Lincoln Day Lunch, protest set for Saturday

Event is Oktoberfest themed

SEQUIM — The Jefferson County Republican Party will host an Oktoberfest-themed annual Lincoln Day Lunch, which is described this year as a protest, at The Farm in Sequim on Saturday, Oct. 3.

The gathering will be at 11 a.m. at 577 W. Sequim Bay Road at the east end of Sequim off Washington Street.

Ticketing options are $50 for a current member; $60 for a non-member; $30 for a student; $250 Elephant Club donation, which includes a one-year family membership and two Lincoln Day Lunch tickets; and $500 patron donation, which includes a one-year family membership and four Lincoln Day Lunch tickets.

The event will begin with a silent auction, social hour, beer and wine. German food will be provided.

Candidates will attend.

Suggested attire is blue jeans, overalls, flannel shirts or Lederhosen and Dirndl dress.

For more information, see

The Clallam County Republican Party postponed its Lincoln Day event in April due to COVID-19 precautions and has not yet rescheduled it.

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