• The Beachfront Inn, located on the waterfront in downtown Baileys Harbor, is hosting an open house on Monday, Sept. 30, from 9 am to noon for people interested in viewing the remodeling project that will be featured on Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible show later that evening. Eric Peil, the general contractor on the project, as well as others from his team, will be on hand to answer questions.
The episode highlighting the Door County property will be aired at 9 pm that night. Tammy and Terry Bork are also inviting the public to a viewing party at Max’s Supper Club at Maxwelton Braes in Baileys Harbor.
• The Door County Public Health Department has scheduled flu vaccine clinics around the county.
- • Oct. 3 at the Washington Island Community Center from 10 – 11:30 am, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
- • Oct. 4 at the Liberty Grove Town Hall from 11 am – noon
- • Oct. 8 at the Door County Senior Resource Center in Sturgeon Bay from 1 – 2 pm
- • Oct. 11 at the Baileys Harbor Town Hall from 11 am – noon
- • Oct. 17 at the Door County Government Center in Sturgeon Bay from 3 – 5 pm
The clinics listed above are for adults. Parents of children ages 6 months to 18 years old should call 920.746.2234 to schedule an appointment.
The Centers for Disease Control recommend everyone above the age of 6 months old get a flu vaccine this fall to prevent getting sick and transmitting the illness. There is a $30 fee for adults. Medicare Part B covers the cost of vaccine, but Medicare patients are asked to bring their Medicare cards to clinics. Children between 6 months and 18 years old who are eligible for BadgerCare or Medicaid, are Native American or Alaskan Native, or don’t have insurance can get free vaccines at the health department as long as supplies last.
For more information, call the Door County Public Health Department at 920.746.2234, or log on to co.door.wi.gov.
• The Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is hosting an open house on Oct. 1 from 2 to 7 pm. Stop by the Sturgeon Bay, Green Bay or Marinette campuses to tour labs and classrooms, and to meet with faculty, advisers and admission specialists.
Interested students will be able to fill out an application and take admission tests for free. Food, refreshments and other prizes will be given away to attendees. For more information, visit nwtc.edu/openhouse or call 888.385.6982.
• The Door County Visitor Bureau’s Capture Door County photo contest deadline for voting and submitting photos is Oct. 6. The top-voted photos and editors’ favorites will be included in the Capture Door County photo book, expected to be published Dec. 13, 2013.
So far more than 9,500 photos have been submitted, but only about 150 will make it in the book. To learn more, vote or submit photos, log on to CaptureDoorCounty.com.