Erin Hawkins

Sequim’s very own Kabob House

Where: 173 W. Washington St., Sequim Open: 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday; closed on Sundays Contact: 504-2598 Amalia Awawda never thought her Palestinian home cooking would… Continue reading

Sharing stories through art

When: July 5-Aug. 31 Where: Sequim Museum & Arts, 175 W. Cedar St., Sequim, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday contact: Local artist Priscilla Patterson aims… Continue reading

Emergency dispatch centers take steps toward unity

Emergency dispatch services for Clallam and Jefferson counties are getting closer to a regionalization shift. Clallam County Peninsula Communications (PenCom) and JeffCom 911 Communications —… Continue reading

Creating dirt therapy

Tenants of Sunbelt Apartments can enjoy fresh produce with a new community garden installed right in their backyard. On Friday, June 9, Windermere Real Estate… Continue reading

Middle and high school students offered free summer school courses

Students failing classes at Sequim Middle School and Sequim High School won’t have to worry about paying for summer school courses this year. Sequim High… Continue reading

Sequim Schools prepares for renovations

The Sequim School District is in the beginning stages of drafting a plan for school construction following the passing of the Capital Projects Levy. At… Continue reading

Take a ride, view the totems

Presented by Ben’s Bikes What: A self-guided bike tour of the Jamestown S’Klallam totems. Raffle and prizes. When: June 24-25 Contact: Ben’s Bikes, 683-2666 or… Continue reading

Tune into summer with Music in the Park

Sequim residents can kick off the summer season with a musical start. The Ciy of Sequim announced a new schedule and lineup of performances for… Continue reading

Boys & Girls Clubs offer free summer meals

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula are gearing up to serve summer meals for children 18 years of age and younger for… Continue reading

Local artist hosts solo show at Sequim Museum

Susan Spar’s ‘People, Places & Things of the Heart’ Art exhibit at the Sequim Museum & Arts, 175 W. Cedar St., Sequim Landscape demonstration 1-4… Continue reading

Local teen battles cancer, sets sights on firefighting

Curtis Beery plans to follow in the footsteps of his mother and father as firefighters on the Olympic Peninsula despite battling cancer. Curtis graduated from… Continue reading

New writers group hosts book launch

Celebrating the publication of “In the Words of Olympic Peninsula Authors” When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22, for socializing, program and readings at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Youth from across the peninsula play capture the flag

More than 70 youth from the Lower Elwha area to Port Townsend gathered at Carrie Blake Park to play capture the flag. The event was… Continue reading

Annual torch run carries on

Criminal Justice agencies across the Olympic Peninsula participated in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run from the National Park Service at Lake Ozette to Jefferson… Continue reading

Introducing Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

A 21st-century comedy presented by Olympic Theatre Arts When: June 9-25, 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays Where: Olympic Theatre Arts Center,… Continue reading

Sequim teen has global aspirations

Cathy Dao is not like most 18-year-old high school seniors. She moved to Sequim from Saigon, Vietnam, with her mother and father two years ago… Continue reading

Sequim School District decides on project manager

The Sequim School District has decided on a project manager to head construction projects as part of the Capital Projects Levy that passed during a… Continue reading

Starting a new beginning: Local women aim to raise awareness for survivors of childhood sexual assault

For 12 years, something was eating at Shenna Younger to do something about her childhood experiences with molestation and rape. When she finally found the… Continue reading

New music group to focus on youth

Jazz and blues enthusiasts now have a way to play music and give back to the community. Solo artist “Jazzy” Judy Clark, musician Stirling Hall… Continue reading

Community garden blooming to life

What used to be a starting project at Carrie Blake Park 10 years ago is blooming back to life as volunteers work to create the… Continue reading