‘Supper and Show’ scheduled Wednesday at the Peninsula Evangelical Friends Church

The Peninsula Evangelical Friends Church will host “Supper and a Show” at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Friends will serve homemade soup, bread, rolls… Continue reading


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


Entries taken now for library’s edible structure contest

The entry deadline is Tuesday for a Jefferson County Library contest for the best gingerbread houses or structures built out of anything… Continue reading


Holiday Tour of Homes set for today, Saturday

Homes decorated for Christmas by professionals

ISSUES OF FAITH: Here are tips to avoid the holiday blues

THE HOLIDAY SEASON can bring mixed emotions for many. For some, this is our favorite time of year. We get to sing familiar songs, bring… Continue reading

Joseph Bednarik to speak Sunday at the Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Joseph Bednarik will present “Sparking Joy, Delicate Light, Huge Darkness” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Bednarik will speak at the Olympic Unitarian Universalist… Continue reading

Panto, ocean lecture among weekend activities on Peninsula

A pantomime show, an ocean lecture and Family Movie Night are among weekend activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the… Continue reading

Sequim High robotics team sets annual luau

Live and silent auction planned for Saturday

Sequim Soroptimists set Gala Gift Show for Saturday

Holiday festival to help fund various programs, awards, scholarships

Speaker set for Sunday services at Unity in the Olympics

Karen Breen-James will present “Be At Peace” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Breen-James will be the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics,… Continue reading

Artist in residence speech among Peninsula activities

A talk by Peninsula College’s artist in residence and a lecture in Port Townsend focused on UFOs are among activities on the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Sequim High School stages Shakespeares Twelfth Night

Cast features nearly all females, original music

Giving Tuesday fundraiser among Peninsula activities

A Giving Tuesday fundraiser, an evening of hygge and a birding trip are offered on the North Olympic Peninsula today and Wednesday. Information also is… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Tie up loose gardening ends

THE LIGHTS ARE up at the Winter Ice Village, the ice is good and frozen, and the leftover turkey is all but used up. It… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: The Lasley family sees the country on wheels

WHEN LIFE BECOMES very difficult people with resolve, determination and strength of character will take action and find a way to carry on. I thought… Continue reading

HELP LINE: It’s time to think about taking steps to avoid health care

I TALK TO a lot of doctors, surgeons, nurses, ARNPs, physician assistants, therapists, health care administrators, etc. Some of them even talk back. So, on… Continue reading

Salvation Army cooks for 285 at Thanksgiving Eve community meal

Volunteers prepare 38 turkeys, 18 gallons of mashed potatoes, 13 gallons of gravy

Donation drive, shelter animal benefit offered this weekend

A toy, food and donation drive, and a benefit for shelter animals are among the activities planned on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Information… Continue reading

Port Angeles Garden Club announces winner of its summer Green Thumb Award

The Port Angeles Garden Club recently announced that Judy Hubbard won its summer Green Thumb award. Hubbard received the award for excellence… Continue reading