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A dancer from Los Angeles who teaches internationally has landed in Port Townsend to lead a weekly Sunday class that some refer to as their “soul church.” Michael Molin-Skelton is a devotee of … more
A group of people gathered on the parade grounds at Fort Worden State Park on a sunny Sunday, March 19 to participate in a community “action of art,” led by installation artist Mavis Muller. The … more
Port Townsend musician Aba Kiser (Abakis) is launching a five-month concert and workshop series inspired by a well-attended New Year’s Eve event she organized last year. “It was amazing,” … more
Kef brings Balkan music to QUUF Kef, a Balkan dance band from Eugene, Oregon, is set to perform a Balkan folk music dance/concert at 7 p.m., Sunday, March 26 at Port Townsend’s Quimper Unitarian … more
Friends of Richard Pindell are hosting a concert at the Palindrome on Saturday to benefit the Port Townsend resident who is currently fighting stage 4 cancer. “I had the original idea,” said … more
Singer-songwriter Micaela Kingslight, a new resident of Port Townsend, brings her “blues-driven acoustic soul folk” to Sirens Pub at 7 p.m., Sunday, March 19. Originally from Taos, New Mexico, … more
Port Townsend resident Brett Nunn is featured in a documentary about the Salish Sea titled “Reaching Blue.” A screening of the film, including a Q&A with filmmaker Ian Hinkle, is set for this … more
After traveling around the world to make films about adventure and environmental issues, documentary filmmaker Ian Hinkle returned home to tell a story of how the changing planet was present in his … more
Key City Public Theatre hosts an album release party for Port Townsend High School graduate Alanna Dailey at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 18 at the Key City Playhouse, 419 Washington St. Daily’s … more
In 2000, David Jacobs-Strain was the youngest faculty member at Centrum’s Acoustic Blues Festival. The then-15-year-old had been attending the workshop in previous years as a youngster, … more
The documentary of “Tomorrow,” which premiered at the Paris climate talks in 2015 and is coming to the Rose Theatre in April, is screened at 1 p.m., Saturday, April 15 at the Chimacum School … more
“I’m a not a large person, more like Piglet than Pooh. What can I do?” “I don’t want to be hateful and angry. How do we bridge the gap even though we’re all different?” “I lived … more
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