• Door County UUF Screens “Waiting for ‘Superman'”

    A groundbreaking documentary that provides an engaging and inspiring look at public education in the United States and has helped launch a movement to achieve a real and lasting change will be screened at the UU Fellowship on October 18 at 4:30 pm.

  • Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Features Evening Tours

    In the glow of lantern light, visitors will have an opportunity to tour the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse after sunset this fall. Guests to the lighthouse will step back in time, sharing in the adventures of the second keeper, William Duclon, who manned the lighthouse from 1883 – 1918.

  • Inn at Kristofer’s Hosts “Autumn Harvest”

    The public is welcome to join Chef Terri Milligan on October 21 for an evening of memorable food and wine at The Inn at Kristofer’s “Autumn Harvest” gourmet wine dinner and cooking class.

  • Kiwanis Club Screens “The Great Rocky Mountain RV Adventure”

    October 21, the Kiwanis Club of Northern Door will present the second program of their “Travel and Adventure Film Season.” The event will be presented by internationally-recognized travel lecturer and cinematographer, John Holod, who will share the adventure of a lifetime with The Great Rocky Mountain RV Adventure – Part 2.

  • Door County Folk Alliance Hosts Barn Dance

    On October 22, the Door County Folk Alliance (DCFA) will host an old-fashioned barn dance from 7 – 9:30 pm. Although the dance will not be held in a barn, but rather in the Knights of Columbus Hall on Tacoma Beach Road near the intersection of County Road U and Highway 42/57 in Sturgeon Bay, the music and dances will be based on traditional barn, or contra, dances.

  • Breakdown of a Bloody Mary

    Well known as a hangover cure, a spicy treat on a brisk day and a perfect brunch companion, the Bloody Mary may well be the queen of cocktails. During Sister Bay’s Fall Festival, many people begin their day of revelry with a Bloody Mary.

  • Door County’s Crossroads Presents Dramatization of Great Peshtigo Fire

    It is no coincidence that Fire Prevention Week begins on October 9, the anniversary of the second day of both the Great Peshtigo Fire and the Great Chicago Fire.

  • Gibraltar Talks Presents “The Caves of the Door Peninsula”

    October 13 Gibraltar Talks will present “The Caves of the Door Peninsula,” featuring two lifelong cavers – Bob and Dave Bultman. Their PowerPoint slideshow will highlight the geology of the rock beneath Door County, discuss cave formations and the county’s drinking water.

  • Beyond Oktoberfest

    As the leaves turn colors, so does the beer trend. People’s palate shifts from light beers with hints of citrus and anything sparkling to darker brews.

  • Ephraim Village Museums Conclude Fall Hours October 8

    October 8 will mark the conclusion of the fall museum hours for the Ephraim Village Museums, historic walking tours and tram tours. The museum buildings will close for the winter and re-open for Fyr Bal weekend on June 15, 2012.

  • Landmark Resort of Door County Hosts Scrapbook Spectacular

    The Landmark Resort has planned seven monthly Scrapbook Spectacular events for the coming months. They are scheduled for the first weekend of the month from November through May (with an exception in April, which will take place April 13 – 15).

  • Just Desserts

    On a rainy day, a few Pulse employees meet at the Mission Grille in Sister Bay, a warm, welcoming restaurant with dim lights, jazzy tunes sounding from hidden speakers, and a menu of fabulous, fun cocktails and martinis, as well as tempting, homemade desserts.

  • Door County’s Savory Spoon Hosts Cheesemaker Nights

    Cheese lovers are invited to gather for a special week of spectacular cheese tastings at the Savory Spoon in Ellison Bay. Two of Wisconsin finest artisan cheesemakers will present at the school.

  • Bjorkluden Hosts Trojan War Seminar

    From October 16 to 21, Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden is offering the seminar “The Trojan War” with Daniel J. Taylor. This seminar will take place at Bjِrklunden’s lodge, just south of Baileys Harbor.

  • Door County Museum Features “Norwegian Heritage Day”

    On September 24 the Door County Historical Museum in Sturgeon Bay will host “Norwegian Heritage Day” from 10 am – 3 pm. Members of the Sons of Norway, dressed in their bunads, will be on hand to share many Norwegian customs.

  • Sweet and Dry

    Sally likes sweet. Nik likes dry. Peter Sorbitz points to recommendations on a handout listing Simon Creek’s various wine selections. The Untouchable Red, their most popular wine, is a medium dry ruby cabernet – an in-between.

  • Jacksonport Historical Society Presents Scharrig Family

    The Jacksonport Historical Society will host a program with the Kurt Scharrig family on September 24 at 7 pm at Jacksonport Town Hall on County V in Jacksonport.

  • “Adventures in a Chinese Kitchen”

    From February 29 – March 12, 2012 Ellison Bay’s own Janice Thomas, head chef of the Savory Spoon Cooking School, along with Jeanee and Brian Linden, owners of both Ellison Bay’s Linden Gallery and the Linden Centre in Xizhou, China, will host participants in “Adventures in a Chinese Kitchen.”

  • Ephraim Museum Begins Fall Hours

    The Ephraim Village Museums have begun their fall hours. Four of the five museum buildings will be open Friday and Saturday from 11 am – 4 pm through October 8.

  • Door County Maritime Museum Hosts Fish Boil

    The Door County Maritime Museum in conjunction with J&M Fisheries will be hosting a fish boil with an open house at the museum’s Gills Rock facility on September 18.