• Jacksonport Historical Society Presentation

    On June 23, the Jacksonport Historical Society will visit with the Charles and Eliza Olson family at the Jacksonport Town Hall. The public is welcome to attend the presentation and learn more about the Olson family history in Jacksonport, dating back to 1920.

  • Sunday Sing-Alongs Begin June 20

    Ephraim’s popular Sunday Sing-Alongs are back and long-time, charismatic song leader, Don Makuen, is looking forward to starting off the season. The tradition resumes on June 20 at 7:30 pm at the Ephraim Village Hall.

  • Olde Ellison Bay Days Introduces Pie Contest

    Pies and contests are as American as, well, pie. The Ellison Bay Service Club decided it was time to hosts its first Annual Pie Baking Contest for Olde Ellison Bay Days on June 26.

  • Door County Folk Festival

    The Door County Folk Festival (DCFF) offers a variety of dance workshops beginning Wednesday, July 7 through Sunday, July 11. Each day includes classes for beginning and intermediate dancers and focuses on a range of styles and techniques, from square dancing to salsa dancing.

  • Bridge Club Begins in Door County

    The Door County Bridge Club announces the formation of a new duplicate bridge club for the Door County area. Sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League (ACBL), duplicate bridge games will be held every Tuesday at 12 pm at the Stella Maris Church, 7710 Highway 42, Egg Harbor.

  • International Yoga Instructor Teaches in Door County

    In November, Junction Center Yoga Studio will present “Freeing the Body, Freeing the Mind: Integrating Yoga Practice and Buddhist Meditation” with Michael Stone.

  • The Natural World through Music, Movement, and Science

    From Sunday June 27 to Friday July 2, Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden offers a seminar entitled “The Natural World through Music, Movement, and Science” as a part of Grandparents/Grandchild Week.

  • Canning Workshop

    “Preserving Foods Safely” is a hands-on educational workshop for beginning or experienced home canners. The program covers topics such as freezing, food dehydration, and canning, including hot water bath and pressure canning.

  • The Museums of Ephraim Open For the 2010 Season

    Visitors will have the chance to immerse themselves in Ephraim’s rich history on Friday, June 18, when the Ephraim Village Museums reopen for the summer season.

  • Corner of the Past Opens for 14th Season

    The Corner of the Past museum, operated by the Sister Bay Historical Society, will open for its 14th season on Saturday and Sunday, June 12 and 13. Docents will be available from 11 am – 3 pm every weekend through the end of June, when Friday hours will be added to the schedule.

  • The Clearing Presents Workshop Catalog

    The Clearing’s summer and fall one-, two-, and three-day Workshop Program catalog is now available. Classes include writing with Wisconsin author Jerry Apps and Wisconsin’s first poet laureate Ellen Kort.

  • Ephraim Village Museum Gets a Mascot

    Learning history will be especially entertaining for children and families at Ephraim Village Museums this season, as Bjorn, the new cartoon Draft Horse and mascot for the foundation’s children’s programming, will be a large presence – literally.

  • “Gardens and Scarecrows” Presentation

    Roy Swanson will show a slideshow presentation at Base Camp Coffee Bar on June 2 at 6:30 pm. The slide show, “Gardens and Scarecrows,” is the story of Swanson’s time spent as the coordinator of the Community Garden Program for the city of San Francisco, California.

  • Bjorklunden Offers Diverse Seminars

    Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden is offering diverse learning seminars set to take place at Bjِrklunden’s lodge, just south of Baileys Harbor. From Sunday, June 13 until Friday, June 18, “I and Thou” taught by Jay Brickman will explore the profound difference between treating another as a person or a thing by studying relationships depicted in the Bible.

  • 2nd Annual Heritage Days

    In honor and celebration of the farmers, lumbermen, and fishermen who settled their families in the Township of Gibraltar over one hundred years ago, the Town of Gibraltar and the Gibraltar Historical Association will present the second annual Heritage Days.

  • Door County Maritime Museum Features Paranormal Exhibit

    The Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay delves into the world of the paranormal with the opening of its new exhibit “Ghosts! Haunted Lighthouses of the Great Lakes.

  • UUF Shows Michael Moore Documentary

    The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Ephraim will show Capitalism: A Love Story, Michael Moore’s hard-hitting documentary on June 15 at 7 pm.

  • Treasures or Trash?

    In the spirit of the popular PBS Antiques Road Show, the Gibraltar Historical Association is inviting area residents and visitors to have local appraisers examine their “Treasures or Trash.

  • Door County Maritime Museum Resumes Tours of the John Purves

    The Door County Maritime Museum resumes tours of its popular in-water exhibit, the tug John Purves, with a daily slate of 40-minute, docent-led tours in May.

  • UUF Features “Silent Spring”

    Most agree the impetus for the environmental movement was a book written by Rachel Carson, Silent Spring, later made into a movie of the same title. Silent Spring will be shown at the UU Fellowship’s Movies That Matter monthly series May 18, 7 pm.