Anderson Lake High in Toxin

Port Townsend – Elevated levels of the potent nerve toxin anatoxin-a were detected in a water sample taken from Anderson Lake on Monday, April 25th. The toxin level is 1.30 micrograms per liter, which is just above the Washington State recreational criteria of 1 microgram per liter. The bloom of cyanobacteria in the lake contains toxin-producing species of algae, including Dolichospermum (formerly Anabaena) and Aphanizomenon. Anatoxin-a can result in illness and death in people and animals when ingested.

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Buy One — Get One Free

An offer to first time attendees

Port Ludlow Performing Arts has been bringing world class entertainment to this community for over 30 years. We would like to invite all new residents in Port Ludlow to attend one of our concerts to see what we are all about. Therefore, for any resident who has never attended a PLPA performance we are offering a buy-one/get-one-free ticket to one of our next two performances, which will be the last of this season:

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