A concert event featuring a foam tub, music by national touring artists Pamela Means, Dorothy Scott, Hans Christian, and Julian Hagen, and a showing of the documentary film Dr. Bonner’s Magic Soap Box, will take place August 14 from 5 – 10 pm at Sunset Park in Sturgeon Bay. The event, entitled “All One Ark,” will celebrate a building project recently announced by the Door County Humane Society.
Dorothy Scott will take the stage not only to honor D.C Humane Society but to also pay tribute Ralph Bronner, who first brought Scott to Door County over seven years ago.
“Mr. Ralph Bronner recently suffered a severe stroke and I am so happy he is recovering and will be able to attend the show,” said Scott. “He has done so much for this small community and loves the arts with a passion.”
The film, which will show following the concert, tracks the life of Dr. Bonner, who immigrated to the US and, along with his family, established a company known for its corporate conscience and resolution to abide by the “Moral ABC” explained on the soap labels.
The event is free and open to the community. All soap sales will go to the DCHS building fund. Participants are asked to bring proper attire for the tub and lawn chairs or blankets for the concert and film showing.
For more information call 920.493.5979.