“Butterfly Girl” (digital art) by Angela Miller of Pasco, the Best of Show honor recipient at the 2021 Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition. Submitted art

“Butterfly Girl” (digital art) by Angela Miller of Pasco, the Best of Show honor recipient at the 2021 Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition. Submitted art

A&E briefs — June 9, 2021

  • Wednesday, June 9, 2021 1:30am
  • Life

Gem, mineral group sets ‘No Show’ — ‘Rock Show’

With the COVID pandemic shutting down its past three shows, the Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association is adjusting to host a “Now Show” — “Rock Show” open house from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, June 19, at the club’s shop at 40 W. Harrison Road in Sequim.

Club members will be selling rough rock, slabs, polished cabochons, beads, jewelry, used equipment, storage containers, used tools and miscellaneous item. There will also be children’s games, a raffle and grab bags with surprises, and attendees can view the club’s shop and classrooms. Free rocks for children will be available while supplies last.

All attendees must follow COVID guidelines, including wearing a mask.

For more information, call Kathy Schreiner at 360-460-0827.

Cougar art show at Pacific Pantry

Pacific Pantry, 229 S. Sequim Ave., hosts a cougar-inspired art show this month, featuring wildlife photography of Sequim conservation photographer, Dave Shreffler, wild cat conservation photographer Sebastian Kennerknecht and biologist Mark Elbroch.

Check out a preview of the exhibit online at panthera.org/puma-art.

More in Life

Milestone: Carson, Thaens earn academic honors at Southern New Hampshire University

Kimberly Carson and Jeffery Thaens of Sequim recently earned academic honors from… Continue reading

Get It Growing: Fascinating moths are night shift pollinators

The vision that usually comes to mind when one hears the word… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Physicians adds pediatrician for Sequim, PA clinics

Dr. Joshua Frankland recently joined the team of providers at Olympic Medical… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts’ ‘A Facility for Living’ cast, in rehearsal

Third time’s a charm? Katie Forgette’s comedy “A Facility for Living” has… Continue reading

Parenting In Focus: Talk, talk, talk to your baby

Language development, one of life’s most important areas of behavior, is significantly… Continue reading

‘Thor’apy at Sherwood Assisted Living

A sheepdog in sheep’s clothing? That seems to work for Don and… Continue reading

‘Work to Learn’ garden party set for Saturday

Mary Crook will demonstrate how to make attractive flower arrangements during the… Continue reading

Milestone: Kiwanis name ‘Cutest Dog’

The Kiwanis of Sequim-Dungeness named the “Cutest Dog” for its contest at… Continue reading

NOLT selects Jamestown tribe’s traditional foods, culture program for annual award

North Olympic Land Trust has awarded the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Traditional Foods… Continue reading

Most Read