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  • Classes at Bjorklunden

    From Aug. 15 – 20 Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden in Baileys Harbor is offering the following seminars: “The United States and the Cold War, 1957-72,” “Prize-winning French Films: Envelope, Please!” and “Beauty Will Save the World: Dostoevsky’s ‘The Idiot.'”

  • Kid Can Cook

    School is in session this summer at the Savory Spoon Cooking School in Ellison Bay as popular guest instructor Amy Rebhan will be teaching two “Kids Can Cook” classes on Monday, July 26 and Tuesday, July 27.

  • UUF Presents “Movies that Matter”

    A free screening of The End of Poverty will be shown at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Ephraim on July 20 at 7 pm as part of their monthly Movies That Matter series.

  • Jacksonport Historical Society’s Annual Dinner Meeting

    On Wednesday, July 28, the Jacksonport Historical Society’s Annual Dinner Meeting will feature Leslie Bellais, Curator of Costume & Textiles at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

  • Classes at Bjorklunden

    From August 8 – 13, Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden in Baileys Harbor is offer offering two seminars: “Reading the Ridges: Lorine Niedecker and the Natural Worlds of Wisconsin” and “Angels, Bird-Droppings & Fish Liver: The Book of Tobit.

  • Door County Historical Museum Celebrates CHERRIES!

    The Door County Historical Museum is hosting an all day celebration on July 24 in recognition of “CHERRIES!” In the past, Door County would begin each year with a Cherry Pie baking contest during the winter months.

  • Mojo’s Dark and Stormy

    The perfect summer cocktail can be hard to find. It needs to be flexible. One must be able to combine the cocktail with any appetizer, mood swing, or weather condition.

  • Explore the Haunted Lighthouses of the Great Lakes

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

  • Door County Folk Festival

    The 31st Annual Door County Folk Festival will takes place July 7 – 11. More than 60 different events are scheduled for the five-day weekend, including dance, music, and singing workshops as well as dance parties, dance demonstrations, and children’s activities.

  • Classes at Bjorklunden

    From August 1 – 7, Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden in Baileys Harbor is offering two seminars: “The Comic Genius of Aristophanes” and “Creating Better Photographs with Your Digital Camera.

  • Door County Antiques Show

    The Sister Bay Lions Club presents the 36th Door County Antiques Show Thursday through Saturday, July 22 – 24, at the Gibraltar High School in Fish Creek.

  • Annual Hymn Sing at Zion United

    Zion United Methodist Church will hold the first of its two annual hymn sings at 6:30 pm on Sunday, July 11. The event, which has attracted participants from over a dozen different religious dominations, features old-time hymns selected by the audience.

  • Savory Spoon Offers Tasty Events

    The Savory Spoon Cooking School in Ellison Bay will present the first “Small Bites” event on Tuesday, July 6 at 6 pm. The event will feature several small plates inspired by the seasonal garden and include a glass of wine paired with the menu.

  • Haunted Pub Crawl

    The Door County Trolley and Carrington Pub & Grill are pleased to offer a Haunted Pub Crawl. This haunted tavern tour will place visitors close to the “spirits” of Door County as they enjoy the tales of the peninsula’s haunted pubs and taverns.

  • Summertime Restaurant Celebrates 100 Years

    To mark the 100th birthday of the Summertime Restaurant, a Fish Creek landmark, the Gibraltar Historical Association is hosting “Gibraltar Talks… Summertime’s History 100 Years,” on Thursday, July 8.

  • “History Speaks” in Ephraim

    The Ephraim Historical Foundation’s “History Speaks” lectures will take place Tuesdays, July 6 – July 27 at 7:30 pm at Ephraim Village Hall.

  • Door County Folk Festival

    The 2010 Door County Folk Festival begins Wednesday, July 7 and continues through Sunday, July 11. The 31st annual event continues a tradition of enjoyable weekends where participants may dance (as late into the night as they wish), sing, learn, eat, party, and make new friends in a relaxed, community atmosphere.

  • Classes at Bjorklunden

    From July 25 through July 30 Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden in Baileys Harbor is offering three seminars: “The United States and the Greatest Generation, 1929-1945,” “Early Renaissance Art in Florence,” and “Basic Crossword Puzzle Construction.

  • Door County Connections Abroad

    This fall, Brian and Jeanee Linden of Ellison Bay are offering two theme tours at their centre in China, the Linden Centre.

  • Cheese Lover’s Delight

    It might be stating the obvious to say that here in Wisconsin we love cheese.