Town of Gibraltar Continues Sesquicentennial Celebration

The Town of Gibraltar – including Fish Creek, Juddville, and Maple Grove – continues its Sesquicentennial celebration with a host of activities for the entire family.

The Peninsula Art School will host the second-annual Plein Air Festival beginning July 21 and concluding August 2. Visit for a complete schedule of events.

The 34th-annual antique show will be held in the Gibraltar High School July 24 through July 26 from 10 am – 5 pm. This event is sponsored by the Sister Bay Lions Club.

The Peninsula Players Theatre will present excerpts from its 1935 premiere production Hay Fever. This event will be held in Fish Creek Park on July 25 at 4:30 pm. The community is welcome to attend this free event.

Saturday, July 26 will be a busy day in the Fish Creek village. In cooperation with the Gibraltar Historical Association, the Cherryland A’s Auto show will feature vintage automobiles on display throughout the village. Civil War singers will regale visitors with tunes reminiscent of that epic period in American history, and an exhibit of photographs depicting early Fish Creek, Juddville, and Maple Grove will be on display at the Old Town Hall. The Pie Shoppe will have slices of pie and entire pies for sale, as well as beverages, and sesquicentennial memorabilia. An ice cream social will also be held at the Top of the Hill Shops.

Beginning August 1, the Gibraltar Historical Association is hosting “A House in Mourning.” The Alexander Noble House will feature the traditions of mourning as practiced at the turn of the 20th century through October 31.

Wisconsin Public Radio in collaboration with the Door Community Auditorium will present Michael Feldman’s Whad’ya Know in a live broadcast on Saturday, August 2 at 9:30 am. Tickets are $35 and are available by calling the box office at 920.868.2728 or visiting

For additional information visit or contact the Fish Creek Information Center at 920.868.2316. To volunteer in the year-long Town of Gibraltar Sesquicentennial celebration, contact event chairman Wayne Kudick at 920.868.2262.