• The Door County Triathlon is filling fast, with the Half Iron distance more than 80 percent full, and the sprint over 50 percent full. Race Director Sean Ryan is urging Door County residents to sign up soon.
“Once we are full, the only way to ‘squeeze someone in’ is to ‘squeeze someone else out’,” he said. “In other words, it’s not possible.”
To register or learn more, visit http://www.doorcountytriathlon.com.
• The Gibraltar Junior Prom Post-Prom Planning Committee is looking for contributions to the annual post-prom party scheduled for May 21. The Sister Bay Bowl has again agreed to host the event that will provide a safe, free, and supervised post-prom party for teens from 11pm – 2:30am.
The Post-Prom Committee is seeking donations of prizes or cash for door prizes. To make a donation, contact Patti Daubner at 920.421.0399 or mail donations to Patti Daubner, 8949 W. Meadow Road, Baileys Harbor, WI 54209. Checks should be made payable to “Gibraltar Post-Prom Account.”
• The Village of Egg Harbor is looking for donations to put toward the construction of a dog park at the corner of Harbor School Road and Church Street, near the fire station. The park will cost $20,000 after the village donates the land for the park.
Donations can be made to Harbor Hounds, 5110 Alpen Lane, Egg Harbor, WI 54209. Email [email protected] for more information.
• The League of Women Voters is hosting a “Get to Know the League” event at the Log Den in Egg Harbor on Thursday, April 14 from 4:30 – 6 pm. People will have a chance to meet league member, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and conversation, and reflect on the mission and issues of the League of Women Voters. Conatact Ann Hippensteel at 920.743.3337 or [email protected] by April 11 to RSVP.
• The Town of Baileys Harbor will have its annual meeting Tuesday, April 12 at 7 pm in the town hall.
• The Door County Invasive Species Team will meet April 18 at Crossroads at Big Creek to discuss issues facing the shoreline of the Door Peninsula. Dr. Val Klump of the Milwaukee School of Freshwater Science will discuss large scale ecological impacts to the Great Lakes, and Carrie Webb of the Wisconsin Department of Natrual Resources will talk about beach grooming regulations and what shoreline property owners can do about invasive species problems.