Sequim Gazette Staff

History Tales to feature the history of First Federal

Karen McCormick, retired president and CEO of First Federal, presents the story of the financial institution at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation… Continue reading

Learn how to extend invites at next Backyard Birding

Carolyn Wilcox, owner and guide for Experience Olympic Tours on the Olympic Peninsula, is the guest speaker at the next Backyard Birding Series, set for… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates lock up NWAC tourney berth

Men’s basketball: Pirates lock up NWAC tourney berth

North Region standings Team Rec. Over. Everett 12-1 24-4 Peninsula 8-5 18-10 Bellevue 6-7 17-11 Edmonds 7-6 19-9 Whatcom 6-7 13-13 Shoreline 5-8 8-15 Olympic… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates lock up NWAC tourney berth

North Olympic History Center offers scholarships for ‘Hands on History’

An old organization with a new name is looking for students to write papers about Clallam County history. Members of the Clallam County Historical Society… Continue reading

Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band earns high praise at festival

Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band earns high praise at festival

The Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band 1, led by director Dan Tutton, recently placed first in the 1-A Division at the Clark College Jazz Festival, held… Continue reading

Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band earns high praise at festival

Olympic Peninsula Authors invite public to ‘Wine & Sign’

Hosted by 1 of a Kind Gallery, the Olympic Peninsula Authors are putting on “Wine & Sign,” a two-part event set for 3-4:30 p.m. on… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts’ production of ‘Starting Here, Starting Now’ is cast

Greg Scherer directs Olympic Theatre Art’s production of the musical “Starting Here, Starting Now,” and has cast the trio of Christy Holy, Cathy Marshall and… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Olympic Medical Center workers, from left, exercise specialist Sherry Xiong, nuclear medical technician Brittany Payseno and cardiac sonographer Kerie Swegle talk with guest Dee Kurtz before the start of Friday’s 11th annual Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon at Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles. The charity event, hosted by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, benefitted the Olympic Medical Center Foundation with goal of raising funds toward the purchase of a nuclear camera for cardiac stress testing.

Record funds raised at Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon on Feb. 23 raised a record $77,000, an increase of 26 percent from last year’s… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Olympic Medical Center workers, from left, exercise specialist Sherry Xiong, nuclear medical technician Brittany Payseno and cardiac sonographer Kerie Swegle talk with guest Dee Kurtz before the start of Friday’s 11th annual Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon at Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles. The charity event, hosted by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, benefitted the Olympic Medical Center Foundation with goal of raising funds toward the purchase of a nuclear camera for cardiac stress testing.
Sequim Accordion Social to feature Bonnie Birch Trio

Sequim Accordion Social to feature Bonnie Birch Trio

The next Sequim Accordion Social is set for 1-4 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at the Shipley Center, 921 E. Hammond St. Join fellow accordion players,… Continue reading

Sequim Accordion Social to feature Bonnie Birch Trio
Sequim Little League registration open through March 1

Sequim Little League registration open through March 1

Registration for the upcoming Sequim Little League season is open through March 1. With teams and divisions for youths of ages 5-15, the league is… Continue reading

Sequim Little League registration open through March 1
Sequim contestants Rich Proctor, Craig Barron, Jean McDonald and Lindy MacLaine are interviewed by Contest Toastmaster Linda Christensen. Submitted photo

Skwim Toastmasters advance in competitions

Jean McDonald and Lindy MacLaine, winners of Skwim Toastmasters Club’s Evaluation and International Speech Contests on Feb. 20, have advanced to the next level of… Continue reading

Sequim contestants Rich Proctor, Craig Barron, Jean McDonald and Lindy MacLaine are interviewed by Contest Toastmaster Linda Christensen. Submitted photo

Spring genealogy seminar to feature popular presenter

Janet O’Conor Camarata is the featured speaker at the Genealogical Society of Clallam County’s spring seminar “Location, Location, Location!” scheduled for Saturday, March 10, at… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: PC sweeps Skagit, Olympic to stay in postseason picture

Women’s basketball: PC sweeps Skagit, Olympic to stay in postseason picture

North Region standings Team Rec. Over. Bellevue 9-2 19-8 Everett 9-3 20-6 Skagit Valley 7-4 13-13 Olympic 5-6 8-14 Peninsula 5-6 7-16 Edmonds 2-9 5-21… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: PC sweeps Skagit, Olympic to stay in postseason picture
Workshops encourage art creation through reusing, recycling, repurposing

Workshops encourage art creation through reusing, recycling, repurposing

The Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair is partnering with local craft artists people to teach workshops that demonstrate the creation of items using… Continue reading

Workshops encourage art creation through reusing, recycling, repurposing

Redshaw’s one-act plays in spotlight at OTA in March

“A Conversation with Hattie McDaniel” and “Hazel Speaks!” — two one-act plays written, produced and directed by Rebecca Redshaw — is set for 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading

A decade of dancing

A decade of dancing

Five Acre School 10th-annual Barn Dance Fundraiser When: 2 p.m.-late Saturday, March 3 Where: The Big Barn Farm, 702 Kitchen-Dick Road, Sequim Cost: Tickets/wristbands $5… Continue reading

A decade of dancing

City of Sequim puts out call for summer program performers, sponsors

The City of Sequim is now accepting applications for performers for the following summer programs: • 2018 season of Music in the Park held 6-8… Continue reading

City of Sequim turns to goats for vegetation control pilot program

Nicknamed the “Vege-lantes,” three goats — yes, goats — are part of a City of Sequim pilot program to manage vegetation on city property. The… Continue reading

Fourth Friday Readings feature Barton, Leuthold

Fourth Friday Readings feature Barton, Leuthold

This month’s Fourth Friday Readings speakers will draw on law enforcement and military careers. Set for 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 23 at The Lodge, 660… Continue reading

Fourth Friday Readings feature Barton, Leuthold

Gymnastics: Pfeffer caps season at state meet

Sequim High sophomore Lesae Pfeffer finished her sophomore season at the same meet she did as a freshman — the state finals. Pfeffer placed 68th… Continue reading