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Local outdoor art supply company Art Toolkit is hosting a sketch-and-stroll event 10 a.m. to noon Sunday, April 23. The company’s founder, artist Maria Coryell-Martin, shares some quick … more
At some point during the show, Joe Euro will “go rouge.” Euro, a “Classical/Neo-Classical finger-style” guitarist, is the headliner for the next Candlelight Concert at … more
PTHS Players continue their acclaimed run of "Around the World in 80 Days" this weekend. Performances are Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, April 23 at 2 … more
She lived it before she filmed it. Sarah T. Schwab is bringing “A Stage of Twilight,” her second feature film, to Port Townsend’s Women & Film festival this week. An … more
As part of the Jefferson County Historical Society’s ongoing exhibits, “Landscapes: Real & Imagined” and “Under Water Street,” exhibit artists David Eisenhour, Joan … more
Melinie Perry will be the guest speaker at the Port Ludlow Art League next meeting in April. Perry studied fine art at Western Washington University, but her artistic roots stretch back to growing … more
The world premiere of “REDD,” a new play by Kat Agudo, will continue at Key City Public Theatre through April 30. “REDD” is a magical retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, … more
A wide variety of abstract art pieces will be on display in the next group show from the members of the Port Ludlow Art League at the Bay Club this month.  Organizers of the display note this … more
The Community Chorus of Port Townsend and East Jefferson County presents a tribute to the much-loved, popular music of the Broadway stage this weekend. Concerts with a “Let Us Entertain … more
Rocker Nathaniel Talbot is set to play the six strings in Port Townsend, bringing his deft finger-style sound to the other side of the Puget Sound. With bassist Keegan Harshman and Mickey Grimm on … more
Christopher Rauschenberg will give a free public talk about photography and related topics in Port Townsend this Saturday. Rauschenberg, the curator of the “Wet: Reflections on Water” … more
Centrum, one of the Olympic Peninsula’s largest nonprofit arts organizations, is welcoming two new members to its team. Joining Centrum as its residency and artist projects program … more
The Port Townsend Film Festival’s “Women & Film Festival” has logged at least as many years as a virtual event as it did an in-person event before the pandemic hit, but this … more
Peninsula Fiber Artists are presenting the exhibit “Masks: Second Skins” in a walk-by showcase in Uptown Port Townsend. New pieces in the Fiber Habit window exhibit by members of the … more
Shirley Bomgaars has been recognized as the Port Ludlow Art League’s Artist of the Month, and Georganne Muse has been named Jeweler of the Month. According to the art league, Bomgaars … more
Four world-class string musicians gracing a local, Port Townsend stage. Does it get any better than that? The Grammy-nominated Dover Quartet is headed to the Quimper Peninsula with an April … more
The unique compositional style of guitar wizard Peppino D’Agostino is coming to Port Townsend. The event is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 6 at The Palindrome at Eaglemount … more
Leader News Staff The Port Townsend Gallery should soon attract a flock of art lovers: birds are a featured subject of the gallery’s artists in April. According to … more
Two self-taught artists take the spotlight at Gallery-9 in April. Gallery-9 is home of the North Olympic Artist Cooperative, and the featured artists are Jon Geisbush with wood-turnings, and … more
It’s no April Fool’s Day joke that the Port Townsend Farmers Market is setting up shop on April 1, but it would be foolhardy to miss out on the heaps of fun included in opening-day … more
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