Door Community Auditorium (DCA) will again offer its Saturday morning St. Norbert College Distinguished Lecture Series this winter. The series will feature lectures about a wide variety of topics, including the relationship between humor, health, and happiness (Jan. 20), Latino/a theologies and aesthetics of justice (Jan. 27), pre-Columbian ceramics in Peru (Feb. 10), Latinos in the American electorate and beyond (Feb. 17), and Africa in international politics (March 3). Lectures begin at 10 am, and are free and open to the public. Freewill donations are encouraged.
On several Fridays in January, February and March, DCA will offer film screenings as part of its Movies at the Door series. DCA kicks off the series Jan. 19 with an encore screening of June Falling Down, a film festival favorite based in Door County that made its Door County premiere at DCA this past summer. Rounding out the series are soccer biopic Pelé: Birth of a Legend (Jan. 26), Moonlight, winner of the 2016 Academy Award for Best Picture (Feb. 16), and SEED: The Untold Story, a documentary about passionate people working to protect the world’s seed varieties (March 2). Films begin at 7 pm. All screenings are free to the public; freewill donations are encouraged.
Door Community Auditorium is located at 3926 Hwy 42 in Fish Creek. For more information visit dcauditorium.org.