Sequim Gazette Staff

City of Sequim sets special Saturday meeting to consider changes to appeals process

Sequim City Council to host special meeting Sept. 26 to consider changes to appeals processes.

 

City of Sequim seeks submissions for ‘Youthful Expressions’ exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries for “Youthful Expressions”

 

Digital, gourd art in spotlight at Blue Whole Gallery in October

Two award-winning veteran artists take spotlight in “Celebration of the Season of Arts” in October

 

First Teacher sets series of parent events

A series of First Teacher parent meetings are offered on Zoom at 10 a.m. on most Mondays.

Milestone: Michael Trebert chapter welcomes new members

Four Olympic Peninsula residents recently joined the local Daughters of the American Revolution chapter, and a fifth is slated to join this week. During their… Continue reading

Milestone: Sequim city councilor Smith gets leadership award

Sequim city councilor Dennis Smith gets a leadership award from Association of Washington Cities

NOLS to host virtual, family-friendly Red Yarn show

Award-winning family performer Red Yarn plays a NOLS online show on Sunday, Sept. 27

OMC Foundation’s Harvest of Hope event going virtual

With health restrictions in place, the popular Harvest of Hope fundraiser is going online.

OPHS provides aid to animals from wildfire-ravaged areas

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society rescued seven dogs and two kittens from California last week.

Port Angeles man arrested on drug charges

Peninsula man arrested on drug charges in Sequim after fleeing police officers in Port Angeles

Sequim Toastmasters spotlight humor at next onlinemeeting

Toastmasters: Speaking with humor makes speeches special, audiences engaged, messages memorable

Three local Master Gardeners get Golden Trowel honors

Betsy Burlingame, Bev Dawson and Bruce Pape have been awarded Master Gardeners’ Golden Trowel Awards

United Way of Clallam County kicks of 2020 campaign

United Way of Clallam County’s 2020 Annual Campaign got underway on Sept. 11, as residents from Sequim to Forks participated in volunteer efforts that ranged… Continue reading

Peninsula artists to offer insights at Sept. 25 ArtBites event

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the creativity and collaboration behind Tangled Fibers on Sept. 25

YMCA opens grant applications for local youth leaders

Olympic Peninsula YMCA is accepting applications for the YMCA Dennis Watson Spirit of TEAM Grant.

Green Thumbs series to spotlight pumpkins, squash

Dr. Muriel Nesbitt discusses the different species of typically grown squashes and pumpkins

Make a leaf keychain with library kits

NOLS hosts session to show how to make a leaf keychain

Milestone: WAG gets boost from Harper Ridgeview

Representatives from Welfare For Animals Guild accept funds from Harper Ridgeview

Temporary closure set in upper Dungeness

Forest service roads in the upper Dungeness area will be closed for two or three days, Sept. 23-26

Julia Smith, the statewide wolf coordinator for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, leads a free online presentation about wolf biology, conservation and management on Sept. 16. Submitted photo

Wolves in spotlight at free OPAS presentation on Sept. 16

The statewide WDFW wolf coordinator provides the history and background about wolves on Sept. 16.

Julia Smith, the statewide wolf coordinator for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, leads a free online presentation about wolf biology, conservation and management on Sept. 16. Submitted photo