Voice Works – Centrum
VOICE WORKS ARTICLES
Voice Works – Centrum…..Friday night at the Wheeler is a show that you don’t want to miss. “Blood Harmony: Mothers and Fathers and Daughters” is a Voice Works concert featuring family members singing together, showing how people who were raised with the same accent, the same phrasing and intonation, the same genes, are capable of blending two and…
Voice Works – Centrum…..As part of 2016 Voice Works, Centrum and the Port Townsend Film Festival are delighted to present The Winding Stream, the story of the Carter Family that began in the hills of Virginia and led to the first real super stars of American country music. We will screen the film at the Joseph Wheeler Theater…
Voice Works – Centrum…..Honky-Tonk Polka Dot Dance Join us Saturday, July 2, at 8:00 p.m. in the USO Building at Fort Worden! Tickets $15 (sold at the door only) Featuring Petunia and the Vipers with a beer garden and a nice wooden dance floor. Wear your Polka Dots! About Petunia – acoustic guitar, vocals, yodeler, trumpeter Spending the early part…
Voice Works – Centrum…….We’re getting close to June 28 to July 3 when we gather at Fort Worden in Port Townsend for Voice Works – our summer week of singing – and the program is shaping up nicely. There’s a plethora of opportunities for harmony singing, with a duet session held each period of the day: Duets from…
Voice Works – Centrum…..Before Laurie Lewis and Kathy Kallick became the highly respected and successful singers, songwriters, and bluegrass bandleaders they are today, they were founding members of the groundbreaking northern California band the Good Ol’ Persons. Although Laurie remained in that group for only a short while before moving on to lead her own bands, she and…
Voice Works – Centrum…. Mollie O’Brien and her husband, guitarist Rich Moore, have for nearly 30 years quietly made it their mission to find, mine and reinvent other artists’ songs. They are geniuses at the craft of interpretation in the way that great singers, since the beginning of popular American music, have made the songs of their era their own. As songwriters they…
Fireworks on the Beach
“Old School” 4th of July
Celebrating Interdependance, JeffCo Style
Monday, July 4, 2016
Fireworks on the Beach. The “Old School” 4th of July is back for a 2nd round of homespun antics!
The 2016 event features an amazing lineup of live music, food vendors, beer garden, car show, hot air balloon, field games, free rootbeer floats, mini golf and tug of war, culminating in an epic display of fireworks.
Schedule of Events
4:00 PM – Event begins
4:15 PM – National Guard Dixieland Jazz Band
5:15 PM – National Anthem + 1000 Free Root Beer Floats served
5:30 PM – Stars of Tomorrow Winners
6:00 PM – Kevin Mason & the PT All-Stars
7:00 PM – Tug of War + The Unexpected Brass Band
7:20 PM – Kevin Mason & the PT All-Stars, 2nd Set
8:00 PM – Pie Eating Contest
8:20 – 50/50 Raffle + Awards
8:25 PM – Community Photo – David Conklin
8:30 PM – Canon & the Lion of Judah
10:10 PM – FIREWORKS
We are still seeking community support!
If you can, donate:
The Chamber is seeking individual contributions to help pay for live music, port-a-potties, event coordination and other expenses. To help ensure the success and annual return of this event, consider making a donation today: www.jeffcountychamber.org/4th or drop by any Kitsap Bank with your donation. Custom T-shirts will also be available to buy at the event, which will help cover the costs of production.
Anything from $10 and up helps make this free community celebration possible!
Event parking will be available on the Parade Grounds for a suggested donation of $5 per vehicle. Discover passes will not be required to park in the Parade Grounds but will be required for all parking areas managed by State Parks.
Sign up to volunteer:
Click on the links below to learn more about each volunteer position and to sign up. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
RACE TO ALASKA
750 miles, no motors, no support, all the way to Alaska.
Coast Artillery Museum – Port Townsend
On January 1, 2016 CAM will once again be participating in the State Parks First Day Hike Program. Coast Artillery Museum – Port Townsend. We’ll be starting near Battery Randol/Memory’s Vault at the top of Artillery Hill. This year we’ll be doing it a little differently. We’ll give a brief historical talk, then provide people with a pamphlet that provides a self-guided walking tour. That way people can take as long as they want, and cover as much of the area as they’d like. We’ll also provide at least one guided tour at 1 PM, plus additional talks and self-guided tour information as people show up until 3PM. Bring a flashlight if possible, cell phone flashlights will do, and people can share a light if necessary.
Coast Artillery Museum – Port Townsend. If we have enough volunteers current plans are to also have the Harbor Entrance Control Post open for tours, and we may start everything there. If so there will be signs directing people to the HECP from Memory’s Vault, it’s about 100 yards away.
The museum is located in Building 201 (one of the original 1904 Barracks) next to the Park Office at Fort Worden. It is open 365 days/year 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend we have extended hours on Fridays and Saturdays: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Admission: Effective April 1, 2013 rates are $4 adults, $2 ages 6-12, and a $10 family value package covering 2 generations. Admission is free for children ages 5 and younger and active duty service members. Effective August 15, 2014 partners and dependents of active duty military service members pay half price. Group rates are available for students, scouts and similar organizations by prior arrangement. Please Contact the Museum.
Help support Washington State Parks, purchase a Discover Pass. Passes are available at (click on the names for a Google Map) the Friends of Fort Worden Gift Shop (in their new location), the Coast Artillery Museum at Fort Worden, the Marine Science Center at Fort Worden, the Registration Desk in the Commons, and some other Fort Worden Partners for $30 without any additional charges so you save $5. Because the Partners sell the Pass at cost without any markup, some only take cash or checks. The Coast Artillery Museum, the Gift Shop and the Registration Desk in the Commons can accept credit cards.
Visit Fortworden.org for information about accommodations and events at the Fort.
Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day the Harbor Entrance Control Post will be open for tours on Saturdays from 11 AM to 3 PM, and there is a free, guided Walking Tour of Artillery Hill beginning at 1 PM on Saturdays, starting in the grassy field near Battery Randol. The walking tour covers 1-1.5 miles and can last up to 2 hours if people are interested, but you’re welcome to join up or leave at any time. A flashlight is advised, but not required. Donations are always appreciated, we have a box at the HECP when it’s open, and always at the Museum. Occasional extra days are scheduled, please see our Upcoming Events page for details.
The tours are also available for groups at any time by special arrangement, please call the Museum at (360) 385-0373 to discuss it. For those unable to walk to the top of the hill, you can check in at the Park office and present a Washington State disabled parking pass or equivalent to make arrangements to drive to the top of the hill. You will still need to be able to navigate uneven ground and some stairs to make the tour itself.
200 Battery Way
Port Townsend, WA 98368
Port Townsend Aero Museum
|Port Townsend Aero Museum. The Port Townsend Aero Museum preserves aviation history in the Pacific Northwest. Located 45 miles northwest of Seattle, flanked by the Olympic Mountains and the Puget Sound, the museum contributes to a vibrant community. Our youth mentorship program is second to none. Young adults participate in all aspects of operations, including restoration and flight activities. Our collection includes a variety of antique and classic aircraft. We regularly fly those aircraft that are safe and airworthy. Restorations are performed in-house by an expert group of mechanics and volunteers. Our shop also performs contract restoration work. The museum is publicly owned and receives no tax-based funding. If you like our program, please consider contributing.
Thank you for visiting!
|The Port Townsend Aero Museum began operations in 2001, founded by experienced aircraft restorers Jerry and Peggy Thoutte. With an initial donation of six flying antique aircraft and several restoration projects, the museum quickly attracted a group of dedicated young volunteers. The youth mentorship program grew alongside the collection.|
|The museum was originally based out of a scattering of hangars at the west end of the airport. Fundraising for a new building was a major undertaking, with proceeds coming from contract work, rummage sales, online auctions and individual donations. After seven years of hard work by museum volunteers and contributers, along with generous support from the community and local contractors, we were proud to open our new $3.5 million facility to the public in the summer of 2008. Work has now begun on a restoration shop near the new buildling. Plans are in place for continued expansion over the next several years.|
|Several hundred young adults have participated in the mentorship program over the years. Our aircraft collection continues to grow. We fly our airplanes regularly, visiting select events during the airshow season. We are a dynamic organization serving our community and the greater Puget Sound region. We invite you to stop by and see for yourself!|
May 2016 Events NW Maritime Center
May 2016 Port Townsend Events
Our favorite place to dine in Port Townsend
Located in Historic Uptown
1020 Lawrence Street
Port Townsend, WA
We are open Tuesdays – Saturdays. Closed on Sundays and Mondays. We open at 5:00 pm.
Our phone # is 360-379-1900. Please call after 3 to make your reservation. We do not take reservations left on our answering machine.
We hope to see you soon!
Steve and Lori
Menu – April 2016
Tomato Salad & Baguettes
Roma Tomatoes, fresh basil, fresh garlic and olive oil on top of toasted baguettes
Salami, prosciutto, provolone, roasted garlic, roasted eggplant, roasted red peppers, gorgonzola, kalamata olives
Calabrian Salad $12.50
Fresh Romaine tossed with garbonzo beans, mozzarella, red onion, olives, tomato and salami
Florio Salad $13.00
Warmed spinach with prawn, sausage, green pepper, mushrooms and mozzarella
Roasted Vegetable Salad $11.50
Roasted Red pepper, mushrooms, artichokes, zucchini and feta cheese served over spinach
Joe’s Gorgonzola Chicken Caesar Salad $13.00
Served with choice of soup or salad
Spaghetti and Meatballs $16.50
Topped with Grandma Gloria’s meatballs or Papa Joes Italian Sausage
Spaghetti Puttanesca $16.50
Kalamata olives, capers, anchovies and red pepper in a zippy spicy red sauce
Penne Bella $20.00
Wild Mexican prawns, Italian sausage, goat cheese, sundried tomatoes, green onion garlic cream
Tortellini Carl Vella $18.50
Tortellini, prosciutto, peas in a garlic cream sauce
Penne with Sausage, Mushrooms and Spinach $17.00
Hearty red sauce with sausage, mushrooms and spinach
Angel Hair Pomodoro $16.50
Roma tomato, olive oil, fresh basil and fresh garlic
Lasagna Formaggio $17.50
Fresh pasta layered with zucchini, spinach, artichoke hearts, mozzarella and ricotta
baked in a tomato cream sauce
Linguine Luna $18.50
Steve’s smoked salmon, sundried tomatoes, green onions in a feta cream sauce
Tortellini Carne $18.50
Tortellini tossed with a meat and sausage red sauce
Served with choice of soup or salad
Chicken Picatta $19.00
Draper valley farms chicken breast, capers, lemon, artichoke hearts, sundried tomatoes served over pasta
Chicken Marsala $19.00
Draper valley farms chicken breast, mushrooms, green onion, roma tomatoes in a marsala red sauce over pasta
Pollo Bolognese $19.50
Gina Lanza’s famous chicken breast topped with prosciutto and provolone baked in a marsala cream over pasta
Bistecca Stefano $27.00
Blue Mesa Natural rib eye grilled, topped with gorgonzola and served with pasta marinara
Scampi Pasenelli $23.00
Wild Mexican prawns , garlic, white wine and butter served over pasta with steamed spinach
Sausage, Pepperoni, Mushroom and olives
Small $14.50 Large $22.00
Mushrooms, red onions, black olives, bell pepper and fresh tomatoes
Small $13.00 Large $20.00
Olive oil, mozzarella, red onion, Kalamata olive and artichoke hearts No sauce!
Small $12.00 Large $19.00
Italian Sausage, Artichoke hearts, red onion, and roasted garlic
Small $15.00 Large $22.00
Calzone Del Mare
Smoked Salmon, wild prawn, pesto, mozzarella and ricotta
Artichoke hearts, prosciutto, fresh basil, mozzarella and ricotta
Pepperoni, Black Olives, Mushrooms, Italian Sausage, Red onion, Green Peppers, Artichoke Hearts, Diced Roma Tomato, Salami, Feta, Roasted Red Peppers, Sundried Tomatoes, Roasted Garlic, Roasted Eggplant, Prosciutto, Zucchini,
Elevated Ice Creams
Swiss Orange Chocolate