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Volume 21, Issue 33 – Section 1

In this issue

  • Former Southern Door Coaches Lead St. Norbert Football Forward

    Dan McCarty has been a head coach in Brussels, Wis., and in Eidsvoll, Norway. His career as an assistant has taken him to Sturgeon Bay, where he won a state championship, UW-Stout, UW-Eau Claire, and Minnesota-Duluth.

  • Adopt An Angler

    Sturgeon Bay is in full swing prepping for the upcoming Bassmaster Angler of the Year (AOY) Championships, Sept. 17-20, taking place at CenterPointe Marina in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Northern Door Volleyball League

    The Northern Door Volleyball League wrapped up on Aug. 19, with Husby’s taking the league title for the third consecutive year. Check the next issue of the Pulse to see the final standings and results from Aug.

  • Door County League Baseball

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • 2015 Women’s Double Header League Softball

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • The Trumpeter Swans of Seney

    There are few wildlife viewing preserves in the Midwest, other than the Horicon State and National Wildlife Refuge, that can match the Seney National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) for rather easily observing and getting remarkably close to wild birds and mammals.


    We are in the midst of that toasty torrid time commonly called the Dog Days of Summer. In the northern hemisphere, this is generally the hottest, most sultry spell of the year.

  • Women’s Equality Day

    On Aug. 26, 1920 – after decades of work by suffragettes and others concerned with women’s rights – the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was passed, granting women the right to vote.

  • The Climate Corner

    What’s not to like about birds? Wisconsin is fortunate to enjoy phenomenal bird diversity that helps make our state a very special place. But let’s put my obvious bird bias aside.

  • Eating Green

    Avocado is a crown jewel of the healthy eating fad sweeping the country. Once reserved for guacamole, it is now a staple in burgers, smoothies and salads.

  • Article posted Thursday, August 20, 2015 2:39pm

    The glass ceiling for women in the sciences is cracking. A recent study of applications for tenure-track positions in the sciences at various universities shows that, more often than not, selection committees would rather hire women than men.

  • Cougar Sighting in Marinette County

    Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources biologists have confirmed a cougar sighting in northeast Marinette County. On Aug. 4, the department received a trail camera photo of a cougar taken July 19 from a Marinette County landowner.

  • Opening the Doors

    Open Door Bird Sanctuary is opening to the public on three upcoming Saturdays: Aug. 22, Aug. 29 and Sept. 5. The sanctuary will be open from 12 – 4 pm on each of the three Saturdays with a special Raptor Program presented at 2 pm.

  • Bring Almost Anything with a Plug

    Cyber Green will be at the Baylake Bank Sister Bay Financial Center on Aug. 22, 8 am – 12 pm, to recycle used electronics as a fundraiser for the United Way of Door County, organized by Baylake Bank.

  • More Monitoring of Great Lakes Fish

    The U.S Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, has received a $6.5 million Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant to monitor pollutants in Great Lakes fish for the next five years.

  • Far From the Madding Crowd: Liberty Grove Town Parks

    Door County offers five popular state parks, three of them in Northern Door, as well as a number of county parks and Land Trust properties. But for those who like to relax far from the madding crowd, the Township of Liberty Grove maintains 14 small public parks.

  • Retiring from His Route

    Mention paper boy to most people, especially those who grew up in a small town a few generations ago, and the picture in their minds is likely to be a Norman Rockwell-type scene – a red-haired youngster on his bike, aiming for front porches at top speed so he can make it to baseball practice on time.

  • Women’s Fund Making a Difference

    Building Her Future…Builds our Community! was the theme for this year’s Women’s Fund of Door County’s luncheon. Now in its 6th year this event attracts a sellout crowd and was again held at Stone Harbor Resort and Conference Center in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Article posted Thursday, August 20, 2015 2:16pm

    Are you looking for a great companion? Look no further than Reacher. Reacher is a one-and-a-half-year-old male Labrador mix. He is a strong, handsome guy with a black body and white chest.

  • Pet Talk

    Q. How can we get our dog to stop jumping up on people? She gets so excited when she sees people and I know some people don’t like it. A. Puppies jump on people to get closer to their faces so they can say hello and get attention, the same as they do with their canine mothers.

  • Door County History in Pictures

    The Johnson Coffee Shop just south of Ephraim is now a private home. Photo courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum, 18 N. 4th Ave., Sturgeon Bay.

  • Construction Update

    Hwy. 42 Village of Sister Bay Schedule: July 2015 to June 2016 Length: 0.8 miles Cost: $5.8 million Location: Country Walk Drive to Scandia Road Description: This project involves the reconstruction of Hwy.

  • Life Notes

    BIRTH Heather Koontz, Sturgeon Bay, is the mother of a daughter born on Aug. 11, 2015, at Ministry Door County Medical Center. Maternal grandparents are Kelly Lumaye and Ken Lesandrini, Sturgeon Bay, and the late Greg Koontz. PASSINGS Audrey A. Hatch Aug. 8, 1917 – Aug. 18, 2015 Audrey A. Hatch, 98, of Sister Bay […]

  • Mary Ellen Smith Earns Distinguished Service in Public Health Nursing Award

    Mary Ellen Smith, RN, BSN, Door County Public Health Nurse, was awarded the Distinguished Service in Public Health Nursing: Cornelia van Kooy Award. Smith was recognized for her achievements at the 18th Annual Public Health Nursing Conference on Aug.

  • Community Clinic Welcomes Women to Cancer Support Group

    The Community Clinic of Door County welcomes women who have been diagnosed with cancer and are in the process of cancer treatment or have completed treatment to join the new Women to Women cancer support group.

  • Collin Dahl to Discuss Legal and Financial Issues after Death

    Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming presentation on “Are Your Affairs In Order? Legal and Financial Issues after Death,” on Aug.

  • JHS Remembers Frank Butts

    Join the Jacksonport Historical Society on Aug. 26 at 7 pm at the Jacksonport Town Hall for a presentation about Frank Butts, “A Remembered Jacksonport Resident.

  • Women’s Fund Opens Fall Sustainability Grant Cycle

    The Women’s Fund of Door County announced the opening of its Sustainability Fall Grant cycle. Through its grants to charitable agencies, it seeks to enable women and girls to reach their full potential.

  • Nelson Healing Center Welcomes New Massage Therapist

    On Aug. 27 everyone is invited to attend a reception and a farewell event taking place at Nelson Healing Center. They bid farewell to Dr. Danielle Partain, who is leaving her practice in Sturgeon Bay for the Seattle area in mid-September to advance her career.

  • Nelson Healing Center Welcomes New Massage Therapist

    On Aug. 27 everyone is invited to attend a reception and a farewell event taking place at Nelson Healing Center. They bid farewell to Dr. Danielle Partain, who is leaving her practice in Sturgeon Bay for the Seattle area in mid-September to advance her career.

  • Josh McDowell to Speak at TPAC

    Josh McDowell, a speaker who has talked in 125 countries, will be featured at the Trueblood Performing Arts Center (TPAC) on Sept. 5 at 6 pm and on Sept.

  • Learn to Save Lives at SB/LG Fire Station

    The Sister Bay & Liberty Grove Fire Department is partnering with the American Safety & Health Institute to offer classes to educate the community in the proper method of using an AED and performing CPR.

  • Celebrate Women’s Equality Day at Bj?rklunden

    Get to know the Door County League of Women Voters and celebrate Women’s Equality Day on Sept. 15, 5 – 7 pm, at Bj?rklunden. This event is an opportunity for: friends and neighbors who may wonder what the League is all about; newer League members to mingle and get to know “experienced” members; all League members to reflect on the history of the League; honoring Women’s Equality Day; enjoying an evening with food, friends and entertaining conversation.

  • Story Church Campaign at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

    Prince of Peace Lutheran Church’s Pastor James Gomez believes that The Story, a Zondervan bestseller, is the right tool to increase Biblical literacy through the Story Church Campaign.

  • Grand Champions Named from the Door County Fair

    The Door County Fair recently announced their open class champions. The following are open class exhibitors that received special recognition at the 2015 Door County Fair in the non-animal categories: Flowers and House Plants – Dave Hunt, Grand Champion; Anthony Birdsall, Laura Meikle & Mary Mueller, Champions; Anthony Birdsall, Sally Schlise, Judeen Hanson, Kathy Bretl, Judeen Hanson, Lori Holtz, Monica Haen, Gayla Motquin, Pam Bretl & Ricki Mitchell, Best of Show; Cultural Arts & Crafts – Eric Smith, Grand Champion; Gayla Motquin, Sophia Lautenbach & Emajean Harmann, Champions; Photography – Suzanne Moreaux, Grand Champion; Becky Ulberg, Dawn VandeVoort & Jessica Smith, Champions; Woodworking – Dan Ploor, Grand Champion; Brent Braun, Mike Riederer & Dan Ploor, Champions; Food and Nutrition – Lisa Mueller, Grand Champion; Theresa Kinnard, Ricki Mitchell & Jan Guilette, Champion; Clothing/Sewing – Joyce DeKeyser, Grand Champion; Linda Anderson, Champion; Knitting and Crocheting – Christy Sully, Grand Champion; Joyce DeKeyser, Sharon Sternard & Amelia Canilho, Champions; Home Furnishings and Needlework – Lana Ferr, Grand Champion; Linda Anderson, Dawn VandeVoort & Lana Ferry, Champions.

  • Baileys Harbor’s Spot for Gas and Gatherings

    Back in the day, men used to gather ’round the potbelly stove in the general store to drink coffee and share news (and quite likely chew tobacco and spit, which their wives didn’t permit at home).

  • Bridal Event with a Bang

    Wedding season is in full swing on the Door Peninsula and its beautiful backdrop has already accentuated many of these summer ceremonies. While the county provides nuptial-seekers with the atmosphere and aesthetic for one of history’s oldest institutions, it will soon provide an outlet for planning and preparing for the big day.


    Crop prices (Aug. 17) Rio Creek Feed Mill - Algoma Commodity Price Basis Corn $3.30/bushel -0.34 Soybeans $8.75/bushel -0.50 Wheat (SRW) $4.52/bushel -0.

  • Door County Brewing Company Introduces L’Automne

    Door County Brewing Company’s new Farmhouse Ale L’automne will be available Sept. 1. Motivated by Bière de Garde, L’automne is a seven percent ABV fall seasonal that will be available September through November in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

  • “Discover Wisconsin” Crew Stops in the County

    Mariah Haberman and some of the crew from Discover Wisconsin were recently in the county filming for three upcoming episodes. One of their stops included Sturgeon Bay, where Haberman met with the owners of Nistebox for a spring 2016 episode.

  • Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin Grants Are Available

    Proposals for Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin grant-funded projects are now being accepted from individuals, groups, businesses and organizations involved in Wisconsin agriculture, food processing, food distribution, food warehousing, retail food establishments or agricultural tourism sites.

  • Open House at Ellison Bay Pottery

    To celebrate their 41st year and John Dietrich’s birthday, Ellison Bay Pottery has planned an open house on Aug. 22, 1 – 5 pm. Cupcakes and beverages will be served.

  • Haying Opportunities on CRP Acreage

    Door County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Tim Siehr recently announced that participants enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) may now request to hay or graze certain acres enrolled in CRP under the program’s managed haying/grazing provisions.

  • Wine:30

    There are several main characteristics of wine and food that are instrumental in pairing food with wine: Acidity This is the most important characteristic in pairing food and wine.

  • Cherry Bounce and Fritz the Lawnmower Man

    I love a good cherry beer. Always have. Always will. My first successful homebrew experiment was a cherry stout, using as a base one of the recipes in Charlie Papazian’s landmark homebrew book.


    The Pulse’s Stephen Grutzmacher with his newlywed daughter, Molly (Grutzmacher) Gallico. Molly married Phil Gallico on Aug. 15, 2015 in Milwaukee. Photo submitted by Barb Grutzmacher.

  • Congratulations to Madi Mydra, of The Singing Donut!

    Meet Singing Donut server Madi She’s loved by customers quite madly She said as she watched the donuts fry: “This year’s my last at Gibraltar High.” She has two dogs and a beta fish, And served me a donut in a paper dish On the weekends she lounges in the sun, And plays in the water for her summer fun.

  • Article posted Thursday, August 20, 2015 12:02pm

    Which African country is considered the Lightning Capital of the World (it receives nearly 2.5 times the amount of lightning as Florida)?

  • Article posted Thursday, August 20, 2015 12:00pm

    Dear Mary Pat, Our community sponsors weekly live music in a park during the summer. The musicians are always talented and very professional. Unfortunately, many children seem to be unsupervised and run back and forth in packs right in front of the stage.

  • Overheard and Shout Outs

    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?

  • Day in Death’s Door

    A group of retired Door County residents have a hiking club led by Al Wittenkeller. They hike together from October to March (and snowshoe in the winter months), and every summer Wittenkeller organizes a special outing.

  • Upland Hike of The Ridges Newest Property

    Join a naturalist on Aug. 27 at 10 am to explore the newest addition to The Ridges’ campus. This recently acquired property forms the northern boundary of The Ridges and features ledges, a hardwood forest, open fields and many opportunities to see birds and blooms in a variety of habitats.

  • Go for A Picnic on the Preserve

    The Door County Historical Society’s monthly dinner meeting will be a Picnic on the Preserve at the Heritage Village at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay, on Aug.

  • Door County Maritime Museum Announces Classic & Wooden Boat Festival Winners

    Keith Miller of Northbrook, Ill., earned Best of Show with his boat Time Bandit in a field of 35 boats at the Door County Maritime Museum Classic & Wooden Boat Festival Aug.

  • Stomp at Harvest Fest

    Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery will host the sixth annual Harvest Fest on Sept. 12, 12 – 6 pm. Join in celebrating wines made with grapes grown in Wisconsin and the upper Midwest.

  • “Sylvia” Opens at TAP Aug. 27

    Stage Door Theatre Co. presents Sylvia at Third Avenue Playhouse, with opening night benefit on Aug. 27 at 7:30 pm for the Door County Humane Society.

  • Birch Creek Introduces Fall Concert Series

    Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor is pleased to introduce a series of three concerts to run from September through October this fall.

  • Three-Part Harmonies from Genre-Bending Musicians

    Harpeth Rising is next to take the stage at Jeanne Kuhns’ Woodwalk Concert Series on Aug. 21 at 7 pm. Harpeth Rising chose to name themselves after a river because water is both dynamic and powerful.

  • Lost Moth Introduces New Acts to County Music Scene

    Lost Moth Gallery is excited to welcome two musicians to the gallery concert series on Aug. 22 at 7 pm. Lor Chang is a blues and soul musician whose guitar playing and singing are influenced by the greats, BB King, Stevie Wonder, and many others.

  • Last Taxidermy Demonstration of the Season

    Master taxidermist Mike Orthober of Egg Harbor will be at the Door County Historical Museum most of the day on Aug. 22 mounting a specimen for the museum’s “Seasons of Life” display.

  • Registration Open for Adult Dancin’ on the Door Classes

    Dancin’ on the Door has opened registration for the late summer/fall adult dance, fitness, and art enrichment season. With a focus on mind and body total health, classes include zumba, yoga, classical stretch movement, belly dance, jazz, tap, ballet, paint and sip, and a thriller flash mob.

  • Barn Dance at Idlewild Farms

    The sixth annual barn dance for the local S.H.O.W. (Stock Horse of Wisconsin) group will be held Aug. 22 at Idlewild Farms. The dance includes a buffet of three meats, side dishes, many desserts, a beer and wine cooler bar, and live music from the Modern Day Drifters.

  • Remembering the Peshtigo Fire with Barb Chisholm

    The Door County Historical Society’s Aug. 23 program at Heritage Village at Big Creek recalls the night of the Peshtigo Fire. On the evening of Oct. 8, 1871 the worst recorded forest fire in North American history raged through Northeastern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, destroying millions of dollars of property, timberland, and between 1,200 and 2,400 lives.

  • English Country Tea at Heritage Village

    The Door County Historical Society invites visitors to partake in an English Country Tea at the Heritage Village at Big Creek on Aug. 29. Tea will be served in a log home, the Warren House, with the plain surroundings of the farm folk who were typical of the rural settlers in Door County.

  • “June Falling Down” Premieres Sept. 19

    June Falling Down, a feature film made in Door County in the summer and fall of 2014, will host its premiere on the night of Sept. 19 at Ephraim Village Hall.

  • “Heretics and Heroes” at Bjorklunden

    From Sept. 13 – 18, Lawrence University’s Bj?rklunden is offering the seminar “Heretics and Heroes” with Dan Taylor. Thomas Cahill’s Heretics and Heroes: How Renaissance Artists and Reformation Priests Created Our World is another compelling work of history that reads like a novel, and another magnificently illustrated volume in his highly acclaimed Hinges of History series.

  • Quiet Your Mind on Washington Island

    “Moving into Stillness” is the theme for an all-levels yoga workshop at the Hotel Washington’s Studio, Sept. 11 – 13. Leading the event are Rocky Delaplaine and Suzanne Stevens, who have worked together for more than 20 years in the Women’s Collaborative Leadership Community.


    ALPINE Alpine Men’s Golf League (Aug. 11) • Low Gross: A Flight – Darryl Severson, Pete Hickey & Bob Manson 42; B Flight – Harry Proctor 40; C Flight – Jocko Rader 44; D Flight – Paul Wiesner Sr.


    Sept. 5: Night Golfing, Stonehedge Golf, starts at dusk. $30 per person. Call 920.868.1861. Sept. 27: 2nd Annual Little Eddie Big Cup Scramble, Peninsula State Park Golf Course

  • Kindness and Boldness

    Dorothy McDowell and Bethany Kirwen are the Door County Art League Gallery’s artists of the week for Aug. 22 – 28. The immediacy and invigorating character of plein air painting is a creative stimulant for McDowell, the art league’s coordinator of plein air painting.

  • Night Moves

    Door County artists Rebecca Carlton and Tony Staroska announce the opening reception of “Night Moves/New Work” at Juddville Clay Studio Gallery on Aug.

  • Interdependence of All Things

    Cappaert Contemporary Gallery welcomes Santa Fe, New Mexico artist Rachel Darnell. Owner Ginnie Cappaert states, “Rachel’s work is unlike any you have seen before.

  • Visual Expose of Yunnan

    China has re-emerged as a dominant place in the modern world, yet the Yunnan province in western China, while colorful and exotic, has a less-hurried, more reflective way of life.

  • New Works for August

    The Summer Art Show at the Meadows Art Gallery in Sister Bay is winding down. This show has had Door County artists bringing in new work, changing the show’s direction throughout the summer.

  • Backyard Inspires Beauty

    The Angela Lensch Gallery welcomes stained glass artist Julie Roux Rutherford to spend the day at the gallery on Aug. 29, 12 – 5 pm. View her gorgeous pieces presently residing in the gallery and view her latest work.

  • Watch These Artists

    Join Bay Art Gallery on Aug. 22, 4 – 6 pm, for the Art, Design & Wine Reception. The following four artists will be in attendance: Annette Schuh, Barbara Schilling, Nancy Sargent and John Philbin Dolan.

  • Pro Golf Tips: Make It Routine

    What an amazing week of golf we experienced here in Wisconsin at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits. I was fortunate enough to be at the course on Friday watching all of the great players.

  • A Maritime Focus

    The Door County Maritime Museum will host the Door County Art League’s 29th Annual Members Showcase beginning with an opening reception Aug. 21, 7 – 8:30 pm.

  • Layers, Edges, Boundaries

    On Aug. 23, 4:30 – 7 pm, Woodwalk Gallery will host a reception for the three artists in its season’s third featured artist show: Anne Egan, Simon Levin and Marjorie Mau.

  • Possibilities in Silversmithing

    Silversmith Sylvia Youell will be the program speaker at the Door County Art League meeting on Aug. 24 at 7 pm at the Bertschinger Community Center, 7860 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor.

  • Inside An Old Root Cellar

    On the August afternoon I visited the Erskine Root Cellar, the interior temperature hovered just above 60 degrees. Outside, it was approaching 80. An observant person driving through the intersection of County Road V and Highway 57 in Jacksonport might notice a little cedar-shake roof protruding from the soil.

  • Rosemaling Demonstration

    Loretta Paulman will display her incredible talent for rosemaling at the Sister Bay Historical Society Corner of the Past on Aug. 22, 8:30 am – 12 pm.

  • Best In State: Rass Takes Top Honors at State Fiddle Competition

    When Hana Rass went down to Milwaukee, she was looking for a gold to win. And on Aug. 8, the 23-year-old Little Sturgeon resident did just that, taking home the honor of Grand Champion Fiddler at the 2015 Wisconsin State Fair.

  • The Bestseller List

    HARDCOVER FICTION 1. Go Set a Watchman, by Harper Lee 2. Circling the Sun, by Paula McLain 3. All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr 4. The Girl On the Train, by Paula Hawkins 5. Kitchens of the Great Midwest, by J. Ryan Stradal HARDCOVER NONFICTION 1. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, […]

  • OutDOORs with Coggin Heeringa: Herring Gulls In Heat

    On a swelteringly summer day, a visit to the beach is a great idea – for us and the birds. If we humans are roasting in high temperatures, imagine what it must be like for creatures covered in the equivalent of a down comforter.

  • 80 Seasons of Poignant Plays and Playwrights

    Peninsula Players celebrated the 80th anniversary of its first performance in July. Co-founder Richard Fisher, also a playwright, set the precedent for artistic directors to follow when selecting the lineup of works: a mix of thrills, laughs, suspense as well as classic plays and the première of new works.

  • Sturgeon Bay Braces for Bassmasters

    The Bassmasters are coming! That was the message Pam Seiler, executive director of the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center, delivered to the Sturgeon Bay Common Council at its noon meeting on Aug.

  • Our Representatives In the News

    Gov. Scott Walker Republican presidential candidate Walker said he believes the children of undocumented immigrants shouldn’t automatically have a right to American citizenship if they’re born in the United States.

  • Range Lights Now a Navigational Aid

    On Aug. 18, three members of the Coast Guard station in Two Rivers took the final steps in returning the Range Lights on the Ridges Sanctuary property into working navigational aids by removing the red and white metal directional sign that had been in place for 46 years.

  • Municipal News

    City of Sturgeon Bay:  The Finance/Purchasing & Building Committees meet at 4 pm on Aug. 25. The Parks & Recreation Committee meets at 4 pm on Aug.

  • Former Supervisor Hopes Someone Young Applies for His Post

    When Ben Meyer went from substitute teacher to being hired as a 4th grade teacher at Sunrise Elementary School in Sturgeon Bay for the coming school year, he thought he might still be able to fulfill his duties as county board supervisor for District 7 in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Egg Harbor Chooses New Administrator

    Four finalists for the Egg Harbor village administrator position spent the day in the village on Aug. 17. “It was a long day,” said outgoing Administrator Josh Van Lieshout, who takes up his new job as administrator of the City of Sturgeon Bay on Sept.

  • Bulletin

    WHAT HAPPENED • The Door County Sheriff’s Department issued a report on Aug. 18 detailing the results of the investigation into the death of Dr.

  • ‘Poet’s Nest’

    by Barbara Larsen, 98 pages, Beach Road Press, 2015. Past Door County Poet Laureate Barbara Larsen has been an integral part of the peninsula’s poetry community since 1986 when she and her late husband, George, became full-time residents in the house they had built on a Beach Road bluff overlooking the waters of Green Bay.

  • The Feeling of Motion: Ben Anschutz and the Art of Copper Sculptures

    This weekend, the Peninsula School of Art will open Unusually Natural, an exhibition of unusual media taking natural forms, from 3D printed plant-like plastic sculptures to leaf skeletons woven from strands of human hair.

  • What To Do In Door County This Weekend: Aug. 21 – 23

    Check out our top picks for the weekend ahead! Friday, Aug. 21 Water Street Hot Shots at Door County Brewing Co.: Classic tunes from the blues, hokum, string band and jug band traditions; plus some solid originals.