Sequim Gazette Staff

Entertainment — Art/crafts fair focuses on reuse, recycle and repurpose

Enjoy shopping, food, photo ops, entertainment, demonstrations and FUN at the Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair starting with the First Friday Art Walk Patron Preview… Continue reading

Late sports: Sequim baseball, fastpitch teams beat Bremerton

With just a few games remaining in the regular season, Sequim’s baseball and fastpitch teams are eyeing the postseason. The Wolves took big steps toward… Continue reading

Oltmpic Peninsula Men’s Chorus sets barbershop, doo wop shows for May 6

The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus, in conjunction with Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim, are presenting two shows — “Barbershop and Doo Wop” — on May… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus offers free singing lessons

The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus will be presenting “Free Singing Lessons For Men” starting on May 9 and continuing for four weeks. Lessons are one… Continue reading

OTA announces cast for ‘The Gin Game’

Sequim’s Olympic Theatre Arts has announced the casting of the next Second Stage production, “The Gin Game,” opening on May 12. There are only two… Continue reading

OTA presents songster Burke Garrett during First Friday

Get ready for a bit of musical history and tunes from the greats — from Ellington and Gershwin to Mercer — all brought to the… Continue reading

Police blotter — May 3, 2017

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. April 23… Continue reading

Sequim wins USA TODAY Best Northwestern Small Town competition

Sequim Wins USA TODAY competition

Sports briefs — May 3, 2017

Storm King soccer club tryouts set The Storm King Soccer Club hosts tryouts for the 2017-2018 season from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, May 6, and 11… Continue reading

State unemployment rate dropped to near-record low in March

Washington’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 4.9 to 4.7 percent in March — the lowest rate since August 2007, according to the state Employment… Continue reading

Survivor’s Outdoor Experience offers retreat for cancer survivors

Survivor’s Outdoor Experience presents its sixth “Healing Adventure” at the Olympic NatureBridge Campus on Lake Crescent, set for May 19-21. Participants will include individuals that… Continue reading

Track & Field: SHS boys improve to 11-1 with meet sweep

Murray Bingham, Curtis Gorr and Riley Martin each earned a pair of individual victories as Sequim’s boys improved to 11-1 on the season by sweeping… Continue reading

Variety of plants on sale from Master Gardeners

A broad selection of perennial shrubs, groundcovers, flowering perennials, vegetable starts, herbs, ornamental grasses and native trees and shrubs will be on sale at the… Continue reading

United Way celebrates campaign, thanks donors

United Way of Clallam County board members and staff will thank donors at the annual campaign celebration from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4, at H2O… Continue reading

‘Hombres’ join ‘Mujeres’ in annual fundraiser

The Mujeres de Maiz (Women of Corn) Opportunity Foundation welcomes High Divide plus Bill and Rudy, who will perform in the fifth annual Men With… Continue reading

CoastSavers seeking volunteers to help clean Washington beaches

On one morning in April of last year, more than 1,400 volunteers came together to remove more than 20 tons of trash from at least… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — April 26, 2017

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Lady Niners, Crazy Eights, April 13 First division — 1. Donna Maclean, 21.5; 2. Olympia Brehm, 22.5; 3. Carol… Continue reading

Community: Duck Derby tickets go on sale Friday

Ducks went on sale for the 28th Annual Duck Derby Presented by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe on Friday, April 21, with racers once again having… Continue reading

Department of Ecology looks to remove Sunnydell Dryke Shooting Range from Hazardous Sites List

The Washington State Department of Ecology is proposing removing the Sunnydell Dryke Shooting Range from its Hazardous Sites List after extensive cleanup work has been… Continue reading

Education: Apply now for PC scholarships

The Peninsula College Foundation is offering dozens of scholarships to students attending Peninsula College for the 2017-2018 school year, with several that have opened since… Continue reading