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Leader News Staff   Key City Public Theatre has revitalized the spirit of PlayFest from its 25-year history to present work from regional playwrights and beyond with … more
The Chimacum High School Concert Band traveled to Port Angeles High School recently to participate in the Washington Music Educators Association Regional Ensemble Contest. Organizers note that … more
The students of Olympic Peninsula HomeConnection will be presenting Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” as their annual theater production. It will be their second year of returning live to … more
F or Lara Gaasland-Tatro, the artist behind Lara Edgeland Arts, time spent in the great outdoors has inspired the creation of jewelry and art that highlight the natural world around us. Through her … more
On e of Port Townsend’s biggest benefit concerts — the 12th annual show to benefit Ugandan AIDS orphans — is approaching soon with a collection of talented performers in tow. … more
Port Townsend artists Mark Twain Stevenson and Sara Ybarra Lopez are recasting the Venus figure in the Haller Fountain to replace a sister statue at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego. … more
The New Old Time Chautauqua will be celebrating its second annual Chautauqua Week during Rhody Fest, with a special performance by the Flying Karamazov Brothers to honor their 50th anniversary. … more
Trinity United Methodist Church’s Candlelight Concerts hosts local clarinet quartet Toot Sweet for the next offering in the concert series. The performance is 7 p.m. Thursday, May 25. … more
Port Townsend High School’s English, photography, and art students are presenting collaborative art exhibit In-Verse Images Uptown at The Nest from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 18. The … more
Key City Public Theatre’s Annual Artist CoLab features “City of Dreams” in performance May 11 through May 14. “City of Dreams” takes its title from the guide to … more
The city of Port Townsend is now accepting applications for its new poet laureate position. Unanimously approved by the Port Townsend City Council in March, the city seeks to appoint a poet … more
The Salish Sea Early Music Festival welcomes Maike Albrecht and Hans-Jürgen Schnoor for two performances in May. Bach Cantata “Ich habe genug” will be performed at 2 p.m. Sunday, … more
Jefferson County’s up-and-coming virtuosos had their chance to hit a high note, literally, in the fourth annual Young Artist Competition organized by the the Port Townsend Symphony … more
Port Townsend’s newest theater company brings the laughs this weekend. Featuring five one-act comedies, David Ives’ “All in the Timing” is a witty, romantic, … more
A special evening of art and music hosted by local creatives is planned for the First Saturday Art Walk on May 6 in Port Townsend. Andrew Sheldon has been painting landscapes, portraits, and … more
Singer-songwriter Alice Howe and rock legend Daniel “Freebo” Friedberg’s sounds will merge as the two artists prepare for an upcoming concert in Port Townsend. Set for 7:30 p.m. … more
Seven artists in Jefferson County were among the winners in Tidepools Magazine’s 2023 art, photography, writing, and music contest. Tidepools Magazine has been published annually at … more
Studium Generale celebrates National Poetry Month by welcoming Jamestown S’Klallam Elder, scholar, poet, and editor Duane Niatum for a reading and book signing beginning at 12:35 p.m. Thursday, … more
Kathy Tilly and Sue Stanton are the Port Townsend Gallery’s featured artists for May. Tilly lives and paints on the Toandos Peninsula. She’s a Washington native, born in Aberdeen, … more
The Jefferson County Historical Society is set to host a reopening celebration for the 1868 Rothschild House on Taylor Street and the public is invited to attend. Set from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, … more
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