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Decking options presented
Hartnagel Building Supply, 3111 E. Highway 101, Port Angeles, hosts a summer decking event from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26. See samples and learn about composite and wooden decking materials and railing options. Local builders will be on hand to discuss deck projects. Mike DuBeau provides information on stains and preservatives; $5 off single gallons of Cabot Stain.
Visit www.hartnagels.com or call 452-8933.
 
Hardy’s hosts customer appreciation

Hardy’s Market 2/Texaco celebrates its Customer Appreciation Day from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, at 33 Taylor Cut-Off Road,
Sequim, with live music from the band Old Sidekicks, free hot dogs/hamburgers and children’s prizes. A $2 donation for ice cream helps low-income children buy school supplies. Attendees can suggest names for the Olympic Game Farm’s two baby cougars, who are scheduled to appear from noon-1 p.m. Call 681-4900.

Swap Meet at Sea Breeze

Sea Breeze Market, at Third Avenue and Washington Street in Sequim, hosts a swap meet on two Saturdays, Aug. 27 and Sept. 3. Vendors spaces are $20/day; hours are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Call 360-808-8363.
Sequim Valley Car Club will have classic cars on display.
Sea Breeze offers arts, crafts and food products each weekend.
 
Back-to-school fashion show set

Sassy Kat Salon and Boutique, 105 E. First St., Port Angeles, hosts a back-to-school fashion show from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27. In conjunction with Teenie Queenie, Sassy Kat’s show will feature clothing for children and young adults — toddler through college age.

National magazine features Estes Builders home

“Retiring in Style,” a recent cover story in the national magazine Professional Builder, features a Sequim custom home by Estes Builders.
“New retirees see the benefits that low maintenance elements provide,” said Rick Gross of Estes Builders. “Construction elements like fiber-cement siding and masonry, stamped concrete for the driveway, windows with a lifetime warranty and a roof with an extended warranty provide peace of mind in tandem with more time for homeowners to do other things.”

Barthell completes herbology coursework

Sidney Barthell, Licensed Massage Practitioner at Pathways Holistic Healthcare Center in Sequim, has completed her courses with East West Planetary Herbology of Santa Cruz, Calif., and will begin work for certification with the American Herbalists’ Guild. She has completed Reiki level I/II with Janet Goldenbogen-Self of Port Townsend. She can be reached at Pathways, 582-1211, for massage or Reiki.  Barthell also offers massage and Reiki comfort therapies with Assured Hospice.

Hair Masters sets closing time
Hair Masters, open seven days a week, will be closing at 7 p.m. starting in September. Hair Masters is at 1400 W. Washington St. in Sequim. Call 681-0555.

New hours for Sequim Dry Cleaning
Sequim Dry Cleaning and Laundry, at 225 E. Washington St., has new hours. Starting Sept. 5, the business will be closed on Mondays until the economy improves, say owners Ed and Nancy Weikal.
Hours will be Tuesday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m-1 p.m.
The business offers money-saving coupons on www.washingtonNOW.biz. Call 683-2642.

Order peonies, iris now

Peony Farm, 2204 Happy Valley Road, Sequim, has peonies and irises available for pre-order. New varieties include herbaceous peonies, Itoh peonies, ruffled sunset and Kamada Nishiki tree peonies. There also are 15 varieties of Japanese iris Ensata. Call 360-808-4099 or visit www.ilovepeonies.com.

 

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