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For a few years, Robin Hall has taken the lead on quality productions at Sequim High School including the popular operettas. This summer through Peninsula Family Theaters she and a large cast and crew finish their run of “Les Misérables” at Sequim High School auditorium running 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, July 31-Aug.2.
The North Olympic Library System offers seven evenings of live music at the Sequim Library and the Port Angeles Library this summer.
Gardening offers many benefits to the gardener. If you’d like your kids to grow up gardening and learning how to grow their own food, here are some suggestions to get you started.
Marty and Char Martin bought Sequim Spice and Tea, 121 W. Washington St., in April of last year before moving it a little over a week ago into the former space of Pacific Mist Books to accommodate a growing need.
The tale of Hansel and Gretel is about to be turned on its head. The Port Angeles Community Players Playhouse, 1235 E. Lauridsen Blvd., presents four shows of “The (Almost) Totally True Story of Hansel and Gretel” by Steph DeFerie and directed by Barbara Frederick.
Here are upcoming happenings in Sequim's arts and entertainment community.
All are welcome to the ecumenical Taize service at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. Fifth Ave., starting at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 28. In a meditative candlelit atmosphere, which includes singing simple repetitive songs, participants may simply sit peacefully during the hour long service or join in the chorus while experiencing the calming effect of being in God’s presence. Taize will continue to be held the fourth Monday of each month.
WSU Clallam County Master Gardener David Rambin will present at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 26, methods of growing vegetables during the fall and winter season at the Master Gardener’s Woodcock Demonstration Garden at 2711 Woodcock Road, Sequim.
Peninsula College plays host to a pair of jazz concerts, set for Aug. 4 and 12. The Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of P.C. music professor Dr. David Jones, is bringing back its summer concert series with two performances; both are free and open to the public.
The third annual Karaoke Idol contest will be presented Tuesday, Aug. 5, as part of the City of Sequim’s Music in the Park program.
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The Sequim Library kicks off its fourth annual Summertime Music! outdoor concert series at 6 p.m. Friday, July 25, with lively tunes from folk-grass band Good Machine. Bring a picnic, blankets and chairs, and sit back, relax or boogie down while enjoying some local music.
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The Olympic Music Festival presents the fourth weekend of its 31st season July 19 and 20, with Charles Wetherbee and Korine Fujiwara on violin, Alan Iglitzin on viola and Walter Gray on cello.
At 7 p.m. on Friday, July 11, Dungeness Records and Calvary Chapel Sequim present Californian musical duo Hilary and Kate. Hilary Watson and Kate Feldtkeller bring roots, bluegrass, folk and gospel genres via guitar and violin.
A cadre of Sequim’s avid watercolorists gathered at Straitside Studio for a five-day workshop with nationally and internationally recognized artist Stan Miller of Spokane, who’s been supporting himself with his art for more than 30 years, painting between 20-100 works yearly.
Stage adaptation of Hugo’s novel comes Lavender Weekend
One last go for sleuth in Sequim as OTA stages ‘Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure’