Olympic Peninsula News Group

Backyard Birding series continues Saturday

“Winter Care and Feeding in the Garden” will be presented by Christie Lassen of Wild Birds Unlimited in Gardiner during the next lecture… Continue reading

Holiday Tour of Homes set for today, Saturday

Homes decorated for Christmas by professionals

Sequim High robotics team sets annual luau

Live and silent auction planned for Saturday

Clallam Mosaic sets holiday dance for Saturday

A special holiday celebration is planned for Clallam Mosaic’s monthly dance from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday. The dance will be at… Continue reading

Gallery dedication, civic center tree-lighting set in Sequim

Ribbon-cutting ceremony honors Karen Kuznek-Reese

Nonprofits team up for second #ClallamGives

The Olympic Peninsula Nonprofit Alliance, an organization for more than 40 local nonprofits, looks to raise funds for those groups with the #ClallamGives fundraiser, set… Continue reading

Weaver honored with Sequim’s 2018 Westcott Award

City officials presented the sixth annual Westcott Award to Deborah Weaver for her 2018 contributions as a Volunteer in Police Service. The award… Continue reading

Some areas reopened for shellfish harvesting

The Strait of Juan de Fuca from Pillar Point west to Cape Flattery is now open to recreational shellfish harvesting, the state Department of Health… Continue reading

Blaze burns Jamestown Road structure

A morning structure fire on the 100 block of Jamestown Road destroyed a 24-foot-by- 36-foot shed and its contents, Fire District 3 officials… Continue reading

Cranksgiving to fuel food banks

Fundraisers-on-wheels cycle through Port Angeles, Sequim

Port Angeles Winterfest set for Nov. 23

The Olympic Peninsula’s premier winter sports fundraiser is back, looking to help local outdoor sport enthusiasts prep for the 2019-20 season. Winterfest… Continue reading

Kilmer gets ‘Salmon Champion Award’

The Coalition of Coastal Fisheries recently awarded U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer (D-Gig Harbor) the 2019 “Salmon Champion Award” for his efforts to protect salmon populations… Continue reading

‘Day of match-making’ set for new Eat Local First program

Farm to table trade meeting planned Monday in Port Townsend

City of Sequim selects new clerk

Sara McMillon, a certified municipal clerk with 13 years of experience, is Sequim’s new city clerk. The city of Sequim announced the hire… Continue reading

Patrons try virtual reality machines at the Port Angeles Library. Virtual reality technology sessions are set for November and December at Sequim and Port Angeles library branches. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Clallam libraries to offer virtual reality

Journey anywhere and try virtual reality at the Sequim and Port Angeles libraries this winter. Adults and teens 13 and older can experience immersive and… Continue reading

Patrons try virtual reality machines at the Port Angeles Library. Virtual reality technology sessions are set for November and December at Sequim and Port Angeles library branches. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

House plants can beat winter blues, gardener says

Master Gardener Jeanette Stehr-Green will discuss selecting and caring for houseplants Thursday. Stehr-Green’s talk starts at noon in the county commissioners’ meeting… Continue reading

Sequim artist group offers open studio

“Artists in the Woods” set for Saturday

Sequim Science Café to explore Elwha ecosystem’s response to dam removals

The historic removal of the Elwha River dams is the topic for the next Sequim Science Café presentation, set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.… Continue reading

Gifts, handcrafts, baked goods in store for 11th-annual Holiday Bazaar

The 11th annual holiday bazaar sponsored by the Philanthropic Educational Organization Chapter JC is set for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at… Continue reading

LEGO program set for Sequim, Port Angeles libraries

Children are invited to construct Lego creations and build stories about them at monthly Build It! programs hosted on Saturdays at Sequim and Port Angeles… Continue reading