Area: Baileys Harbor

  • Experience Natural Christmas at The Ridges

    Spend time this holiday season surrounded by natural beauty during The Ridges Sanctuary’s annual Natural Christmas, set for Dec. 11, 3-6 pm, at the Cabins at The Ridges, 8288 Cty Q in Baileys Harbor. Guests can stroll the softly lit Hidden Brook boardwalk, roast marshmallows and chestnuts around an outdoor fire, and listen to holiday […]

  • Tiny Trekkers Program Begins Nov. 30 at The Ridges

    Children up to age 3 and their caregivers are invited to The Ridges Sanctuary for Tiny Trekkers: Holiday in the Woods, a program designed to foster an early love and respect for the natural world. Active play in nature between caregivers and children provides lasting impressions. The program includes three sessions – Nov. 30, Dec. […]

  • DCBC Stout

    A Stout Inspired by the Sea

    Door County Brewing Co.’s winter seasonal, Silurian Stout, has returned. You may not recognize it as Silurian, though, because the brewery has completely revamped its label art and updated its recipe, changing it from a lactose-heavy milk stout to a more balanced oatmeal stout, full of flaked oats and some of the brewery’s favorite dark […]

  • Clairo Farms

    Winter Market at Heirloom Cafe

    One of the best parts of the slower months is being able to do the things you didn’t have time for during the busy season. Unfortunately, some of those things, such as visiting farmers markets, are seasonal and therefore long gone by the time your schedule frees up. Luckily, a group of small businesses is […]

  • ‘Icons of Door County’ Captures Peninsula’s Beauty

    Door County photographer Luke Collins has published his first book, Icons of Door County, featuring a variety of his favorite images of the peninsula’s most memorable and recognizable parks, landmarks and vistas. From Cave Point to the Anderson Dock, the “winding road” to Peninsula State Park, Collins highlights each location with a series of photographs. […]

  • Hacienda Brewing

    It’s the Season for Saison

    Hacienda Beer Co. has bottled fall with its L’automne 2021. This saison seeks to capture the flavors of a Door County autumn with notes of apricot skin, vanilla, mandarin, candied melon and clove. L’automne 2021 is available this week at the Door County Brewing Co. taproom, 8099 Hwy 57 in Baileys Harbor.

  • Harbor Marine Storage

    New Owner for Harbor Marine Storage

    Harbor Marine Storage – a boat-, RV- and car-storage facility at 2556 Cty F in Baileys Harbor – is under new ownership as of last month. The facility is paid by the square foot and currently has space available. Boat pull-out and winterizing services are also available for storage clients. Call 920.839.2930 to discuss options and […]

  • Hacienda Brewing

    Bits & Bites: Hacienda + Bad Moravian = Good Times

    Last weekend, Hacienda Beer Co. welcomed back a favorite milk stout after a long hiatus: The Only Time Is Party Time. As the weather continues to cool, folks are looking for thick, decadent stouts. For Party Time, Hacienda takes its robust and creamy milk-stout recipe – full of oats, chocolate malt and lactose – and allows […]

  • EVO Botanicals

    EVO Botanicals Takes Off

    A local couple’s solution to a problem launches their new company Jennifer and Christoper Davis are hard at work in a commercial kitchen, but their products won’t end up on your dining table or in your pantry. Instead, the Davises are crafting skin-care products with cannabidiol (CBD) for their new company, EVO Botanicals. “That was […]

  • See Fabric Dyeing at Bazyli Studio

    There’s always something happening at Bazyli Studio Wearable and Textile Art, where owner Peter Ciesla, a bespoke clothing designer and textile artist, creates his own fabrics using native Door County plants and other plants that he cultivates in his gardens.  Stop by the gallery/studio Friday, Oct. 15, to see fabrics – he works with linen, cotton, […]

  • Three Holes-in-One at Maxwelton Braes

    Carol DeVault had a hole-in-one Sept. 17 on hole #8 at Maxwelton Braes Golf Course in Baileys Harbor. Then Jim Bresnahan at Maxwelton Braes sent this update: “Wow! Nothing all year until Carol had hers, [and] now two more.” They were Tom Leighty of Hayward, Wisconsin, on Sept. 22 on hole #17; and Terry Murphy […]

  • Bags, Apparel, Jewelry Delight at Bazyli

    Whether you’re buying a gift for yourself or someone else, Bazyli Studio Wearable and Textile Art – nestled among pines and perennial gardens, and run by resident artists Skye and Peter Ciesla – is a gallery to explore.  Currently featured are expertly crafted, colorful, creative leather bags by Ilze Heider and hand-painted scarves and tops by […]

  • Curbside Brat Fry and Bake Sale Oct. 9

    Immanuel Lutheran Church, 7973 Hwy 57 in Baileys Harbor, will host a curbside brat fry and bake sale Oct. 9, 10 am – 3 pm. Load up on brats, chili, hot dogs, chips, soda, water and baked goods during this fundraiser to support the church’s outreach projects.

  • Baileys Harbor Seeks New Town Board Supervisor

    Baileys Harbor – Town officials are looking to their neighbors to step up soon after accepting the resignation Tuesday evening of town board Supervisor Jake Erickson, who had served in the position for about a year and a half. Erickson said some unexpected things had come up that demanded his time, so he could not […]

  • Bat Presentation, House Building At The Ridges

    Curious about Wisconsin’s bats? Attend a presentation by a conservation biologist from the Wisconsin Bat Program at The Ridges Sanctuary on Oct. 21, 2 pm. Then, at 3:30 pm, join a workshop to build a bat house at the Nature Center, 8166 Hwy 57 in Baileys Harbor. Spaces are limited, and registration is required for […]

  • Final Wearable Art Show of the Year Oct. 2-3

    The Door County Wearable Art Show, set for Oct. 2-3, will feature the work of eight wearable-art designers and makers during an exhibition and sale of beautiful clothing, accessories and jewelry. During this final event of the year, attendees will find the fine design work of local and regional fiber artists Martha Bennett, Ann L. […]

  • Master Shibori Artist at Bazyli Studio

    This fall, Bazyli Studio Wearable and Textile Art is featuring designs by master shibori artist Carter Smith. His leggings and unisex thermal tops will keep you warm as the seasons change, and his silk jackets, kimonos and dresses will make beautiful statements during the upcoming holiday season. In addition, Bazyli is hosting its annual sale […]

  • Miller Wins Hey Hey 5k

    Ryan Miller of Fish Creek won the 6th edition of the Hey Hey 5k on Saturday, Sept. 25. Miller finished in 19:28, 33 seconds ahead of second-place Brady Nieman of Sturgeon Bay. Eric Biehr of Muskego took third. Raissa Ashman of Seymour paced the women in a time of 22:46, followed by Gemma Mrozinsky of […]

  • A Step Back in Time

    Baileys Harbor’s AutumnFest returns Sept. 25 Picture this: You’re strolling through town, and the words to “Peggy Sue” are floating through your mind – or maybe they’re coming from the local bar. A ’56 Chevy Bel-Air drives past and pulls up next to a ’53 Studebaker Golden Hawk. The locals are enjoying food and drinks, […]

  • Nature-themed Playground, Green-energy Efforts in the Works

    Baileys Harbor’s town board took steps toward more inclusive and greener practices Monday. GameTime Playground Design Parks Committee member Kari Baumann and Baileys Harbor Community Association (BHCA) coordinator Ellie Soderberg received board approval to begin fundraising to replace the old playground equipment in Kendall Weisgerber Memorial Park behind the town hall. The new playground equipment […]