Volume 20, Issue 22 – Section 1

In this issue

  • See How They Run

    With considerable interest I read of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association’s decision to change the distance of the high school girls state cross-country race from four kilometers to five, matching that of the boys race.

  • Player Profile: Demi Ploor

    School: Sevastopol High School School year: Freshman Sport: Track Events: 200-meter dash, 400-meter dash, shot put, 4 x 200 relay, pole vault Do you play other sports? Volleyball, basketball, club volleyball and summer softball Do you prefer playing team or individual sports? I like both because it’s fun having a team, but I like it […]

  • Yoga on the Beach

    BodyWorks of Door County now offers outdoor yoga classes on the waterfont in Ephraim and Sister Bay. In celebration of its first summer in business, from June 6 – 14 students can attend classes at 20 percent discount (it’ll be $8 instead of $10).

  • Run to Celebrate Life

    Elsie’s Run/Walk 5K is scheduled for Nov. 15 at 10 am. The day celebrates Elsie Wilke’s first birthday. Elsie was born on Nov. 18, 2013, to Kirk Wilke and Rachel Bink with a condition called Diaphragmatic Hernia.

  • Develop Sea Kayaking Skills

    Explore Door County in a whole new way, from a sea kayak. Whether you are an experienced kayaker or just beginning, the Door County Sea Kayak Symposium is a weekend of fun, growth and learning for everyone.

  • Staying Safe on the Water

    During June and July, the Door County Sail and Power Squadron conducts an intense campaign of classes, demonstrations, vessel exams and seminars to promote safe boating in Door County waters.

  • 2014 Women’s Double Header League Softball

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • 2014 Nor-Door Little League

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • Door County League Baseball

    Standings, results and schedules.

  • High School Spring Athletics

    Spring athletic schedules from Door County high schools.

  • Red-headed Woodpeckers

    We’ve recently had one of our very favorite bird species visiting the marvel meal feeder just about every day, a Red-headed Woodpecker. It began appearing at the feeder about May 15, and we can only hope that eventually there will be a pair and that they will nest in our lower woods.

  • Charitable Cash Creates Careers

    Last week the Door County Community Opportunity Investment Network (COIN) was launched. It is a micro-lending and business mentoring program that will assist entrepreneurs who are starting or growing their business, thereby creating jobs in Door County.

  • Living In An Asphalt Limbo

    During the Memorial Day weekend, I had a conversation with a new resident in Northern Door who was lamenting how far away he lived from the big box stores, the movie theater, etc.

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month. PTSD is the most prevalent mental health challenge faced by our nation's veterans. 5 The number of active-duty troops who attempt suicide each day.

  • A Story of Citizen Activism

    As a kid, I loved spending summer at my grandparents’ house on an island-filled lake in northern Minnesota. I had cousins who lived close and one of our favorite things to do was run behind the county truck that would come a couple times during the summer to fog for mosquitoes.

  • Article posted Thursday, June 5, 2014 11:28am

    Oxytocin, the so-called “love hormone,” plays a significant role in helping people bond with one another. For instance, it is released by the brain in breast-feeding mothers, helping them bond with their child.

  • Spurring Collaboration and Action

    On June 7, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, the public is invited to participate in the first Door County Climate Change Forum at The Lodge at Leathem Smith in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Climate Change Indicators

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the third edition of a report, Climate Change Indicators in the United States. The report pulls together observed data on key measures of our environment, including U.

  • Public Input Wanted

    The federal Great Lakes Interagency Task Force has released a draft Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan for public input. “Protecting communities around the Great Lakes and restoring this important ecosystem is a national and bi-national imperative,” said Task Force Chair and U.

  • Expansion for Growing Congregation

    Sturgeon Bay Community Church celebrated the expansion of its facility at 515 N. 12th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay with a recent groundbreaking ceremony. “This renovation project is a large undertaking for a congregation of 200,” stated Pastor Shannon Souther, “but our congregation is growing and supports these improvements.

  • Article posted Thursday, June 5, 2014 11:18am

    The cuddle bug in residence at the Humane Society right now is Scout – she’s a Puggle! A mix of Pug and Beagle, this Puggle girl is 7 years old. Surrendered in early May because her owner was moving from Sturgeon Bay, Scout is a calm, medium-size dog who will happily accompany her new family on walks or on the couch.

  • A Sweet Donation

    (Left to right) Lana Hall, Makayla Swain and Kris Husby-Nelson at Gibraltar's DECA Banquet, where Swain presented DOOR CANcer Inc. board members with a check for $390 from the sale of candy bars.

  • Manners Curriculum Completed at Tea Party

    The Boys & Girls Club of Door County, in partnership with The Women’s Fund of Door County and The Inn at Cedar Crossing, hosted its first Little Ms. Manner’s Tea Party on May 28.

  • Eureka Moments Expected at Camp Invention

    Plenty of “eureka” moments are expected at the Southern Door School this summer with Camp Invention. The Southern Door School District was chosen to host the national camp created by the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

  • Lakeshore CAP Offers Home Buyer Education Course

    Lakeshore Community Action Program, Inc. serving Door, Calumet, Kewaunee, Manitowoc and Sheboygan counties is offering a Home Buyer Education workshop on June 7.

  • New Bishop to Visit Church of Holy Nativity

    The Church of the Holy Nativity in Jacksonport welcomes the new Bishop, the Right Reverend Matthew Gunter and his wife Leslie on June 7, 10 am until noon, for an informal welcoming reception and refreshments.

  • Rev. Daphne Cody Visits Church of Atonement

    The Rev. Daphne Cody, rector of St. Elisabeth’s Episcopal Church, Glencoe, Ill., will lead a session titled “You Guys Have Three Gods” at 7 pm on June 11 at the Church of the Atonement, Fish Creek.

  • Ephraim Yacht Club Hosts Pancake Breakfast

    The Ephraim Yacht Club invites friends and supporters to a Fyr Bal pancake breakfast to raise funds for sailing scholarships on June 21 at the Ephraim Village Hall.

  • Hunter Safety Course Offered at Peninsula Gun Club

    The Peninsula Gun Club of Fish Creek is offering a DNR-certified Wisconsin Basic Hunter Education Course. Classes will be held in the evening from 6 – 8:30 pm on July 22, 24, 29, 31 and Aug.

  • Annual Brick Setting at Noble House

    The Gibraltar Historical Association (GHA) will celebrate its Annual Brick Setting at historic Alexander Noble House on June 7 at 11 am. Come join and enjoy time outside strolling in the park, admiring the gardens and locating your brick.

  • Steel Bridge Songfest Kicks Off with Appreciation Night

    Sturgeon Bay will soon be swarming with dozens and dozens of talented musicians from across the country (175 confirmed as of May 19!), coming together for Steel Bridge Songfest.

  • Learn to Treat and Prevent Diabetes

    Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs (CHIPs) on June 22 at 4 pm with "Preventing and Treating Type 2 Diabetes" at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay.

  • Even More Eggs in Egg Harbor

    If you thought Egg Harbor was full of eggs with the Eggstravaganza celebrating its 50th anniversary, next week will bring even more eggs to the area with the eggs at Egg Harbor Rally.

  • Migratory Bird Day Celebration Was A Success

    The Village of Egg Harbor’s Migratory Bird Day Celebration was a success on May 25. Paul Regnier, professional naturalist and owner of Door County Nature and Travel, took enthusiastic birders around the Village on his “Birdie Bus.

  • To Go to Door County

    is to chase the dream / see a breeze move sailboats on the bay

  • Lion Honorees Announced at Membership Meeting

    Three Sturgeon Bay Lions Club members were honored the past month at the final membership meeting of 2013-14 year. Melvin Jones Fellowships were presented to Lions Carol Pflieger and Paul Phillips.

  • Papkes Sponsor Harmony by the Bay Concert Series

    The City of Sturgeon Bay thank Pine Crest Village Co-Owners Bob and Amber Papke for again being the platinum sponsor for the 2014 Harmony by the Bay Concert Series.

  • The First “Green” Wine

    Wisconsin winemaker Steve Johnson does not take offense at being called a mad scientist. In fact, he considers it a compliment. After all, Johnson just created two new wines that are both firsts for the U.

  • Best of Class Cherry Brandy

    Door County Distillery’s Cherry Brandy was proclaimed Best of Class and Oak-aged Brandy took gold at the annual International East Meets West Wine Challenge, conducted earlier this month in Sonoma, Calif.

  • Hiking with the Experts

    Imagine walking through beautiful Ellison Bay Bluff Park on a gorgeous May morning. Add intermittent sunshine and a gentle breeze from the south. Perfect? Not quite.

  • Papkes Sell Oconto Falls Assisted Living Facility

    Bob and Amber Papke, owners of Pine Crest Village Assisted Living in Sturgeon Bay, have completed the sale of their Assisted Living facility in Oconto Falls, Wis.

  • Staff Changes at Door Community Auditorium

    Amidst a record-breaking kickoff for season and individual ticket sales, Door Community Auditorium (DCA) announces staff changes including a retirement, a promotion, and the addition of a new employee.

  • Door Pen Wines Win Medals

    Four wines from Door Peninsula Winery won medals at the 2014 International East Meets West Wine Challenge, conducted earlier this month in Sonoma, California.

  • Social Media Marketing Workshop on June 12

    The Door County Economic Development Corporation and Door County Visitor Bureau are hosting a social media marketing workshop on June 12, 10:30 am to 12 pm, at the Paul J.

  • A Review: ‘Let Him Go’

    The best-selling novel Montana 1948 brought author and University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point English professor Larry Watson into the national spotlight.

  • “Light the Depot” Campaign Winding Down

    Rogue Theater and The Depot Performing Arts Center is on its final leg to raise its goal of $10,000 for new lights and sound system, as well as other much needed funds for day-to-day operations.

  • Liz Butler Introduces Yellow Wall Pottery

    “I just really love ceramics,” smiles 24-year-old barista, track coach, and potter Liz Butler sitting against a yellow wall, beneath a shelf of her mugs, candleholders, and vases at Kick Coffee in Sturgeon Bay.

  • John Hvezda: A Meat-and-Potatoes Musician

    With June’s Steel Bridge Songfest fast approaching, one name to remember is that of 22-year-old Illinoisan John Hvezda (Vee-YEZ-da). Hvezda first played at the Holiday Music Motel’s Dark Songs in 2012, moved to Sturgeon Bay the following January, and now performs regularly at places such as the Fishing Hole and Waterfront Mary’s.

  • Rebecca Livengood & Chris Irwin Shoot ‘June Falling Down’

    A crowd in their summer’s best has gathered at the Ephraim Village Hall on a Tuesday evening for a wedding reception. Candles flicker between small bouquets of flowers on white tables, twinkle lights add a warm glow to the room bustling with young and old, and little plates of white wedding cake await takers beside clear glasses of red punch.

  • Changing of the Guard

    When the Coast Guard City event was held in Sturgeon Bay on May 10, more than one of the dignitaries who spoke mentioned how many Coast Guard personnel who served at Station Sturgeon Bay choose to call Door County home when they leave the service.

  • Where Your Perch Fry Comes From

    “Is the perch in your fish fry lake perch or ocean perch?” I would get this question from time to time while serving diners at Husby’s and the Sister Bay Bowl years ago.

  • Nevergreen

    To paraphrase a famous philosophical question – If a tree falls on the golf course, was it caused by DuPont’s herbicide Imprelis? More than 200 conifers at Peninsula State Park Golf Course have been poisoned by the application of the EPA-approved herbicide Imprelis, which American chemical company DuPont introduced in 2010 as an environmentally friendly herbicide for landscaping professionals.

  • Municipal News

    Compiled by Pulse staff City of Sturgeon Bay:  Registration is open for children entering grades 1-8 for field trip opportunities through the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.

  • Congratulations to Claire Riebe

    This spunky lady loves to laugh and dance, She also loves to travel, especially to France! A ballerina, a barista, and friend to many, She’s living life to the fullest.


    And the winners of the inaugural Memorial Day Weekend “Run Your Buns Off” 10k at Chambers Island advertised in the Peninsula RePulse are…we can’t tell.

  • Sourpussed Kiwis and Breakfast Beer

    I always thought New Zealand might be an interesting place to visit. Until recently, when I picked up a beer simply called Moa Breakfast from a New Zealand beer company called Moa Brewing.

  • The Cheese Insider

    The two main enemies of cheese are excessive heat and air. Heat makes it deteriorate rapidly. Leaving it open to air will dry it out and leave it prey to the bacteria that cause mold.

  • Article posted Wednesday, June 4, 2014 2:52pm

    Dear Mary Pat, I got a friend request on Facebook from an old classmate that I haven't spoken to for over 14 years. The last time we spoke, she accused me of doing something that I didn't do.

  • Overheard and Shout Outs

    OVERHEARD 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? “I head to jury duty.

  • Article posted Wednesday, June 4, 2014 2:41pm

    In 1928, what steel-hulled freighter shipwrecked near Cana Island, becoming a must-see tourist attraction for five years after?

  • Door County Historical Museum Opens for 75th Season

    The Door County Historical Museum is open for the summer and celebrating 75 years since it first opened in 1939. When it first opened, Harry Dankoler was the curator, as well as the force behind getting it going and the collector of more than 2,000 items to start the collection.

  • SBHS Announces Heritage Programs

    The Sister Bay Historical Society (SBHS) is again sponsoring Heritage Programs during the summer of 2014. Each Saturday a local artist will demonstrate his of her skills and display their work.

  • Ephraim Museums Open June 21

    The Ephraim Historical Foundation, celebrating its 65th anniversary, announces the opening day for its museums on June 21, from 11 am to 4 pm. There are docent led tours in each museum: the Anderson Barn Museum, Anderson Store Museum, Pioneer School, and Goodletson Cabin.

  • Historical Society Hosts “Searching for Marquette” Author

    The Door County Historical Society will host Ruth D. Nelson, author of Searching for Marquette, as guest speaker at their monthly meeting and dinner, June 23 at 6:30 pm at the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club.

  • Time to Show Off Pie-baking Skills

    The fifth annual Pie Baking Contest is part of the Old Ellison Bay Day celebration. Come one, come all with your pie-baking skills and win great prizes.

  • Roger Kuhns to Present at JHS Meeting

    Join the Jacksonport Historical Society on June 9 at 7 pm at the Jacksonport Town Hall for a geological presentation by Roger Kuhns. Kuhns will speak on the Niagara Escarpment and Niagara Dolomite.

  • Free Screening of “The City Dark”

    A free screening of The City Dark will be shown at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in north Ephraim on June 17 at 4:30 pm. The City Dark chronicles the disappearance of darkness.

  • Sister Bay Waterfront Hosts Sip & Savor and Paddlefest

    Tickle and tantalize taste buds at Sip & Savor, Sister Bay’s event on the waterfront, June 14, 1 to 5 pm. Try your hands at kayaking or Stand Up Paddleboarding at Paddlefest from 11 am to 4 pm.

  • Pen Park Celebrates Free Fishing Days

    The Wisconsin DNR is celebrating free fishing days and park open house weekend on June 7 and 8. On these days, anglers do not need a fishing license in most Wisconsin waters, and park visitors do not need a vehicle sticker.

  • Day Camp for Young Horse Enthusiasts

    Rainbow Ridge Farm is proud to offer summer day camp for young horse enthusiasts in the Door County area on July 7. As an extension of Forward Farm (Manitowoc, Wis.

  • Settlement Shops Farmers Market Begins June 11

    The growers are excited to begin the season of Settlement Shops farmer’s markets on June 11. Vendors will be set up along the path from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm each Wednesday, June 11 through October 15.

  • Gather ‘Round the Ridges Campfire

    All are welcome to join The Ridges Sanctuary staff and volunteers for a relaxing, informal gathering on June 13 at 7:30 pm. Gather ‘round the campfire under the cool glow of the full moon.

  • Rummage Sale at Heritage Village

    The last few weeks the volunteers from the Door County Historical Society have been very busy fixing up the seven buildings in the Heritage Village at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Tours Begin at Parallel 44

    It’s that time again for free tours at Parallel 44. Tours are held on Saturdays through October, from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm (every hour). Stroll through their vineyards and get a behind-the-scenes view of the Production Room, where all the magic of making delicious wine happens.

  • Jacksonport Farmers Market Opens for the Season

    The Jacksonport Farmer's Market will open for the sixth season on June 10. As in the past, the market will be held at Lakeside Park on Highway 57 in Jacksonport on Tuesday mornings from 9 am until the crowd disperses through October as weather permits.

  • Gala Opening Night for Midsummer’s Music

    Midsummer’s Music Festival kicks off with a gala opening night concert event on June 13 at the Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor. A 7 pm prelude concert will be performed again this year by students of the Door County String Academy.

  • A Pair of Duo Concerts

    Ken Cowan, one of North America’s finest concert organists and recording artists, returns to Door County in collaboration with violinist Lisa Shihoten in concert at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church on June 15 at 7 pm.

  • Evan Murdock and the Imperfect Strangers at Beer Fest

    Evan Murdock and the Imperfect Strangers are bringing original country roots rock to the Door County Beer Festival stage June 14. Murdock, who earned acclaim playing with Madison bands Lonesome Rogues and Kentucky Waterfalls before forming the Imperfect Strangers, describes his music as “Midwestern Americana with a pinch of sass.

  • SHESHE at Brick Lot Pub

    On June 6 at the Brick Lot Pub & Grill, SHESHE will perform with an opening from local musicians Joshua Gregory and Elliot Goettelman as The Bent Elbows.

  • A Perfect Course for a Beginner

    I sat in my Door County kitchen last week, writing thank-you notes to friends and family as a playoff hockey game filled the background. Mom was curled up in the nearest La-Z-Boy, peppering me with questions about the rink, the players, the rules, the coaches, etc.

  • Pink Pride

    The 2014 Pink Classic Golf Tournament on June 1 beckoned golfers young and old in their finest pink threads to play a round to benefit the Sue Baldwin Fund, helping Door County residents who are fighting breast cancer.

  • Congrats, Leon!

    Leon Hasenjager recently nabbed a hole-in-one at The Orchards Golf Course in Egg Harbor.

  • Inspired by Nature

    Exhibit II will open at Fine Line Designs Gallery on June 6 with an artist reception to follow on June 7, 4 to 7 pm. Fiber artist Martha Fieber and her husband, furniture artist Leonard Fieber will join painters Steve Gerhartz and Richard Patt as well as ceramic artist Jude Ryan Reiling for the evening.

  • Art and Jazz Reception

    Mr. Helsinki Restaurant and Wine Bar will exhibit the work of Chicago artist Ken Klopack from June 4 through the end of July. An opening reception featuring jazz vocalist Gaye Klopack and pianist John Paluch is scheduled for June 6 at Mr.

  • Paintings from the Silk Road

    Sandra Place of Santa Fe, New Mexico and summer resident of Egg Harbor will present an exhibit of pastel paintings, primarily figurative and market scenes, inspired by her travels in Uzbekistan in May, 2012, at Base Camp Coffee in Sister Bay.

  • Be A Puppet Creator

    Join Teresa Gifford from Assemblage Studio for a day of creativity at Alchemy Fields in Bailey Harbor on June 21, 10 am to 4 pm. The workshop is titled “Altered Doll Trunk Garden Theatre.

  • Space to Breathe

    Plum Bottom Pottery & Gallery invites the community to view the latest collection of paintings from Door County artist Mary White in their newly expanded gallery space.

  • Exhibiting Emerging and Established Artists

    The Hardy Gallery continues tradition with the opening of its 52nd Annual Juried Exhibit, an exhibition showcasing a broad range of work by local and regional visual artists.

  • Local Winner

    Nearly 500 beautiful photos of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior were submitted to the Office of the Great Lakes annual photo contest. Winning photographs are featured in the 2014–2015 Wisconsin’s Great Lakes calendar, which will be distributed at the 2014 State Fair and at state parks and visitor centers along Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.

  • Portraits on Display

    The fifth annual Door Prize for Portraiture opens for public viewing June 27 at Chez Cheryl Artspace. The exhibit will be up through July 26. This invitational exhibition focuses on the varied styles and rich interpretation presented in a variety of media by 24 artists.

  • Monarch Mural

    The Monarch Butterfly Project is already underway at The Center for Handmade Paper at Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor. Fifteen fifth graders, along with their art teacher Candace Cole, from Nicolet Elementary School of Green Bay participated in creating a mini mural.

  • A Poet’s Photography

    Now through June 30th at the Third Avenue Playhouse Art Gallery is Enter the Forest – an exhibit of the photo art of poet and photographer Sharon Auberle.

  • Trees and Pure Abstraction

    The Door County Art League (DCAL) Gallery, Fish Creek, is featuring the art of Beverly Hart Branson and Stephanie C. Holznecht as artists of the week for June 7 – 13.

  • Landscapes in Two Mediums

    From June 1 to 28, the Meadows Art Gallery will show the work of two Door County artists: Kathy Wagner and Connie Glowacki. Wagner, a member of the nursing staff at the Scandia Village, is a fine art photographer.

  • In-store Pastel Demos

    June is “pastel month” and every Saturday of the month, from 10 – 11 am, Artists Guild will offer in-store demos for different pastel media. The demo for pan pastels is June 7, June 14 is an oil pastel demo, June 21 is for pastel pencils and June 28 will be a stencil demo.

  • Summer Open House

    Sturgeon Bay's Greco Gallery "An Artistic Boutique" invites the public to an Artists Reception and Summer Open House on June 12 from 5 – 8 pm. Meet the artists who belong to this noncommissioned, collective gallery, view their latest work, and enjoy complimentary refreshments along with music in the courtyard by Elliot Goettelman and Deathfolk (Jessica Holland and Nick Hoover).

  • Publishing and Promoting Work

    McArdle Library and Write On, Door County announce a special presentation by author Victor Foia, author of the Dracula Chronicles. Foia will address his approach to the craft of writing, as well as self-publishing and promoting his work.

  • Poetry on Love and Life

    Jude Genereaux, who calls both Long Lake and Ellison Bay home, will be the featured poet in the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s Dickinson Poetry Series on June 11 at 7 pm.

  • Publication Picnic Party

    Leadership Door County, Class of 2014, announces the publication of the anthology What’s Behind the Door? Everyone has a story…, which features the works of Door County writers and benefits Write On, Door County.

  • Skateboards for a Cause

    Skateboards for a Cause is on display at Greco Gallery "an artistic boutique" now until June 21. The skateboards being displayed at Greco Gallery were painted by high school students in an effort to raise additional monies for amenities at the Sturgeon Bay Skate Park; such amenities as shade, benches and possibly bleachers, for the park.

  • Long-awaited Honors

    Over the more than 50 years that Southern Door has been in existence, one of the proud educational traditions observed at this time of year is recognition of the graduating class valedictorian and salutatorian.

  • Q&A – Questions & Artists: Kyle Buckland

    I first became interested in Kyle Buckland’s work when I saw images of his paintings on Facebook. As a prospective member of the American Impressionist Society, I receive work on Facebook on a daily basis that members have posted.

  • Grandpa Zak

    On my nightstand rest a few things. Usually there’s a recently published magazine — GQ, Esquire or Sports Illustrated. A book for class might keep it company, depending on the semester.

  • Sprucing Up Plum Island

    At 7 am on May 17, thirteen people from Friends of Plum and Pilot Island (FOPPI) boarded the ferry bound for Washington Island. But they had a different final destination in mind; their journey was to Plum Island.

  • American Folklore Theatre Announces New Company Name

    American Folklore Theatre (AFT) announced their company’s new name on a beautiful summer evening at their annual “Raise the Curtain” fundraising event at the Alpine Resort in Egg Harbor on May 25.

  • Wood Orchard Market Welcomes You Try Before You Buy

    When I spot a mustard, jam or salsa up for a taste or two – I partake. I crane my neck and reach past fellow samplers in search of the pretzels, crackers, or chips for dipping.

  • Lynn Gudmundsen & David Hatch Perform Throughout Door County

    Five years ago, Door County musician Lloyd Michelson introduced fellow musicians Lynn Gudmundsen and David Hatch “musically and as a couple,” smiles Gudmundsen.