Winter 2019 Living on the Peninsula online edition

Our writers’ stories are a bit “up in the air”

A GROWING CONCERN: Mistletoe: Both kisses and killer

WHILE DRIVING HOME last weekend from a performance by the Seattle ballet, mistletoe was the answer to the question of what this “pre-Christmas” column shall… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Don’t make resolutions for 2020

But if you do, here are some suggestions

HORSEPLAY: Do your research before gifting a horse

IT’S THE TIME of year to hesitate, halt and acquire information before surprising your child with the much begged for pony. Yes, it is the… Continue reading

Beginners, newcomers birdwalk set in Sequim

Event takes place Saturday at Dungeness River Audubon Center

ISSUES OF FAITH: Seek and speak to Jesus

HUMAN LIFE IS precious; we will begin with this. Our souls are eternal, and God has given us free will. We make choices, some are… Continue reading

Peony Pack fundraiser set at Sequim Farmers Market fair

The Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s Surprise Peony Pack Fundraising Effort is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Sequim Farmers… Continue reading

Solstice parties, Christmas songs mark weekend on Peninsula

Solstice celebrations, Christmas carols, winter crafts and other holiday events are in store for residents of the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Information also is… Continue reading

Solstice celebrations, singalong and more offered Friday

Solstice celebrations, a singalong and activities for children are among Friday’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar… Continue reading

Christmas comes early in Sequim

More than 300 children receive presents from community donations

Christmas play, candlelight concert among Thursday’s events

A Christmas play and a candlelight concert are among Thursday’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar at… Continue reading

Fashion and art, with a twist: Call for entries set for first Olympic Peninsula Wearable Art Show

One person’s trash, as the idiom goes, is another’s treasure. And in this case, it’s wearable treasure fit for a night on the… Continue reading

Point in Time volunteer meeting, storytelling set Wednesday

A Point in Time volunteer meeting and storytelling are among Wednesday activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar… Continue reading

Holiday farce, story swap on Tuesday

A holiday farce and a story swap are on Tuesday’s calendar on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar at… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Don’t let pruning stump you

ladders fail — big time. So my back and the four broken-clean tips of my… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Help strikes again during the holidays

IT’S DEC. 15, 2019, and Christmas is less than two weeks away, if anyone was confused about that. In past years, as we’ve hovered on… Continue reading

Dharma teaching and workshop slated for Port Angeles library Sunday

Devan Miller will present “The Seven Virtuous Relationship Unities for World Peace” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. The Dharma teaching… Continue reading

Holiday music among weekend attractions

Holiday concerts and parties, Choo Choo rides and a knitting circle are among Saturday and Sunday’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Seek, receive Jesus for God’s favor

THE BIBLE MENTIONS God’s favor many times in the Old Testament, and it’s easy to see that it is good, even vital, to receive God’s… Continue reading

Marie McCartney to speak at Unity in the Olympics on Sunday in Port Angeles

Marie McCartney will present “Defining Love” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. McCartney will be the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics, 2917… Continue reading