Sequim Gazette Staff

For Sequimmites, some fireworks alternatives

City leaders voted in 2016 years ago to ban fireworks in city limits, and they are reminding locals of options for celebrating Independence Day with… Continue reading

93 Days of Summer: Your guide for this summer’s activities

From bike rides and lavender fields to baseball action and entertainment, the Olympic Peninsula has plenty going on for our 93 days of summer. Check… Continue reading

Clallam hospice group offers grief support

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County is offering a grief support group starting Monday, July 9, and running for five consecutive weeks, from 1-3 p.m. at… Continue reading

College sports: Peninsula College honors top 2017-2018 student athletes

Peninsula College honored athletes Kelly Kevershan, Jose Serna, Jamellia Clark, Trent Warren, Cindy Vasquez and Jocelyn Moore at the college’s student awards ceremony on June… Continue reading

Fourth Friday event to feature fast-paced readings from ‘Spontaneous Writing’

Fourteen local writers will read short selections from “Spontaneous Writing,” a book newly published by Wide Awake Publishing, in the media room at The Lodge,… Continue reading

Learn about rose varieties, care at Sequim’s botanical garden

Members of the Sequim Botanical Garden Society invite the community to a “Work to Learn” Party starting at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 23, at the… Continue reading

Master Gardener talks ‘good, evil’ of nematodes

Veteran Master Gardener Muriel Nesbitt will discuss how to recognize and combat nematode damage to garden plants, and how to use beneficial nematodes to control… Continue reading

Petals Pathways: Annual tour features six breathtaking peninsula gardens

Petals & Pathways What: Master Gardeners’ annual home garden tour highlights peninsula gardens When: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, June 23 Where: Six Port Angeles homes… Continue reading

Sequim High’s All-School Reunion set for Aug. 10-12

From community gatherings and meals, a tour of the Old Dungeness Schoolhouse, high school and museum, a golf tourney and several class mini-reunions, the Sequim… Continue reading

Summer series brings blues, rock and more to Sequim

From country and rock to bluegrass, big band and even a bit of Caribbean music, the City of Sequim’s 2018 Music in the Park concert… Continue reading

‘How to Succeed … ’ earns 5th Avenue accolades

For their efforts in putting their annual operetta on the stage, Sequim High students and crew are getting noticed. The Seattle 5th Avenue Theater awarded… Continue reading

Clallam County Genealogical Society sets open house

Learn more about the Genealogical Society of Clallam County at the organization’s open house, set for noon-4 p.m. Saturday, June 30, at 402 E. Lauridsen… Continue reading

College basketball: PC men’s coach Freeman takes Oregon job

Mitch Freeman, who led Peninsula’s men’s basketball program for the past five years — and a second-place finish at the 2018 NWAC tournament in March,… Continue reading

Learn all about drip irrigation systems

Susan Kalmar, WSU Clallam County Master Gardener, will present information to demystify drip irrigation systems for the Do-It-Yourself gardener at noon on Thursday, June 14,… Continue reading

Milestone: Sequim’s Hudson named a Washington State Patrol trooper

Brendon T. Hudson of Sequim was one of 40 troopers added to the Washington State Patrol workforce following the patrol’s 109th Trooper Class Graduation on… Continue reading

NOLS kicks off summer activities, reading program

Branches of the North Olympic Library System have a variety of activities this summer that encourage reading, inspire creativity and learning and provide opportunities to… Continue reading

Olympic Christian School announces 2018 art show winners

Olympic Christian School recently announced the winners of their annual Art Festival. They include, by grade: Overall • Kindergarten 1. Katie Bacon, “Country Houses” (pastels)… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts unveils 2018-2019 live season

Olympic Theatre Arts has announced its upcoming 2018-2019 live theater season with an invitation only event held at the OTA Center on June 10. Season… Continue reading

Outstanding Orca, Special Olympics in spotlight

UPDATE: The final Studium Generale of the year set for 12:35 p.m. Thursday, June 14, has been canceled. The event invited the community to celebrate… Continue reading

Picklers peak at Centralia pickleball tourney

Vying for tops spots in an international field, members of the local pickleball group the Sequim Picklers came home with 23 division medals at the… Continue reading