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  • Dancin’ on the Door Hosts Middle Eastern Dance, Mommy/Daddy & Me Paint-and-Sip

    Andria’s Dancin’ on the Door will host a workshop for Middle Eastern dance – aka belly dance – March 11, 5:30-6:45 pm. Practicing this graceful art is a fun and beautiful way to celebrate a rich history of movement while staying in shape. Workshop students will learn and practice a piece of choreography in a traditional […]

  • Obituary: James Richard Copiskey

    July 29, 1974 – Feb. 27, 2020 James Richard Copiskey, 45, of Egg Harbor died Feb. 27, 2020. He was born in Sturgeon Bay to Donald J. Copiskey and Joanne Marie (Salkowski) Copiskey. James graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1992. He was employed as a skilled fabricator with various local industries: Wulf Bros., Hi Tec […]

  • Fashion Forward Returns for Second Year

    The Fashion Forward fashion show returns to the Kress Pavilion on Feb. 29, 6:30 pm. The show, started by Claire Erickson, was meant to empower women of all shapes, sizes, ages and colors, while raising money for services that help women in need. Erickson was asked to walk in a show in Milwaukee where the […]

  • Kress Pavilion to Hold Presentation on the Long-Lost Horseshoe Bay Settlement

    Mention Horseshoe Bay, and immediately people associate it with the historical farms and sprawling beach, but there was much more to the area before the farms and sunbathing.  Discover the long-lost Horseshoe Bay Settlement during an Egg Harbor Historical Society presentation by Giz Herbst on March 2, 2:30 pm, at the Kress Pavilion in Egg […]

  • PODCAST: The Future of Egg Harbor

    Myles gives a rundown of this week’s top stories, including an update on the proposal for a quarry RV park. After the break, we sit down with Egg Harbor Village Administrator Ryan Heise to talk about the future of the village.

  • Breakfast Bingo at Kress Pavilion on Feb. 22

    The Egg Harbor Historical Society will host breakfast bingo Feb. 22 at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor. The doors will open at 9 am; bingo will start at 10 am. Coffee, juice and small breakfast treats will be available. Proceeds will help the society to restore the Bookmobile.

  • Differentiating Between Egg Harbor’s Town and Village

    The second program in the Egg Harbor Historical Society’s free winter series will be “Stories from the Town of Egg Harbor’s Village” on Feb. 24, 2:30 pm, in the Kress Pavilion’s Great Hall.  Determining whether you mean the Town or Village of Egg Harbor has been a bit confusing over the years. The town was […]

  • Server of the Week: Miss A at Dancin’ on the Door

    Teaching on the peninsula for 25-plus years,  Andria Nikoupolis-Weliky helps students overcome their dance fears. Across many disciplines, Miss A pas de bourrées and chassés,  And gives confidence to young dancers from Egg Harbor to Sturgeon Bay. Thank you, Miss A, for keeping dance alive,  And for providing lots of joy and jive. 

  • NWTC Hosting Information Session

    Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Sturgeon Bay is hosting an information session Feb. 19, 10 am – 12 pm, at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor to share information about the programs and services it offers to community members at the campus. Call 920.746.4900 or email [email protected] to find out more.

  • Egg Harbor Historical Society to Host Stories From Carlsville, Carmody Prairie Areas

    The Egg Harbor Historical Society will host the first of its weekly winter public programs – stories from Egg Harbor’s Carlsville and Carmody Prairie areas – at the Kress Pavilion on Feb. 17, 2:30 pm. The history series will continue through February and March at 2:30 pm on Mondays.  Thomas and William Carmody made their way from […]

  • Citizens’ Climate Lobby to Hold Free Climate Advocate Training Session

    The Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL, citizensclimatelobby.org) will hold a free climate-advocate training session for county residents Feb. 29, 9 am – 12 pm, at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor.  Dan Dieterich, Wisconsin co-coordinator, will lead the session, which will include information about climate legislation and how to support it. It will also teach the […]

  • Birch Creek Receives WAB Grant

    Birch Creek has received a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board’s Creation and Presentation Program, which is supported by funds from the state of Wisconsin and the National Foundation for the Arts. The grant will provide operational and program support for the music-education programs and public concerts that, in 2020, will take Birch Creek into […]

  • Be Part of Door County Wellness Festival June 4-7

    The Door County Wellness Festival, June 4-7, will offer a diverse lineup of workshops and talks by presenters and practitioners from Door County and beyond in the areas of inspiration, nourishment and movement.  The full festival pass – available at a discount through March 15 – includes four days of programs including massage, foraging, herbal health, goal […]

  • Egg Harbor Historical Society to Host Weekly Winter Public Programs

    The Egg Harbor Historical Society will host the first of its weekly winter public programs – stories from Egg Harbor’s Carlsville and Carmody Prairie areas – at the Kress Pavilion on Feb. 17, 2:30 pm. The history series will continue through February and March at 2:30 pm on Mondays.  Thomas and William Carmody made their way from […]

  • Kim Jensen on Pink Bakery: From Sweet Treats to Creative Catering

    Egg Harbor’s Pink Bakery has established itself as a local bakery that offers not only delicious sugary treats, but also coveted catering capabilities. Owner and chef Kim Jensen finds her creative culinary outlet in the catering side of the business while lead baker and decorator Cathy Henry wows customers with custom-baked cakes and desserts. Jensen […]

  • Questions & Authors: Jānis Valks

    compiled by Jerod Santek, Artistic Director, Write On, Door County Jānis Valks is a science-fiction writer from Latvia who will spend February in residence at Write On, Door County. I talked with him about his work and his upcoming stay, which is also his first visit to the United States. He will give a presentation […]

  • The Residences at Egg Harbor

    A three-story, 27-unit condominium building known as The Residences at Egg Harbor is being proposed for the site of the current Mueller Mini Mart at 7784 Hwy 42 in downtown Egg Harbor.  The architectural style of the proposed development will reflect the past, including a reproduction of the Mueller retail shop. The Mueller family has […]

  • Door County Folk Alliance Barn Dance Feb. 15

    The Door County Folk Alliance will hold a barn dance Feb. 15, 7-9 pm, at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor. Tim Jenkins will be calling the dance. No partner or experience is needed: There are usually others looking for dance partners, so don’t hesitate to ask someone to dance; and Jenkins will teach all […]

  • Obituary: Roger Gilbert Anderson

    June 27, 1936 – Feb. 4, 2020 Roger Gilbert Anderson, 83, of the Town of Egg Harbor died peacefully at the Door County Medical Center. He was born at home in Sister Bay to Milton Matthew and Edna Beatrice Anderson. After graduating from Gibraltar High School in 1954, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Roger […]

  • Celebrate Community Concert to Feature Siegel and Jordan

    Door County Medical Center (DCMC) is proud to support the Celebrate Community concert featuring internationally recognized musicians Corky Siegel and Lynne Jordan on Feb. 14, 7-9 pm, at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor. All proceeds will benefit The Community’s Garden (TCG).  “The garden is a laboratory for learning,” said Carmen Schroeder, a DCMC registered […]