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  1. 2016 National Audubon Avian Photography Award Winning Exhibit

    March 27, 8:00 AM - April 7, 4:30 PM @ Sequim Civic Center

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  2. Over the River and Through the Woods

    March 31, 7:30 PM - April 16, 2:00 PM @ Olympic Theatre Arts

    Visit the OTA website for times and tickets.

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  3. BirdFest-BirdQuest Game

    April 1, 10:00 AM - April 8, 4:00 PM @ In 20 different Sequim Businesses

    BirdFest-BirdQuest: play this fun free game, a Sequim Merchant Group Event, sponsored by Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce, taking place in 20 of Sequim’s Businesses and promoting the Olympic Peninsula BirdFest. Find the beautiful bird sculptures, created by Jake Reichner’s Sequim High School ceramic’s class & match them to the business that you find them in. Game cards available at each of the participating merchants. Grand Prize: “Birds Eye View of Sequim” plane ride to Port Townsend & back with Emily Westcott, plus one year’s membership to the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society. April 1-8th turn in Game Cards & People’s Choice; 10am-4pm at Sequim Chamber 1192 E. Washington St. BirdFest-BirdQuest finishes 4pm on April 8th.

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  4. Peeps Diorama Exhibit

    April 3, 8:00 AM - April 14, 4:30 PM @ Sequim Civic Center

    View eight charming dioramas utilizing Peeps marshmallow candies depicting scenes from the Railroad Bridge Park to the SeaPeeps.

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  5. Introduction to Northwest Coast Archaeology with Gary Wessen

    April 3, 6:00 PM - April 6, 9:00 PM @ 1033 Old Blyn Highway

    Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Library Presents Introduction to Northwest Coast Archaeology with Gary Wessen 6-9 pm at Red Cedar Hall on the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Campus at 1033 Old Blyn Hwy April 3, 10, 17, 24, (first four Mondays of April) This program is a 4-week seminar on archaeology in the Pacific Northwest presented by archaeologist Gary Wessen. After examining some important background issues, attendees will review the archaeological record briefly highlighting some of the better known Western Washington sites, and consider what they can tell us about the prehistoric cultures of this region. This course will also examine the modern environment for these resources: What are the threats to archaeological sites today? Class size will be capped at 30 attendees, so sign up soon! Registration fee is $50; meal included with registration. For more information about this event, contact Tribal Librarian Bonnie Roos at 360-582-5783.

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