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Sequim’s First Firday Art Walk celebrates August in yellow

Powered by bright, warm sunshine, the theme color for the August Sequim Art Walk is yellow! Yellow shines brightly like the sun fueling our world… Continue reading

  • Aug 4, 2021
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What’s Blooming in the Garden: Lavish lilies

Asiatic lilies (lillium) are blooming in the Sequim Botanical Garden, just north of Carrie Blake Community Park. These hybrid lilies bloom in mid-summer in a… Continue reading

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WOW! forum to focus on women’s health

Dr. Carolyn DeSalvo will present “Women’s Health Issues,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness Radio Forum, from 2-3 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 11, on KSQM… Continue reading

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Sequim Soroptimists call for 2022 Garden Gala Show art

Soroptimist International of Sequim is seeking artists for featured art in marketing and publicity materials for its 2022 Garden Gala Show. Selected artwork will be… Continue reading

Cows graze at Dungeness Valley Creamery in October 2020. The first of a three-farm tour hosted by the Clallam Conservation District starts at the 80-acre creamery Aug. 4, with other tour stops at Honky Donkey Care Farm in Carlsborg on 
Aug. 12 and Bent Gate Farms in Agnew on Aug. 24. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Free farm tours set for horse, livestock owners

The Clallam Conservation District has three farm tours scheduled in August in eastern Clallam County designed to help horse and livestock owners learn management techniques… Continue reading

Cows graze at Dungeness Valley Creamery in October 2020. The first of a three-farm tour hosted by the Clallam Conservation District starts at the 80-acre creamery Aug. 4, with other tour stops at Honky Donkey Care Farm in Carlsborg on 
Aug. 12 and Bent Gate Farms in Agnew on Aug. 24. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Community Calendar — July 21, 2021

Editor’s note: Is your group meeting once more and wanting to get into the community calendar? Let us know at editor@sequimgazette.com or 360-683-3311. — MD… Continue reading

  • Jul 28, 2021
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A&E briefs — July 28, 2021

First 2021 Music in the Park event features Stardust Big Band Stardust Big Band takes the stage at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3, at the… Continue reading

  • Jul 28, 2021
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Clallam Junior Livestock Auction set for Aug. 7 in Sequim

The Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction is set for 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7, at the Pumpkin Patch, 260045 U.S. Highway 101, Sequim. The auction… Continue reading

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Get It Growing: Do you treat your garden soil like dirt?

Soil is the skin of the earth and just like our own skin, it requires sunshine, water, air, and nutrients. Without an adequate supply of… Continue reading

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Parenting In Focus: Lies and truth

You have probably read that lying is a sign of intellectual growth in your children. It is hardly something most parents are delighted to hear.… Continue reading

  • Jul 28, 2021
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Paws to Consider:

Who doesn’t love adorable bundles of frolicking fur? They are almost completely irresistible. So much so that sometimes people adopt a small puppy due to… Continue reading

  • Jul 28, 2021
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Peninsula College lists 2021 spring honor roll

Peninsula College recently released names of students were named to the school’s President’s List and Honor Roll for Spring Quarter 2021. TO be named to… Continue reading

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PHOTO: Gallagher shares from ‘Keep a Green Bough’

Poet Tess Gallagher shares a portion of her essay, “Two Northwests” with the audience at Railroad Bridge Park’s amphitheater on July 25, flanked by some… Continue reading

  • Jul 28, 2021
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Katime joins primary care staff at Olympic Medical Physicians

Olympic Medical Center welcomes Edward Katime is joining the Olympic Medical Physicians’ primary care team, Olympic Medical Center representatives announced recently. Katime joins Olympic Medical… Continue reading

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Emmaly Wood of Joyce, 10, arranges slices of blackberry pie for sale to the public during the 2018 Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival in Joyce. The event is back on after a one-year hiatus in 2020  because of the COVID pandemic. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Joyce Blackberry Festival set for Aug. 7

The blackberry bonanza is back. The community’s annual civic celebration may be a bit small this year, but organizers of the Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry… Continue reading

Emmaly Wood of Joyce, 10, arranges slices of blackberry pie for sale to the public during the 2018 Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival in Joyce. The event is back on after a one-year hiatus in 2020  because of the COVID pandemic. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Go tidepooling in Clallam Bay with NOLS program

As part of the Summer Reading Program, the North Olympic Library System (NOLS) is partnering with Feiro Marine Life Center to provide a morning of… Continue reading

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Sarturday’s ‘Digging Deeper’ series spotlights Woodcock Demonstration Garden

Anna Plager will present “Woodcock Demonstration Garden – Then and Now – 1987 to 2021” from 10:30 a.m.-noon on Saturday, July 24, on Zoom. Plager… Continue reading

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NOLS to host ”The History of Cannabis and its Prohibition’

As part of the Summer Reading Program, the North Olympic Library System (NOLS) presents “The History of Cannabis and its Prohibition” at 6 p.m. on… Continue reading

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Port Angeles Fine Arts Center welcomes new executive director

With more than 20 years of nonprofit leadership, Christine Loewe is the new executive director for the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. The organization in… Continue reading

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Milestone: Sequim’s Carpenter gets Pacific U honor

Colleen Carpenter of Sequim received Pacific University’s Peggy Cadd Award for Service in the Arts, the school announced in May. The award is named in… Continue reading

  • Jul 21, 2021