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Artist awakens wood, weaving in new ways
The Clallam County Marine Resources Committee has teamed up with the Feiro Marine Life Center to promote ocean literacy among students.
Charlie Johnson owns 235 eggs, but not a single hen. And no one would make an omelette with his beautiful wooden objects.
Have you ever had lunch with a hyrax? Or dinner with a fosa?
Anyone with a camera can take a picture. It takes a photo- journalist to take images that tell stories.
While home on lunch break during the Christmas Bird Count (CBC) last year, I saw a flock of 20 trumpeter swans in a field slightly outside my assigned territory.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church invites the community to an evening of music performed by the new St. Luke's choir under the direction of Lorraine Martin.
Trinity United Methodist Church's 28-member Chancel Choir hopes Sequim will celebrate Jesus' birth early this holiday season.
Dungeness Community Church has a new take on redemption.
Reader's Theatre Plus announces its second annual presentation of a staged reading of Frank Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life," and in collaboration with Olympic Theatre Arts will present readings of two different versions of "A Christmas Carol."
"Some of the best things come in small packages," says Sally Erlendson.
Multifaceted writer Lynnette Baughman brings her latest effort, "Bed, Bath and Beloved," to the Museum and Arts Center for a book signing on Thursday, Dec. 3.
Bill Chisham puts his introspective thoughts into writing - first into the notebook he always carries, later into self-published books.
Many adults have fond memories of their favorite childhood books and remember the names of the authors and recite the nursery rhymes.
Whether racing pine cars or memorizing Bible verses, Awana participants at Sequim Bible Church keep their traditions going strong.
The NorthWest Women's Chorale will perform three holiday concerts in December.