Sequim Gazette Staff

Gill brings ‘Sing-A-Thon’ to peninsula libraries

Get ready to sing, clap, dance and spin along with award-winning musician and author Jim Gill as he visits libraries on the Olympic Peninsula this… Continue reading

KSQM sets annual Pet Lovers Week, Day

KSQM FM 91.5 radio’s annual Pet Lovers Week kicks off Sunday, Sept. 15. Running through Saturday, Sept. 21, KSQM will be all about critters, playing… Continue reading

Learn all about cover crops at Green Thumbs presentation

Veteran Master Gardener Bob Cain will provide information about what a cover crop or green manure is and how it fits into vegetable crop rotation… Continue reading

North Olympic Land Trust, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe seek funds to complete ‘River’s Edge’ conservation project

The North Olympic Land Trust and the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe have signed an agreement with a local landowner to jointly purchase and conserve 104 acres… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula students eye 2019 Battle of the Books program, competitions

Get, ready. Get set. Read! The Battle of the Books is a year-long collaborative project between the North Olympic Library System and schools from across… Continue reading

Peninsula College to host Compassionate Integrity Training

Peninsula College this fall will cohost a Compassionate Integrity Training program from 6-8 p.m. each Wednesday night, Oct. 2-Dec. 11, from in the ʔaʔk̓ʷustəƞáwt̓xʷ House… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony seeks to audition new players

The Port Angeles Symphony, a community orchestra that includes musicians from Sequim, Port Townsend and Port Angeles, will host auditions for new members this fall.… Continue reading

Sequim City Band preps ‘American Melodies’

The Sequim City Band cues up quintessential American music of the last century in its “American Melodies” concert, set for 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept.… Continue reading

Speaker series event to spotlight photos of ‘Father of Ecology’

Take a photo exploration of the origins of ecology in the Pacific Northwest in the 1930s with “A Whole New Tide Pool in Pacific Northwest… Continue reading

VHOCC sets community education, volunteer training series

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County is offering a Community Education and Volunteer (VHOCC) training series from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18, and running six… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week, Week 1: Taig Wiker

Class: Junior Team: Sequim High football Head coach: Erik Wiker Reason for selection: “Taig completed 13 of 18 passes for 220 yards and three touchdown… Continue reading

Writers group celebrates one year, sets ‘show and tell’

The Peninsula Christian Writers will celebrate their first anniversary at their next meeting set for 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19, at Peninsula Evangelical Friends… Continue reading

YMCA offers grant for youth team-building programs, projects

The Olympic Peninsula YMCA announced last week the organization has opened the process for receiving YMCA Dennis Watson Spirit of TEAM Grant applications. Now in… Continue reading

YMCA, The Cedars to host second annual ‘Fore the Kids’ golf tourney

The Olympic Peninsula YMCA is gearing up for its second-annual Fore the Kids Golf Tournament, slated for Saturday, Sept. 21, at The Cedars at Dungeness… Continue reading

Drive for the Cure to benefit OMC Foundation, locals

Sunland Golf & Country Club members are once again turning their passion for the sport into support for locals battling cancer. The club hosts its… Continue reading

Experience ‘virtual reality’ at the library

Journey anywhere and try virtual reality (VR) with the North Olympic Library System. Adults and teens 13 and older are invited to experience immersive and… Continue reading

History for purchase: Society sets fixture/book/vintage sale

The Clallam County Historical Society/North Olympic History Center hosts a fixture/book/vintage sale from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the old Lincoln School… Continue reading

League of Women Voters sets candidate forums

The League of Women Voters of Clallam County has announced four free public forums to help voters become better informed about candidates and issues in… Continue reading

Prescribed fire set on Protection Island

Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge officials are preparing to conduct a prescribed burn to support prairie restoration efforts on Protection Island this week. A 6-acre… Continue reading

Registration open for stream stewards course

For the third year running, a WSU Stream Stewards class is being offered this fall by WSU Extension on the Olympic Peninsula. The six-week course… Continue reading