunes is in its 40th year, and out on the Coyle, the Concerts … more
The Port Townsend Film Festival's “Guess the Guest” contest continues with the third and final clue. The first clue was published June 18, the second clue was published June 21. Be the first to … more
Meriel Baker, age 2 (above) learns to play a harmonica she got during the inaugural Make Music Day that took place around Port Townsend on Wednesday, June 21. Photo by Katie Kowalski more
The Community Calendar promotes events that are free or low-cost and open to the public. To submit: email arts@ptleader.com or call 385-2900. Deadline is 1 p.m. on Wednesday prior to the desired … more
It's Port Townsend's first official Make Music Day, and the morning, afternoon and evening are jam-packed with music-making events around town. More than 30 performers are playing at 15-plus … more
Some summer vacations may finally be in the future for Karl F. Bach, who for nearly two decades has been leading the Port Townsend Summer Band. He’s now entering his final season before retiring as … more
The nationally acclaimed National Public Radio word-game show, “Says You!” is to present a community performance June 23 to benefit the Jefferson Clemente Course, a free college humanities course … more
Northwind Reading Series on Thursday, June 22 features Tidepools 2017, Peninsula College’s art, literature, and music magazine. The group reading starts at 7 p.m. at Northwind Arts Center, 701 … more
The Port Townsend Film Festival's “Guess the Guest” contest continues with the second of three clues. The first clue was published June 14. Oh my gosh, that’s beautiful! (So elegant, she … more
Victorian-dressed clarinet ensemble Toot Sweet performs “Storytelling-inspired Music” at a Candlelight Concert set for 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 22 at Trinity United Methodist Church, 609 Taylor … more
Editor's note: Tommy Rage, who graduated from Port Townsend High School in 1990, has a radio show in Madison, Wisconsin, where he is a music reviewer and on-air radio producer. He recently … more
Dirty Beat Duo’s Jesse Watson and Pete Lack are helping to protect arts in the schools this summer, superhero style. The two “Defenders of the Arts” are hosting what is being billed as an … more
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