PLPA Featured in the Port Ludlow Voice

Port Ludlow Performing Arts was featured in the July 2020 issue of the Port Ludlow Voice. Not only did the publication’s Art Director Jay Syverson create this amazing cover featuring past PLPA performers, we were also given a two-page spread to offer a look back in time at the history of our organization (see HISTORY link on this website).

PLPA works closely with the Voice to promote its concerts, programs, and education outreach. The all-volunteer Voice staff puts together this monthly magazine to promote all Port Ludlow activities, and is especially responsive to helping arts organizations publicize their activities. For more information or to look at current and past issues, check out


by Peggy Welker, Publicity Chairperson

We all love to be entertained, whether it be a good movie (with popcorn, of course), a football game, a Broadway production, a National Geographic special, a reality TV show, or a great musical concert. It is our way of escaping the stress of everyday life that takes us to our own “happy place!” However, back in the early days of Port Ludlow, entertainment options were limited … Seattle was, and still is, a long way to go for a relaxing evening of entertainment. The internet was just gaining steam, there was no smart TV, and professional music groups had little motivation to come out to the peninsula!

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