Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim panel seeks artists for ‘Fluidity’ exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries of art, in any medium, for “Fluidity,” the commission’s next exhibit to be on digital… Continue reading

 

State parks to offer three free admission days in June

OLYMPIA – State parks are scheduled to have three days in June with free admission. On free days, visitors are not required to display the… Continue reading

 

Albert Haller Foundation names 2020 scholarship recipients

The Albert Haller Foundation has bestowed a total of $98,500 in scholarships to 13 graduating high school seniors in Clallam County. Five graduates-to-be from Sequim… Continue reading

 

Federal emergency food, shelter funds available in Clallam County

Clallam County was recently awarded a little more than $95,000 in federal funds to help supplement emergency food and shelter programs in… Continue reading

Master Gardeners to talk growing tomatoes

Advice about growing tomatoes successfully in the North Olympic Peninsula’s maritime climate will be presented from noon to 1 p.m. today. Master… Continue reading

NOLS board picks Glaude as next director

Noah Glaude, who has been the assistant director for the North Olympic Library System since May 2016, now will be the organization’s… Continue reading

Registration still open for OMCares May Virtual Run/Walk

The finish line is in sight. Organizers of the OMCares May Virtual Run/Walk say they have raised about 88 percent of their $10,000 goal as… Continue reading

Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction online this year

The Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction will be online this year. The 56th annual, two-day event was canceled because of COVID-19 precautions, so the… Continue reading

Sequim Farmers Market to open Saturday

Venue has been modified for health precautions

Peninsula Housing Authority executive director Kassinger to retire April 30

The Peninsula Housing Authority has new leadership. The organization’s board of commissioners announced early last month that after 14 years with the… Continue reading

Church donates $8,500 from Yuletide Bazaar

Sponsors of the Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church Yuletide Bazaar have donated $8,500 from the event to local organizations providing emergency aid and support… Continue reading

WeDo Fudge to reopen drive-thru

Sequim’s drive-thru fudge and prayer stand is set to re-open Friday. WeDo Fudge, at 11 Valley Center Place in Carlsborg, will open for… Continue reading

Albert Haller Foundation boosts United Way, two food banks

The Albert Haller Foundation’s board members agreed recently to distribute $10,000 each to the United Way of Clallam County and the Sequim and Port Angeles… Continue reading

Clallam County’s annual Birdathon set for May 9

While the 2019 novel coronavirus has canceled a number of local events, birders can look forward to getting outdoors to participate in the… Continue reading

Roaming black bear draws attention on Sequim beaches

State biologists transport animal safely out of the area

Peninsula libraries expand online offerings

While all North Olympic Peninsula public libraries are closed because of COVID-19 concerns, online resources remain available with expanded access. Jefferson County public libraries are… Continue reading

From left, Randy Powell, Joel Hoffman and Michael Sickles act out a scene in the 2019 Olympic Theatre Arts’ production of “Death of a Salesman.” (Olympic Theatre Arts)

Olympic Theatre Arts announces ticket options, online ‘performances’

Olympic Theatre Arts is canceling its upcoming production, and the board of the nonprofit is looking to give its thespians and theater-goers a… Continue reading

From left, Randy Powell, Joel Hoffman and Michael Sickles act out a scene in the 2019 Olympic Theatre Arts’ production of “Death of a Salesman.” (Olympic Theatre Arts)

Work crews sanitize Sequim public areas

The work of members of the Public Works Department has been redirected to sanitize several public spaces, city officials said last week. The… Continue reading

Nitasha Lewis, a manager with the Upward Bound program at Peninsula College, uses a paper valise to keep her head dry as she walks across the college’s Port Angeles campus Feb. 6, 2020. The college is going to online classes for the entirety of the 2020 spring quarter. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News file)

Peninsula College goes online for 2020 spring quarter

The academic year at Peninsula College is moving forward a week later than planned, and instruction will be online for the entire spring quarter. College… Continue reading

Nitasha Lewis, a manager with the Upward Bound program at Peninsula College, uses a paper valise to keep her head dry as she walks across the college’s Port Angeles campus Feb. 6, 2020. The college is going to online classes for the entirety of the 2020 spring quarter. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News file)