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Northwind Arts Center and Port Townsend School of the Arts will, as of Jan. 1, 2021, become a single, combined entity. The new nonprofit will be called Northwind Art. “Over the next … more
Jefferson County Toastmasters will hold a virtual Halloween storytelling event from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. Christopher Summitt will be the storytelling guest, delivering his story: … more
That John Steinbeck was a pretty good writer. His stylish and evocative prose really make readers feel as if they’re practically present: toiling next to migrant farm workers, riding shotgun … more
Though Quilcene’s Worthington Park will not be the scene of a Halloween party as in year’s past, something of the seasonal celebration is set to return: Registration is now open for the … more
The latest offering of the Meaningful Movies Project is a free online screening of the new documentary “Resisterhood.” The presentation is planned for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27. A … more
The new exhibition by the 823 Photo Collective features the work of four local photographers. It will be a diverse lineup, said group spokesperson and participating artist Johanna … more
After many years of seeing his stories only in his head and in black-and-white on the pages of his books, Port Townsend author/musician Robin Ray Lum Cheong is finally making pictures. His debut … more
The Crabtucky Derby will again be held this year, albeit digitally, per a recent announcement by Northwest Maritime Center executive director Jake Beattie. The pandemic forced the cancellation of … more
The recently released film “The Dark Divide” is the first narrative feature adaptation of the writings of noted Northwest author Robert Michael Pyle, based on his nonfiction account of a … more
One of the largest and most prestigious exhibitions of its type, the Collective Visions Gallery’s annual show is seeking submissions. The show, now in its 14th year, will take place from … more
In times of turmoil it’s common to seek relief in the classics. Time-tested, well-known familiarities are cozy sweaters for the soul in a world of harsh headlines. And, seasonally speaking, … more
The city of Port Townsend Public Library will host noted Port Townsend author and poet Christine Hemp for a special online author talk at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. Hemp will discuss her latest … more
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