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Massage at Fort Worden
Mar. 1 – Dec. 31 (Daily)
Madrona MindBody Institute
Yoga & Movement Classes
Mar. 1 – Dec. 31 (Daily)
Madrona MindBody Institute
Oct. 3 – Oct. 24 (Wednesdays)
PTSA Downtown Gallery; 236 Taylor St.
6-7:30

Fort Worden: A Historic Gathering Place
VIDEO
Fort Worden: A Historic Gathering Place
Oct. 4 – Nov. 1 (Thursdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
10 AM-1 PM

Oct. 10 – Oct. 24 (Wednesdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
9 AM-4 PM

Oct. 16 – Oct. 30 (Tuesdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
9 AM-4 PM

Oct. 16 – Nov. 13 (Tuesdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
Oct. 26
Port Townsend School of the Arts
6-9 PM

Fort Worden Beaches and Bunkers
VIDEO
Fort Worden Beaches and Bunkers
Peppino D Agostino
Oct. 26
Rainshadow Recording
Oct. 27
Trail Team Work Party
Friends of Fort Worden State Park
9:30 am - noon

. Meet at the center (waterside) restroom area at 9:30. Working with Washington Native Plant Society to remove invasive dune grass. For more information contact Jan at janorth@olympus.net
Oct. 27
Port Townsend School of the Arts
1-4 PM

Naomi Siegel Jazz Ensemble
Oct. 30
Rainshadow Recording
7:30pm

Fusing folk melodies with fantastical soundscapes and tight grooves, she performs her own style of indie-folk/pop/jazz.
RV Camping at Fort Worden
VIDEO
RV Camping at Fort Worden
Dayna Kurtz w/Robert Mache
Nov. 3
Rainshadow Recording
7:30pm

Dayna Kurtz’s diverse vocals feel both old and new, recalling Nina Simone of yesteryear.
Nov. 3 – Nov. 4
Port Townsend School of the Arts
9 AM-4 PM

Nov. 6 – Nov. 7
Port Townsend School of the Arts
10 AM-4 PM

Nov. 7 – Dec. 19 (Wednesdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
2-5 PM

Nov. 8 – Nov. 29 (Thursdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
10 AM-1 PM

Fort Worden Hike
VIDEO
Fort Worden Hike
Nov. 8 – Dec. 6 (Thursdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
10 AM-Noon

Nov. 10
Port Townsend School of the Arts
1-4 PM

Nov. 10 – Nov. 11
Port Townsend School of the Arts
9 AM-4 PM

Nov. 11
Fort Worden Chapel
3PM

The Northwest Coastal Explorer (lecture and book signing) Bob Steelquist, Author Admission: $5 (students, teachers FREE) Robert Steelquist is a native Pacific Northwest writer, naturalist, and environmental educator with a 30-year career introducing young and old to the nature of the Northwest. He has led hundreds on nature walks, backpacking trips, tall ship trainings, river floats, teacher workshops, archaeology field schools, and other outdoor learning adventures. With a practiced eye and patient voice he leads us to see the world around us, understand and experience its wonders. He lives in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains, near Blyn, Washington. His latest book, The Northwest Coastal Explorer, was published by Timber Press in 2016. He served as Education Coordinator for NOAA’s Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary until retiring in 2014. More info: http://blog.pencol.edu/robert-steelquist-curious-by-nature/ Contact: robertst@olypen.com This is the
Nov. 12 (Mondays)
Madrona MindBody Institute
5:30-6:30pm

Yoga Classes that Benefit Our Community!
Old Growth Quartet
Nov. 13
Old Growth Quartet
Rainshadow Recording
7:30pm

Traditional and original music with deep roots in bluegrass, country, and folk.
Nov. 13 – Dec. 11 (Tuesdays)
Port Townsend School of the Arts
1-3 PM

Nov. 17
Port Townsend School of the Arts
1-4 PM

Nov. 17
Port Townsend School of the Arts
3-5 PM

Nov. 22
Thanksgiving Day Buffet
Fort Worden
Freebo & Alice Howe
Nov. 27
Freebo & Alice Howe
Rainshadow Recording
7:30pm

Freebo and Alice Howe present a unique study in contrasts, bringing together a venerable music icon and a talented newcomer.
Nov. 30
Port Townsend School of the Arts
2-5 PM

Nov. 30 – Dec. 4
Madrona MindBody Institute
Dec. 1
Port Townsend School of the Arts
1-4 PM

Dec. 8 – Dec. 9
Port Townsend School of the Arts
10 AM-4 PM

Dec. 10 (Mondays)
Madrona MindBody Institute
5:30-6:30pm

Yoga Classes that Benefit Our Community!
Dec. 11
Port Townsend School of the Arts
4-6 PM

Jan. 13
Fort Worden Chapel
3PM

Lecture: Big Science in Our Small Ocean Professor Jan Newton, Ph.D Senior Principal Oceanographer, Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington Admission: $5 (students, teachers FREE) Jan Newton has for many years been observing Puget Sound and coastal Washington. She is a passionate advocate for preserving and restoring this rich ecosystem, through both State and Federal programs. Hands-on, she has harnessed a raft of new technologies to make crucial observations, sustained over many years. These are needed to understand how our ’home’ ocean is changing, and how its health can be restored. She is a biological oceanographer with the Applied Physics Laboratory of University of Washington, currently studying ocean acidification in this region, and its connections to global climate change. Jan serves as co-director of the recently established Washington Ocean Acidification Center, which operates from the College of the Environment, and is also Executive Direc
Matt Miner Presents: Buddy Mondlock
Jan. 19
Matt Miner Presents: Buddy Mondlock
Rainshadow Recording
7:30pm

Renowned singer-songwriter to perform at Rainshadow Recording
More Activities
Take a whale watching or sunset cruise
Sing around a fire circle in the evening
Visit the Coast Artillery Museum and learn about the Triangle of Fire
Fly a kite in the parade grounds
Walk out over the water on our wharf and dock
Search the sky for bald eagles and other native birds
Relax with a massage or yoga class
Moor your boat at our facilities
Enjoy the Point Wilson lighthouse and watch large ships sail by
Play croquet, ultimate Frisbee or soccer on the parade grounds
Learn about Hope, the Orca stranded on the North Olympic Peninsula
Beachcomb on two miles of shoreline
Rent a bike, kayak or rowboat
Explore dark tunnels in old gun batteries
Explore marine and natural history exhibits
Enroll in a program or attend an event (see below)
Watch the sunrise or the sunset on the beach