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Necklace over bronze sculpture is by Katie Jablonski.

Abstracts, jewelry, portraits exhibited by Port Ludlow Art League

The Port Ludlow Art League presents this month exhibits of work by Artist of the Month Pamela Raine, Jeweler of the Month… Continue reading

Necklace over bronze sculpture is by Katie Jablonski.
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Future of oceans topic of lecture

Ronald Thom will present “What Eelgrass and Other Marine Vegetation Can Tell Us About the Future of the Ocean” at 3 p.m.… Continue reading

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Native plant webinars set

The Clallam Conservation District will host two free webinars this week on the use of native plants. Eric Lee-Mader will present “Planting… Continue reading

Logan Laxson and Mia Underwood move their Sequim Acrobatics rehearsals outdoors, using the Dungeness Railroad Bridge as a stage for a Dec. 19 photo shoot. Submitted photo

Holiday performance on pause

After delays, Sequim Acrobatics team looks to perform in January

Logan Laxson and Mia Underwood move their Sequim Acrobatics rehearsals outdoors, using the Dungeness Railroad Bridge as a stage for a Dec. 19 photo shoot. Submitted photo
Vocal Masters instructor Elaine Gardner-Morales, also a bass player, has created an online Peninsula College course for singers to explore jazz, country and pop music.   (Philip D. Lusk/For Peninsula Daily News)

Vocalists still singing online despite it all

Vocal Masters Series class welcomes students, guest coaches

Vocal Masters instructor Elaine Gardner-Morales, also a bass player, has created an online Peninsula College course for singers to explore jazz, country and pop music.   (Philip D. Lusk/For Peninsula Daily News)
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Sequim Toastmasters to kick off 2021 with stories, humor

Though the group will continue to meet virtually for now — a carryover from 2020 — the Skwim Toastmasters looks to make a… Continue reading

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Kerry Tremain's work is among those to be exhibited at the first show of Northwind Art.

‘Print Night’ first show of new organization

Northwind Art’s new exhibit opens Thursday

Kerry Tremain's work is among those to be exhibited at the first show of Northwind Art.

NOLS book discussion groups choose reading selections

The North Olympic Library System will continue online book discussion groups throughout January. Participants must register at nols.org to receive the link… Continue reading

Pottery by the late Tom Weston, along with a trio of jewelry artists, will be the Blue Whole Gallery’s “Power of Art” exhibit in January. Submitted photos
Pottery by the late Tom Weston, along with a trio of jewelry artists, will be the Blue Whole Gallery’s “Power of Art” exhibit in January. Submitted photos
"Cape Disappointment" is one of Roger Mosley's photographs that will be featured at Harbor Art Gallery in January and February Submitted photo

Mosley’s images in Port Angeles gallery spotlight in January, February

North Olympic Peninsula photographer Roger Mosley is the featured artist for January and February. The gallery at 114 N. Laurel St. is… Continue reading

"Cape Disappointment" is one of Roger Mosley's photographs that will be featured at Harbor Art Gallery in January and February Submitted photo

NOLS to host trivia night online

The North Olympic Library System will host trivia night at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The free online event will stream on Zoom. Register… Continue reading

The 2020 winter season operations for Hurricane Ridge began Nov. 27 with glistening treetops and a thick carpet of snow for visitors.On Saturday, 39 inches of snow were recorded at the snow sensor at the ridge. The ridge is open for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and other winter sports. (Laura Foster/Peninsula Daily News)

Hurricane Ridge Road set to be open for winter break

The road to Hurricane Ridge is set to be open throughout winter break, weather permitting. Winter season operations for Hurricane Ridge… Continue reading

The 2020 winter season operations for Hurricane Ridge began Nov. 27 with glistening treetops and a thick carpet of snow for visitors.On Saturday, 39 inches of snow were recorded at the snow sensor at the ridge. The ridge is open for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and other winter sports. (Laura Foster/Peninsula Daily News)
Writer-illustrator Taylor Mermel of Marrowstone Island has published a pair of picture books to help children with stress and anxiety. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Grown-up child writes from own experience

Books provide resources for kids feeling overwhelmed

Writer-illustrator Taylor Mermel of Marrowstone Island has published a pair of picture books to help children with stress and anxiety. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Violist Richard O'Neill, who grew up in Sequim, will give an online performance Saturday of music that has won him a Grammy nomination.

Online concert features Peninsula violist in Korea

Richard O’Neill is a classical music rock star

Violist Richard O'Neill, who grew up in Sequim, will give an online performance Saturday of music that has won him a Grammy nomination.
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Chelsey Bettger of Joyful Events and Balloons, left, and Katheryn Murray of PNW Mobile Detailing decorate one of the vehicles to be in the Candy Cane Parade of Happiness.

Candy Cane Parade begins Monday in Port Angeles

Other volunteers take over for firefighters

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Chelsey Bettger of Joyful Events and Balloons, left, and Katheryn Murray of PNW Mobile Detailing decorate one of the vehicles to be in the Candy Cane Parade of Happiness.
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Author to detail Alzheimer’s journey in radio interview

Portion of book sales benefit Sequim Rotary

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A Zoom workshop will instruct participants in how to origami boxes using kits as part of the North Olympic Library System's CreativiTea series. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Clallam County libraries offer kits, online workshops

The North Olympic Library System invites teens and adults to grab a warm cup of tea or another favorite beverage and join… Continue reading

A Zoom workshop will instruct participants in how to origami boxes using kits as part of the North Olympic Library System's CreativiTea series. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System
Denise Winter stars in the title role in "May's Vote," the Key City Public Theatre production online Saturday and Sunday. photo Diane Urbani de la Paz

Key City Public Theatre plans variety of holiday events

A drama about two suffragists, short daily videos and Zoom meetings with Santa Claus are the latest offerings from Key City Public… Continue reading

Denise Winter stars in the title role in "May's Vote," the Key City Public Theatre production online Saturday and Sunday. photo Diane Urbani de la Paz

NOLS to offer ‘Winter Stories: Hindsight in 2020’ for adults

The North Olympic Library System invites adults to tune in to listen live to “Winter Stories: Hindsight in 2020,” a special radio program set for… Continue reading

Scott Bahlmann, youth and teen services librarian at the Jefferson County Library, kneels next to the start of the storywalk outside the library. Bahlmann, along with public services manager Chris HoffmanHill, curated the three storywalks that are now located throughout Jefferson County. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County Library creates reading paths

Three storywalks encourage families to enjoy outdoors

Scott Bahlmann, youth and teen services librarian at the Jefferson County Library, kneels next to the start of the storywalk outside the library. Bahlmann, along with public services manager Chris HoffmanHill, curated the three storywalks that are now located throughout Jefferson County. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)