Habitat for Humanity’s Vintage Home and Garden Fair will feature a garden of habitats for butterflies, so premier Door County artists have created beautiful and distinctive butterfly houses. All proceeds will support Habitat for Humanity’s work to build additional decent, affordable housing in the county.
Donation bids are being accepted on Facebook (search for Vintage Home & Garden Fair – Fundraiser for DC Habitat for Humanity) and at the Habitat ReStore in Sturgeon Bay through Aug. 23. Make additional and final bids in person at the Vintage Fair on Aug. 24 starting at 9 am. The winning bidders may take their butterfly houses with them starting at 10 am on Aug. 24.
The following artists created butterfly houses: Ginnie Cappaert, Mara Manning, Ed Fenendael, Frank Villigan, Margaret Lockwood, Mary Ellen Sisulak, Jim Maronek, Rob Williams, Sheri Young, Ardus DuBois, Mary Uhl, Deb Stroh-Larson, Connie Glowacki, Chelsea Littman, Wayne Simmons, Cynthia Koshalek, Pamela Murphy, Ernest and Samantha Beutel, Jeanne Kuhns, George Burr and Keith Clayton, plus mosaics from the Evergreen Schoolhouse and Mosaic Garden.