• Cookery Hosts Weekly Spelling Bee

    The Cookery will be hosting a weekly spelling bee again this winter. The spelling bee competitions will take place in the wine bar on Thursday evenings, Nov. 4 – Jan. 6.

  • Womens’ Suffrage Documentary Screening

    Iron Jawed Angels will be the featured film at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s Movies That Matter October 19, 7 pm.

  • Winter Wonderland Arrives at Viva la Cottage

    With a wink of her eye and a nod of her head, Angie McMahon is opening the door of Viva la Cottage for its annual Winter Wonderland event. On Saturday, October 23 the shop around the corner of Highways Q and 57 will feature a festive treat for the senses.

  • UW-Extension Offers Canning Workshop

    On November 6 from 9 am – 12:30 pm, the Door County UW-Extension will offer a hands-on education workshop for beginning or experienced home canners entitled “Pressure Canning Venison Products.”

  • Kiwanis Club Show Documentary “Colorful Mexico”

    On Friday, October 29 the Kiwanis Club will host their “Travel and Adventure Film” program at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church in Sister Bay. The event will feature Colorful Mexico, a film by Fran and Brooke Reiderlberger.

  • Folk Alliance Hosts Cy Rosenthal Memorial Barn Dance

    On Saturday, October 23 from 7 – 9:30 pm, the Door County Folk Alliance will hold the first Cy Rosenthal Memorial Barn Dance fundraiser at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Start Your Very Own ‘Dinner Night’

    The chaos of summer has passed – it’s time to exhale and call up the friends you’ve hardly had a chance to see since May. Get together, make some food, and play some games! My friends and I have designated Wednesday night as ‘Dinner Night.’

  • Master Young to Teach Tai Chi Classes October 22 – 24

    From October 22 – 24, Tai Chi Master Wasentha Young will offer a series of classes for participants of all skill levels.

  • Savory Spoon Offers Tasty Classes

    On Friday, October 8 at 6 pm, the Savory Spoon Cooking School of Ellison Bay will offer “Harvest Meals,” featuring fall flavors at their best. Using fresh vegetables from Horsley Gardens and North Bay Road Farms in Sister Bay, participants will prepare Saganaki with sauté of honey crisp on greens, leeks and potatoes, schnitzel will black olive crust, and sweet potato tart will red wine caramel.

  • Southern Door Family Center Hosts Fitness Classes

    The Family Centers of Door County is partnering with the YMCA to host fitness classes at the Southern Door Family Center located at 1400 County Road DK, Brussels.

  • Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Features Evening Tours

    For the first time in the history of Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum, visitors will have an opportunity to tour the lighthouse after sunset. Under a lantern’s glow, visitors may experience life in the lighthouse as it was between 1868 and 1926.

  • Sheri Gibbs Presents Documentary

    “Gibraltar Talks…Door County: Traditions of a Rugged Pioneer Past” will be held on Tuesday evening, October 12 at 7:30 pm at the Gibraltar Town Center behind the Fish Creek Post Office.

  • Bjorklunden Hosts Dr. Steven E. Landfried

    Internationally-known crane conservation and Door County native, Dr. Steven E. Landfried will return to Baileys Harbor from October 17 – 22 for five morning presentations at Bjِrklunden to share 25 years of fascinating crane conservation work.

  • Movie Recommendation: “How to Train Your Dragon”

    Underdogs appreciate How to Train Your Dragon, the story of an unusually scrawny Viking boy named Hiccup whose very existence is defined by being as much of a spasm as his name implies.

  • The Pub at Stone Harbor Presents 5th Annual Chili Cookoff

    On Sunday, October 10 the Pub at Stone Harbor Resort will host their 5th Annual Chili Cookoff. Anyone is welcome to enter his or her special chili recipes, approximately 1 to 2 gallons.

  • Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Adds Evening Tours

    For the first time in the history of Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum, visitors will have an opportunity to tour the lighthouse after sunset. Under a lantern’s glow, visitors may experience life in the lighthouse as it was between 1868 and 1926.

  • Crossroads Hosts “Great Fire of 1871” Presentation

    On October 9, 1871, about 2,000 people died when the forests of Northeast Wisconsin erupted into flame. Details of The Great Fire of 1871 will come to life Sunday, October 3, in a presentation by Barb Englebert-Chisholm, a fifth-generation American of Belgian decent, whose ancestors survived the disaster.

  • Sturgeon Bay “Then and Now”

    Baylake Bank Premier Club and the YMCA of Door County is sponsoring an informational slide show on Sturgeon Bay entitled, “Then & Now.” The showing will be held at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA on Wednesday, October 6 from 9:45 – 10:45 am.

  • I Ate For $8.88

    Between the signs proclaiming “County’s Best Burger” there can be found juicy pillars of carnivore perfection, as well as greasy heavy-duty two-bun affairs, and there are a few hockey pucks that look like they were rescued from a house fire.

  • Last Opportunity for Old Anderson House this Season

    The weekend of September 25 – 26 will mark the close of the Old Anderson House Museum for the season. However, the grounds of the Corner of the Past and the Sister Bay Historical Society’s popular Farm Market will remain in operation through Saturday, October 9.