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  • Potluck, Readings Part of Poetry Month Celebration

    April is National Poetry Month and Write On, Door County offers two special events to celebrate poetry from around the world and to meet others who appreciate poetry. Both events are free and open to the public. In partnership with Door County Poet Laureate Sharon Auberle, a Poetry Potluck is planned for April 20, 6 […]

  • Manners Matter: Ex Etiquette

    Dear Mary Pat, My ex-boyfriend is married and he texts me and calls me frequently. He is the one who ended our relationship; why he can’t cut the ties with me? I really don’t want to hear about problems with his wife and I certainly don’t want to go down memory lane with him either. […]

  • Evolve Physical Therapy Offers Services in Multiple Locations

    Evolve Physical Therapy is now open in multiple locations. Evolve is a cash-based practice that uses flat-fee pricing and offers physical therapy care in a private setting. Additionally, no referral or prescription is needed, so clients may come directly to PT at their convenience. Evolve provides individual outpatient services focusing on orthopedic and musculoskeletal health issues […]

  • Political Poetry Workshop with Former Door County Poet Laureate

    Does your New Year’s resolution include devoting more time to writing? Perhaps you vowed to become more politically aware or to try something new for 2018? Write On, Door County can help you make good on your resolution with “Writing Political Poetry,” a special day-long class led by former Door County Poet Laureate Estella Lauter. […]

  • Villaggios Offers Portion of Pizza Sales to United Way

    Throughout October, Villaggios in Juddville, between Egg Harbor and Fish Creek, is partnering with United Way of Door County. With every signature pizza sold in October, $1 will be donated to United Way of Door County. The funds donated will go toward meeting United Way’s Annual Campaign need for 2017. For more information about the […]

  • Write On’s Jerod Santek and His Leap of Faith

    “In the summer of 2013 I took what many might consider a huge leap of faith,” Jerod Santek said. “And left my job as program director at one of the oldest writing organizations in the country to head this new center. It is the best thing I’ve ever done.” After 19 years working with writers […]

  • Free Essay Writing Class and Author Meet and Greet

    The writers’ residency program at Write On, Door County welcomes new authors to its Juddville property this month. Writers-in-residence this month include novelist Sarah Stonich, nonfiction writer Linda White, children’s writer Lisa Rondinelli Albert, and poet Dawn Hogue. Writers will conduct a community service program as part of their residency. “Selecting the Truth: Pulling Essays […]

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    Pen Players Celebrate In-House Joseph Jefferson Award Nominations

    Company members of Peninsula Players Theatre celebrated the announcement of Chicago’s 2017 Joseph Jefferson Award nominations with the listing of several current and past company members. The Joseph Jefferson Awards are Chicago theaters’ equivalent to Broadway’s Antoinette Perry “Tony” Awards. “The Peninsula Players extends congratulations to its past and current company members on their artistic […]

  • How Juddville Got Its Name

    If you blink while driving between Egg Harbor and Fish Creek, you could easily miss the quiet, unincorporated community of Juddville. You would not know it today but at one time it was a hardscrabble farming community of Scandinavian and Polish immigrants. Connecticut native Josiah Judd forever put his mark on the Door County landscape […]

  • Pen Players To Host Pre-Show Seminar Aug 10

    Peninsula Players Theatre, in conjunction with its production of the Tony Award-winning musical The Bridges of Madison County by Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman, will host a pre-show seminar Aug. 10, 6:30 pm, at the theater. The Bridges of Madison County first captured the nation’s attention in 1992 when Robert James Waller’s novel became […]

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    Pen Players Present “The Bridges of Madison County” July 26 – Aug. 13

    Audiences will be swept away by the life-changing, four-day love affair in the lush musical The Bridges of Madison County at Peninsula Players Theatre July 26 through Aug. 13. One of the most romantic stories ever written, The Bridges of Madison County first captured the nation’s attention in 1992 as a best-selling novel, then again […]

  • Obituary: Donald J. Copiskey

    Donald J. Copiskey, 78, of Sturgeon Bay, died July 20, 2017 at Sturgeon Bay Health Services (formerly Golden Living Center-Dorchester) in the presence of his family and caregiver. He was born Nov. 13, 1938 in Juddville, the son of Chester Edwin Copiskey and Gladys Lucille (Oberer) Copiskey. Don grew up on the family farm on […]

  • July 28-30, 2017

    Burning Cow Music Festival, Semi-Pro Football & More Weekend Plans

    The arts and entertainment in Door County continue with more offerings to the public as we wrap up July. From music festivals to new theater productions, and even a little semi-pro football, there are more than enough events to keep the whole crowd entertained. Sneak up for a getaway to enjoy the sunshine and all […]

  • Painter Susan Hale Reflects on Her Lifetime of Art

    Walking through an exhibit of Susan Hale’s artwork, an overwhelming aesthetic prevails: vivid, healthy, encouraging countryside. Hale, of Cedarburg, Wis., paints landscapes from her home in the farmlands of Wisconsin as well as scenes from the world over. Witnessed en masse, Hale’s paintings portray this rich and nourishing sentiment in bold fashion. Hale and her […]

  • Opening Reception and Ice Cream Social at Juddville Clay

    Door County artists Rebecca Carlton and Tony Staroska announce the opening reception of Memories of Door County with a summer ice cream social at Juddville Contemporary Clay Studio Gallery on July 20 from 4 – 7 pm. The breathtaking rocky shoreline of water’s edge along with the dramatic wind-worn bluffs and cliffs of Door County […]

  • Door County Kayak Tours Goes Solar

    David Rack, owner and entrepreneur of Door County Kayak Tours, announces its ethical contribution to the community by the addition of solar panel energy as its source of electricity. Rack said the system is an affordable, ongoing investment and he “urges other businesses to look into taking these steps as well.” Some of the environmental […]

  • Door County Kayak Tours Welcomes New Guide

    Door County Kayak Tours welcomes a new guide to their team, Billy (Calla Norris). Billy is an Environmental Studies student at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she now lives during the school year. She was born in New Mexico, and grew up in Hawaii and later Door County, where she continues to spend […]

  • Artists Return to Write On to Give Back to Community

      The writers’ residency program at Write On, Door County welcomes new and returning artists to its Juddville property this month. Write On welcomes back poets Athena Kildegaard, Donna Hilbert, and Diane LeBlanc, and looks forward to introducing fiction writer Jonathan Wlodarski to the beauty and inspiration of Door County. Wlodarski is a graduate student […]

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    Villaggios Now Open Every Night

    Summer will soon be here and Villaggios is now open every night at 5 pm for the season. When your travel plans include Door County, plan a night out and enjoy some of the best Italian dining you will find north of Green Bay. Chef Steven Thorp brings years of culinary experience and new dishes […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Do Not Abandon Environmental Protections

    It is shocking to think that the Environmental Protection Agency could be destroyed by being defunded. Throughout our country, every day, numerous activities for the wellbeing of us all are taking place under the umbrella of the EPA. A recent example hits close to home – the Chicago Tribune story (April 16) of a chromium […]