Sequim History Walking Tour scheduled today (Thursday)
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The tour will begin at the Museum Exhibit Center, once the city's post office, at 175 W. Cedar St. at 10:30 a.m.
Admission is $10. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
A second tour may be added at 1 p.m. if more than 10 people want to attend.
Bob Clark and Hazel Holmes Ault, both descendents of Dungeness Valley pioneer families, will lead a one-hour tour of several buildings, sharing both the histories of those buildings and personal anecdotes of events in Sequim's history.
Other buildings on the tour include the Sequim Trading Co., now Hurricane Coffee; the Sequim Opera House, now Bauer Interior Design; the International Order of Odd Fellows hall, now Doodlebugs; and Dresden Theatre, now the Sequim Gazette building.
Last modified: May 07. 2014 11:45PM