Bluebird Box Building, Birch Creek’s History & More Weekend Plans

The Door Peninsula is known as a place that holds its nature and history in high regard, and this weekend’s events offerings are the perfect example. Head south for a night sky viewing night with members of the local astronomy club, make your way north for a hands-on bluebird nesting box workshop or sit back and relax with the Egg Harbor Historical Society and learn about the dreamers and doers behind Birch Creek Performance Center.

Friday, March 24

Loaves and Fishes

Start off your weekend with the spirit of community during this Friday’s Loaves and Fishes free community, family-style meal at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. 5:30 pm.

Saturday, March 25

A Bluebird Story

Join nature-lover Charlotte Lukes on Saturday morning to learn more about bluebirds and their remarkable comeback story before getting hands-on in helping these stunning birds with a bluebird nesting box workshop. 10 am.

Look to the Sky

Door Peninsula Astronomical Society will host its first viewing night of the spring this weekend at Crossroads at Big Creek’s astronomy campus. Viewing night begins a half hour after sunset.

Sunday, March 26

The History of Birch Creek

The Egg Harbor Historical Society relives the history of the Birch Creek Performance Center during a special program Sunday afternoon. Follow along with Wisconsin historian William Tishler as he recounts the early days of the Tishler farm (now Birch Creek) and Fran Dutton (Birch Creek founder) as she talks about the performance center’s early days. 1 pm.

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