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Flea market scheduled for Saturday

The Fairview Grange will host an outdoor flea market from 9 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. The fundraising sale is at the… Continue reading

Olympic Universalist Unitarian Fellowship friendship garden construction team; back row, from left to right: Kevin Duffy and Nancy Duffy, Phil Zenner and Tom Massey; front row, from left to right: Brian Berardo, Lou Foldoe and Rose Prestipino.

Friendship Garden ribbon cutting set Wednesday

Olympic Universalist Unitarian Fellowship will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for its Friendship Garden at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The garden, located at the fellowship, 1033… Continue reading

Olympic Universalist Unitarian Fellowship friendship garden construction team; back row, from left to right: Kevin Duffy and Nancy Duffy, Phil Zenner and Tom Massey; front row, from left to right: Brian Berardo, Lou Foldoe and Rose Prestipino.

Humanities speaker set for virtual lecture

Carlos Gil will present “From Mexican to Mexican-American: A Family Immigration Story” at 6 p.m. today; he will also present the lecture… Continue reading

Inaugural Rise Up festival plays at Sequim Airport Saturday

Free outdoor show features rap and hip-hop artists

ISSUES OF FAITH: Has life lost its ‘fizz’?

Is it hard to roll out of bed these days? Are you having trouble concentrating or accomplishing much of anything? Does it feel like you… Continue reading

  • May 21, 2021
Rev. Larry Schellink will present “Awakening, the Distanceless Journey” at Unity in the Olympics at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

Unity speaker offers ‘journey’ during service

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “Awakening, the Distanceless Journey” at Unity in the Olympics at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink will be… Continue reading

Rev. Larry Schellink will present “Awakening, the Distanceless Journey” at Unity in the Olympics at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

Wigger inducted into honor society

The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has inducted Lena Wigger of Port Angeles. Wigger was inducted at the University of California-Davis… Continue reading

Author Corky Parker of Port Townsend gives a reading at the Ajax Cafe of her new book, “La Finca: Love, Loss and Laundry on a Tiny Puerto Rican Island.” (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Graphic memoir recalls joy and struggle

Author purchased inn on remote Puerto Rico island

Author Corky Parker of Port Townsend gives a reading at the Ajax Cafe of her new book, “La Finca: Love, Loss and Laundry on a Tiny Puerto Rican Island.” (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Shore Aquatic Center to hold community yard sale

The Shore Aquatic Center will host a community yard sale from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The sale will be conducted… Continue reading

LeeAnn Nolan said her wisteria, nicknamed Medusa, has become an attraction for people with many stopping by to snap photos while it’s in bloom. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

‘Medusa’ the Sequim wisteria in full bloom along Old Olympic Highway

Owner says plant attracts visitors who often take pictures

LeeAnn Nolan said her wisteria, nicknamed Medusa, has become an attraction for people with many stopping by to snap photos while it’s in bloom. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Home, auto maintenance subject of first ‘Empower Yourself’ lecture

Michael Bucierka will present “Home and Auto Maintenance” from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. Bucierka, a former general contractor, home inspector… Continue reading

Andrew May/For Peninsula Daily newsIn many gardens, especially the English gardens found at Colette’s Bed and Breakfast, there will be numerous fall blooming plants. The trick to keep asters, mums and fall flowering sedum thick, short and extremely prolific is to cut them back, preferably twice, before the Fourth of July.
Andrew May/For Peninsula Daily newsIn many gardens, especially the English gardens found at Colette’s Bed and Breakfast, there will be numerous fall blooming plants. The trick to keep asters, mums and fall flowering sedum thick, short and extremely prolific is to cut them back, preferably twice, before the Fourth of July.
Layla Parker's "Seaside Sunset" took first place honors among fifth-graders at the Olympic Christian School's 2021 Arts Festival

Olympic Christian School announces winners of 2021 Arts Festival

Olympic Christian School has announced the winners of its 2021 Arts Festival. The results are: • Kindergarten: First place (tie), Wyatt Wilson,… Continue reading

Layla Parker's "Seaside Sunset" took first place honors among fifth-graders at the Olympic Christian School's 2021 Arts Festival
Tommylia Dunbar.

Peninsula College names student leadership team

Peninsula College has named its 2020-21 student leadership team. Kascia Muscutt, of Leavenworth, will serve as the 61st president of the college’s… Continue reading

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Members of the Port Angeles Garden Club recently gathered for a planting party at Crestwood Health and Rehabilitation. 

Club members added spring blooms to planters on the residents’ patio. 

Pictured standing, from left to right, are Bernice Cook, Kitty Gross, Shari Bley and Mary Kelsoe. 

Seated is Crestwood resident Troy Nicholaysen, who will will care for the plantings.

Port Angeles Garden Club has planting party

Members of the Port Angeles Garden Club recently gathered for a planting party at Crestwood Health and Rehabilitation. Club members added spring blooms to planters… Continue reading

Members of the Port Angeles Garden Club recently gathered for a planting party at Crestwood Health and Rehabilitation. 

Club members added spring blooms to planters on the residents’ patio. 

Pictured standing, from left to right, are Bernice Cook, Kitty Gross, Shari Bley and Mary Kelsoe. 

Seated is Crestwood resident Troy Nicholaysen, who will will care for the plantings.

Unity speaker scheduled for service

The Rev. Eva McGinnis will present “The Great Joy Ride” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. McGinnis will be the guest speaker at Unity… Continue reading

From left are Jessica Thompson, Lori Ambrose, Molly Wallace and JooRi Jun. Staff and customers at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles raised more than $700 to support Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, the March recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity. The funds are raised through monetary donations, used book sales, donated employee casual days and a percentage of over-the-counter sales at Jim’s.

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County accepts donation

From left are Jessica Thompson, Lori Ambrose, Molly Wallace and JooRi Jun. Staff and customers at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles raised more than $700… Continue reading

From left are Jessica Thompson, Lori Ambrose, Molly Wallace and JooRi Jun. Staff and customers at Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles raised more than $700 to support Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, the March recipient of Jim’s Cares Monthly Charity. The funds are raised through monetary donations, used book sales, donated employee casual days and a percentage of over-the-counter sales at Jim’s.
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A pair of bicyclists make their way along the Waterfront Trail east of dowtown Piort Angeles on Thursday. The trail, a poppular route for bicyclists and pedestraians, makes its way along or near the shore of Port Angeles Harbor from Morse Creek to Ediz hook.

Waterfront wanderers take to trail

A pair of bicyclists make their way along the Waterfront Trail east of downtown Port Angeles on Thursday. The trail, a popular route for bicyclists… Continue reading

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A pair of bicyclists make their way along the Waterfront Trail east of dowtown Piort Angeles on Thursday. The trail, a poppular route for bicyclists and pedestraians, makes its way along or near the shore of Port Angeles Harbor from Morse Creek to Ediz hook.
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Sequim Soroptimists start online auction

Nonprofit seeks funds for programs for women, girls

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A copper rockfish — its eyes distended due to the pressure change when it was pulled up from a depth of 250 feet — is among the creatures in “Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound.” Author David B. Williams will discuss his research on the North Olympic Peninsula in a free online program Tuesday evening. (Photo courtesy of David B. Williams)
A copper rockfish — its eyes distended due to the pressure change when it was pulled up from a depth of 250 feet — is among the creatures in “Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound.” Author David B. Williams will discuss his research on the North Olympic Peninsula in a free online program Tuesday evening. (Photo courtesy of David B. Williams)