Diverse Lineup of Lectures and Movies at DCA this Winter

This year, Door Community Auditorium (DCA) will present one of its most wide-ranging and exciting winter lineups to date.

“I always love putting together DCA’s winter season,” says Cari Lewis, DCA Executive Director. “I think of it as a chance to convert the auditorium into Door County’s home away from home for a few months. The auditorium is cozy and comfortable and I enjoy the sense of community that our events create – especially in the winter months.”

DCA will offer its weekly Saturday morning Distinguished Lecture Series in January and February, this year featuring lectures on high-energy physics (Jan. 9), geologic time (Jan. 23), Wisconsin trout streams (Jan. 30), aquatic ecosystems (Feb. 20), and African-American settlement in Wisconsin (Feb. 27). Lectures are free to the public; freewill donations are encouraged.

On many Fridays in January, February and March, DCA will offer film screenings as part of its Movies at the Door series. This year’s films will include Finding Vivian Maier, The Theory of Everything, Door County favorite Feed the Fish, and the entire Lord of the Rings series. Films are free to the public; freewill donations are encouraged.

Rounding out the season will be several Community Partner events put on at DCA by organizations around Door County. These events include the Door County Reads kickoff event Jan. 25 and numerous performances by Gibraltar School students during the winter and spring.

Door Community Auditorium is located on Highway 42 in Fish Creek. For more information or to reserve tickets, call 920.868.2728 or visit

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