The Gibraltar Historical Association will host accordion player Roger Boll on July 19, 2 pm, when he presents a living-history event, shares his knowledge of the accordion and shows some of his instrument collection. Boll has been performing in the greater Milwaukee area for more than 50 years, and he serves as president of the Milwaukee Accordion Club. Take a lawn chair or blanket to enjoy this presentation in Fish Creek’s Noble Square.
The Gibraltar Historical Association also offers two historical, docent-led tours through Fish Creek. Both start at 9 am at the Old Gibraltar Town Hall, 4176 Maple St., and end on the porch of the Alexander Noble House Museum. The walks will be canceled in case of rain.
Wednesday tours head toward Main Street going south, and Saturday tours head west and wrap around Main Street. Both introduce visitors to the historical buildings in downtown Fish Creek and provide insight into the early days of this Door County settlement.
Free audio tours are also available by using a cell phone. Rack cards are available on the front porch of the Noble House, 4167 Main St., or at the Fish Creek visitor center, 4097 Main St.
Learn more about these offerings and others at historicnoble.org.