The kids might be back and school and summer might be turning into fall but there’s still plenty of fun to be had in Door County.
Starting on Friday Sept. 14 and lasting throughout the entire weekend is the Washington Island Literary Festival. This year’s theme “Words on Water,” is celebrating, reflecting upon, and generating literature with a focus upon topics, plots, issues, and ideas concerning water. Get tickets>>
On Saturday Sept. 15, the Peninsula Century Fall Challenge. Take on Northern Door County’s challenging hills with the century route, or take on a scenic, but less demanding, 25-mile ride and along the shore. Finish with a post-ride party at Sister Bay’s Waterfront Park featuring food from local chefs, live music and beer from the Door County Brewing Company. Register now!>>
And finish out the weekend at the Harvest Festival, Car Show & Street Auction in Sturgeon Bay. Usher in the spirit of autumn with a bountiful day on Third Avenue. Features include a classic car show, craft show, food booths, in-store specials, children’s activities, and live entertainment. Preview unique street art and attend the live auction. Read more>>
If you’re looking for more things to do this weekend be sure to check out our events calendar or pick up this week’s issue of the Peninsula Pulse for the most up-to-date information on everything happening in Door County.