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The Port Townsend Public Library’s weekly series of “Bedtime Stories” continues on Monday, Aug. 27, at 7 p.m. with local author Michael Galligan. Galligan is the author of … more
The Northwest Watershed Institute is launching the Youth Environmental Stewards (YES!) Base Camp, a new eight-week nature program for teens’ outdoor nature studies. YES! Base Camp is similar to … more
The community will have a chance to show its support for local student athletes, while still practicing safe social distancing, at the Jefferson County Memorial Athletic Field in downtown Port … more
Leader news staffnews@ptleader.com   The Port Townsend High School Music Boosters donated 16 cases of kettle corn to the child care program at Salish Coast Elementary for kids’ … more
The Jefferson County Historical Society’s physical sites are closed until further notice, and its in-person programs are canceled through at least April at least, but JCHS Executive Director … more
As the state’s residents adjust to the reality of staying at home for an extended stretch of time, the Port Townsend and Jefferson County libraries’ doors have closed, but their staff … more
Centrum concludes its “Communiversity” series for the spring months by highlighting the contributions of citizen science to the field of ornithology. Robyn Bailey, leader of the … more
With local schools closed for several weeks at least, local techies David Ehnebuske and Gage Pacifera aim to engage kids in learning code and help parents find educational activities to keep their … 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
The same weekend that saw Gov. Jay Inslee announce on Friday, March 13, that he would mandate the closure of all Washington schools from Tuesday, March 17, through at least Friday, April 24, the … more
The Port Townsend FIRST Robotics Competition “Roboctopi” team headed into competition at Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish from Feb. 28 through March 1, and they were so spent after … more
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