Olympic Peninsula News Group

Fire destroys Dungeness home, sends two to hospital

Two people were rescued from a burning home on Thornton Drive overlooking the Dungeness Spit. The house at 20 Thornton Drive was declared… Continue reading

Rock Walk to explore geology of Dungeness Spit

The geologic history and coastal evolution of Dungeness Spit will be featured during Rock Walk at 11 a.m. Saturday. The free walk will… Continue reading

Auditions set for three upcoming Olympic Theatre Arts productions

Olympic Theatre Arts has announced auditions for three upcoming productions playing early in 2018. Directors Britni Alleman-DeLorenzi and Josh Sutcliffe will host auditions… Continue reading

Author to read from book about life in Himalayas

Peninsula College instructor Sarah Shepard will read from her memoir of life in the Himalayas as the featured writer at the Fourth Friday… Continue reading

‘Green Thumb’ series presenter to talk about beneficial insects today

Clallam County Master Gardener Audreen Williams will explain why gardeners should recognize several common insects as more helpful than harmful and employ… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival announces next year’s logo, storyline

The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s board of directors has announced its logo and storyline for the festival’s 123rd year, set to run May 4-13.… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County hosts five-week grief support group

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County is offering a five-week grief support group series from Monday through Nov. 27. The program is free and… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Pianos on the street and available for playing through Saturday before auction set for Aug. 5

SEQUIM — The three artistically designed pianos through the Keying Around art and music program are still out on the street and available for playing… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Pianos on the street and available for playing through Saturday before auction set for Aug. 5

SEQUIM — The three artistically designed pianos through the Keying Around art and music program are still out on the street and available for playing… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Annual Shipley Center gala tonight in Sequim

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 29. SEQUIM — The theme will be Off to the Races at Shipley Center's fifth annual Gala… Continue reading

New parking spaces, access road open at Sequim’s Carrie Blake Park

SEQUIM — New parking and an access road by the Albert Haller Playfields and James Center for Performing Arts are open in Carrie Blake Park… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Poet to read tonight in Sequim for Fourth Friday Readings

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 22. SEQUIM — Writers on the Spit will host poet William Mawhinney tonight for the group's Fourth… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Haller Foundation grant applications are due today

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 1. Applications for grants from the Albert Haller Foundation are due to United Way today. The foundation… Continue reading

Citizens for Sequim Schools’ annual meeting today; group to elect members, make plans

SEQUIM — The Citizens for Sequim Schools will elect board members and make plans for the coming year at its annual meeting at 6:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Scholarship available for Forks students aiming for college; application deadline is July 22

FORKS — Forks residents whose college goals might have been put on hold because of finances or life challenges are encouraged to apply for the… Continue reading

Sequim plans downtown roadwork to start today

City crews will begin replacing a water main and sewer main on North and South Sunnyside avenues from Maple Street to East Fir… Continue reading

Audubon group seeks volunteers to study swans; training to be held Tuesday in Sequim

Once again, a group of citizen scientists is joining local and out-of-area birders who are keeping their eyes on returning swans. Martha Jordan,… Continue reading

Railroad Bridge link of Olympic Discovery Trail open again after upgrades

SEQUIM — Without major fanfare, the bridge at Dungeness Railroad Bridge Park, which is a link in the Olympic Discovery Trail, is open once again.… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation float ready to steam ahead in festival

BLYN — This year's Sequim Irrigation Festival float is ready to steam ahead. The state's oldest and longest continuously running festival, set this year for… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Purple flower power: Sequim’s Lavender Weekend contends for best floral fest honors

Olympic Peninsula News Group SEQUIM — Sequim's lavender is gaining some national attention once again as the Lavender Weekend holds steady at 15th out of… Continue reading