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.

  • New Travelogue Film Season Kicks Off with Passport Fair in Sister Bay

    The Kiwanis Club of Northern Door will host its first Travelogue program of the 2008-2009 season on Friday, September 26 at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church of Sister Bay.

  • Door County’s Sturgeon Bay Hosts annual Harvest Festival

    The Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center will be hosting their annual citywide Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 20 beginning at 9 am. Downtown Third Avenue will be closed to traffic between Jefferson Street and Nebraska Street to celebrate the beginning of the autumn season.

  • Fish Creek Fall Fest and Inside/Outside Sale Activities

    As summer comes to a close, Fish Creek is gearing up for a fall celebration. The annual Fell Fest and Inside/Outside Sale, the weekend of September 26, 27 and 28, will showcase autumn decorations downtown, free trolley rides, free wine tasting, live music, fall activities at individual businesses and end-of-season savings at shops throughout town.

  • Door County Rubber Stamp & Scrapbook Hosts Weekend Event

    From September 26 – 28, Door County Rubber Stamp & Scrapbook will host a weekend of stamping, scrapping, classes and workshops. Meet crafters from near and far, share new ideas and learn from established artists.

  • Sister Bay Museum Closing for Season

    Sunday, September 28 will mark the end of the 2008 season for the “Corner of the Past’s” Old Anderson House museum facility. The old Sister Bay homestead will be open to the public over the next two weekends, with docents on hand to provide insights to the home life of a typical 19th century Northern Door farm family.

  • Warm up This Winter in Baileys Harbor

    From Sunday, October 12 until Friday, October 17, internationally trained knitter Liz Pfeifer hosts “Winter Warmers! Knitting Hats and Scarves” at the Bjorklunden lodge, just south of Baileys Harbor.

  • Han Christian’s New Studio 330 in Sturgeon Bay

    Only a musician could call Han Christian’s life typical: growing up in Germany, relocating to Hollywood, then San Francisco, appearing on the popular television show Solid Gold, working with Robbie Robinson and Billy Idol.

  • So Long to a Door County Summer

    I sat at my desk feeling a strange mixture of joy and sadness. As I examined the single sheet of notebook paper in my hands, I realized that I was holding my summer.

  • Door County’s Fish Creek hosts the Final Fishstock

    It was 9 pm on a Sunday night. A couple of my roommates and I were hanging out in the common room, when suddenly one of them blurted out, “Do you guys want to check out some live music?” The music junkie and entertainment writer in me looked over interested as I asked, “Live music?” “Yeah, it’s called Fishstock,” he replied.

  • Kuhns and Hagen Head Exciting Musical Lineup

    Third Avenue Playhouse kicks off its fall season with an exciting new musical collaboration on Saturday, September 13. Singer/songwriters Jeanne Kuhns and Julian Hagen are joined by musicians Hans Christian, Lynn Gudmundsen, and George Sawyn for one performance at 7:30 pm.

  • “Sherlock Holmes” Comes to Peninsula Players Stage

    Peninsula Players Theatre, America’s oldest professional resident summer theater, opens Steven Dietz’s Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, based on the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Arthur Conan Doyle.

  • The “Art of Music” Presents Adam Mackintosh and Anna Sacks

    On Friday, September 5, at 7:30 pm, the Door County Outpost gallery and cafe will feature singer/songwriters Adam Mackintosh and Anna Sacks. Adam Mackintosh is a unique songwriter.

  • For Your Information

    National touring Atlanta, GA band Outformation will help Mark McClellan and Amy Lucket celebrate three years owning the Hitching Post tavern in Valmy Sept.

  • Second Annual Jazz on Jefferson September 6

    Sturgeon Bay’s Jefferson Street businesses will be hosting their second annual Jazz on Jefferson event Saturday, September 6, from 1 – 8 pm. The jazz will be flowing into the evening with live music by last year’s favorites Janet Macklin along with Woody Mankowski and The Martinis.

  • Town of Gibraltar Sesquicentennial Celebration Continues with Hartland Community Band

    Officially established in 1858, the Township of Gibraltar is celebrating its Sesquicentennial this year with a host of activities highlighting a legacy of hard-work, determination, perseverance, and fortitude that continues today.

  • Up Next at DCA

    The Door Community Auditorium has a full slate of entertainment throughout September. The Marshall Tucker Band, Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys, as well as 3 Redneck Tenors, will take the stage in the upcoming weeks.

  • AFT Culminates New Musical Workshop with Gala

    On Friday, July 25, AFT fans and supporters gathered at Cyndy Stiehl’s home in Ephraim for a gala entitled “A Cheesy Affair,” which featured a reading of Cheeseheads: The Musical, the newest dramatic effort by blockbuster writing duo Dave Hudson and Paul Libman.

  • Silent Sports Alliance Sponsors Bridge to Bridge Fun Run/Walk

    Door County Silent Sports Alliance (DCSSA), in conjunction with the City of Sturgeon Bay, is sponsoring a 3K Bridge to Bridge Fun Run/Walk on Sunday, September 21 at noon.

  • Second Annual Ephraim Saturday Stroll

    September 13 marks the Second Annual Saturday Stroll promotional event in historic Ephraim, Wisconsin. The day is a village-wide celebration of music, special sales, food and other promotions from various businesses throughout one of Door County’s most scenic villages.

  • Nature and Music Focus of Seminars at Bjِrklunden

    From Sunday, September 14, until Friday, September 19, Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden is offering two seminars: “Mushrooms, Ferns, Lichens, and Mosses: The World of Non-flowering Plants” with Roy and Charlotte Lukes, and “Superconductors: the ‘Beat’ Generations” with James Grine.