Olympic Peninsula News Group

Monday Musicale’s annual Scholarship Benefit Concert set for Sunday

A local program with a 50-year history and heart for local young musicians, the Monday Musicale group is preparing another fundraising concert… Continue reading

Sequim City Band opens invite to Nov. 3 ‘Postcards from Earth’ concert

Musical tributes to Earth’s unique features get a song-filled spotlight at the Sequim City Band’s concert, “Postcards from Earth,” set for 3 p.m.… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts preps ‘Silent Sky’ for stage

Story of astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, fellow female ‘computers’ to open next month

Variety hallmark of homegrown fruit

Fall Fruit Show set Saturday in Sequim

Author considers ‘Letters, Mysteries and Discoveries’ at Fourth Friday Readings

Author Jerry Koch will discuss his historical work “My Father, Myself: Letters, Mysteries and Discoveries from WWII” at Fourth Friday Readings. The free… Continue reading

Frightful tales on tap for Sequim Toastmasters party

The Skwim Toastmasters Club invites the public to the club’s free “Spooky Stories!” event set for 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. The… Continue reading

Rock club sets open house at new facility

The Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The open house will… Continue reading

Symphony Chorus invites singers to audition

Singers are invited to audition for the Port Angeles Symphony Chorus on Tuesday. The auditions will be at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,… Continue reading

Tai chi program to teach seniors better balance

Soroptimist International of Sequim will host “Better Balance with Tai Chi,” a free program that covers ways to maintain good balance, from noon… Continue reading

Green Thumbs series considers tame, wild greens

Selinda Barkhuis will discuss cultivated and wild greens at noon Thursday at the next Green Thumb Gardening Tips Education Series. The lectures… Continue reading

Dr. Bean, chiropractor, returns to Sequim

Dr. Robert Bean, a chiropractor who formerly operated a practice in Sequim, is returning to the area. He will be joining Dr. Lucia… Continue reading

Sequim Gazette earns WNPA Better Newspaper Contest honors

The Sequim Gazette took home second place in General Excellence along with 25 individual or staff awards in the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association’s… Continue reading

Warming center to host talent showcase fundraiser

Sequim Warming Center volunteers and Olympic Community Action Programs staff will host a fundraiser on Friday to help those in need stay warm… Continue reading

Libraries to host series on sanctuary otters

As part of Clallam County Reads, the North Olympic Library System will host a series of talks on sea otters in the Olympic Coast National… Continue reading

Improvisation troupe returns to Sequim’s Olympic Theatre Arts

Will Tyler finally admit his crimes? Will an audience member find a love match? Will Marybeth successfully play all five of the characters… Continue reading

Kids Create Art program offered at Sequim Library

Kids Create Art is offered the third Saturday of every month October through December at the Sequim Library. Led by local artists, the… Continue reading

New Dungeness Light Station group: Calling all ‘Keepers’

Visitors invited to learn about history, future of lighthouse; also silent auction, merchandise

Peninsula College gets grant for toddler classrooms

Two new toddler classrooms will expand affordable childcare for low-income students at Peninsula College thanks to a $160,585 grant from the U.S.… Continue reading

Sequim seeks performers, artists for Sunshine Festival

Application deadline for event is Nov. 15

Harvest of Hope raises $124,000 for Sequim cancer center

OMC Foundation fundraiser hits new record