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Information supplied by: Jefferson Community Foundation. 201-B W. Patison St., Port Hadlock. Visit jcfgives.org, email info@jcfgives.org or call 360-385-1729. Local 2020. 1240 W. Sims Way, … more
Even in an era of social distancing, Jefferson County maritime organizations are working to teach people interested or already involved in the boating field, with as close to a hands-on education as … more
The Edensaw Community Cancer Foundation (ECCF) made a $25,000 donation to the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund at the Jefferson Community Foundation. These funds will support response and recovery … more
Two years ago, Port Townsend documentarians Shelly Solomon and Kent Cornwell profiled how the Yamashita family, Japanese immigrants to America, helped resurrect oyster farming along America’s … more
After its online debut in April, the monthly “Feel Good, Do Good” yoga program will continue in May, with an online class on May 4 to benefit the PT ReCyclery, Port Townsend’s … more
The state’s social distancing requirements have made it difficult to conduct art shows, even in communities as artsy as Port Townsend. But The Masters’ Atelier of Drawing and Painting … more
Gov. Jay Inslee’s issuance of a “stay at home” order to Washington state residents on March 23 compelled the Fort Worden Public Development Authority to further adjust its … more
Fort Worden is temporarily reducing its staff and services in response to the coronavirus, but officials want prospective guests and visitors to know that it’s not discontinuing its operations … more
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The second weekend of the Key City Public Theatre’s 24th annual PlayFest series of plays by — and playwriting workshops for — local playwrights adapted and overcame the impacts of … more
Relocating and rebranding a relatively longstanding business can be a challenging task under any circumstances, but Celtic Crossroads NW, formerly known as Wandering Angus Celtic Traders, has found … more
The Port Townsend Film Festival’s “Women & Film” event, that was scheduled to run April 24 through 26, is canceled due to coronavirus concerns, according to film festival … more
With concerns about COVID-19, a.k.a. the coronavirus, spreading perhaps faster than the infection itself, there have been some impacts to the arts, entertainment and adult education scenes in East … more
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