Sequim Gazette Staff

Shellfish harvesting closure announced

Recreational shellfish harvesting is closed to all species from Pillar Point west to Cape Flattery and closed to all species in Discovery Bay because of… Continue reading

Wind Rose Cellars sets 10th anniversary event

Wind Rose Cellars hosts the business’ 10th anniversary party from noon-8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, at the winery, 233 Bell Bottom Road. Co-owner David Volmut… Continue reading

WOW! workshop focuses on ‘Your Natural Healing Capabilities’

Dr. Carolyn DeSalvo presents “Your Natural Healing Capabilities,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum set for 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 14, at Trinity… Continue reading

Fiber art event seeks entries for fall exhibition

Calling all fiber artists! Organizers of “Irresistible Aesthetics – Beauty, Absorption, & Ideology,” a juried fiber arts exhibition set for this fall, are seeking entries… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts’ ‘The Reluctant Dragon’ cast, in rehearsal

Minus a Growler or two, the quiet of the Pacific Northwest coast seems to make a perfect spot for Fred the Dragon to spout poetry… Continue reading

OMC picks Duerr to lead emergency services department

Trisha Duerr, RN, has been named director of emergency services at Olympic Medical Center, OMC officials annpunced this week. Duerr has more than nine years… Continue reading

Photo: Winners emerge at 4-H horse show

The Neon Riders 4-H Horse Show, held July 19-21, saw plenty of games and competition to go with good weather, event organizers said. Pictured is… Continue reading

Rowing: SYBC team competes, places at Poulsbo event

Six Sequim Bay Yacht Club rowers took home honors at the Kitsap Invitational Masters Summer Scrimmage hosted by the Poulsbo-based Kitsap Rowing Association on July… Continue reading

Volunteer hospice group to host orientations for volunteers

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County offers monthly orientations for those interested in volunteering with the organization. July sessions are scheduled for 11 a.m.-noon on Thursday,… Continue reading

BLOCK Fest comes to Sequim on July 25

The Parenting Matters Foundation, First Teacher Program and the North Olympic Library System will offer BLOCK Fest, a research-based block play program geared towards children… Continue reading

Guild’s annual garage, plant sale to help Seattle Children’s Hospital

Sponsored by the Sequim Guild of Seattle Children’s Hospital, the 12th-annual Garage & Plant Sale is set for 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at… Continue reading

New billboard boasts Sequim businesses

Jardin du Soleil, Dungeness Valley Creamery and Nash’s Farm Store have partnered to create a billboard on US Highway 101 to encourage passersby to “Explore… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts sponsors youth poetry competition

A special poetry contest for youths and teens 18 years and younger will see the winning piece earn a special role in the Olympic Theatre… Continue reading

Sequim’s ‘Unity of Effort’ slated for Aug. 10

An event to honor local first responders, the annual “Unity of Effort” returns to Sequim on Saturday, Aug. 10. Security Services Northwest hosts the event… Continue reading

Stuff the Bus donations return to local businesses like Sequim Walmart to provide school supplies for in-need students. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Stuff the Bus returns in 2019, gathering school supplies for Sequim students

Stuff The Bus, Sequim’s annual donation drive bringing school supplies to local students, has begun. Organized by the Kiwanis Club of Sequim-Dungeness, this year’s drive… Continue reading

Stuff the Bus donations return to local businesses like Sequim Walmart to provide school supplies for in-need students. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Summit House begins services

Our Resilient Community Alliance (ORCA) announced in early July the start of services at Summit House in downtown Sequim, enabling access to transitional housing and… Continue reading

Teen acting, music workshop kicks off July 22 at Olympic Theatre Arts

Now in its eighth year the Musical Theatre Intensive for Teens kicks off a two-week workshop for aspiring thespians aged 12-18 to explore acting, create… Continue reading

Back row, from left, are 2019 ARTJAM artists Stephen Portner, Brian Buntain, Lynne Armstrong and Mary Franchini, with (front row, from left) Ed Crumley, Tammy Hall and Linda Collins Chapman, with (in front) Susan Gansert Shaw. Submitted photo

ARTJAM 2019 set for Lavender Weekend

These artists are once again ready to jam. The 11th ARTJAM event sees 11 artists working in metal, wood, canvas, clay and paper to demonstrate… Continue reading

Back row, from left, are 2019 ARTJAM artists Stephen Portner, Brian Buntain, Lynne Armstrong and Mary Franchini, with (front row, from left) Ed Crumley, Tammy Hall and Linda Collins Chapman, with (in front) Susan Gansert Shaw. Submitted photo

Candidate forum video recordings now available

Video recordings of two recent candidate forums hosted by the League of Women Voters of Clallam County are now available at www.lwvcla.org. The first, held… Continue reading

Clallam County officials welcome input for hazard plan at July 17 meeting

Clallam County is gearing up for the possibility of any number of emergencies — earthquakes, fires, floods, etc. — and officials are seeking your help.… Continue reading