17th Annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival Events
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
The festival is an opportunity to experience positive inclusion, creative expression, encouraged education, the economic enterprise of art, and fostering fiber arts.
October and November, 2022 Events at the Sequim Museum & Arts, 544 N Sequim Avenue across from the high school in Sequim Washington
“Interlaced Lore – Adventure, Fellowship, & Perseverance” 11 AM to 4 PM at Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N Sequim Avenue, Weds – Sat.
“Interlaced Lore” exhibition artists include Lora Armstrong, Libby Ballard, Lynn Baritelle, Holly Bliss, Renne Emiko Brock, Donna Lee Dowdney, Liisa Fagerlund, Susanne Foster, Jennifer Harris, Estelle Jackson, Lee E. Johnson, Susan Kroll, Robin Nelson, Jennifer O’Brien, Betty Oppenheimer, Pauline Schultz, Peggy St. George, Marla Varner, Chandra Wu, and Jean Wyatt.
Friday, October 7, 5 – 8 PM
First Friday Art Walk Sequim Fiber Arts Exhibition with artists’ demonstrations of fiber processes in action for “Interlaced Lore – Adventure, Fellowship, & Perseverance” at Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N Sequim Ave.
Friday, November 4, 5 – 8 PM
First Friday Art Walk Sequim with Fiber Arts Market from fleece to finished products including apparel, household goods, and supplies to create your own fiber works.
Saturday, November 26, 11 AM-3 PM
Small Business Saturday Fiber Arts Market support local artists during this festive day.
“Interlaced Lore – Adventure, Fellowship, & Perseverance” runs October 1 to November 26, 2022 Wed – Sat 11 AM to 3 PM
It’s time for BirdFest BirdQuest! You can play BirdFest-BirdQuest which runs April 1 to 30 and is sponsored by Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce. During the First Friday Art Walk, you can find these fine art feathered friends at several locations. BirdFest-BirdQuest: a fun free game for everyone that brings together high school students, merchants, and the community to support the Olympic Bird Festival and encourages shopping locally. www.OlympicBirdFest.org Find and match the bird art pieces created by Sequim High School students to the business where they are hidden. You can vote for your favorite student art piece too! Game cards available at and can be returned to each of the participating merchants and the Sequim Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center at 1192 E Washington St. by 4:00 PM April 30, 2022. Winners need not to be present for the Prize Drawings or People’s Choice Awards. Questions? 360-683-6197 or info@SequimChamber.com
3rd Annual Sequim Sunshine Festival
The Sequim Sunshine Festival encourages people to get out, have some fun, explore our beautiful town and discover something new. Details for this two day event at https://www.visitsunnysequim.com/263/Sequim-Sunshine-Festival
These are the Friday, March 4 Sunshine Festival Events:
5:00 p.m. – Ribbon Cutting on the Civic Center Plaza at 152 W Cedar St.
5:10 p.m. – Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Heritage Presentation of “Why the Sun Always Shines in Sequim” at the Civic Center Plaza
5:00 – 8:00 p.m. – First Friday Art Walk Sequim at various venues in town
5:00 – 8:00 p.m. – Interactive Light Experience at the Garden Clubhouse at Pioneer Memorial Park at 387 E Washington St.
Join us for this custom built interactive environment that blends art and science encouraging visitors to look at light as an artistic design element and the physical properties of light. Art and science share a similar path of exploration, but with different intentions. Artist Ross Brown hopes this installation will instruct and also create wonder at the power of light to inform our lives. “Living here in the ’Blue Hole/Rain Shadow’ have you ever wondered what is ’light’? Most of us accept that it is and get on with our lives. This exhibit is intended to invite the viewer to experience light as a form of artistic expression as well as talk about ’what is light’. As the viewer, you will be able to interact with and manipulate the light to see and feel the extraordinary power of these electromagnetic waves we call light.” – Ross A. Brown, exhibit designer
6:00 – 8:00 p.m. – City Arts Advisory Commission Music Jam on Civic Center Plaza
6:00 p.m. to March 5 – Play the Great Sun Hunt 2022 Scavenger Hunt.
Join the Sunshine Festival Restaurant Romp supporting local eateries and you just might win a prize! Details at https://www.visitsunnysequim.com/268/Restaurant-Romp
Showcasing the Sequim Sunshine Festival Poster Artist: Donika Huls is a graphic designer with an ethereal aesthetic that embodies her work and her art will be featured on the 2022 Sequim Sunshine Festival poster and other marketing materials. She creates her pieces hoping that they leave the viewer with a warm feeling of joy and hope. This is Donika’s first big project after graduating with a degree in Multimedia Communications from Peninsula College, and she is very excited to be creating art for the Sequim Sunshine Festival. In her free time, Donika enjoys playing video games and hanging out with her friends. Donika shares, “I wanted my art to convey what it means to live in Sequim, while also symbolizing the light and hope that the Sunshine Festival embodies. Having an elk be one of the main parts of the image with the sun between the antlers is what really makes this art specific to Sequim’s sunshine, along with the mountain range and rolling hills in the background. The spelling of Sequim in the stars is actually a call out to the drone show from the 2020 festival, when drones spelled out the name of the town. Overall, I really wanted the art to have the joyous feeling of a sun rising on a new day, and the hope that that brings.”
Due to an abundance of Covid-19 caution and community care, the Eighth Annual “Whodunnit Downtown? – The Case of the Sterling Reputation” Mystery Game is postponed to January 2023.
Thank you for your support and understanding. Kitty Sterling Sterling thanks you too!
Art Beat Small Business Saturday Sales and Events on November 27, 2021 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM hosted by the Sequim pARTners
Celebrate creativity and collaboration by supporting local artists and Arts organizations you love! Enjoy artistic demonstrations, performances, and direct sales with artists.
Sequim pARTners include Blue Whole Gallery, First Friday Art Walk Sequim, North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, Olympic Arts Theatre, Olympic Peninsula Art Association, Peninsula College, Sequim City Arts Advisory Commission, Sequim Museum & Arts, and many more are welcome!
Blue Whole Gallery will be open 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM and will have artist demonstrating pottery on a portable wheel, a couple of artists working on easels outdoors from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM at 129 W Washington St.
The Blue Whole Gallery is a Cooperative Gallery. Opened in June, 1997, the Blue Whole Gallery brings together more than 35 well-known and emerging Northwest artists in a creative celebration of fine art. Works created by our members are as varied and invigorating as the natural splendor of the Olympic Peninsula. The Gallery has hosted workshops, demonstrations, and exhibitions, and our artists have participated in many art and community events since that time. https://bluewholegallery.com/
Sea Glass Artist and Author, Mary Beth Beuke, Artist Lynn Baritelle and Artist and Author Renne Emiko Brock will be selling their unique jewelry and fiber art at the Sequim Museum & Arts 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at 544 N Sequim Avenue.
The Annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival is an interactive fiber arts event connecting to the community with activities like a museum exhibition, workshops, educational demonstrations of fiber processes, hands-on projects with children and adults, Fiber Arts Market of local artists work and fiber supplies, lectures, and information about local fiber activities, groups, businesses, and instructional resources.
Started in 2005, the North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival is an opportunity to experience positive inclusion, creative expression, and the economic enterprise of art. Always encouraging genuine growth and artistic integrity, most activities are free to the public and all forms of fiber art are welcome.
Founded in 1976, the Sequim Museum & Arts has an art gallery and is home to the Manis Mastodon tusks and bones which were found at an early human encampment located on the present day Manis Farm, famous as one of the first-known contact between humans with a mastodon 13,000 years ago. https://www.sequimmuseum.com/
Olympic Theatre Arts Center announces the beginning of a new tradition: “Tale Spinners”, a comfortable, safe storytelling. At 1:30 PM, OTA Tale Spinners storytelling theme is “Moments of Gratitude”. Storytellers and listeners will meet in the Gathering Hall, a newly revamped, nimble and cozy space for intimate events. All proceeds from the event go to restore and refresh the exterior or the theatre. Doors open at 1:30 and stories start at 2pm. Tickets are $10, and are available at the door, online at olympictheatrearts.org or by calling the box office at 360-683-7326 Tuesday to Friday, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Refreshments and beverages at the bar are available.
“Start your day out shopping locally for Small Business Saturday,” said organizer Star Pittman. “Then mosey on over to OTA and enjoy stories and refreshments, then end the day with the Sequim Tractor Cruise and Tree lighting!” Local Sequim writer Heidi Hansen, author of the collection of short stories “Slices of Life” will be adding a story to the events line up. She will be offering her books for purchase – another way to shop and share locally.
“Tale Spinners provides a safe, comfortable space in OTA’s Gathering Hall for the public to come hone their ability to express themselves through storytelling,” said Pittman. “It’s also a great opportunity to support others as they do the same.”
“Sharing stories connects people and gratitude connects us to our best self,” said Pittman. “Come and share your best self.” The event features seasoned local storytellers and encourages “walk-in” storytellers from the public.
Olympic Theatre Arts has been staging plays for the Olympic Peninsula since 1980. https://www.olympictheatrearts.org
Olympic Peninsula Art Association will be around town sharing details about their nonprofit and upcoming OPAA Winter Members’ Art Show & Sale Fundraiser at the Sequim Museum & Arts opening December 1.
Olympic Peninsula Art Association, OPAA (formerly Sequim Arts) is a non-profit arts organization located on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State since 1969. OPAA provides a forum where artists encourage each other and promote the understanding and appreciation of art for the benefit of members and the community by means of meetings, exhibits, demonstrations, newsletter, and various other educational programs.
The annual Members’ Art Show & Sale demonstrates both the variety of media interests and the diversity in artistic talents of OPAA’s membership. Visit the live and online show. Find more information on the website at https://opaagroup.org
City of Sequim City Arts Advisory Commission hosts artist Marina Shipova, Artist Fellow for the Sequim Understory Project, will have a book signing event at the Civic Center Plaza, 152 West Cedar Street, from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. The “Olympic Peninsula” books are offered as a non-profit, limited edition and her photographs will also be on display in the gallery. Marina states, “My goal is to use my camera as a painting tool, to paint new uncharted worlds, as a place of self-discovery, and most importantly, the grounds for telling new (untold) stories.”
The price of Marina Shipova’s book is $25. For those who wish to purchase a book, cash and checks only will be accepted forms of payment. Checks should be made out to the City of Sequim.
Marina Shipova’s exhibit will be on display in the Karen Kuznek-Reese Gallery in the lobby of the Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar Street, from mid-November through January 2022. The Civic Center lobby is open during business hours 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. The exhibit includes a digital presentation of Ms. Shipova’s work on a large screen that can be viewed through the southern window of the Civic Center lobby at any time.
From 1:00 – 3:00 PM, enjoy a Live Music Jam with the Arts Commission that will bring musical instruments to set up at the Civic Center Plaza overhang with information table with upcoming art exhibits and Sunshine Festival Save the Date information. https://www.sequimcityarts.com/
Sequim Home Town Holidays at Centennial Place – On the corner of Sequim Ave and Washington St. Each year Santa comes to downtown Sequim via horse-drawn carriage, historic tractor, or antique fire truck! Families can have their pictures taken with the man in red! The festivities also mark “Small Business Saturday” and the local merchants will be enticing you to their shops to find all sorts of great gifts, stocking stuffers, hold some raffles/contests as well as offer some refreshments! The evening will culminate in a tree-lighting ceremony where you can enter the “number of lights” contest where you might win a gift certificate to spend at a local business that night! Immediately after, there will be a lighted tractor parade organized by the Sequim Museum!
Choose Local Sequim When you purchase from locally owned businesses, more money stays in our community, providing better services and a more unique place to live. https://www.facebook.com/chooselocalsequim
Initiated in 2006, the First Friday Art Walk Sequim is an encouraging and educational arts event that is sponsored and produced by Renne Emiko Brock.
Join us for a fun and free self-guided tour of local art venues in Sequim on the First Friday of every month from 5 – 8 p.m.
Our mission is to create approachable and accessible art and cultural venues that encourage the community to connect and celebrate expression and diversity.
Thank you very much for your kindness and support! Please join us for First Friday Art Walk Sequim year round!
North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival
October 1 – 3, 2021
Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N Sequim Avenue, Sequim WA
Free to the public and all ages welcome!
Visit the website for more information http://fiberartsfestival.org/
Join us for this interactive fiber arts event connecting to the community with activities like a museum exhibition, educational demonstrations of fiber processes, hands-on experiences for children and adults, Fiber Arts Market of local artists’ work and fiber supplies, and information about local fiber activities, groups, businesses, and instructional resources. The North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival is an opportunity to experience positive inclusion, creative expression, encouraged education, the economic enterprise of art, and fostering fiber arts.
Celebrating our 16th year of the North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, we thank our excellent volunteers make this community event possible including several local fiber arts groups, artists, fiber friendly businesses, and educational organizations! We are grateful for their fostering natures and fiber arts talents. Always emboldening genuine growth and artistic integrity, activities are free to the public and all forms of fiber art are welcome.
On Friday, October 1 during the First Friday Art Walk Sequim from 5:00 to 8:00 PM enjoy the “Bumblebunching – Warped, Twisted, & Imperfect” Opening Reception of the fiber arts exhibition which runs October 1 to November 27, 2021 at the Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N Sequim Avenue, Sequim WA. This juried fiber arts exhibition celebrating happy accidents, successful satisfaction in Wabi-Sabi, and unintended artistic experiences that often lead to evolutionary forms of expression and joyful acceptance that experimentation is part of one’s art practice. Fiber Artists yearn for thorough planning and tight intention, gratification in challenging practice, and ritual appreciation and amusement in transience and incomplete mistakes. Bumblebunching are the exuberant jumbled loops created by the bobbin when stitching has improper tension while machine sewing.
“Bumblebunching” exhibition artists include Lynn Baritelle, Honey Bliss, Renne Emiko Brock, Donna Lee Dowdney, Liisa Fagerlund, Susanne Foster, Peggy St. George, Leslie Hoex, Estelle Jackson, Susan Kroll, Jacki Moseley, Kelly Ruth, Susan Savage, Gloria Skovronsky, Marla Varner, and Jean Wyatt.
The Seventh Annual “Whodunnit Downtown? – The Case of the Disco Trophy Hustle” Mystery Game is a fun-filled evening where visitors engage with suspects and collect the clues about the suspects at various venues to solve the crime. Play the game for a chance to win a prize during the January 3 First Friday Art Walk Sequim from 5:00 to 7:30 PM.
Our story is set on New Year’s Eve 1977, the polarizing fever of disco and “Star Wars” has gripped the nation and created division among friends and families. Apposing perspectives of rebellion to oppression and rogue, footloose behavior boil over during the Moonrise Club Disco Dance Tournament hosted by club owner Ms. Quinny Quartz. Steeped in competition, the dancers take to the checkerboard floor to battle for the mirror ball trophy while the anti-dancing crusaders clash to end this wicked disco fever. What syncopated force disrupted the infectious choreography as the large cash prize vanished along with the trophy? Force users, dancers, contradiction, and conflict hits the streets of Sequim as the search is on to shed luminescent light on the criminal who swiped the contest prize. Can you solve the mystery?
Starting at 5:00 PM, strut down the sidewalk to “Staying Alive” while visiting various Sequim First Friday Art Walk venues. Mingle with the suspects in our mystery game and discover why they might have stolen the Moonrise Club’s Mirror Ball Dance Trophy. Visitors and sleuths to the “Whodunnit Downtown?” and Sequim Art Walk are encouraged to dress in the theme colors of silver, black, and white, as well as, in 70’s era attire, disco duds, and “Star Wars” motivated costumes. It is not required, but dressing up makes the evening more fun and festive. You can solve this crime that will inspire balance and integrity by finding clues about the suspects of the “Whodunnit Downtown? – The Case of the Disco Trophy Hustle” at these local businesses: Bag Ladies of Sequim at 161 W Washington St., Blue Whole Gallery at 129 W Washington St., Cedarbrook Lavender at 120 W Washington St., City of Sequim Civic Center at 152 W Cedar St., Forage Gifts & Northwest Treasures at 121 W Washington St., Peninsula Taproom at 210 W. Washington St., Rainshadow Café at 157 W Cedar St., Sequim Habitat Boutique Store at 213 E Washington St., That Takes the Cake at 171 W Washington St., and Wind Rose Cellars at 143 W Washington St.
Pick up your game card at any of the participating venues at 5:00 PM. Fill out your game card, and, enter it at “Whodunnit Headquarters” at Cedarbrook Lavender Farm Gift Shop at 120 W Washington St., and then be part of the prize drawing for the correct answer at 7:30 PM. No purchase necessary. Must be 21+ to win. Need not be present to win. Winner drawn by random and the first game card drawn with the correct answer wins the prizes donated by Sequim friends and local businesses. The Seventh Annual “Whodunnit Downtown? – The Case of the Disco Trophy Hustle” Mystery Game is co-hosted by Cedarbrook Lavender & Herb Farm and First Friday Art Walk Sequim. You will find more details and a map at SequimArtWalk.com Can you solve this compelling mystery game? You are our only hope!
The Sequim-Dungness Valley Chamber Merchant Group presents the Sixth Annual “Whodunnit Downtown? – The Case of the Mistaken Tin Foil Hat” Mystery Game which is a fun-filled evening where visitors engage with suspects and collect the clues about them at various venues to solve the crime for a chance to win a prize during the January 4, 2019 First Friday Art Walk Sequim from 5:00 to 7:30 PM.
Our story is set in 1967. The Apollo Space Program and Star Trek has launched interest in Extraterrestrial Life beyond Earth. This galactic curiosity apparently inspired the famous fashion designer, Specular Specular, who launched her haute couture spring line with glowing reviews and petty theft. Amok camera flashbulbs blasts during the fashion show finale, her silver showstopper topper, the 50’s inspired satellite dish tin foil hat, was stolen right off the model! Flashing lights, futuristic ideals, and unfamiliar faces have descended and something strange is happening in Sequim involving optics, fields, and fashion! Can you solve the mystery? Find the clues about the suspects at the “Whodunnit Downtown? – The Case of the Mistaken Tin Foil Hat” locations during the First Friday Art Walk Sequim.
Go boldly as you adventure around the Sequim Art Walk venues to mingle with the suspects in our mystery game and discover why they might have stolen Specular Specular’s “Tin Foil Hat” starting at 5 PM. You can solve this crime that will inspire communication and inclusion by finding clues at these local businesses: Bag Ladies of Sequim at 161 W Washington St., Blue Whole Gallery at 129 W Washington St., Cedarbrook Lavender at 134 1/2 W Washington St., City of Sequim Civic Center at 152 W Cedar St., Evil Roy’s Elixirs Distillery 209 S Sequim Ave., Forage Gifts & Northwest Treasures at 121 W Washington St., Peninsula Taproom 210 W. Washington St., Rainshadow Café at 157 W Cedar St., Sequim Habitat Boutique Store at 213 E Washington St., Sequim Spice and Tea at 139 W Washington St., Sunshine Café at 145 W Washington St., That Takes the Cake at 171 W Washington St., and Wind Rose Cellars at 143 W Washington St.
Can you solve this mystery? Pick up your game card at any of the participating venues at 5:00 PM. Fill out your game card, enter it at Sunshine Café at 145 W Washington St., and be part of the prize drawing for the correct answer at 7:30 PM. No purchase necessary. Must be 21+ to win. Need not be present to win. Winner drawn by random and prizes donated by local businesses. The first game card drawn with the correct answer wins the big prize of gifts from Sequim friends and businesses including a stay at the Seaview Vacation Rental at Cedarbrook Lavender and Herb Farm.
Visitors and sleuths to the “Whodunnit Downtown?” and Sequim Art Walk are encouraged to dress in our themed colors of silver, black, and white, as well as, in 60’s era attire and Star Trek motivated costumes. It is not required, but dressing up makes the evening more fun and festive.
Special Events during the First Friday Art Walk Sequim!
Upcoming Special Events for 2019!
January First Friday Art Walk Sequim presents a “Whodunnit Downtown” Mystery Game
April First Friday Art Walk Sequim includes the BirdFest BirdQuest as part of the Olympic Peninsula BirdFest
May First Friday Art Walk Sequim is part of the Sequim Irrigation Festival and Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair
October First Friday Art Walk Sequim is the launch of the North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival
The 123rd Sequim Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair is on May 5 and 6, 2018 with the May 4 First Friday Art Walk Sequim Patron Preview. Our Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair emphasizes reusability, repurpose and recycling. This creative community event provides an opportunity for vendors to sell their unique handcrafted wares and for folks to have active engagement with the artists. We invite the public to enter creative works or vote for awards during our Innovative Reuse Showcase and Contest. Also with the arts and crafts vendors, enjoy a selection from our food vendors, our amazing main stage entertainment, clever demonstrations of sustainable arts and crafts, and an opportunity to participate in our hands-on community art project. Come join us for shopping, food, photo ops, entertainment, demonstrations, and FUN at Cedar Street at Sequim Civic Plaza.
First Friday Art Walk May 4, 5 – 8 pm
Saturday, May 5, 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday, May 6, 10 am – 4 pm
Creative vendors selling handcrafted wares and food on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Vendors include 3D Wood Maps, Aloha Smoothies, Apple Cox, Art to Suit You, Cherokee Beach Creations, Creative Iron Works, LLC, Debbie’s Fun & Affordable Jewelry, DJ’s Pens, Enanimals, Fairview Lake Studios, Fresh Hats – Love on Your Head, Friday Harbor House of Jerky, Happy Cells Studio, hue are you?, If Found Treasurers, Lil’ Log Cabin Creations, Lisa’s Designs, Mickey’s Unique Designs, Moments in Time and Design, Inc, Mystery Bay Coastal Cuisine, New Dungeness Light Station Association, New Dungeness Nursery, Olympic Peninsula Authors, OPT Signs, Paperwings Studio, Phoenixx Fibers, Rock and Gem Liaisons, Sharray Originals, The Chart Artist, The Jake Hose Company, The Shepherd’s Fold, Transister Sister, Sassy Glass, Sequim Bee Farm, Sequim High School Class of 2019, Sequim Valley Products, Snow Creek Leather, Straus Bavarian Nuts, Uniquely Designed Jewelry, Vicki Wickell Watercolors, Volunteers in Medicine of the Olympics, Warpath Woodworks, Welfare for Animals Guild (WAG), and Whidbey Island Fudge Company.
Creative activities with a focus on Reuse, Recycle and Repurpose
Innovative Reuse Showcase and Contest: Bring your DIY reuse, recycle, repurpose creations to win prizes! Enter to win in the People’s Choice Awards in our 4 categories: Wearable, Functional, Decorative, and Kids 15 and under. Details at the IrrigationFestival.com website and contact Kelly at 360-461-3950 or JustAskKelly@olypen.com Please deliver your creations on May 4, Friday evening or May 5, Saturday morning.
Demonstrations Saturday, May 5
10 am-12 pm CJ Kapetan, “Wood Burning Art”
12:30-2:30 pm Genaveve Starr, “Recycling product packaging into containers for art”
3-5 pm Driftwood Sculpting by the Olympic Driftwood Sculptors
Demonstrations Sunday, May 6
11am-1pm Frances Rice, “Sock Pet Friends”
1-3 pm Brad Griffith, Sequim Community Makerspace, “The Toy Makers Teacher”
Community Creativity Activity on Saturday and Sunday
10am – 4 pm Color small pieces of the 2018 Irrigation Festival logo to make a giant logo mural that will be on display at Coastal.
Saturday, May 5
9:30 am Kids Parade Awards
9:45-10:00 am Operetta performance – How to Succeed in Business
10-10:50 am Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus
11-11:50 am Olympic Mountain Cloggers
12-1:50 pm Jim Basnight
2-3:50 pm Caribe Steel Band
4-4:50 pm Locos Only
Sunday, May 6
10-12:50 am Jim Basnight Solo
1-2:50 pm Tyme Pieces
3-3:50 pm Sequim High School Jazz Ensemble
Evergreen Home Loans
Shawnna Rigg & Marcus Oden, RE/MAX Prime
Contact email@example.com or call 360-477-3750 for the Co-Directors of the Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair:
Renne Emiko Brock
Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Innovative.Arts.and.Crafts.Fair/
Past Special Events during the First Friday Art Walk Sequim
May 6 – 8, 2016 Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair on Cedar Street at the Sequim Civic Plaza
April 1 First Friday Art Walk Sequim includes the BirdFest BirdQuest as part of the Olympic Peninsula BirdFest
Play BirdFest-BirdQuest by finding the birds created by Jake Reichner’s Sequim High School ceramics class, in Sequim’s downtown businesses, during First Friday Art Walk 5:00-8:00 PM. Pink is April’s First Friday Art Walk theme color, so wearing pink is encouraged. At 8:00 PM the Grand Prize drawing of the correct BirdFest-BirdQuest game card and the announcement of the top three vote-getters for People’s Choice awards will take place at That Takes the Cake. You need not be present to win. Then the students’ sculptures will be on display at BirdFest Central inside the Dungeness River Audubon Center until the afternoon of April 17th.
Organized by the Sequim Merchants group, The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce, First Friday Art Walk Sequim and OlympicBirdFest.org
BirdFest-BirdQuest Participating businesses:
1. Blue Hole Gallery, at 129 W. Washington St.
2. Cedarbrook Lavender, at 134 1/2 Washington St.
3. Fieldnotes, at 123 Washington St.
4. Fudd’s Fish & Chips, at 173 W. Washington St.
5. Hart’s Fine Books, at 161 W. Washington St.
6. Heather Creek, at 122 W. Washington St.
7. Olympic Lavender, at 120 W. Washington St.
8. Purple Haze Lavender, at 127 W. Washington St.
9. Rusting Rooster, at 154 E. Washington St.
10. Solar City Boutique +, at 135 W. Washington St.
11. That Takes The Cake, at 171 W. Washington St.
12. Wind Rose Cellars, at 143 W. Washington St.
During the month of April at Sunshine Café:
Come marvel at the display of the Olympic Peninsula Art Association’s Student Show art pieces. These are the ones who received awards from Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society for “BIRD ART” and from the Dungeness River Audubon Center for “CONNECTIONS WITH NATURE”.
Location: Sequim Sunshine Café 145 W. Washington Street
Hours: 7:00 AM -3:00 PM Wednesday through Sunday
January First Friday Art Walk Sequim presents a “Whodunnit Downtown” Mystery Game
The Sequim-Dungness Valley Chamber Merchant Group and First Friday Art Walk Sequim presents the Fourth Annual “Whodunnit Downtown? – The Case of the Chrome Key” Mystery Game for a fun-filled evening as we step back in time into the 1940’s to collect the clues about the suspects who have fallen through time travel gateways and solve the crime to win a big prize.
The story is set in 1946, the Atomic Age emerged and by chance temporal portals through time and alternative universes opened in Sequim. Pirate Captain C. R. Silverbeard’s locked silver chest was found in a farmhouse overlooking the City of Sequim and Strait of Juan De Fuca. The chest from the past became a shiny curio on display at a local spice and tea shop. The treasure chest can only be opened by Silverbeard’s Chrome Key stolen from him in 1776. Treasure hunting adventurers and pirates from the present, past, and Neo-Victorian times will gather in Sequim this January 8th evening to reveal who stole the Chrome Key that unlocks this pirate plunder.
Adventure around the Art Walk venues to mingle with the suspects in our mystery game and discover why they might have Captain C. R. Silverbeard’s Chrome Key starting at 5 PM. You can solve this crime that crosses time and space by finding clues at these local businesses: A Dropped Stitch at 136 S 2nd Ave., Blue Whole Gallery at 129 W Washington St., BrokersGroup Real Estate at 219 W Washington St., Cedarbrook Lavender Farm Shop at 134 1/2 W Washington St., Hart’s Fine Books 161 W Washington St., Local Yarn Shop at 213 E Washington St., Mia Bella at 130A N 3rd Ave., Museum & Arts Center at 175 W Cedar St., Olympic Lavender Co. at 120 W Washington St., Purple Haze Lavender Shop at 127 W Washington St., R & T Crystals ‘n’ Beads at 158 E Bell St., Sequim Spice and Tea 139 W Washington St., Solar City at 135 W Washington St., That Takes the Cake at 171 W Washington St., and Wind Rose Winery at 143 W Washington St.
Can you solve this mystery? Fill out your game card, enter it at Sequim Spice and Tea at 139 W Washington St., and be part of the prize drawing for the correct answer at 7:30 PM. No purchase necessary. Must be 21+ to win. Need not be present to win. Winner drawn by random and prizes donated by local Sequim Businesses. The first game card drawn with the correct answer wins the big prize of treasured and educational experiences including a Two Night Stay at the Seaview Vacation Rental from Cedarbrook Lavender and Herb Farm, One Cake Decorating Class from That Takes The Cake, A Knitting Class from A Dropped Stitch, Two tickets + T-Shirts to Purple Haze Daze from Purple Haze Lavender Farm, 30 Minute One-On-One Class with MacTraders, “Sequim~Dungeness Valley” by Katherine Vollenweider from the Museum & Arts Center, sea glass earrings of historic cobalt blue in sterling silver from West Coast Sea Glass, and more!
Visitors and sleuths to the “Whodunnit Downtown?” and Sequim Art Walk are encouraged to dress in our themed colors of silver, black, and white, as well as, in 40’s era, steampunk, or in pirate garb. It is not required, but dressing up makes the evening more fun and festive.
Tenth Annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival in Sequim WA is October 2, 3 & 4, 2015. Join us for this interactive fiber arts event connecting to the community with activities like a museum exhibition, workshops, educational demonstrations of fiber processes, hands-on projects with children and adults, Fiber Arts Market of local artists work and fiber supplies, lecture, and information about local fiber activities, groups, businesses, and instructional resources.
3rd Annual Whodunnit Downtown? “The Curious Case of the Kidnapped Cat”
“Wing It On!” Fairy Wings Workshop for June First Friday Art Walk