Welcome to our exhibit Center at 175 West Cedar Street, Sequim, WA
We are open from 11am to 3pm Wednesday thru Saturday & from 5pm-8pm during the 1st Friday Art Walk each month ~ Donations are warmly accepted
FOSTERED FIBER ARTS
“Fostered Fiber–Remembrance, Remnants & Mentors” is the theme for the 2015 North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival Juried Exhibition at the Museum & Arts Center at 175 West Cedar St. in Downtown Sequim. This year the exhibition theme is about expressing the dedication to cloth, cherished memories, and mentorship with gifts of knowledge and kindness,while cultivting interest in generations to come in the practice of fiber arts creation and sharing of abundance. From first attempts to work with thread, yarn, and fleece to refined finished objects of art, the fiber works that tell stories of fostering learning and living are desired.
Sequim-Dungeness Kiwanis Club is Back !Meetings are held at the Mariner Cafe on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday at 5:30 pm Come join us ! Mary 907-227-2298
From 1 to 4:30 tea & baked treats will be served at the old fashioned Victorian Tea upstairs at the National Historic Site. During this time a bake sale, Christmas gift sale & appearances by Santa & Mrs. Claus will be happening, while an antique car group will be outside in the school's playground. Tours will be given of the refurbished classroom & Christmas music will fill the beloved old school rooms.
No charge for admission, just lots of fun & shopping. This is the biggest fund raiser of the the year by the Sequim Museum & Dungeness Schoolhouse to support the maintenance of the area's most beautiful landmark. Come celebrate the holiday with your friends & neighbors at the old-fashioned gathering now that our new elevator lift is installed to meet ADA requirements for access to all visitors. Donations, grants, rental fees & loving gifts keep this "Old Beauty" open to the public, so please come out to support her future long life.
Sell your Christmas themed items at the Christmas Tea! A fun way to share your talents & no fee required. Reasonably priced items sell like crazy. Donations from sales are most appreciated!
ROSS HAMILTON PHOTOGRAPHY
Ross Hamilton is a 40 year veteran explorer of the Olympic Peninsula and a 50 year student of his art. His long standing pursuit of excellence and accuracy has earned him the respect of those who treasure the beauty of the Olympics. His straightforward style celebrates the beauty of his subjects with little embellishment. For him, the original cannot be improved upon. Though his passions run deep, he lays little claim to artistic achievement, thinking himself to be a 'copy boy' for the Creator's art. Come in and view his new canvasses for sale.
THE BOYS in THE BOAT
Drop in and see our newest and permanent exhibit "Boys in the Boat". The story of the 1936 Olympic Games “Gold Medal Winner” Joe Rantz from Sequim.
Proud Supporters of the Boys in the Boat