Grand Olympic Chorus sets virtual open house

SEQUIM — The Grand Olympic Chorus will host a virtual open house at 7 p.m. Monday.

For more information and registration, visit and click on “Contact us” and fill out the contact form.

A member of the chorus will send Zoom sign-in information.

Information also is available at the organization’s Facebook page.

The Grand Olympics Chorus (GOC) meets regularly with members via Zoom. Prospective members have attended choruses, auditioned and joined over the past six months, members said.

Starting on Oct. 15, Sweet Adelines International will conduct a virtual convention.

It is the 75th anniversary of the organization. For more information, go to

Those unable to attend on Monday but who want to learn more can contact the group on its website.

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