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Four days of music, arts and fun! Beer/Wine Tent Free Kids Activities Artisan Street Fair After Hours Shows Four Stages Free Shuttle TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION ONLINE AT WWW.JFFA.ORG A special supplement produced by Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette


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You can purchase two types of Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts (JFFA) tickets: An all-festival pass, which gets you into all four days of the festival and is your best deal, or a daily ticket. Tickets also can be purchased at any JFFA ticket venue during the festival. Children 12 and younger always receive free admission. Tickets are half price with a valid student ID. (Only available at Port Book and News, 104 E. First St. in Port Angeles, Joyful Noise Music Center, 112 W. Washington St. in Sequim and at the festival gate from May 26-29.)

TICKET PRICES All-festival pass — all FOUR days of the festival and After-Hours shows $60 in advance (only $15 per day) through Thursday, May 25 $75 at the gate

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All-festival passes must be exchanged for festival wristbands, which will be available at the festival’s ticket booth Friday, May 26, starting at noon and Saturday, May 27, starting at 10:30 a.m.

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Nathan Shields designed the 2017 Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts poster. Shields developed his interest in art growing up in the Northwest. He taught high school mathematics in southwest Washington before becoming a full-time dad and making pancake artwork on the side. Shields lives in Port Angeles with his wife and two children.

Passes can be purchased online at www.jffa.org with your Visa or MasterCard credit or debit card. Or phone 360-457-5411. Passes also can be purchased at the following locations: u Port Book and News, 104 E. First St., Port Angeles. Phone 360-452-6367. u Joyful Noise Music Center, 112 W. Washington St., Sequim. Phone 360-683-0129.

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FESTIVAL STAGE SCHEDULE FRIDAY, MAY 26

8:30 p.m. — BC World Music Collective

CHAMBER STAGE 5 p.m. — Hadassah Grace 5:45 p.m. — High Divide 7 p.m. — Twisted Roots 8:15 p.m. — Merideth Kaye Clark

CHAMBER STAGE Noon — Michael Stephen Rivers 1:15 p.m. — PoetryMusic 2:30 p.m. — Joy in Mudville 3:45 p.m. — Whiskey Minstrels 5 p.m. — Hiroya Tsukamoto 6:15 p.m. — Alex Zerbe 7:30 p.m. — Shot in the Dark 8:45 p.m. — David Jacobs-Strain

MAIN STAGE 5:15 p.m. — Jeff Scroggins and Colorado 6:45 p.m. — Achilles Wheel 8:30 p.m. — Ken DeRouchie Band

ELKS BALLROOM STAGE Noon — Ballet Victoria 1:30 p.m. — Watkins Glen 3 p.m. — Crushwater 4:30 p.m. — Polecat 6 p.m. — Dmitri Matheny

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MAIN STAGE 12:30 p.m. — Global Heat 2 p.m. — Cirque Love Love 3:30 p.m. — Michaela Anne 5 p.m. — Divinity Roxx 6:45 p.m. — The Paperboys 8:30 p.m. — Jesse Roper

MAIN STAGE 11:30 a.m. — Tall Tales: From Humble Heros 12:45 p.m. — Crushwater 2:15 p.m. — Polecat 3:45 p.m. — Dmitri Matheny 5:15 p.m. — Watkins Glen 6:45 p.m. — Too Loose Zydeco

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ELKS SECOND STAGE 12:30 p.m. — Whiskey Minstrels 1:45 p.m. — Alex Zerbe 3 p.m. — Hiroya Tsukamoto 4:15 p.m. — Shot in the Dark 5:30 p.m. — Michael Stephen Rivers

CHAMBER STAGE Noon — Divinity Roxx Workshop 2 p.m. — Jeff Scroggins and Colorado 3:15 p.m. — Kitty & the Rooster 4:30 p.m. — Kate Powers and David Rivers 5:45 p.m. — Merideth Kaye Clark 7:15 p.m. — Trio Voronezh 8:30 p.m. — The Edge Improv

ELKS SECOND STAGE 12:30 p.m. — Kate Powers and David Rivers 1:45 p.m. — Merideth Kaye Clark 3 p.m. — High Divide 4:15 p.m. — “Treasure Island” 5:30 p.m. — Hadassah Grace

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Juan de Fuca Festival workshops are held in the Vern Burton Community Center’s Workshop Room, 308 E. Fourth St. in Port Angeles, or weather permitting, in front of the center.

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3:30 p.m. — Poser Yoga — The practice of yoga can be beneficial in many ways — physically, mentally, spiritually and even socially! No experience necessary.

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10:30 a.m. — Poser Yoga 11:45 a.m. — Tai chi — Long-form tai chi with Bob Klein, a tai chi instructor for more than 25 years. No experience necessary. Noon ­— Divinity Roxx — Learn about music and what makes us unique as individuals and musicians. Roxx is a former musical director for Beyonce Knowles. This workshop will be held at the Nancy Vivolo/ 7 Cedars Casino Chamber Stage. Noon — Drumming Circle — Led by Zorina Wolf. Attendees are encouraged to bring percussion instruments. 2 p.m. — Puppeteering — Story hour with puppeteering by Lisa Mantchev, author of “Strictly No Elephants.” 2:30 p.m. — African Dance and drumming with Awal and Sheimawu Alhassan of Ghana — Learn the rhythms, passion and traditions of West African music. 4 p.m. — Limber for Lemurs — Family-friendly class explores the wonders of lemurs through movement, storytelling and play.

Divinity Roxx will teach what makes people unique as individuals and musicians during a Saturday workshop.

SUNDAY, MAY 28

10:30 a.m. — Poser Yoga 11:45 a.m. — Tai chi 4 p.m. — Drumming circle — Led by Erran Sharpe. Participants are encouraged to bring percussion instruments.

MONDAY, MAY 29

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JUAN DE FUCA FESTIVAL’S PERFORMERS At the end of each schedule entry is what day the performance will occur during the festival. The main schedule can be found on Page 3. The After Hours in the Clubs schedule is on Page 14. Note: Headliner performances appear in a gold font. ACHILLES WHEEL A recent winner of Northern California’s prestigious 2016 Band of the Year Award, hosted by Lake Tahoe’s KTKE 101.5 FM, California’s Achilles Wheel is a highenergy roots and world music/rock and roll band. The band is recognized for its award-winning songwriting, its versatility on numerous stringed instruments and the rhythmic earthquake of two full drum sets. Frequently compared to the Grateful Dead, (the band has done Grateful Dead tribute shows), they’ve been burning up festival stages at California Worldfest, Kate Wolf, Strawberry and many more. The band’s third CD, “Devil in the Yard,” is generating new interest in the band, with airplay nationwide as well as in Europe. “As expansive an achievement as ‘Devil in the Yard’ is, their improvisational expertise and interlocked dexterity makes their live shows a spectacular event on their own level. This album is about to make them some new lifelong followers,” according to www.gratefulweb.com. FRIDAY, AFTER HOURS ALEX ZERBE With captivating amounts of energy, Alex Zerbe moves like a rubber band from one end of the stage to the other. Beatboxing, juggling, dancing, singing, music and magic are just a few of the things that led Piers Morgan of “America’s Got Talent” to call him “the total package.”  Zerbe, the “professional zaniac,” who’s been cracking jokes on stage for almost 15 years, zigzags between

physical stunts and non-stop comedy. During the show vegetables are sliced in half by flying playing cards, flaming torches and bowling balls are juggled with ease and every audience volunteer leaves the stage in triumph.  A self-described “human cartoon,” Zerbe is a hacky sack world champion, was voted the “Pacific Northwest’s Funniest Prop Comic” and is currently ranked Seattle’s third best air guitarist. SUNDAY BALLET VICTORIA Well known for the virtuosity of its dancing, Victoria’s premiere ballet company, Ballet Victoria, can be found daily working away in their downtown Victoria studio — creating, training and rehearsing original works. Day by day, innovation is happening, quietly but insistently. Music inspires dancers to create beauty and harmony in their dance. Always searching for creativity, beauty and harmony, Ballet Victoria’s versatility is astonishing —  from Baroque music to rock, from opera to folk songs. The result is pure magic. Having produced more than 50 new works, Ballet Victoria is starting its 13th year with three world premieres.  The Juan de Fuca Festival will enjoy excerpts from the ballet’s remarkably rich oeuvre. Performances are sponsored by Denise Bennett and Sandra Tatro. SATURDAY, SUNDAY

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ALEX ZERBE BC WORLD MUSIC COLLECTIVE If ever there was a world music super-group, this would be it. The incredible 13-member band brings together musicians from Cuba, Mexico, Brazil, Africa, London and First Nations, all who now make their home in beautiful Vancouver, B.C. The project began in the summer of 2015, when the band’s artists were asked to come together to perform at the Vancouver Island Music Festival. After an intense week of rehearsals, the group made its first appearance on the main stage of the festival. They were such a sensation that they decided to turn this one-off project into one of the great world music bands playing today. BC World Music Collective is truly an exciting, pace-setting band with amazing talent. Performances are very much a collaboration that sees all the musicians playing with each other and backing each other up while singing songs and telling stories. BC World Music Collective will take you on a worldwide journey without you ever having to leave your home. SUNDAY  CIRQUE LOVE LOVE Cirque Love Love is a one-man-cabaret — juggling humor, lust and vulnerability. Come for the high-caliber circus, stay for the intrigue, leave when it’s over. Ty (Ty Vennewitz), short for Tyrannosaurus — tall by any other measure — has been performing original works for more than a decade. Join Vennewitz on his newest journey as he throws thoughts, spins stories and rolls the romances of his past into a circus extravaganza. The Cirque Love Love spectacle is set to original live music and classic pop which will tug at your heartstrings. Vennewitz’s story reminds us that we can’t escape the past, but we can laugh at it. He has performed his original material throughout the United States, Quebec, China and Dubai. >> FESTIVAL PERFORMERS continued on Page 7

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Content to be back in the Northwest, Vennewitz is currently a member of Acrobatic Conundrum and teaches circus at Le Cirque Centre in Ashland, Ore.   Cirque Love Love also will be performing three shows for students within the Port Angeles School District. (The performances are sponsored by the Port Angeles Education Foundation and First Federal.) SATURDAY  CRUSHWATER We are thrilled local favorite Crushwater is finally making a long-awaited debut at the festival. With a high-energy blend of original songs, visceral lyrics and rock n’ roll enthusiasm, it’s easy to see why crowds frequently get dancing right out of the gate. Songwriter, guitarist and lead singer Scott Sullivan has four original albums, and his songs have gained international acclaim after being featured in films and TV shows. Chandra Johnson on violin and vocals adds balance and elevates the songs and live shows with her virtuosic skill on violin and her sublime rootsy vocals while area favorite Casey Northern provides colorful rhythms on drums and entertains with his quick wit. Together this trio creates a band that takes the elements of classic songwriting and pushes it to the edge, often teetering on the brink of finely balanced chaos. SUNDAY

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DIMITRI MATHENY The San Francisco Chronicle calls Dimitri Matheny “one of the jazz world’s most talented horn players.” Acclaimed for his warm tone, soaring lyricism and masterful technique, American flugelhornist Matheny has been lauded as “one of the most emotionally expressive improvisers of his generation” by the International Review of Music. An honors graduate of the Berklee College of Music, Matheny vaulted onto the jazz scene in the 1990s as the protégé of jazz legend Art Farmer. Since then he has garnered critical acclaim and a loyal international following, touring extensively throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia.  With more than 100 recordings to his credit, Matheny has released 11 albums as a band leader. SUNDAY DIVINITY ROXX Perhaps best known for her time with Beyoncé Knowles, Divinity Roxx worked as Knowles’ bassist and musical director for more than five years including the Beyoncé Experience Live, the I Am Yours and I Am Sasha Fierce world tours. She has performed with Beyoncé at the White House for President Barack Obama, the Grammys, MTV Music Awards, “Ellen,” “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and “Saturday Night Live,” just to name a few. Prior to her work with Beyonce, Roxx spent five years touring with Victor Wooten, one of the world’s greatest bass players. Roxx has backed legends like Bela Fleck, Patti Labelle, Gladys Knight, Jay Z, Kanye West and many more. Despite appearances with so many iconic figures, it is in solo performances that Roxx shines the brightest. Her ability to simultaneously play bass guitar while fronting her own band has captivated audiences around the world. Her 2016 album, “ImPossible,” a winner at the Independent Music Awards, reflects an amazing range of styles including jazzy riffs, dub bass lines, hip hop, rock and straight-ahead R&B sensibilities. Roxx is also a remarkable inspirational speaker and workshop leader. Her workshop/class videos have received hundreds of thousands of hits on YouTube.  Roxx will be hosting a festival workshop (See Page 4 for details). SATURDAY

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GLOBAL HEAT Since 2006, Global Heat, featuring Justin Murta, has spread its brand of the new Seattle sound to diverse audiences around the world, from Seattle’s Intiman Playhouse to the Shanghai (China) International Music Festival. MC/b-boy Justin Murta has toured the world, performing with Usher and Chris Brown among others. Global Heat won the 2011 Jammin’ Challenge produced by Seattle Wave Radio and Hard Rock Cafe and has received awards from 4Culture, Seattle Next50 and Theatre Puget Sound. Formed as a collaboration of international musicians living in the Seattle area, band members have performed in more than 34 countries worldwide including tours of Japan, Thailand, Australia, Malaysia and Vietnam. Global Heat also will offer an African dance workshop taught by Awal and Sheimawu Alhassan of Ghana, performers with Global Heat and leaders of the Sohoyini African drum and dance ensemble.  Global Heat will perform three shows for Port Angeles School District students (sponsored by First Federal and the Port Angeles Education Foundation). SATURDAY

develop her music. FRIDAY, SATURDAY HIGH DIVIDE High Divide is a Seattle-based group with deep roots on the Olympic Peninsula.  Originally hailing from Sequim, the guys from High Divide have been making music together in various forms for more than a decade and just finished recording its debut album.  High Divide’s sound has been described as a harmony-driven, acoustic blend of Americana, folk rock and country. FRIDAY, SATURDAY

HIROYA TSUKAMOTO Hiroya Tsukamoto is an one-of-a-kind composer, guitarist and singer-songwriter from Kyoto, Japan. He began playing the five-string banjo when he was 13 and took up the guitar shortly after. In 2000, Tsukamoto received a scholarship to Berklee GEOFFREY CASTLE BAND College of Music and came to the United States. Legendary fiddler Geoffrey Castle has an amazing Tsukamoto formed a group in Boston called history in Port Angeles dating all the way back to the Interoceanico (inter-oceanic) which consisted of unique very first Juan de Fuca Festival. musicians from different continents including Grammy In recent years, he has become a well-loved Christmas nominee Colombian singer Marta Gomez. HADASSAH GRACE tradition with his annual show Geoffrey Castle’s Celtic The group released three records — “The Other Side of Hadassah Grace grew up in Senegal, West Africa, Christmas Celebration.  the World,” “Confluencia” and “Where the River Shines.” and moved to Port Angeles — her father’s hometown — Believe it not, this will be Castle’s first appearance at Tsukamoto released two solo albums, “Heartland” and in 2014. the festival with a full band in more than 15 years.   “Places,” on Japanese record label 333 Discs.   She graduated at 18 from Peninsula College last year. Castle is a pioneer on the electric six-string violin. He has been leading concerts internationally, including Grace is currently studying global politics and French From his beginnings as a street musician in New York several appearances at the Blue Note in New York City, at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina. City and Paris, Castle has risen to become one of the with his group and on Japanese National Television. Juan de Fuca Festival organizers first became aware of great showmen and master musicians on his instrument.   Tsukamoto performs more than 100 shows annually Grace when she performed at the Peninsula College A theme of Castle’s career is to destroy people’s across the U.S. and internationally. SUNDAY Talent Show in February 2016.  pre-conceived notions of what is possible on a violin, >> FESTIVAL PERFORMERS continued on Page 9 She won that contest and since then has continued to which he does every time he takes the stage. MONDAY

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JEFF SCROGGINS AND COLORADO A high-energy five-piece bluegrass band from Colorado, Jeff Scroggins and Colorado’s distinctive sound showcases an eclectic range of influences that marries second and third generation bluegrass, delivering an unique experience that captivates audiences and keeps them guessing. It’s a powerful, high-mountain “bluegrass explosion” that features world-class musicians, incredible vocals, a solid and energetic rhythm and an easy stage banter that delights listeners all over the world.  Fronted by two-time National Banjo Champion Scroggins, the band’s distinctive style is immediately recognizable due to Scroggins’ unique and diverse range of influences — from Don Reno to Eric Clapton.  His fiery style and lightning fast licks have earned him worldwide recognition and have left many a first-time listener in stunned disbelief.  The rest of the band certainly holds up their end of the band, to say the least, including Scroggins award-winning son Tristan on mandolin. FRIDAY, AFTER HOURS and SATURDAY JESSE ROPER With an explosive live show, the genuine quality and charisma of Jesse Roper’s versatile blues-rooted soul, rock and country funk is as approachable as his charm. Quickly gaining momentum, the wheels on Roper’s faithful van keep turning, chronicling a year of extensive touring and success as he becomes a major festival draw.  A native of Victoria, B.C., some may appreciate his throwback vibe akin to Stevie Ray Vaughan and vintage Texas blues. However, Roper’s music remains current, the organic

JESSE ROPER rawness of his vocals and guitar overshadowing any preconceived stereotypes made of blues musicians. His youthful energy captivates audiences while knockout live performances blow them away.

Incapable of holding back, Roper always delivers the show of his life whether headlining at major festivals in front of thousands or gigging all across the country. “This guitar god… is easily Victoria’s most popular performer,” said a review in the Victoria Times Colonist.    SATURDAY JOY IN MUDVILLE If you’re ever in Port Angeles wondering where everybody went, you may want to check out wherever Joy In Mudville is making the scene. The band features some of our favorite musicians with Jason Mogi on clawhammer banjo/acoustic and electric guitar/vocals, Kim Trennary on acoustic guitar/bass guitar/vocals and Paul Stehr-Green on bass guitar/vocals.   Joy in Mudville combines influences from old-time bluegrass, folk, rock, country, blues and funk. Whether an original tune, a driving barn-burner, some funk rock or one of many Grateful Dead covers, the music is super-high energy with tight harmonies, clever arrangements and grooves that make you wanna bust out those dancing shoes. SUNDAY, MONDAY

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KATE POWERS AND DAVID RIVERS Kate Powers (fiddle) and David Rivers (guitar) have been playing music together for a year. They initially joined forces to record Kate’s album, “Jump,” but since then have decided to continue playing concerts and dances as a duo. Their joint musical style is a powerful mix of bluegrass, Scottish, Irish, Cape Breton, old-time and some of Powers’ original compositions. SATURDAY >> FESTIVAL PERFORMERS continued on Page 10

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MERIDETH KAYE CLARK Merideth Kaye Clark is an artist, traveler, musician, KEN DEROUCHIE BAND songwriter, singer and actress. The Ken Derouchie Band is an eight-piece soul/R&B/ Originally from Kansas City, Clark earned a Masters funk/blues band featuring a crisp horn section, a tight in Musical Theatre at San Diego State University. rhythm section and amazing four-part vocals. Her career as a concert artist and musical theatre Influences for the band include everything from Aretha performer is extraordinary, having played many major Franklin and Lenny Kravitz to Steely Dan, Jill Scott roles from Nancy in “Oliver” at Seattle’s 5th Avenue to and Galactic. Elphaba in the first national tour of the Broadway Given the competition, a band has to put on one heck musical “Wicked.” of a show for The Oregonian to declare them “one of the Clark performs in many styles, including contemporary best live bands in the Northwest.” musical theatre, classical, Broadway standards, country, But the Ken DeRouchie Band has earned that accolade bluegrass and folk. and then some, building a devoted fan base with a partyShe is a multi-instrumentalist and can play anything starting mix of soul, R&B and funk. with strings.  Vocals, bass, keys, guitar, drums and a “dash of brass” For the Juan de Fuca Festival, Clark will perform Joni come together in a fresh and funky sound. FRIDAY Mitchell’s iconic “Blue,” album played from beginning to end in the original keys. FRIDAY, SATURDAY KITTY & THE ROOSTER Kitty & The Rooster is a wild and crazy rock ’n’ roll MICHAEL STEPHEN RIVERS duo from Vancouver, B.C., featuring Jodie Ponto banging “If it’s not good news, you need a new translation,” said on the cocktail kit and Vancouver guitar legend Noah Michael Stephen Rivers.  Walker. Best known on the Olympic Peninsula as the director They are known for their surf-tastic hooks, clever lyrics of the Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers, Rivers is also an and ridiculously fun shows. accomplished solo performer who regularly tours to the Walker (The Rooster) has played guitar all over the Midwest and performs in the Pacific Northwest.   world, from Turkey to Tokyo to New York City and, with He includes “old-time” favorite gospel hymns, singCR Avery, has played some of Canada’s biggest festivals. along songs and original tunes in his performance on Ponto (Kitty) keeps the beat with mad drumming and vocals, guitar and piano.   is also the photographer of hilarious band photos. Rivers has two CDs, “Iron Horse” and “My The accolades just keep on rolling for this fun and Father’s Face,” and is currently plotting a new CD and unique duo. SATURDAY and AFTER HOURS performances in the Midwest this summer. SUNDAY << FESTIVAL PERFORMERS continued from Page 9

MICHAELA ANNE Rooted in the Americana tradition, Michaela Anne’s songs evoke the ever-changing landscape of American life — blending country, soul and folk with heartfelt lyrics and a powerful vocal delivery. Her most recent album, “Bright Lights and the Fame,” was one of Rolling Stone’s “15 Great Country and Americana Albums You Didn’t Hear” in 2016, an honor she shared with folks like John Prine and Wynona Judd. Rolling Stone noted that it evokes “the country-rock sound of the Eagles and the emotional vocals of Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris.” A longtime New York resident, Michaela Anne moved to Nashville in 2014. SATURDAY MISSOULA CHILDREN’S THEATRE PRESENTS ‘RAPUNZEL’ Something new and exciting for the Juan de Fuca Festival will be a very special presentation of the children’s classic “Rapunzel,” led by the Missoula Children’s Theatre, the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre. How it works: A tour team comes to town with a set, lights, costumes, props and make-up — everything it takes to put on a play except the cast. The team holds an open audition and casts 50 to 60 local students to perform in the production. This project is a remarkable opportunity for young people who can gain growth in creativity, social skills, goal achievement, communication skills and self-esteem. The show is rehearsed for a week and then “Rapunzel” is brought to life on the Juan de Fuca stage. MONDAY >> FESTIVAL PERFORMERS continued on Page 11

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PAULA BOGGS BAND Paula Boggs and the six-piece Paula Boggs Band traverse jazz, world, rock and Americana. The band released its debut album “A Buddha State of Mind” in 2010 and “Carnival of Miracles,” produced by Grammy-winning Trina Shoemaker, in 2015. The band’s sound is Seattle-brewed soulgrass and the band has performed more than 50 shows throughout the country since releasing “Carnival of Miracles.” Boggs has an extraordinary background including a recent career as executive vice president and general counsel at Starbucks Corporation. Boggs also served eight years as an officer in the U.S. Army, earning Army Airborne Wings and a Congressional appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy. Boggs will be the featured speaker in recognition of Memorial Day. MONDAY POETRYMUSIC For more than 30 years, Chris Lee and Colleen O’Brien have been performing as a world class chamber jazz duo — currently as PoetryMusic, which is a project in which they perform poetry that is sung and set to music. Lee plays the vibraphone, box drum and frame drum, while O’Brien plays the cello and has a deep resonant voice perfect for jazz-style vocals.  Song lyrics are poems, everything from Maya Angelou to Robert Frost to Jack Kerouac to Shakespeare. Beautifully rendered into song and music, and supported by words and photography cast on a screen behind the performers, PoetryMusic creates a remarkable fusion of literature and music. SUNDAY, MONDAY POLECAT When Polecat had its very first rehearsal in 2010, some of the members hadn’t even met each other before, but you’d never guess it knowing that they’ve since played more than 400 shows bustling with chemistry and character. Each member comes from a different location and radically different musical backgrounds. However, when the music starts playing there is sense of unity in the band that clearly works in its favor. It seems like the band has been together since birth.   Polecat’s unique instrumentation allows it to blend genres including bluegrass, country, Celtic, rock, reggae and world music into its sound. The general appeal of Polecat comes from the band’s unique take on roots music and interactive and high-energy live shows. SUNDAY

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No previous experience is necessary, and no matter your size, flexibility (or lack of), age or fitness level, anyone can practice yoga. Are you nervous to try yoga for the first time? Give yourself a break, and don’t compare yourself to those who “know what they’re doing.”  Let yourself be a beginner, and remember that anyone who is good at what they do had to start at the beginning.  Bring your own yoga mat. A limited number of mats will be available if needed. Classes are brought to you by the wonderful instructor staff at Port Angeles’s Poser Yoga.  A special family-friendly class “Limber for Lemurs” will explore the wonders of lemurs through movement, storytelling and play. FRIDAY at 3:30 p.m.; SATURDAY and SUNDAY at 10:30 a.m.; MONDAY at 11:30 a.m.; and SATURDAY at 4 p.m. (Limber for Lemurs) SHOT IN THE DARK The members of Shot in the Dark found each other by individually answering the same Craigslist ad, all with a common love for singing a cappella music. Hailing from all over the U.S. and beyond, this is a truly unique group of musicians with backgrounds ranging from college a cappella and opera, to touring chorales, barbershop and musical theater. Founded in 2012, Shot in the Dark hit the ground running, placing as a finalist in the Lady Antebellum A Cappella Cover Contest in the band’s first year. The following year, Shot in the Dark received second

place and best arrangement at the Harmony Sweepstakes Pacific Northwest Regional. The group continues to evolve, even around careers, families and busy schedules. SUNDAY TALL TALES Johnny Appleseed, Pecos Bill, Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox — famous names from some of the tallest tales. Join storytellers as they spin a yarn about some of the humbler heroes from North American history.  From the mighty swings of John Henry to the bravery and daring of Molly Pitcher and Kate Shelly, these accounts will enthrall young and old as they delight in the exaggerations as well as discover the truth behind these tales.   Presented by the visiting artists from the Missoula Children’s Theatre. SUNDAY THE EDGE IMPROV Join The Edge Improv for an improvised evening of on-the-spot comedy, all from audience suggestion. For two laughter-filled decades, the nine-member troupe’s riotous antics have inspired rave reviews.  “Improv is like standing on the edge of a cliff and then jumping off. You leap and you hope you can fly,” said The Edge Improv co-founder Frank Buxton.  The audience is part of the show so climb on board for a wild and crazy ride. SATURDAY THE PAPERBOYS Vancouver, B.C.’s The Paperboys are back at the Juan

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In 1995, Trio Voronezh sprang onto the international stage after being discovered playing classical favorites and folk tunes in a Frankfurt, Germany subway station. Since then, Trio Voronezh’s remarkable career has included guest performances with top symphony orchestras in the U.S. and Europe — playing a unique repertoire of classical, popular and Russian folk music. Award-winning virtuosos of the Russian dombro, the bajan and the double-bass balalaika, Trio Voronezh is three players, alone on a large open stage, filling every crevice with their rich imaginatively conceived music. SATURDAY

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WHISKEY MINSTRELS Award-winning songsmith Bruce Coughlan and awardwinning multi-instrumentalist Nolan Murray team up to share music and stories from four decades on the road. Their music reflects years spent drawing influences from the tap-roots of roots music. WATKINS GLEN At times you’ll hear Celtic influences and stories Many historians claim that the Summer Jam at from Whiskey Minstrels’ times in the Highlands of Watkins Glen, held in 1973, was the largest music gathering of people in the history of the United States. Scotland, at other times, the bluegrass and country blues of journeys through the South. More than 600,000 people attended, well over All stories speak of a rich and colorful landscape that Woodstock’s 400,000 festival-goers.   has been laid out for these talented artists to interpret. This historic music festival featured just three Coughlan is a multi-faceted talent and great Canadian legendary bands — The Band, the Grateful Dead and the songwriter while Murray is a top 10 U.S. Grand Masters Allman Brothers. Gabe Johnson, guitarist for funk/rock band Elektrapod, and Top 10 U.S. National Fiddle champion. The men are also two-thirds of Port Angeles favorites, has gathered together some of the very best musicians Tiller’s Folly.  from the Central Oregon music scene with the intention This performance is sponsored by Sherie Maddox. of recreating some of the most authentic, inventive and SUNDAY compelling rock ’n’ roll music that ever lived.

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AFTER HOURS LOCATIONS u The Metta Room, 132 E. Front St.; 360-797-1113 u The New Moon Craft Tavern, 130 S. Lincoln St.; 360-452-4471 FRIDAY Metta Room — Achilles Wheel The New Moon — Jeff Scroggins and Colorado SATURDAY Metta Room — The Paperboys The New Moon — Kitty & The Rooster SUNDAY Metta Room — Too Loose Cajun/Zydeco Band The New Moon — David Jacobs-Strain For more After Hours in the Clubs information, visit www.jffa.org.

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HOW TO BECOME A JFFA PATRON The Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts invites you to become a “Patron of the Arts” and help continue the foundation’s mission to develop and promote the arts for the cultural, educational and quality of life benefits for the greater North Olympic Peninsula community. Patronage support benefits JFFA’s educational programs, season concerts and the festival itself. “Contributions are enormously important to the foundation’s success and its ability to provide great art programs,” said Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts Executive Director Dan Maguire. For more information about making a donation to the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts, visit www. jffa.org and click on the “Participate” tab and then “Want to become a patron of JFFA?”. Peninsula Daily News/Sequim Gazette


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