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  • Learn to Swing Dance!

    Learn the basics of East Coast swing dance during an East Coast swing-dance workshop Oct. 9, 7-9 pm, at Andria’s Dancin’ on the Door School of Dance, 4614 Harbor School Road in Egg Harbor. No previous dance training is needed.  This dance is easy to learn and fun to use for a variety of musical […]

  • “History of Whitetails Unlimited” at Crossroads

    The Door County Historical Society (DCHS) will host – and Russ Austad will present – the yesteryear program “The History of Whitetails Unlimited” on Oct. 5, 1 pm, in the Collins Learning Center at Crossroads at Big Creek.  Austad will discuss Whitetails Unlimited’s mission, initiatives and projects and chronicle its rise from humble beginnings to the […]

  • DCMM Announces Maritime Speaker Series

    The Door County Maritime Museum (DCMM) has announced the schedule for its 2019-20 Maritime Speaker Series, presented in partnership with series sponsor Door County Medical Center.  The series offers programs ranging from historical topics to current Great Lakes issues, held monthly on the first Thursday, October through May, 7 pm, in the Reddin Bridge Room […]

  • Big Mouth and The Power Tool Horns Ready to Rock DCA

    Big Mouth and The Power Tool Horns will take their wide-ranging, high-energy music to the Door Community Auditorium (DCA) on Oct. 5, 7 pm, as part of the auditorium’s fall Blues, Roots and American Stories series. Almost 40 years after guitarist Jay Whitney founded the band in Michigan, Big Mouth is still going strong and […]

  • Miller and Fernandez Impress DCA Audience

    Bill Miller and Wade Fernandez – two internationally known leaders in the world of contemporary Native Americana music – performed at Door Community Auditorium Sept. 28. The performance by these two Wisconsin musical legends – which also included dance – in a one-of-a-kind double bill was part of the auditorium’s fall Blues, Roots, and American Stories series. […]

  • Junction Center’s Restorative Yoga Promotes Living with Grace

    As Junction Center Yoga Studio in Jacksonport approaches nearly 20 years of helping attendees with their practice, the restorative yoga classes have struck a chord, particularly with older practitioners who use it to improve their daily movement and well-being. Offered twice a week, the gentle yoga classes have grown in popularity and benefited many dedicated […]

  • Former PMF Music Director Wields Baton for New Green Bay Orchestra

    Victor Yampolsky was pleased by the “out of the blue” invitation that put him on the podium conducting the inaugural performance of the newly formed Weidner Philharmonic at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on Sept. 28 at 7:30 pm. This new orchestra makes its home in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the […]

  • TAP’s ‘Tomfoolery’: Witty, Wicked, Thought-Provoking

    For better or worse, I usually understand the (ahem) “older” cultural references when I’m among my colleagues, but when I attended Third Avenue Playhouse’s (TAP) musical revue Tomfoolery, I was, unusually, partaking of some references that were before my time. Audience members were asked at the beginning to raise a hand if they were not […]

  • This Weekend in Door County: A Speakeasy, AutumnFest & Oktoberfest

    AutumnFest in Baileys Harbor Baileys Harbor’s AutumnFest welcomes the start of fall this weekend with a variety of fun events that seek to offer something for everyone. From a speakeasy casino party to a classic car show, farmers’ market and 5K running event, partake in one activity or do them all for a fun-filled weekend […]

  • Northern Sky Adds ‘Dad’s Season Tickets’ Performances

    Because of the overwhelming popularity of its new musical comedy, Dad’s Season Tickets, Northern Sky Theater is adding three matinee performances at its new Gould Theater, 9058 Cty A in Fish Creek, on Oct. 11 and 25 at 10 am, and Oct. 16 at 1 pm. The public is invited to join local high school […]

  • Rogue Adds Three ‘Odd Couple’ Performances Oct. 11-13

    Following the tremendous success of Rogue Theater’s The Odd Couple – The Female Version several weeks ago, the theater company is bringing it back to the stage for three more shows Oct. 11-13. To learn more and reserve tickets, call 920.818.0816 or visit facebook.com/roguetheater. Rogue Theater also continues to make a commitment to the community […]

  • Learn to Tap Dance

    Learn the fundamental steps and techniques of tap dancing at Andria’s Dancin’ on the Door during an eight-week series of classes designed for beginning tap students or those looking to refresh their skills. No previous dance training is required. This fun dance style is easy to learn and a great way to exercise the body […]

  • Don’t Miss Speakeasy Casino Night at Maxwelton Braes

    Maxwelton Braes, Thyme Cuisine and the Ellie Helm Foundation will host the second annual Speakeasy Casino Night – casino events, blackjack, craps, poker and roulette for a good cause – on Sept. 27 in the lodge hall.  For one night, Maxwelton Braes will be transformed into a 1920s speakeasy casino: Table-side servers will wear dress of the […]

  • Fall Colors and Space Exploration at Crossroads

    Crossroads at Big Creek is focusing on water, fall colors and outer space!  On Sept. 27, 3:30 pm, attend a showing of “Water 101,” the lecture that Professor Gregory Kleinheinz presented during the 2019 Water Summit to provide an overview of the region’s water issues.  On Sept. 28, 4 pm, meet at the Collins Learning […]

  • Aldrich to Teach Qigong at ADRC

    The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Door County, 916 N. 14th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, is hosting a five-week series of qigong classes on Tuesdays, Oct. 1-29, at 10 am. Instructor Jen Aldrich will teach this mind-body-spirit practice that can improve mental and physical health through improved overall wellness and stress relief.  The […]

  • Experience Chanting HU

    Experience chanting HU (a sacred sound and ancient mantra), contemplative time and spiritual conversation with others of like heart on Sept. 28, 2-3 pm, at the Sturgeon Bay Library. Discover for yourself how the sound of HU can bring a higher form of creativity, inner peace, spiritual self-discovery and growth, and healing of the body, […]

  • Upstate Serves Up Americana Harmonies

    Upstate – a New York State-based Americana ensemble led by vocalists Melanie Glenn, Mary Kennedy and Allison Olender – will bring sensational voices and songs to Door County Brewing Co. Taproom & Music Hall on Sept. 28, 7 pm. Upstate applies luscious, three-part harmonies to an appetizing party mix of folk, rock, swing, jazz, R&B and […]

  • This Weekend in Door County: Harvest Festivals and Very Stinky Cheese

    Harvest Fest in Sturgeon Bay Usher in the spirit of autumn with a bountiful day on Third Avenue. Features include a classic car show, craft show, food booths, in-store specials, children’s activities, and live entertainment. Visit here for the full schedule. Chalk the Bay will take place during the festival as well. Three professional chalk […]

  • Making the World a Better Place

    Shemekia Copeland’s son changed the direction of her music Shemekia Copeland – who will bring her band to the Door Community Auditorium Sept. 21 – joked that she became a beauty pageant contestant upon the birth of her son two and a half years ago. “I was 38 years old when I had him. You […]

  • Swingin’ Door Big Band Debuts!

    The Swingin’ Door Big Band – part of the Peninsula Symphonic Band program – will debut Oct. 24 at Maxwelton Braes in Baileys Harbor. During the ’90s, the Peninsula Jazz Band performed for various functions, and now that music has returned. “It is extremely exciting to work with this group of exceptional musicians in recreating that unique […]