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May 2018

360-683-6197 www.sequimchamber.com

Ribbon Cuttings!

Chamber Networking Breakfast May 3 and 17 7:30 a.m. Shipley Center

921 E. Hammond St. Come check out this networking opportunity! Find these events at sequimchamber.com/events calendar to make a reservation.

Chamber Luncheons May 8, 11:45 a.m., Luncheon at Sunland

Program: “State of the Olympic Discovery Trail” Speaker: Peninsula Trails Coalition President Jeff Bohman Sponsor: Estes Builders

On March 24, the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce held a ribboncutting ceremony celebrating Swim Doggie Swim’s new Chamber membership. This event was held in conjunction with an Open-House Celebration, including tours of this amazing facility which offers canine warm-water exercise. Pictured with scissors is owner, Jennifer Paul, along with customers, Chamber Ambassadors and staff and Mayor Dennis Smith. Swim Doggie Swim is located at 261043 Highway 101, Unit A. To learn more about this new business, call Jennifer at (360) 582-9663; visit www. swimdoggieswim.com or follow them on Facebook.

Welcome to Our Newest

CHAMBER MEMBERS! Sequim Wheelers

Lunch is $17, $20 for nonmembers, $5 for Tea/Coffee RSVP by noon May 7.

May 22, 11:45 a.m., Luncheon at Sunland

Program: Legislative Session Recap Speakers: Kevin Van de Wege, State Senator – 24th District and State Representative Steve Tharinger Sponsor: Quality Inn & Suites Lunch is $17, $20 for nonmembers, $5 for Tea/Coffee RSVP by noon May 21.

Guy Cole Events Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 28 to commemorate the kitchen remodel which is now open for use! Dignitaries, business owners, community members and Guy Cole’s family members were in attendance to celebrate. For more information on the Guy Cole Events Center, call the City of Sequim at (360) 683-4139 or visit www.sequimwa.gov.

Sequim, WA 98382 • (360) 591-3200 SequimWheelers@yahoo.com www.SequimWheelers.com Sequim Wheelers is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that offers wheelchair bike rides to the elderly and disabled on the Olympic Discovery Trail. We are the first adaptive bike program on the Olympic Peninsula. We help these special riders to enjoy quality time in the outdoors on a wheelchair bike. All rides are free on a Duet Wheelchair Bicycle operated by trained volunteers. The program will launch in May/June 2018, providing we raise the necessary funds to purchase two wheelchair bikes.

North Peninsula Building Association

31 My Way, Sequim, WA 98382 (360) 542-8180 diana.npba@gmail.com www.npba.info The NPBA is a non-profit association and the Clallam County Chapter of with the Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) and National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). We provide benefit programs to our Builder and Associate members; who represent the

best in the local industry and our goal is simple - to help businesses thrive and to help homeowners with affordable housing opportunities. In our over 40-year history, we have learned one thing for sure: When our home building industry grows, our local economy grows.

Harold R. Huff, DPM

777 N. Fifth Ave., Suite 101, Sequim, WA 98382 (360) 582-2651 • haroldrhuffdpm@msn.com Dr. Huff is a physician and surgeon of the foot and ankle. A Podiatrist practicing in Sequim for over 30 years, he treats all conditions and diseases of the lower extremity.

Shappie Agency

433 N. Fifth Ave., Ste B, Sequim, WA 98382 (360) 681-0696 dshappie@farmersagent.com www.agents.farmers.com/wa/sequim/daniel-shappie We are real people taking care of real people. As your Farmers® agent in Sequim, WA with over 15 years of experience, I will provide honest, fair advice for insurance protection that meets your specific needs. Whether that’s auto, home, renters, business insurance and more now you have a friend in the Insurance business!

After Hours May 15 • 5-7 p.m. Please join us for this unique After Hours event located at three of Sequim’s lovely Bed & Breakfast locations! Locations hosting this event are: Juan de Fuca Cottages 182 Marine Drive GreenHouse Inn by the Bay 630 Marine Drive Clark’s Chambers Bed & Breakfast Inn 322 Clark Road We will be enjoying light refreshments, networking and a familiarization tour at each location. We hope you can stop into all 3 locations and find out what is special about each one!

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Volunteer of the Month!

Business of the Month We are proud to share with you that RE/MAX Prime was recently awarded and are recipients of the 2017 Outstanding Brokerage of the Year for small market by RE/ MAX Pacific NW Region, Denver, CO.! The Pacific NW Region is comprised of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana, and is made up of approximately 170 offices for small markets. What’s even more impressive, is that RE/MAX Prime has received this prestigious award twice in eight years! The Outstanding Brokerage of the Year recognizes RE/MAX Prime and thanks them for conducting their business with pride and integrity, encouraging the success of their associates and demonstrating leadership through their commitment to the RE/MAX network. Visit RE/MAX Prime at 901 W. Washington St.; call them at 360-683-1500 or visitwww.sequimprime.com. Congratulations to Liz Parks and her entire crew at RE/MAX Prime — we’re proud of you and recognize you as the Chamber’s Shining Star and Business of the Month!

It is with great pleasure to not only welcome back Georgia Bradley to the Visitor Information Center, but to also award her with the Volunteer of the Month for May 2018! Georgia has volunteered for us previously and has returned to work with her volunteer buddy, Pat Nellis on Thursday mornings (also pictured). We’re so glad she decided to come back and give of her free time, which is significant, as she also works a full week at Walmart as well! We appreciate her making the time to spend with us each week. Georgia states her favorite part of volunteering is learning about what brings visitors to Sequim and our surrounding communities – she finds the reasons very fascinating! We are grateful for your knowledgeable and helpful presence Georgia, welcome back to the VIC!

Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Club The primary mission of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Ambassadors program is the retention of existing Sequim Chamber members, enlistment of new members and to serve as goodwill representatives of the Chamber at a variety of functions. If you’d like to learn more about how to get involved, join the monthly luncheon held at noon on the third Thursday of the month at various restaurant locations.

Next Meeting: Noon, May 17 Black Bear Diner, 1471 E. Washington St. RSVP to nancym@wirtahospitalityworldwide.com

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Peninsula Friends of Animals

Peninsula Friends of Animals wishes to thank all of our supporters for helping to make our Spring Tea, Fashion Show and Auction a resounding success! Gratitude goes out to Sunland Golf & Country Club for hosting us, the caterers for their amazing food, as well as our major sponsors, D.A. Davidson and Callis Insurance, without whom the event could not have taken place. We also wish to thank Moxie Boutique for sharing their fashions with us, as well as Anytime Fitness, Bonita’s Pet Supplies, Coyote Pub, Island Adventures, Leitz Farms, and all of our other wonderful sponsors for donating items for our live and silent auction. Most importantly, thank you to our beautiful community members who always make our auctions not just successful, but fun as well. PFOA is a fully donor-supported, cage less, and no-kill non-profit animal welfare group. Want to help us create better lives for the animals in our care? Feel free to schedule some time with us by calling (360) 452-0414, or visit our web site at http://safehavenpfoa.org/.

Olympic Peninsula Art Association (OPAA)

A members meeting will be held May 24, from 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m., at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. 5th Ave., Sequim. Presenter Bridget Baker will share what she has learned about acrylic pours since the first one she saw grabbed her attention at a Northwest Collage Society show. She will also be discussing some of the lower cost alternatives to pouring mediums marketed for that purpose and will cover how you can avoid having your pour look like a cliché through: creating original color choices; strategic use of metallic and color shifting paints; using a variety of additives to produce cells and incorporating a pour into a larger painting See our website for more

BirdFestBirdQuest!

The Sequim Merchant Group and the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce are happy to announce the grand prize winner for the BirdFest-BirdQuest 2018 game is Kristin Fetter-Walp! The Walp family had a great time identifying the ceramic bird figures to the businesses in which they were hosted during the annual scavenger-hunt community game. Awards were also given to the top three Peoples’ Choice Awards for the favorite bird sculptures. Winners are: Zoee Kuperus for her “A Wren”; Alissa Lofstrom for her “Belted Kingfisher”, and Sophie Bean for her “Penguin with Bowtie”. Special thanks go out to Gretha Davis for all her work in making this annual affair a fun and successful event!

Chamber Member Announcements about Bridget at: www.olympicpeninsulaartassociation.org

Sequim Prairie Garden Club

The City of Sequim and Sequim Prairie Garden Club are hosting a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of the waterfall restoration at Pioneer Memorial Park. The event will take place on Wednesday, May 16, at noon. The Garden Clubhouse will be open and garden club members will be serving desserts, coffee and tea. The waterfall and pool restoration highlight the park entrance and make a wonderful first impression to visitors and locals alike!

Blue Whole Gallery

Featured artist of the month of May is Marilynn Evans (digital artist). She will showcase unique work in the front window. Marilynn creates emotional reality from her original photographs brushed with refined technical skills. A tapestry of beautifully composed images will lead the viewer to the shadow of the past. The gallery will also present a silent auction window by the member artists in support of the scholarship for Sequim High School students. What: Shadows of the past, a new exhibit in May When:  Meet the Artists on Friday, May 4, 5-8 p.m. (First Friday Art Walk) Where: 129 W. Washington St., Sequim Website: http://www.bluewholegallery.com

Sequim Community Orchestra

The Sequim Community Orchestra (SCO) is the grateful recipient of a $1,500 donation from the Sequim Community Christmas Chorus. This is the second year that the String Kids program has been the recipient of their support. Beth Pratt, president of the SCO, said, “We are so grateful to Gary, Bobby, Gail – and the whole board of the Christmas Chorus.  Their concerts are ‘must see’ every year for me, and when they chose our program to support, I was honored.” During the three performances of the chorus in December, the SCO String Kids joined the program, performing Christmas carols from a small loft above the baptistery in the 7th Day Adventist Church where the concerts are held.  In 2017, the Chorus contributed $1,000 of their proceeds to the program.  “We were so surprised at the increase in the donation – and so grateful.  Now in our 5th year, our students are progressing and the program is growing.  Investments in instruments and our music library, our instructors, and the administrative costs of the program are all funded through donations.  This gift is hugely helpful!” The students will join the Sequim Community Orchestra Ensemble for their June 8 concert.  Each class will perform, with the Youth Orchestra (the most advanced students) performing the 1812 Overture with the SCO Ensemble. For more information about how you can support the SCO String Kids program, contact Beth Pratt, SCO board president, at (360) 460-7368 or president@sequimcommunityorchestra.org.      

Discovery Memory Care

Discovery Memory Care, a memory care community located in Sequim, Wa., is proud to announce that they are the recipient of Pinnacle Quality Insight’s 2018 Customer Experience AwardTM. Qualifying for the award in the categories of “Communication,” “Menu Choices” and “Quality of Food,” Discovery displays a continued dedication to providing Best in Class senior health care services. Kathy Burrer, executive director of Discovery Memory Care, describes receiving the award as an honor, stating that, “We strive to provide the best care and experience for our residents, and pride ourselves on having open and honest communication with family members.” Throughout its 11-year history of serving the community, Discovery Memory Care has placed a strong emphasis on ensuring that the individual needs of every resident are met. Over the course of 2017, a sampling of Discovery’s resident family members have participated in monthly telephone interviews that include open-ended questions, as well the opportunity to rate the memory care community in specific categories. Every month, Discovery has gathered its real-time survey results in order to gain a better understanding of the residents’ needs and make improvements when necessary. By qualifying for the Pinnacle Customer Experience Award™, Discovery Memory Care has satisfied the rigorous demand of scoring in the top 15 percent of the nation across a 12-month average. Clients have the opportunity to achieve this Best in Class distinction on a monthly basis in many categories designed to accurately reflect each resident’s experience. To learn more, visit www.discovery-mc.com.

Olympic Peninsula Equine Network

Olympic Peninsula Equine Network (OPEN) is proud to announce their Western Treasures tack store (and office) Grand Opening and Chamber Ribbon Cutting Ceremony scheduled at noon, Wednesday, May 9. You are cordially invited to join us. OPEN’s new Western Treasures store is located at their equine rescue facility at 251 Roupe Road, left off of Hooker Road. Their store features good used and new tack, and western items for sale, to help provide funds for the care and feeding of equine rescues until they are adopted or fostered. OPEN is a nonprofit that relies on donations and volunteers for the continued success of their equine rescue that serves the community and outlying areas. Donations of used tack and western decor items are gladly accepted for resale in our store. Upcoming event: OPEN is planning an old-fashioned barn dance June 30. There will be a silent auction, live music, a DJ, and a meal served. This will be the main fundraiser for the equine rescue. More details are forthcoming in the June 2018 newsletter as plans are confirmed. To volunteer for this event, or to sponsor a company table, please contact OPEN’s event coordinator, Mike Vaillancourt at (714) 540-3339.

City of Sequim Summer Concerts & Events

The City of Sequim is seeking sponsors for summer concerts and events. Without the generosity of community sponsors, these programs would not be possible. Summer Events: • Service Fest Concerts, James Performing Art Center, Tuesday, June 5 and Friday, June 15 from 6-8 p.m. • Music in the Park, James Performing Arts Center, Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. between June 26 and August 28 • Keying Around / Block Party, Civic Center Plaza, Friday, August 3 (start time TBD) • Performers on the Plaza, Civic Center Plaza, Fridays in August from Noon-2 p.m. There are four sponsorship levels available. General donations will be placed where there is the most need. The donor may also choose a specific event for donation: $1,000 + Presenting Sponsor; $400-$999 Series Sponsor; $100-$399 Friends of the Series, and $25-$99 Series Supporter. Details about these programs including the benefits for the sponsor are found in the Sponsorship Brochure and the Sponsorship Agreement Form are located at http://www.sequimwa.gov/ index.aspx?nid=512. Contact Charisse Deschenes, Assistant to the City Manager at cdeschenes@ sequimwa.gov or at (360) 681-3432 if you have questions or comments.

Check out the calendar of events for specific dates and times of all the Irrigation Festival events!


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May Calendar of Events 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

■ Board Game Night- Gateway Games and Hobby, 6-9 pm, 235 E Washington St, 360-683-8534. ■ Open Mic at Nourish, 6:30-8:30 pm, 101 Provence View Lane, 360-797-1480.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce is to advance and promote business by providing a forum to address issues and to unite and support our membership and community through programs, events and services.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sequim-Dungeness Valley

1192 E. Washington St. PO Box 907 Sequim, WA 98382 Telephone: 360-683-6197 / 800-737-8462 Fax: 360-683-6349 Web site: www.sequimchamber.com E-mail: info@sequimchamber.com

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2018 Executive Committee Shenna Younger – First Federal – President Nell Clausen – Realtor/RE/MAX Prime – Past President Jeff Anderson – Olympic Medical Center – Membership Chair Darcie Senf – First Security Bank – Treasurer Brian Jackson – Home Instead Senior Care President Elect

Directors Ray Chirayath – D.A. Davidson & Co. Brandino Gibson – WorkSource of Clallam County Nancy Merrigan – Quality Inn and Suites Steve Perry – Peninsula Daily News/Sequim Gazette Dr. Andy Pocock – Adventa Dental Colleen Robinson – Habitat for Humanity Emily Sly – North Olympic Library System, Sequim Branch Library Jim Stoffer– Community Volunteer Deon Kapetan – Gateway Mortgage Group Sequim Irrigation Festival Appointee Gloria Dahlquist – Sequim Shiso Sister City Appointee

PARTNERS 2018 Dennis Smith – Mayor City of Sequim Eleanor Rose – Sequim Farmers Market Colleen McAleer – Port of Port Angeles Will Purser – Public Utility District No. 1 – Commissioner Mark Ozias – Clallam County Commissioner Julie Knott - Interim EDC Director Gary Neal – Sequim School District Emily Bundy – Student Liaison

CHAMBER STAFF Shelli Robb-Kahler – Executive Director Melanie Sands – Financial Administrator

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■ Art Show and Sale, 10am-4pm, Civic Center Council Chambers, 152 W Cedar St, www.sequimarts. org.

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■ Networking Breakfast, 7:30-8:30 am, Black Bear Diner, 1471 E WashingtonSt, info@sequimchamber.com.

3, 10, 17, 24, 31

■ Date Night at Nourish, 5-8 pm, 101 Provence View Lane 360-797-1480.

4, 11, 18, 25

■ Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls, 11 am-12 pm, Shipley Center, 921 Hammond St, 972-345-2671. ■ Shuck’n & Shoot’n Oyster Night, 5-8 pm, 101 Provence View Lane,360-797-1480.

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■ Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair, Friday May 4, 5-8 pm, Saturday May 5, 9 am-5 pm, Sunday May 6, 10 am-4 pm, Civic Center Plaza, www.irrigationfestival.com.

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■ Crazy Daze Breakfast, 7-9 am, Sunland Golf and Country Club, www.irrigationfestival.com. ■ First Friday - Meet the Artist! 5-8 pm, 129 W Washington St, 360-681-0183. ■ Ribbon Cutting - Olympic Peninsula Art Association, 5-6 pm, Sequim Civic Center, 152 W Cedar St, info@ sequimchamber.com.

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■ Live Music - Wind Rose Cellars, 7-9 pm, 143 W Washington, 360-681-0690.

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■ Collector’s Cancellation Stamp, 1-3 pm, Civic Center Plaza, www.irrigationfestival.com. ■ Driftwood Art Show, 9 am-4 pm, Pioneer Park, www.irrigationfestival.com. ■ Kids Parade, 9-10 am, Sequim Ave and Washington St, www.irrigationfestival.com. ■ Family Fun Day, 9 am-4 pm, downtown Sequim on Washington St, www.irrigationfestival.com. ■ Sequim Farmers Market Opening Day at Whimsy Park, 9-3 pm, Corner of Sequim Ave and Washington St, and at Whimsy Park, manager@sequimmarket.com. ■ Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra Chorus Concert, 7:30-9 pm, Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center, 304 E. Park Ave, Port Angeles, 360-457-5579.

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■ Alpaca Ranch Tours & More! 10 am -2 pm, 4629 Happy Valley Rd, 360-681-0948.

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■ To the Heights - Concert by the Sequim City Band, 3-4:30 pm, The James Center for the Performing Arts, in North Carrie Blake Park, 360-207-4722.

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■ Sequim Prairie Garden Club Meeting, 10 am12:15 pm, Pioneer Memorial Park Clubhouse, 387 E. Washington St, 360-808-3434.

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■ Preparing for the “Big One”-Cascdia’s Great Earthquake, 6:30-8 pm, Paradise Restaurant, Sequim

and Hendrickson, rotmark@yahoo.com.

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■ Chamber Luncheon, 11:45 am-1 pm, Sunland Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, 360-683-6197.

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■ WOW! Working on Wellness Forum, 2:30-3:30 pm, Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 South Blake Street, 360-582-0217. ■ Presentation on North Olympic Peninsula Lighthouses, 7:30-8:30 pm, John Wayne Marina, Large Meeting Room, terryo@roadrunner.com.

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■ Reverse Job Fair and Transition Resource Event, 10 am-2 pm, Armory Square, 228 W. First Street, Port Angeles, jtoliver@mside.org.

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Carnival, Sequim High School Softball field on Fir Street, www.irrigationfestival.com.

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■ High Tea at Nourish, 3-5 pm, 101 Provence View Lane, 360-797-1480.

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■ Guest Appreciation Reception, 5-7 pm, 134 River Road, gm.wa151@choicehotels.com.

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■ Strongman Showdown, 6-8 pm, Blake Ave lot, www. irrigationfestival.com. ■ Fireworks, 9-11 pm, Blake Ave lot, www. irrigationfestival.com. ■ 27th Annual Golf Tournament, 1-6 pm, Sunland Golf & Country Club, jgray@bgc-op.org. ■ Northwest Women’s Chorale Concert, 7-9 pm, Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church, 925 N Sequim Ave, momdal@msn.com.

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■ Logging Show, Truck and Tractor Pull, Friday 6-8 pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Blake Ave lot, www. irrigationfestival.com

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■ Festival Grand Parade, 12-1 pm, downtown Sequim along Washington St , www.irrigationfestival.com. ■ Fun Run, JC Penney parking lot, 12-1 pm, check-in at 8:30 am, www.irrigationfestival.com. ■ Hot Rods and Harleys Cruz and Car Show, 10:30 am-4 pm, parade starts at Evergreen Collision parking lot and ends at Walmart parking lot, www.irrigationfestival. com. ■ 2nd Saturday Book Discussion Group, 3-4 pm, Sequim Branch Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave, 360-6831161.

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■ Art in Bloom, 11 am-5 pm, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, 1203 E Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles.

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■ Sequim Farmers Market Opening Day on the Civic Center Plaza, 9 am-3 pm, Civic Center Plaza,the corner of Cedar St and Sequim Ave, manager@sequimmarket. com.

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■ Mother’s Day Brunch at Nourish, 11am - 2:30 pm, 101 Provence View Lane, 360-797-1480.

■ Soroptimist of Sequim Tea with She: Hospice Care - Benefits & Myths, 12-1:30 pm, Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 So Blake Ave, pmgeraci@gmail.com. ■ Chamber After Hours/Familiarization Tour, 5-7 pm, Various locations, check back for updates, 360-683-6197.

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■ Ambassadors Luncheon, 12-1 pm, Various locations, contact Nancynancym@wirtahospitalityworldwide.com.

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■ Girls Night Out at Over the Fence, 6-8 pm, 112 E. Washington St., 360-681-6851.

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■ Olympic Peninsula Open House Weekend, 10 am-4 pm, Sequim & Port Angeles, 360-683-4844.

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■ Wild Olympia - Solo Exhibition featuring Michael Paul Miller, May 19 opening reception, 5-7 pm, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles.

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■ Focus On Series – Swallows, 10 am-12 pm, Dungeness River Audubon Center, 2151 W. Hendrickson Rd, rceducation@olympus.net.

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■ Sequim Accordion Social, 1-4 pm, Shipley Center, 921 E. Hammond St, 360-481-4264.

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■ Novel Conversations Book Group, 4-5 pm, Sequim Branch Library, 630 N Sequim Ave, 360-683-1161.

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■ Coffee with the Mayor, 8:30-9:30 am, Black Bear Diner, 1471 E Washington St, info@sequimchamber.com. ■ Olympic Peninsula Art Association Members Meeting, 9:30 am-12 pm, St Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. 5th Ave, 360-681-0382.

Renewed members

Amara Spa / Kami Westfall Massage Therapy Bekkevar Logging & Trucking Bill Mair Heating & Air, Inc. Black Ball Ferry/M.V. Coho Blondie’s Plate Caliber Home Loans Caregivers Home HealthSequim Carlsborg’s Old Mill Cafe Castell Insurance Clallam County Court House Coastal Dog Gone Groomer Domino’s Pizza Feiro Marine Life Center First Baptist Church of Sequim H & R Block Insurance Services Group Kitsap Bank Las Palomas Restaurant Les Schwab Tire Center New Dungeness Nursery

Olympic Peninsula Equine Network (OPEN) Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus Olympic Peninsula Wineries Olympic Peninsula YMCA Sequim Branch Park View Villas Peace of Mind Home Inspections Peninsula College Port Angeles Marathon Association Public Utility District #1 Purple Haze Lavender Sequim Center for Spiritual Living Sequim Food Bank Sequim Health & Rehab Sequim Prairie Grange Servpro of Clallam & Jefferson County Seven Cedars Casino The Oasis Bar & Grill Windermere Real Estate Sequim-East Your Girl Friday

Special Sections - Sequim Chamber Newsletter May 2018  

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Special Sections - Sequim Chamber Newsletter May 2018  

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