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A GROWING CONCERN: 8 ways to make your yard a midsummer dream

as they do every mid-season of the year. This means many… Continue reading

 

Cyclists with Bike and Build to join community dessert

Cyclists with Bike and Build will join a community dessert at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The social is at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church,… Continue reading

 

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Forest management topic of Green Thumbs presentation

Are you a landowner with a forested property? Check out the next Green Thumb Gardening Tips presentation, “Forest Management for Landowners” with… Continue reading

 

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A fine mesh fly sheet from OPEN’S used tack shop that covers the body, belly and neck, plus a fly mask, has proved the best combatant for my horse Lacey’s allergic reaction to the saliva from flying insect bites. The sheet and mask are sprayed with horse insect repellent before putting them on her. Her companion Sunny has no allergic reaction, so she just wears a fly mask to keep the flies out of her eyes.

HORSEPLAY: Horses can be allergic to bug bites, too

DON’T YOU JUST hate to go outside at dusk and get attacked by biting insects? I know I do. While their bites do sting and… Continue reading

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A fine mesh fly sheet from OPEN’S used tack shop that covers the body, belly and neck, plus a fly mask, has proved the best combatant for my horse Lacey’s allergic reaction to the saliva from flying insect bites. The sheet and mask are sprayed with horse insect repellent before putting them on her. Her companion Sunny has no allergic reaction, so she just wears a fly mask to keep the flies out of her eyes.
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The Sturgeon Moon, the last full supermoon of the year, emerges behind Port Townsend's Marrowstone Island and the distant Cascades, on Thursday night. The reddish color is due to the smoke from the fires in eastern Washington.

Sturgeon Moon over Marrowstone Island

The Sturgeon Moon, the last full supermoon of the year, emerges behind Port Townsend’s Marrowstone Island and the distant Cascades, on Thursday night. The reddish… Continue reading

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The Sturgeon Moon, the last full supermoon of the year, emerges behind Port Townsend's Marrowstone Island and the distant Cascades, on Thursday night. The reddish color is due to the smoke from the fires in eastern Washington.
Pictured, from left to right in the front row are John Yano, Darlene Gahring, Pat Gilbert, Kathy McCormick and Beverly Dawson. 

In the middle row, from left to right are Janet Russell, Wendy Blondin, Mary Kelsoe, Pam Ehtee, Jane Marks, Marcia Kellerand Melissa Hsu 

In the back row, from left to right, Leiann Niccoli, Mary Jacoby and Emily Murphy

Summer Green Thumb award winner named

The Port Angeles Garden Club has awarded its summer Green Thumb award to John Yano. Yano received the award for excellence in landscaping at his… Continue reading

Pictured, from left to right in the front row are John Yano, Darlene Gahring, Pat Gilbert, Kathy McCormick and Beverly Dawson. 

In the middle row, from left to right are Janet Russell, Wendy Blondin, Mary Kelsoe, Pam Ehtee, Jane Marks, Marcia Kellerand Melissa Hsu 

In the back row, from left to right, Leiann Niccoli, Mary Jacoby and Emily Murphy

Walk and talk about seals on the beach set

Deisy Bach will lead a beach walk and discuss Pacific harbor seals at 9 a.m. Wednesday. The group will meet in front… Continue reading

Karen King will present “Body Mind Healing 101” at 11 a.m. Sunday

‘Body Mind Healing 101’ set for Unity in Port Townsend

Karen King will present “Body Mind Healing 101” at 11 a.m. Sunday King will be the guest speaker at Unity in Port… Continue reading

Karen King will present “Body Mind Healing 101” at 11 a.m. Sunday

ISSUES OF FAITH: Turning arrows into flowers

ACCORDING TO BUDDHIST teachings, the night before the Buddha’s enlightenment, he was attacked by Mara, the Evil One. Mara and his army of demons shot… Continue reading

Jamal Rahman will present “Sufi Mystics and the Human Heart” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, his lesson will stream on Zoom.

Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship speaker set

Jamal Rahman will present “Sufi Mystics and the Human Heart” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at Olympic… Continue reading

Jamal Rahman will present “Sufi Mystics and the Human Heart” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rahman will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, his lesson will stream on Zoom.
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OTA’s annual Renaissance Faire this weekend

Back and bigger than ever, Olympic Theatre Arts is gearing up to take the community back in time with its annual Renaissance Faire,… Continue reading

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Sequim band to celebrate ‘Movies, Musicals and Marches’

The Sequim City Band’s “Movies, Musicals, and Marches” concert is set for 3 p.m. Sunday at the bandshell at the James Center for… Continue reading

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The Strait Stamp Show on Saturday in the Guy Cole Event Center features free entry, free stamps for children, a penny table, door prizes and vendors.

Sequim stamp show Saturday celebrates wide-variety of tastes

As stamps circulate the world every day, local collectors look to bring some new and seasoned collectors from Canada and Western Washington to… Continue reading

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The Strait Stamp Show on Saturday in the Guy Cole Event Center features free entry, free stamps for children, a penny table, door prizes and vendors.
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Speaker slated for Port Angeles Unity in Olympics

B.A. Huffman will present “What’s in a Name?” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Huffman will speak at Unity in the Olympics, 2917 E.… Continue reading

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Colonial soldiers shoot at the British in a skirmish reenactment during the Northwest Colonial Festival in 2021. It returns for four days today through Sunday with skirmishes and demonstrations at the George Washington Inn.
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Colonial soldiers shoot at the British in a skirmish reenactment during the Northwest Colonial Festival in 2021. It returns for four days today through Sunday with skirmishes and demonstrations at the George Washington Inn.

Flea market scheduled for weekend

The Port Angeles conference of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul will host a flea market from 9 a.m. to 2:30… Continue reading

Northwind Art opens new exhibit

An exhibit featuring the work of two Port Townsend artists opens Friday at the nonprofit Northwind Art’s Jeanette Best Gallery. The work… Continue reading

Paige Biss was the 4,000th Young Eagle passenger for Chapter 430 of the Experimental Aircraft Association at a July 16 rally at the Sequim Valley Airport.

4,000th Young Eagle flies

Paige Biss was the 4,000th Young Eagle passenger for Chapter 430 of the Experimental Aircraft Association at a July 16 rally at the Sequim Valley… Continue reading

Paige Biss was the 4,000th Young Eagle passenger for Chapter 430 of the Experimental Aircraft Association at a July 16 rally at the Sequim Valley Airport.

Clallam Bay-Sekiu art show winners named

The Clallam Bay Sekiu Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of the art show held during the 2022 Clallam Bay-Sekiu Fun… Continue reading

COASST bird training set for Saturday

The University of Washington Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team will conduct beached bird training from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.… Continue reading