What To Do In Door County This Weekend: July 10-12

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out our top picks for July 10-12.

Friday, July 10

Geology of Eastern Wisconsin at Potawatomi State Park: Join guest speaker Ron Steglitz for the interesting story of how massive glaciers and warm seas contributed to the formation of the Door Peninsula. 7:30 pm.

“Dial M for Murder” at Peninsula Players: Set in 1950s London, ex-tennis pro and house husband, Tony is convinced his wealthy socialite wife, Margot, is having an affair. Between cocktails, a cat and mouse game of intrigue, blackmail and treachery begins as Tony plots the perfect murder. 8 pm.

Symphony Concert at Birch Creek: 7:30 p.m. Prelude music. 8 p.m. Concert featuring a world-class faculty educating promising young musicians by day and, under the lead of Conductor Brian Groner and Program Direction of Ricardo Castaneda, performs side-by-side on stage as a full 80-piece orchestra at night.

Saturday, July 11

Art Fair & Farmers Market at Corner of the Past: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Art Fair featuring the Door County Art League artists plus folk music. 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Farmers Market.

Annie Rose Band at von Stiehl: Classic rock. Music will be matched with cuisine by Skaliwags and von Stiehl’s gourmet wine. Free admission. 12:30 pm.

Jazz on Jefferson in Sturgeon Bay: This celebration features live music, strolling entertainers, children’s activities, food and beverages up and down the street with special events in the stores. All day.

Educating Rita” at Third Avenue Playhouse: A hilarious, and often moving, story of a woman’s determination to change her life. 7:30 pm.

Sunday, July 12

“Big Top Door County” at Berkenfeld Estate: A festive 25th Anniversary Celebration “Under the Tent.” Midsummer’s Music is joined by guest artists: Cyndy Stiehl, “Doc” Hiede, “Count Dracula,” and other Door County Favorites. 2 pm.

Root Beer Fest at Heritage Village at Big Creek: Participants will be able to sample varieties of root beers and then have the opportunity to purchase the brand they like best. Members of the Historical Society will offer root beer flower, root beer cake, root beer Fizzies, and pretzels, and munchies – some for sale and some complimentary. 2 pm.

Sunday SingAlong at Ephraim Village Hall: Presented by the Ephraim Historical Foundation. Free.