Play Pickleball at Carrie Blake Park!
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and it's great fun for kids and adults. The City of Sequim and the Sequim Picklers cut the ribbon on eight tournament quality Pickleball courts last year at Carrie Blake Park. The courts are reserved for members most mornings, but are open to the public most afternoons. Visit the Sequim Picklers'
website to see the court schedule and learn more about the sport.
Pickleball is fun for kids and adults.
Enter the BirdFest- BirdQuest
Sequim is all about the birds in the month of April. Kids are invited to take part in the BirdFest-BirdQuest, April 1 - 14,and go in search of the ceramic bird sculptures, created by local high school students, located in businesses throughout the City. You can pick up a game card at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce or any participating business. Get your card marked as you find the birds and enter to win prizes. From April 15 - 27, the ceramic birds will be on exhibit at the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park. The River Center and Park are worth a stop anytime of year to see the wildlife displays and the historic Railroad Bridge train trestle. Free bird walks are offered every Wednesday morning at 8:30 a.m.
Look for bird sculptures throughout the City.
Enjoy the 2018 Audubon Photography Winners
While you're in the mood for birds, don't miss the
2018 Audubon Photography
Award Winning photos on display at the Sequim Civic Center now through
Youth Winner - Cobalt-winged Parakeets.
Take a Bike Ride
The Olympic Discovery Trail offers breathtaking views of the beauty surrounding Sequim and provides a cycling adventure for all experience levels. You can travel the six miles through Sequim or follow the trail from Port Townsend out to the coast. Don't want to bring your bikes? No worries, local
offer rentals for use.
Cycling is a great way to take in the natural beauty surrounding Sequim.
While you're in Sequim, be sure to visit the
Museum and Arts Center
and learn more about local history including a significant mastodon discovery and 1936 Olympic gold medal winner Joe Rantz.
We look forward to seeing you in Sunny Sequim!