Sequim ( pronounced squim) is located on the northern Olympic Peninsula. The location at the eastern base of the Olympic mountains is unique as the rain is all taken from the clouds on the western side of the range. Sequim enjoys more sunny days and less rain with an average of 12-15 inches per year,  than most places in Washington, and a great mountain view. Sequim is home to the longest continual festival in Washington state, the Sequim Irrigation Festival. It celebrates the opening of the first irrigation ditch that brought water from the river to the dry praries of the Sequim valley and turned the area from dry scrub to a lush dairy valley. A favorite event is the Sequim Lavender Festival held in July.

This is the government run website for the city of Sequim:

This is the website for the City of Sequim, WA from the marketing firm