Sequim Gazette Staff

City sets pavement project; work to begin Monday

The City of Sequim will rehabilitate selected sections of city streets beginning Monday, Oct. 14, at two locations: • Oak Tree Subdivision, located southeast of… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center’s 17th ‘Harvest of Hope’ to raise funds for cancer facility

With a goal of $100,000 in mind, organizers are preparing the 17th Harvest of Hope Wine & Dinner Gala, set for 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct.… Continue reading

Apples galore at Woodcock Garden walk

The orchard at the Woodcock Demonstration Garden is full of apples, pears and Asian pears. At 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3, Bruce Pape —… Continue reading

Fiber arts in spotlight in October

Back for its 14th year, the North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival once again brings an interactive event to Sequim in early October. The festival includes… Continue reading

History Tales resume with patent medicine presentation

Jack Zaccardo talks about “Patent Medicines and the Bottles They Came In” at the next History Tales presentation, set for 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct.… Continue reading

Learn how to sleep better, reduce pain at WOW! workshop

Dr. Loraine Lovejoy-Evans presents “Improving Incontinence,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum, starting at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday Oct. 9, at Trinity United Methodist… Continue reading

NOLS, Clallam Transit start ‘Read & Ride’ program

Looking for something to read on your cross-peninsula commute? Check out the North Olympic Library System’s Read & Ride program. Thanks to donations from the… Continue reading

O3A sets open house for new office

The Olympic Area Agency on Aging’s Information and Assistance office has moved to a new location. Community members are invited to help staff celebrate during… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s set for Oct. 5

For the third year in a row, Michele Devlin of Sequim joins others affected by Alzheimer’s disease at the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s in… Continue reading

Science Café to consider ‘Colors of the Water’

Ever wonder why Sequim Bay is so blue, or the color of the Dungeness River changes when it rains? The color of a water body… Continue reading

Sequim Library sets Second Saturday Science events

Two more Second Saturday Science sessions are coming to the Sequim Library in October and November. Second Saturday Science creates fun, hands-on opportunities for children… Continue reading

Skwim Toastmaster preps for Sasquatch Symposium

Naturalist-philosopher Sonya Zohar joined Sequim’s Toastmasters Club in May, and a month later received an invitation to speak at the Sasquatch Symposium in Kingston. Zohar… Continue reading

Stand Down set for Oct. 3

A Stand Down, a special day for homeless veterans and all veterans in need especially those with immediate dependent families, is scheduled for 9 a.m.-3… Continue reading

Wolves of the Week: Connor Bear and Abigail Schroeder

Connor Bear Sept. 16-21 Class: Sophomore Team: SHS boys tennis Head coach: Mark Textor Reason for selection: “Connor has made huge improvements in his game… Continue reading

Christian Writers Conference set for Nov. 2

Writers and aspiring writers are invited and encouraged to attend the third-annual Olympic Peninsula Christian Writers’ Conference Nov. 2. Sponsored by Dungeness Community Church, this… Continue reading

Coat drive at Windermere

The annual Windermere Coat Drive is set for Oct. 1-31 at local Windermere offices. Staff collect spare coats and hats to be donated to The… Continue reading

Free, self-guided tour kicks off Clallam County Farm Week

Clallam County Farm Week kicks off with the 23rd annual self-guided Clallam County Farm Tour, set for 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, at… Continue reading

Genealogical group sets open house, beginners series

The Genealogical Society of Clallam County hosts an open house from noon-4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, at its facility at 402 E. Lauridsen Blvd.,… Continue reading

Learn how to select, plant roses at ‘Work to Learn’ party

The Sequim Botanical Garden Society invites the community to its “Work to Learn” party presentation on “Selecting Rose Plants” with Donni Hatlestad, set for 1… Continue reading

Libraries encourage a dive into ‘Soul of an Octopus’

Clallam County readers are encouraged to share in a community reading experience this fall with the North Olympic Library System’s Clallam County Reads 2019, with… Continue reading