A new exhibition in the Peninsula College Longhouse Art Gallery is making history. The Native Student Art Exhibit, which showcases the works of Native student artists, is the first student show to be mounted in the Gallery, and it will be in place through July.
The Raymond Carver Festival will close on May 25 with a special traveling reading, “A Rouse for Ray,” from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The public is invited to travel along and celebrate.
Spring is here and so is Swing, which means it’s time to mark your calendars for two more great jazz concerts coming your way May 28 and June 4 at Peninsula College.
DROGHEDA, IRELAND – Former Peninsula College Pirate Dean Gaynor, who is now playing professional soccer in Ireland, helped his Drogheda United team defeat Longford Town 6-0 Tuesday as the Drogs began the defense of their EA Sports Cup title in spectacular fashion.
Peninsula College Creative Writing Students will take to the stage in the Little Theater on Wednesday, May 22, to share short stories, memoirs, poetry and humor they have written during the spring 2013 quarter.
Artists Alfredo Arreguin and Susan R. Lytle join Tess Gallagher on the stage of the Peninsula College Little Theater for an Art Slide Presentation and Conversation.
Peninsula College and Clallam Transit are working together to bring cleaner and greener fuel to the peninsula through propane-converted vehicles that can run on either regular gasoline or propane.
An art show dedicated to Raymond Carver opens in Peninsula College’s PUB Gallery of Art May 13. The exhibition is free to the public and will run until May 25.
Community residents are invited to a special celebration of Raymond Carver’s poetry on Monday, May 20, in the Raymond Carver Room at the Port Angeles Public Library, located at 2210 S. Peabody.
Peninsula College will host its annual Graduation Fair on Wednesday, May 15, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and again from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
A two-day Readers Theater on Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19, as part of the Raymond Carver Festival, spotlighting stories by Raymond Carver.
Community residents will have a unique opportunity to hear and meet Peninsula College’s Writers in Residence in two separate venues and attend a writing workshop, all on Wednesday, May 15.
Raymond Carver fans will have the opportunity to catch two special Raymond Carver Festival programs on Tuesday, May 14, at Peninsula College.
Australian film based on Raymond Carver short story to be shown this Friday, May 10th, at Peninsula College.