Business news briefs from across the North Olympic Peninsula
Olympic Medical Center
Amy Ahlin, a cardiac sonographer in the cardiac services department at Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles, holds a Zio Patch, an “easy-to-wear, comfortable heart monitor that produces high-quality results,” according to OMC. The device is for use on patients who may be asymptomatic or may suffer from symptoms such as palpitations, dizziness, lightheadedness, pre-syncope and syncope, shortness of breath, anxiety and fatigue, the hospital added. For more information, visit www.OlympicMedical.org or phone 360-417-7486.
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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SEQUIM — A Dropped Stitch yarn shop in Sequim will celebrate its seventh anniversary in business on Thursday (Oct. 31).
Owners Jean Montoya and Nora Polizzi will celebrate the event with their traditional “Treats and Tricky” discount lottery of up to 50 percent while also participating in Sequim's merchant trick or treat event for kids.
A Dropped Stitch is located at 170 W. Bell St., in Sequim.
Bookstore to offer peek at its wares
SEQUIM — Hart's Fine Books, 161 E. Washington St., will hold a preview open house during Sequim Art Walk from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday (Nov. 1).
“As our book elves are feverishly working behind the scenes to get over 20,000 out-of-print and antique books into inventory and onto the shelves, call us crazy, but we're opening our doors during Art Walk on Nov. 1 for a little preview,” owner Rosalind Reichner said.
The public is welcome to stop in to meet the Reichners and check out their collection of books dating back to the 18th century.
The book store is home to some rare and out-of-print books with plenty of reader copies too, so something for everyone.
Visitors will also find magazines from the 1940s, '50s and '60s and newspapers from various eras.
For more information, visit www.hartsfine
'Santa Shops Here'
PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend Main Street Program has a new “Santa Shops Here” promotion running from this Friday (Nov. 1) through Dec. 24.
For every $500 spent at 50 participating merchants in the historic districts, customers get to pick a $50 gift certificate from Main Street's wall of gift certificates.
Proof of purchase is required and only dollars spent at participating merchants qualify towards the $500 amount.
Some restrictions apply. Full details are available at www.ptmainstreet.org.
Last modified: October 29. 2013 7:17PM