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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.

  • Sturgeon Bay’s “Fire & Ice” Weekend Heats Up February

    Sturgeon Bay hosts a “Fire & Ice” weekend of fun, February 15 – 17, 2008. The nights will be filled with musical entertainment, performances and a Saturday night dinner dance; the days will be filled with cool activities featuring a city-wide ice carving competition by local artists, free trolley rides, as well as museums and galleries hosting exhibits to entertain young and old.

  • Door County Idol Competition Approaches

    With a resounding drum roll, six of Door County’s most talented young singers will step onto the Door Community Auditorium stage to compete for the title “4th Door County Idol” on Saturday, February 9, at 7 pm.

  • Wining and Dining Gourmet Dinner and Cooking Class At Kristofer’s

    Chef Terri Milligan has announced a special cooking class and wine dinner event slated for Friday, Feb. 29 at her restaurant, The Inn at Kristofer’s. The Pacific Northwest Wining and Dining Gourmet Dinner and Cooking Class will focus on the foods and wines of Oregon, California, and Alaska.

  • Kiwanis Travelogue Program

    Friday evening, Feb. 22, the Kiwanis Club of Northern Door will present its fourth program in the Travel and Adventure film series at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church of Sister Bay.

  • Fish, Fun and Festivities Await at Death’s Door

    On Saturday, February 16, from 4:30 pm until bar close, in conjunction with Washington Island’s Annual Ice Fishing Derby, Death’s Door Spirits will be hosting a party at The Granary Bar and KK Fiske Restaurant in celebration of the release of their new whisky.

  • St. Luke’s Hosts Lenten Lecture Series

    St. Luke’s Episcopal Church celebrates Lent with a special “Perspectives on Holiness” lecture series every Sunday evening during lent from 7 – 8 pm. Light refreshments and discussion will follow each lecture, which are free and open to all.

  • 6th Annual Elementary Kids’ Carnival Adds Happy NESS

    Mark your calendars for Friday, Feb. 22 for the 6th Annual Kid’s Carnival. The fun starts at 5 pm with games, food and more! There will be corn dogs, nachos, popcorn chicken, pizza, cotton candy, and all kinds of fun stuff.

  • Baylake Bank Sponsors Travel Show

    Baylake Bank Premier Club is sponsoring a fun and informational “Travel Show” to be held at Baylake Bank Conference Center, 222 N. 3rd Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, on Thursday, Feb.

  • Dan Riley Brings His One-Man Boomer Baby Tribute Show to TAP

    In a career spanning more than 30 years, Dan Riley has appeared at theatres, performing arts centers, fairs and festivals and corporate events throughout North America and internationally.

  • Peninsula Music Festival February Fest Continues on February 12

    The Peninsula Music Festival’s 2008 February Fest will continue on Tuesday, February 12 with a concert at the Peninsula Art School. The 7 pm concert will feature PMF violinist Marilyn McDonald on baroque violin and associate conductor Stephen Alltop on harpsichord.

  • Live Music at Joe Jo’s Pizza and Gelato

    Tommy Burroughs, Jeanne Kuhns and Lynn Gudmundsen are sure to entertain on Friday, February 15 from 7 – 9 pm at Joe Jo’s Pizza and Gelato in Ephraim. Then, the following week on Friday, February 22, Jim Jennings, Dave Gunderson and Lee Nordgren will entertain the pizza parlor’s patrons.

  • CD Release for Jana Nyberg Group

    Coming in March, The Jana Nyberg Group will release its first CD. The collection features Adam Meckler, trumpet and flugelhorn; Jake Nyberg, drums; Evan Montgomery, guitar; Mark Urness, bass; and Jana Nyberg, vocals and flute.

  • “Time Flies” Performed by Island Players

    Washington Island’s community theatre, Island Players, has chosen Time Flies…A Matter of Life and Death, seven, short, inter-related one-acts by David Ives, as its winter production.

  • Isadoora Announces Cast

    Isadoora Theatre Company announces the cast for its upcoming musical production of Working written by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso and based on the book of the same name by Studs Terkel with music by Schwartz, James Taylor, Mary Rodgers, Micki Grant, and Craig Carnelia.

  • “The Art of Music” Brings Healthy and Upbeat Winter Entertainment

    With an ear to the health benefits of art, Door County Memorial Hospital (DCMH) is sponsoring the Art of Music Winter Concert Series, which continues through May 2.

  • Birch Creek Associates Invite You to “Concert to Go”

    Are you longing for warm summer nights and heavenly music drifting from the Dutton Concert Barn? How about enjoying Birch Creek’s first winter concert? Gather friends and family in the comfort of your own surroundings to enjoy a Birch Creek evening through the "Concert to Go" package.

  • Tommy Burroughs and Friends Take Over the AC Tap

    On Wednesday, Feb. 13, join nationally-recognized fiddle, guitar and mandolin player Tommy Burroughs as he performs with his Door County friends at the AC Tap.

  • Whitefish Dunes Candlelight Ski

    Snow covered trails and the soft swish of skis combined with candles will set the scene for the Whitefish Dunes State Park annual candlelight ski on Saturday, January 26 from 6 – 9 pm.

  • Peninsula State Park Candlelight Ski

    On Saturday, February 9 come to Peninsula State Park to ski a candlelit one-mile, double-tracked trail through forest and meadow! The Candlight ski will take place from 5:30 – 8 pm and will include a bonfire with refreshments at the warming shelter.

  • Newport State Park’s 18th Annual Candlelight Ski/Hike/Snowshoe Event

    Newport State Park will hold it’s 18th Annual Candlelight Ski/Hike/Snowshoe event on Saturday, February 9, from 6 – 9 pm. Eighteen years ago Newport State Park began the candlelight ski tradition in Door County, and it is the only state park in Door County that also allows hiking and snowshoeing during the event.