DCMM Announces Maritime Speaker Series

The Door County Maritime Museum (DCMM) has announced the schedule for its 2019-20 Maritime Speaker Series, presented in partnership with series sponsor Door County Medical Center. 

The series offers programs ranging from historical topics to current Great Lakes issues, held monthly on the first Thursday, October through May, 7 pm, in the Reddin Bridge Room at the DCMM in Sturgeon Bay. Admission is free with a suggested nonperishable food donation

The planned presentations are “Ghost Stories of the Great Lakes” by Dan Heibler, Oct. 3; “The 100-Year History of the Tug John Purves” by DCMM volunteers, Nov. 7; “What It Means to be a Friend of Plum and Pilot Island” by Paul Kuenn, Dec. 5; “The ABCs of ABS and the Winter Fleet” by Dan LeMere, Jan. 9; “The Ledge, the Lake and the Limestone” by Don Mikulic, Feb. 6; “Built for Battle: Sturgeon Bay and WWII” by DCMM curator Rhys Kuzdas, March 5; “Myths and Mysteries: Legends and Lore of our Great Lakes” by Dan Heibler, April 2; and “WWII and the Great Lakes” by Wes Oleszewski, May 7.


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