Create a personal painting with images significant to you, in the colorful, lively folk art format of stacking, interacting and pattern.
Ego, fear, and the public good clash on stage in Key City Public Theatre’s production of Henrik Ibsen’s classic.
The 25th season of the Port Townsend Saturday Farmers market opens on April 1st from 9am to 2pm on Tyler Street in Uptown PT.
With its maritime heritage, artist spirit, and a touch of urban chic, Port Townsend is an easily accessible base camp to the Olympic Peninsula and beyond. Whether on land or sea; indoors or outdoors – Port Townsend has activities for every taste.
Romantic comedy, historical drama, documentary, stories of valor… Calling all film lovers! Your pass for the 2013 PT Film Festival has never been more valuable because the Festival has expanded to 6 indoor venues. Of particular buzz is the elegant Silverwater Theatre, Port Townsend’s newest movie theatre. This premier venue sits atop the Silverwater Café with a gorgeous new screen and furniture to match. Be the first audience at 9am on Friday morning. With only 45 elegant seats, this promises to be a favorite, so get there early.
Passes are available online here: http://www.ptfilmfest.com/
Another new theatre opens at 9am Friday- the Broughton Theatre at Key City Public Theatre, 419 Washington St. Returning again this year is the Peter Simpson Free Cinema in the American Legion Hall, 209 Monroe St.- new entrance on Washington, thru the lobby. This theatre opens at 9:15am, as does the Rosebud Cinema. The Rose Theatre opens at 9:30am.
4pm opening ceremonies at Haller Fountain hosted by Joey Pipia welcomes back The Rakers and Hooray- a whole parade of Marilyn Monroes! The Lawn Chair Rhythm Planet Drill Team and Drum Core open our celebration of filmmakers who will illuminate the weekend with insights and stories on the set. With 92 films at nearly 70 screenings, you are going to have a great time deciding what to see next.
Come and participate in the 2013 Jefferson County Farm Tour! Each year the Farm Tour draws thousands of visitors eager to experience a working farm and connect with local farmers. With 24 Jefferson County farms participating in the tour you’ll meet many of the people that are part of our county’s thriving food system.
The farms on this free, self-guided tour span many production systems, including dairy, meat, fiber, fruit, vegetable and shellfish. Jefferson County Farms are located in and around Port Townsend, Marrowstone Island, Discovery Bay, Chimacum, Port Ludlow, and Quilcene.
Make the rounds of the Farm Tour by bicycle as part of the Edible Pedal, a co-sponsored event with Edible Seattle where cyclists can ride from farm to farm, all skill levels welcome! For more details about the Pedal and the Pig Roast please visit edibleseattle.com
For more information on the 11th Annual Jefferson County Farm Tour please visit jefferson.wsu.edu
The Wooden Boat Festival is a magical event, and nothing lets you feel the magic more than getting out on a boat! The festival provides several ways for you to get out rowing or sailing at no charge, but tips go to support youth sailing programs.
Sign ups start at 9:00 am for morning sails and noon for afternoon sails. Sign up EARLY; slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Row and Sail a Longboat
Sail a Thunderbird
Regattas and Races
Anyone interesting in racing aboard someone else’s boat should attend the skippers’ meeting(s)— boats are often looking for crew. Times for awards ceremonies will be announced at skippers’ meeting(s).