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Twenty singers ages 4-14 perform an eclectic selection of tunes at the Port Townsend Public Library Children’s Choir concert this Saturday, May 13. The concert, under the direction of Phina … more
Weaving? Why? That was Joyce Wilkerson’s reaction when an adviser in art school suggested that she try the textile art. Fast-forward to today, and the Port Townsend artist’s weaving career now … 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
KPTZ-FM celebrates the music of The Beatles in two fundraising tribute concerts this Saturday and Sunday at the Wheeler Theater at Fort Worden. All proceeds help to support the station and sustain … more
Sierra Ferrell (right) sings and plays guitar, with Joe Fulton (left) on fiddle, on an overcast morning, April 29, during the Port Townsend Saturday Farmers Market. The duo busked on the smokey … more
Port Townsend’s First Saturday Art Walk takes place from 5:30 to 8 p.m., May 6. Downtown galleries in downtown are stocked with fresh works for the new month, from watercolors evoking a nostalgic … more
Key City Public Theatre’s 2016 stage management apprentice Emily Kathryn Hand is using her mastery of musicals to create a cabaret of musical-theater title songs in a piece titled “Caught in the … more
The Community Calendar promotes events that are free or low-cost and open to the public. To submit: email arts@ptleader. Deadline is 1 p.m. on Wednesday prior to the desired publication date. Note: … more
More than 3,000 pieces of student art on display at Grant Street Elementary School for April 21 show. (See more photos on page B3 of The Leader) more
“Monk E. Incorporated,” a team of five Chimacum Middle School students, has realized its dream to advance to a top science, technology, engineering and art and math (STEAM) tournament. The … more
A love of animals and art and a desire to help the homeless are what drives a 13-year-old Port Townsend girl to offer her drawings and cards for sale. Aloura Remy, 13, plans to donate 50 percent … more
“He’s highly creative, very technically proficient and innovative,” said Port Townsend High School media studies teacher Mark Welch of his student Luke Anderson, who last month was one of the … more
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