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Concerts in the Barn will present their final weekend of chamber music at the iconic barn in Quilcene this weekend Aug. 28 to Aug. 29.  The final weekend’s performers are the Fulton … more
The Port Townsend Rock Club will be at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28 for a fundraiser event.  Local handmade jewelry, lapidary and jewelry making … more
The Jefferson County Historical Society will present “Coast Salish Wool Weaving” as the next event for its First Friday Speaker Series.  The event will be on Friday, Sept. 3 from … more
A donation of the “world’s largest Ziploc bag” stuffed with fabric scraps provided the final affirmation that Kathey Bates was headed in the right direction.  Finally, … more
After a long hiatus, the Bay Club will once again host group art exhibits sponsored by the Port Ludlow Art League.  The theme of the current group art exhibit is “Feathered … more
Port Ludlow is planning an artsy entrance into the Labor Day holiday. The Port Ludlow Art League’s Art Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 5 at the Port Ludlow Inn. The … more
Upcoming performance events have been postponed or canceled outright due to the spike in COVID-19 infections in Jefferson County. Organizers of the YEA Music! faculty performance planned for … more
Pamela Roberts and Sheila Harwood, a classical cello and piano duo, will perform at Trinity United Methodist’s Candlelight Concerts in August. The next concert is 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 26 at … more
It’s a simple country hideaway; rustic, quiet, pastoral. A no-frills house with just the basics — no Wi-Fi, no phone, nothing cushy. Maybe there’s no running water, maybe the only … more
If you’ve ever found the bite of whisky a little too harsh, or your glass of wine hasn’t gone down all too smooth, there may be an unconventional answer for your problem.  Instead … more
The Rhody Parade and Cake Picnic are back this year to the delight of many in the Port Townsend community.  For Lori Morris, the Rhody Festival president, it’s important to her that the … more
It’s all about that “a-ha” moment when you finally find the one after flipping through what feels like an ocean of vinyl all day. The hallelujah chorus seems to squeak out from … more
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