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Port Townsend’s biggest music festival has announced the dates and bands for this year’s return of THING. And according to the event’s organizers, the eclectic, three-day, … more
Three student artists from Jefferson County were named winners in the Olympic Educational Service District 114 in the 50th Annual Regional High School Art Show. Winning pieces from each of the … more
Planning is already underway for Soundcheck, the beloved music event centered on highlighting local musicians in local venues. While many know Soundcheck as the exciting, weeklong pre-game to … more
Local master of movement Bill Evans is inviting the public to learn the art of dance and also witness the repertory talents of the Repertory Dance Theatre. The group is set to perform in Port … more
A new exhibit will offer fresh perspectives on the surroundings that define the Olympic Peninsula.  “Wet: Reflections on Water” is now open to the public at Northwind Art’s … more
Leader News Staff news@ptleader.com Michael Carroll will share an evening of classical piano at Trinity United Methodist Church’s next Candlelight Concert. The series continues at 7 p.m. … more
The regularly scheduled meeting for Strait Turners for March has been cancelled as it conflicts with the regional turning symposium in Oregon.   Instead, Strait Turners will host a wood sale … more
Organizers of the upcoming exhibition “Autonomy!” — a reproductive rights art show — have issued a call for artists. The exhibition will promote safe and accessible … more
Gallery-9 will showcase the art of Shelly Gould and Larry and Linda Gonzales in March. The gallery, home of the North Olympic Artist Cooperative, will feature oil paints and mixed media from … more
The Port Ludlow Art League has announced an art exhibit at the Bay Club entitled “Trash to Art Treasure” is making a return performance.  Art pieces in the exhibit show how waste … more
Come hear the music play. Vin Voleur brings the romance of cabaret live to the stage today with classic European and English-language songs made famous by Edith Piaf, Marlene Dietrich, and other … more
Hear the past come to life as the Salish Sea Early Music Festival continues with early chamber music played on period instruments. A pair of 2 p.m. Sunday shows are slated for March with … more
An art project for everyone is underway in Port Townsend. Community members around Port Townsend are invited to join in to Northwind Art’s free event “Seeds Are Postcards from the … more
An array of artistic and animalistic outfits strut the catwalk for the Port Townsend Student Wearable Art Show. Youth from across Jefferson County turned out in their uniquely designed duds for … more
Community Read is back in March, with this year’s book “Braiding Sweetgrass for Young Adults” by Robin Wall Kimmerer. The Port Townsend Public Library, organizer of Community … more
The Port Ludlow Art League has named its Artist of the Month and Jeweler of the Month for March. Ann Arscott is the league’s Artist of the Month. Her artwork embraces oils, pastels, and … more
A line of mist can travel the horizon like a line of verse whisping its way through a reader’s consciousness. Just as traditional as landscapes are to painting, so too is place to … more
Take a long drive to anywhere through the timeless stylings of singer/songwriter Kate Dinsmore as she performs at Finnriver Farm & Cidery at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 10. Her original work … more
The groovy rock and blues artistry of southern singer/songwriter Jeff Plankenhorn will soon make its way to the Olympic Peninsula with a concert at the Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery. The … more
Canadian folk-roots duo Two Crows for Comfort makes their Concerts in the Woods debut at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 4. Originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Two Crows for Comfort — Erin Corby and … more
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