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Students to showcase films and artwork

13th Annual SEF Student Film Festival and Art Show Presented by Sequim Education Foundation Student Film Festival: 7 p.m. on Friday, April 20, at the… Continue reading

  • Apr 19, 2018

 

Community calendar — April 18, 2018

Deadline for items appearing in the community calendar is 5 p.m. Wednesday one week before publication at editor@sequimgazette.com or delivered to the Sequim Gazette at… Continue reading

  • Apr 19, 2018

 

A drama from the heart

“The Tin Woman” Presented by Olympic Theatre Arts When: 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. on Sundays, from April 20-May 6;… Continue reading

 

@SequimSchools — April 18, 2018

DISTRICT The next school board meeting is 6 p.m. Monday, May 7, in the district board room, 503 N. Sequim Ave. The public is invited… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2018

A&E briefs — April 18, 2018

4th edition of ‘Natural History’ hits shelves The fourth edition of Sequim author Tim McNulty’s “Olympic National Park: A Natural History” was released on April… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2018

Clallam Mosaic artists get spotlight at Art in Library exhibit

Along with artists Tim Roos and Bonnie Clark, 26 artists from Clallam Mosaic — a local nonprofit with 20 years of supporting people with developmental… Continue reading

Community invited to ‘Share the Trail’

The Mt. Olympus Chapter Back Country Horsemen of Washington and Olympic National Park are sponsoring a Share the Trail event for hikers, runners, bicycle riders,… Continue reading

Faith news — April 18, 2018

TAIZE service set All are welcome to the ecumenical TAIZE service at 7 p.m. Monday, April 23, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. Fifth… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2018

Gem, mineral club’s spring open house set for Saturday

The Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association hosts the group’s annual Spring Open House its shop and lapidary classroom from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April… Continue reading

Get It Growing: Climate zones

Planning a garden has numerous variables — location, sun, and water to name a few. However, the most important question may be, “What plants will… Continue reading

Parenting Matters: Your changing adolescent

Upsetting vs. persuading statements Sometimes it isn’t the way your teen behaves that needs some changing, it is also the way he talks. As he… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2018

Peninsula College sets full slate of events for Earth Week 2018

A week of activities to bring environmental awareness to students at Peninsula College is the focus of the Associated Student Council’s Earth Week 2018. Events… Continue reading

Retired Fire Chief turns attention from fires to art

Steve Vogel doesn’t see a dichotomy between being a first responder and an artist. It’s just that after 34 years of fire and paramedic service… Continue reading

Sequim City Band sets summer schedule

The Sequim City Band last week announced its summer concert series “Concerts at The James,” the band’s 27th season of free public summer concerts. The… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2018
Lee Bowen, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s resident dahlia expert, will demonstrate the selection and planting of dahlia tubers on April 21, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s first “Work to Learn” party of 2018. Submitted photo

‘Work to Learn’ party set at Terrace Garden

The Sequim Botanical Garden Society invites the community to the group’s first “Work to Learn” party for 2018, set for 1 p.m. Saturday, April 21,… Continue reading

Lee Bowen, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s resident dahlia expert, will demonstrate the selection and planting of dahlia tubers on April 21, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s first “Work to Learn” party of 2018. Submitted photo

Blending community and art together

Natalie Martin creates more than works of art with her artistic talents: she also creates community. Martin is a Sequim resident, an artist, member of… Continue reading

Sequim High School students Vita Olson and Sean Weber take a break from competition at the Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, held in mid-March at Seattle Pacific University. Submitted photos

@SequimSchools — April 11, 2018

DISTRICT The next school board meeting is 6 p.m. Monday, April 16, in the district boardroom, 503 N. Sequim Ave. The public is invited to… Continue reading

  • Apr 11, 2018
Sequim High School students Vita Olson and Sean Weber take a break from competition at the Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, held in mid-March at Seattle Pacific University. Submitted photos

A&E Briefs — April 11, 2018

Monday Musicale scholarships available Monday Musicale is inviting Clallam County high school seniors, who are going on to major or minor in music, or continue… Continue reading

  • Apr 11, 2018
Mary Miller of Seattle, right, points at a collection of water fowl as bird watchers, from left, Nora Wright of Seattle, Annette Bailey of Port Alberni, British Columbia, and Gary Bush of Wintersville, Ohio, try to spot and identify birds at a wetland in the Three Crabs area north of Dungeness as part of the 2017 Olympic Peninsula BirdFest. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Birders registering now for Olympic BirdFest

Registrations for field trips offered by the 15th annual Olympic BirdFest set for Friday through next Sunday continue to pour in, according to Coordinator Vanessa… Continue reading

Mary Miller of Seattle, right, points at a collection of water fowl as bird watchers, from left, Nora Wright of Seattle, Annette Bailey of Port Alberni, British Columbia, and Gary Bush of Wintersville, Ohio, try to spot and identify birds at a wetland in the Three Crabs area north of Dungeness as part of the 2017 Olympic Peninsula BirdFest. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Camp Beausite NW opens registration for summer activities

Registration is now open for week-long overnight summer camp sessions at Camp Beausite NW in Chimacum, for people ages six to 65-plus, with special needs.… Continue reading