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PENINSULA KITCHEN: Crisp, fall evenings inspire recipe re-do

A request from her daughter, combined with the cool autumn evenings, sends Sanford in search of tortellini recipe.

Students show off wearable art in Port Townsend

Students show off wearable art in Port Townsend

Two shows set Saturday at Port Townsend Key City Public Theater

Students show off wearable art in Port Townsend

‘The Foggy Dew’ explained in upcoming lecture

The free presentation at the Port Hadlock library will explain why the 1916 Irish rebellion succeeded.

Alternatives to burning yard debris to be outlined

Alternatives to burning yard debris to be outlined

The Master Gardener presentation in Port Angeles on Oct. 13 will highlight the impacts.

Alternatives to burning yard debris to be outlined
Bigfoot researcher to speak in Port Townsend

Bigfoot researcher to speak in Port Townsend

Ron Morehead of Sequim will speak at the library this Friday.

Bigfoot researcher to speak in Port Townsend

Fall landscaping for birds to be presented Saturday

“Backyard Birding” can be taken either as individual classes or in a series.

Hickory Shirt Heritage Days celebrates strong women behind strong loggers

Hickory Shirt Heritage Days celebrates strong women behind strong loggers

The event continues through Sunday with gatherings scheduled throughout Forks.

Hickory Shirt Heritage Days celebrates strong women behind strong loggers

ISSUES OF FAITH: ‘Beyond the divisions, there is a field’

There are some “holy moments” where the wholeness of things is demonstrated and felt, a unity that goes beyond partisanship.

Olympic National Park announces winter campground schedule

Some will close, while others will remain open year-round.

Permaculture Convergence this weekend at Fort Flagler

The convergence will combine educational workshops, hands-on projects and networking.

Port Angeles Garden Club issues fall award

The yard at at 326 E. 11th St. has “whimsical yard art of recycled and repurposed treasures,” according to the club.

Sunday fall concert set at Pioneer Memorial Park

Sunday fall concert set at Pioneer Memorial Park

Modern American classics will be featured in the Sequim performance.

Sunday fall concert set at Pioneer Memorial Park

‘Broken Promises’ play explores teens, sex trafficking

Thursday’s production on the Port Angeles Peninsula College campus is free and open to the public.

Daniel James Brown, author of “The Boys in the Boat,” will speak in Chimacum later this month.

Author of ‘Boys in the Boat’ to speak in Chimacum

The book celebrates the 1936 U.S. men’s Olympic eight-oar rowing team and their triumph at Hitler’s Olympics.

Daniel James Brown, author of “The Boys in the Boat,” will speak in Chimacum later this month.
BACK WHEN: Forks residents remember burned building

BACK WHEN: Forks residents remember burned building

After recognizing the old IOOF building in Forks, residents share times had there.

BACK WHEN: Forks residents remember burned building

BIRD WATCH: Peck-peck-peck heralds woodpeckers, busy birds for fall

There are various ways to (humanely) deter their attacks on your home.

Madisyn Heistand, 10, and Abigaile Heistand, 3, both of Port Angeles, sit at the controls of an antique tractor at Agnew Grocery on Saturday. The grocery was one of seven farms and businesses taking part in the 20th annual Clallam County Farm Tour, a celebration of the agricultural heritage of the Dungeness Valley. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam County Farm Tour celebrates area’s agricultural heritage

The 20th annual tour featured food, friendly farm animals and local farmers.

Madisyn Heistand, 10, and Abigaile Heistand, 3, both of Port Angeles, sit at the controls of an antique tractor at Agnew Grocery on Saturday. The grocery was one of seven farms and businesses taking part in the 20th annual Clallam County Farm Tour, a celebration of the agricultural heritage of the Dungeness Valley. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

HELP LINE: Senior citizens are not the problem

The Baby Boomers could be part of the solution.

Port Angeles pickle maker Betsy Wharton works in her Clallam Canning Co. kitchen. (Diane Urbani de la Paz)

Pickle products to make a ‘Splash’ at Sequim Farmers Market

Mrs. Vinegar, aka Betsy Wharton of the Clallam Canning Co., is taking a field trip to the market next Saturday, Oct. 8.

  • Oct 2, 2016
  • By Diane Urbani de la Paz Special to Peninsula Daily News
  • Clallam County
Port Angeles pickle maker Betsy Wharton works in her Clallam Canning Co. kitchen. (Diane Urbani de la Paz)