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Volume 19, Issue 16 – Section 1

In this issue

  • Casey Rabach Aims to Raise the Bar

    Casey Rabach may have played 10 years in the National Football League, but he never forgot where his passion for sports came from – the fields and playgrounds of Sturgeon Bay.

  • Strivers Earn National Titles in Georgia

    On June 28 – 30, three gymnasts from the YMCA Strivers gymnastics team captured National titles at the YMCA Gymnastics National Competition in Savannah, Georgia.

  • Register for the Kids Triathlon

    The Door County Triathlon draws some of the greatest athletes from across the country. On this weekend every year, records are broken, goals are accomplished, and dreams become realities.

  • Door County Destroyers Victorious in Season Opener

    Andre Wilson, wide receiver for the Door County Destroyers, was congratulated by teammates after scoring the first touchdown for the new Door County semi-pro football team.

  • 2013 Women’s Double Header League Softball

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • Door County League Baseball

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • Northern Door Volleyball League

    Schedule for July 10.

  • Planting Seeds

    Rebecca Sienes, president of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Philippines, had a message for Door County when she visited on June 26. “We just want to let you know that we in the Philippines are existing,” she said.

  • Article posted Wednesday, July 3, 2013 1:57pm

    When family dynamics or outside forces determine that an animal must be surrendered, the Door County Humane Society (DCHS) is here to help. We appreciate that the cat or dog is brought to us where we can provide care, vet attention and a thorough vetting of potential adopters.

  • Coast Guard Lends a Helping Hand

    Coastguardsmen Nathan Disher, James Heck, Dion Moore and William Inman recently used their painting skills at the Senior Resource Center in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Weekly Brat Fry to Benefit Nor Door Adult Day Services

    Every Friday through August, Nor Door Adult Day Services Advisory Committee will host a brat/burger fry beginning at 11 am in the parking lot of the Sister Bay Piggly Wiggly.

  • Catholic Fest at St. Joseph Formation Center

    Spend Fourth of July weekend celebrating at Catholic Fest 2013. Celebrate Catholic culture – music, film, literature and art – with artists from all over the country.

  • Anderson Docks-ology Services Held Every Wednesday

    Beginning July 10 at 7:30 pm, the Anderson Docks-ology services return to Anderson Dock in Ephraim every Wednesday through Aug. 21. More than a dozen northern Door churches are involved with messages and music.

  • I-Movie Presentation at MUGS Meeting

    The Macintosh Computer Group, MUGS, will meet on July 10 at the Sister Bay Library from 1 – 3 pm. A presentation of I-Movie starts at 2 pm. For more information call Jan and Dave Schrader at 854.

  • Free Mouthguard Day at DC Dental Care

    Door County Dental Care, located in Sturgeon Bay, is offering a free Mouthguard Day on July 25, beginning at noon. All area student athletes are invited to receive a free fitting for a mouthguard, which will help prevent dental and facial injuries during sports or other contact activities.

  • Open House at The Garden Door

    The Garden Door Open House is scheduled for July 13, 11 – 2 pm, at the UW Peninsular Research Station on Highway 42, north of Sturgeon Bay. The Door County Master Gardeners showcase their free public garden, The Garden Door, at its very best.

  • Suicide Prevention is Next Topic at CHIP

    Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming program on suicide prevention on July 14, 4 pm, at Stella Maris in Sister Bay.

  • Sister Bay Lions Club Hosts Annual Antique Show

    The Sister Bay Lions Club will host the 39th annual Door County Antique Show July 18 – 20 at the Gibraltar High School in Fish Creek. The show, held 10 am – 5 pm each day, has 35 select dealers selling antiques.

  • Thanksgiving Day Parade Adjusts Start Time for Packer Fans

    With the Packer game starting at 11:30 am on Nov. 28, the Jacksonport Thanksgiving Day Parade will begin at 10:30 am this fall. This eclectic parade is believed by some to be the only Thanksgiving Day parade in Wisconsin.

  • Speedy’s Mummy, a Hot Granny and Atheist Evolution

    With a short production schedule this week, the staff at the Peninsula Pulse has been racing to compress seven days of work into slightly less than six.

  • Bullies, Big Dogs and Savants

    Childhood bullying deserves all the attention it is getting, with new research showing that whether a child is bullying or being bullied, lifelong damage may be done.

  • Traffic/Speed Counter Statistics Released

    With the addition of Grand View Park and the launch site at Rowleys Bay, the town has 14 parks in addition to one state park and two county parks. Some of the parks are designed for swimming and others for scenic viewing.

  • Article posted Wednesday, July 3, 2013 12:00pm

    39 - Percent of U.S. adults currently caring for an adult or child with significant health issues.

  • The Mighty Mosquito

    That tiny but mighty and relentless winged creature is out in force and reducing nearly all warm-blooded creatures, regardless of size, to one level of deep respect – the mosquito! Undoubtedly they are the world’s best-known insect, all 2,700 or more species.

  • DCAL Gallery Features McDowell and Kenyon

    The Door County Art League (DCAL) Gallery will showcase the artwork of Barbara Kenyon and Dorothy McDowell from July 6 – 12. Kenyon paints outdoors with a small group of artists weekly during the spring, summer and fall.

  • Keeping Cash at Hand

    There are a billion credit cards tucked into American wallets, nestled next to 530 million debit cards. And for every transaction with one of those cards, which the U.S. Census Bureau estimated to be worth almost $3 trillion in 2012, somebody is paying a processing fee.

  • Nor-Door Sport & Cyclery Celebrates Anniversary with Open House

    Nor-Door Sport & Cyclery celebrates its 30th anniversary during the Fourth of July weekend with an open house, bike giveaway and sale. When Ron and Barb Merkel opened their small bike shop in the converted garage of their home in Fish Creek in 1983, they started a family legacy.

  • Melissa Ripp Joins Tweak Team

    Owner and principal Martha Scully Beller announces the addition of Melissa Ripp to Tweak: Marketing & Development. Beller launched the social media and public relations firm in May of this year.

  • CenterPointe Yacht Services to Acquire Great Lakes Yachts Services

    CenterPointe Yacht Services, LLC has entered into an asset purchase agreement to acquire Great Lakes Yachts Services, Inc. of Sturgeon Bay. The transaction is slated to close later this summer.

  • Door County Kayak Tours Celebrates 10-year Anniversary

    Door County Kayak Tours (DCKT) celebrates its 10-year anniversary this summer. Thanks to local businesses and guests who have given support throughout the years, DCKT is growing and diversifying.

  • Budget Blinds Services Available in Door County

    Budget Blinds – the largest and fastest growing window covering company of its kind in the United States – announced it will offer services in Door County.

  • Lavender Shop Offers 20 Varieties of Lavender

    The Lavender Shop of Fragrant Isle has a wealth of knowledge about lavender, including its important history. Lavender is a flowering herb that was first grown in the rocky soils of the Mediterranean.

  • Gravity Trails Has Activities throughout Peninsula

    Gravity Trails recently moved its offerings to new locations around the peninsula and added new activities. Kayak tours relocated to Gordon Lodge at 1420 Pine Drive in Baileys Harbor.

  • Million Dollar Properties Go to Highest Bidder in Aug. 14 Auction

    Those three magic words of real estate – location, location, location – apply even more when you’re talking about a multi-million dollar estate.

  • Senate Immigration Bill Includes J1 Visa Section that Could Hurt Door County

    Tucked deep in the massive immigration reform bill that the U.S. Senate passed to much fanfare on June 27 are a couple of paragraphs that could mean trouble for Door County businesses and for other seasonal locations in Wisconsin and across the country that employ foreign students through the J1 visa program.

  • The Multi-Faceted Character of Norb Blei Remembered

    A somber solo saxophone played over the sound system as people drifted into The Peninsula Players theater the soft, sunny morning of Saturday, June 29, to remember Door County icon Norb Blei, who came to Door County from Chicagoland, first to write in solitude, then to write about the places and characters he came to know here, until, finally, as his friend Pastor Michael Brecke of St.

  • Documentary Features Ellison Bay Woman’s Letter to Jackie Kennedy

    On Nov. 26, 1963, 20-year-old Gretchen Lundstrom, a history major at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., threw a tiny pebble into a raging river. “And 50 years later, up it comes again,” she said recently.

  • Chad Luberger Stars in Dual Role as Potter and Actor

    In a county blessed with every kind of artist, Chad Luberger is unique – equally at home on stage and in his pottery studio. The years it took him to return to his childhood home may have been marked by coincidence or good luck.

  • Nancy Rafal: Door County Poetry Advocate

    “At this point in my life,” Nancy Rafal said, “the advocacy is more to the front than the writing itself.” She laughed. “I don’t have a writing discipline!” Rafal is certainly a poet in her own right, her work familiar to those who attend poetry readings or read regional literary publications.

  • Excerpt of ‘The Brothers Connolly’

    The team arrives at Stockbridge school at 12:30. They find out their locker room, walk on the grass of the field and nose around the facilities with subdued interest. Two hours until game time. Only a muted version of the team’s usual callow camaraderie is entertained.

  • American Life in Poetry: Column 421

    This column originates in Nebraska, and our office is about two hours’ drive from that stretch of the Platte River where thousands of sandhill cranes stop for a few weeks each year.

  • Challenging Door Shakespeare to “Live Simply”

    July 5th marks the opening of Door Shakespeare’s 2013 season, a season that has welcomed many changes. This was the first season produced under my direction, and I have been calling on all of my past experience, training, and artistic mentors for inspiration.

  • Jacinda Duffin: Surviving and Thriving in Door County

    Jacinda Duffin came to Door County more than twenty years ago with the intention of staying for one summer. “One turned to two, and summers turned to winters,” she says, “and I still love living here."

  • Halfway to the North Pole

    Curious to have a rest stop on Highway 57 between Jacksonport and Baileys Harbor – a stretch of road where towns featuring restaurants and public parks with picnic tables, benches, bar stools, food, grills, and impressive water views are mere miles apart.

  • The Sweet Tooth Tour

    When my family drives up the Door Peninsula with their air mattresses, swimsuits, and extra Lactaid – I suspend my calorie counting ways. I partake in the indulgence.

  • Shovels and Rope Perform at Door Community Auditorium

    “We’re pretty passionate, definitely sweaty,” laughs Cary Ann Hearst of Shovels and Rope, an up-and-coming, energetic rock/roots/Americana/bluegrass band consisting of Hearst and her husband, Michael Trent.

  • More Bridge Closures This Week

    • The Door County Highway Department received the following notice from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation: Bridge closures for inspection: Monday, July 8, 9 am: Maple to Oregon Street Bridge.

  • Door County a Bright Spot on National Beach Report

    The National Resources Defense Council rated Wisconsin low – 29 out of 30 – on its list of coastal states with clean beaches, but that rating might say more about our monitoring than our water quality.

  • Plum Island to Open to the Public

    It may be next summer or the one after that, but someday Plum Island will be open for visitors. “We recently completed our comprehensive conservation plan for the island which finalized the process we had to go through to open the refuge to public use,” said Sadie O’Dell, biologist for the U.

  • Your Representatives in the News

    State Assembly Representative Garey Bies Family Care was not extended to Northeast Wisconsin in the 2013-2015 state budget, but Bies said he’s optimistic legislation to expand the program will pass.

  • Meander Sister Bay and Ellison Bay Gardens during Annual Garden Walk

    Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue: the 12th Annual Sister Bay Historical Society Garden Walk offers something for everyone, whether established gardens that have been tended for decades, or thriving gardens where once none existed; whether a 1940-era automobile repurposed as a planter, or a patch of blue forget-me-nots blanketing a shade garden.

  • UWGB Professor to Discuss Aquifer Contamination

    Angela Bauer, professor of human biology at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, will speak on concerns emerging over the presence of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in aquifers used as drinking water on July 17, 6:30 pm, at the Farm Market Kitchen in Algoma.

  • Birch Creek Symphony Concert Series Closes with Force of Destiny Concert

    On July 5 at Birch Creek Music Performance Center, the Symphony Orchestra will perform selections from Ravel’s “Mother Goose Suite” with the narration of The Velveteen Rabbit.

  • Peninsula Symphonic Band Performs at Anderson Dock

    Ephraim’s historic Anderson Dock will host an outdoor concert by the Peninsula Symphonic Band on July 5. The performance, in honor of the Fourth of July holiday weekend, is free and open to the public from 7 – 8 pm.

  • Fazioli F308 Makes Appearance during Midsummer’s Music Fest

    This summer, piano movers in Chicago, Illinois, will carefully load a Fazioli F308 into a truck lined with protective padding, to begin a 300-mile, 6-hour journey to Ellison Bay.

  • “Once a Ponzi Time” Debuts at Pen Players

    Once a Ponzi Time, a frenzied financial comedy by Joe Foust, made its world première July 3 at Peninsula Players Theatre. Once a Ponzi Time has a three-week run with performances through July 21.

  • PMF Presents A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch

    The Peninsula Music Festival presents A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch as part of the 61st season on Aug. 10 at 6:30 pm. The concert will feature music composed by Hamlisch as well as music by composers who influenced him.

  • Stage Door Presents “The Glass Menagerie”

    The Stage Door Theatre Company, the professional theatre troupe in residence at the Third Avenue Playhouse presents its first production of the 2013 summer/fall season, Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie.

  • Stage Door Presents “The Glass Menagerie”

    The Stage Door Theatre Company, the professional theatre troupe in residence at the Third Avenue Playhouse presents its first production of the 2013 summer/fall season, Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie.

  • Internship Program Going Strong at Pen Players

    Peninsula Players Theatre was founded in 1935, and its internship program is still going strong. Interns gather from all over the country looking to enhance their knowledge and experience in designated fields.

  • Internship Program Going Strong at Pen Players

    Peninsula Players Theatre was founded in 1935, and its internship program is still going strong. Interns gather from all over the country looking to enhance their knowledge and experience in designated fields.

  • Commercial Fishing Discussed at Gibraltar Talks

    The July 11 Gibraltar Talks program will focus on the history of commercial fishermen who ventured into the waters of Green Bay from the small port of Fish Creek.

  • Commercial Fishing Discussed at Gibraltar Talks

    The July 11 Gibraltar Talks program will focus on the history of commercial fishermen who ventured into the waters of Green Bay from the small port of Fish Creek.

  • Poetry & Photoshop Seminars at Bjِrklunden

    From July 28 through Aug. 3, Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden is offering these seminars: “The Experience of Poetry: Telling the Dancer from the Dance” with Liz Cole and Tim Spurgin and “Enhancing Your Digital Photographs with Photoshop” with Phil Krejcarek.

  • Poetry & Photoshop Seminars at Bjِrklunden

    From July 28 through Aug. 3, Lawrence University’s Bjِrklunden is offering these seminars: “The Experience of Poetry: Telling the Dancer from the Dance” with Liz Cole and Tim Spurgin and “Enhancing Your Digital Photographs with Photoshop” with Phil Krejcarek.

  • Paul Burton Leads Dragonfly Workshop at The Ridges

    Learn more about the species that make their home in The Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor on July 12, 9 – 11:30 am when Paul Burton conducts a half-day workshop, Dragonflies in the Field.

  • Call for Entries for DCMM Classic & Wooden Boat Festival

    The Door County Maritime Museum Classic & Wooden Boat Festival is making its annual call for entries. The festival is scheduled for Aug. 3 & 4 and features a remarkable assortment of vessels with judge’s awards for power, sail and self-powered boats.

  • Tall Ships to Visit Sturgeon Bay

    The Baylake Bank Tall Ship Festival® will return to Green Bay, Aug. 16 – 18. Baylake Bank requested arrangements for some of the Tall Ships® to navigate into the Sturgeon Bay canal on Aug.

  • Summer Family Programs at Crossroads

    Crossroads offers summer family programs Monday through Thursday at 1:30 pm. On July 8, learn about Door County’s amazing geology by exploring the Niagara Escarpment display in the learning center.

  • Summer Family Programs at Crossroads

    Crossroads offers summer family programs Monday through Thursday at 1:30 pm. On July 8, learn about Door County’s amazing geology by exploring the Niagara Escarpment display in the learning center.

  • Jenny Bienemann CD Release Party at Woodwalk

    Jenny Bienemann’s Heading Slowly Toward The Beginning CD release party will be held during the Woodwalk Concert Series on July 5 at 7 pm. Bienemann is a sought-after solo performer and seasoned harmony singer.

  • Jenny Bienemann CD Release Party at Woodwalk

    Jenny Bienemann’s Heading Slowly Toward The Beginning CD release party will be held during the Woodwalk Concert Series on July 5 at 7 pm. Bienemann is a sought-after solo performer and seasoned harmony singer.

  • Legendary Funk Band The Family Stone Plays DCA

    Legendary funk/soul band The Family Stone will put a fresh spin on their classic hits when they perform at Door Community Auditorium on July 5. The Family Stone centers around Jerry Martini, Cynthia Robinson, and Greg Errico, all Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, R&B Pioneer Award winners, and founding members of Sly and the Family Stone.

  • Legendary Funk Band The Family Stone Plays DCA

    Legendary funk/soul band The Family Stone will put a fresh spin on their classic hits when they perform at Door Community Auditorium on July 5. The Family Stone centers around Jerry Martini, Cynthia Robinson, and Greg Errico, all Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, R&B Pioneer Award winners, and founding members of Sly and the Family Stone.

  • Todd Carey Pays Homage to Grateful Dead

    Coming off the success of their New Year’s Eve concert together, Todd Carey and Door County’s The Offseason, featuring Nick Hoover, Elliot Goettelman, Josh Gregory and Rob Gay, join forces once again on July 6 at The Hitching Post to celebrate and honor the music of The Grateful Dead.

  • Todd Carey Pays Homage to Grateful Dead

    Coming off the success of their New Year’s Eve concert together, Todd Carey and Door County’s The Offseason, featuring Nick Hoover, Elliot Goettelman, Josh Gregory and Rob Gay, join forces once again on July 6 at The Hitching Post to celebrate and honor the music of The Grateful Dead.

  • Fishstock Music Series Begins with Unity

    It’s that time of year again. Trek to Camp David this weekend to kickoff this year’s Fishstock Music Series. Hey mon! Unity, Door County’s favorite reggae band, opens the season with the annual barn dance on July 6 at 9 pm.

  • Fishstock Music Series Begins with Unity

    It’s that time of year again. Trek to Camp David this weekend to kickoff this year’s Fishstock Music Series. Hey mon! Unity, Door County’s favorite reggae band, opens the season with the annual barn dance on July 6 at 9 pm.

  • Annual Folk Festival at Peg Egan PAC

    On July 7 at 7 pm, The Peg Egan Performing Arts Center will present the sixth annual Folk Festival as part of the 2013 Sunset Concert Series. National touring artists Patchouli, Jana Nyberg jazz group, Dorothy Scott and Sue Demel will present the best of folk, jazz, alternative and pop music.

  • Annual Folk Festival at Peg Egan PAC

    On July 7 at 7 pm, The Peg Egan Performing Arts Center will present the sixth annual Folk Festival as part of the 2013 Sunset Concert Series. National touring artists Patchouli, Jana Nyberg jazz group, Dorothy Scott and Sue Demel will present the best of folk, jazz, alternative and pop music.

  • Music in the Gardens Features The Hunts

    Ministry Door County Medical Center (MDCMC) hosts Music in the Gardens, an outdoor concert series for the whole family, on Tuesday evenings in July. Concerts are free and open to the public.

  • Music in the Gardens Features The Hunts

    Ministry Door County Medical Center (MDCMC) hosts Music in the Gardens, an outdoor concert series for the whole family, on Tuesday evenings in July. Concerts are free and open to the public.

  • Music of the Carpenters at TAP

    Singer Lisa Rock and her six-piece band will bring the music of The Carpenters back to the stage with their renditions of Carpenters classics with "Close to You: The Music of The Carpenters" at Third Avenue Playhouse on July 20.

  • Music of the Carpenters at TAP

    Singer Lisa Rock and her six-piece band will bring the music of The Carpenters back to the stage with their renditions of Carpenters classics with "Close to You: The Music of The Carpenters" at Third Avenue Playhouse on July 20.

  • Cookery Announces Summer Music Lineup

    The Cookery’s wine bar, located on Highway 42 in Fish Creek, is hosting a music series on Thursday nights this summer. The July music line up includes Kalen Keir, July 11; Small Forest, July 18; and Jess Holland, July 25.

  • Cookery Announces Summer Music Lineup

    The Cookery’s wine bar, located on Highway 42 in Fish Creek, is hosting a music series on Thursday nights this summer. The July music line up includes Kalen Keir, July 11; Small Forest, July 18; and Jess Holland, July 25.

  • A Healthy Dose of Competition

    One of the greatest features of the game of golf is the everlasting sense of competition. Regardless of the style, game, playing partners, etc. there is an underlying competition.

  • A Healthy Dose of Competition

    One of the greatest features of the game of golf is the everlasting sense of competition. Regardless of the style, game, playing partners, etc. there is an underlying competition.

  • Golf League Results

    League results from around the county.

  • Golf League Results

    League results from around the county.

  • Golf Events

    Golf events from around the county.

  • Golf Events

    Golf events from around the county.

  • FRAMED

    Regular Door County vacationer and star of the film Feed the Fish, Tony Shalhoub shares his shades with a happy, mustached fan. Shalhoub acted as Grande Marshal of this year’s Olde Ellison Bay Days with his nephew Mike Matzdorff, who directed Feed the Fish.

  • FRAMED

    Regular Door County vacationer and star of the film Feed the Fish, Tony Shalhoub shares his shades with a happy, mustached fan. Shalhoub acted as Grande Marshal of this year’s Olde Ellison Bay Days with his nephew Mike Matzdorff, who directed Feed the Fish.

  • A Big Belgian and a Bold Belgian-American

    The weirdest thing happened upon my first taste of this beer. I found myself invoking Lawrence Welk (you can look him up, kids), saying out loud with each sip, “Wunnerful! Wunnerful!” Blanche de Namur is a wonderful Belgian white – or wit – beer, from the 6th generation family owned Brasserie du Bocq.

  • A Big Belgian and a Bold Belgian-American

    The weirdest thing happened upon my first taste of this beer. I found myself invoking Lawrence Welk (you can look him up, kids), saying out loud with each sip, “Wunnerful! Wunnerful!” Blanche de Namur is a wonderful Belgian white – or wit – beer, from the 6th generation family owned Brasserie du Bocq.

  • The Cheese Insider

    Early this summer I visited the Chalet Cheese Co-op, located in the rolling green hills outside Monroe, Green County. Like many small and medium-sized cheese plants in Wisconsin it is located near the farms where the milk used in the cheese is produced.

  • The Cheese Insider

    Early this summer I visited the Chalet Cheese Co-op, located in the rolling green hills outside Monroe, Green County. Like many small and medium-sized cheese plants in Wisconsin it is located near the farms where the milk used in the cheese is produced.

  • Congratulations to Sarah Fernandez

    A native of Minnesota with ten years working in New York State, And now living in our dear county, was it luck or possibly fate? You see neither fate nor good fortune needed to be involved, Enter Mike (stage left), owner – now fiancée and voila – problem solved.

  • Congratulations to Sarah Fernandez

    A native of Minnesota with ten years working in New York State, And now living in our dear county, was it luck or possibly fate? You see neither fate nor good fortune needed to be involved, Enter Mike (stage left), owner – now fiancée and voila – problem solved.

  • Overheard, Shout Outs and Pet Peeves

    Are there tid-bits of conversations you’ve heard while standing in line at the grocery store, serving a table, or walking down the sidewalk that make you smile, cringe or laugh out loud?

  • Overheard, Shout Outs and Pet Peeves

    Are there tid-bits of conversations you’ve heard while standing in line at the grocery store, serving a table, or walking down the sidewalk that make you smile, cringe or laugh out loud?

  • Article posted Tuesday, July 2, 2013 3:01pm

    Who is Rowleys Bay named after?

  • Article posted Tuesday, July 2, 2013 3:01pm

    Who is Rowleys Bay named after?

  • Article posted Tuesday, July 2, 2013 2:59pm

    Cancer (June 22 – July 22): A celestial signal will soon reach you. Note that it is an evacuation order similar to the one that all Door County received in 2011 but different in that it is an evacuation order directed solely to you and signed by the neighbors on all sides of your premises.

  • Article posted Tuesday, July 2, 2013 2:59pm

    Cancer (June 22 – July 22): A celestial signal will soon reach you. Note that it is an evacuation order similar to the one that all Door County received in 2011 but different in that it is an evacuation order directed solely to you and signed by the neighbors on all sides of your premises.

  • Daniel Anderson Displays Photos at Base Camp

    The photographic work of Daniel Anderson is now on display at Base Camp Coffee Bar through the end of August. Anderson is a photographer from Door County living in Ellison Bay.

  • Daniel Anderson Displays Photos at Base Camp

    The photographic work of Daniel Anderson is now on display at Base Camp Coffee Bar through the end of August. Anderson is a photographer from Door County living in Ellison Bay.

  • Fine Line Exhibit III Opens July 11

    Two female artists residing in Door County—glass artist Deanna Clayton and oil and encaustic painter Pamela Murphy—are the subject of Fine Line Designs Gallery’s third exhibit, which opens July 11 with a reception from 4 – 7 pm.

  • Fine Line Exhibit III Opens July 11

    Two female artists residing in Door County—glass artist Deanna Clayton and oil and encaustic painter Pamela Murphy—are the subject of Fine Line Designs Gallery’s third exhibit, which opens July 11 with a reception from 4 – 7 pm.

  • Shadows on Display at Woodwalk Gallery

    Tom Linden and Kristi Roenning paint shadows – the way they look and feel. Shadows can hide or reveal. Shadows can be menacing or comforting, sought out or avoided.

  • Shadows on Display at Woodwalk Gallery

    Tom Linden and Kristi Roenning paint shadows – the way they look and feel. Shadows can hide or reveal. Shadows can be menacing or comforting, sought out or avoided.

  • Jewelry Trunk Show at Edgewood Orchard Galleries

    Edgewood Orchard Galleries continues to celebrate its 45th season with a group exhibit that runs through July 17. The exhibit features newly completed indoor and outdoor artwork from the 150 artists from around the United States and Canada that are represented at Edgewood.

  • Jewelry Trunk Show at Edgewood Orchard Galleries

    Edgewood Orchard Galleries continues to celebrate its 45th season with a group exhibit that runs through July 17. The exhibit features newly completed indoor and outdoor artwork from the 150 artists from around the United States and Canada that are represented at Edgewood.

  • Mary Blotti Anderson Displays Miniatures at The Paint Box

    Mary Blotti Anderson will have two new miniatures displayed at The Paint Box Gallery this season. Accustomed to working in a much larger format, Anderson did two pastels of the water tanks on the Kita Farm North of Egg Harbor.

  • Mary Blotti Anderson Displays Miniatures at The Paint Box

    Mary Blotti Anderson will have two new miniatures displayed at The Paint Box Gallery this season. Accustomed to working in a much larger format, Anderson did two pastels of the water tanks on the Kita Farm North of Egg Harbor.

  • “Art Alive in the Garden” at Rob Williams Studio/Gallery

    The garden at the Rob Williams Studio/Gallery will come alive with creative activity on July 12 & 13 while the Door County Outdoor Painters (DCOP) gather to exhibit and demonstrate their various, unique styles of painting.

  • “Art Alive in the Garden” at Rob Williams Studio/Gallery

    The garden at the Rob Williams Studio/Gallery will come alive with creative activity on July 12 & 13 while the Door County Outdoor Painters (DCOP) gather to exhibit and demonstrate their various, unique styles of painting.

  • Plein Air Festival Announces Dockside Quick Paint Details

    The Peninsula School of Art and The Hardy Gallery present the Dockside Quick Paint at Door County Plein Air Festival 2013. Artists of every painting medium are invited to create plein air works on July 27 from 9 – 11 am during the 7th annual competition.

  • Plein Air Festival Announces Dockside Quick Paint Details

    The Peninsula School of Art and The Hardy Gallery present the Dockside Quick Paint at Door County Plein Air Festival 2013. Artists of every painting medium are invited to create plein air works on July 27 from 9 – 11 am during the 7th annual competition.

  • Anya Kopischke Wins Statewide Photography Contest

    Anya Kopischke, a recent graduate of Gibraltar High School, has been awarded first place in Wisconsin’s [email protected] Student Photography Contest. Her submission titled “Melting Mornings” was selected as the top image among all high school entries and earned her an iPad Mini.

  • Anya Kopischke Wins Statewide Photography Contest

    Anya Kopischke, a recent graduate of Gibraltar High School, has been awarded first place in Wisconsin’s [email protected] Student Photography Contest. Her submission titled “Melting Mornings” was selected as the top image among all high school entries and earned her an iPad Mini.

  • Interactive “Before I Die” Exhibit at Link Gallery

    The Door Community Auditorium (DCA) presents an exhibit in the Link Gallery entitled “Before I Die.” The exhibit consists of walls full of blackboards bearing the repeated phrase “Before I die I want to…” with a blank space.

  • Interactive “Before I Die” Exhibit at Link Gallery

    The Door Community Auditorium (DCA) presents an exhibit in the Link Gallery entitled “Before I Die.” The exhibit consists of walls full of blackboards bearing the repeated phrase “Before I die I want to…” with a blank space.

  • Hope Church Gallery Features Madonna Siles

    Madonna Siles is an expressionistic plein-air painter who endeavors to capture Door County’s dynamic energy and ever-changing light and color displays in nature.

  • Hope Church Gallery Features Madonna Siles

    Madonna Siles is an expressionistic plein-air painter who endeavors to capture Door County’s dynamic energy and ever-changing light and color displays in nature.

  • Local Artist is Finalist in International Arc Salon Competition

    Bren Sibilsky, an Algoma sculptor and painter, was recently selected as a finalist in the International Arc Salon 2013 Competition. The Arc Salon is undoubtedly the most prestigious collection of artists in the entire world.

  • Local Artist is Finalist in International Arc Salon Competition

    Bren Sibilsky, an Algoma sculptor and painter, was recently selected as a finalist in the International Arc Salon 2013 Competition. The Arc Salon is undoubtedly the most prestigious collection of artists in the entire world.

  • JCC Features Wrap Rings

    Simply Wrapped is a fun and unique line of handcrafted wire ring creations designed and produced by mother/daughter duo Stacey and Madison Klaphake. The pair started designing rings over two years ago after creating a few for friends, family and themselves.

  • JCC Features Wrap Rings

    Simply Wrapped is a fun and unique line of handcrafted wire ring creations designed and produced by mother/daughter duo Stacey and Madison Klaphake. The pair started designing rings over two years ago after creating a few for friends, family and themselves.

  • Meadows Gallery Hosts Artist Reception

    The Meadows Art Gallery will present a duo show of Door County artists in July – Mona Barden and Barb Kenyon. A reception will be held July 11, 5 – 7:30 pm; the public is invited.

  • Meadows Gallery Hosts Artist Reception

    The Meadows Art Gallery will present a duo show of Door County artists in July – Mona Barden and Barb Kenyon. A reception will be held July 11, 5 – 7:30 pm; the public is invited.

  • Last Days to Visit Potters Wheel

    In the spirit of the founders Abraham and Ginka Cohn, Potters Wheel Gallery wishes to thank customers and visitors who made the gallery a Door County icon for 58 years.

  • Last Days to Visit Potters Wheel

    In the spirit of the founders Abraham and Ginka Cohn, Potters Wheel Gallery wishes to thank customers and visitors who made the gallery a Door County icon for 58 years.

  • Photo Slideshow of 2012 Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire

    Lords and Ladies! Hear ye, hear ye! Take note of Katie Sikora's photos from the 2012 Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire. <iframe width="640" height="480" src="http://DoorCountyPhotos.zenfolio.com/zf/core/embedgallery.aspx?p=2fb470e40ff405211CCCCCC01e1

  • Photo Slideshow of 2012 Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire

    Lords and Ladies! Hear ye, hear ye! Take note of Katie Sikora's photos from the 2012 Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire. <iframe width="640" height="480" src="http://DoorCountyPhotos.zenfolio.com/zf/core/embedgallery.aspx?p=2fb470e40ff405211CCCCCC01e1