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  The members of the Colorado-based Sturtz acoustic quartet are no strangers to the Pacific Northwest, but this summer will mark their first performance in Port Townsend, as they’re … more
  The Hastings building at the corner of Water and Taylor streets in downtown Port Townsend is set to be the center of a flurry of filmmaking activity this month, thanks to the Port … more
    The circus is coming to town, as the Rastelli Circus makes a return trip to Port Townsend, for afternoon and evening shows on the weekend of July 12-13. Circus … more
    Northwind Art’s Jeanette Best Gallery is set to showcase “Sifting the Silence: Painting and Printmaking by Shirley Scheier” from Thursday, July 4, through … more
  Skillmation presented its fourth-annual Howard Learned Award to Port Townsend School District counselors Kirsten Bledsoe and Emily Eldridge on June 6. Skillmation, which promotes the … more
    Gallery-9 in Port Townsend is featuring the artwork of oil painter Linda Marie Kempe and self-taught woodturner Jon Geisbush for the month of July. Kempe creates works … more
    Port Townsend’s Bill Porter, the world-renowned translator of ancient Chinese poetry who’s also known as “Red Pine,” was interviewed by Claudia Castro … more
    This spring and summer have seen a number of graduations, ranging from Jefferson County high school graduations, to alumni of those same local schools completing their … more
  The Northwind Art School at Fort Worden State Park is inviting the public opportunities to try their hand at creating art, whether on canvas or through found objects. Tracy Grisman … more
      The Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra’s Chamber Music Series features some notable local talent at its 2 p.m. concert on Sunday, June 23, in the Wheeler … more
    The film “Dancing with the Dead: Red Pine and the Art of Translation” returns to Port Townsend for two screenings only, at 2 and 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 15, at … more
    California-based blues and roots band Rick Estrin and the Nightcats are returning to Port Townsend, to perform at The Palindrome at the Eaglemount Winery and Cidery, on … more
    The Quilcene Barn is back for its eighth season of free chamber music “Concerts in the Barn,” this year but it roots go much deeper.  Leigh Hearon, … more
    “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” is not only the direct sequel to 2015’s “Mad Max: Fury Road,” but also the fifth installment in writer-director George … more
    Fairwinds Winery in Port Townsend is set to host a group of touring comedians with an unusual theme on Fri., May 31, as the five-person “Nerd Comedy Tour” comes to … more
    Rainshadow Recording welcomes the return of Celtic guitarist Tony McManus to Port Townsend, for an evening of what concert coordinator Matt Miner deemed “stringed … more
  The Port Townsend Film Festival is partnering with OWL 360 and the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) to help highlight youth mental health issues through its second … more
    It looks like Forks won't be the only corner of the Olympic Peninsula to gain fame from a supernatural entertainment franchise, given the critical and audience acclaim that … more
    Although “The Tempest” is thought to be one of the last plays that William Shakespeare wrote, for a number of the Port Townsend High School Players, it’s … more
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