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The League of British Women pose together at their most recent High Tea event, where they shot pictures for the Lavender Girls Calendar they’re creating. Photo submitted

League of British Women make Lavender Girls Calendar

28 years ago, the League of British Women was founded in Sequim as a social club for area women who were born in the British… Continue reading

The League of British Women pose together at their most recent High Tea event, where they shot pictures for the Lavender Girls Calendar they’re creating. Photo submitted
Contributing artists (L-R): Priscilla Patterson, Debbie Harding, Jim Bradrick, Gail McLain, Suzan Noyes. Submitted photo

OTA’s new season begins with collaboration

Olympic Theatre Arts’ 2019-20 season opens this September with a continued spirit of collaboration in the community. This season features biting comedies taking a poke… Continue reading

Contributing artists (L-R): Priscilla Patterson, Debbie Harding, Jim Bradrick, Gail McLain, Suzan Noyes. Submitted photo

Parenting Matters: Stopping Summer boredom

Most children are very excited when summer comes around. There are so many things a child wants to do and now has the time to… Continue reading

PHOTO: Art walk, in rhythm

By Michael Dashiell Sequim Gazette… Continue reading

Photographers look to ‘defy ordinary’ at museum

Three photographers highlight their work in the first month-long exhibit “Daring to Defy Ordinary” at the new Sequim Museum & Arts building, 544 N. Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim Middle School Honor Roll: Second semester, 2018-2019

Eighth grade Makayla Allen, 4.00; Jayke Apley, 3.67; Callie Arnold, 3.54; Sergio Arreguin, 3.60; Mohamad Awawda, 3.95; Yareliana Ayala, 3.12; Sammie Bacon, 3.48; Garrett Barr,… Continue reading

Sequim woman finds ‘Price is Right’ twice

Conrad wins ping pong table, gives it to Boys & Girls Club

Community calendar — July 17, 2019

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

  • Jul 24, 2019

BLOCK Fest comes to Sequim on July 25

The Parenting Matters Foundation, First Teacher Program and the North Olympic Library System will offer BLOCK Fest, a research-based block play program geared towards children… Continue reading

Big Blue, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula bus, took Club members through Port Angeles’ Fourth of July parade this year. Submitted photos

Boys & Girls Club: Schools Out, we’re in – Week 3

Maybe you saw “Big Blue” as we affectionately call our bus in Port Angeles’ Fourth of July parade. The 70-passenger bus primarily provides transportation for… Continue reading

Big Blue, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula bus, took Club members through Port Angeles’ Fourth of July parade this year. Submitted photos

Driftwood Art show ready for Lavender Weekend

For the 11th year, members of the Olympic Driftwood Sculptors host their annual show during Lavender Weekend. Artists share art pieces from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.… Continue reading

Get It Growing: Plant now for fall, winter vegetables

For many areas of the country, harvesting the last summer vegetables from the garden can be a gloomy time of the year. It means winter… Continue reading

Lucky tunes at the Library

As part of the Summer Reading Program, the North Olympic Library System hosts The Lucky Band on Monday, July 22. The Grammy and Emmy Award-winning… Continue reading

Veteran Master Gardener Bob Cain speaks at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 20 at the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden on winter vegetable gardens. Submitted photo

Master Gardeners help you prepare fall/winter veggies

Washington State University Master Gardener Bob Cain will discuss the soil preparation, planting timetables and variety selection to enhance your fall and winter vegetable garden… Continue reading

Veteran Master Gardener Bob Cain speaks at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 20 at the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden on winter vegetable gardens. Submitted photo

Milestone: Sound Community Bank boosts Sequim Farmers Market’s local food program

Sound Community Bank staff —including Shelli Robb-Kahler, Julie Hatch and Libby Ballard, who’s a vendor and board member — join Sequim Farmer’s Market board members… Continue reading

  • Jul 17, 2019

Olympic Theatre Arts sponsors youth poetry competition

A special poetry contest for youths and teens 18 years and younger will see the winning piece earn a special role in the Olympic Theatre… Continue reading

Anson Ka-lik Sin plays a Scarlatti sonata on the community piano placed in front of US Bank at the corner of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue. A Hong Kong native and former Peninsula College student, Sin still enjoys coming to Sequim to play and perform. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Pianist plays for downtown Sequim

Anson Ka-lik Sin may not be originally from Sequim, but that doesn’t keep him from wanting to make the downtown area sound a little better… Continue reading

Anson Ka-lik Sin plays a Scarlatti sonata on the community piano placed in front of US Bank at the corner of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue. A Hong Kong native and former Peninsula College student, Sin still enjoys coming to Sequim to play and perform. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Students clean Carrie Blake Park for funds for exchange program

Before stepping on international soil this fall, some local teens did a good job representing their community and country in their hometown. Incoming ninth graders… Continue reading

Sunbonnet Sues set 33rd Quilt Club for July 19-21

Sequim show features Karen Clatanoff

Teen acting, music workshop kicks off July 22 at Olympic Theatre Arts

Now in its eighth year the Musical Theatre Intensive for Teens kicks off a two-week workshop for aspiring thespians aged 12-18 to explore acting, create… Continue reading