MAC walks to successful first event

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MAC walks to successful first event


Pioneer family descendant Judy Reandeau Stipe (far left) shares some Sequim tales in the shadow of the Sequim Opera House during the Museum & Arts Center’s Sequim History Walking Tour, an official Sequim Irrigation Festival event, on Friday, May 10. Stipe and fellow tour guides Jan Kendall Olts and MAC Executive Director DJ Bassett led the sold-out morning and afternoon tours to historical locations downtown, and the MAC is planning to hold additional tours this summer.

Photo by Reneé Mizar.

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