Famed librarian to discuss her first novel

“America’s Librarian” and NPR books commentator Nancy Pearl will visit the Port Angeles Library at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Pearl will discuss her… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Be vigilant in protecting religious freedom

JEWS BEGAN YOM Kippur recently with the haunting chant of Kol Nidre (“all vows”). In this prayer, promises made in the past year are declared… Continue reading

Mentalist to astound at Sequim Elks Lodge

The Sequim Elks Lodge will host a spaghetti dinner and show featuring mentalist Brian Ledbetter on Saturday. The dinner will begin at 5:30… Continue reading

OTA invites public to ‘The Haunting House’

Ghosts, goblins and ghouls? Must be that time of year again. Olympic Theatre Arts will usher in the scary Halloween season with the… Continue reading

Sisters and spouses headline Music Live with Lunch

The Vivona sisters, Dr. Grace Vivona Yelland and Dr. Christine Vivona, will return to play Music Live with Lunch on Tuesday, and their… Continue reading

Rally in Alley aims to clean up Sequim neighborhoods

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County, the city of Sequim and Olympic Disposal have teamed up for Saturday’s Rally in the Alley neighborhood… Continue reading

Spring bulbs topic of lecture Thursday in Port Angeles

Master Gardener Jan Danford will discuss how to select and plant healthy spring garden bulbs at noon Thursday. The lecture, the next… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Art Association show coming up

The Olympic Peninsula Art Association will host a reception for its four-day Member’s Show and Silent Auction Fundraiser on Wednesday. The exhibit will… Continue reading

Gardener says goodbye to organic garden she helped grow

For more than nine years, Liz Harper has helped cultivate the Community Organic Gardens of Sequim. She and dozens of other gardeners have… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: The science behind those breathtaking autumn colors

WHAT MAKES SOME leaves red, others orange, others from greens to yellow or gold, some purple or ember? Why are there good years, bad years,… Continue reading

CARSON BIRDING: Brush up on gull identification to stave off confusion

“YOUR GULLS COULD eat ours!” That’s the impression our glaucous-winged gulls made on friends visiting from Australia. I think Don was only half-joking. Australia’s common… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Time to change Part D if you wish to

THIS COLUMN IS going to be about Medicare. If you are relatively new to Medicare or teetering on the brink thereof, it might be genuinely… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: A fun time had at River Fest

IT WAS A beautiful sunny day Sept. 30 when I swung by the 18th annual Audubon center’s River Festival at Sequim’s Railroad Bridge Park. While… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Grilled cheese sandwich and tomato soup provide fall comfort food

THE ULTIMATE KIDDO compliment: “Mama, your homemade tomato soup tastes just like the stuff from a can.” That was uttered more than six years ago… Continue reading

Free Saturday matinees screened at Sequim Library

Break out the popcorn — it’s family movie night. The Sequim Library at 630 N. Sequim Ave. will revive its Family Flicks movie… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Check your ego and ask Jesus for help

HEAVEN OR HELL, one thing we know for sure is that our soul is meant for eternity. Our words, our actions, our faith, will hold… Continue reading

Canoe journeys documented in exhibit of photographs

The Peninsula College Longhouse Art Gallery will present an exhibit, “Intertribal Canoe Journeys on the Salish Sea,” in the House of Learning… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: As temps, colors change, don’t shirk garden duties

SOON, A RAINBOW of color will wash all of the deciduous trees around us with the magnificent colors of fall foliage. October is the beginning… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Memories of Port Angeles grocery store shared

SEVERAL PEOPLE RECOGNIZED the Lindberg Open Air Market at Fourth and Lincoln streets in Port Angeles from the September picture of the month. Judi Lindberg… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Mysteries of migration produce surprise visitors

WHEN A GOOD friend arrives and it has been several months since you last saw them, it’s a happy day. Two such “friends” arrived this… Continue reading