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Metal artisan, sculptor and artist Walter Massey of Port Townsend will present a program at the Sequim Arts meeting on April 24. - Submitted photo
Metal artisan, sculptor and artist Walter Massey of Port Townsend will present a program at the Sequim Arts meeting on April 24.
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Meeting features copper artist

The Sequim Arts meeting is April 24 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hall, 525 N. Fifth Ave. The featured speaker is coppersmith Walter Massey. Refreshments are at 9:30 a.m., business meeting at 10 a.m., with Massey’s presentation following at about 10:45 a.m. Everyone, including non-artists, is welcome to attend the free meetings.

Arts group offers workshop

Sequim Arts is sponsoring a workshop on faux acrylic encaustic by Suzy Kueckelhan, this year’s juror for the Sequim Arts 38th Annual Juried show. The two-day class may be taken as one day or both. The cost for one day is $80 and the two-day class is $160. The class will be held at the juried show location May 7-8, Bell Creek Plaza, 990 W. Washington St. Suite #E 104.

To rregister or for more information, call 681-4884 or e-mail All artistic levels welcome.

Tall ship slide show

Unity of Port Townsend presents sea captain and photographer Jacques Thiry in a slide show presentation of his experiences building and sailing Brig Unicorn – the tall ship made famous as the Black Pearl in “Pirates of the Caribbean.” The event will be at Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center, 3918 San Juan Ave in Port Townsend, at 7 p.m. Friday, April 25. A minimum donation of $10 is asked at the door.

Poetry in motion

Through May 31, the Port Angeles Library is partnering with Olympic National Park to offer Poetry Walks, an ongoing event that is part of the library’s “Get Moving!” series.

Library and park officials hope the combination of poetry and nature encourages local residents to get out and be active. During Poetry Walks, poems are placed on signs in multiple locations along three trails in Olympic National Park: the Living Forest Trail, the Peabody Creek Trail and Spruce Railroad Trail.

All three trails can be accessed without paying fees and allow users to enjoy landscapes and a variety of poems for inspiration.


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