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Pianist and best-selling author Jeremy Denk will appear at this summer’s Music on the Strait festival. (Photo by Josh Goleman)

Clallam-born chamber music festival set to return

Richard O’Neill, the Grammy-winning violist originally from Sequim, is joining co-artistic director James Garlick in bringing back Music on the Strait, the… Continue reading

Pianist and best-selling author Jeremy Denk will appear at this summer’s Music on the Strait festival. (Photo by Josh Goleman)

Bob Nuffer will moderate ‘July 4th Musical Celebration’

Bob Nuffer will moderate “July 4th Musical Celebration” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Nuffer will be the guest speaker at Olympic Unitarian Universalist… Continue reading

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Bonsai show returns to Pioneer Park

Dungeness Bonsai Society’s meticulously groomed trees return for public view on Saturday. The free 44th annual show will be from 10 a.m. to… Continue reading

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Evensong service

Katy Taylor offer music for an Evensong service from 4 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Sunday. The free service will stream at www.tinyurl.com/PDN-Evensong.… Continue reading

Events planned on North Olympic Peninsula this weekend

Although most are gearing up for the Fourth of July on Monday, other events are scheduled this weekend. • A Chamber Music Intensive for youth, which… Continue reading

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First Friday goes purple on July 1

Purple abounds in Sequim this July and the First Friday Art Walk Sequim is no exception. The free self-guided tour of local art… Continue reading

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First responders to be honored at service

First responders will be honored at a special worship service at 10 a.m. Sunday. The service is at St. Matthew Lutheran Church,… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Finding the courage to admit wrong

“Be strong and let your heart have courage” (Joshua 1:6). In Jewish tradition, we are told we must have the courage to challenge decisions and… Continue reading

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Registration opens for Volunteer Hospice fundraiser

Rowers and paddlers can register now for the Sequim Bay Yacht Club race on Sept. 17, that raises funds for Volunteer Hospice of… Continue reading

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The Rev. Bill Evans.

Unity speaker set for presentation

The Rev. Bill Evans will present “Independence Day” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Evans will be the guest speaker at Unity in the… Continue reading

The Rev. Bill Evans.

Erickson graduates from Hamilton College

Emmett Erickson, of Port Townsend graduated from Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y. Erickson was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in interdisciplinary studies… Continue reading

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Rachele Brown, education manager for Feiro Marine Life Center in Port Angeles, displays a fish print shirt she had just created during the seasonal Junior Oceanographer summer camp for youngsters. The camps, which are sold out for the summer season, are designed for children to learn more about marine life and are held in conjunction with the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.

Fresh fish prints in Port Angeles

Rachele Brown, education manager for Feiro Marine Life Center in Port Angeles, displays a fish print shirt she had just created during the seasonal Junior… Continue reading

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Rachele Brown, education manager for Feiro Marine Life Center in Port Angeles, displays a fish print shirt she had just created during the seasonal Junior Oceanographer summer camp for youngsters. The camps, which are sold out for the summer season, are designed for children to learn more about marine life and are held in conjunction with the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.

Tiny landscape kits offered

Beginning Friday, tiny landscape painting take-and-make kits are available for pickup. The free kits, designed for teens and adults, are available from… Continue reading

Top readers raise funds

Students at New Day Learning Academy raised $400 for Port Hadlock’s Cool Water Ranch in the annual Read to Feed campaign. Rich… Continue reading

The annual Concerts in the Barn series in Quilcene runs July 9 through Sept. 4. (Concerts in the Barn)
The annual Concerts in the Barn series in Quilcene runs July 9 through Sept. 4. (Concerts in the Barn)

Cribbage tournament scheduled

The Fourth of July Cribbage Tournament is set for 6 p.m. Saturday. The annual tournament is in the fellowship hall at Forks Congregational… Continue reading

Jefferson County students receive scholarships from Port Ludlow Art League

The Port Ludlow Art League has awarded scholarships to two Jefferson County students. Audrey Drake, a graduate of Port Townsend High School,… Continue reading

Emily Volz of NatureBridge, left, explains how erosion changes the landscape as members of the Jacobs family of Port Angeles, from left, Monica, Emerson, 11, and Jack, 9, create a miniature flood plain during the Forever StreamFest environmental fair at Peninsula College in Port Angeles. The Saturday event, hosted by the Port Angeles Garden Club, featured a variety of displays and educational activities, along with music and guest speakers, geared toward protection of the air, water, forests, land and wildlife. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Learning about erosion at Forever StreamFest

Emily Volz of NatureBridge, right, explains how erosion changes the landscape as members of the Jacobs family of Port Angeles, from left, Monica, Emerson, 11,… Continue reading

Emily Volz of NatureBridge, left, explains how erosion changes the landscape as members of the Jacobs family of Port Angeles, from left, Monica, Emerson, 11, and Jack, 9, create a miniature flood plain during the Forever StreamFest environmental fair at Peninsula College in Port Angeles. The Saturday event, hosted by the Port Angeles Garden Club, featured a variety of displays and educational activities, along with music and guest speakers, geared toward protection of the air, water, forests, land and wildlife. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau seeks applications for tourism project grants

Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau is seeking applications for qualified tourism project grants. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, July 12; applications will… Continue reading

Peninsula residents named to University of Washington dean’s list

Dozens of Olympic Peninsula residents have been named to the University of Washington’s winter 2021 dean’s list. To qualify, a student must have… Continue reading