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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Artistry at the Schafer Meadows Fiber Arts Festival

Written on October 6, 2015 at 8:07 am, by

By Chelsea Royer Valerie Fox-Armes’ fascination with artistry began as a young girl. “We had art supplies everywhere growing up. My mother made many of our clothes and much of my passion for art came from my mom,” says Valerie. Now, many years later, Valerie is inspiring others with her own homemade creations. Her favorite  Continue Reading »

Trevor Brearty Offers Fishing Tips in Grays Harbor

Written on October 6, 2015 at 8:03 am, by

By Douglas Scott As the cooler air makes its way down from Alaska and the days grow shorter, most of the Pacific Northwest turns inward, preparing for the winter. Yet, when the signs of fall first become visible in Grays Harbor, the region starts bustling with excitement. As the trees turn colors and and the  Continue Reading »

Five Fall Activities to Enjoy With Your Family around Grays Harbor

Written on October 6, 2015 at 8:01 am, by

By Douglas Scott Fall is a transition time for the Pacific Northwest. As each day passes, the sun rises a little later, and the sun sets a little earlier. In fact, we lose three minutes of daylight each day during the month of October. During the fall, gray skies become more frequent, helping show off  Continue Reading »