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

    A GROWING CONCERN: Cutting the American lawn down to size

    IT’S TIME TO free ourselves from the grueling and extremely harmful task… Continue reading

    The Rev. Glenn Jones
    Unity in Olympics program scheduled

    The Rev. Glenn Jones will present “Celebrating the Papa… Continue reading

    Unitarian speaker scheduled

    Vivian Mulligan will present “Unitarian Universalists — Who Are… Continue reading

    The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.
    Unity in Port Townsend planning for Sunday services

    The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith will present “Divine Father Embodied”… Continue reading

    ISSUES OF FAITH: Honoring parents a complicated command

    FATHER’S DAY IS this Sunday. It will be the first Father’s Day… Continue reading

    Daria Hunt of Beaver designed this year’s Summer Reading Challenge T-shirt. Participants can read for 30 days to earn a free shirt.
    North Olympic Library System’s summer reading program begins Friday

    The North Olympic Library System will begin its Summer… Continue reading

    For her “Oceans” music video, Jennifer Thomas, her husband Will and son Preston set up a grand piano and light display at Bullman Beach in Sekiu. (Jennifer Thomas)
    ‘Oceans’ provides escape for Sequim composer

    New album produced with orchestra at Abbey Road Studios

    Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News
Spectators watch as a parade of boats passes by at the start of the Pride event at Pope Marine Park in Port Townsend on Saturday.
    Proud parade in Port Townsend

    Spectators watch as a parade of boats passes by at the start… Continue reading

    Submitted photo

Photo: Bottom left to right, Coach Natalie Blankenship, Paige Reed, Libby  Swanberg, Joanna Seelye, Katelynn Middleton-Sharpe, Kennady Gilbertson, Coach Katie Newton. Top left to right, Taylor Lewis, Lily Meyer, Asha Swanberg, Sydney Hutton, Coach Ady Crosby and Coach Misty Gilbertson.
    HORSEPLAY: WAHSET state finals

    SEQUIM’S SMALL YET mighty equestrian team gave a dazzling display of finesse,… Continue reading

    A GROWING CONCERN: Don’t let insects bug you

    DO INSECTS IN your yard and garden give you the creepy crawlies?… Continue reading

    ISSUES OF FAITH: Salty language can leave bad taste in mouth

    A MEMORABLE SCENE in the iconic movie, “A Christmas Story,” is with… Continue reading

    The Rev. Cindy Akana
    Program scheduled for OUUF on Sunday

    The Rev. Cindy Akana will present “The Freedom of… Continue reading