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Pippa’s Real Tea, 636 Water St., presents an art show featuring the works of tattoo artist Clae Welch and retired graphic illustrator and designer Nancy Olson Van Allen. For each artist, their work … more
A selection of works by Port Townsend artist Raquel Stokes are to be displayed at Taps at the Guardhouse at Fort Worden beginning on Saturday, Feb. 4, during Art Walk. A self-taught … more
The Salish Sea Early Music Festival returns to Port Townsend for the second year, presenting internationally renowned musicians playing music from the Renaissance period to the early works by … more
Port Ludlow Artists’ League presents its February show, “Mightier than the Sword: A Study in Pen, Pencil & Graphite.” All of the featured artworks were created with everyday writing … more
DJ Johan Dinero hosts a hands-on workshop to learn the tools and skills of DJ-ing with vinyl records, as well as CD and digital media, from 2 to 6 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 5 at The Boiler Room, 711 Water … more
After an initial screening of a documentary on sexual shaming and bullying, a group of local high school students was adamant the film be included in the Port Townsend Film Festival’s (PTFF) 2016 … more
Centrum is offering two full-time tuition scholarships for Jefferson County high school students to attend a new high school writers' conference, taking place July 9-15. Jordan Hartt, writing … more
The Gospel Opry Band kicks off its 2017 season Sunday, Feb. 5, playing country, blues and gospel music for all ages. “The event is geared for family entertainment, so you come and laugh and … more
Local oil painter Douglas Selley Byrd is captivated by color. “I'm attracted to colors,” the Olympic Peninsula native said. “There are a lot of colors in the world – you go down to the … more
MUSIC Wednesday, Jan. 25 Karaoke. 9 p.m. Cellar Door, 940 Water. Open mic. 7-10 p.m. The Boiler Room, 711 Water. Thursday, Jan. 26 Karaoke. 9 p.m. Sirens, 823 Water. Tony & The … more
For many, drawing and reading are solitary affairs, but for some, a group setting can offer encouragement and camaraderie. Barbara Kurland started exploring the worlds of art and music after … more
Lisa Lanza returns to the keys of a 9-foot 1935 Steinway for a concert of classical music this Saturday. Lanza first played that piano, now housed at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship … more
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