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Sequim is now 100!  Our mission is to educate, celebrate and commemorate the 100 years since the City's incorporation.
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A painting was created especially for the Centennial by Cindy Mangutz. Posters of the painting are available. Click here to see the painting.

Thank you to our  sponsors and donors for their generosity! Thank you to the Sequim Gazette for their special Centennial  Sequim Gazette publication. Thank you to all who have incorporated the Centennial into their events!

Our year-long celebration kicked off on October 27, 2012 with a pancake breakfast held by the Sequim Prairie Grange (to view pictures of this event, click here) and a prime rib buffet dinner (to view pictures of this event, click here.) Thank you to all who participated in these events! The finale took place on November 2, 2013 in Club Seven at the Seven Cedars Casino.

Centennial Cookbook

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Minutes are also available. 
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Significant Dates in History
  • August 4, 1913 - A petition to incorporate, signed by 79 qualified voters, was presented to the Board of Clallam County Commissioners. The Board of County Commissioners determined the boundaries of the proposed town. 
  • October 14, 1913 - An election was held for the purpose of determining whether the town should incorporate and for the election of town officers. 
  •  October 20, 1913 - The Board of County Commissioners canvassed the votes cast at such election. There were 90 votes in favor and 66 against incorporating. 
  •  October 31, 1913 - The articles of incorporation were filed with the Secretary of State’s Office. 
  •  November 1913 - The first meeting of the Town Council was held.