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Museum and Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley
175 W Cedar Street
Phone: 360-683-8110 --
Statement of Purpose:
Preserve the past and promote the future through exhibits and programs.
Highlights & Collections:
This general Museum features a new local art exhibit each month. Exhibits
include the story of the famous Manis Mastodon, found several miles away;
and new exhibits quarterly. For 2007, the featured exhibits include: Sea
Glass, Gems of the Sea; Vintage Bathing Suits; and other maritime themed
exhibits. Visit the Museum Store for books on local history. The Museum is
open 8-4 Tuesday through Saturday, except on Holidays. Winter closure is
from December 22 to Jan. 3rd.
In October, the North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival features a juried exhibit
of fine and wearable fiber art, visit www.fiberartsfestival.com for
information on how to enter. The Dungeness Schoolhouse, built in 1892,
houses the historic classroom exhibit, and is open to the public from 11-3
on Saturday and Sunday, the first weekend in December during the Holiday
Tea. Open for rentals throughout the year. No admission charges, donations
The Whatton Research Library and Photo Archives is a resource for
historians. Please call 360-681-2257 for appointment.
Exhibits: Arts, crafts & history.
Daily: 9-4 except National Holidays.
Admission & Directions:
Katherine Vollenweider, Executive Director
Thomas Pitre, Webmaster and Member, MAC
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