Sequim Gazette Staff

Tufted Puffins in spotlight at OPAS meeting

John Platt and Ajay Varma present “The Private Aleutian World of Tufted Puffins” at the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society meeting set for 7 p.m. Wednesday,… Continue reading

Two generations of Van de Weges in Olympia

It was an all-Sequim father-son combo in Olympia, as Jackson Van De Wege served as page in Washington State Senate for Sen. Kevin Van De… Continue reading

Utility work to begin West Hendrickson Road on March 12

Utility work will see partial closure of West Hendrickson Road — between Kendall Road to the west and Hendrickson Heritage Park to the east —… Continue reading

City band readies ‘Sweet Suites’ concert

Done with winter? Kick off an early spring with the Sequim City Band, who hosts their “Sweet Suites” concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March… Continue reading

VHOCC hosts hospice education, training series

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County is offering a Community Education and Volunteer Training series starting Friday, March 22, and running from 1:30-3:30 p.m. on six… Continue reading

Clallam’s Night to Shine reset for March 23

An epic storm only delayed a signature event for the Olympic Peninsula’s special needs community. Originally scheduled for Feb. 8, the 2019 Clallam Night to… Continue reading

Get rose-pruning tips at Work to Learn party

Learn from Lee Bowen, Sequim Botanical Garden Society vice-president and 26-year botanical gardener, during a Work to Learn party demonstration dubbed “Pruning the Golden Celebration… Continue reading

Learn about bluffs, beaches with 2019 Beach Naturalist course

The 2019 Beach Naturalist course offered by Jefferson WSU Extension highlights marine habitats, coastal geology, intertidal species and broader issues such as ocean acidification and… Continue reading

Peninsula College, PA High groups to take the stage

Peninsula College’s Vocal Harmony, under the direction of Elaine Gardner Morales, invites the public to their upcoming concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7, in… Continue reading

Prevention, treatment of osteoporosis examined at next Sequim Science Café

Presented by Dr. Carolyn DeSalvo, “The Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis” is the topic up for discussion at the next Sequim Science Café, set for… Continue reading

Second Adult Pinewood Derby fundraiser set for March 16

As a “FUNraiser,” the Mount Olympus district of the Boy Scouts of America through the Friends of Scouting campaign invites community members to take part… Continue reading

Sequim’s Phoenix Riders rise, claim Book Wars title

The Phoenix Riders were up for this reading challenge. A team of four Sequim Middle School students emerged the top team in the North Olympic… Continue reading

SHS’s Turner serves as page with Washington State Senate

Sequim High School freshman Ellie Turner got an up-close look at legislative action in Olympia after serving as a page in the Washington State Senate… Continue reading

Skwim Toastmasters to host Port Angeles mayor

Skwim Toastmasters invite residents to focus on their own leadership journey at a special leadership-focused meeting featuring keynote speaker, Port Angeles Mayor Sissi Bruch, from… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice grief group starts March 12 in Port Angeles

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County is offering a grief support group starting Tuesday, March 12, and running for seven consecutive weeks through April 23. The… Continue reading

Wolf of the week: Melissa Porter

Class: Sophomore Team: Sequim High girls basketball Head coach: Linsay Rapelje Reason for selection: “Melissa provided nine points and some gritty defense coming off the… Continue reading

WOW! workshop to examine benefits of gratitude

Dr. Kip Tulin presents “Why Gratitude Is Good For You,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness forum set for 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, at… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s jazz winter concert set for March 12

Dr. David P. Jones and the Peinsula College Jazz Ensemble invite the community to their Winter Quarter Jazz Concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 12,… Continue reading

Free TAX-AIDE services in Sequim continues through mid-April

IRS-certified AARP TAX-AIDE volunteers will be available again this year to prepare and electronically file tax returns at several sites in the Sequim area. The… Continue reading

History Tales to feature ‘The lost canoe’

Priscilla Hudson, historian of the Sequim Prairie Garden Club, will talk about “The Lost Canoe” at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation set… Continue reading