Fern Hollow offers new gathering place
A new event venue with a kitchen, meeting room for 200 and some overnight accommodations opens this fall on Taylor Cutoff Road in Sequim. Fern Hollow, owned by Patti Kimler with Jessica Young as venue coordinator, is accepting bookings by appointment for family reunions and other gatherings in the area. Call 360-504-2323.
Innovation Law Group wins patent case
TP Solar, Inc., represented by Jacques M. Dulin of Innovation Law Group, 237 N. Sequim Ave., Sequim, has defeated a claim by Despatch Industries that TPSI’s MD-225 furnaces infringed on the Despatch 650 patent. Judge Manuel L. Real ruled there was no infringement because all TPSI furnaces employ up access features, whereas the Despatch patent was limited to down access functionality. Call Innovation Law Group at 681-7305.
Angeles Millwork turns 105
Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company, 1601 S. C St., Port Angeles, celebrates 105 years in business this year with an Oct. 5 event, to include a barbecue lunch, vendor information, product demos, door prizes and sale specials. Call 457-8581.
Budget Blinds hosts open house
Amanda and Gabriel Walsh invite the public to celebrate the first anniversary of their new Budget Blinds showroom at 489 W. Washington St., Sequim, from 2-6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 11. Refreshments will be served. Check out the latest technology in window coverings, energy savings, fade prevention and noise control.
‘Tourism Summit’ planned for October
The Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission sponsors a one-day 2011 Tourism Summit on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at Fort Worden in Port Townsend. Registration is open to any regional business interested in tourism. Sessions help businesses anticipate visitors’ needs and meet their expectations.
Registration, including lunch, is $75; a second registration from same the organization is $65. Register online and pay with credit card via PayPal at http://tinyurl.com/3jnlh5r.
To be a vendor in the market place or register by phone, call Gloria at 452-8552.