It’s a weekend of snow, ice, fire and films on the Door Peninsula!
Friday, February 17
Singer, comic and multi-instrumentalist Dan Riley brings an evening of performance and laughter to the stage of Southern Door Community Auditorium with his recent offering, Home For Good – A Musical Journey. Riley has performed with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Rodney Dangerfield and Billy Crystal, among others.
Saturday, February 18
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay puts the focus on health and well-being with a sampling of soups, chili, breads and cider along with booths from health-oriented organizations and businesses. 11 am – 1:30 pm.
Sturgeon Bay’s annual frosty celebration takes place this weekend. Take a stroll downtown to watch amateur and professional carvers turn blocks of snow and ice into beautiful works of art. The fun continues with a dinner dance, silent auction, free trolley rides and more.
Celebrate the art of short films during the 8th annual Door County Short Film Festival, presenting films from across the world ranging from 90 seconds to 22 minutes. Enjoy an afternoon of films, pizza and beer, and cast your vote for the Best of the Fest! 2 – 8 pm.
British-American Sturgeon Bay resident Tarl Knight comes to Lost Moth Gallery for their concert series this weekend. He has a special ability to bridge generations with his original, lyrical brilliance and melodies that immediately capture hearts. Listeners may have heard him previously at Steel Bridge Songfest, Love On Holiday or Dark Songs – the songwriter workshops at The Holiday Music Motel. 7 pm.
Sunday, February 19
Third Avenue Playhouse presents the fourth day of its first annual Winter Play Reading Festival with The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia. Written by the late Edward Albee, The Goat follows the trials of a family whose father admits to his wife and teenager son that he has fallen in love with a goat. 2 pm.