What To Do In Door County This Weekend: June 19 – 21

Enjoying the 2014 Door County Beer Festival in Baileys Harbor. The fest brings more than 200 beers to the Town Hall Park again Saturday, June 20.

The first weekend of summer is nearly upon us, and it’s a big one for celebration in Door County! From beer fest to Fyr Ball, we’ve got you covered for the weekend ahead.

Friday, June 19

Ephraim Culture Day: Learn more about Ephraim’s unique history and heritage. The Ephraim Historical Foundation Museums (Anderson Barn, Anderson Store, Goodletson Cabin, Historic Iverson House, and Pioneer Schoolhouse), Bethany Lutheran Church, Ephraim Moravian Church, Ephraim Firehouse Museum, and The Hardy Gallery will be open and free to the public. Free. 11am – 4pm.

Tommy Burroughs and Eddie Smith at Woodwalk Gallery: Soul country: stout acoustic driven melodies, natural harmonies. A supercharged duo from Memphis. 7 pm.

“No Bones About It” at Northern Sky: A “rib-tickling” new musical set in the world of competitive barbecue. 8 pm.

Movie in the Park in Sturgeon Bay: “Bedtime Stories” will be shown. Come dressed in your pajamas and register to win a prize. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. 8:30 pm.

Saturday, June 20

Crossroads Trail Run: 10k, 5k, and 2k walk/run for all ages and all levels. 8 am.

Peninsula Century Spring Classic: Ride the scenic back roads of Door County and take in breathtaking views of Lake Michigan in this ride partnered with Give Door County.

Door County Beer Festival in Baileys Harbor: A celebration of craft beer, local food, culinary artisans, and live music on the shores of Baileys Harbor in Door County, Wis. 10:30 a.m. VIP event starts. 12-4 p.m. Beer Tent opens for tasting.

Kick off to Summer in Sturgeon Bay: Children and families enjoy arts and craft stations, bounce houses, petting zoo, kayak demonstrations, music, face painting, fun run, various games, sports and other activities. 10 am.

Fyr Bal Festival in Ephraim: Live music, art & craft show, alpacas and llamas, raffle, regatta, children’s activities and crafts, cake walk, free trolley rides, food, historic walking tours, pet parade, pie eating contest, traditional Scandinavian dancers, and evening bonfires and fireworks.

Sunday, June 21

Copper Box at Stone Harbor: A melting pot of Americana, roots, rock, polka, country, jazz, blues and Zydeco. 2 pm.

“Methuselah’s Guide to Online Dating (For Those With Reading Glasses)” at TAP: A cast of five will comically explore the pleasures (and pains) of online dating as practiced by people of a “certain age.” Not suitable for ages 14 & under. 2 pm.