Events on the Olympic Peninsula

There's so much to do on the Olympic Peninsula.

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Late Summer Concert: Rockabilly for Quilbillies!
August 27, 2016

Johnny and the Black Crabs, with Jeff Wittekind opening, will provide music for listening and dancing!   Meadow seating, bring camp chairs or a blanket. No pets please.  Pre-purchase of tickets are available at the Museum for this concert of music and dance; food vendors will also be there.  $15 Adult, $5 Student

Concerts in the Woods - "Tim Bertsch"
September 2, 2016

Tim Bertsch has been a disciple of the guitar and it's resonance since the age of 10. Timothy has long since lived, composed and performed in three very different musical worlds being equally proficient on the electric guitar as well as acoustic guitar/harpguitar. Heavily rooted in jazz, fusion, flamenco, rock, classical, blues and gypsy music his unique musical talents are equally as diverse.

Awakening to Adventure Women's Retreat
September 7, 2016 - September 11, 2016

Explore 4 1/2 days of spontaneous fun, adventure, and sacred connection with nature, horses and a small group of amazing women. Mornings will be spent at the farm, coaching with the horses, Ben, Sweet, and ECGM coaches Lisa Aniballi and Brenda Westwood. Afternoons will be spent, adventuring in the surrounding area, including hiking in the Olympic National Forest, kayaking in the Dosewallips Tidelands and into the Duckabush River, rowing and sailing on the Salish Sea, near Port Townsend. Dinner will be by the fire on the shore of Lake Leland with shared stories from the day, under the stars.

9th Annual Great Strait Sale
September 10, 2016

Travel along Hwy 112 for the Olympic Peninsula's largest community sale!

September 10, 2016 from 9am-4pm, from Laird's Corner, west of Port Angeles, to Neah Bay, community sites hosting fun flea markets can be found at:

~Joyce Depot Museum green area

~Clallam Bay Visitor Center (next door to Clallam Bay Park)

~Neah Bay Village Market (near Washburn's)

There will also be individual sales with signs along the highway.

Concerts in the Woods - "Curtis and Loretta"
September 10, 2016

Curtis & Loretta's music comes straight from the heart. The husband and wife duo's extraordinary harmonies and proficiency on a parade of stringed instruments create an alluring frame for their poignant original songs, and carefully chosen traditional pieces from the British Isles, America, and beyond. The current menagerie includes Celtic harp, mandocello, mandolin, guitars, clawhammer banjo, and National steel ukulele, plus a bit of kazoo, harmonica, and shakers.

Artist Trust on Tour | Port Townsend
September 15, 2016
Port Townsend

Artist Trust is excited to host the final night of the Artist Trust on Tour series at the Cotton Building in Port Townsend!

Four award-winning artists from the Peninsula and Bellingham will come together at the Cotton Building on September 15 to perform their various disciplines on an unforgettable night, hosted by Artist Trust's own Brian McGuigan.

Its free, but dont forget to RSVP!

Kazuko Yamazaki (Bremerton)
Jenna Bean Veatch (Bellingham)
David Feingold (Bellingham)
Linda Bierds (Bainbridge)

2016 Quilcene Fair, Parade & Classic Car Show
September 17, 2016

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Visual EDGE Final Presentations | Port Townsend, WA
September 17, 2016
Port Townsend

Get a glimpse into what emerging and established artists are up to! Join us for presentations from artists across Washington State participating in Artist Trust’s EDGE Professional Development Program.

Artist Trust Port Townsend | Office Hours
September 17, 2016
Port Townsend

Office Hours is a free grantwriting support program for artists of all disciplines looking for advice on how to apply for funding from Artist Trust. Our staff will walk you through the application process, provide feedback on your grant, and answer any questions you have.

Come talk about grants with Artist Trust staff in a free, one-on-one, low pressure environment!

How to Build Your Audience Online with Kelsye Nelson | Port Townsend
September 17, 2016
Port Townsend

Looking to expand your audience? Refine your online brand? Tap into new markets for your work? Join Kelsye Nelson as she teaches artists of all disciplines how to effectively navigate the marketing world and optimize your social media presence.

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