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Olympic Theatre Arts’ Young Thespians starts online programs

Young actors and actresses can now rehearse and get lessons from instructors in preparation for live performances in August through Olympic Theatre Arts’ Young Thespians… Continue reading

Parenting In Focus: An important lesson for mom

I am the mother of a large family. Some of the lessons I hope to teach my children and now my grandchildren, are ones I… Continue reading

  • Jun 10, 2020

Veterans Corner: Thanks to veteran supporters

A call went out from the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs for folks to write to the veterans in the five state veterans homes… Continue reading

Peninsula College to host visual arts festival

Peninsula College looks to celebrate student work in the arts during the Student Arts Festival, set for June 8-12, during our The annual event, sponsored… Continue reading

Blue Whole Gallery to host ‘walk-by’ exhibit

Blue Whole Gallery will present a new Walk-By Showing, “New Beginnings,” in the front windows beginning Friday, June 5. Featured artists are Lynne Armstrong and… Continue reading

Get It Growing: Common tomato problems

Tomatoes in home gardens For more information on growing tomatoes, read WSU’s “Vegetables: Growing Tomatoes in Home Gardens” (FS145E) available for free at https://s3.wp.wsu.edu/uploads/sites/2070/2019/09/FS145E.pdf. Tomatoes… Continue reading

Learn how to encourage bees at next Green Thumbs online session

Join Nita Wester, a Jefferson County Master Gardener, who will provide information on native bee species that live in Washington State and North America at… Continue reading

NOLS invites young students to ‘Lunch with a Librarian’

Youths in grades 4-6 can join two North Olympic Library System librarians for a lunchtime book discussion about books they have recently enjoyed. Hear new… Continue reading

Off the Shelf: Summer reading

We’re all looking forward to life getting back to “normal.” While this summer will look a bit different than past years, the library is still… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts stays active during shutdown

Olympic Theatre Arts for the past 10 weeks has been reaching out to its list of email subscribers with weekly notifications regarding the theatre’s activities.… Continue reading

Parenting Matters: Catch your child doing right

A child doing wrong somehow stands out. Maybe it is because they do it loudly or seem to do it while you are around them.… Continue reading

  • Jun 3, 2020

PC’s Honors Program Capstone Projects presentation set for June 11

The fifth-annual symposium for the presentation of Peninsula College Honors Program Capstone Projects is set for 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, June 11, when students will present… Continue reading

Peninsula College international student earns journalism award

Saki Kambi, managing editor Peninsula College’s student run newspaper, The Buccaneer, received an Honorable Mention award in the 2020 PNAJE Contest News category with 43… Continue reading

Peninsula College names 2020-2021 ASC officers, council members

Katelyn Sheldon of Port Angeles will serve as the Peninsula College’s 2020-21 student body president, while Grace Johnson of Marrowstone Island will serve as vice… Continue reading

Births — May 27, 2020

May 11, 2020 — 4:23 p.m., a son, Dean Michael Lotzgesell, 7 pounds 6 ounces, to Allison and Garrett Lotzgesell, Sequim.… Continue reading

City arts commission seeks artists for ‘Fluidity’ exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries of art, in any medium, for “Fluidity,” the commission’s next exhibit to be on digital display beginning… Continue reading

Physical therapist Cherry Bibler, left, works with Abby, The Rotary Club of Sequim’s first adaptive bike recipient.

Decade Nine: The 2010s

Over 90 years of community service, The Rotary Club of Sequim has been proud to support our local community by providing leadership in the building… Continue reading

  • May 27, 2020
Physical therapist Cherry Bibler, left, works with Abby, The Rotary Club of Sequim’s first adaptive bike recipient.

Free seed program help youths learn, stay active

The Master Gardener’s of Clallam County want to continue to gets children and their families growing. How about some free seeds? With the help from… Continue reading

Get It Growing: Thinking outside the usual berry basket with small fruits

By Jeanette Stehr-Green For the Sequim Gazette Last week, we covered four of the more popular small fruits grown in home gardens: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries… Continue reading

Master Gardeners to talk growing tomatoes

Get advice about growing tomatoes successfully in the North Olympic Peninsula’s maritime climate at the next Green Thumbs Garden Tips, set for noon-1 p.m. on… Continue reading