Sequim Gazette Staff

Department of Licensing sets end-of-month closures

The Washington State Department of Licensing is preparing to launch a new, fully modernized driver licensing system at the end of August, and customers need… Continue reading

Registration opens for Mountain View Christian School on Aug. 12

Registration opens for elementary grades at Mountain View Christian School on Sunday, Aug. 12, for the upcoming school year. Students in grades 1-8 can register… Continue reading

93 Days of Summer

The Olympic Peninsula has plenty going on for our 93 days of summer. Check out this week’s staff picks and look for more each Wednesday,… Continue reading

City neighborhood kiosks now available for use

The City of Sequim has completed the installation of kiosks that have been placed in each of the city’s seven neighborhoods. The kiosks are available… Continue reading

City of Sequim housing survey available online

The City of Sequim’s Department of Community Development is developing a Housing Needs Assessment to address the requirements and costs for housing throughout the City,… Continue reading

Community garden walk set in Port Angeles

Join Master Gardeners Laurel Moulton, Jeanette Stehr-Green and Audreen Williams on a walk through the Fifth Street Garden in Port Angeles this week, an event… Continue reading

Fifth ‘Hog Wild’ fundraiser event features rib cook-off

Sequim Health and Rehabilitation and Crestwood Health and Rehabilitation are once again presenting sponsors of an event that the Olympic Medical Center Foundation will stage… Continue reading

Master Gardener talks air layering at Green Thumb Garden Tips series event

Barbara Scott will explain how to reproduce plants by air layering at noon on Thursday, Aug. 9, in the Clallam County commissioners’ meeting room of… Continue reading

Milestone: Haught receives leadership award

Olympic Medical Center CEO Eric Lewis presented the organization’s leadership award to Patti Haught, director of the patient experience program, at a recent management meeting… Continue reading

Olympic Music Festival kicks off fellowship series

The Olympic Music Festival, a summer season of concerts in partnership with Centrum at Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, presents the first week… Continue reading

Skwim Toastmasters host Seattle author

“Discover Your Unique Message and Define Your Purpose” is the subject of upcoming 2nd Tuesday Guest Speaker Series, featuring Seattle author/Toastmaster Jackie Bailey. Hosted by… Continue reading

Unity of Effort rally set for Aug. 11 in Sequim

Security Services Northwest looks to recognize first responders with its Unity of Effort event, set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, at… Continue reading

City of Sequim sets pavement preservation project

The City of Sequim will begin to rehabilitate selected sections of city streets beginning Monday, Aug. 13. Residents can expect delays, localized closures, and detours… Continue reading

City’s Keying Around, Block Party set for Friday

The City of Sequim and the City Arts Advisory Commission invite the community to its annual Block Party, set for a 5 p.m. kickoff on… Continue reading

‘Stuff The Bus’ kicks off Sequim’s back-to-school activites

Stuff The Bus, Sequim’s annual school supply donation drive, kicked off July 31. This year’s drive is being organized by the Kiwanis Club of Sequim-Dungeness,… Continue reading

93 Days of Summer

The Olympic Peninsula has plenty going on for our 93 days of summer. Check out this week’s staff picks and look for more each Wednesday,… Continue reading

Community Variety Show takes a break

Your Community Variety Show, a monthly program of live local entertainment that launched last September, is on hiatus. “We’ve been talking about taking a break,”… Continue reading

Friends of Brubeck returns to OTA for two shows

Olympic Theatre Arts welcomes back the jazz ensemble “Friends of Brubeck” for a pair of shows in early August. Pianist/bandleader Linda Dowdell is joined by… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Libraries host ‘Dino Dig’ for youths

What was the earth like millions of years ago? Find out at Dino Dig presented by the Burke Museum and the North Olympic Library System.… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Milestone: Via Vita’s donation day boosts B&G Club

Attendees of a donation day at Via Vita on July 8 raised nearly $600 and the company matched the effort as a fundraiser for Healthy… Continue reading