6/27/22, from Jefferson County Public Health:
Port Townsend, WA. Recent shellfish samples taken from Discovery Bay contained elevated levels of the marine biotoxin that causes Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning (DSP). As a result, the Washington State Department of Health has closed Discovery Bay beaches for recreational shellfish harvest for all shellfish species. Danger signs have been posted at public access points warning people not to consume shellfish from these areas.
Continue reading “Discovery Bay Shellfish Closure”
Thursday, June 30, 4-6pm
Continue reading “Wildfire Information Presentation”
Chief Brett Black
Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue
Also availabel on Zoom.
Ludlow Village Players is sponsoring a Master’s Class for anyone who has ever
been interested in acting or is currently acting. This class will be taught by
our Artistic Director Randy Powell. Randy has extensive theatre experience as
an actor, director and playwright.
Continue reading “Acting Up, A Master’s Class”
Port Ludlow’s very own improv group, Disorderly Conduct, returns to
the Beach Club on Saturday, June 25 at 7:00 p.m. .
Tickets are $10.00 at the door.
This event hosted by the Ludlow Village Players.
Continue reading “Comedy Improv is Back!”
6/17/22, from Jefferson County Public Health:
Port Townsend, WA. Recent shellfish samples taken from Quilcene Bay contained elevated levels of the marine biotoxin that causes Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning (DSP). As a result, the Washington State Department of Health has closed Quilcene Bay and Dabob Bay beaches for recreational shellfish harvest for all shellfish species.
Continue reading “Quilcene and Dabob Bay Shellfish Closure”
by Carol Riley, Copy Editor
Loyal readers of the Voice have come to expect our “center-
fold” Spotlight article to be about local community organizations that make a difference, entertain us, educate us.
This month’s Spotlight article has a much broader reach, a
world view. Elena Salaks, a Port Ludlow resident, shares
with us her heart-wrenching story of her journey to the
war-torn borders of Ukraine. In the telling, she says at one
point that “her heart hurt.” Our hearts will hurt as well as
we read about the experiences she had and the people she
met. Most of us cannot do what Elena was able to do—so
instead we do what we can do. We give financially, we
donate toiletries, we send clothes and shoes and other
needed items, and we pray.
Continue reading “Editorial”
by Barbara Berthiaume, Staff Writer
The Peninsula Support Organization is again sponsoring
the Cash for Platinum & Gold event. It will be held on
Saturday, June 25, in the Bay View room of the Beach
Club from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. At this event, interested sellers
can receive cash for their old, broken, or unwanted items
made of gold, sterling, or platinum.
Continue reading “Cash for Platinum & Gold”
The popular used book sale is returning.
— Fri, June 10, 3 pm to 6 pm and
— Sat, June 11, 10 am to 4 pm
Book choices will include
fiction, travel, philosophy, biography, cookbooks, and
more. CDs, DVDs, and an expanded children’s section
will also be featured.
Quimper UU Fellowship
2333 San Juan Ave
Port Townsend, WA 98368
- The price of most books will be $2
- After 3 pm on Saturday, a bag of books will cost $5
- This sale will be held indoors and, like many events,
may be affected by any prevailing Covid conditions in
- Masks and proof of vaccination are likely to be required.
- More info: a2206a|||plvoice|||org|||Used Book and Media
On Tuesday, June 14, Martha’s Book Group will
discuss Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro. It’s the
story of a sickly teenager, her reclusive neighbor, and
her artificial friend.
Continue reading “MBG: What Does It Mean To Be Human?”
Small-business or hobby-business owners often think they
don’t need a web site or social media presence, especially
if they aren’t selling online. But now, with cell phones
firmly established as “computers in everyone’s pocket,”
companies must assume potential customers are constantly
scrolling through their screens for information. And that
means companies must be easy to find online.
Continue reading “Building Online Resources for a Small Business”