Vendors are wanted for the Sequim Fire Centennial Celebration, set for 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9, at the Water Reuse Demonstration Park north of Carrie Blake Park.
The peninsula’s annual Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival, scheduled for Oct. 10-12 this year, has been nominated for “Best Food Festival” as part of the Best Northwest Escapes contest run by KING5 television’s “Evening Magazine.”
If his customers are as enthusiastic as butcher and artisan deli owner John Pabst is about freshly cured meats, then Pacific Pantry is bound to be a “go to” place in Sequim for local, natural meat and produce.
Washington’s Lottery announced its annual list of “Luckiest Stores” – retail locations that sold the most winning tickets worth $1,000 or more in the previous year — with two of the West Puget Sound’s stores in Sequim and one in Port Angeles.
Eight projects aimed at increasing tourism in Clallam County recently were funded by the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau, using $17,650 in sales tax revenues collected by lodgings in the unincorporated areas of the county.
Nell Clausen, left, sitting with Diane Drake, co-owner of the Sunshine Cafe in Sequim, guessed the exact number of M&M’s (748) in the jar and received a breakfast for two, once a month for an entire year from Sunshine Cafe.
The renovation of a historical Tudor-style Port Angeles home that will become a retreat center for families of fallen service members got a boost this month with a $12,000 Western Region grant award from The Home Depot Foundation.
In a first-of-its-kind effort to support the Peninsula Trails Coalition and the coalition’s work to complete the Olympic Discovery Trail, all seven North Peninsula bike shops are lending their labor for two weekends.