Sequim Gazette Staff

Pianist Petrova plays for Port Angeles Symphony fundraiser

Bulgaria-born pianist Anna Petrova is returning for a special event Friday, March 16, in support of the Port Angeles Symphony, which hosted her performance to… Continue reading

Portfolios due for local art scholarships

Each year the Olympic Peninsula Art Association offers scholarships to students interested in pursuing a career in visual arts, art education, or commercial art. The… Continue reading

Washington jobs report delivers promising start to new year

Washington’s economy added 6,800 jobs in January and the state’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate came in at 4.7 percent, according to the Employment Security… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: Pirates fall in NWAC tourney to top-ranked Upmqua

A season that saw Peninsula College’s women rebound from a forgettable start to qualify for the NWAC tournament ended last week in a loss to… Continue reading

Women’s soccer: Pirates top WWU in spring scrimmage

Two Northwest college soccer powerhouses, the 2016 national champion Western Washington University Vikings, and the 2016 Northwest Athletic Conference champion Peninsula Pirates, met for a… Continue reading

Workshop turns cheese graters to owls

To encourage participation in the Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Craft’s Innovative Reuse Showcase (May 4-6), several spring workshops have been devised for creative folks… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice’s grief support group starts March 12

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County offers a grief support group this month. A grief recovery group facilitated by Debby Smith starts Monday, March 12, and… Continue reading

Basketball: Frank’s Edward Jones takes city hoops title

Frank’s Edward Jones edged Carlsborg Shell 69-64 to take the Silver Division of the Port Angeles City and Parks & Recreation men’s league title on… Continue reading

Battle of the Books culminates on March 16

Are you ready to read? Battle of the Books, a year-long collaborative project between NOLS and eleven schools from around Clallam County, comes to a… Continue reading

Competition fierce at OPRA’s ‘Sasquatch Showdown’

The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association held “The Sasquatch Showdown,” its first Ergometer Regatta/Sprints, on Feb. 24 at the Landings Mall in Port Angeles. The regatta… Continue reading

Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge seeking new volunteers

The Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is currently seeking volunteers to assist visitors and staff. Primary duties include greeting visitors and providing information about the refuge’s… Continue reading

Free tax preparation continues at Shipley Center

IRS-certified AARP TAX-AIDE volunteers continue to prepare and electronically file tax returns at the Shipley Center in Sequim. This quality tax preparation service is free… Continue reading

Master Gardener to give tips on ‘salsa gardens’

Elaine Webber, a WSU Clallam County Master Gardener, will provide tips for growing ingredients for fresh salsa at noon on Thursday, March 8, in the… Continue reading

Master Gardeners to start 2018 Youth Enrichment Program in local schools

The WSU Clallam County Master Gardeners will be visiting second grade classes throughout the county from March 7-May 16 to deliver an elementary gardening lesson… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Peninsula caps season win home victory

North Region standings (final) Team Rec. Over. Everett 13-1 25-4 Peninsula 9-5 19-10 Edmonds 8-6 20-9 Bellevue 7-7 18-11 Whatcom 6-8 13-14 Shoreline 5-9 8-16… Continue reading

Mid-April deadline for professional educators grant

The Beta Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma announces their April 15 grant deadline for professional educators. These are continuing education grants from the Helen… Continue reading

Multiple-season deer, elk hunting tag deadline looms

Deer and elk hunters have until March 31 to enter their names into the drawing for a 2018 multiple-season tag, which can greatly increase the… Continue reading

PC puts on ‘Panic! At the Chalet’ for Find Your Voice Play Festival

This year’s Find Your Voice Play Festival, running March 13-16, features an original play written, directed, designed, managed and performed by Peninsula College students. “Panic!… Continue reading

Peak Performance Therapy claims top spot in volleyball league

Peak Performance Therapy defeated KR3W 25-14, 27-25 in the championship match to win the 2018 Peninsula Volleyball League title on Feb. 22. The team is… Continue reading

Pinewood derby fundraiser is for the adults

As a “FUNraiser” for the Boy Scouts of America through the Friends of Scouting campaign, community members are invited to take part in the annual… Continue reading