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Olympic Theatre Arts will hold auditions for Neil Simon’s “The Good Doctor,” its first production of the 2014-2015 Season, starting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 9, at 414 N. Sequim Ave.
The Olympic Music Festival presents the third weekend of its 31st season with Charles Wetherbee and Korine Fujiwara on violin, Alan Iglitzin on viola, Walter Gray on cello and Steve Schermer on bass.
Art venues open up for the Fourth of July, which happens to be the First Friday Art Walk.
Olympic Theatre Arts continues its performing arts contribution to the First Friday Art Walk, An Unusual Evening in Sequim, with an original radio play, “The Case of the Case of Missing Lavender,” on July 4.
Rock/ blues band Locos Only plays the City of Sequim’s Music in the Park from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, July 8, at the James Center for the Performing Arts, 563 N. Blake Ave. The Strait Shots play class rock n’ roll on July 15.
The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center is once again hosting the Community Paint Out! and submissions are due at 4 p.m. Saturday, July 20. Above, participants in last year’s plein air class show off their art.
The Sequim City Band invites the community to its annual Independence Day Celebration, starting at 3 p.m. Friday, July 4, at the James Center for the Performing Arts.
Without warning, two animals changed Sequim resident Jennifer Frey’s life forever.
The star of the show at the MAC museum’s First Friday Art Walk was Ed the Rooster, in town from Agnew, to attend the opening of the June art exhibit.
Writers on the Spit will host the Fourth Friday Readings, at 6 p.m. June 27, at Rainshadow Coffee Bar, 157 W. Cedar St., Sequim. This month’s featured writers are Lisa Madelle Bottomley, Doug McGinnes and Juanita Ramsey-Jevne.
The works of Neil Simon, Steve Martin and more will make their mark in the coming year at Sequim’s Olympic Theatre Arts, 414 N. Sequim Ave.
The Olympic Music Festival’s opening weekend is set for June 28-29. The 31st festival, set in Quilcene, brings chamber music to classical music-lovers on the Olympic Peninsula and greater Puget Sound.
Pastel pro to visit Sequim; free family open house at PAFAC; celebrate solstice; more.
Final performance for group is Friday at Trinity United
Flamenco dancer and Seattle native Savannah Fuentes presents "La Luna Nueva," a presentation of Spanish Flamenco music and dance featuring, direct from Spain, with singer Curro Cueto and Bulgarian guitarist Bobby de Sofia.
This is the last week to submit your entry to the 15th Annual Port Townsend Film Festival “Guess the Guest” Contest.
Exhibitors in the annual Peninsula College Student Art Show were feted in a special celebration and awards ceremony in the PUB Gallery of Art on June 4.
With a presenting sponsor in place, the City of Sequim’s “Music In the Park” series is set to kick off June 24 with the Dukes of Dabob.
“With a twist” may be a good phrase to sum up Readers Theatre Plus and Peninsula Singers’ latest production of another Gilbert and Sullivan classic.
Nerds, geeks and everyone in between can boldly go to a musical tribute unlike any other this weekend.