Sequim Gazette Staff

Men with Guitars groups return to Sequim stage

The ever-popular Men with Guitars concert is back in 2019, helping support the Mujeres de Maiz Opportunity Foundation, at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at… Continue reading

Milestone: Newblom’s ‘Lighthouse Fly Over’ labeled a winner

This one’s a “keeper.” Sequim resident Bill Newblom saw his photo entry “Lighthouse Fly Over” take top honors out of a field of more than… Continue reading

Prep sports: SHS boys golf wins, baseball and girls golf fall

SHS golf splits After a one-week respite, Sequim’s boys golf squad got back to its winning ways with a 160-209 victory (low score wins) at… Continue reading

Revamped website helps ONP campers set reservations

The Olympic National Park Wilderness Information Center transitioned to an online reservation system through recreation.gov on March 18. The new online reservation system allows backpackers… Continue reading

Sequim sets 2019 Music in the Park lineup

Eleven musical groups headline this year’s Music in the Park concerts in Sequim. In all, 20 bands applied to perform during this year’s City Arts… Continue reading

Clallam County Sheriff’s Office adds two deputies

On March 29, Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict swore in Erika Andrews as a Corrections Deputy and Kevin Gleason as a Patrol Deputy. Andrews grew… Continue reading

Science Café to examine tsunamis, earthquakes in Cascadia Subduction Zone

Michael Machette presents “Tsunamis and Earthquakes on the Cascadia Subduction Zone” at the next Sequim Science Café, set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, at… Continue reading

In Basho’s Footsteps: Traveling Through Japan in Cherry Blossom Season

Traveler’s Journal When: 7 p.m., Thursday, April 4 Where: Guy Cole Event Center, 202 N. Blake Ave. Cost: Suggested $5 donation (adults); 18 and younger,… Continue reading

Get training to help in oiled wildlife emergencies

The Clallam County Marine Resources Committee, Surfrider Foundation and Focus Wildlife will offer a free training class in oiled wildlife response from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.… Continue reading

Annual halibut seminar to feature Sequim’s Beath

John Beath, a Sequim resident and Alaska fishing guide, tackle manufacturer and author, offers “Top 10 Tactics for Catching Halibut in the Strait of Juan… Continue reading

Comments sought for Olympic National Park fire plan

The National Park Service invites the public to review and comment on a revised Wildland Fire Management Plan for Olympic National Park. “The need for… Continue reading

Girls tennis: Sequim nets big wins over NK, Olympic

Olympic League standings Team Rec. Sequim 8-0 North Kitsap 7-1 Olympic 4-2 Kingston 4-3 Port Angeles 4-3 North Mason 3-5 Chimacum 1-6 Bremerton 1-6 Klahowya… Continue reading

Golf: SHS boys continue streak on links

One Sequim squad is back on track while another keeps its unbeaten streak alive. The Wolves swept both boys and girls matches against Port Angeles… Continue reading

History Tales to feature ‘Hands on History’ student presentations

The North Olympic History Center/Clallam County Historical Society hosts the second-annual Hands on History presentations at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at the Lincoln Center,… Continue reading

Libraries host virtual reality experiences

Virtual Reality is coming to the North Olympic Library System. After a kick-off event on Wednesday, March 27, adults and teens 13 and older can… Continue reading

OTA production of ‘First Date’ is cast, in rehearsal

The show, as the idiom goes, must go on — even after a snow-laden interruption. Originally set to stage in February, when snowstorms blanketed the… Continue reading

Physicians fund seeks to help students in medical fields

Clallam County Physicians Community Benefit Fund is accepting applications for academic scholarships in medically related fields and medically related community grants to be awarded in… Continue reading

Sequim City Band, PAHS Wind Ensemble unite for free concert

Sequim City Band 2019 ‘Concerts at the James’ series Note: All concerts are at The James Center just north Carrie Blake Community Park, 202 N.… Continue reading

Shakespearean Renaissance Faire at Olympic Theatre Arts

Olympic Theatre Arts is expanding its yearly Shakespearean reader’s theater production into a full scale Renaissance Faire this year. The festivities begin on Friday, April… Continue reading

M.E. Bartholomew presents a workshop titled “Using Love To Improve Your Life” at the Sequim’s Toastmasters Club’s 2nd Tuesday Featured Speaker Series on April 9 in Sequim. Submitted photo

Toastmasters speaker to offer ‘Using Love to Improve Your Life’

M.E. Bartholomew presents a workshop titled “Using Love to Improve Your Life” at the second Tuesday Featured Speaker Series sponsored by Sequim’s Toastmasters Club. The… Continue reading

M.E. Bartholomew presents a workshop titled “Using Love To Improve Your Life” at the Sequim’s Toastmasters Club’s 2nd Tuesday Featured Speaker Series on April 9 in Sequim. Submitted photo