• Fall Fest vendors should mark their calendars to meet on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 5 pm for a pre-festival meeting.
“We want to get people to register and just go over the basics of Fall Fest,” said Carol Clikeman, president of the Sister Bay Advancement Association (SBAA).
One representative from each organization or business intending to sell food or beverages at the Oct. 12 – 14 festival in Sister Bay must attend the meeting.
At the meeting, vendors will register with the SBAA for a spot in the festival. Those that intend to serve alcohol will also be able to register with the Village of Sister Bay for temporary beer and wine permits at the meeting. Vendors should bring two separate checks if they intend to get a beer and wine permit.
Representatives from the village’s maintenance department will speak about setup procedures and go over some basic rules, and a representative from the sheriff’s department will address rules about serving alcohol.
For more information on the vendor meeting or the festival, call 920.854.3230 or email [email protected].
• The Sister Bay village board will discuss the plan to move the intersection of Highways 42 and 57 at its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 6 pm. The board may reconsider the decision to move the intersection south.
• The City of Sturgeon Bay will be posting signs encouraging people to walk rather than ride their bikes on sidewalks on Jefferson Street, 3rd Avenue, and Madison Avenue. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council unanimously voted for the signs’ placement at its Sept. 4 meeting. City ordinance does allow bicyclists to ride on sidewalks, so the signs are only advisory.