• Framed: Tiny Dancers

    (From left) Lilah Bonovich and Maisie Kelnhofer are all smiles after their performance during Dancin’ on the Door’s May 19 recital. Submitted.

  • Framed: Gibraltar Writing Club

    On May 13, Alissa Ehmke (left), assistant editor of the Peninsula Pulse, spent time with the Write On, Door County and Friends of Gibraltar Grade 5 Creative Writing Club. The students heard a little about what goes on at the Pulse and then worked on a small assignment. The students selected their own writing topics, […]

  • Framed: Peninsula Players Work Day

    Steve Graf works at Peninsula Players Theatre’s annual spring-cleaning day, when volunteers – nearly 100 this year – cleaned the actors’ lodging and spruced up the grounds in preparation for the 2019 season. Photo by Brian Kelsey.

  • Framed: Man on the Street

    Andrew Kleidon-Linstrom, Door County’s own “Man on the Street,” glides through the finish line at the Door County Half Marathon on May 4 with grace and style. Photo by Len Villano.

  • Framed: Compost Monster

    Anne Egan, chair of Celebrate Water Door County, meets the Compost Monster during the Every Day Is Earth Day Festival on April 27. Photo by Grace Johnson.

  • Framed: Gibraltar Elementary Field Trip

    Nearly 40 Gibraltar fourth-graders, parents and teachers took a field trip to Madison on April 17 to visit the State Capitol. They toured the rotunda and the chambers of the Supreme Court, Assembly and Senate. This was the first group of 2019 to be able to access the observation deck. Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin […]

  • Framed: Play Ball!

    Karley Schram of Sevastopol goes to bat against Gibraltar during the April 4 softball game at Gibraltar Schools. The Pioneers beat the Vikings 7-6. Photo by Grace Johnson.

  • Tim Boyle, Lions Club Packer Night

    Framed: Lions Club Packer Night

    The Sister Bay Lions Club held its 39th annual Packer Night for community youth on March 27. New this year were kids’ requests for the special guest – Tim Boyle, #8 quarterback – to autograph their foreheads. Submitted by Lion Tom Sadler.

  • Photo by Grace Johnson

    Framed: A Life in the Theatre

    (Left to right) Doug Mancheski and Brandon Bogenschutz chat with the audience after their reading of A Life in the Theatre by David Mamet on Feb. 22. The reading was part of the Third Avenue Playhouse Winter Play Reading Series. Photo by Grace Johnson.

  • Framed: Lions Club at the Bowl-a-Thon

    The Sturgeon Bay Lions Club was the highest team fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity’s seventh annual Bowl-a-Thon on Feb. 9. With help from corporate sponsors, bowlers raising pledges, raffle-ticket sales and silent-auction bidding, Habitat received about $10,000. Submitted.

  • Framed: Open House at Bird Sanctuary

    A family looks at the birds in the mews at Open Door Bird Sanctuary during its first winter open house on Feb. 2. If you’d like to get a glimpse of the Open Door Bird Sanctuary’s owls, attend its meet-and-greet during Owl-O-Rama at The Ridges Sanctuary on March 2. Photo by Len Villano.

  • Cave Point, Snow Day, Door County, Door County winter

    Framed: Cave Point Adventure

    On Tuesday, Jan. 29, Sevastopol School was closed for another day, so Ben and Silas Martin, along with their dad, headed to Cave Point to see the effect of Monday’s storm. Photo by Russell Martin.

  • Jacksonport Polar Bear Plunge, Jarosh Family, Jarosh, Jacksonport, family photo

    Framed: Before the Plunge

    The Jarosh family enjoys the beach before the Jacksonport Polar Bear Club’s New Year’s Day swim. Submitted.

  • Framed: Making Gingerbread Houses

    Maggie, Amy and Char Sullivan, of Sturgeon Bay, decorate gingerbread houses during a United Way of Door County fundraiser on Nov. 30 at Hope Church in Sturgeon Bay. Photo by Len Villano.

  • Framed: Pulse Goes to Lambeau

    Jackson Parr, Alyssa Skiba and Ryan Miller were all smiles at the Packers-Falcons game Dec. 9. Photo by Stephanie LaHaye.

  • Framed: Christmas in the Village

    A horse-drawn carriage takes people on a ride through Ephraim during the Christmas in the Village celebration on Dec. 1. Photo by Tad Dukehart.

  • Framed: Third Avenue Santa

    A sister and brother wave to Santa as he rolls down Third Avenue during Sturgeon Bay’s Christmas by the Bay parade. Photo by Dana Brown.

  • Framed: The Roast of Andy Coulson

    Dan Luedcke (left) and Jerry Zaug won awards for worst and best dressed at the 1970s-themed local celebrity roast of Andy Coulson Nov. 16. The event held at the Fernwood Gardens Ballroom at Mr. G’s “honored” Coulson, the longtime owner of the White Gull Inn. Photo by Myles Dannhausen Jr.

  • Framed: Habitat for Humanity Volunteers

    Jonathan and Patti, Habitat for Humanity volunteers, mix fruit, raisins and nuts into the fruitcake batter. More than 700 fruitcakes were recently baked by a group of volunteers to benefit the nonprofit. Fruitcakes are now on sale at Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore and in locations throughout Door County. Submitted.

  • Framed: Door County Turkey Trot

    The Jarosh kids get a hug from a gobbler at the 2018 Door County Turkey Trot held Nov. 3 at the Sevastopol Town Park. Photo submitted by Natalie Jarosh.