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Grammy Award winning woodwind player Nancy Rumbel and harpist David Michael will perform together at 7 p.m. Dec. 12 during the Peace on Earth concert at the RoseWind Common House, 3131 Haines St., in Port Townsend. Tickets are $20 in advance online or $25 at the door. For more information, call 360-301-4451.   more
Running between rehearsals, overseeing costume fittings and set designs, and preparing to dazzle crowds at the annual Port Townsend Christmas tree lighting is a pretty average December day for Denise Winter, the artistic director of Key City Public Theater. more
The Wild Rose Chorale, the Port Townsend Youth Chorus and the Townsend Bay Ringers will welcome the holiday season during two performances of the “Have Yourself a Wild Rose Christmas” concert. The first concert will be held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 7, and the second will be at 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 9. Both will be at First Presbyterian Church, 1111 Franklin St., in Port Townsend. more
Harp music and leather hammering were among the first sounds to greet those who entered the Port Townsend Community Center on Nov. 24. more
Spending time reading and researching in the lofty Carnegie Reading Room of the Port Townsend library one afternoon, Dr. Arendt Speser, a philosopher and director of the Jefferson Clemente Foundation, discovered something unique. more
Marley was dead to begin with. But his ghost was very much alive. Rattling chains, his ashen face floated down the stairs in a cloud of fog to stand in front of Ebenezer Scrooge and groan out the words, “I’m tired of performing ‘A Christmas Carol!’ ” more
Borrowing from the title of the Robert Frost poem, the Community Chorus of Port Townsend & East Jefferson County will present “On a Snowy Evening,” its winter program of holiday and seasonal music in two concerts this weekend. more
The Quilcene Holiday Craft Fair was slightly more sparsely attended this year, due to the Quilcene football team playing in the state semifinals in Wenatchee, but it still kept the community center bustling. more
Despite a brisk wind and the recent snow visible on the caps of the Olympic Mountains, bird enthusiasts from near and far dressed up in their warmest clothes, donned their binoculars and boarded a boat on Nov. 24, headed to Protection Island to see what the Puget Sound had to offer. more
With petticoats and trash bags fluttering in the wind, a group of nine Port Townsend women hit the streets on Black Friday to pick up trash while dressed to the nines. more
As families gear up for the holidays, Miller & Ashmore Real Estate is teaming up with The ReCyclery for the sixth year in a row to help kids in need get new bikes for free. more
Off the coast of Cape George is a 370-acre island, uninhabited by humankind, teeming with wildlife. It only takes a quick boat ride to get to Protection Island from the Cape George Marina, but no boats are allowed within 200 yards of the island’s shore, and kayakers are barred from landing on shore. more
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