• DCA Screens “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

    Ferris Bueller’s Day Off will be showing as the second film in the Souper Movies Series on Saturday, Jan. 22 at 7 pm at the Door Community Auditorium.

  • Knights of Columbus Hall Hosts Barn Dance

    A barn dance will take place on Saturday, Jan. 22 from 7 – 9:30 pm at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Sturgeon Bay. Live music will be provided by the Sugar on the Floor Barn Dance Orchestra.

  • “Feed the Fish” Comes to DVD

    Feed the Fish, the movie filmed primarily in Door County in the winter of 2009, will be available on DVD beginning Jan. 25. The film has been honored at independent film festivals around the Midwest and enjoyed limited runs at theatres throughout the country.

  • UUF of Door County Screens “The Story of Stuff”

    As a part of “Movies that Matter,” The Story of Stuff will be screened on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 4:30 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County in Ephraim.

  • Door County Sail & Power Squadron Offers Boating Classes

    The Door County Sail & Power Squadron is continuing to offer advanced boating classes to the public. “Engine Maintenance,” an eight-week course, will begin Monday, Jan. 10 at Northwest Wisconsin Technical College in Sturgeon Bay from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

  • Door County Maritime Museum Presents Winter Speakers Series

    The Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay launched its popular Winter Speakers Series on Thursday, Jan. 6 at 7 pm. A retired Coast Guard captain, Maritime Museum Executive Director Bob Desh presented the first lecture, entitled “Guardians of the Inland Sea: A Brief History of the United States Coast Guard on the Great Lakes.

  • DCA Begins Distinguished Lecture Series with Dr. Edward Risden

    The St. Norbert College Distinguished Lecture Series will begin Saturday, Jan. 15 at the Door Community Auditorium. At 9 am, Dr. Edward Risden, Professor of English at St. Norbert College, will deliver his lecture “The Emergence of the Renaissance Mind.”

  • Door Community Auditorium Kicks Off Souper Movie Series with “The Sting”

    The Sting will be presented as the first movie in the Door Community Auditorium’s new venture, the Souper Movies Series. In conjunction with a canned food drive, several classic films will be shown at the auditorium, and admission is free with a donation of canned food goods to benefit Feed My People.

  • Door County’s Base Camp Hosts “Mini Movie Night”

    Base Camp Coffee Bar is Sister Bay will host their 2nd annual “Mini Movie Night” on Friday, Jan. 28 at 7 pm. Movie submission are accepted on DVD format, inquire at Base Camp.

  • I ate for $8.88

    Fast, easy and fresh, Sub Express offers fresh subs made to order, wraps, salads, and pizza by the slice from Pizza Primo. “For under $8.88? There are, of course, the subs, as well as pizza, hot dogs and hamburgers,” said Dave Lienau, the owner of Sub Express.

  • A Cold Weather Cocktail

    The first thing you’ll want to do is preheat the glasses with hot water.

  • Couch Potato Classics

    When it comes to choosing a movie for a night curled up on the couch (preferably by the fire, mug of hot chocolate in hand, and heavily buttered popcorn nearby), there are a few qualifications that must be met.

  • Door County UUF Screens “Strangers in Good Company”

    Strangers in Good Company will be screened on Tuesday, Dec. 21 at 4:30 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (UUF) of Door County in Ephraim. The Canadian drama from 1991 tells the story of eight elderly women who have to depend on one another when their bus breaks down in the rural countryside.

  • Door Film Screens “Winnebago Man”

    The Green Door Film Society will screen Winnebago Man at the Greens N Grain Deli in Egg Harbor on Thursday, Dec. 16. The entertaining documentary explores the phenomenon of Jack Rebney, who became an Internet sensation after a video of him furiously swearing while filming a Winnebago sales video made the rounds online.

  • Door County Maritime Museum Host Santa Clause

    Santa Claus is coming back to town. The jolly gent will be making a return visit to the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay this year to gather gift requests from area children from 10 am – 1 pm on Saturday, Dec. 11.

  • Thanksgiving: Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice

    Add a little spice to your holiday meal with “Tangy Pumpkin Soup with Green Chili Swirl,” a sweet and savory soup that will make this year’s Thanksgiving feast that much more memorable.

  • The Clearing of Ellison Bay Hosts Two Holiday Open Houses

    During the Ellison Bay Arts Holiday Open House, The Clearing Folk School’s Bookstore and Gift Shop will be open with special hours Friday, Nov. 27 and Saturday, Nov. 28.

  • Deck Your Halls at Sturgeon Bay YMCA

    Baylake Bank Premier Club and the YMCA of Sturgeon Bay are sponsoring a fun and festive program entitled “Deck the Halls for Christmas with Maas Floral.”

  • Sturgeon Bay B&Bs Host Annual Christmas Walk

    Sturgeon Bay Bed & Breakfasts will be hosting the 27th Annual Christmas Walk on Sunday, Dec. 5 from 1:30 – 5 pm. Participants of the Christmas Walk will view beautiful outside holiday decorations, enjoy homemade refreshments, and browse through unique gifts.

  • The Bowling Season

    It’s an undeniable fact:  Door County winters are long, quiet, and cold. Most locals start to get busy in the spring, preparing for the summer tourist onslaught, then calm down a bit in the fall before settling in for a long winter. For some people in Door County, however, autumn leaves herald one of the […]