Jazz, printmaking and world languages highlight the upcoming weekend on the Door Peninsula. Check out our top picks for the weekend ahead!
Friday, February 19
Janet Planet, hailed as the “voice of the New Jazz Culture,” will take the stage at Door County Fire Company at 7 pm on Friday night as part of Ministry Door County Medical Center’s “Celebrate Community” Winter Concert Series.
Saturday, February 20
Learn the art of printmaking with the help of The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum during Saturday’s Family Art Day at Peninsula School of Art. The demonstration will showcase how a traditional letter wood type press works followed by a workshop, which is offered to anyone interested in making their own letter press cards and posters. 9 am.
Enjoy poetry in a variety of world languages during Write On, Door County’s annual Mother Language Day celebration. 4 pm.
Enjoy the second of three Peninsula Music Festival’s 2016 February Fest performances this Saturday featuring PMF principal oboe Eric Olson and violist Ellen Olson, along with pianist Judith Jackson. The concert will feature the music of Shatin, Beethoven, Clarke and Loeillet. 2 pm.
Enjoy the old-timey folk, acoustic guitar and banjo, and captivating harmonies of Door County duo Deathfolk during the Door Community Auditorium’s coffeehouse concert in the Fireside Lobby. 7 pm.
Sunday, February 21
Join Chuck and Estella Lauter for an afternoon presentation of their safari to Tanzania last November. The program will include a DVD of the animals and landscape and a presentation in two voices about the people, ideas and history they encountered in the many hours they spent with three African guides over 17 days. 3 pm.