What To Do In Door County This Weekend: June 12 – 14

Looking for something to do this weekend? We’ve got you covered.

Friday, June 12

Big Mouth Trio at brewery: Join these peninsula favorites for a rockin’ good time. No cover. 7pm.

“When Butter Churns to Gold” at Northern Sky Theater: A “dash of dastardly drama and delights” to the stage. $20/adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/reserved seat. 8pm.

Steel Bridge Songfest in Sturgeon Bay: Week-long songwriting/recording that culminates in a series of performances of newly written songs.

Door County Lighthouse Festival: Access to lighthouses that aren’t typically open to the public and a variety of land or water tours. Call or visit for more information.

Saturday, June 13

Meet the Artist at Cottage Row: Featuring renowned Door County artist Charles “Chick” Peterson. 10am.

Book Reading/Signing at Door County Maritime Museum: Patricia Skalka will be reading from and signing copies of her books “Death Stalks Door County” and “Death at Gills Rock”. 11am.

Sip & Savor, Paddlefest & Goat Parade: Stand Up Paddleboarding – kayak and stand up paddleboard demos/tryouts. Goat Parade – all goats are invited to participate in the parade; goat costumes, goatees, Vikings hats and other creative endeavors are encouraged. Sip and Savor – taste of Sister Bay, live music, bonfire at sunset, and more fun for the family. 11am – 4pm.

Terry Murphy with Last Man Standing: Playing a mix of originals, classic folk, bluegrass, blues, country and vintage rock during Sip & Savor with Paddlefest. 3pm.

Sunday, June 14

Katie Dahl & Eric Lewis at Door Community Auditorium: A CD release concert for Dahl’s new CD, “Ordinary Band.” 8pm.

Farmers Market in Baileys Harbor: Browse locally made & grown products from Door County farmers & artisans featuring everything from produce to handmade clothing. Come hungry and grab lunch and dessert from one of our food vendors with ready to eat items. Rain or shine. 9am – 1pm.