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Parenting In Focus: The importance of imitating

One of the primary ways young children learn behavior is by imitation. You, the parent, are teaching your baby from the very beginning of her… Continue reading

  • Apr 7, 2021
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NOLS hosts book talks this month

Take part in a book club without leaving the house! The North Olympic Library System hosts four virtual book discussion group meetings monthly. Registration through… Continue reading

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A&E briefs — April 7, 2021

Community Journals program starts in April The North Olympic Library System hosts Clallam County Writes: Community Journals, a program that helps patrons connect with others,… Continue reading

  • Apr 7, 2021

Free radio forum helps prepare for making medical decisions

Nurse Sandra L. Ulf of Olympic Medical Center presents “Who will speak for you when you can not?”, a free WOW! Working on Wellness radio… Continue reading

Milestone: Sequim students earn WGU degrees

Jason Ferri, Carra Manley and Kelly Miller of Sequim were among a group of local residents who recently earned degrees from Western Governors University, an… Continue reading

  • Apr 7, 2021
Tedescos and Sequim’s Welfare for Animals Guild’s (WAG) partnered again with a portion of one night’s sales helping local dogs. Christina and Eric Thompson, Tedescos co-owners, in middle, gave the donation to Barbara Brabant, WAG’s board president, on left, and ranch manager Mel Marshall, right. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Milestones: Tedescos hosts WAG Night benefit to help local dogs

Tedescos hosts WAG Night benefit to help local dogs For the third year, Christina and Eric Thompson, co-owners of Tedescos, 210 W. Washington St., kept… Continue reading

Tedescos and Sequim’s Welfare for Animals Guild’s (WAG) partnered again with a portion of one night’s sales helping local dogs. Christina and Eric Thompson, Tedescos co-owners, in middle, gave the donation to Barbara Brabant, WAG’s board president, on left, and ranch manager Mel Marshall, right. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
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NOLS revives ‘Aging Mastery’ program

Back by popular demand, the North Olympic Library System invites older adults to take part in the National Council on Aging’s Aging Mastery Program. Weekly… Continue reading

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Volunteer Hospice offers online grief group

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County offers a free, weekly online grief support group this month. Sessions are 2-3:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, April 13-May 18. Register… Continue reading

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Peninsula College offers community education classes online

After several years on hiatus, Peninsula College’s community education classes are back — virtually. PC Community Ed currently has 21 courses listed, with topics ranging… Continue reading

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Paws to Consider: ESP in cats … it’s not what you think

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society (OPHS) is very lucky to have a full-time veterinarian, vet tech and a stellar staff to care for our animals. They… Continue reading

  • Apr 3, 2021
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Port Townsend film fest brings back ‘Charged’

The Port Townsend Film Festival brings back a popular film from the 2017 Festival for its April installment of the monthly program, PTFF Pics. “Charged:… Continue reading

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Art as storytelling at Blue Whole Gallery in April

Blue Whole Gallery’s featured artists for April 2021 are active with the written page and canvas. Jeannine Chappell and Pam Fries, both artists and authors,… Continue reading

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Big Library Read explores ‘The Art of Taking it Easy’

North Olympic Library System patrons are invited to join thousands of readers around the world in laughter and learning during Big Library Read, the world’s… Continue reading

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Clallam County Health Officer Dr. Allison Berry Unthank. Photo by Jesse Major/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Free virtual talk explores how pandemic affects those with disabilities

Clallam County Parent to Parent is hosting a free virtual “Roundtable Discussion: Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Coming Out of the Pandemic” at 4 p.m. on Thursday,… Continue reading

Clallam County Health Officer Dr. Allison Berry Unthank. Photo by Jesse Major/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Garden talk to offer ‘common sense’ guide to using fungicide

Veteran gardener Bob Cain presents “A Common Sense Guide to Fungicide Use” at the next Green Thumbs Garden Tips event set for noon-1 p.m. on… Continue reading

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Get It Growing: Fungal disease causes and treatment

Fungi are everywhere; on our bodies, on our food, on our plants and in the air we breathe. In the garden, we encounter fungi on… Continue reading

Parenting In Focus: Home chores

When it comes time for your little one to take more responsibility, you need to look carefully for ways to do this right. In many… Continue reading

  • Mar 31, 2021

Olympic Medical Center expands marketing, communications team

Looking to maintain a marketing and communication strategy that keeps patients, potential patients, employees, civic leaders and others informed, Olympic Medical Center recently added and… Continue reading

Mielstone: Olympic Medical Center honors patient access staff

The Olympic Medical Center Board of Commissioners recognized four representatives from OMC’s patient access services department at a virtual board meeting earlier this year, acknowledging… Continue reading

Milestone: Olympic Medical Center honors four Heart Center employees

Olympic Medical Center’s Board of Commissioners at a recent virtual board meeting recognized four employees from the Olympic Medical Heart Center for their commitment to… Continue reading