Door County entertainment news from the staff of the Peninsula Pulse and Door County Living. Find the latest details on concerts, performing arts, theater, and much more from the Door County scene.

  • Celtic Fiddler at Base Camp

    Come enjoy an evening of acoustic Celtic fiddle music live at Base Camp Coffee Bar in Sister Bay. Talented young fiddle artist Jake Kahr will share his passion from 6 – 8 pm on Friday, June 6.

  • Steely Resolve

    Historic preservation isn’t often associated with live music, taverns, or festivals, but the arduous struggle to preserve the historic symbol of the city has given birth to an annual, thriving songwriting festival and a fermenting music scene.

  • Rock Island Rendezvous

    Girls night out takes on a new twist! Ladies unite and join the certified Team Leadership Center paddling team for four days and three nights of rustic camping and spectacular sea kayaking at Rock Island State Park.

  • 3rd Annual Parade of Ponds

    Door County will be alive with visitors streaming into the well-manicured yards of homeowners throughout the county as Waterscape Designs of Forestville presents the 3rd annual Parade of Ponds on June 28.

  • Prepare to Be Blown Away

    The Door County Maritime Museum’s staff and volunteers are finalizing the new exhibit “Freshwater Fury” which tells the amazing tale of the greatest storm ever recorded on the Great Lakes.

  • Winery Tour Premiers June 9

    Rosy reds, blushing pinks, sparkling whites…Door County’s grape harvest provides a bounty of tantalizing wines. What better way to visit a selection of the peninsula’s finest wineries than aboard one of Door County’s signature red trolleys.

  • Upcoming Seminars

    Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden is offering three seminars June 15 – 20 at their magnificent lodge.

  • 2008 Bjِrklunden Seminar Series Offers Life-Long Learning Opportunities

    Actor/director Campbell Scott and Grammy-winning lyric baritone Dale Duesing headline the list of featured instructors for the 2008 Bjِrklunden summer seminar series sponsored by Lawrence University.

  • Base Camp Presents Bolivia & Peru Travelogue

    World travelers Keith and Ursula Leedy return to Base Camp Coffee Bar on Friday, June 13 to present their travelogue “Bolivia and Peru, Civilizations at the Top of the World.

  • Love of Bluegrass Shines with Bent Grass

    What do you get when you combine a carpenter, a medical salesman, a business owner and a water department employee? If the guys in question are Mark Wellens, Dave Sladek, Joe Hannon and Mike Strenski, then you’ve got yourself one heckuva bluegrass band! Bent Grass brings traditional and original bluegrass and gospel to Third Avenue Playhouse for one performance on Saturday, May 17 at 7:30 pm.

  • LMO Celebrates Seven Years

    Little Marsh Overflow (LMO) returns to Door County on Saturday, May 24 at the Hitching Post in Valmy and Sunday, May 25 at the Mink River Basin in Ellison Bay for their Seventh Anniversary Party, an event that has become a Northern Door Memorial Day Weekend tradition.

  • “…Let Music Live!”

    New Artistic Director, Merle Colburn has fashioned for the Peninsula Chamber Singers (PCS) one of the most exciting choral concerts in recent memory.

  • American Folklore Theatre Announces “Raise the Curtain” Kick-Off Party

    Join American Folklore Theatre (AFT) as it kicks off another great season of original shows at its fifth annual “Raise the Curtain” kick-off party, set for Sunday, May 25 at the Alpine Resort in Egg Harbor.

  • Music of Northern Europe Featured at Emerson Event

    Two Door County favorites will team up for a musical performance of Northern Delights featuring art and folk songs from Scandinavia and the British Isles on May 27 at 7:30 pm for the last performance in this year’s Emerson Cultural Series.

  • Class Openings at The Clearing

    The Clearing Folk School in Ellison Bay has openings for both resident and commuter students in spring, summer and fall week-long classes. May and June classes that are still open include: • The Process of Writing: May 18 – 24 with instructor Chris Swanberg.

  • Sib Camp 2008

    The Team Leadership Center is partnering with the Fox Valley Sibling Support Network to bring people Sib Camp 2008, June 27 – 29. Sib Camp is offered to any child age 8 – 12 who has a sibling with special needs.

  • Early Farmer’s Market and Plant Sale at the Settlement

    The Settlement Shops will host its annual Plant Sale and Early Farmer’s Market on Saturday, May 24 from 10 am – 2 pm. Along the meandering path guests will find lots of blooming potted annuals, perennials, vegetable plants (many certified organic), herbs, fresh salad greens and maybe even asparagus (if Mother Nature cooperates!) all for sale from local growers.

  • Sturgeon Bay Hosts 10th Annual Sturgeon Bay Fine Art Fair

    Masterpieces, music and murals will be the order of the day as the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center (SBVC) presents the 10th annual Fine Art Fair, May 24 and 25 from 10 am – 4 pm each day at Sunset Park, located at the corner of Third Avenue and Florida Street.

  • Savory Spoon Cooking School Opens for Season

    The Savory Spoon Cooking School is celebrating its fifth season and will open June 19 with one of Door County’s favorite chefs. At 6 pm, Mike Mead, chef and owner of the Shoreline Restaurant in Gills Rock, will share his passion for delicious salmon dishes, featuring grilled salmon with maple glaze or with Jamaican salsa.

  • Public Boating Seminars

    The Door County Sail and Power Squadron (DCS&PS) has a membership of about 80 boating enthusiasts dedicated to “Safe Boating through Education.” Your local squadron is one of 450 throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands where the total members number near 50,000.