Sequim Gazette Staff

History Tales to feature ‘Art as Artifact’

The North Olympic History Center/Clallam County Historical Society and the Olympic Peninsula Art Association, along with The Messy Palettes of Clallam Bay and the Far… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice offers orientations in June

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County offers monthly orientations for those interested in volunteering with the organization, on the first Thursday of each month in Sequim… Continue reading

Water presentation on tap in Sequim

A presentation called “Water in the Age of Climate Change” is set for 10-11 a.m. Saturday, June 1, at the Clallam County Master Gardener Demonstration… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Alec Shingleton

Class: Senior Team: SHS boys track & field Head coach: Brad Moore Reason for selection: “Alec took second in the 400, fifth in the 800… Continue reading

Clallam County seeks volunteers for boards, committees

Clallam County is seeking volunteers to fill 71 vacancies on 20 advisory boards and committees. The deadline to apply is the close of business Friday,… Continue reading

Call for ‘Moving Pictures’ submissions

Peninsula College’s sixth-annual Moving Pictures Festival film submission deadline is noon on Saturday, June 1. Entries are open to current and former Peninsula College students… Continue reading

Community invited to PNNL science, technology showcase

The public is invited to attend an interactive science and technology showcase where they can engage in hands-on learning exhibits on the life cycle of… Continue reading

Learn about composting in your home garden

Clallam County Solid Waste Coordinator Meggan Uecker will provide information to help home gardeners integrate composting into any size garden or space at noon on… Continue reading

Learn how to care for peonies at ‘Work to Learn’ party

Members of the Sequim Botanical Garden Society invite the community to a “Work to Learn” Party demonstration with Jean Pier, former society president, and designer… Continue reading

Monday Musicale names scholarship winners

Port Angeles High seniors Evan Cobb and Madelynne Jones were selected to share first place honors and to split a $6,000 Monday Musicale scholarship after… Continue reading

New webpage highlights volunteer opportunities for environment

WSU Extension has launched a new “one-stop shopping” webpage that connects volunteers with Olympic Peninsula environmental organizations, with 18 organizations currently listed. View the new… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts to debut ‘The Flip Flop Flotilla’ at Juan de Fuca Festival

The Olympic Theatre Arts Children’s Theater Road Show debuts “The Flip Flop Flotilla” at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 25, at the Juan De Fuca Festival… Continue reading

Quality Inn & Suites gets platinum award

The Quality Inn & Suites at Olympic National Park hotel, 134 River Road, was recently honored with a 2019 Platinum Award from Choice Hotels International,… Continue reading

Sequim City Band sets 2019 ‘Concerts at The James’ schedule

The Sequim City Band, an all-volunteer concert band under the direction of Tyler Benedict, announced the group’s summer 2019 “Concerts at The James” schedule last… Continue reading

Sequim, Port Angeles set Memorial Day events

Post 62 of the American Legion will be hosting Memorial Day ceremonies at local cemeteries on Monday, May 27. Services will be held at 11a.m.,… Continue reading

Wolves of the week: Jessica Dietzman, Kalli Wiker

Class: Junior (Dietzman) and sophomore (Wiker) Team: SHS girls tennis Head coach: Mark Textor Reason for selection: “Jessica and Kalli swept the competition to claim… Continue reading

Clallam County Historical Society to spotlight bridal gowns at annual fundraiser

The Clallam County Historical Society and North Olympic History Center present “Celebrating 120 Years of Bridal Parties” at its annual fashion show fundraiser on Saturday,… Continue reading

First Federal foundation awards $400K to nonprofits

The First Federal Community Foundation announced last week the gifting of $400,000 to nonprofit agencies throughout the region. The awards include a $25,000 Community Development… Continue reading

Former Sequim teacher to lead Roosevelt Elementary

Sequim resident Jennifer Van De Wege, currently assistant principal of Roosevelt Elementary in Port Angeles, was named principal of Roosevelt Elementary for the upcoming school… Continue reading

Gardening session set for peninsula newcomers

Master Gardener Margery Whites will lead a workshop for newcomers about gardening on the Olympic Peninsula from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 18, at the at… Continue reading