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  • Root Beer Festival July 6

    Celebrate all things root beer when the Door County Historical Society hosts its annual Root Beer Festival July 6, 10 am – 3 pm, at the Heritage Village at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay.  Explore the history of root beer, play bottle-cap games, listen to live music, sample six varieties of root beer, and indulge […]

  • American Honey Queen Visiting Pen Park

    You can meet “nature’s royalty” when Hannah Sjostrom, the 2019 American Honey Queen (and a third-generation beekeeper), buzzes up to Door County July 10-12.  As the national spokesperson for the American Beekeeping Federation – and the 2018 Wisconsin Honey Queen – Sjostrom will highlight the economic importance of honeybees as pollinators and how we can help […]

  • Crossroads at Big Creek Family Programming

    Crossroads at Big Creek continues its family programming with The Five Senses, on July 9, 10 am, when participants will explore nature through the five senses. Meet at the Collins Learning Center. The July 10 program, Heritage Garden, welcomes guests to the 1890s-style heritage garden to observe the flowers, herbs and vegetables that Wisconsin settlers […]

  • 2019 Independence Day Celebrations

    JULY 3 Kewaunee, Lakehaven Hall 12-9 pm: Muskrat City Sportsmen will serve hamburgers, brats and hot dogs. Fried cod, walleye, perch and combo plates will be available at 4 pm. Beverages will also be available. All proceeds will go to scholarship funds and educational programs. 3-6 pm: Performance by The Notables 3-9 pm: Kids’ games, […]

  • New Events Coming to Goat Fest Saturday

    Look for new events at this year’s Roofing of the Goats celebration in Sister Bay. The day will start with the Roofing of the Goats Parade through Sister Bay at 10:30 am, after which the goats will climb to their perch on the sod roof of Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant and Butik. The parade will […]

  • A Theatre Welcome from the Washington Island School District

    by Mary King, Assistant Managing Director, TPAC; and Michelle Kanipes, Principal, Washington Island School District The fine arts are alive and well on Washington Island. The Trueblood Performing Arts Center (TPAC) shares its stage with the Washington Island Players theatre group and the Washington Island Schools. This year the school’s principal, Michelle Kanipes, wrote the […]

  • Art on the Wild Side Summer Day Camps

    The Peg Egan Performing Arts Center, Southern Door Community Auditorium and Algoma’s Perry Park will host Art on the Wild Side: free, visual- and performing-arts summer day camps for children ages six through 12 that focus on music, art and health using performance, demonstrations and other fun activities. With instruction from some of Door County’s […]