Olympic Sax Quartet to provide sounds for Sequim’s weekly free concert

SEQUIM — Tuesday’s installment of Sequim’s Music in the Park concert series will feature the Olympic Sax Quartet.

The band will perform a variety of tunes at the James Center bandshell just north of Carrie Blake Park, 202 N. Blake Ave. from 6 p.m. to about 8 p.m.

Admission is free. All ages are welcome.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Tap your toes — or bring your dancing shoes and get up to dance to the band’s upbeat music.

Tote a picnic basket or grab some food from a downtown store or restaurant.

The Tuesday concerts are co-sponsored by Sequim This Week, the Peninsula Daily News’ free weekly newspaper for Sequim.

The PDN sponsors two other free summer concerts:

  • Concert on the Pier every Wednesday on the Port Angeles City Pier (this Wednesday features the country sounds of Soulshakers, a blues band, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.).

  • Concert on the Dock in Port Townsend every Thursday night at the Quincy Street dock (behind Water Street Brewing) from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. through Sept. 4. (Skeleton Crew, a Grateful Dead cover band, plays this Thursday.)
  • More in Life

    Matthew Nash/ Olympic Peninsula News Group

Ellen Dryke and Kassie Montero examine salmon eggs while learning about the American Dipper at the 2019 Dungeness River Festival. After a hiatus, the festival returns Friday.
    River Fest returns on Friday after hiatus

    One-day free event set in and around Railroad Bridge Park

    Timothy West
    Speakers scheduled for Sunday program

    The Rev. Donna Little and Timothy West will present… Continue reading

    ISSUES OF FAITH: True enjoyment of life: Love is more

    AS YOU MIGHT remember, last month I wrote about how “less is… Continue reading

    Juan de Fuca Harmony chorus to mark 40th anniversary

    “It’s the music that brings us together, it’s the music… Continue reading

    20th anniversary for Unity pastor

    Unity in Port Townsend will celebrate the 20th anniversary… Continue reading

    Rosh HaShanah observances slated on the Peninsula

    The Olympic B’nai Shalom congregation will observe Rosh HaShanah… Continue reading

    OUUF presentation rescheduled Sunday in person, on Zoom

    Joan Cotta will present “Our Trip to Malawi” at… Continue reading

    Feast of trumpets set

    Hesshughes Ministries will present “Feast of Trumpets” at 10 a.m.… Continue reading

    Master gardeners, from left to right, Peggy Goette, Valarie Bowers and Marsha Robin received Golden Trowel awards.
    2023 Golden Trowel awards presented to Clallam gardeners

    The Clallam County Master Gardeners presented Golden Trowel awards to… Continue reading

    PHOTO BY LINDA MORIN At the Joyce Daze Parade, participating Back Country Horsemen Peninsula Chapter members were awarded a Blue Ribbon for the best Animal Entry in the parade.
    HORSEPLAY: OPEN, WAG hosting canine, equine fundraiser

    CALLING ALL EQUESTRIANS and dog lovers! Are you ready for a play… Continue reading

    A GROWING CONCERN: Go just wild about saffron

    IT IS NOW time to start ordering and buying spring flowering plants.… Continue reading