The summer season is upon us and there are too many different activities to keep track of. Good thing The Peninsula Pulse is here to help. Check out all the fun happening in Door County this weekend.
Friday, July 27
The Door County Plein Air Festival celebrates the tradition of outdoor painting with more than 35 of the finest painters from Door County and across the country. These artists will be spread out across the county capturing the summer light over the waters and fields. At the Peninsula School of art listen and learn from daily artist demonstrations, tour local partner galleries as artists paint on site, and view fresh paintings at the Collector’s Preview Gala Auction. The exhibition and sale is July 28 – Aug. 11. Read more>>
Mooooooooove over Coachella, there’s a new music festival. The Burning Cow Music Festival in Sturgeon Bay is three days of southern rock, blues, alt-country and jam bands that will climax with the burning of an immense wooden cow. Read more>>
Saturday, July 28
Doughnut to do on Saturday? At the Door County Historical Museum in Sturgeon Bay enjoy a Historical Presentation on the Salvation Army Doughnut Girls by Tom Mulinix. A doughnut girl will be giving out doughnuts and coffee to all attendees. Read more>>
Throughout all of Carlsville enjoy a parade, craft fair, music, food, a pie eating contest, doggie contest, cherry stomp, free waterslides, pet psychic readings and more fun for the whole family. Read more>>
Sunday, July 29
All the way up at the Liberty Grove Historical Society Museum Site in Ellison Bay enjoy an arts & crafts fair, delicious food, hayrides and a display of antique farm equipment. 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.