Olympic Peninsula News Group

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Volunteers sought for Dungeness tree planting

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition and the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe are seeking volunteers to help plant native trees along a new side channel on the… Continue reading

 

United Way provides nonprofits with $300K of Impact Funding

Five area nonprofit agencies have received a combined six-figure boost from United Way of Clallam County. United Way’s Funds Distribution Committee agreed… Continue reading

 

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Lecture: Singing, dancing good for brains, bodies

Brain-body connections will be highlighted at the next WOW! Working on Wellness Radio Forum at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The forum will be on… Continue reading

 

Attendees of a recent Olympic BirdFest enjoy a field trip at Dungeness Landing. Registration for the 2023 event is open at OlympicBirdFest.org. (Photo courtesy of Dungeness River Nature Center)

Registration opens for Olympic BirdFest

Four-day event includes banquet, classes and cruise

Attendees of a recent Olympic BirdFest enjoy a field trip at Dungeness Landing. Registration for the 2023 event is open at OlympicBirdFest.org. (Photo courtesy of Dungeness River Nature Center)
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Unidentified children particpate in a library activity.

Clallam libraries to host storytimes starting in January

The North Olympic Library System is offering storytime sessions at all four of its North Olympic Peninsula branches from January through April.… Continue reading

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Unidentified children particpate in a library activity.

Sequim chamber elects Everett, Robinson to board

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce has added two members to its board of directors. Chamber members elected Colleen Robinson, CEO of Habitat… Continue reading

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Wreaths Across America ceremony on Saturday

Help needed to honor veterans

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The Dungeness Off-Channel Reservoir is pictured in an artist's rendering by Anchor QEA, the project’s engineering firm.

Open house to provide information about Dungeness reservoir

Project aims to protect irrigation water, save salmon, create park

The Dungeness Off-Channel Reservoir is pictured in an artist's rendering by Anchor QEA, the project’s engineering firm.

‘Radiant Light’ to shine again at VHOCC

Locals looking to honor their loved ones and help a community nonprofit at the same time can do so at Volunteer Hospice… Continue reading

Photo by Dow Lambert / Shirley Anderson and Ken Wiersema lead the next Backyard Birding series, hosted by the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society, on Saturday. Pictured here are Roufus hummingbirds on a feeder.

Backyard Birding to spotlight ‘The Inside Story’

After a long hiatus because of COVID concerns and building construction, Backyard Birding programs hosted by the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society (OPAS) are… Continue reading

Photo by Dow Lambert / Shirley Anderson and Ken Wiersema lead the next Backyard Birding series, hosted by the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society, on Saturday. Pictured here are Roufus hummingbirds on a feeder.
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 Snowshoers enjoy a new snowfall at Hurricane Ridge in this file photo.

Olympic National Park begins winter season

Winter season operations for Hurricane Ridge began Friday and will continue through March 26. That means that, weather permitting, Hurricane Ridge… Continue reading

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 Snowshoers enjoy a new snowfall at Hurricane Ridge in this file photo.
Coats For Kids organizers Karen Lewis and Heidi Albrecht present Levi Douglas, Clallam County Veterans Program Coordinator, with more than $1,200 worth of certificates for veterans at the Northwest Veterans Resource Center.

Coats for Kids helps local veterans

Coats For Kids has provided the Northwest Veterans Resource Center with $1,225 worth of certificates that can be used for coats, shoes, socks… Continue reading

Coats For Kids organizers Karen Lewis and Heidi Albrecht present Levi Douglas, Clallam County Veterans Program Coordinator, with more than $1,200 worth of certificates for veterans at the Northwest Veterans Resource Center.
Jennifer Harris, demonstrating needle felting, is one of several artists participating in the Fiber Arts Festival “Interlaced Lore — Adventure, Fellowship, & Perseverance” exhibition’s final day at Sequim Museum & Arts on Saturday. (Submitted photo)

Art Beat to be part of Small Business Saturday

Community members are invited to celebrate creativity and collaboration while supporting local artists and art organizations with Art Beat Small Business Saturday, hosted… Continue reading

Jennifer Harris, demonstrating needle felting, is one of several artists participating in the Fiber Arts Festival “Interlaced Lore — Adventure, Fellowship, & Perseverance” exhibition’s final day at Sequim Museum & Arts on Saturday. (Submitted photo)
Tuttie Peetz, right, brings her wreath-making equipment and piles of greens, cones and ribbons to the River Center Holiday Nature Mart this weekend. The sale of handcrafted items, holiday wreaths and arrangements, baked goods and candy, is set for Saturday and Sunday to support the Dungeness River Nature Center’s education programs. (Submitted photo)

River Center Nature Mart set for this weekend

The Dungeness River Nature Center will host its annual River Center Holiday Nature Mart this weekend. From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday… Continue reading

Tuttie Peetz, right, brings her wreath-making equipment and piles of greens, cones and ribbons to the River Center Holiday Nature Mart this weekend. The sale of handcrafted items, holiday wreaths and arrangements, baked goods and candy, is set for Saturday and Sunday to support the Dungeness River Nature Center’s education programs. (Submitted photo)

Sequim calls for vendors for Sunshine Market

The City of Sequim invites craft and merchandise vendors to apply for booth space at the City’s Sunshine Market, a part of the… Continue reading

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Milestone: Clallam’s Habitat for Humanity gets $17.5K grant

Astound Broadband Powered by Wave has donated $17,500 to Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County to support the organization’s mission of “bringing… Continue reading

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Lantern workshops set at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center is hosting adult and youth-friendly workshops throughout the month of November, each as part of the… Continue reading

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Mary Beth Beuke of West Coast Sea Glass is one of a dozen participating artists on the Strait from the Artists, a free, self-guided tour slated for Nov. 12. (Submitted photo)

Inaugural Strait from the Artists Studio Tour launches Saturday

Visitors can talk with artists in their own places

Mary Beth Beuke of West Coast Sea Glass is one of a dozen participating artists on the Strait from the Artists, a free, self-guided tour slated for Nov. 12. (Submitted photo)
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Mountainside Mail grand opening set Monday

Angela Brosius, owner of Mountainside Mail, will host a grand opening between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday. Attendees can meet the staff… Continue reading

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