Business briefs — Nov. 3, 2021

  • Wednesday, November 3, 2021 1:30am
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Oak Table Café begins remodel

The Oak Table Café at 292 W. Bell St., Sequim, closed for a remodel on Nov. 1 and will reopen on Friday, Nov. 12. Regular hours resume then from 7 a.m.-3 p.m daily. For more information, call (360) 683-2179.

Sunshine Café closes for holidays

Sunshine Café, 145 W. Washington St., closed on Halloween with plans to reopen on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022. Owners wrote on Facebook they’ll use the “time to revamp the menu, clean and reorganize our kitchen and give our staff a much needed break to celebrate the holidays with their families.”

For more information, call 360-683-4282 or visit

Herbal classes set at Dandelion Botanical

Dandelion Botanical, 4681 Sequim Dungeness Way, offers herbal classes every Wednesday evening (except Thanksgiving Eve); times vary. Classes are taught by Bastyr graduate Lauren Morgan and Dandelion proprietor Kachi Cassinelli, a botanist and herbalist.

A class fee applies. Sign up online at or at the store.

Upcoming class themes include: “Loving our Livers,” Nov. 10; “Herbs and Dreams,” Nov. 17; “Herbal Giftmaking,” Dec. 1, and “Getting Beyond Counting Sheep,” Dec. 8.

Palmer joins team at Evergreen Home Loans

Evergreen Home Loans announced last week that Misty Palmer joined the Port Angeles office, led by Branch Manager Michele Adkisson, as a loan officer.

Palmer will provide a range of financing solutions for customers in the local area from the office at 1115 E. Front St., Suite B, Evergreen representatives said.

Holding 15 years of experience in finance and lending and having a passion for helping her customers realize their homeownership dreams, Palmer is a valuable addition to the Port Angeles team, the said.

“I’m honored and excited to be a part of Evergreen,” Palmer said. “I really appreciate that everyone strives to always wow customers with exceptional service and that giving back to the communities we serve is a core value.”

Contact Palmer at 360-504-0392 or

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