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BULLETIN WHAT HAPPENED • The Door County Sheriff’s Department issued a report on Aug. 18 detailing the results of the investigation into the death of Dr. Jeffrey Whiteside, the 63-year-old pulmonary specialist who disappeared from Ephraim on June 29. His body was discovered on July 22 just off German Road in the Town of Liberty Grove. A .22 caliber Ruger revolver was recovered at the scene. The handgun had been discharged once. A firearm trace was completed on Aug. 6 by the Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The trace indicated the handgun was purchased by a sporting goods company in Iowa in 1963. Interviews with siblings of Dr. Whiteside revealed that this store was frequented by their father. A gun case recovered from the Whiteside boat had an impression mark that matched the revolver. Ammunition found in that case was similar to the ammunition that was in the gun. On Aug. 14 the Brown County Medical Examiner’s Office completed their report. The manner of death was determined to be suicide. The estimated date of death was June 29, 2015, time unknown. No drugs or alcohol were identified in the toxicology reports. • By virtue of the resignation of Supervisor Ben Meyer, effective Aug. 13, 2015, the Door County Board District No. 7 Supervisor position is vacant. District No. 7 encompasses the City of Sturgeon Bay – Wards 1, 2 and 29. Those wishing to be considered for appointment to the vacant Door County Board District No. 7 Supervisor position must submit a letter of interest to County Board Chairperson Dan Austad, c/o of the County Administrator, 421 Nebraska St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, or email to lholtz@co.door.wi.us. Letters of interest must be received by 4 pm, Aug. 28, 2015. Following a vetting process, County Board Chairperson Austad will nominate a person to fill the vacant Door County Board District No. 7 Supervisor position. This nomination is subject to confirmation by the County Board. The successful nominee will serve for the residue of the unexpired term (to April 18, 2016).

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• The Door County Planning and Emergency Services Departments are in the process of developing a multi-jurisdictional hazard mitigation plan in compliance with Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) requirements. Having a hazard mitigation plan certified by FEMA enables municipalities to apply for both preand post-disaster hazard mitigation funding. Meetings have been scheduled in order to present these draft chapters to and gather input from local officials, public administrators and the public. Sept. 21, 4 – 6 pm, Forestville Town Hall, Maplewood, 7705 County Hwy. H; Sept. 28, 4 – 6 pm, Peninsula Room, Door County Government Center, 421 Nebraska St., Sturgeon Bay; Sept. 29, 4 – 6 pm, Egg Harbor Town Hall, 5242 County Hwy. I.

There will be a short presentation at approximately 4:15 pm, repeated again at 5:15 pm. Participants will have the opportunity to review and comment on the risk assessment chapter, which describes natural and nonnatural hazards that have occurred in the county in the past, and hazards that may potentially affect the county in the future. Participants will also have the opportunity to review the mitigation strategies chapter, which includes specific actions, projects, activities, or processes taken to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from the impact of hazards. These documents and maps may be found on the Planning Department’s website at map.co.door.wi.us/planning/HazardMitigation-Plan.htm or viewed at the Planning Department during regular business hours (8 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday). Comments regarding the plan may be submitted at any time by email to rkerwin@co.door.wi.us, by fax to 920.746.2387, or by mail to Door County Planning Department, 421 Nebraska St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. • Russ Feingold, announced candidate for the U.S. Senate, is the featured speaker at the Door County Democrats’ annual Picnic Saturday, Aug. 29. Feingold served three terms in the Senate, earning a reputation as a principled populist. Among his notable achievements were co-authorship of the McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform Bill, and the only senator to vote against the Patriot Act. He was the recipient of the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award. He advocated for a single-payer health care system, women’s reproductive rights and same-sex marriage at a time when these were radical ideas. He fulfilled his campaign promise to hold a “listening session” each year in each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties. Here is an opportunity to meet Russ face-to-face and hear his plans for the 2016 election. Russ will be introduced by state Senator Dave Hansen. The picnic will be held at Sawyer Park Pavilion (at the west end of the Oregon Street bridge), starting at 4 pm. Admission is $7 per adult, $2 children 12 and under, age 3 and under, free, and a salad or dessert dish to pass per family. A capacity crowd is expected, so reservations are encouraged. Reservations can be made online by going to doordems.org and following the prompts, or by sending your check to Door Dems, PO Box 863, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. • The Door County Silent Sports Alliance and the Sturgeon Bay Police Department have teamed up for a bike rodeo to be held from 6 to 7:30 pm on Monday, Aug. 24, at Bay View Lutheran Church, Sturgeon Bay. The event is geared for 2nd through 6th graders, but all ages are welcome. Bike checks will be performed, so bring your bike with you. Participants will receive a Bell bike helmet donated by Habush, Habush & Rottier, S.C. Participants can also register their bikes with the police department.

COUNTY OF DOOR www.co.door.wi.gov 920.746.2200 421 Nebraska St. Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 County Clerk: Jill Lau jlau@co.door.wi.us

BAILEYS HARBOR www.townofbaileysharbor.com 920.839.9509 2392 County F Baileys Harbor, WI, 54202 Clerk: Doug Smith tbaileysharbor@dcwis.com

Former Supervisor Hopes Someone Young Applies for His Post by JIM LUNDSTROM jim@ppulse.com

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hen Ben Meyer went from substitute teacher to being hired as a 4th grade teacher at Sunrise Elementary School in Sturgeon Bay for the coming school year, he thought he might still be able to fulfill his duties as county board supervisor for District 7 in Sturgeon Bay. But he realized that “this first year of teaching is going to be wonderfully overwhelming and will take up a lot of my time,” he said. “The citizens of Door County deserve someone who can put a little more effort into it. I’m hoping they find someone excellent to do just that.” Meyer did find that while serving as a substitute teacher during the 2014-15 school year it was hard to make the county board’s morning meetings. “There is an unwritten rule that you really need to have time available during the day to be able to function on the county board. I would very much like to see that change,” Meyer said. “It’s one of those things that’s it’s always been that way. There’s not really a good reason for it. Meetings can be run more efficiently. They can happen less frequently and they can happen at times of day so people who have day jobs can attend and hopefully serve.” At 38 and as the second youngest member of the board – Washington Island Supervisor Joel Gunnlaugsson is a couple months younger – Meyer was several decades younger than most of his colleagues on the county board. “I would like to see a younger person step up. I think there’s a great opportunity for young adults to serve on the county board,” he said. “I think that perspective from the retired age is definitely well represented on the county board and is very valuable with the years of experience and the wisdom that comes with it. What we could use is some more of the movers and shakers, the business owners, the people whose kids are still in school. I think the young person’s perspective is needed.” Meyer joined the county board in 2008, and at the same time was serving on the Sturgeon Bay Common Council. “I got on the city council first and then the county board,” he said. “I got into local politics shortly after becoming a father and realizing that someone needs to look out for the interests of the next generation. I thought this was a way for me to do that.” Meyer said his proudest moment serving on the board was being involved in the creation of the Door County Bicycle, Pedestrian and Recreational Facilities Master Plan. “I and other members of the community, along with John Kolodziej [the county highway commissioner], and members of the Planning Dept., we got together and wrote the grant to get that rolling and have shepherded

TOWN OF BRUSSELS 920.825.7618 Mailing: 8674 Cty H, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Meetings: Community Center, 1366 Junction Rd, Brussels Clerk: JoAnn Neinas

TOWN OF CLAY BANKS 920.746.9617 597 Lower LaSalle Rd. Algoma, WI 54201 Clerk: Jessica Bongle sjbongle@dcwis.com

that through, and now it’s officially adopted,” he said. “Over the next 10, 20 years, I’m looking forward to seeing that plan implemented as county roads come up for reconstruction.” He is also proud to be a part of a county board that went to electronic agenda packages rather than huge packets of paper for all 21 members. “We were kind of pioneers in the world of Wisconsin county government to use tablets,” he said. “I distinctly remember being a part of a meeting where we calculated the cost savings of not using paper for our meeting packets. It was very clear after making those simple calculations that these tablet computers really will save taxpayers’ money.” But he believes the county could do even more. “The county uses more paper than it needs to, which delays the speed at which we do business,” Meyer said. Asked what advice he might give his successor, Meyer said that person should get to know county government operations. “I would advise them to meet with the department heads and get to know what each department does,” he said. “Ask for tours and go on tours. And really get to the bottom of what the county does. We do a lot of different things that aren’t very visible to the public.” Meyer was the second supervisor to resign from the county board this month. Former District 18 Supervisor Holly Runquist submitted her resignation effective Aug. 7. She was one of three women on the 21-member board. The county is accepting applications for the District 7 and 18 supervisor positions through 4 pm on Aug. 28. Submit a letter of interest to County Board Chair Dan Austad, c/o of the County Administrator, 421 Nebraska St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, or email to lholtz@co.door.wi.us. The successful nominee will serve to April 18, 2016.

TOWN OF EGG HARBOR www.townofeggharbor.org 920.743.6141 5242 County I Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Clerk: Pam Krauel towneggharbor@newwis.com

VILLAGE OF EGG HARBOR www.villageofeggharbor.org 920.868.3334 7860 Hwy 42 Egg Harbor, WI 54209 Clerk: Lynn Ohnesorge lohnesorge@ villageofeggharbor.org


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MUNICIPAL NEWS City of Sturgeon Bay: The Finance/ Purchasing & Building Committees meet at 4 pm on Aug. 25. The Parks & Recreation Committee meets at 4 pm on Aug. 26. County of Door: The Door County Board of Supervisors meets at 9 am on Aug. 25. The Board of Adjustment meets at 6:30 pm on Aug. 25. Village of Ephraim: The Board of Trustees will hold a public meeting at the Ephraim Village Hall, 9996 Water St., on Aug. 26, from 4-7 pm to hear from Village of Ephraim property owners on the proposed Water Street streetscape plan. Public comments will be limited to three minutes per person. If you cannot attend the meeting you can send written comment to Brent Bristol, village administrator, at bbristol@ephraimwisconsin.com or PO Box 138, Ephraim, WI 54211. Town of Gibraltar: The Plan Commission meets at 7 pm on Aug. 25. Town of Jacksonport: The town board meets at 7 pm on Aug. 25. Town of Liberty Grove: The Highway Committee meets at 8 am on Aug. 24. The Finance Committee meets at 6:30 pm on Aug. 25. Village of Egg Harbor: Among changes the village board recently made to its public nuisance ordinance is one that bans a popular 4th of July Parade practice of people on floats squirting the audience with water. The ordinance bans “Throwing, launching any projectile, water balloon, toy or object as well as shooting any water cannon, hose, squirt gun, aerosol (silly) string while participating in or as a spectator of any public concert, parade, gathering or assembly.” “Yes, unfortunately this has been an issue for us in Egg Harbor for the last several years,” said Village Administrator Josh Van Lieshout. “Despite distributing information sheets at parade line up with the rules, some participants seem intent on engaging in such activities. We’re not out to stop all the fun, but we’ve had enough complaints about ruined cameras, innocent grandmas getting drenched, and need to put a stop to it. Fortunately no one has been seriously injured and no one has put anything other than water in balloons. We’re not the fun police. The village enjoys having the parade, fireworks and all the festivities, and will continue to support them in the future, but water balloons and water cannons need to stop.” The Plan Commission meets at 6 pm on Aug. 25. The Harbor Committee meets at 10 am on Aug. 26. —Pulse Staff

EPHRAIM www.ephraim-wisconsin.com 920.854.5501 10005 Norway and Hwy Q Ephraim, WI 54211 Administrator/Clerk Brent Bristol office@ephraim-wisconsin.com

Competitors in the 2015 Spring Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament held in mid-May. Photo by Len Villano.

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he Bassmasters are coming! That was the message Pam Seiler, executive director of the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center, delivered to the Sturgeon Bay Common Council at its noon meeting on Aug. 18. “They call it the Super Bowl of fishing,” Seiler said of the Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship, which is being held in Sturgeon Bay Sept. 17-20. “This probably is the largest event we have seen here in our community.” She described the event as similar to NASCAR, with professional bass anglers participating in nine tournaments to qualify for one of the 50 spots in the season-culminating Angler of the Year Championship. It’s the first time the event has been held in Wisconsin. Sturgeon Bay was chosen because in the spring of 2014 Bassmasters Magazine ranked the waters off Door County as the No. 1 bass fishing spot in the nation. Seiler said in talking with other communities that have hosted the event in the past, the economic impact lasts far beyond the actual event and can add up to millions. “We really felt as though it was a good investment in our community by bringing this event here,” she said. Headquarters for the event is CenterPointe Marina. Seiler said two blocks leading up to the marina will be closed off to allow for a farmers market, various vendors and demos. Special events will be held during the four-day event, including Bassmaster Fan Day and Military Appreciation Day on Sat., Sept. 19. Seiler said anyone with a military ID just has to show it to receive a gift from Bassmaster and take part in a meet and greet with the Bassmaster anglers. Final weigh-ins and crowning of the champion begins at 3:15 pm on Sunday, Sept. 20.

TOWN OF FORESTVILLE www.forestvilletown.com 920.856.6584 7705 County H Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Clerk: Ruth Kerscher rkerscher@centurytel.net

VILLAGE OF FORESTVILLE www.villageofforestville.com 920.366.3640 131 Krueger Avenue Forestville, WI 54213 Clerk: Mary Ann Salmon villageofforestville@ centurytel.net

She also mentioned the Adopt an Angler sponsorship, where individuals and businesses can sponsor an angler for $250. The sponsors will be hooked up with their anglers in a random selection at Kitty O’Reilly’s at 5:30 pm on Sept. 1. Sponsors of the top five anglers will take part in a special meet and greet. Seiler said there is a desperate need for volunteers, and they don’t even have to know anything about fishing. Anyone who would like to volunteer for the event should call the visitor center at 920.743.6800 or email Pam Seiler at pam@sturgeonbay.net. Other business conducted at the meeting included: • Echoing the requests of many citizens, Alderman Will Gregory asked that a discussion of moving common council meeting times to the night be placed on the agenda for the next meeting. Mayor Thad Birmingham said he would take that under advisement. • The council voted 3-2 to accept the low bid from De Groot, Inc., to replace a 1930 vintage sanitary sewer main and replace and relocate a storm sewer main as part of the West Waterfront Redevelopment project. There were only two bids for the project, and De Groot’s low bid of $244,120.77 was described by Community Development Director Marty Olejniczak as “higher than we hoped to see,” causing Alderwoman Kelly Catarozoli to move that the council reject the two bids and open the job up to bidding again. Alderman Will Gregory seconded her motion. Olejniczak said the storm sewer work will have to be completed before construction of the hotel planned for the project, which he said the developer has a late spring/early summer 2016 opening date in mind. He also warned that reopening the bidding process wouldn’t guarantee better prices. Alderman Ron Vandertie said the revenue to be generated from the hotel would supersede any lower bid, so he said he could not support delaying the bid.

TOWN OF GARDNER www.townofgardner.org 920.825.1137 2026 Cty Trunk DK Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Clerk: Amy Sacotte togclerk@townofgardner.org

GIBRALTAR www.townofgibraltar.com 920.868.1714 4097 Highway 42 Fish Creek, WI 54212 Clerk: Beth Hagen clerk@townofgibraltar.us

Olejniczak said the DNR approval is the final piece of the puzzle for hotel construction to begin. “In the best case scenario, work could start in two weeks,” he said. “We could be left scrambling if hotel construction is approved,” Birmingham said. “We could be paying dearly for this.” When it came to a vote on Catarozoli’s motion, only she and Gregory voted to reject the two bids. Alderman Stewart Fett then moved to accept the bid from De Groot, which was seconded by Alderman Rick Wiesner. The motion passed, with Catarozoli and Gregory voting against it. • Voted to sell a small strip of property to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation at the intersection of Michigan Street and Hwy. 42 for the DOT’s roundabout project. • Changed the city’s sign code to eliminate the 25-foot setback from the street for ground signs, to a five-foot setback. • Approved special assessments for curb and gutter work to accompany reconstruction of Egg Harbor Road from N. 8th Avenue to Alabama Street. The resolution calls for 100 percent of the cost of the installation of curb, gutter and sidewalks be assessed to the benefitting properties. • Alderman Vandertie reported that the Personnel Committee is in the process of finding a replacement for Sturgeon Bay Fire Chief Tim Herlache, who has served with the department since 1979 and retires in January. • Alderman Wiesner reported that the Community Protection & Service Committee has scheduled a public hearing at 5 pm on Sept. 10 on allowing 1 Awesome Cab Company to operate in Sturgeon Bay. • Alderman Vandertie reported that Sturgeon Bay Utility is going to replace 550 streetlights in the city with LED lights, with the help of Focus on Energy and WPPI Energy. • Mayor Birmingham wished a happy birthday to city resident Emily Ploor, who turned 100 on Aug. 14.

TOWN OF JACKSONPORT www.jacksonport.org 920.823.8136 3365 County Road V Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Clerk: Elissa Taylor jtownclerk@jportfd.com

TOWN OF LIBERTY GROVE www.libertygrove.org 920.854.2934 11161 Old Stage Rd Clerk/Administrator: Bud Kalms tlibertygrove@dcwis.com


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Egg Harbor Chooses New Administrator But details not yet released by JIM LUNDSTROM jim@ppulse.com

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our finalists for the Egg Harbor village administrator position spent the day in the village on Aug. 17. “It was a long day,” said outgoing Administrator Josh Van Lieshout, who takes up his new job as administrator of the City of Sturgeon Bay on Sept. 1. “Candidates came into town and spent the morning circulating between trustees. We had a lunch and brought in the department heads. In the afternoon the candidates interviewed with the department heads and myself. They got a good flavor of the community and what’s going on here, and in the evening we had the formal interviews.” Van Lieshout said one woman was among the four finalists. “I think we had a good cross section of skills and abilities,” he said. “I’m sure the village would have done well with any of the candidates. It’s really exciting for the village. I was impressed with these candidates.” The village board of trustees then chose a candidate and made an offer. “I can’t release any information until after he’s accepted and we’ve executed an agreement,” Van Lieshout said on Aug. 18. “As soon as that happens, we’ll call a quick board meeting and approve the contract. It could be yet this week or Monday.” While the candidate was not revealed by Pulse press time, here are a few issues the new administrator will have to deal with: • The village is in the middle of planning for a reconstruction project of its down-

town, from Harbor School Road to County E. Public meetings were held in April to hear from the community and from engineering and design experts on making the corridor more biker and pedestrian friendly and unifying the village’s identity. The village hopes to start awarding bids in September, with work expected to begin in December and completed by June 2016. That work is expected to include burying overhead utility lines. • A fundraising campaign is under way for a new community center that will include space for a larger library and visitor center. An ad hoc committee continues to meet on the center. • The power outage that resulted from the Aug. 2 storm has brought calls for a generator to be installed at the village hall as a safe shelter area for residents, especially for a winter power outage. • Restaurant grease is a big issue in the village. The grease is emulsified in the hot water of dishwashers and flows through the system, only to accumulate at the village’s wastewater treatment plant, where a lot of labor is involved in chiseling and scraping the grease. The grease makes it hard for the ultraviolet sanitizing system to work, which could mean a coliform problem down the road. Utility Committee Chair John Heller said while in-street grease traps are expensive – particularly for the plumbing required inside the establishments that produce the grease – an estimate of the cost should be done on one of the businesses. He suggested Shipwrecked be used to estimate what it would cost to plumb for an in-street grease trap.

Range Lights Now a Navigational Aid

Three members of the Two Rivers Coast Guard station took down the metal directional sign that had been used in place of the Range Lights as a navigational aid. Photo by Ed Miller.

TOWN OF SEVASTOPOL www.townofsevastopol.com 920.746.1230 45258 Hwy 57, PO Box 135 Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Clerk: Linda Wait office@townofsevastopol.com

Representative Reid Ribble Ribble was named a Lake Michigan Champion of Conservation by the Lake Michigan Stakeholders and Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership for his ongoing work on his Save the Bay initiative to fight the toxic algae blooms that can kill fish and make the waters of Green Bay unsafe for recreational and residential use in the summer.

 “My goal has consistently been to leave our country in better shape for my children and grandchildren, and algae blooms that render the waters of Green Bay unsafe are a concern that cannot be ignored. As someone who grew up fishing, swimming, and boating in our lakes and rivers, I know how important they are to families, tourism and local businesses,” Ribble said. “Unsafe water is a problem for our entire community, and I am proud to be working with area stakeholders to find a solution. I appreciate all the hard work that so many people have put into saving the waters of Green Bay. Ribble

 recently sponsored legislation that would allow local farmers to apply for up to $30 million in grants to help them make changes that would cut down on farm runoff, and is working with stakeholders to develop a broader community-based solution.” Source: Ribble press release Senator Tammy Baldwin Baldwin, a member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, released the following statement in support of the Iran nuclear agreement: “I’m proud that America led six countries toward a historic international agreement with Iran. I believe we are right to choose a path of international diplomacy to achieve our goal of verifiably preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. I have carefully reviewed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), attended numerous classified briefings, heard from experts and constituents, and examined detailed arguments for and against the agreement. I have also been guided by the hard lessons that should be learned when America chooses to engage in military action and war in the Middle East. Simply put, I do not believe that rejecting this agreement is in our national security interest. For that reason the choice is clear, I will support this international agreement because it will

On Aug. 18, three members of the Coast Guard station in Two Rivers took the final steps in returning the Range Lights on the Ridges Sanctuary property into working navigational aids by removing the red and white metal directional sign that had been in place for 46 years. Removal of the metal sign was accomplished by three members of the Two Rivers Coast Guard station – Tom Fey, Daniel Allen and Blaine Bichsel. The Two Rivers unit is responsible for all of the buoys and lighthouses from Manitowoc to Door County, all of surrounding islands and the bay of Green Bay. Now the red light in the Lower Range Light and the white light in the Upper Range Light are aligned and will help guide vessels safely into the harbor.

TOWN OF NASEWAUPEE 920.743.9391 Mailing: 6897 Meredith Lane, Sturgeon Bay 54235 Meetings: Nasewaupee Fire Station, 3388 Park Drive, Nasewaupee Clerk: Brenda Olsen nasewaupeeclerk@gmail.com

Gov. Scott Walker Republican presidential candidate Walker said he believes the children of undocumented immigrants shouldn’t automatically have a right to American citizenship if they’re born in the United States. Asked by MSNBC if birthright citizenship should be ended, the Wisconsin governor replied: “Yeah, to me it’s about enforcing the laws in this country. And I’ve been very clear, I think you enforce the laws, and I think it’s important to send a message that we’re going to enforce the laws, no matter how people come here we’re going to enforce the laws.” Ending birthright citizenship for the children of undocumented immigrants is part of GOP front-runner Donald Trump’s immigration plan, first outlined Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press. On Monday morning, Walker told Fox and Friends that his own immigration plan is “similar” to the plan Trump outlined. Source: MSNBC

SISTER BAY www.sisterbaywi.gov 920.854.4118 2383 Maple Drive Sister Bay, WI 54234 Clerk: Christy Sully information@sisterbay.com

CITY OF STURGEON BAY www.sturgeonbaywi.org 920.746.2900 421 Michigan St. Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Clerk: Stephanie Reinhardt info@sturgeonbaywi.org

TOWN OF STURGEON BAY www.townofsturgeonbay.us 920.743.3908 2445 Sand Lane Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Clerk: Nancy Anschutz

best serve America’s national security interests and it is built on verification with a robust inspections and compliance regime that will cut off all of Iran’s potential pathways to a nuclear weapon.” Source: Baldwin press release President Barack Obama The Obama administration has delivered a warning to Beijing about the presence of Chinese government agents operating secretly in the United States to pressure prominent expatriates — some wanted in China on charges of corruption — to return home immediately, according to American officials. The American officials said that Chinese law enforcement agents covertly in this country are part of Beijing’s global campaign to hunt down and repatriate Chinese fugitives and, in some cases, recover allegedly ill-gotten gains. The Chinese government has officially named the effort Operation Fox Hunt. The American warning, which was delivered to Chinese officials in recent weeks and demanded a halt to the activities, reflects escalating anger in Washington about intimidation tactics used by the agents. And it comes at a time of growing tension between Washington and Beijing on a number of issues: from the computer theft of millions of government personnel files that American officials suspect was directed by China, to China’s crackdown on civil liberties, to the devaluation of its currency. Those tensions are expected to complicate the state visit to Washington next month by Xi Jinping, the Chinese president. Source: The New York Times

reps contact information State Assembly Representative Joel Kitchens 608.266.5350 Room 10 West State Capitol PO Box 8952 Madison, WI 53708 State Senator Frank Lasee 608.266.3512 Room 316 South State Capitol PO Box 7882 Madison, WI 53707-7882 Governor Scott Walker 608.266.1212 Office of Governor Scott Walker 115 East Capitol Madison, WI 53702 U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin 202.224.5653 14 West Mifflin Street, Suite 207 Madison, WI 53703 U.S. Senator Ron Johnson 202.224.5323 386 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 U.S. Representative Reid Ribble 202.225.5665 1513 Longworth HOB Washington, DC 20515 President Barack Obama 202.456.1111 The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500

TOWN OF UNION www.townofuniondoor.com 920.825.7569 Mailing: 1621 Tru Way Rd, Brussels, WI 54235 Meetings: 1242 S. Bayshore Rd., Brussels Clerk: Rena LaLuzerne Laluzerne@centurytel.net

WASHINGTON ISLAND www.washingtonisland-wi.gov 920.847.2522 910 Main Road Washington Island, WI 54246 Clerk/ Treasurer: Valerie Carpenter townoffice@ washingtonisland-wi.gov


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›feature Garrett Bay Park. Photo by Len Villano.

Far From the Madding Crowd: Liberty Grove Town Parks by GARY JONES

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oor County offers five popular state parks, three of them in Northern Door, as well as a number of county parks and Land Trust properties. But for those who like to relax far from the madding crowd, the Township of Liberty Grove maintains 14 small public parks. Visitors to the top of the peninsula might pass those areas by without notice, but those who discover them will find unexpected pleasure. A number of these areas are secluded, and nearly every one offers a water view. While some include as amenities picnic tables and a restroom, others provide only a place to park and maybe a bench. A few feature beaches, but most are perfect sites for observing the changing perspectives of the waters of Green Bay or Lake Michigan. Liberty Grove Clerk/Administrator Walter “Bud” Kalms believes the township is lucky to have these parks available for the public. “High monetary values placed on shore property make access to the water difficult unless a person is fortunate enough to be able to afford a beachfront lot,” he said. “The parks adjacent to the bays and lakes in the town make it possible for all to enjoy the beauty and experience what nature has to offer along our miles of shoreline.” Below is a guided tour of Liberty Grove’s township parks; the route generally follows scenic back roads. Some of them are excellent places to take children to play or swim; some are appropriate for launching boats or kayaks; some are perfect locations for a private picnic; and some are ideal for quiet contemplation. Be aware that the township charges for boat launches, and that dogs are generally not allowed in parks. A DRIVING TOUR 1. Grandview Park To begin a driving tour of these parks follow Hwy. 42 north toward Ellison Bay, and at the top of the hill that leads down to the village, Grandview Park is located to your left, next to the Liberty Grove Historical So-

ciety, 11871 Hwy. 42. Use parking on that property to stroll the park or sit on a bench admiring a spectacular view of the waters of Green Bay.

baseball diamond, basketball hoops, and in winter, a skating rink.

bles and grill, and a beautiful panorama of Death’s Door waters.

2. Ellison Bay Community Park Near the foot of the hill leading into the village sits on your left the Ellison Bay Community Park, 11953 Hwy. 42. In addition to a sheltered swimming beach, the park includes picnic tables, grills, a children’s playground, tennis courts, toilet facilities, a gazebo and the Women’s Club building that can be rented for social occasions.

5. Garrett Bay Park Return to Garrett Bay Road turning right toward the bay, and after a two-mile scenic drive that descends to the water, you will find Garrett Bay Park, 1310 Garrett Bay Road. While a boat launch is available as well as a picnic table, grill, bench, and portable toilet, a major attraction is the visible underwater ribbing of the Fleetwing, a ship sunk in the late 1800s near to shore and easily viewed by snorkeling.

8. Porte des Morts Park Back on Hwy. 42 continue driving toward the Northport ferry dock where you will turn left on Kenosha Drive and after a short drive, at 12832 Kenosha Drive you will arrive at Porte des Morts (Death’s Door) Park, which offers another impressive view of the Death’s Door waters, and for your convenience, benches, picnic tables, grill, and portable toilet. A stairway from the bluff down to the shore is planned as a future development.

3. Wills Park and Marina Continue into Ellison Bay and turn left onto Cedar Shore Road at the Pioneer Store. Wills Park and Marina, 12033 Cedar Shore

6. Gills Rock Park Continue north on Garrett Bay Road, turn left on Cottage Road and in Gills Rock continue north on Hwy. 42. As you leave

Road, offers boat launching and slip rental; an adjacent small park offers benches with a fine view of sunsets.

the village, next to the Maritime Museum at 12724 Wisconsin Bay Road, you will find Gills Rock Park, offering a covered picnic area with tables and grills, benches and extensive playground apparatus, restroom facilities, and volleyball nets.

4. Fitzgerald Park After returning to Hwy. 42 and driving north, turn left in Ellison Bay at Gus Klenke’s garage onto Garrett Bay Road. Still within the village at the corner of Old School Road and Garrett Bay Road is Fitzgerald Park, 1594 Old School Road. The park features a playground, covered picnic area with tables and grill, toilet facilities, a

7. Wisconsin Bay Park Return to Hwy. 42 and after a short drive north turn left on Wisconsin Bay Road and after another short drive, you will come to Wisconsin Bay Park at 740 Wisconsin Bay Road. This walking park offers picnic ta-

9. Isle View Park Return to Hwy. 42, drive south, and turn left on Timberline Road for less than a mile,

turning left at Isle View Road. As you approach Lake Michigan you will see Isle View Park, a small gem of an area with a picnic table, grill and benches for admiring the view from the overlook of lake waters. 10. Europe Lake Boat Launch Continue south on Timberline Road a couple miles and turn left on Europe Lake Road. At the end of the road you will come to the launch and dock for small boats at 460 Europe Lake Road. A small grassy area


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›feature Sand Bay Town Park. Photo by Len Villano.

offers a picnic table and grill with a view of the inland lake, as well as a portable toilet. 11. Hotz Memorial Town Park Back on Timberline Road driving south, take the next left on Europe Bay Road (across from Uncle Tom’s Candy Store) and at the end of that road you will arrive at Hotz Memorial Town Park, 349 Europe Bay Road. Located at the edge of the expansive Europe Bay sand beach it is surrounded by Newport State Park. The wooded setting provides picnic tables, grills and toilet facilities. 12. Rowleys Bay Launch Return south on Europe Bay Road, past the Baptist Church to the intersection with Hwy. 42, and in downtown Ellison Bay, turn left on Mink River Road. After a couple miles, turn left on Cty ZZ to Rowleys Bay Resort (1041 Cty ZZ), on the shore of Lake Michigan. Presently the DNR owns the launch area and marina, but the Liberty Grove annual pass can be used; the launch officially will become Liberty Grove property in 2016. 13. Sand Bay Town Park Return to Mink River Road, turn left, and then after a mile left again on Waters End Road, and after a half mile left on Sand Bay Lane near the end of Waters End Road. Watching for Sand Bay Town Park on the right at 11154 Sand Bay Lane. This park offers a sand beach with shallow water, a kayak launch, a swing set, picnic tables, grills and toilet facilities. This spot is child-friendly and especially pleasant under the morning sun. 14. North Bay Boat Launch Return to Waters End Road, drive west about a mile and turn left on Cty ZZ, following the route about three miles to North Bay Road, and after another three miles at that the end of that road, you will find the North Bay Boat Launch, 9883 North Bay Road. The launch is suitable for small boats. Benches are provided for admiring the view of the bay. Old-timers may occasionally lament that the Door County they once knew has disappeared because of continuing development, but finding the charm of that Door County is a matter of knowing where to look, of keeping far from the madding crowd. If you are an armchair traveler, you may experience these 14 parks from the comfort of your easy chair by visiting libertygrove.org and clicking on Park and Picnic Areas.

(Above, left to right) Wisconsin Bay Park. Europe Lake Boat Launch. Sand Bay Town Park. Hotz Memorial Town Park. Photos by Len Villano.

Sand Bay Park: A Project in Remediation by GARY JONES

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hirty-some years ago this writer discovered Liberty Grove’s Sand Bay Park on the shore of Lake Michigan. Since that time, the small park near the dead end of Waters End Road has been the turn back point of a four-mile run. Those familiar with the park just east of Sister Bay know that forenoons are the best time to enjoy it, especially early in the morning when the water is often calm as the sun emerges from the horizon and off in the distance a fishing boat may be chugging on the way to its nets. And those who have a really longtime acquaintance with the park, such as my neighbor Karl who recalls swimming at Sand Bay as a young teenager during the early 1940s, have seen changes in it over the years, times when the lake level was so high that the beach disappeared, and others so low that the beach had to be mowed like a lawn. During the early days of Sand Bay, the entrance road hugged the lakefront and access to the park was also provided by a road no longer existing that once cut through the woods from County ZZ near Rowleys Bay. Now, after facing threats of erosion and coliform pollution, the park is getting a little help from its friends. The Liberty Grove Township government has taken a proactive approach to keeping the park system under its jurisdiction attractive, safe and accessible. The Sand Bay beach remediation is just one of the projects undertaken, explained Liberty Grove Clerk/Administrator Walter “Bud” Kalms. A major health concern at Sand Bay was the fact that at certain times of the year a swamp located on the inland side of North Sand Bay Lane next to the park drained onto the beach with the potential of water contamination along with unsightliness and an offensive odor. Beginning in 2014, Kalms said, drainage tile was laid in the park, directing water to the north end where it is safely discharged. Sand was imported not only to restore the beach but also to create a series of protective dunes planted with stabilizing dune grass. For the present the dunes are surrounded with flexible temporary fencing that will be removed once the dunes are firmly established. As a final part of the project a wooden boardwalk was built leading from the parking area to an observation deck, and three additional short boardwalks offer access to the beach from the lawn of the park. Not only will these improvements help control erosion, but also will make the beach area handicap accessible. “The town board is very appreciative of the effort that Soil and Water put in here for the remediation project,” Kalms said. That county agency provided the design for the

improvements; Coastal Management reimbursed the total cost of the $70,700 project. “In the future, we might have to make adjustments with the project,” Kalms added. The town government is responsible for maintaining the decking and boardwalks as well as the dune grass plantings. Students from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh have been monitoring water quality throughout Door County. The Liberty Grove Town Board has looked to the future regarding beach remediation and improvement of water quality, realizing that work done now will provide dividends in continuing park maintenance. The Sand Bay project, along with others, has received community support. Ellison Bay Community Center Beach Remediation In 2009 the Town invested $54,000 to create a storm water retention area for the beach near the Ellison Bay Community Center using biofilter technology, Kalms explained. The system is similar to rain gardens sometimes used in urban areas to control water runoff, except in this instance the design includes a drainpipe leading to the bay. Ellison Bay resident Beth Coleman planted and maintains the vegetation for the biofilter. “She does a very good job of keeping them in order,” Kalm said. The project also included the establishment of dunes. Coastal Management reimbursed $25,000 of the cost of the project. Hotz Park Beach Remediation Contemporary with the Sand Bay project, the town undertook the Hotz Park beach remediation. This facility is adjacent to Newport State Park and has beach frontage. The implemented design includes a water retention area, dunes with dune grass plantings and a boardwalk with an observation deck. Coastal Management reimbursed the total $38,500 cost of the project. Future Liberty Grove Projects Separate from the Ellison Bay beach remediation work, Kalms said, the township plans to undertake a future project at the Ellison Bay harbor, repairing the steel sheeting and iron piling soil retention wall, as well as a storm runoff pipe. The Neptune Dive Club, a private group from Green Bay, plans to install at the Porte des Morts Park (near Northport) a stairway that will provide safe and convenient access to the water from the top of the bluff. Visit libertygrove.org and click on Park & Picnic Areas to view these and other Town of Liberty Grove parks.


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›community LOCAL SUPPORT GROUPS Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA) 115 Club, 115 N. 5th Ave., Sturgeon Bay This Al-Anon group meets every Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm. Open to all who wish to participate in an ACA/Al-Anon family group. Al-Anon Group 920.493.6300, 920.868.3874 or 920.743.3168 Fish Creek & Bayview Lutheran Church, Sturgeon Bay Al-Anon meetings for family and friends of alcoholics. Meets Tuesdays at 7:30pm in Fish Creek and Saturday at 9am at Bayview Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay. Alcoholics Anonymous & Al-Anon 855.746.0901 doorcountyaa.org Local chapter offers 20 meetings each week at various times and locations in Door & Kewaunee Counties. Alzheimer’s Disease Support Group 920.743.6274 goldenlivingcenters.com Golden LivingCenter-Dorchester, 200 N. Seventh Ave., Sturgeon Bay A support group for family, friends and others interested in Alzheimer’s disease on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 4pm.

Door County History in Pictures The Johnson Coffee Shop just south of Ephraim is now a private home. Photo courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum, 18 N. 4th Ave., Sturgeon Bay. Open 10 am – 4:30 pm daily, May 1 through Oct. 31.

LIFE NOTES As a free public service to our readers, Peninsula Pulse presents Life Notes, devoted to the notable milestones in life, from birth to significant birthdays to engagements, weddings and passings. The deadline for submissions is noon on Friday. Send submissions to lifenotes@ ppulse.com. The Pulse reserves the right to edit submissions to conform to space. Call 920.839.2121 for details.

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BIRTHS Heather Koontz, Sturgeon Bay, is the mother of a daughter born on Aug. 11, 2015, at Ministry Door County Medical Center. Maternal grandparents are Kelly Lumaye and Ken Lesandrini, Sturgeon Bay, and the late Greg Koontz.

PASSINGS Audrey A. Hatch Aug. 8, 1917 – Aug. 18, 2015 Audrey A. Hatch, 98, of Sister Bay died at Scandia Village in Sister Bay on Aug. 18, 2015. Arrangements are pending for a memorial service at First Baptist Church. A complete notice will be displayed at a future time. Caspersonfuneralhome. com.

1917 – Aug. 14, 2015 Priscilla Richmond, 98, of Sister Bay died Aug. 14. Priscilla was born in 1917 in Saskatchewan, Canada. She was a resident of Sister Bay most of the time since 1981, after her husband Robert died in 1980. She was a member of the Peninsula Music Festival Sustaining Committee and an Associate of Birch Creek Music. A celebration of her life will be held at Little Sister Cemetery in Sister Bay on Sunday, Aug. 23 at 2 pm. Casperson Funeral Home in Sister Bay is serving the family.

Betty Lou Parmentier Dec. 12, 1944 – Aug. 12, 2015 Betty Lou (Hayes) Parmentier, 70, of Sturgeon Bay, died Aug. 13, 2015, at Ministry Door County Medical Center with family at her side. Arrangements are pending at this time and have been entrusted to the care of Huehns Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Sturgeon Bay. Condolences may be offered on Betty’s tribute page at huehnsfuneralhome.com.

OPEN HOUSE Paul & Leann Kiehnau 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY August 29 • 3pm-7pm • Mill Supper Club

Refreshments Music by the Modern Day Drifters

Breastfeeding Support Group 920.746.0047 doorcountylatch.blogspot.com United Methodist Church, 836 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay A support group for women to give and receive support with regard to breastfeeding their children. It’s a great way to meet other breastfeeding moms. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30am, and the third Wednesday of each month at 5pm. Caregiver Support Groups 920.746.2542 Sister Bay/ Liberty Grove Library, 301 Mill Rd., Sister Bay; Southern Door Family Center, 1400 County Road DK, Brussels; or Senior Center, 832 N. 14th Ave, Sturgeon Bay Sponsored by the Senior Resource Center, groups offer solutions and strength in providing care for a loved one. Meetings at 1pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month in Northern Door, at 1pm on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in Southern Door, and at 1pm on the 1st Wednesday of each month in Sturgeon Bay. Domestic Abuse Support Group 920.743.8785 Group meets at a confidential location each Monday. Childrens’ group is available at same time. Call if interested in attending. Door County Stroke Support Group 920.746.0410 Locations change for each occasion. Call for upcoming locations. For persons who have had a stroke, their families and interested friends. Group typically meets the 2nd Thursday of the month. RSVP for each meeting. Door of Hope Grief & Loss Support Groups 920.868.9471 thedoorofhope.webs.com The Blessing Wood, 5004 Beachwood Lane, Egg Harbor Meets the third Tuesday of each month to May 19, 2015. How can life’s losses be transformed into new hope-filled meaning? Giving themselves permission to grieve in a warm and confidential setting, group members open the door into a transformational journey of wholeness and healing. Emotions Anonymous 920.746.1186 Bayview Lutheran Church, 340 W. Maple St., Sturgeon Bay EA is a 12-step support and fellowship group for anyone going through hard times. Helpful books and literature are available. All are welcome. The group meets at 3pm each Monday; use back entrance. Fibromyalgia Support Group 920.868.3660 Northern Door YMCA, 3866 Gibraltar Road, Fish Creek All who suffer from this condition are invited to join. Meetings held the 1st Thursday of each month at 1 pm. Grief Support Group Dorchester Golden Living Center, 200 N. 7th Ave, Sturgeon Bay This group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 2 pm. Open to the public and to anyone who has lost a loved one and could use additional support. Lemonade Club 920.743.7800 Group for people in all stages of surviving cancer. Meetings held at noon on the 2nd

Wednesday of each month at local restaurants. Call for location and further information. MOPS 920.743.8953 Sturgeon Bay Community Church, 515 North 12th Ave., Sturgeon Bay Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) meets 9 am – 11 am the second and fourth Tuesday each month. Group meetings begin Sept. 24 and end May 31. Narcotics Anonymous 920.493.8147 Bay View Lutheran Church, 340 W. Maple, Sturgeon Bay Meetings held every Thursday at 6:30pm. Open to everyone. National Alliance on Mental Illness Support Groups 920.818.0525 or 920.743.6162 jaks-place.com JAK’s Place, 820 Egg Harbor Road, Sturgeon Bay The NAMI Door County affiliate offers “Care and Share” the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, 6-7pm, for consumers of mental health services, their friends and family, and “Faith in Recovery” every Friday, 1-2pm, for consumers of mental health services. Overeaters Anonymous 920.868.9263 Bay View Lutheran Church, 340 W. Maple, Sturgeon Bay Meetings held Saturdays at 10:15am. Overeaters Anonymous 920.854.4001 Ephraim Moravian Church, 9970 Moravia Street, Ephraim Meetings held Fridays at 8:30 am; newcomers are welcome. P.A.T.H & Autism Support Group 920.559.6217 sturgeonbaymoravian.org and click P.A.T.H. Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, 323 S. Fifth Ave, Sturgeon Bay Promoting Access to Help for Families with Special Needs (P.A.T.H.) and the Autism Support Group provide resources and referral information, advocacy support, programs and events for children and adults with special needs and their parents. Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Meeting 920.421.8815 Hope United Church of Christ, 141 S 12th Ave, Sturgeon Bay This group is open to anyone who is supportive of issues important to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their families & friends. All meetings are confidential. Meetings held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in North Ephraim, and the 3rd Sunday of each month at 5 pm at Hope Church in Sturgeon Bay. Parkinson Disease Support Group 920.743.3476 Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church, 836 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay Group for people with Parkinson Disease and their caregivers. Meets the 1st Thursday of the month from 12:30-2pm. Play Group 920.559.0200 Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, 323 S. Fifth Ave, Sturgeon Bay Sponsored by the Young Parent Support Program and the Door County Birth to Three Program, this group for parents and preschoolers meets 10:30am-noon each Monday. SMART Recovery Support Group smartrecovery. org Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 1756 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay Self Management and Recovery Training (SMART) group for addictions of all kinds and behavior changes. Meetings are held every Wednesday and Saturday at 6pm. Survivors of Incest Anonymous 920.868.3241 siawso.org Stella Maris Parish (St. Rosalia’s), Sister Bay A 12-step, self-help support group for individuals (male or female) who have experienced incest or other sexual abuse/assault. Meetings Wednesdays, 7-8:30pm, through October 19. Women to Women Cancer Support Group 920.746.8989 Community Clinic of Door County, 1623 Rhode Island St., Sturgeon Bay This group is for women who have been diagnosed with cancer and are in the process of treatment, or have completed treatment. The group meets for six-week sessions on Wednesdays from 9-10am. Call to reserve a spot in the group.


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Photo by Len Villano

Retiring from His Route by PATTY WILLIAMSON, PHD

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ention paper boy to most people, especially those who grew up in a small town a few generations ago, and the picture in their minds is likely to be a Norman Rockwell-type scene – a red-haired youngster on his bike, aiming for front porches at top speed so he can make it to baseball practice on time. Door County has a different type of “paper boy,” employed by the Peninsula Pulse to deliver the newspaper. The Paper Boy business was established in 2002, and Jim Karwowski of Sturgeon Bay was one of the early employees. He began in 2004 when a friend, Gerry Page, retired and suggested he apply for the job. Jim, a research scientist with Abbott Laboratories for 30 years, retired and moved to Door County from Mundelein, Ill., in 2002. He and his wife, Anita, lived in Windemere Townhomes for six years, and serving as president of the condo association kept Jim busy at first. But by the time the Paper Boy position became a possibility, he was ready for a pleasant, low-key job one day a week. He was one of five drivers who deliver the Pulse, while a sixth distributes brochures, advertising flyers and other materials for other local businesses. All report to Angela Sherman, Paper Boy’s distribution manager. “When I started, I delivered 2,700 papers,” he says. “They wouldn’t all fit into my SUV, even when it was packed to the roof. I had to do part of the route, then go back for the rest of the load. I delivered to 150 locations weekly from May through October, then every other week in the winter. It took about eight hours. Recently, I had just 140 drops in the core of Sturgeon Bay.” Jim says that driving around and dropping off papers was pleasant and relaxing. Finding parking places in downtown Sturgeon Bay? Sometimes not so pleasant. He also enjoyed the social aspect of seeing people in 140 businesses on a regular basis. “When I came home, Anita would often say, ‘Did you talk to so and so today? How are they doing?’” Jim drove his route for the last time on Aug. 14, retiring for the second time. Will he miss it?

“The people at the Pulse are a good group to work with,” he says. “I’ll miss that aspect of the job, but not driving in the ice and snow in the winter or getting in and out of the SUV dozens of time in the summer heat.” Other than owner David Eliot and owner/editor in chief Madeline Harrison, Jim was believed to have the most seniority of any Pulse/Paper Boy employee. “He did a lot of wonderful work for us,” Sherman says. “We’ve been so happy to have him, and certainly wish him a great retirement.” More free time in Jim’s life means more time for fishing, his favorite pastime. “Working on Fridays didn’t interfere too much,” he says, “because there are so many tourists fishing on weekends that it’s the worst time for locals.” Still he expects to be putting in a lot more time in his boat near Sherwood Point and Larson’s Reef. Jim is secretary of the Sturgeon Bay Lions Club, which he thoroughly enjoys, and also assists with activities of the Altrusa Club that Anita has served as president of for the past year. Recently Jim helped with Altrusa’s annual Backto-School Fair that provided supplies to nearly 550 Sturgeon Bay youngsters on the school district’s free lunch program. For several of the years Jim was delivering the Pulse, the Karwowskis’ son, Chris, also was involved in the newspaper business as a senor writer for The Onion, the satirical publication that caused an international stir in 2002 when it printed a story suggesting that the U.S. Congress had threated to move out of Washington to Memphis or Charlotte, North Carolina, unless a fancy new capitol with more bathrooms and better parking was erected. The Chinese government suffered embarrassment when the state-run media, the Beijing Evening News, reprinted the story as factual. Chris told Jim that the Chinese retorted, “You Americans joke about everything!” Not politically correct, of course, in Communist China. As Jim gives up his second career, Chris is now a freelance writer in Los Angeles, generally working in comedy, although he wrote several episodes of the PBS children’s program, Word Girl, for which the group of writers won an Emmy.

• Mary Ellen Smith, RN, BSN, Door County Public Health Nurse, was awarded the Distinguished Service in Public Health Nursing: Cornelia van Kooy Award. Smith was recognized for her achievements at the 18th Annual Public Health Nursing Conference on Aug. 5 in Stevens Point. The purpose of this award was to recognize her contributions to public health nursing practice within her agency, community, region, state, nation or globally by providing leadership in professional organizations, Mary Ellen Smith demonstrating outstanding public health nursing performance or other accomplishments relating to population health. There is only one recipient of this award per year. Smith began her public health nursing career in the 1980s, and is still contributing her knowledge and expertise to the Door County community. She was instrumental in helping to establish a Community Clinic, a Hispanic Resource Center, and a Dental Clinic in Door County. • The Community Clinic of Door County welcomes women who have been diagnosed with cancer and are in the process of cancer treatment or have completed treatment to join the new Women to Women cancer support group. The small, confidential groups meet for six-week sessions Wednesday mornings from 9 to 10 am at the Community Clinic, 1623 Rhode Island St., Sturgeon Bay. The next session will begin Sept. 16. Personal reservations are required in order to manage the small group size. Each group is facilitated by a licensed professional counselor. Thanks to the generous support from the Raibrook Foundation and The Sue Baldwin Fund, group sessions are offered at no charge. Call 920.746.8989 ext. 101 to schedule your reservation.

president of Wisconsin-Michigan Coaches. Butts was an avid conservationist who wanted the property to be accessible to everyone. On his deathbed in September of 1991, he sold his Logan Creek property to The Ridges Sanctuary. This program is open to the public and refreshments will be served. Admission is free, but a donation is greatly appreciated. • The Women’s Fund of Door County announced the opening of its Sustainability Fall Grant cycle. Through its grants to charitable agencies, it seeks to enable women and girls to reach their full potential. Sustainability Grant applications may be obtained from the Women’s Fund of Door County website, womensfunddoorcounty.org. The application deadline is Aug. 27, 2015. For more information, call 920.746.1786. • On Aug. 27 everyone is invited to attend a reception and a farewell event taking place at Nelson Healing Center. They bid farewell to Dr. Danielle Partain, who is leaving her practice in Sturgeon Bay for the Seattle area in midSeptember to advance her career. They will also welcome a new practitioner, Georgia Hilbert, a certified massage therapist, who will replace Dr. Partain in administering the Georgia Hilbert clinic’s Low Level Laser Light therapy. From 6:30 – 7 pm there will be free introduction and demonstration of Low Level Light Therapy. There will be raffle tickets for prizes. There will be refreshments, including some raw and healthy organic treats, and a reception to follow at 7 pm. For more information visit NelsonHealingCenter. com.

• Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming presentation on “Are Your Affairs In Order? Legal and Financial Issues after Death,” on Aug. 23 at 4 pm at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay. Collin J. Dahl, from Dahl Law Firm, will lead this discussion. Dealing with the death of a loved one is stressful enough, but not knowing what to do with someone’s finances poses an extra burden on a grieving family. Learn how you can plan ahead to ease the burden on those you love. Also the Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry offers free blood pressure screenings twice a month at the Northern Door YMCA in Fish Creek on the second Tuesday of the month from 8:15 to 10:15 am and at the Loaves & Fishes Meal held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at St. Rosalia’s Church in Sister Bay at 5 pm. For more information visit NorthernDoorHealthWellness.com.

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• Join the Jacksonport Historical Society on Aug. 26 at 7 pm at the Jacksonport Town Hall for a presentation about Frank Butts, “A Remembered Jacksonport Resident.” An only child, Butts was born June 25, 1914, to a wealthy Chicago plumbing contractor and his wife Anna. At their summerhouse on the north end of Clark Lake, Frank Sr. built a special streetcar track for his son, igniting Frank’s love of street cars. Butts graduated from the University of Chicago and received as his graduation present: the streetcar and bus lines of Green Bay. He expanded lines in 1957 into Iron Mountain, Michigan and Algoma and Sturgeon Bay. In 1958, he took in another 40-mile route to Crystal Falls, Florence and Iron River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and was

• Josh McDowell, a speaker who has talked in 125 countries, will be featured at the Trueblood Performing Arts Center (TPAC) on Sept. 5 at 6 pm and on Sept. 6 at 10:45 am. He will speak on the authenticity of the Bible by examining the evidences found in both the Old and New Testament. His final presentation, “The Perfect Storm,” will be at Bethel Baptist Church on Sept. 6 at 6 pm. The program is for adults only. Having experienced a difficult childhood, McDowell believed Christianity wasn’t worth his time. Later, when he was required to write a research paper to disprove the truths of the Bible, he found instead overwhelming evidence that what the Bible stated was true. McDowell has authored or


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›community FEATURED PET co-authored about 115 books including More Than a Carpenter and Evidence That Demands a Verdict. All presentations on the Island are free and are sponsored by Bethel Church as part of their 150th year celebration. There will be a special late night ferry available Saturday night for those wishing to return to the mainland. For ferry service, times and rates visit wisferry.com. • The Sister Bay & Liberty Grove Fire Department is partnering with the American Safety & Health Institute to offer classes to educate the community in the proper method of using an AED and performing CPR. The four-hour class will teach infant, child and adult CPR and offers a two-year certification. The cost is $15 per person. Classes are being offered at the Sister Bay Fire Station on Mill Road on Sept. 10 from 6 to 10 pm. To register, call 920.854.4021 and leave a message or email SisterBayFireCPR@gmail.com. For more information visit NorthernDoorHealthWellness.com. • Get to know the Door County League of Women Voters and celebrate Women’s Equality Day on Sept. 15, 5 – 7 pm, at Björklunden. This event is an opportunity for: friends and neighbors who may wonder what the League is all about; newer League members to mingle and get to know “experienced” members; all League members to reflect on the history of the League; honoring Women’s Equality Day; enjoying an evening with food, friends and entertaining conversation. In honor of Women’s Equality Day (which is actually Aug. 26) there will be a special guest appearance of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Using excerpts from the speeches, writings, and letters of Anthony and Stanton, as well as their own imagination, the performers (Chris Milton and Susan Kohout) have created what might have been the final conversation of these icons of the women’s movement. To attend, RSVP to lwvdcprez@gmail. com or 920.743.1691. • Prince of Peace Lutheran Church’s Pastor James Gomez believes that The Story, a Zondervan bestseller, is the right tool to increase Biblical literacy through the Story Church Campaign. “I want the people in my congregation, as well as the people living in and around Sturgeon Bay, to realize the incredible love God has for them and how their story is found in His story,” said Pastor Gomez. The Story Church Campaign is a unique program providing up to 31 weeks of curriculum for children, teen and adults, Sunday school, and up to 31 weeks of corresponding sermons. Prince of Peace plans to begin the experience on Sept. 20. Sunday services start at 9:30 am, with a teaching time from 8:30 – 9:15 am. For more information visit princeofpeacesb. com. • The Door County Fair recently announced their open class champions. The following are open class exhibitors that received special recognition at the 2015 Door County Fair in the nonanimal categories: Flowers and House Plants – Dave Hunt, Grand Champion; Anthony Birdsall, Laura Meikle & Mary Mueller, Champions; Anthony Birdsall, Sally Schlise, Judeen Hanson, Kathy Bretl, Judeen Hanson, Lori Holtz, Monica Haen, Gayla Motquin, Pam Bretl & Ricki Mitchell, Best of Show; Cultural Arts & Crafts – Eric Smith, Grand Champion; Gayla Motquin, Sophia Lautenbach & Emajean Harmann, Champions; Photography – Suzanne Moreaux, Grand Champion; Becky Ulberg, Dawn VandeVoort & Jessica Smith, Champions; Woodworking – Dan Ploor, Grand Champion; Brent Braun, Mike Riederer & Dan Ploor, Champions; Food and Nutrition – Lisa Mueller, Grand Champion; Theresa Kinnard, Ricki Mitchell & Jan Guilette, Champion; Clothing/ Sewing – Joyce DeKeyser, Grand Champion; Linda Anderson, Champion; Knitting and Crocheting – Christy Sully, Grand Champion; Joyce DeKeyser, Sharon Sternard & Amelia Canilho, Champions; Home Furnishings and Needlework – Lana Ferr, Grand Champion; Linda Anderson, Dawn VandeVoort & Lana Ferry, Champions.

Are you looking for a great companion? Look no further than Reacher. Reacher is a one-and-ahalf-year-old male Labrador mix. He is a strong, handsome guy with a black body and white chest. His favorite pastimes include going for walks, chasing tennis balls, and wagging his tail. Reacher can sit and shake but from time to time his inner puppy comes out to play and he needs to be reminded of his manners. He is extremely friendly and everyone he meets instantly falls in love with him. The Door County Humane Society, located at 3475 County Road PD in Sturgeon Bay, is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 pm. For more information call 920.746.1111 or visit doorcountyhumanesociety.org.

Studio in Sister Bay, WBAY Channel 2 New, Peninsula Pulse, Gordon Lodge, WIFEE and the HUZz Band and all of those who sponsored the event. They also thank everyone who attended and those who provided financial contributions to DCHS in lieu of wedding presents.

Women’s Fund Making a Difference

Support DCHS on Aug. 27 by attending Third Avenue Playhouse’s performance of Sylvia. A portion of proceeds from this special night will be donated to DCHS. Call 920.743.1760 for tickets. Caitlin and Collin Say Thanks Caitlin the basset hound and Collin the shelter cat have tied the knot. The couple want to express their heartfelt thanks to Klaud’s Kitchen in Sister Bay, Door County Sisters’ Sweets in Fish Creek, Flora in Sister Bay, Dogma Diggs and Grooming

PET TALK by Sally Salopek Q. How can we get our dog to stop jumping up on people? She gets so excited when she sees people and I know some people don’t like it. A. Puppies jump on people to get closer to their faces so they can say hello and get attention, the same as they do with their canine mothers. Wolf pups run up to returning parents, jump on them and lick their muzzles in hopes of getting a meal. Jumping up is a natural behavior in the canine world, but should not be acceptable with humans. This is a problem that should be dealt with as soon as a new puppy is brought into the home. Puppies are so cute when they come running up and jump on you seeking attention. It is almost impossible to resist picking the pup up and cuddling them, but doing so only reinforces the behavior. If that puppy grows to be 85 pounds, the cuteness of jumping up is gone and can be dangerous. They could knock over a child or someone elderly and cause physical injury. Even small dogs can cause painful scratches to someone’s legs or a toddler’s face. I don’t know if your dog is a puppy or an adult, but the method I am going to explain can work for any age dog. The most important thing is not to pay any attention to your pet when she jumps on you. Do not push her down, knee her off, step on her back toes or squeeze her front toes trying to get her to stop jumping. This is giving her the attention she is seeking but in a negative way, which may make the dog fearful or even aggressive. Simply cross your arms and put your hands on the opposite shoulders and turn your back to the jumping bundle of fur and say “off.” Crossing your arms will not give the pup the

opportunity to lick or nip at your fingers. You may find yourself turning in circles constantly in the early stages, but your persistence will pay off. The behavior may even get worse before improving with this method if the dog has been jumping on you for a long time and getting attention. She will be confused as to why she is not getting the same response as before. When the pup has all four paws on the ground, that is when you praise and give a treat. If she knows the sit command, give the command when all her feet are on the ground, then quietly praise and give a treat while in the sitting position. If she starts to jump again while you’re praising her, again cross your arms and turn away and keep turning until she stops. She will begin to figure out that jumping does not get the attention she craves. It is important all family members are on board with this technique. It won’t work if you do it, but another family member allows the dog to jump on them for pets and loving. Everyone has to be consistent. Praise is very important, along with a tasty treat in the beginning, when the dog is standing or sitting nicely at your feet waiting for attention. It won’t be long before your girl realizes jumping doesn’t get her anything, but standing or sitting nicely when people approach or she approaches them will get exactly the attention she desires. Good luck with your jumper. Hope this helps. Sally Salopek is the owner and operator of AttendA-Pet pet sitting services in northern Door County. She has also worked professionally with animals in health care, pet grooming, training, wildlife rehab and rescue. Send your pet-related questions to her at info@attendapet.com.

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Hwy. 42 Village of Sister Bay Schedule: July 2015 to June 2016 Length: 0.8 miles Cost: $5.8 million Location: Country Walk Drive to Scandia Road Description: This project involves the reconstruction of Hwy. 42 and Hwy. 57 in Sister Bay. The work includes traffic and erosion control, signing, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water main, curb and gutter, sidewalks, lighting, concrete and asphalt pavement, and landscaping. Crews planned to pour the new concrete sidewalk along Hwy. 57. They also planned to install the permanent signs along Hwy. 57 and Gateway Drive. Traffic Impacts: This project consists of detours around the staged work areas. Currently, Hwy. 57 is detoured for both northbound and southbound traffic lasting through Sept. 3. The detour is Hwy. 57 to Country Walk Drive to Hwy. 42. Pedestrians are advised to avoid the active construction area around Hwy. 57 and Gateway Drive. For more information, go to projects.511wi.gov/wis42/.

Building Her Future…Builds our Community! was the theme for this year’s Women’s Fund of Door County’s luncheon. Now in its 6th year this event attracts a sellout crowd and was again held at Stone Harbor Resort and Conference Center in Sturgeon Bay. This event is the largest annual fundraiser for the Women’s Fund. A panel discussion “Living on the Edge: Women and Poverty in Door County” moderated by board member Jennifer Moeller kicked off the day’s event. Panel members Christine Anderson, Washington Island Community Health Program; Julie Davis, Door County Boys and Girls Club; Chris Loose, Lakeshore CAP; and Pat Peterson, Aging & Disability Resource Center of Door County, talked about women and children living in poverty in our community. The panel concurred more work needs to be done in our community, but with more awareness and funding some of these issues can be reduced. Marti Spittel-Ziegelbauer welcomed an enthusiastic crowd to the luncheon. She spoke of the privilege of being the MC for this event since its inception and of the need for all women to care and support each other. Introductions were made for the presentation of the 2015 Leadership Awards. Tara LeClair, business and education manager of the Door/Kewaunee Business & Education Partnership (DKBEP) and Patti Vickman, superintendent of Southern Door Schools were this year’s winner. These women were instrumental in bringing to Door County a Michigan Tech MINDTREKKERS event, which gives all students exposure to the sciences through hands-on projects. The Women’s Fund has shared in supporting and sponsoring this event for the past two years. A standing ovation was given to keynote speaker Liz Murray, author of Breaking Night: Homeless to Harvard. She spoke of her life growing up in New York City in a dysfunctional home and how through persistence, community support and perseverance she was able to break the cycle of extreme poverty and homelessness. “Life takes on the meaning that you give it.” She also stressed the importance of looking ahead and dreaming big. An initiative to increase the endowment to $1.2 million was introduced by Women’s Fund Board member Vicki Wilson. With an enhanced endowment, the Women’s Fund will be able to grant about $35,000 annually in the form of sustainability grants, plus provide about $200,000 every three years to a community initiative called a collaborative grant. Wilson announced that the Women’s Fund is already more than half way to their goal with an endowment as of August 15 of $650,000. Through the collaborative grant process, the community will be involved in identifying the issues to be addressed and Door County nonprofits, working together, will develop a plan to impact those issues to make a greater impact on changing the lives of women and girls in Door County.


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Adopt An Angler

Photos courtesy of St. Norbert College.

Former Southern Door Coaches Lead St. Norbert Football Forward by PETER DAHL

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an McCarty has been a head coach in Brussels, Wis., and in Eidsvoll, Norway. His career as an assistant has taken him to Sturgeon Bay, where he won a state championship, UW-Stout, UW-Eau Claire, and Minnesota-Duluth. Dan McCarty But now, after an unlikely sequence of events, McCarty is about to begin his first season as the head coach of St. Norbert College, a perennially strong team in Division III football. After a long and successful career, Jim Purtill suddenly stepped down as Al Johnson head coach at St. Norbert in 2013. His successor, Steve Opgenorth, brought on McCarty – then the head coach of the Southern Door Eagles – to be his defensive coordinator. Then, after last season, Opgenorth unexpectedly resigned after the Green Knights had a poor season by their standards. St. Norbert promoted McCarty to head coach almost immediately. McCarty enters the season full of optimism as he seeks to instill his coaching values in a program that has a lot of potential. He has made establishing a year-round recruiting plan a priority for his staff, and believes he will be able to sell this program to talented players. “[St. Norbert] sells itself when recruits and families step foot on our campus and see how new and beautiful everything is,” said McCarty. The college has made many recent expansions and improvements, and new athletic buildings are at the top of President Tom Kunkel’s to-do list. Leading the Green Knights does present some challenges for McCarty, such as running a program of 130 players and avoiding cuts to the roster. While many Division III schools “gray shirt” players and make significant cuts to the roster, St. Norbert’s program works to keep the players that they recruit.

“We have to do a lot better of a job up front with evaluations on talent because we don’t want to make cuts when kids get on campus,” said McCarty. McCarty is confident that his coaching staff will give him the support he needs to lead the team. He is confident in Defensive Coordinator Ryan Osborn, and his offense is headed by an old friend and Southern Door alum, Al Johnson. “Al is one of the best football coaches that I’ve been around,” said McCarty. “The best thing about Al is that he is just a great guy and our kids absolutely love being around him on and off the football field.” Johnson is also excited about the opportunity to be Offensive Coordinator for his friend, and said that working with McCarty is one of the best parts of his job. “I always say I have the best boss,” said Johnson. “I get to just be myself.” Johnson was an all-state player at Southern Door before playing on the offensive line for the Wisconsin Badgers and three NFL teams. Former NFL head coach Tony Sparano once hailed him as the most intelligent lineman he ever coached. He served as McCarty’s offensive coordinator for one year at Southern Door before both men made the move to coach under Opgenorth at St. Norbert. Their partnership is an example of the chemistry McCarty tries to instill in all his teams. “I’ve always tried to create the tightest team possible and one where the players put the team first,” said McCarty. “A team that believes in itself and one another.” Johnson says he coaches in a program where everything is for the good of the team. “When you work in an environment like that where there are no egos, it is enjoyable to come to work every day to do something you love,” said Johnson. Both coaches believe their work can translate into great success this season, which begins Sept. 5 at home versus Carthage College. “I’m excited for the season, as is every player and coach in our program. I believe we have a ton of talent returning along with a talent-loaded incoming freshman class,” said McCarty. “We’ll put a good football team out on the field week in and week out.”

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Sturgeon Bay is in full swing prepping for the upcoming Bassmaster Angler of the Year (AOY) Championships, Sept. 17-20, taking place at CenterPointe Marina in Sturgeon Bay. The four-day event is expected to bring 12,000 to 15,000 fans and visitors to Sturgeon Bay. “We’re thrilled to be hosting the AOY Championship, but it’s going to take a lot of people to pull off an event of this magnitude,” said Pam Seiler, executive director of the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center. Volunteers are needed in the following areas: information booth, volunteer registration, beverage serving (must be 21 years of age or older), crowd control, and site maintenance. “We’re also really excited about our ‘Adopt an Angler’ sponsorship program,” said Seiler. “‘Adopt an Angler’ is a program designed to get our community involved and excited about this once in a lifetime event. For $250, you or your business can adopt one of the 50 anglers that will be fishing our waters. On Sept. 1st, Kitty O’Reilly’s will be hosting a ‘picking party’ where those adopting will randomly draw an angler’s name and receive their Bassmaster hats, angler profile, and complimentary 1 year subscription to Bassmaster Magazine. The participating businesses or individuals will then receive email updates as to their angler’s progress during the week and position on the leaderboard. Then on Sunday, going into the Championship round, the top five adopting businesses or individuals, along with a guest, will be invited to the VIP party tent to watch the final weigh in and have the opportunity to meet their adopted angler. It’s really going to be a fun way to get people involved and following the anglers. But there are only 50, so it’s first come, first served!” For more information, call 920.743.6246 or email pam@ sturgeonbay.net.

2015 WOMEN’S DOUBLE HEADER LEAGUE SOFTBALL STANDINGS As of August 10 Bley’s Bar 10-3 Casey’s BBQ & Smokehouse 10-3 Valmy Happy Hour 7-6 AC Tap 5-8 Birmingham’s Bar 5-8 Institute Saloon 2-11

West Jacksonport 9-5 Kolberg 7-6 Egg Harbor 6-7 Maplewood 6-8 Washington Island 6-8 Institute 5-9 Baileys Harbor 2-12 RESULTS August 16 Sister Bay 12, Kolberg 0 Egg Harbor 2, West Jacksonport 3 Maplewood 8, Washington Island 5

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More Monitoring of Great Lakes Fish

Cougar Sighting in Marinette County Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources biologists have confirmed a cougar sighting in northeast Marinette County. On Aug. 4, the department received a trail camera photo of a cougar taken July 19 from a Marinette County landowner. After site evaluations, DNR staff confirmed the location of the photo. This photo was taken 10 days after and approximately 60 miles east of the recently confirmed Langlade County sightings. Genetic evidence suggests cougars known to have entered Wisconsin are male cougars dispersing from a breeding population in the Western United States. There is currently no evidence that cougars are breeding in Wisconsin. Cougars are a protected species in Wisconsin and hunting is not allowed. Cougars are not considered a threat to public safety, and in the unlikely event that a person is confronted by a cougar, face the animal and spread your arms and open your coat or jacket to appear larger. If a cougar approaches, make noise and throw rocks or sticks. Individuals who observe cougars in Wisconsin are urged to report their findings using the Large Mammal Observation form. For more information, visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword “cougar.”

Bring Almost Anything with a Plug Cyber Green will be at the Baylake Bank Sister Bay Financial Center on Aug. 22, 8 am – 12 pm, to recycle used electronics as a fundraiser for the United Way of Door County, organized by Baylake Bank. They take almost anything with a plug, including unused cell phones, laptops and radios. Monitors, TVs and consoles cost a minimal fee. Worried about the information on your old computer? Cyber Green guarantees your safety by wiping and shredding your hard drive.

Rain or shine, they will be at Baylake Bank, 2438 S. Bay Shore Drive. All Baylake Bank’s proceeds from the event will benefit United Way. For more information visit cybergreenllc.com or 920.854.2326.

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Open Door Bird Sanctuary is opening to the public on three upcoming Saturdays: Aug. 22, Aug. 29 and Sept. 5. The sanctuary will be open from 12 – 4 pm on each of the three Saturdays with a special Raptor Program presented at 2 pm. This will be an excellent opportunity to tour the sanctuary, see

The U.S Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, has received a $6.5 million Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant to monitor pollutants in Great Lakes fish for the next five years. This EPA grant continues funding for the university’s surveillance program to monitor Great Lakes fish for contamination from legacy pollutants such as PCBs, banned pesticides, mercury and from emerging chemicals of concern like flame retardants and personal care products. “This new Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funding will be used to expand efforts to track the levels of pollutants in fish at 10 sites throughout the Great Lakes basin,” said Region 5 Administrator/Great Lakes National Program Manager Susan Hedman. “The data gathered through this study will help to identify contaminants that pose risks to wildlife and human health.” In collaboration with other state and federal programs, Clarkson University will use EPA’s grant to develop stateof-the-art capability to identify and quantify pollutants in fish. The university will also expand the list of target chemicals to assess contaminant transfer through the food chain. This work will result in a clearer picture of the impact of human activity on the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem. “This investment will help provide the necessary resources to monitor pollutants in and around our lakes,” said U.S. Sen. Kristen Gillibrand, a member of the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee. “The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative will help update Clarkson University’s research programs to monitor the presence of pollutants, stepping up our efforts to protect the air we breathe, the water we drink and the land we use around us.” For more information, visit glri.us or epa.gov/greatlakes/glri.

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hat’s not to like about birds? Wisconsin is fortunate to enjoy phenomenal bird diversity that helps make our state a very special place. But let’s put my obvious bird bias aside. Even if you are not a birder, there are very important reasons to care about the future for birds, and to worry about the risks that climate change poses for this precious resource. Last fall when the National Audubon Society released its Birds and Climate Report, a comprehensive and rigorous study of future effects of global warming on birds, I was shocked. Scientists studying 588 bird species in Canada and the U.S. found that 314 species are severely threatened by the warming of our planet. More than half! Indeed, many bird species could become extinct. The news is bad for Wisconsin, too. Can you imagine summer mornings in northern Wisconsin without the plaintive call of the Common Loon? The Audubon Report finds that loons may no longer call Wisconsin home in the future as a result of the impact of a warmer climate on their habitat. Wood Thrush, Warblers, Bobolinks, Bald Eagles and Wood Ducks also may be absent from Wisconsin before the end of the century. Even the ever-present Mallard is projected to lose 75 percent of its summer habitat. More than 50 of Wisconsin’s wonderful birds are threatened or endangered by the changing climate we are already experiencing.

Protecting our Water in a Changing Climate. September meeting of the Climate Change Coalition of Door County (CCCDC). Date: Wednesday, September 2 Time: 7 pm Place: 10341 Water Street, Ephraim (Meeting Room and AV facilities provided by the Unitarian Fellowship)

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But let’s get beyond the “birds make life better” argument. Let’s talk turkey. Or better yet, money. Loss of birds through climate change will harm our economy. According to a 2011 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service survey, 72 million birders contribute $55 billion a year to the national economy. In Wisconsin, two million wildlife viewers spend roughly $2.5 billion each year. Birding is big business. On top of that, birds themselves provide billions of additional dollars worth of services like rodent and mosquito control, nutrient cycling and pollination. They do this for free! Consider the old saw of the canary in a coal mine. Threatened birds serve as indicators of bigger problems. According to the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts, Wisconsin summers will be nine degrees hotter by the year 2055. We’ll have more intense storms and significant changes in the length of our seasons. These changes will affect us in many ways, threatening Door County’s boreal forest, rare plant communities and animal habitats, not just our feathered friends. Troubling declines in bird populations are a warning signal of the failing health of some of our ecosystems. If birds are in trouble, so are we. It is easy to think of this as a problem for the future, but the reality is global warming is already occurring. Our birds are telling us this. We are seeing shifts today in migration patterns, bird distributions and food availability. While the news provided by the National Audubon Society’s groundbreaking Birds and Climate Report is scary, there is hope. There are many things that we can all do in our personal lives, our businesses and together in our communities to make the earth a better place for birds and people. First, we must protect the places that birds nest by conserving and expanding their critical habitats. Second, we must work together to reduce the severity of global warming by changing our behavior – that is, living and working in more sustainable ways that will help our natural environment be more resilient. Third, we must make ourselves heard. We need to spread the word on the importance of birds: losing even one species to a warming climate is not acceptable. Fourth, sharing your love of nature with your kids and grandkids is crucial. They will have a huge impact on whether we

welcome to the climate corner The Climate Corner is a monthly column featuring a variety of writers from around the state and Door County addressing various aspects of the challenges and opportunities climate change presents. The Corner is sponsored by the Climate Change Coalition of Door County, which is dedicated to “helping to keep our planet a cool place to live.” The Coalition is always open to new members and ideas. Contact the Coalition at: climatechange.doorcounty@gmail.com. adapt to a changing environment in a sustainable, bird-friendly manner. The important thing is to take action. We share a tremendous opportunity, and a moral responsibility, to respond to the clear message of the scientific community in the Audubon Report. We need to work together to slow down the warming of our planet. To paraphrase an old saying, the best time for action is 20 years ago; the second best time is now. You can read more about the National Audubon Society study and access action-related information at climate. audubon.org. Matt Reetz is the executive director of the Madison Audubon Society. He received his B.S. in Biology with emphasis in ecology, ethology and evolution from the University of Illinois, where he did bird field work in the swamps of Southern Illinois. He then earned a Master’s and a PhD from the University of Florida and worked on a variety of bird research projects in Australia, the Caribbean, Chile and the U.S. He has worked as a biologist for Florida’s state wildlife agency and as a biology professor in Indiana. The Climate Corner is a monthly column featuring a variety of writers from around the state and Door County addressing various aspects of the challenges and opportunities climate change presents. The Corner is sponsored by the Climate Change Coalition of Door County, which is dedicated to “helping to keep our planet a cool place to live.” The Coalition is always open to new members and ideas. Contact the Coalition at: climatechange.doorcounty@gmail. com.

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“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” —Albert Einstein Hidden among Door County’s amazing places, just south of Baileys Harbor, is a little gem known as Björklunden.

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2 1 A mother Trumpeter Swan watches closely over her two cygnets. 2 A pair of Trumpeter Swans glides in shallow water close to the seven-mile Wildlife Drive in the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. 3 Here is one of the large pools with patches of White Water Lilies.

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here are few wildlife viewing preserves in the Midwest, other than the Horicon State and National Wildlife Refuge, that can match the Seney National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) for rather easily observing and getting remarkably close to wild birds and mammals. Here is a “rags to riches” story that could very well serve as a model for inspiring other regions of the U.S. to try to duplicate. Its location is ideally well away from large population centers and it’s very easy to find. Take Hwy. 2 north and then east from Escanaba, Mich., to Hwy. M77. Head north on M77 to the little village of Germfask. The entrance to Seney NWR is two miles north of town. Much of the upper peninsula of Michigan, along with large portions of Wisconsin and

Minnesota, was virtually stripped of its vast pine forests by the greedy lumber barons between 1870 and 1895. Bear in mind that this was pioneer country at the time and work was very hard to come by. The woods were virtually clear-cut by men who were glad to find a paying job, and fires were often deliberately started later to prepare the land for farming. Speculators sold this burned-over land, on which the fires had destroyed most of the humus, to unsuspecting early farmers. Naturally they failed in their venture while being robbed blind by the unscrupulous “money changers.” Gradually this land reverted to the State of Michigan for taxes, and then it lay idle for about 40 years. It was in 1935 that Michigan recommended to the federal government that this land be turned into a national wildlife refuge. Therein lays the “rags to riches” story. To-

day this splendid refuge of 153 square miles contains more than 7,000 acres of open water in 21 ponds interspersed with pine and hardwood forests, meadows, bogs and marshes. A dike system helps to carefully regulate the level of water necessary for the creation of good nesting habitat, especially for cranes, Ospreys, Bald Eagles, herons and waterfowl including the Trumpeter Swans. More than 200 species of birds have been observed there. Included among those that nest are the Black Tern, Osprey, Common Loon, Sandhill Crane, Bald Eagle, Wood Duck, Hooded Merganser, American Bittern, Northern Harrier, Woodcock, Ruffed Grouse, Yellow Rail and Trumpeter Swan. The seven-mile, self-guided auto tour is a pure delight in that it takes you through some of the choicest areas of the refuge. A fork in the road takes you to the right onto

a longer route to public fishing areas as well as to some excellent sites for viewing not only birds but also wild mammals. Mink, Muskrat, Fisher (which we saw), Coyote, Bobcat, White-tailed Deer, Black Bear, Weasel and even an occasional Timber Wolf and Moose have been observed. For the adventurous hiker and biker, there are 80 miles of gravel roads not open to motorized traffic. These remote routes often prove to be ideal for experiencing the unexpected highlight. A family of Trumpeter Swans, the two adults and their two cygnets, foraging for their submerged aquatic-plant breakfast at 7 am in a shallow inlet within 50 feet of where we stood, provided us with one of the thrills of our visit. Seney NWR and the State of Wisconsin are among the several northern locations in the country where the reintroduction of the

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endangered Trumpeter Swans has proved to be successful. Presently Seney is home to about 200 Trumpeter Swans. Twenty-four Trumpeter Swans were released in Burnett County, Wis., in 1989, the goal of the DNR was to have at least 20 breeding pairs in the state by the year 2000. Thanks to a well-designed program and determined work and management, the goal was achieved. Only 73 of these magnificent white birds, weighing up to 30 pounds and having a wingspan between 8 and 10 feet, were left in the continental U.S. in 1935. Rigidly enforced protective measures helped bring the number to approximately 9,800 in the Central, Mississippi and Atlantic Flyways. Today their population is slowly but steadily climbing, this in light of the fearful predictions that this heaviest of all flying waterfowl on our continent would soon be joining the Dodo Bird, Great Auk and Passenger Pigeon in their extinction. The very similar Tundra Swans, slightly smaller in comparison to the Trumpeter Swans, are common spring and fall migrants through northeastern Wisconsin and conceivably can be confused with their larger and rarer “cousins.” If you are exceptionally lucky enough to hear the low, far-reaching sonorous, “French-horn like” call of the Trumpeter Swan, there will be no mistaking it for the Tundra Swan with its much higher “hooting,” somewhat like hearing a pack of barking dogs in the distance. Charlotte and I were so fortunate to hear the awesome trumpeting of the Trumpeter Swans on a visit in late July to the Seney NWR.

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The Trumpeter Swan lacks the yellow patch on its black beak, in front of the eye, that many, but not all, of the Tundra Swans have. Preferably with the use of a spotting scope, you will see that the black facial skin that tapers to a rather broad point at the eye of the Trumpeter dips down in a “V” on its forehead. You will also notice that the adult’s forehead slopes quite evenly to its straight bill. The black facial skin on the Tundra Swan also tapers to a point in front of the eye but cuts straight across the forehead. One memorable trip to the Seney NWR in late July and early August several years ago found us literally stuffing ourselves with the scrumptious sweet Serviceberries picked from the dozens of Allegheny Serviceberry trees, appearing considerably like large shrubs, growing along the mile-long nature trail near the fine visitor center. This excellent center is open from May 15 to Oct. 15, a “must-see” on your trip to this choice wildlife area. However, nothing could have been sweeter than watching the family of Trumpeter Swans having their breakfast at dawn, a most perfect product of this spectacular “rags to riches” achievement. Roy Lukes has been photographing nature more than 50 years, writing weekly nature stories since 1968 and helping people become better caretakers of the Earth. He holds an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Lawrence University and was awarded the Chancellor’s Medallion in recognition of his environmental advocacy from UW Oshkosh.

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Baileys Harbor’s Spot for Gas and Gatherings by PATTY WILLIAMSON, PHD

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ack in the day, men used to gather ’round the potbelly stove in the general store to drink coffee and share news (and quite likely chew tobacco and spit, which their wives didn’t permit at home). With the general stores long gone, the need for a gathering place still exists. In Baileys Harbor, it’s been supplied for decades by the gas station at 7998 Hwy. 57. The earliest records available in the courthouse indicate that the original owners of that bit of ground were Thomas and Mary McCullough, who purchased it on April 4, 1885. Greg Orsted remembers that the first gas station appeared on the site about 1930. At that time, the gas sold was Socony – an acronym for Standard Oil Company of New York, a spin-off of Rockefeller’s original Standard Oil Company that had been broken up by the anti-trust act of 1911. Ownership passed through many hands in the next few decades – Tom and Elizabeth Collins, George Messer, Anna and William Toft (Emma’s older brother and the Baileys Harbor postmaster from 1918 to 1939), George and Helen Gerdman, and Alfred, Charlotte, Arthur and Marie Koser. The “modern” era began in 1978, when Art Koser died and the station passed to

his stepson, Fredrick Nelson. “Fast Freddy” was the colorful owner for 18 years. Since then, owners have included Katherine Farrell and Cameron, Barbara, Scott and Nancy Isaacson. In 1964, the station burned to the ground and was rebuilt. Before that fire, Art Koser had added an auto body shop to the back of the station. As it was burning he was inside, frantically trying to save equipment. Ten years later, it burned again, but the auto repair shop that had been added to the south side sustained only smoke damage. Freddy added the “back view” section of the station soon after he bought it. In 1980, he hired Orsted to run the auto shop, which he did until he injured his back. For a while, Freddy’s son, Chuck, sold Cub Cadet lawn tractors in the former shop, then Freddy bought the stock of the “old” grocery store in town, operated by Carol Moroney, and moved it to the space adjoining the gas station. Freddy and his wife, Rosemary, lived in a house on the north side of the station that was later moved to the far north end of town. Freddy continued selling Mobil gas (the successor to Socony) out front, but also installed holding tanks and self-service pumps on the site where the house had been and sold what he called “fast gas.”

When Kathy Farrell bought the station in 1998, she added the apartments upstairs. Since 2003, the gas at the station has been Citgo. So many tales and memories associated with the station have accumulated through the years. Will Anschutz, who grew up on the dairy farm where Stone’s Throw Winery is now located, remembers that, in the mid1940s, the old Lutheran church on the hill rewarded children who attended Sunday school with money to buy a comic book at the station afterwards. Freddy remembers that kids from the religion class at the Catholic church used to skip out and come to the station to play cards for money, making sure they were back at the church by the time their folks came to pick them up. Art Koser got into trouble for allowing gambling on the premises. Carol Gauger Goss remembers that Marie Koser, her hair secured in a headscarf, always pumped gas with a cigarette hanging from her lips. The late Betty Gauger and Mary and Catherine Collins were responsible for the first seating arrangement at the station. Faithful daily attenders at mass in Baileys Harbor, they always treated themselves afterward with donuts and coffee at the Fast Stop. Although the wall of windows

Freddy had installed on the east side of the back room provided a wonderful view of the lake, there was nowhere to sit inside and enjoy it. A garage sale card table and chairs the women installed solved that problem for themselves and others. Orsted recalls that there was nothing else open in those days and that a banquet table was added for a morning coffee klatch that sometimes drew nearly a dozen. Some people have probably supposed that the “fast gas” Freddy sold was the source of his nickname, but he says it came from the fact that he never turned down a job. “Whenever someone needed something done,” he says, “people would say, ‘Take it to Fast Freddy. He’ll get around to it.’ And it always got done.” Everyone who was around in the Fast Freddy era remembers the coat made from 180 neckties by Darlene Meyer and her daughter that he wore in July 4th parades. That was just one example of Freddy’s colorful wardrobe. “I never bought any clothes all the time I had the gas station,” he said recently. “Whatever someone wanted to get rid of, I’d wear. I ended up with about 3,000 ties, and I always wore a jacket and tie to work. I definitely wanted to put a little col-

Various incarnations of the gas station at 7998 Hwy. 57 in Baileys Harbor are shown above, along with two views of “Fast Freddy” Nelson’s outfits at bottom left and right. Submitted photos.


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Bridal Event with a Bang Local designer and event stylist hosts wedding expo by BRANDON ELKINS

or in the world. If something matched, I’d made a mistake.” When he sold the station, the leftover ties went to a sewing circle in Sturgeon Bay. Freddy says he never missed a day of work in 20 years – always there at 6 am. The donuts people enjoyed at the station came from a bakery in Algoma. Freddy arranged for Bob Bennett, who worked the feed mill in Baileys Harbor, but lived in Algoma, to pick them up every morning. Besides his colorful wardrobe, the thing most people remember about the Fast Freddy era is the battle over the sign in front of the station that had been in the same location since Gerdman owned it. In 1988, when Mobil wanted to implement a “new image” at the station at considerable expense to Freddy, he switched to Union 76. According to a lengthy piece titled The End of a Sign, published by Freddy, the county planning board first told him there would be no problem with putting up a new sign as long as the size did not exceed 24 square feet. Months later, he received a letter saying he had six signs out of compliance and 30 days to fix the problem. After seven hearings, the result was that the sign remained, but Freddy wrapped it in plastic, rendering it a “non-sign.” It stood for four or five years, swaddled in turn in camouflage, orange, blue and green plastic. “Yeah, it was covered,” Freddy says, “but when it was lighted at night, you could still read it.” Freddy lives in Jacksonport now. He says he moved when Baileys Harbor put in sidewalks. In February of this year, Michael Schreiber of Lake Forest, Ill., became the owner of the station, newly christened Baileys 57. Part of a third generation with family ties on Ridges Road, Schreiber’s business is buying, upgrading and selling commercial property like strip malls. New managers of the station are Kari Weisgerber Bauman and Eric Williams. Bauman says that she and Schreiber, longtime friends, had often talked about going into business together. “He considered a restaurant,” she says, “but I’d had enough of that growing up at Cornerstone. I was ready to get out of the restaurant business and he was ready to get into the gas business. It appealed to both of us. Eric has worked at the station for a long time, as well as the Town of Baileys Harbor, so he’s well acquainted with the community.” The new management team, assisted by Bauman’s mother, Sandy Weisgerber, spent two weeks cleaning and renovating and reopened for business on March 9. There’s new shelving in the expanded grocery area, and fresh produce, Victor Allen coffee, packaged meats from Marchant’s, bakery goods from Pink Bakery and Piggly Wiggly and pickled asparagus, salsa, jalapeños and jams “to die for,” from Sammi Rae’s Homemade. There are plans to apply for a license that will allow the station to open a soup and sandwich deli in the future. At present, all the food sold has to be packaged or prepared off-site. Nearly every morning, a number of people congregate there to buy newspapers and catch up on local news. Definitely no tobacco chewing or spitting. And in the area where the three little ladies set up their card table and chairs years ago – there are now four tables that invite customers to enjoy a donut, coffee and a panoramic view of the lake and Anclam Park Beach. On a recent morning, the tables were occupied by eight men and four women. There are six nice picnic tables outside by the water. Summer hours are 6 am to 9 pm daily. In the winter, they’ll close at 7 pm.

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edding season is in full swing on the Door Peninsula and its beautiful backdrop has already accentuated many of these summer ceremonies. While the county provides nuptial-seekers with the atmosphere and aesthetic for one of history’s oldest institutions, it will soon provide an outlet for planning and preparing for the big day. “This experience and planning all of this has helped me learn so much,” says Claire Erickson, coordinator of the Bon Fair, a wedding showcase that will be taking place on Aug. 30 at Gordon Lodge in Baileys Harbor. Erickson, owner of Love Bash Design, a start-up business that provides creative nuance and design for events such as weddings and bridal showers, has spent months prepping for her biggest event to date.

“I’ve talked to anyone from florists, people who make wedding dresses, bartenders from all over, photo booth people, food truck companies, wedding cake people, microbreweries, etc.,” Erickson says. The model for Bon Fair was inspired by the fun, trendy, wedding expos Erickson had seen out west. “I saw wedding shows in California where they were more like parties than expos and it was showing everyone’s (vendors) talent,” Erickson says. Having been to a number of “boring” wedding shows, Erickson saw the potential in having a fun-filled evening that will feature elaborate booths and a meet-and-greet with representatives from a variety of vendors from the Door County/greater Midwest area. Cascading flowers will be flowing from the various floral stations. Savory aromas will fill the air as culinary artists provide a plethora of samples that will cater to the taste buds of any wedding invitee. A bevy of cocktail samples at the event that may help attendees of Bon Fair hit the dance floor,

complete with a DJ, as the evening progresses. “People are cooking right in front of you, they’re mixing drinks right in front of you,” Erickson says in regard to the cuisine and beverage options. Fun features such as a bridal fashion show and a photo booth contribute to the event’s ensemble as well. Bon Fair isn’t limited to the betrothed only, but to anyone looking to have a fun evening out or to get ideas for a non-nuptial event. “It’s not just for brides and grooms,” Erickson says. “It’s really for anyone that wants to come and have a good time.” The evening promises breakaway from the sometimes mundane and tedious details of wedding planning. “I want people to feel inspired for a new take on their wedding,” Erickson says. “I want the process to be more fun and I want them to know about other options and not just traditional options.” Tickets can be purchased online at lovebashdesign.com or at the door. The event takes place from 4 to 9 pm.

PULSE PRICE REPORT Crop prices (August 17) Rio Creek Feed Mill ­— Algoma Commodity

Price

Basis

Corn

$3.30/bushel

-0.34

Soybeans

$8.75/bushel

-0.50

Wheat (SRW)

$4.52/bushel

-0.55

Fox River Valley Ethanol — Green Bay Corn

$3.40/bushel

-0.24

New-Corn Crop

$3.41/bushel

-0.35

Basis: The difference between the local cash price for a commodity and the Chicago cash price (where the Board of Trade sets national futures price). “Corn and soybeans are continuing to come along pretty well. The rain came at a good time so it will help with the pollination. We were a little bit behind but it’s better than nothing so we’re in good shape. It’s starting to mature. A lot of this corn gets harvested for silage so that will probably start coming

off the fields in a couple of weeks. The pastures greened up a lot with this rain so that definitely helped people that were grazing and it helps with the third crop grain as well.” ~ Aerica Bjurstrom, UW-Extension, Kewaunee Gas Price Averages United States: $2.67 United States one year ago: $3.45 Wisconsin: $2.96 Wisconsin one year ago: $3.48

Northern Door: $3.14 Sturgeon Bay: $3.08 Other Commodities Gold: $1,117.50/troy ounce Silver: $15.27/troy ounce Oil: $42.15/barrel Live Cattle: $1.46/pound Lean Hogs: $0.65/pound Sources: aaa.com, agweb.com, gasbuddy. com, money.cnn.com

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The Women’s Fund of Door County would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of our Celebrate Women! luncheon held on August 12, 2015 Your generosity is helping women and girls in Door County thrive!

BUSINESS NOTES • Door County Brewing Company’s new Farmhouse Ale L’automne will be available Sept. 1. Motivated by Bière de Garde, L’automne is a seven percent ABV fall seasonal that will be available September through November in Wisconsin and Minnesota. A tribute to the county’s Belgian

$50,000 per project. Grant applicants must provide cash or in-kind match equivalent to or greater than 50 percent of the total project cost. Pre-proposals must be received at DATCP by 4 pm on Sept. 14, 2015. Pre-proposals include a cover page, budget template and three-page project description. The complete grant manual, cover sheet and budget outline is available online at datcp. wi.gov/Business/Buy_Local_Buy_Wisconsin/ BLBW_Grants.

The Albatross will be featured in a June 2016 Discover Wisconsin episode. Submitted photo.

roots, in many ways this beer has been 100 years in the making. More than a century ago, the first Belgian settlers arrived in southern Door County and quickly became the largest Belgian population in the nation. A compliment to the pioneers of beer, every farmhouse ale resonates a seasonal sensation. With a malty backbone and brewed with Belgian saison yeast, white and dark wheat, caramel malts and rye, their fall release, L’automne, has just the right amount of warm spice, bright citrus and a dry finish. • Proposals for Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin grant-funded projects are now being accepted from individuals, groups, businesses and organizations involved in Wisconsin agriculture, food processing, food distribution, food warehousing, retail food establishments or agricultural tourism sites. Proposals could include collaborations or partnerships. Eligible project expenses include operating expenses, real estate and equipment. Past recipients report increased sales and visibility for their products after putting their Buy Local Buy Wisconsin grant funds to work. There are $200,000 of grant funds available. The maximum grant award is

• Mariah Haberman and some of the crew from Discover Wisconsin were recently in the county filming for three upcoming episodes. One of their stops included Sturgeon Bay, where Haberman met with the owners of Nistebox for a spring 2016 episode. This episode will feature eight food trucks in Wisconsin and will premiere April 30, 2016. They also visited Hidden Acres Farm in Sister Bay for an Outstanding in the Field farm-to-table event. This episode will feature six farm-to-table destinations across the state and will premiere April 2, 2016. Lastly, they filmed on Washington Island for a “More Diners, Drive-Ins and Dairy Bars” episode, which will premiere June

Wickman House was one of the local partners for the Outstanding in the Field event that will be featured in a Discover Wisconsin episode in April 2016. Submitted photo. 18, 2016. The Albatross will be highlighted in this episode. Discover Wisconsin airs Saturday nights at 6:30 pm on WFRV 5. • To celebrate their 41st year and John Dietrich’s birthday, Ellison Bay Pottery

Cornucopia Kitchen Corner Coyote Roadhouse Crickets Dairy Queen DeJardin Cleaners Door County Candy Community Sponsors Door County Coffee & Tea Monticello on Jefferson Door County Creamery Associated Bank Door County Dolores Sylla Ice Cream Factory Wendy and Jim Walker Door County Interiors & Design Presenting Speaker Sponsor Door County YMCA Door Peninsula Winery Lutsey Family Foundation Ecology Sports Frozen Spoon Speaker Sponsors Gage, Inc. Laurie and Avi Berk Grasse’s Grill Debbie and Mike Brophy Great Northern by Design Siobhan and Rick Hecker The Hairapist Laura and George Joeckel Harbor Fish Market & Grille Jennifer and John Keller Hart & Hart Kelly and Lars Olson Hide Side Boutique Diane and Jim Sarosiek Higbee’s of Door County Debbie and Jack Thomas Horseshoe Bay Golf Club Judy Wirtz Inn at Cedar Crossing Invidia Salon Catalyst Sponsors J. Jeffrey Taylor Jewelry Fine Art Aurora Health Care Jane’s Arbor Crowne Properties Jerry’s Flowers Belmark, Inc. Door County Coffee and Tea Joe Jo’s Pizza & Gelato Juniper’s Gin Joint Gannett/ Kitty O’Reilly’s Irish Pub Door County Advocate Lisa and Bruce Klug Jim Olson Motors Ann and Terry Krueger On Deck Clothing Co. Lakeshore Adventures Keller Industries LeFevre Tire & Auto Keltgen Chiropractic Madison Avenue Wine Shop Maxwell’s House Star Sponsors McKeefry & Yeomans Boxwood Interiors Mission Grille Coldwell Banker The Real Nature Works Estate Group Nor-Dor Sport & Cyclery Donny’s Glidden Lodge Northern Sky Theater Restaurant Door County Eye Associates Northern Territory On Deck Clothing C & N Corp/Door Peninsula Options Hair Studio Winery, Bistro 42, Door Orchard Country Winery County Distillery & Market Christine and Richard Forbes Organic Valley Family of Farms Forest Builders Pack and Ship PLUS Jason Feldman Landscapes Papa Murphy’s Pizza Jennifer Olson, DDS Parador Midwest Wire Products Patricia Shoppe Mitch Wise Design Peninsula Dog Training Peninsula Publishing & Peninsula Music Festival Distribution Peninsula Players Theatre Jamie Sanger Pet Expressions Tadych’s Econo Foods Professionally Yours Valley Insurance Associates Rummele Jewelers Virge Temme Architecture Saguaro Day Spa Wisconsin Arts Gallery & Sahs Auto Framing Samara Jewelry Design Sherry’s Hallmark Raffle Sponsors Sister Bay Bowl 5th & Jefferson Sonny’s Italian Kitchen & Ace Hardware Pizzeria Alley Katz Spa at Sacred Grounds Anderson House Andria’s Dancin’ on the Door Spa Verde Spin of Door County Arroyo Bay Grill Spot Bargains Unlimited Stone’s Throw Winery Base Camp Coffee Bar Sunflour Artisan Bakery Bay Shore Outdoor Store T. Simon Jewelers Birch Creek Tannenbaum Holiday Shop Music Performance Center Third Avenue Playhouse Blacksmith Inn Top Shelf Café & Gourmet Bliss TR Pottery Blue Ivy Trillium Organics Bonnie Brooke Gardens Walmart Bridgeport Resort Waseda Farms Bridgeview Hair Design Welsing’s Foodland Inc. The Cabin Restaurant What’s Next? Chef’s Hat Restaurant Wickman House Child’s Play Christine’s Casuals & Classics Wild Tomato Wilkins & Olander Clipper’s Mate Younkers Cook Book Kitchen Store Cornerstone Pub Corporate Sponsors The Boldt Company Ministry Door County Medical Center

has planned an open house on Aug. 22, 1 – 5 pm. Cupcakes and beverages will be served. In addition to the new ceramics from their most recent firing, there will be a small “Retrospective 2015” of Dietrich’s pottery from his earliest years from various collections. He is passionate about creating functional ceramic pottery because he puts a small piece of himself into each piece, imparting movement and life. He’s also passionate about exploring and experimenting with alternative firing techniques. As always, everything he learns or is exposed to has a subtle influence on his work, and therefore his pottery is ever evolving. Ellison Bay Pottery is located at 12156 Garrett Bay Road. For more information call 920.854.5049. • Door County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Tim Siehr recently announced that participants enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) may now request to hay or graze certain acres enrolled in CRP under the program’s managed haying/grazing provisions. Hay harvested from CRP acres may be used by the program participant, sold or donated to another individual. Prior to haying, CRP participants must visit their local FSA office to sign a request to hay the acreage and work with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to amend the conservation plan. Not all CRP acreage is eligible for haying. Any acreage that has been seeded to a cover within the last 12 months or planted to trees or shrubs, is within 120 feet of a stream or other permanent water body, enrolled as a filter strip, or any other CRP practice that is, by policy, prohibited from being hayed is considered ineligible for haying. In addition, the haying of CRP acreage is only allowed once every three years; acreage that was hayed in 2013 or 2014 is not eligible for haying in 2015. Haying or grazing cannot begin until the participant receives written approval in the form of a letter from FSA. Producers who hay or graze CRP acreage without first obtaining approval from FSA will be subject to payment reductions and/or contract termination. Interested parties should contact their local FSA office for more information.

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›perspectives “We want at least a modicum of intellectual honesty, and the man who shuffles his opinions in order to match ours is seen through quickly. We want none of him.” ­—ELBERT HUBBARD

BY THE NUMBERS Women’s Equality Day On Aug. 26, 1920 – after decades of work by suffragettes and others concerned with women’s rights – the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was passed, granting women the right to vote. Fifty-one years later, in 1971, at the urging of then-U.S. Representative Bella Abzug, Congress designated Aug. 26 as Women’s Equality Day to commemorate the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. Yet, as the numbers below show, the gender gap continues.

4.6

The percent of Fortune 500 CEOs who are women.

7

The number of United Nations member states that have failed to ratify the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). While 186 member states have ratified CEDAW since it was adopted in 1979, the seven that have not are Iran, Palau, Somalia, South Sudan, Tonga and the United States.

14.6

The percent of executive officers in the U.S. who are women.

19.4

Percent of the 535 seats on Capitol Hill that are held by women.

51

The percent of the U.S. population that is female.

65

Where the United States ranks in wage equality among 142 countries.

67

The percent of minimum wage earners who are women.

78

The percent women earn compared to men – or 78 cents to every dollar earned by a man. For black women, that drops to 64 cents and for Latinas it is 56 cents. —Jim Lundstrom Source: CNN, World Economic Forum, U.S. Census Bureau

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

COMMENTARY

Is Kitchens Listening?

Dog Days of Summer by DALE GOODNER

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e are in the midst of that toasty torrid time commonly called the Dog Days of Summer. In the northern hemisphere, this is generally the hottest, most sultry spell of the year. You can feel dog tired and sicker than a dog. Things seem to be going to the dogs, so you just don’t feel like putting on the dog. Since heat impacts all of us, we all have a dog in this hunt, so to speak… Children’s author Natalie Babbitt describes dog days well: “The first week of August is motionless, and hot. It is curiously silent, too, with blank white dawns and glaring noons, and sunsets smeared with too much color. Often at night there is lightning, but it quivers all alone. There is no thunder, no relieving rain. These are strange and breathless days, the dog days, when people are led to do things they are sure to be sorry for after.” Dog days generally refers to July and August, and even part of September. People have speculated for countless centuries why it gets so doggone hot. The dog star, known as Sirius, is the brightest star in the winter sky, next to the sun. In July and August, it actually rises and sets with the sun. The Romans believed it provided heat as well as light, and hence, during this time contributed to a hot, unpleasant period associated with an evil time “when the seas boiled, wine turned sour, dogs grew mad, and all creatures became languid, causing to man-burning fevers, hysterics, and phrensies” (Brady’s Clavis Calendaria, 1813). In order to minimize the impacts of hot sultry weather, the ancient Romans would sacrifice a brown dog at the beginning of the dog days. This was to appease the rage of the dog star, believing that it was the cause. Sirius is far larger and hotter than our sun, but in reality, it is nearly nine lightyears away, negating any possible influence, to say the least. And I’d guess it cares nothing about dog sacrifices. Although this period is named for “man’s best friend,” it isn’t about dogs at all, at least not directly. Actually the warm dog days coincide with Earth’s tilted axis as it revolves around the sun. When North America is tilted toward the sun during daylight, it receives more direct rays resulting in greater heating (summer). The fact that the dog star spends that short time, during the warmest period, traveling with the sun, is nothing more than coincidence. We have a long history of connecting inappropriate dots, and have often confused coincidence with cause. But sometimes coincidence can betray cause. Back in the early 19th century, atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2, a greenhouse gas) began to increase significantly and continues today on a steep upward curve. Average temperature coincidentally follows basically the same upward curve. Heat is trapped by greenhouse gas in much the same way greenhouse glass traps heat. The more CO2, the greater the effect on global temperature.

Atmospheric CO2 has increased from 315 parts per million to more than 400 parts per million just since 1960. Each year we are adding another 40 billion tons of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. The impact of combustion-produced carbon dioxide on climate is sometimes called the “Callendar effect,” named for engineer and inventor, Guy Stewart Callendar, who was one of the first to propose this association back in 1938. We are in the hottest time of the year, but also in the hottest time of the past couple centuries. We can call global warming a “natural cycle,” or, like the Romans, we could even blame the dog star, Sirius, but today overwhelming evidence shows, “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.” According to almost every climate scientist today, the cause of current global warming is the rapid buildup of atmospheric, human-generated, greenhouse gasses. This is well beyond mere dog days. Many scientists warn we are looking at warm “dog centuries” to come. It’s hard to predict what this will mean to our grandchildren and great-grandchildren. On one thing there is agreement among scientists. We have impacted the atmosphere on a more rapid scale than has ever been known. Weaning ourselves off of fossil fuels, such as coal and oil, will be a major and necessary challenge. Our political leadership has thus far lacked the will to lead in this crucial area. But the good news is people are finally starting to see through a smokescreen of disinformation in the mainstream media. You can now find good information on global warming. Sometimes it’s in very unexpected places. Among the gossip tabloids at the grocery store checkout I happened to notice, The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Global Warming by Michael Tennesen. Not sure whether this was a guide to warming the globe, or a fix-it guide, I bought it. Besides, it only cost the equivalent of a half-gallon of gas. It actually does a decent job informing the reader (presumably not a complete idiot) about the complexities of global warming. Let’s hope the dog star can become our lucky star. After all, to err is human…to forgive, canine. Maybe it’s time that rather than blaming Sirius, we get serious and herald in a period of greenhouse gas reduction, and restoration of this, the best of all possible worlds.

For 1st Assembly District constituents who were paying attention to the “listening” sessions after the initial announcement of the 2015-17 biennial state budget, and based on his near absolute public silence throughout the budget process, it is difficult to determine what concerns were actually ever heard by Representative Kitchens. Viewing the final budget, none of the issues voiced then, about job creation, fair wages and benefits, about preserving and restoring public education or respecting our state’s teachers, about preserving critical personal care for the elderly or disabled, and absolutely none of the critical concerns about our natural environmental protection issues seem to have registered with Representative Kitchens. During the budget process we heard Kitchens explain that being a first term legislator is a difficult, at times overwhelming process with a steep learning curve. We heard reports that he was working behind the scenes to get things accomplished; both are reasonable and understandable claims. We read in Door County meeting minutes that Rep. Nygren, (R-Marinette) was his, “budget buddy,” and someone with that legislative committee clout to learn from should have been an advantage to addressing voiced constituent concerns. Have a look at some of what constituents got with the budget and other legislation Rep Kitchens publicly voiced no opposition to, nor concerns about. We have DNR rules enforcement near completely gutted, Family Care and IRIS are going under the control of for-profit insurance companies, public education is further gutted at all levels through shifting public dollars to unaccountable school entities, criminalization of the unemployed and needy through attempted drug-testing of recipients while tax cuts to industrial manufacturing and corporate industrial agriculture (CAFOs) grow by another $250 million. This is just the start, but Mr. Kitchens without being specific stated he is not happy with the entire budget. A lock-step partisan on every issue except for the Bucks’ arena funding doesn’t say much to his credibility in adequately or successfully “representing” his district nor to his listening skills. Our otherwise “quiet” Representative Kitchens did however show a surprising natural ability to speak on the floor of the Assembly on April 14. Representative Andy Jorgensen, (D-Milton) brought a resolution aimed at enacting a permanent ban on the introduction of any future “religious conscience” amendment, such as the controversial one passed and then quickly dropped in Indiana. Representative Kitchens spoke up in firm opposition to Jorgensen’s bill that would have barred Republicans from bringing future constitutional amendments or other legislation allowing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, religion or any of a host of other classifications and also called for the Assembly to reaffirm protecting the civil rights of all Wisconsinites and to denounce bigotry and hate. Having clearly stated his legislative, “moral” imperative on the Assembly floor, questions about Kitchens’ support for Rep. Jacque’s (R-De Pere) current attempts at criminalizing women’s reproductive health care rights, about the proposed Republican dismantling of the GAB, about placing limits on the John Doe process or about future legislative majority goals at restricting and usurping more local control over environmental, education funding or zoning issues, all suggest questions to be brought


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›perspectives again to our 1st District Representative Kitchens. Don’t be bashful.

HELLERTOON

Donald Freix Fish Creek, Wis.

Thanks for the Walk The Door County Medical Center Auxiliary wishes to thank all those who contributed to the success of the 55th Annual House & Garden Walk held on July 28. It was indeed a success, hosting more than 1,200 people from our great state of Wisconsin and Illinois, and netting approximately $35,000, all of which goes to the Ministry Door County Medical Center Dental Clinic and Skilled Nursing Facility. A very special “thank you” to each one of our committee chairs and co-chairs for their outstanding jobs throughout the year in preparation of the walk. We also wish to thank our wonderful homeowners who were so kind in permitting us to showcase their beautiful homes and/or gardens: Robert Carroll, Sturgeon Bay; Maribeth & Scott Hetherington, Sturgeon Bay; Kathy & Roger Nulton, Egg Harbor; Mary Ann & Gary Guterman (garden only), Ephraim; and Danielle & Lou Covotsos, Ellison Bay. Our thanks also to sponsors, newspapers, magazines and radio stations for their excellent coverage, without your assistance we could never have reached out to so many people. And then, of course, there are our terrific volunteers...those who contributed their time as hostesses, cashiers, parkers, and anyone else who donated their time to the event. You are all appreciated, and we couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you to each and every one of you! Mark your calendar…we’ll see you next year for the 56th House & Garden Walk on July 26, 2016. Jane Harwood, Deb Hogan, Barb Malzahn & Mary Greisen, Co-chairs Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

Time for Public Meetings Congressman Ribble, it’s time for public meetings. Our US Congress is on its second longest recess of the year, over a month long. This time is usually spent getting in touch with constituents – us. Not so much for our Congressman Reid Ribble, who represents all of Northeastern Wisconsin. Since January 2011 when he took office, Congressman Ribble has not held a town hall or listening session in Door County. In fact, his official website indicates he has held few public meetings outside of the Fox Valley in his 4 ½ years in office. Maybe he needs an invitation to a public meeting from one of our fine media outlets or non-partisan groups? To be fair, many members of Congress feel they can forego public meetings with their constituents. Why, I wonder? So let me thank Assemblyman Joel Kitchens for giving priority to public meetings with constituents. He has five events scheduled! The details are listed in this Pulse issue. Kitchens is showing the leadership we need. I hope they are all well attended, and both the attendees and Assemblyman Kitchens learn much from each other. Whether you call them “town halls” or “listening sessions,” public meetings are an important part of any legitimate democracy, don’t you agree? Dick Kaiser Sister Bay, Wis.

Candidate Koch He boasts that he’s a preacher’s son— he begins each speech with that;

then extols his rural upbringing in Iowa farmland, green and flat; he claims to be as common as dirt, and as honest as the corn that grows, forgetting, perhaps, that like the corn he’s now a walking, talking GMO. His views owe less to Eagle scouting than to opinion polling; he’s been groomed for this by experts, who foot the bills to keep him rolling; he never says a thing today he won’t modify tomorrow: and if he gets tangled in the truth, there’s a Reagan quip he can borrow. He claims he loves the working class: Its unions and pensions he hates. Obamacare smacks of socialism, as does any federal mandate. He’ll save the schools by destroying them: forget knowledge, go learn a trade; folks should be free to work several jobs, all week for minimum wage. Women can’t be trusted with things, like the workings of their own bodies; and voters can’t be trusted to vote without proving their identities. The solution to rampant gun violence is to make guns more readily available; and cutting taxes creates more revenue— that’s a fact that’s unassailable. The government is much too large, he says, but just the right size for him; he’s lived most his life on the tax payer’s dime; his private sector experience? Slim. As governor he considers it his task to bring the Welfare State to an end; if there’s money to hand out, forget the poor— those millions are meant for his friends. As he tours the country in his campaign bus or rolls up to rallies on his bike; when he stands on stage in televised debates and speaks doubletalk into the mic, remember this man who claims that he knows how to fix all the things that we broke is a wholly owned subsidiary of Charles and David Koch. Mike Orlock Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

Even Chickens Learn From Experience It is almost amusing to see the trend of dairy farming in Wisconsin today under the urging of the University and Department of Agriculture claiming the need to expand to be able to keep up with demands to “feed the world.” Europe and Asia are at all time high milk production and have surplus of their own and dropping prices to deal with. It seems that there is a manifesto that has been put in place to put small farmers out of business as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, for those leaders it is the small farms that have stabilized the industry through the decades and continue to do so, even while fewer in numbers. One of the advantages the small family farms enjoy is the ability to contain their operation within their own holdings and not have to spend a major part of their income in transporting field forage crops and the immense amount of manure that is generated at a central location. That’s a huge advantage and may save some of the small farm operations and make them sustainable. The stewardship and ecological responsibility becomes secondary to the need to dispose of the massive amount of waste that is now a disposal problem all over. The reliance on maximum spreading amounts that were dictated by the voluntary nutrient management plans has shown that it does not work. Stewardship and ecological responsibility have been given a secondary role in large-scale production as brought out in the increasing problems of the last few years. There is a new effort to improve the enforcement capabilities of the nutrient management plans, but that same problem will remain regardless of the new regulations, that problem is enforcement – nothing will have changed – as before, Fridays and weekend spreading will be unchallenged, unless by citizen observation and recording, too often after-the-fact. These comments are based on my own experience of 43 years of producing milk for the Grade A Chicago Fluid Milk Market, which historically paid substantially more than the Grade B market which consisted of cheese and other dairy product manufacturing. Grade A milk mandated an inspection twice yearly by Chicago Board

of Health inspectors and quality had to be maintained. Under Wisconsin law for manufacturing milk – less than Grade A producers are inspected by the processor who buys the milk. In other words, if you are a producer who processes your own manufacturing grade milk, you are your own inspector for quality control. You can see where this is going. To continue to produce in excess of the market needs and not to respond to those needs with curtailed production is playing with disaster. This has been proven several times and Grade A farmers operated on a quota system that worked well all those years. There was no effort by unknown forces to get farmers to expand with entirely borrowed resources, other than the University push to “get bigger,” in order to compete with California for the Dairyland title, and help maintain the banking industry. Jerome Viste Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

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LOST AND FOUND

MOTORCYCLES

Lost: Walking Stick In area of Memorial, County E or County Q. Black grip handle, 3 covered bridge medallions. Call Judy at 920.729.1184

2004 Ducati 999 Superbike 14,800k miles, Yellow, BiPosta. Up-to-date scheduled maintenance. $6,500 Young Auto Sales. 743.9228 youngautomotive. net

MISCELLANEOUS Bible Study – Fish Creek All are welcome - feel free to drop in once or every week! Please consider joining us on Thursdays, 7:30-8:30am. Contact Polly Kuehn at 920.495.3623 for more information.

2004 Harley Davidson Road King Std Blue, 20k miles, Paint matched hard side bags, Aluminum wheels, Passenger back rest, Good tires, $8,999. Young Auto Sales 743.9228 youngautomotive.net

Breast Cancer Financial Assistance Are you dealing with breast cancer? Is a loved one? Do you need screening? The Sue Baldwin Fund, Inc. can help. To download an application or to learn more about financial assistance provided by The Sue Baldwin Fund visit www.suebaldwinfund.com or call (920) 839-1114

SUVS

Wanted to Buy - Vintage Jewelry Contact Joey’s at 608-642-5948

AUTOS CARS *REDUCED* 2004 Toyota Solara SE Convertible 114k miles, 6cyl., power windows & locks, auto trans, runs & drives great, sharp looking black. $5,500! Young Auto Sales, 743.9228, youngautomotive.net 1983 VW Rabbit Diesel Original paint and very little rust, Ziebart, rebuilt engine, many new parts. Needs new fuel line, headliner, and grill. A good investment and fun to drive. 60 Green Bay Road, Sturgeon Bay. $3,000. 920.746.2121 or fredwittig@gmail.com 1984 Apple Red Corvette $4,500/OBO. Call 920.743.0037 or 920.365.2663. 2005 Mercedes CLK Convertible Excellent. Low miles. Fun car. Reasonable. 920.823.2187 2007 Ford Taurus SE Tungsten silver, graphite 6 passenger interior, CD sound system, well maintained, recent tires, CarFax clean, 111k miles. $4,995. Young Auto Sales, 743.9228, youngautomotive.net 2008 Honda Fit Sport 4 door, auto trans, factoryserviced, 97K, great mpg, $5,995. 920.839.2017

MISCELLANEOUS 2000 GMC RV Bus DIESEL!! 28 passenger bus for church/school use, or RV use - 2 beds, kitchen area, lounge TV/ DVD. A-1 mecanically, looks good in and out. Sister Bay.

1999 GMC Chevrolet Suburban 1500 4x4, leather, CD, very nice body, engine has high miles. Under $1500. Sister Bay, 902.839.5454. ALSO: 1998 BMW 170IL, 1995 Cadillac Eldorado, 1989 Jaguar XJ6 & Corvette Coupe. 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Black/black leather. 120k miles. 4.7 liter V-8. Fully loaded! Sunroof, Infinity sound system, factory tow package. New brakes, muffler & battery. $6,995. Young Auto Sales, 743.9228, youngautomotive.net

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Clark Lake home for rent. 100 ft of frontage. Fully furnished. Large garage with workbench. $800/mo. plus utilities. 12 month lease. No pets, no smoking. 8298 Cty F., Baileys Harbor Rent the entire house (3 BR, 2 Ba F/R) $950 w/o utilities and 1 car garage. OR: 2BR 5 rms,o/s deck. $850 inc utilities. OR: 1BR, 1/L/R, & kitchen. $645. Available 9-1-2015. 920.559.2774. Fully Furnished Three Bedroom Home Sept 20-May 1, 2016, Fully furnished, three bedrooms (one king size, two queen size), one full bath, full kitchen, washer & dryer. All furniture & TVs, all bed linens & towels, dishes, silverware, etc. DirectTV, WI-FI, snow removal included in rent. No smoking, no pets. $650 per month, plus heat & utilities. Five miles north of Sturgeon Bay on Hwy 42. Call 920.743.4959 or 920.559.9292

VACATION RENTAL Cottage, Kayak and Canoe Rentals COLE’S CABINS, luxury cottages, charming “lighthouse Suite,” starting at $79. Private lake access, public kayak/canoe rentals, lowest prices in the county, great service, stones throw to Mink River. 1081 County Road ZZ, Rowleys Bay. 920.421.1257 or 920.421.2157

APARTMENT

FOR SALE

Condo Water View Beautiful furnished 2BR condo in Gills Rock available late October through May. 2 people maximum, no pets. Rent covers owners operational costs at $450 per month including utilities. 920421-2470.

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

Sister Bay Furnished 2 Bedroom Apartment Next to Beach Park. Full appliance package, internet, cable, parking, snow plowing, lawn care included. $600/mo, plus utilities. Available September to May. Call Kim at 715.572.7634.

RESIDENTIAL HOME 2 Bedroom Home With attached garage, in Village of Sister Bay. No smoking, no pets. $700. 920.421.1390 2 Bedroom Home Baileys Harbor. $750/mo. plus utilities. 12 month lease, available September 1. No pets, no smoking. 920.421.1150 3 Bedroom House on Beach Road in Sister Bay Charming 1200 sq ft Sister Bay house for rent. $800/mo, utilities not included, fully furnished, natural fireplace on 1 1/2 acres located at 11602 Beach Road. Available 9/1/15. Call 262-9930935. 3 bedroom waterfront home Waterfront, 3 bedroom, 2 bath

Desk/Conference or Dining Table 6’6”Lx2’8”Wx2’7”H. Need a nice work area for home or office? This table looks great and can be used as either a personal desk or a conference table. Maple top with 1/4” thick glass on tip. Legs are solid and the table is rock steady. $50/obo. Call Rob at 920.839.1185 or text 847.867.7624. Located in Baileys Harbor, can email photos. Door County Interiors & Design Free Measure. Free Estimate. Up to 25% off Hunter Douglas Blinds. Up to 40% off Carpeting and Tile. 7266 Highway 42 - 2 miles south of Egg Harbor. 920.868.9008, open 7 days a week. Frigidaire Washer and Whirlpool Dryer Only used seasonally. Like New. $160.00 each. Call Mitch at 414 322-0617 for more information.

MERCHANDISE Burning Barrels Nelson’s Shopping Center, Baileys Harbor and Fish Creek. 920-8392326 DOOR COUNTY ROCK & GEM Gallery, rock shop, jewelry and decor. 10421 Hwy 42, North Ephraim, next to the Summer Kitchen.

Incidentals North of Ephraim Handmade imports. Equipales furniture 60% off. Clearance sale! 40-60 percent off. Cash or check only. 10355 Water Street (Hwy 42), Ephraim. For more information call 920.854.7803 or 920.743.0037.

MISCELLANEOUS 75 Gallon Saltwater Aquarium Currently active with fish, corals and live rock. Includes 6-bulb T5 light, stand, and many extras. $500. 920.421.4013 Door County Kraut Co. Sauerkraut, dill, in season pies, tortes, Kringle, Danish, Quinoa muffins, Gluten free products, Specialty breads, Smoked Whitefish Spreads, other items in stock. See you in Baileys Harbor farm market on Sundays, Jacksonport farm market on Tuesdays. For special orders and information call 920-839-2288 – 2604 Grove Rd., Baileys Harbor, WI. Dry Apple and Cherry Wood Call 920.256.0609 FIREWOOD LOGCRAFTERS. Dry, mixed firewood. Camp wood delivered to your campsite. 920.746.0122 HUGE ART & TREASURES SALE! A fundraiser benefiting the Miller Art Museum. Original art, prints & posters by notable Door County artists, jewelry, art books, ceramics, collectibles, art supplies, frames, textiles, kitsch, china & housewares; Aug 8 – 22, mezzanine level of museum. Address and specific hours at http://tiny.cc/ffo50x. HYLINE ORCHARD FARM MARKET 2 miles north of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42. (920-868-3067) OPEN DAILY 9-5. HOMEMADE CHERRY & APPLE PRODUCTS FROM OUR ORCHARDS. New in Bakery Dept, rhubarb, cherry rhubarb and strawberry rhubarb pies. Also our cherry and apple pies baked or ready to bake. A variety of cheese, cheese spreads and cheese curds. Door County beer and wines. Natural homemade soaps. Door County Watch Us Grow liquid fertilizer. Honey crisp dried apples, large variety of fruit pie fillings including Cherry & Honey Crisp apple. Jams, Jellies, Pies, Salsa, BBQ Sauce, (Cherries: frozen, canned and dried), Cherry Cider, Honey Crisp Blend Apple Cider, our new apple grape and peachy apple and apple cranberry ciders. Fresh Eggs, Maple Syrup, Honey, Pickles, Spices, Fudge, Gifts & Gift Boxes and Much More. Pick Your Own Cherries and Apples in season. Six Generations Growing and Marketing Fruits and Vegetables. Wholesale and Retail products. We ship UPS. Accept WIC checks.

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10610 Meadow Lane, Sister Bay • 854-1011 Northern Door’s Full Service Salon & Spa Hair • Nails • Tanning • Massages Facials • Tanning • Microderm Abrasion • Body Waxing

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“The Story” of the Bible from Genesis through Revelation in our worship and educational programs. Call our office for more information. All are welcome!

7:45 & 10:30am Sturgeon Bay United Methodist 836 Michigan Street – Sturgeon Bay www.sturgeonbayumc.org • (920) 743-3241

ELCA, Ellison Bay, WI Frank Maxwell, interim pastor Church Office: 920-854-2988 Join Us in Worship!

Sunday Worship Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend 9:00 AM Traditional Worship Service with communion 10:15 AM Coffee and Fellowship 10:45 AM Praise Worship with communion

For more information on church activities visit: www.shepherdofthebay.org

Door of Life

CHRISTIAN CHURCH where faith meets real life 2731 Hwy 42 On the Hill Above Sister Bay

Sunday Service: 10:00 am Pastor Ed House Joyful Praise & Worship Biblical Answers to Today’s Challenges ALL ARE WELCOME! Café ♥ Nursery & Children’s Services ♥ Food Pantry Visiting Door County? We Look Forward to GreetingYou! Check us out . . . @ www.Facebook.com/Dooroflife (920) 421-1525

Baha’i Faith

DEVOTIONS & DISCUSSION

2nd Sunday, 7 p.m. at 9633 Cty Rd A, Fish Creek 4th Sunday, 7 p.m. at 4037 Main St., Fish Creek doorcountybahais.org • 920.868.9698 “The original foundation of all religions is love.”

PrinCe of PeaCe LutHeran Sunday Worship 9:30AM Fellowship 10:30AM “THE STORY” begins Sept. 20th Master’s Cup Sturgeon Bay Coffee House Christian Counseling M-F 9am-4pm FREE WIFI

(920)743-7750 Paul Thierfelder M. Div., M.A., LMFT

RCA Brunswick Radiola AR813 c.1924 Super Heterodyne, tubes, dry cells, brass phonograph arm. ALSO - Free double size sofa bed. Metal frame trundle bed. All mattresses clean. 920.839.2282

Ultralight, Sport Kit, Ready for Restoration Rotec Panther, plus 2 with Rotec 532, dual control, body with doors, floats and skis. Tail was damaged and needs some new tubes and covering. Has chute but not certified. In storage in Sturgeon Bay, make an offer around $3,000. 920.746.2121, fredwittig@gmail.com Wagon, Buggy, Table John Deere spring wagon, restored, ready to go - $1700/ obo. Complete doctor’s buggy, needs restoration, all parts, make offer. Gate-leg table, solid oak oval 45”x67”. $500/obo. Phone 920.868.3436

SPORTING EQUIPMENT Brand New Bike Helmets One men’s and one women’s bike helmet for sale. 920.868.1304 Excaliber Exocet Recurve Cross Bow Scope, extras. Excellent condition. $300. David Franke, 920.854.4230 Fishing Rods Casting, trolling, spinning; rod cases: large tackle box, over 80 lures +. 920.854.1910 Used paddleboard & kayak for sale Call to find out more info. Phone (920) 355-2925

FREE-CYCLING

MISCELLANEOUS 2 Bikes + Bike Carrier 2 men’s vintage Raleigh racingstyle bikes, 3-speed, in working order. Thule 1 1/4” hitch-style bicycle carrier, suitable for van or SUV, holds 3 bikes. Vicinity Sister Bay. 920-854-9402

GARAGE OR YARD SALE ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES! SAT, 8/30, 8AM-3PM ONLY! Bric-abrac, art, kitchen items, glassware, appliances, furniture, rugs, dishes, curios, books, costume jewelry, objets d’art, fine dinnerware, postage stamps, lots more! 118 S 5th Avenue between Oregon & Nebraska Estate Sale August 29, 8am-5pm & August 30, 9am-4pm. 2213 County Road U, Sturgeon Bay. Don’t miss this one! Dozens of antique furniture pieces, vintage dishes, art deco, power tools, AC units, upholstery & sewing tools. See estatesale. com for details. Garage Sale-330 West Redwood Street, Sturgeon Bay Thursday, August 27 (Noon-8), Friday, August 28 (8-4), Saturday, August 29 (8-3). Small antique/ collectable items, toddler bed/ mattress, child’s kitchen set, toddler riding toys, air hockey table, games, clown figurines, shoes, kids clothing, teen dresses, books, picture frames, household items and much more.

Pastor James Gomez 1756 Michigan Street Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 920.743.7750 • princeofpeacesb.com

Bethel Baptist Church

bethelellisonbay.org • 920.854.4490

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship oF Door CoUnty

A Liberal Community of Faith Sunday Service Child Care Preschool through Elementary grades Visit us at www.uufdc.org

August 23 - 10:00 am John McFadden Growth and Meaning in Later Life IN THE UU GALLERY Three Sea Tales - Watercolors Roberta Raymond Gallery Talk August 23 @ noon

10341 hwy 42 ~ north ephraim ~ 920.854.7559

Moving sale. Everything must go! Very reasonable! 34 years worth of Door County art, vintage clothing, jewelry, household and furniture, building supplies, camping and sporting goods, lumber, trailer, etc. Friday and Saturday, August 21, 22nd, 28th and 29th, 9-4. 2244 Scandia Rd., Sister Bay Multi Family Sale on Hill Road! Come up Hill Road in Sister Bay for great yard sale finds on Saturday, August 29, 8 am to Noon. Hill Road folks are cleaning out their drawers, attics and garages just for you. Assorted great stuff at great prices! Please observe 25 mph Hill Road speed limit that the County seems unable to enforce! Multiple Family Garage Sale Saturday, August 29, 8am-3pm. 10876 Trillium Lane, Sister Bay. Entertainment unit 76x30, stereo system, set of 12 vintage fine china, books, tapes, movies, carpenter items, clothes, Christmas items, bikes, coat racks, numerous household items. Outdoor Flea Market Saturday, August 22. 8am-4pm. Peninsula Antique Center, 2 miles south of Egg Harbor on Highway 42. Peninsula Gun Club Annual Rummage Sale September 12-13, 9am-4pm. 3702 Juddville Road, Fish Creek. Brats, hot dogs, chili, beverages for purchase.

Sat 9-4 at W3475 CTY HWY F FISH CREEK (Sat 8/22) Garage Sale with many household items, gas grill, kayak, silver sets, men’s and women’s clothing, jewelry, dresser w double bed frame, vintage items, yarn, holiday items and knick knacks, tools, like new gas fireplace insert. Sat., Aug. 22 & Sun., Aug. 23, 9am-5pm 110 Sugar Maple Dr, Luxemburg, WI. HWY 57 to WELCOME TO DOOR COUNTY sign, turn east on County Line Rd., is on the first corner. Tools, tractors, 14 boats, 100 outboard motors, trailers (any reasonable offer accepted). Ladies designer cloths sizes 6-12 (some never worn), shoes & boots size 7. Household items (too many to list), furniture, artwork and much more. Vendors wanted Spaces available for Sunday, Sept 6 (Labor Day weekend) Stuff-orama flea market on the grounds of Domicile in Sister Bay. $15. Call 920-854-9005 Yard Sale Assorted items. 8-2, Friday, August 21 & Saturday, August 22. 8185 County Road A, Baileys Harbor.

MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITIES Cave/Bluff & Wetlands Kayak Tours Explore Cave Point, Eagle Bluff or the nationally renowned wetlands of the Ridges Sanctuary via Logan Creek with sit-on-top kayaks and a certified guide. $55/Person Tours starting 8am, 10am, noon, 2pm. Book online at DoorCountyKayakTours.com or call (920)868-1400

2015 • Our 133rd Year

852 Europe Bay Road, Ellison Bay WI 54210

Sunday Morning Pastor Joel Rose Sunday School for all ages at 9:15 am Coffee Fellowship at 10:15 am Worship at 10:45 am

Moving Sale 9888 Hwy. 57, Baileys Harbor. Saturday, August 22 and Sunday, August 23, 8am-3pm. Everything must go, something for everyone!

Sunday Worship 9:30 AM

Visiting Pastor August 23 October Mansholt 2&9 Bishop Gerald Rev. Martin Ruge Appleton, Neenah, WI WI

Bethany

LUtheRan ChURCh 3028 Church St. (Cty Hwy Q) Ephraim, WI 54211-0707

October 2 & 9 Rev. Martin Ruge VisitorsNeenah, always welcome. WI

Worship services are streamed ‘live’ and archived at BethanyEphraim.org

Ephraim Moravian Church Now Fully Accessible!

New Evangelical Free Church in Northern Door County

Sunday Service 10 a.m. 8 a.m. Early Service 10 a.m. Traditional Service 920-854-2804 9970 Moravia Street ephraimmoravian.org

Interested in being part of a new church? Work on Sunday? … Worship on Monday! Give us a call: 920-333-3544 Check out our web site: www.theorchardefca.org www.facebook.com/TheOrchardEFCA Now meeting on Monday evenings. Places vary.


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Harbor, WI 54202 This Summer! JoinBaileys Us For Worship

(Memorial920.839.2224 Day Through Labor Day) Immanuel-Lutheran.org

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Kayak/Canoe Rentals 1/4 mile to Mink River on Rowleys Bay. Single and double kayaks. Large 17’ canoes with anchors for fishermen. Beginner kayak lessons $15. River trip $22. Lowest prices, friendly accommodating service. COLE’S CABINS. 920.421.1257 or 920.421.2157

RESIDENTIAL

SPECIALS

Door County Dream Farmette 10 organic acres, 3 bedrm, 2 bath home with wonderful 20x30 gathering room. Quality outblgs surrounding a central courtyard. Great views and privacy. $312,000. 746-0885 sellsunnyfarmwi.com

Hyline Orchards Annual flowers and vegetable plants. Fresh rhubarb and asparagus. Wood mulch. Early buy wood pellets. 2 miles N of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42. Open daily 9am-5pm.

For Sale by Owner 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch with 2 car attached plus 2 car detached garages. 2.5 acres near Ephraim. Mint condition. 10196 Any Old Road. $339,000. 920.421.2260

PETS MISCELLANEOUS ATTEND-A-PET WHERE YOUR PETS ARE AS IMPORTANT TO US AS THEY ARE TO YOU! Professional in-home pet-sitting serving northern Door County. Fully insured and bonded with over 25 years experience. Please call Sally at 920.854.5347 or see us www.attendapet.com

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL Sister Bay Office Condo Large, beautiful corner office (retired attorney); storage; conference room available; gracious lobby; attractive building with unlimited parking. Owner: 920.854.4120

For Sale By Owner Ellison Bay house nestled in nature with 1.6 acres of wooded land. 12491 Cedar Dell Lane. Photos available at forsalebyowner.com. $334,900, 920.868.1751 For Sale by Owner 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in the heart of Baileys Harbor. Lake views, full basement, attached garage, abundant storage, hardwood floors, new well, furnace and roof and established gardens. 8161 Highway 57. $319,000. 262.949.4617 Log Home with 4 Car Garage Plus 30x50 Cleary building. Home on 5.3 acres in private residential. 3-4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 25003800sqft. Mid $400’s. Call for details. Sister Bay, 920.839.5454. Lot in Sister Bay On sewer and water. Heavily wooded, partially cleared for home. $44,900. 920.854.4403

Must Sell! 3bed, 2bath, 1100sf home. Open concept. 11636 Meadow Wood Lane, Ellison Bay. Originally $115G. Open to reasonable offer. Call Chris 920-421-0334 Newer Duplex on 2 Secluded Acres

BOATS

American 14.6 Daysailer American 14.6 Daysailer (1997) with trailer. Good condition. Excellent for beginner to seasoned sailers, great for families. $2,200. 920.850.2164

Cedar Strip Boats Built in Door County, currently available: Wee Lassie cedar strip canoe, $3600. Bootlegger 17’ tandem kayak, $8400. Working on a SUP. Call 920.823.2547 for viewing and more information.

1100 sq. ft. per unit with 2 bedrooms each, cathedral ceilings in upper, energy efficient, all appliances included, ash/birch flooring and cedar trim, beautiful wooded setting near Garrett Bay. $155,000/entire building. Call 920.421.1001

LAND and SEA LAND for SALE - 10 acres in Sister Bay - $65,000. BOATS - 18’ Bowrider; 20’ Slickcraft ski boat; 22’ Fishing boat, $2,000/each OBO (trade?). 24’ SeaRay, sleeps 4, $5,995. 27’ SeaRay, sleeps 6, 10’ wide, $11,500. All have inboard outboards, Bimini tops and trailers. 920.256.1814

VACANT LAND 6+ Buildable Acres, Jacksonport Prime location, partly wooded, very reasonable. Call for complete information. 920.823.2187. Mink River Road Property - Ellison Bay Beautiful, fully-wooded 6.1 buildable acres. Near the Mink River Estuary Nature Preserve. Short distance to Rowley’s Bay. Working well with hand pump on property. $69,900. Call 920-868-1553

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES ATVS 1999 Polaris 500 Magnum Well maintained, in excellent condition. Comes with snowplow and chains. Asking $2500. 920.839.2754

Vintage 1974 Boston Whaler

9 ft squall/dinghy with sailing accessories, oars and trailer. Great condition. $1800 or best offer. In Fish Creek. Call Pat 414.651.2417.

EVERYONE WELCOME! The Rev. Daphne Cody Rector, St. Elisabeth Episcopal Church

Glencoe, IL

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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Canterbury Lane, Sister Bay - 1st left off Hwy. 57, south of 42/57 intersection The Rev. Barbara J. Sajna * 854-9600 http://stlukes-sisterbay.org

Calvary & Zion

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Worship

10:30 Calvary Calvary 10:15

8781 CTY F Fish Creek, WI

4650 CTY E Egg Harbor, WI

Sunday at Jam Calvary 10:30am 5 Gospel pm Fri 1/23 Acoustic Open8/23/15, Mic & Meal @ Calvary Rev. Michael Morris 920.868.3112 Rev. Jane Sommers 920.868.3112 parishoffice@calvaryzionumc.org parishoffice@calvaryzionumc.org

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St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (E.L.C.A.)

A Friendly Place to Worship - All Are Welcome Sunday Services Wednesdays 8:00 am, 9:30 am Worship with Communion 6 pm Adult Bible Class 6:30 pm & 11:15 am

5:30 PM Saturday Night Worship

Pastor Chris Leonard Bible Centered Worship Church Phone 868-3811

9:00 AM Sunday Worship 11:00 AM Peninsula Park Amphitheater Service

Cottage Row & Main Fish Creek

1:30 Wednesday Bible Study

Handicap Accessible Hearing Assisted Loop System

www.ccfishcreek.com

10924 Old Stage Rd., Sister Bay In essentials, unity. In non-essentials, liberty. In all things, love.

9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 920.854.4080: Office Phone All Who Follow Christ: Ministers Rev. Kerry D. Krauss: Pastor

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The United Methodist Church

We Are Merging Excitement and Hope Into Doors. a Vital Faith. Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open

SISTER BAY MORAVIAN CHURCH

Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. and 8:00 A.M. in July & August

743-3286

For Further Information Contact Pastor Lloyd at (920) 421-1327

Holy Communion Every Sunday • Sunday School

United Methodist services Sundays at 9:00

August 23 • 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.

SUNDAYS 10 AM In the Tidball Horse Barn located at 12376 Timberline Rd., Ellison Bay. One mile north of Uncle Tom’s Candy Store.

East of Hwy. 42 on Juddville Rd. • 920.868.2826 stpaulslutheranjuddville.org Pastor Frank Kauzlarich

Corner of North Cave Point Road & Hwy 57

Main St. at Cottage Row Fish Creek

The Cowboy Church of Door County

Boat Lift Shore Station FFV30 108, 3000 lbs. 180” wide. $16,000. Commander motor. Can be seen on Kangaroo Lake. 920.246.9767

Worship with us at the historic 1890s “Little White Church” in Jacksonport.

The Church of the Atonement (Episcopal)

Saturday Night Praise - 5:00 p.m. Sunday Liturgical Service - 9:00 a.m. (Communion: 1st & 3rd Sundays, 2nd & 4th Saturdays) Pastor Sue Gunderson 7973 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, WI 54202 Phone: 920.839.2224 Web: Immanuel-Lutheran.org

Holy Nativity 3434 County Road V Jacksonport Saturday Eucharist at 5:00pm Rite Two, Full Mass with music

Christ the King

512 Michigan Street Sturgeon Bay Sunday Eucharist at 9:30am Rite Two, Full Mass with music

Fr. David Ruby, Pastor

Office (920)868-3241

Weekend Catholic Mass Schedule May 23rd thru September 6, 2015 Saturday 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM Sunday 7:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM

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Lasee Upholstering Company Custom Marine Canvas Covers & Repair Foam Cushion Replacement& Upholstery Supplies 87 West Maple • Sturgeon Bay 743-2082

2005 Dutch Classic 39 Park Model Reduced: $20,000 Description: 40’. Cathedral Roof, Beige Vinyl Siding with white trim. Large Master Bedroom. Includes: 16cft. Refrid/Freezer combo. 30” Range, Range Microwave, Upgraded Air-Conditioning unit, Standard Furnace, 2 Pullout Couches, 1 queen bed/frame, Dinette and 4 Chairs; CD Player/Radio Combo with Wired Audio System. Outside Deck included. Single-paned windows. Amish Crafted Cabinets, Window Treatments. Price is firm. Great for seasonal campers! Please call: 920-825-7372 for more information.

CARPENTRY CLEAN IT...FIX IT...BUILD IT! Handyman for all residential and business needs. Licensed, insured, experienced. Photos & references available. Call Tom at 920-7439727

CLEANING Door Windows, LLC Residential and commercial window washing and gutter cleaning. Call 920.421.1788 or 920.421.4445 K2 Window Cleaning Windows so clean, you’ll think they’re open! Serving all of Door County. Fully insured. Please call 920-559-1186 or 920-856-6997

ELECTRIC TV, Satellite, etc. TV Installation, Custom Satellite Installation, TV tower construction/service, Coax, Cat5/6 wiring and cell phone boosters. Call Paul with Communication Specialists at 920.743.5320

LAWN/YARD CARE 911 Lawn Care and Firewood Services Spring Clean Up. Cuttings as Needed. Offering Maintenance, Mulch, Topsoil, Plantings, Seeding. Call with questions. Free Estimates. A Family Business 920-495-4740 911 Lawncare and Firewood Services Cured hardwood for sale by the cord face or bundle. Wood available for ice fishing. Call for delivery and prices. 920.495.0559 or 920.495.4740 Free Tree Removal We will remove downed trees & firewood from your property at no charge. No brush. 920.421.4644

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J & J Painting Interior and Exterior. Painting and Staining. Decks and Power Washing. Prep-Prep-Paint. BEAUTIFUL. Insured. Call Jay 920868-1713

Clock Repair and Maintenance Antique and new. Mantel, wall hanging and grandfather clocks. Draeb Jewelers, 50 N. Third Ave., Sturgeon Bay. (920) 743-4233 Deck Care Services Power Washing • Deck Cleaning & Staining or Clear Coating. Over 30 years of experience. Call 920.743.4073

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Design. Restoration. Printing. Computer Services. 2forU Design offers high quality printing on watercolor, canvas, photo papers. Fine Art reproductions from artist originals. Photo restoration and custom editing. 2forU Gallery features local artists. www.2forUDesign. com Computer Services www. PCdoctorDC.com Fish Creek. (920)854-7770

Scrap Metal, Brass, Copper, Aluminum, Stainless If you are looking to clean up around the yard, a fence line or just around the property in general, give me a call. I can help with the clean up. Your scrap metal could be turned into extra cash! Insured. Call Gary at 920819-5741

Personal/Family Assistant Personal/family assistant to take care of all household needs. Light cleaning, errands, groceries, dog walking. Anything that makes your life more enjoyable. Clean driving record. References upon request. Contact 920.421.1141

Jacksonport/Egg Harbor to Sister Bay Two or more bedrooms, garage a plus. Furnished or not. Well established family, non-smoking. 920.559.1791

Russ’ Sharpening Service Specializing in cutlery and scissors. Drop off at Jungwirth’s Ace or Nelson’s Shopping Center, Fish Creek. Teskie’s Upholstery Good quality work. Free estimates, and pickup and delivery. Call Lyle Teski at 920.265.1830. The Bike Shop Reasonable bicycle repair and rental. Gills Rock. Call 920.854.4055. Ride the quiet roads. Wood Splitting Available Your logs, our equipment. Professional tree climbing also, will trim, maintain your trees. Fully insured. Call 815.451.7514. Local.

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Seeking Year-Round Rental in Northern Door Retired non-smoking couple with pets seeks to rent year-round housing in Northern Door County starting October 1st. Please reply to: heading2dc@yahoo.com

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HEALTH CARE RN – Faith Community Nurse Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Flexible 20 hour per week position serving Stella Maris Parish and Northern Door County. Health Educator, Health Counselor, Health Advocate and Referral Agent focusing on the holistic integration of the body, mind and spirit. Call 920.868.3241 for information. Or send a cover letter, resume and 3 references to: pastoralchurch@dcwis.com or Stella Maris Paris, PO Box 49, Egg Harbor, WI 54209.

HOTEL/LODGING Front Desk The AmericInn Sturgeon Bay is seeking a self motivated, responsible individual who must have great customer service and communication skills. Computer knowledge is a must as is proper telephone operation and etiquette. Laundry duties as well. Pay begins at 9.50/hr for an average of 28hrs/week. Year round position, mainly second shift, to include every other weekend. Please email sturgeonbay.wi@ americinn.com 920.743.5898 Gordon Lodge Gordon Lodge is accepting applications for Full and Part Time Housekeepers. The Event Center and Top Deck Restaurant are accepting applications for Event Staff, Waitstaff and Dishwashers. Enjoy a beautiful, friendly work environment, competitive hourly wages and a 50 percent discount on meals at Top Deck. Experience is a plus, but not required. Housing is available. Applicants must be available until season end (October 25th) and have reliable

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transportation. Visit us at http:// gordonlodge.com/ to fill out an application or pick one up. Please send application to glodge@ gordonlodge.com or drop off. Please call Dawn 920-495-4363 if you have any questions. Housekeeping Supervisor Bay Point Inn is now taking applications for a housekeeping supervisor. Light cleaning in the winter months. Stop in, give a call or email resume. 7933 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor WI 54209. 920.868.3297

THE WATER STREET INN HOUSEKEEPING THE WATER STREET INN - Ephraim is looking for fun, friendly and energetic housekeepers. Must be able to work until October 31st. Position has 30 - 40 hours per week available. Starting pay at $13 hours. If interested call or stop by and talk to Debbie. (920) 854-2831

MISCELLANEOUS Appletree Pet Lodge Part-time pet groomer and parttime kennel assistant needed. Call 920.743.8587.

Assistant for Sacred Life Center Fred is still looking for a personal assistant part time that is Apple smart to keep track of research, communication, bills, and the list of people in trouble. We research and educate the community concerning critical health issues with a special focus on cancer. 920.746.2121 or fredwittig@gmail. com Civil Service Commission The Door County Civil Service Commission is looking for a new member to serve a five (5) year term. The Civil Service Commission was established to conduct examinations for selection to entry level and supervisory positions and promotions with the Door County Sheriff’s Department pursuant to Wis. Statute 59.26 (8), 59.52, and 63.01. There is no previous experience required and you do not need to have a law enforcement background. Submit resume to Door County Human Resources Dept., 421 Nebraska Street, Sturgeon Bay WI 54235. Resumes are due by September 4, 2015. EOE

Farmer Market Help Needed Fred needs help with his food stand at the Sturgeon Bay farmers market. Smoothies, crepes and the most popular breakfast crepes of veggies and eggs. This is a fun time, so bring your personality and artistic skills. 920.746.2121 or fredwittig@gmail.com Full and Part time Gardeners Some experience preferred. Call Tim at 920.333.0252 Maintenance Staff Weekends The Rushes Is now hiring a part time weekend staff member. Friday 8 to 2 and Saturday 8 to 2. Apply in person at The Rushes 3014 Rushes Road Baileys Harbor, WI 54202 or email resume to Dphillips@therushes.com Saguaro Day Spa Immediate openings. Massage therapists, cosmetologists, nail technicians & an esthetician. All positions part or full-time. Please send resume and 3 professional references to 3899 Old Highway Rd, Sturgeon Bay WI 54235. 920.743.5380

Year-round at Island Orchard Cider We are looking for a few reliable individuals to help us with bottling throughout the year. We will be bottling most Tuesdays and Wednesdays through the winter season. We are looking for good people to come in on those days and help bottling for 8-10 hours. We provide lunch! The hourly rate is competitive. Please email me telling me a bit about yourself and why you’d like to join our team. jack@islandorchardcider.com

Financial Coordinator Due to recent growth Dentistry by Design is looking to hire a Financial Coordinator for our Sister Bay office. Ideal candidates will have an energetic and outgoing personality, excellent communication skills, ability to multi-task, be self-motivated, and have a passion for helping others. This is a full-time position with the opportunity for advancement. Compensation dependent on experience. For more information visit www.doorcountydentistry. com. To apply send cover letter and resume to georgene@ doorcountydentistry.com

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VILLAGE OF EPHRAIM

NOTICE of a PUBLIC MEETING The Village of Ephraim Board of Trustees will be having a public meeting at the Ephraim Village Hall, 9996 Water Street, on Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 from 4pm-7pm to hear from Village of Ephraim property owners in regard to the proposed Water Street (Hwy 42) streetscape plan. The purpose of this meeting is to hear the opinions of our tax payers with respect to the current plan. The Village of Ephraim Board of Trustees has made every effort to engage as many people in this process as possible over the last year. This meeting serves as the pivotal point of participation for our village. The Board will soon be making a decision with respect to the proposed plans and it is of great importance that your opinions on this matter have an opportunity to be heard and considered. Please join us on the 26th. Public comments will be limited to 3 minutes per person, if you cannot attend the meeting you can send written comment to Brent Bristol, Village Administrator, at bbristol@ ephraim-wisconsin.com or PO Box 138, Ephraim, WI 54211. We do ask that written comment, should they be read into the record at the meeting, abide by the same 3 minute maximum that those participating in person will be limited to.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 4pm to 7pm

Ephraim Village Hall Project plans can be viewed on the village website: ephraim-wisconsin.com, at the village office on M-F from 8-4, or on the date of the meeting from 12pm to 4 pm at the village hall.

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Door County Bakery Now accepting applications for seasonal positions. dcbakery@ dcwis.com 920.854.1137

Great Sales Opportunity With a Fortune 500 company that’s growing. Base Pay + Commission. Possible $2,500 production bonus! Send resumes to PO Box 47, Sister Bay, WI 54234.

Kitchen Staff PC Junction & Pizza Czar are looking for kitchen staff. Will train, flexible hours. Call Denise at 920.421.0865

Summertime Restaurant The Summertime Restaurant in Fish Creek is searching for servers, hostesses, bartenders, and dishwashers for late summer and fall. Interested candidates should email tbolland@thesummertime. com, go to our website, www. thesummertime.com to fill out an application, or call (847) 2268545.

HELP WANTED

RESTAURANT Baileys Harbor Cornerstone Pub and Door County Fire Company We are looking for fall and winter waitstaff. Stop in or call 920.839.9001. Bluefront Cafe Accepting applications for hostserver positions. Potential year round employment. Stop by for an application or contact Sayard at

Mill Supper Club Waitstaff and kitchen help needed. Nice people to work for with a noattitude staff. Above average pay. Call 920.743.5044 or stop in for an application. Roadhouse of Carlsville We are in need of a cook, wait staff and dishwasher. Must apply in person. 5790 Highway 42, Carlsville. Sister Bay Bowl Part-Time year ‘round dishwasher. Nights. Stop in at the Sister Bay

RETAIL Part-time, Year Round Sales Person Sherry’s Hallmark in Sturgeon Bay. Apply in person, ask for Sherry. 920.743.5065 SALES ASSOCIATES • HIDE SIDE STORES Full-time, part-time, seasonal, year round, sales associate positions available at the Hide Side stores in Fish Creek. If you are personable

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Groceries • Beer • Wine • Movies LOCAL Renards Cheese & Marchants Meats Newly Remodeled Downtown Baileys Harbor A ‘Gas Station’ with a VIEW!

DAVID R. CLOWERS Attorney & Counselor At Law

Over 40 years experience helping others with Social Security benefits, family, juvenile, criminal, and bankruptcy matters. 1/2 hour Free consultation available. 207 South Fourth Ave. • Sturgeon Bay, WI 54234 Tel: (920) 743-1716 • Fax: (920) 743-6914 Email: clowers@doorpi.net

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Commercial and Residential Tree Service • Lot, Road and Driveway Clearing • Tree Maintenance and Removal • Brush and Whole-tree Chipping • View Improvement • Bobcat “Brushcat” Brush Cutting • Aerial Bucket Work and Climbing • Power Stump Grinding • Firewood and Woodchips Delivered

For more information call:

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SKILLED TRADES Door County Glass and Mirror Seeking applicants for light shop work. Also seeking assistant for glazing team. Call 920-743-8834 or email office@doorcountyglass. com for more information or to apply. Transfer Press Operator FLS Banners is in need of a transfer press operator in our digital print department. Candidate must have the necessary physical stamina, able to bend, twist and move freely and lift up to 50 lbs at times. Training will be provided to the right candidate. Send resume or request for interview to jim@ flsbanners.com

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Part / Full Time Seasonal or Year Round Housekeeping Excellent Pay and Benefits. Stop in or call for an application. 920.868.3748

4006 Hwy 42 • Fish Creek

Looking for part and full time staff to join our Farm Market teams in bakery production and retail sales. Mon. - Sat. (and Sundays in the fall) through 10/31. Flexible shifts/hours, including early mornings or late afternoon. Call 920.854.4199 ext.111 for more information.

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Call Jonathan at 920-421-1335

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HELP WANTED Housekeepers Ephraim Shores Motel (920) 854-2371 or apply in person

Associated Bank, N.A., is atalent Member FDICand ambition to Bring your and Associated Banc-Corp. (3/14) 5615 Associated Bank, a 4 time top work place winner! We are hiring a Relationship Banker and Part-time Teller at our Sturgeon Bay branch, and a Full-time Teller at our Sister Bay branch. Visit Associated Bank Careers to apply!

Help Wanted

College Kids Back At School & We Need Help Thru October

Part-Time Housekeeping Good Wages, Nice Working Conditions Ask for Sarah 920.868.3115 Or Mark at 920.493.1187

http://careers.associatedbank.com/ Associated Banc-Corp is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer Associated Banc-Corp participates in the E-Verify Program

Entry Level Carpenters

Accounting Assistant

Full-time, year round positions available. Full benefits package. Mail or drop off resume at: Portside Builders, Inc.

KerberRose, CPAs is seeking an enthusiastic Accounting Assistant for a year round position with benefits in its Sister Bay location. As a part of our team, you will assist us in delivering outstanding services to our small business clientele such as: Payroll Processing, Payroll reports, & Condominium Support Services

•Minimum of 1 year of general office/clerical experience •Bookkeeping skills, general knowledge of payroll and sales taxes is preferred •2 year accounting degree or equivalent experience •Flexible start date Our firm prides itself on our home town touch and promotes giving back to our local communities. Send your resume in confidence to: melissa.olsen@kerberrose.com Visit us at www.kerberrose.com/careers to view the full job description.

HELP CHILDREN WITH AUTISM!

Work part-time teaching language, social, life & academic skills to a young child with autism in his or her home! If you’re looking to make a real difference in the life of a child, this is the perfect job for you! We now have openings in: Sturgeon Bay, Jacksonport · FLEXIBLE HOURS · Part Time 6-12+ hrs/wk In 2-3 HR Shifts · Build-able to Full time with BENEFITS · PAID TRAINING:

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810 S. Lansing Ave. Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 or pick up application

Part Time Sales Positions Available The Door County Cooperative has openings for part time salespeople in our America’s Mattress Gallery, Appliance Avenue, & Cellcom divisions. The right candidates will utilize their experience & strong interpersonal skills to increase our customer base by providing superior customer service & presenting product / service offerings. Candidate should have 1 - 2 years of demonstrated sales success, a high degree of attention to detail and enjoy customer interactions. We pay guaranteed hourly rate plus the opportunity to earn additional income through incentives.

Is your current job ending soon? Need a change? Waseda Farms in Baileys Harbor is Hiring! Waseda Farms is a family owned Certified Organic farm raising Black Angus cattle, Berkshire Pork, Chickens (meat and egg) and we have a seasonal garden. Our Country Market is open year round (Farms don’t close for the winter) All Employees receive a discount on everything available in our stores. Competitive pay for the right people. Market Manager - Full time Position. Experience in retail management required. There is room to grow! Market Team Member - Full or part time. Customer Service oriented individual with some retail experience. If you interested in the job or more information, please email resume and questions to Laura@WasedaFarms.com or call 920-632-7271 www.WasedaFarms.com

SEVASTOPOL SCHOOL DISTRICT “Pioneering the Next Generation”

SEVASTOPOL SCHOOL NEEDS YOU! Do you … …want to earn a sign on bonus? …have a few extra hours in your day? …need a little extra income? …enjoy interacting with children of all ages? We are in need of: FULL TIME ROUTE BUS DRIVERS We offer competitive wages and flexible schedules. Must have valid CDL with school bus endorsements or we will assist you in obtaining them Please consider joining our friendly, experienced staff. Send: A letter of Application To: Roch Lautenbach, Transportation Director Sevastopol School District 4550 Highway 57 Sturgeon Bay WI 54235 920-743-6282 ext 1116 rlautenbach@sevastopol.k12.wi.us An Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualified applicants should stop in to fill out an application or submit their resume to:

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“Poetry is ordinary language raised to the Nth power. Poetry is boned with ideas, nerved and blooded with emotions, all held together by the delicate, tough skin of words.” —PAUL ENGLE

BOOK REVIEW

The Bestseller List HARDCOVER FICTION 1. Go Set a Watchman, by Harper Lee 2. Circling the Sun, by Paula McLain 3. All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr 4. The Girl On the Train, by Paula Hawkins 5. Kitchens of the Great Midwest, by J. Ryan Stradal

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ast Door County Poet Laureate Barbara Larsen has been an integral part of the peninsula’s poetry community since 1986 when she and her late husband, George, became full-time residents in the house they had built on a Beach Road bluff overlooking the waters of Green Bay. Nestled in her writing chair before a window or perched in her gazebo, she found inspiration for her poetry. Because she has enjoyed a bird’s eye view of nature over the years, the title of her recently released eighth chapbook seems especially appropriate: Poet’s Nest. Her latest book takes a different approach than the others in that she includes journal entries along with poems, sometimes pairing the reflection with the formal text that it inspired, offering readers a glimpse into her poetic process. In the forward to her book, Larsen recalls a conversation with the late Norbert Blei in which he encouraged her not only to offer this combination, but to reproduce copies of journal pages. The tone of Poet’s Nest differs from her earlier books in that the poet, now 88, is at a point in her life at which she not only looks back but also contemplates the meaning of that existence, now that she has lost her husband of more than 60 years and has moved from her home on Beach Road to a retirement community. But while the tone of her book is at times somber, it is not one of regret and certainly not self-pity. Her life as a poet has included not only publications of her work and awards for her verse, but teaching workshops for students and adults, and founding two ongoing writing groups of which she continues to be a member. Her latest book is not a valedictory to her readers but rather a progress report. The chapbook is divided into four sections: Living in the Now, Landscapes as Friends, Cycles, and Dharma. Entries and poems (some written recently, others culled from her past) reflect upon her life experiences, observations and philosophy, one that draws upon Eastern influences. As current Door County Poet Laureate Ralph Murre observed, her book “is evidence of a great wisdom gleaned from a life well-spent in the search for truths and, yes, in the pursuit of happiness. “This is a book of very philosophical poetry,” he continued, “by one of our most deservedly revered tribal elders” offering “glimpses into the author’s journals, lending insight and illumination to the selected verse.” For example, the 1992 journal entry preceding “Winter Dance” reads in part: “Put down a poem which I had taken notes on in the dark one night after we [she and her husband] had lain snuggled together while the wind howled & rain pelted the roof….I had tentatively called it ‘Winter Dawn’ but [workshop leader] Neil suggested ‘Winter Dance’ which is much better.” The resultant poem begins: Wind is a wall of sound enclosing the house. Waves of sleet sweep across the roof. In our quilted burrow slightest toe movements bring shock of cold sheets. He turns and I slip into his curve commingling heats warmth of skin resting bones muscles soft with sleep.

HARDCOVER NONFICTION 1. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, by Marie Kondo 2. Between the World and Me, by TaNehisi Coates 3. Dead Wake, by Erik Larson 4. The Wright Brothers, by David McCullough 5. Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande

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Some of her poems take her back to her girlhood, as does “Days of Sunshine,” which opens: I speak of a time and a place when the days were a yellow ribbon unwinding languorously down the long road of summer. Pure days of a village summer where mornings brought tree climbing in the orchard while dew still beaded the long grass. Her poem “consider the tree” speaks of her developing philosophy of life: it doesn’t analyze its root system or agonize over its size or the direction its branches are taking it just keeps growing in two directions one end nurtured by rich darkness the other reaching toward luminous light She finds life’s meaning in her poem “Essentials” in something as simple as three women sitting on a bench watching the sun set Watching the sun sink into the bay from Beach Road in “Wonder” offers insight into death, the opportunity to see for ourselves before it is time for us to know like a child pretending sleep in order to listen in on grownup secrets. Those readers who have enjoyed Larsen’s earlier books will welcome the opportunity to once again return to her life viewed from a “nest” atop the Beach Road bluff overlooking the panorama of Green Bay waters. New readers will discover for themselves the talent that earned Barbara Larsen the honor of serving as the county’s first living poet laureate. Poet’s Nest: Journal Entries and Poems by Barbara Larsen is available for $12 at Main Street Market in Egg Harbor.

CHILDREN’S ILLUSTRATED 1. What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. Seuss 2. The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle 3. Goodnight Moon, by Margaret Wise Brown 4. Tallulah: Mermaid of the Great Lakes, by Denise Brennan-Nelson, Susan Kathleen Hartung (Illus.) 5. The Day the Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt, Oliver Jeffers (Illus.) The Midwest Independent Booksellers Association Bestseller List, as brought to you by IndieBound and MIBA, for the week ended Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015. Based on reporting from the independent booksellers of the Midwest Independent Booksellers Association. For an independent bookstore near you, visit IndieBound.org.

ATTENTION ALL DOOR COUNTY BOOK CLUBS The Peninsula Pulse wants to know what you’re reading! Send an email to literature@ppulse.com with the name of your book club and your reading lists for the coming months (or year). Let us know if you liked the book, share a powerful quote from the text, and/ or tell us who you think it would appeal to. We would love to know one unique thing about your club, what books you’ve liked (and what books you didn’t), and one author your club would like to meet.

The Peninsula Pulse’s Open Submission Guidelines The Peninsula Pulse welcomes submissions of fiction and prose to be emailed to literature@ppulse.com. Due to the volume of submissions and our ongoing publication schedule, our response time may take up to four weeks, though every effort will be made to minimize the time between receipt of a submission and our decision. If your poem or story is accepted for publication we reserve the right to publish it in any issue of the Peninsula Pulse or its sister publication Door County Living in the three months following acceptance.


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“There is no surer method of evading the world than by following Art, and no surer method of linking oneself to it than by Art.” —JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

Journeyman plumber Ben Anschutz in his Baileys Harbor studio, where he repurposes fossils, rocks, copper wire, and tubes into one-of-a-kind works of art through his artistic endeavor, Door County Copper Works.

The Feeling of Motion Ben Anschutz and the art of copper sculptures by ALYSSA SKIBA alyssa.skiba@ppulse.com

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his weekend, the Peninsula School of Art will open Unusually Natural, an exhibition of unusual media taking natural forms, from 3D printed plant-like plastic sculptures to leaf skeletons woven from strands of human hair. Among the five artists exhibiting their representational and whimsical works of art is Ben Anschutz, a Baileys Harbor resident who uses his expertise as a journeyman plumber to give new life to the cast-off copper and wire of his day job. Influenced by the beauty and complexity of the local environment, Anschutz creates one-of-a-kind fine art sculptures of trees, plants and wildlife using copper tubing, wire and natural materials. Today, those pieces of art are branded under Anschutz’s small art business, Door County Copper Works. “Each piece captures the timelessness and strength of Wisconsin’s stunning landscapes, from the windswept trees of the peninsula to the weathered driftwood of the lakeshore,” a brochure for Door County Copper Works reads.

Anschutz is a lifelong artist whose two-dimensional creations during his college years made way for copper just a few years ago while the Door County native lived and worked in Carlsville. The inspiration? “Work, really,” Anschutz said. “The amount of scrap laying around and working with it everyday…I found with the copper and wire I could really capture the feeling of motion.” Motion is the central theme of his tree sculptures – with a fossilized rock forming the base of most pieces, Anschutz hand-bends wire to create the roots, trunk and branches of the sculptures, which range in size from a few inches to a couple feet. One sculpture in particular was inspired by a tree at Maxwelton Braes Golf Course that lived long enough for Anschutz to photograph and immortalize it in copper before becoming victim to the Aug. 2, 2015 storms that swept over the county. As he has become more comfortable with the medium, the themes and stature of his creations have expanded. While he admits he can’t quite get away from making trees, he has successfully created figurative sculptures of cattails and lilies, wildlife skulls, water birds and monograms. “I just start dismantling things visually,” Anschutz explained. “For the cattails piece, I actually brought cattails

back here in the fall and took them apart piece by piece and learned how they were growing. I recreated that in bronze from what I saw. The lily pads, the same thing – I brought the lily pad home, templated it, and took lots of photographs.” Relying on the buckets of found rocks, fossils and cast-off copper sitting in his garage has allowed Anschutz to thrive in an artistic hobby that, time provided, gives him the freedom to create in ways he ordinarily can’t on the job. “Plumbing all day with the copper, you can do it wrong, you can make mistakes,” he said. “I come home here at night and you can’t do it wrong. You just work at it until you like it. It’s different – same material, totally different.” Unusually Natural is Anschutz’s first invitational show. He has taken part in the annual Guenzel Gallery Salon a few times, winning third place for the People’s Choice Award in 2014 for his sculpture, “Apple Tree in Limestone.” Unusually Natural will be on display from Aug. 22 – Oct. 18 at the Peninsula School of Art and is free and open to the public. For more information on Door County Copper Works, visit Etsy.com/Shop/ DoorCoCopperWorks or email info@DoorCoCopperWorks.com. Photos: Len Villano


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Door County artists Rebecca Carlton and Tony Staroska announce the opening reception of “Night Moves/New Work” at Juddville Clay Studio Gallery on Aug. 27, 7 – 9 pm. Carlton’s “Night Moves” is composed of six large, black clay tablets painted and incised in white with drawings of individual endangered moths living throughout numerous continents. Each exquisitely carved moth is reminiscent of detailed scientific illustrations. The exhibit’s opening piece displays an empty Riker insect case, void of moths under their pins. Carlton seems to be posing the questions, what has happened, to these mostly unnoticed endangered night creatures? What is our responsibility, if any, to their protection? In contrast to Carlton’s philosophically charged black and white pieces are Staroska’s beautifully thrown and hand built forms. His “New Work” ranges from small, intimate hand nestled bird forms to large organic, biomorphic sculptures. Staroska specializes in unusual firing techniques, which create vibrant and exciting clay surfaces. These include raku, saggar and salt processes. In addition to viewing the new work, Carlton and Staroska invite visitors to create their own ”Night Moves” using sparklers. The later reception time is to allow for better viewing of the interactive light dances. Ice cream sundaes will be served. Juddville Clay Studio Gallery is located at 8496 Highway 42 in Juddville, in the blue schoolhouse across the street from Emerson Chiropractic. The gallery is open 10 am – 5 pm daily. For more information call 920.868.2021.

Dorothy McDowell and Bethany Kirwen are the Door County Art League Gallery’s artists of the week for Aug. 22 – 28. The immediacy and invigorating character of plein air painting is a creative stimulant for McDowell, the art league’s coordinator of plein air painting. “The sensations of being out in nature: fresh air, changing light and clouds, shadows and colors, all simultaneously assault the senses,” she says. A seasonal resident of Liberty Grove, McDowell looks for bold shapes and shadows to create strong compositions in her plein air acrylics. Architecture, boats and geometric landscape shapes are among her favorite subjects, which she tries to depict with a loose impressionistic style. One technique she uses is a warm tinted undercoat which she exposes in places to give extra emphasis to light and pop to color. Sturgeon Bay resident Bethany Kirwen uses a “glass half full” approach to her art. Creating art should be fun and an exploration, she says. She employs a variety of media – acrylics, soft and oil pastels, and mixed media – to emphasize mood, movement and reflection on a particular place in time in both studio and plein air. “My goals are to encourage each and every person to color their world with kindness, face their fears with determination to conquer them, pursue their dreams, and have faith in themselves,” she says. The Door County Art League Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm, and Sunday, 11 am to 3 pm. It is located in the courtyard of the Top of the Hill shops in Fish Creek, at the corner of Highway 42 and Spring

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2428 So. Bay Shore Dr. China has re-emerged as a dominant place in the modern world, yet the Yunnan province in western China, while colorful and exotic, has a less-hurried, more reflective way of life. The unique meld of a variety of ethnic people, their colorful dress, food and landscape give the visitor to Yunnan an exciting, sensuous treat. The Linden Gallery is hosting a photographic exhibit which features 24 photographers from across the country, who, under the direction of noted photographer Douglas Beasley, are presenting a rich, artful depiction of the beauty of Yunnan and its people. The exhibit can be viewed from Sept. 2 through Oct. 19 at the Linden Gallery in Ellison Bay. The participants in this show have all enjoyed studying the philosophy and practice of photography with Beasley, while being amiably hosted and expertly guided by Jeanee and Brian Linden in their historical Chinese mansion in the center of Yunnan. For the past five years, the Lindens have been hosting a group of photographers to China led by Beasley. To learn more about the next photojourney tour to China, visit linden-centre.com or visit the Linden Gallery which is open every day 10 am – 5 pm in Ellison Bay. Call 920.854.2487 for more information.

5 New Works for August The Summer Art Show at the Meadows Art Gallery in Sister Bay is winding down. This show has had Door County artists bringing in new work, changing the show’s direction throughout the summer. Now, Myrna Leigh Cohn has contributed new pieces that show another side of her art expressions and directions. Cohn’s work already exhibited is very contemporary with non-objective use of space, color, texture and compositional elements. The energy of paint strokes and the use of fluid color combine with personal feelings and emotions, to bring the energy of life experiences. The new work goes another way. Still primarily non-objective she suggests shapes, line, color and compositions that have abstracted representational direction. She still uses paint energy in the color and the paint application, but abstracted

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landscape and still life are her new way to see familiar subject matter. The gallery also is showing art from Faith Frykman, Pat Olson, Debra Stroh-Larson, Ed Fenendael, Barbara Sweeney, Madonna Siles, Karen DeNoto and Tim Kornowski. The Meadows Art Gallery is located at Scandia Village on Highway 57 (the construction does not block the entry). Hours are 10 am to 5 pm daily. For more information call 920.854.2317.

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6 Backyard Inspires Beauty The Angela Lensch Gallery welcomes stained glass artist Julie Roux Rutherford to spend the day at the gallery on Aug. 29, 12 – 5 pm. View her gorgeous pieces presently residing in the gallery and view her latest work. Rutherford is a self-taught professional stained glass artist and has been perfecting her talent for 20 years. Born and raised in Rice Lake, Wis. she thrives on nature’s beauty discovered in her own backyard. This beauty is captured in her pieces of poppies, lotus, butterflies and hummingbirds. Rutherford believes “the greatest reward and gift of art is meant to be shared and enjoyed by everyone around us as it spreads a sense of joy and contentment.” Angela Lensch Gallery, open 10 am – 5 pm daily, is located at the south end of Egg Harbor, halfway between the Patricia Shoppe and Chief Oshkosh. For more information visit angelalenschgallery.com or call 920.868.5088.

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Naturalist Guided Hikes Daily at 9:30 AM & 1:30 PM

Guided Logan Creek Kayak Trips

Wednesdays at 8 AM, thru August 26 Call Bay Shore Outfitters for reservations. 920-854-7598.

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Wednesdays at 1 PM, thru August 26 Call Lakeshore Adventures for reservations. 920-839-2055

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Join Bay Art Gallery on Aug. 22, 4 – 6 pm, for the Art, Design & Wine Reception. The following four artists will be in attendance: Annette Schuh, Barbara Schilling, Nancy Sargent and John Philbin Dolan. Witness pieces of art being created during the reception by both Schuh and Schilling. Sip wine while you meet and mingle with each artist or designer. As always, receptions are open to the public and free. Bay Art Gallery is located at Sister Bay Trading Company, 2477 Hwy 42 in Sister Bay. The gallery is open daily 10 am – 5 pm, 11 am – 4 pm Sundays. For more information, call 920.854.2554 or visit sisterbaytrading. com.

Aquatic Plant ID Field Trip

Numbers correspond to the gallery guide on pages 12–15.

August 27 at 10 AM, Cook-Fuller Center Botantist Josh Sulman August 28 at 9 AM, Cook-Fuller Center

Monarch Magic!

Tagging Monarchs for the fall migration August 28 & 29 at 1 PM Cook-Fuller Center

Visit RidgesSanctuary.org or call 920.839.2802

Baileys Harbor

The Cook-Albert Fuller Nature Center at The Ridges Open year-round!

7 6 Stained glass pieces by Julie Roux Rutherford. 7 (Top) Painting by Nancy Sargent. (Bottom) “Aurora Geranium” by Barbara Schilling.

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The Door County Maritime Museum will host the Door County Art League’s 29th Annual Members Showcase beginning with an opening reception Aug. 21, 7 – 8:30 pm. The exhibit opens to the public Aug. 22 and runs until Oct. 18. Artwork selected for exhibition must have a maritime focus in keeping with the showcase theme, “All Along the Shore.” A high point of the annual showcase is the selection of the year’s Master Artist. Presentation of the juried awards, Master Artist and People’s Choice Award will take place at the opening reception. Light refreshments will be served with museum members admitted free and guests for $5. The Door County Maritime Museum is located at 120 N. Madison Ave. in Sturgeon Bay. For more information visit dcmm.org.

On Aug. 23, 4:30 – 7 pm, Woodwalk Gallery will host a reception for the three artists in its season’s third featured artist show: Anne Egan, Simon Levin and Marjorie Mau. Music at the reception will be provided by Marybeth Mattson and Seth Raddatz. Artists will begin speaking at 5:45 pm. Light appetizers and beverages will be available. Egan is an artist engaged in a soulful dialogue between herself and events, perceptions, objects and relationships. She has said about her work that “nothing is ever lost or destroyed” even though it may be covered by many layers of paint in her deeply textured paintings. Levin melds function and process in his wood-fired pottery. He says, “My work is made in dialogue with the effects on the clay of the firing process and the kiln themselves…wood-firing is a process rich in variables with evidence of human touch integral to the design.”

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Mau’s process starts with photographs, then she paints them from different perspectives creating new boundaries and edges, intersections and voids. She explores places in a variety of seasons and weather. She tends to paint in series with one painting questioning the order of things and the next answering but raising new questions to explore. The show runs from Aug. 21 – Oct. 9 with the gallery open daily 10 am – 5 pm. Woodwalk Gallery is located at 6746 County Road G, five miles south of Egg Harbor, just off Highway 42. For more information call 920.868.2912.

10 Possibilities in Silversmithing Silversmith Sylvia Youell will be the program speaker at the Door County Art League meeting on Aug. 24 at 7 pm at the Bertschinger Community Center, 7860 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. Youell is an award-winning silversmith of Sister Bay and metal smith instructor at the Peninsula

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11 Rosemaling Demonstration Loretta Paulman will display her incredible talent for rosemaling at the Sister Bay Historical Society Corner of the Past on Aug. 22, 8:30 am – 12 pm. Rosemaling is a folk art which dates back to southern Norway circa the 1700s. It’s the art of painting stylized flowers with intricate and sweeping scroll forms. Paulman studied in Norway and has been doing it for more than 45 years. She has taught it for the past 30 years. She includes several different styles and her work reflects her many years of experience of painting this intricate art form. Rosemaling is a style familiar to many in Door County because of the Scandinavian roots of many of its settlers and current residents. For several summers the Sister Bay Historical Society has held its Heritage Program featuring local artists every Saturday morning throughout the summer, in addition to the Saturday morning farmers’ market. The Sister Bay Historical Society is located at the Corner of the Past at 10310 Fieldcrest Road, Sister Bay. For more information visit sisterbayhistory.org.

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Bren Sibilsky Sculpture E5977 Fremont Road 920.487.4200 Open 10am-5pm Friday through Monday, May through Nov. Clay on Steele Pottery Studio 221 Steele St. 920-487-3501 Call for hours. James May Gallery 213 Steele St (262) 753-3130 Open Thursday through Saturday 10am-7pm, Sunday and Monday 10am-1pm, and by appointment. The Flying Pig, LLC N6975 State Hwy 42 920-487-9902 Open daily 10am-5pm.

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Bazyli Studio 2551 Ahrens Rd 920.839.2526 Open 10am-5pm Wednesday to Saturday, or by appointment. Chez Cheryl Art Space 8360 High Plateau Road, off EE 920-421-1690 Viewing hours by appointment or by chance, call to arrange a time. Donna Brown White Barn Gallery 2496 Meadow Road 920-839-2883 Open mid-May through midOctober. Eden North Gallery 8099 Highway 57 920-839-2754 When the artist is there, he’s open. When he’s not, he’s not. Harbor Fish Market & Grille 8080 Hwy 57 920-839-9999 Open daily.

Koepsels Meadow Lane Antiques 9669 Hwy 57 920-854-9069 Open daily through the end of October. Morning Mist Studio 3829 Fairview Rd. 920-868-9282 Open 10am-5pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 22 - Oct. 15, 2015. Soo Hoo Artwear Hwy. Q and Birch Road 920-421-0449 Open by appointment only.

Carmody House Gallery 7746 Hwy. 42 920-868-2968 Call for hours.

BRUSSELS

Christine’s Casuals and Classics 7783 Hwy 42 920-868-3750 Open daily.

Tornado Tavern Gallery 1890 Cty. DK (920) 915-3767 Open 10am-5pm, most Thursdays through Saturdays. Call or see blog for details.

Cupola House Art Gallery 7836 Egg Harbor Road 920-868-3941 Open daily from 10am-5pm.

CARLSVILLE The Gallery at Door Peninsula Winery 5806 Hwy 42 920-743-7431 Open open daily 10am-5pm and on weekends 10am-9pm when Bistro 42 is serving.

Dancin’ on the Door 4614 Harbor School Road (920) 246-9334 Viewing hours by appointment or chance. Call to arrange a time.

A Decorator’s Gallery 4633 Market St. 920-868-3010 Open daily at 10am. Angela Lensch Gallery 7653 Highway 42 563.380.5358 Open 10am-5pm daily May through October.

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Birch Creek Music Performance Center – Melzer Gallery 3821 County E 920-868-3763

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D.C. Studios, Inc. 7769 Highway 42 920.421.1604 Open Monday through Saturday 10am-5pm from June 1 through October. Dale Kumbalek Tonewood (Handmade Guitars) 6223 Indigo Road (920) 737-7885 By appointment, call ahead. Same day studio visits available.

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“Watercolors with Spirit”

Gallery located in the Top of the Hill Shops in Fish Creek – Unit B23 www.connie-glowacki.com watercolor@connie-glowacki.com • (608) 774-4737

3 Cappaert Contemporary Gallery 7901 Hwy 42 (920) 868-3987 Open daily at 10am May through October.

Chief Oshkosh Native American Arts Hwy 42 and Cty. T 920-868-3240 Open daily 10am-5pm, or by appointment.

Sweet Meadow Studio 8801 County Q 920-839-2746 Open Thursday through Sunday, 11am-5pm.

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Open 10am-5pm daily May through October with extended hours on concert nights.

Door County Interiors & Design 7266 Highway 42, Two miles south of downtown 920-868-9008 Open 7 days a week. Ecotique 7821 Hwy 42 920-868-9999 Open daily 9am-6pm.

Everlasting Doodle 6228 Hwy 42 920.743.8704 Open 8am-3pm daily. Lost Moth Gallery 7975 Highway 42 920-495-2928 Open Thursday through Monday from 10am-5pm. Off the Wheel Pottery 4234 County E 920-868-9608 Open 10am-4:30pm everyday except Sunday. Patricia Shoppe 7681 Hwy 42 920-868-1537 Open daily 10am-7pm. Plum Bottom Pottery and Gallery 4999 Plum Bottom Rd 920-743-2819 Open daily 10am-5pm, May – Oct. Shimmering Water Studio 6433 Bay Shore Drive 920-743-6255 Open by appointment. Something Fishy 7730 Hwy. 42 920-868-2083 Open daily at 10am. The Jewelry Shop at Liberty Square 7755 Hwy 42 920-868-4800 Open daily 8am-8pm from May through Nov. 1. The Shoppe at The Wildflower B&B 7821 Church St 920-868-9030 Open 10am-5pm daily, May through October. Closed Tuesday. Village Cafe 7918 Hwy 42 920-868-3342 Open daily 8am-2pm.


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Whispering Pines Studio & Gallery 6713 Highway 42 (Close to Plum Bottom Pottery & Gallery) (262) 358-2348 Open 10am-6pm daily, and 126pm Sunday. Wisconsin Cheese Masters 4692 Rainbow Ridge Court, on Hwy 42 920.868.4320 Open Monday-Saturday 10am6pm and Sunday 10am-5pm.

9 Woodwalk Gallery 6746 County G, 5 miles south of Egg Harbor 920-868-2912 Open daily 10am-5pm. ELLISON BAY Bentley’s Renaissance Gallery & Studio 12180 Highway 42 920.854.2787 Open Thursday through Sunday 10am-5pm starting mid-June through October. Brew Coffeehouse Next to the Mink River Basin Supper Club in downtown 920-421-BREW Open daily at 6:30am and 7am on Sundays.

Silver Poplar Studios 1519 East Door Bluff Road 920-854-2106 Open June to mid-October by appointment or destiny. Call ahead to 920.854.2106.

Ephraim Clayworks 9922 Water Street 920-854-4110 Open daily 10am-5pm May through October, winter by appointment.

Simmons Studio/Gallery 1375 County ZZ 920-854-9469 or 318-861-3881 Open Wednesday and Saturday 1-5pm June 1 through October, or by appointment.

Fine Line Designs Gallery and Sculpture Garden 10376 Hwy. 42 920-854-4343 Open 10am-6pm daily and 10am-5pm Sunday May through October, weekends year round.

Sutra 12044 Highway 42 (920) 854-2880 Open 10am-5pm, Tuesday through Sunday. The Clearing 12171 Garrett Bay Road 920-854-4088 Visitor Center and Bookstore are open year-round on week days from 8am-4pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from noon-4pm from May through October. Turtle Ridge 11736 Mink River Road 920-854-4839 Open 11am-4pm Monday through Saturday. Closed Sunday.

EPHRAIM Anderson House Workbench Water St. & Anderson Lane 920-854-4142 Open daily 10am-9pm, Sunday 10am-6pm starting in June.

Clay Bay Pottery 11650 Hwy. 42 920-854-5027 Open daily 10am-5pm. Cousin’s Walk 11940 Lakeview Rd 920-854-1926 Open 11am-5pm Tuesday through Saturday, and Sunday and Monday by chance.

Artzy Studio 10329 N. Water Street (Hwy. 42) (608) 438-7633 Open 10am-5pm Thursday through Monday, from May-Oct.

Ellison Bay Pottery Studios 12156 Garrett Bay Road 920-854-5049 Open 10am-5pm daily. Closed on Sundays.

Balistreri Fine Art Gallery 9727 Maple Grove Rd (414) 534-8017 Open July 1-Aug. 1 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday 12-4pm. Also open Oct. 17 & 18.

Gills Rock Stoneware 12020 Lakeview Road 920-854-2774 Open daily.

BDH Studio 10320 N Water St 920-854-4113 Open daily 10am-5pm.

Linden Gallery 12001 Mink River Road 920-854-2487 Open daily 10am-5pm, May through October.

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Lynn’s Pottery 12030 Garrett Bay Road (920) 421-4384 Open 10am-4pm Tuesday through Saturday.

Carats & Karats Highway 42 920-854-5334 Open Memorial Day weekend, daily 10am-5pm, and Sunday 11am-4pm. Celeste Wegman Interiors 10432 Hwy 42 920-854-7522 Open 10am-5pm Monday through Saturday.

RD Bentley Studio and Gallery 1076 North Elm Road 920-854-6866, cell 920-495-3767 Open noon-5pm Wed. through Sat. and by appointment.

City Farmer 10432 Hwy 42 920-854-7501 Open daily 9:30am-5:30pm.

Rob Williams Studio/Gallery 753 Isle View Rd 920-854-9823 Open Tuesday through Saturday 9am-5pm.

Door County Rock and Gem 10421 Highway 42 (Next to Summer Kitchen) (920) 854-3667 Open daily.

George Burr Gallery 10325 Hwy 42 920-854-7877 Open daily 10am-5pm. Hanseatic Art Gallery 3060 Hwy Q - Church Street 920-854-4312 Open 2-4pm Wednesday and Saturday. Lardiere Gallery and Studio Corner of Hwy 42 at 9868 Hidden Spring Rd. 920-854-1885 Open weekdays 1-6pm, Saturday 10:30am-6pm, and Sunday 10:30am-4pm. Paint Box Gallery 10426 Highway 42 920-854-4435 Open 10am-4pm Monday through Saturday. PKJ Designs Jewelry & Michael Beaster Functional Art Furniture On Pioneer Lane, behind Chef’s Hat Cafe 920-854-9229 Open most Saturdays 10-4, by chance or appointment. Rebmann Gallery 9767 Hwy 42 920-854-9636 Call for hours. Scrimshanders 10353 N. Water St 920-854-5407 Open 10am-5pm daily May through October. Stone Cottage 10438 Hwy 42 (920) 843.0066 Call for hours. The Hardy Gallery Anderson Dock 920-854-5535 Open daily mid-May through midOctober. Toe Path Studio/Gallery 3014 Anderson Lane 920-854-5390 Open Thursday through Saturday, 1-4pm. UU Gallery 10341 Water St. (just south of the Shops of Green Gable) 920-839-2606 Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1-3pm and Sunday 11am12:30pm.

Water Street Gallery 9930 Water St 920-854-5215 Open Friday through Sunday 10am-5pm. Zabler Design Jewelers 9906 Water Street 920-854-4801 Open Memorial Day through late October.

FISH CREEK 2forU Design & Gallery 4140 Bluff Lane, in Fred’s Backyard. 920-854-7770 Open 9:30am-5pm Monday through Friday; and 10am-4pm Saturday. Closed Sunday. Art of Door County 4199 Main St 920-868-1008 Open Friday through Sunday 10am-5pm. Artful Artisan Settlement Shops, 9108 Highway 42 920-868-9222 Open daily 10am-5pm. Closed Tuesdays. Blue Horse Beach Café 4113 Main Street 920-868-1471 Open daily 7am-5pm. Bluff House Studio 9049 Gibraltar Bluff Rd 920-868-2882 Open Fridays and Saturdays from 1-4pm, May through October; off season by appointment or by chance. Connie Glowacki Gallery Top of the Hill Shops, Hwy. 42 and Cty. F, unit B23 608-774-4737 Open daily 10am-5pm May through October. Cottage Row Framing & Gallery 9197 Highway 42 920-868-2626 Open daily 10am-5pm, and Sundays 10am-4pm.

2 Door County Art League Gallery 10 Top of the Hill Shops, Hwy. 42 and Cty. F 920-868-2288 Open 11am-5pm Monday through Saturday, and 11am-3pm Sunday. Door County YMCA - Northern Door Program Center 3866 Gibraltar Rd. 920-868-3660 Open Monday through Thursday, 6am-8pm; Friday, 6am-9pm; Saturday, 7am-3pm; and Sunday 11am-3pm. Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum Within Peninsula State Park 920.421.3636 Open daily 10am-4pm June 1 through October 21.

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Founder’s Square! OVER 3 GENERATIONS RETURNING TO . . . 15 POPULAR SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS Pelletier’s Restaurant • • • • • • • •

J. Jeffrey Taylor • Moccasin Works Wilkins & Olander • Star Gazers Sunshine & Company • Art of Door County The Craic • Door County Dippy’s Ice Cream Confectionery Robin Jay Music Store • A Healing Place Fresh Riviera • Bath, Body & Soul Essentials The Fudge House www.founderssquaredoorcounty.com

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EcoDoor 9331 Spring Rd., Unit B17 920.868.5400 Open daily 10am-5pm, May through October. Edgewood Orchard Galleries 4140 Peninsula Players Road 920-868-3579 Open daily 10am-5pm through Nov. 1. Emmett Johns Gallery 9100 Hwy 42 920-868-3880 Call for hours. Gallery of Gold 4091 Main St 920-868-9020 Call for hours. Gloria Hardiman Designer/ Weaver - Maple Grove Gallery 9098 County F 920-839-2693 Open daily 10am-5pm, mid-May through October. Great Northern By Design 9106 Hwy 42, Settlement Shops (one mile south of downtown Fish Creek) 920-868-4135 Open at 10am Monday through Saturday. Guenzel Gallery 3906 County Road F 920.868.3455 Open Monday through Saturday 8am-5pm. Hands On Art Studio 1-3/4 miles east of Highway. 42 on Peninsula Players Rd. 920-868-9311 Open 10am-5pm Friday through Sunday until the end of April; and 6:30-10pm for Friday Adult Nights year round. Hide Side Corner Store 9413 Hwy. 42 920-868-2333 Open daily 9am-9pm. Interfibers Studio Gallery County F (2 miles east from the intersection of Highway 42) 920-868-3580 Open daily 10am-5pm, and by appointment.

J. Jeffrey Taylor Jewelry Fine Art 4175 Main Street 920-868-3033 Open daily at 10am. Kathy Glasnap Gallery 8873 County Road A 920-839-2110 Open Monday through Saturday 1–5pm and Sunday 1-4pm. Link Gallery 3942 Hwy. 42 920-868-2728 Open noon-5pm Monday through Friday, and noon to show time on show days. Mr. Helsinki 4164 Hwy 42 920-868-9898 Open Friday and Saturday 5-9pm.

White Rose Healing Arts Studio 9281 Maple Grove Road 920-421-2344 Open 11am-4pm Friday & Saturday or by appointment.

GILLS ROCK Door County Maritime Museum & Lighthouse Preservation Society 12724 Wisconsin Bay Road 920-854-1844 Open 10am-5pm daily. Gills Rock Coffee 12625 Hwy. 42 920-854-9907 Open daily through Labor Day.

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Oilerie – Fish Creek 4083 Main Street 920-868-1561 Open 10am-5pm daily.

Jacksonport Craft Cottage 6275 Hwy 57 920-823-2288 Open 9am-5pm daily.

Patty Degenhardt Studio/Gallery 3791 Gibraltar Road 920.868.5039 Open Thursday through Monday 10am-4pm, Sundays 12-4pm or by appointment.

La Mere House Antiques Hwy. 57 920.823.2150 Open daily 10am-5pm.

Paul David Fine Jewelry 4158 Main St 920-868-9993 Open daily 10am-5pm.

Town Hall Bakery 6225 Hwy. 57 920-823-2116 Open daily 7am-5pm.

Santa Fe Shop 4147 Main St. 920.868.4300 Open daily at 10am.

Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery 3831 Clark Rd., off Hwy 57, near Whitefish Dunes State Park 920-743-1560 Open 12-5pm every day, except Tuesday.

The Cookery Restaurant & Wine Bar 4135 Main Street/Highway 42 920-868-3634 Open daily 8am-8:30pm. TR Pottery LLC 4133 Main St 920-868-1024 Open daily. Weathergate Gallery 2490 Maple Grove Rd. 920-839-2596 Call for hours.

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SISTER BAY Base Camp Coffee Bar 10904 Highway 42

Blue Willow Shop 10002 Hwy 57 920-854-4828 Open daily 10am-5pm May through October. Bonnie Paruch Studio 11249 County Road ZZ 920-421-1616 Open Wednesday through Friday 12-4pm, June through October. Open May and weekends by appointment.

Chaudoir Glass 10130 Old Stage Lane 920-854-4825 Open Tues. and Thurs. from noon5pm or by appointment. Open studio for stained glass workers on Thursdays, 1-4pm. Call for details. Chelsea Antiques 10002 Hwy 57 920-854-4828 Open daily 10am-5pm May 25 through October.

11 Corner of the Past Corner of Country Lane, Fieldcrest Road and Highway 57 920-854-9242 Call for hours. Coventry Gallery 10547 Koessl Lane Open 9:30-11am Monday & Wednesday, and 10am-5pm Friday & Saturday.

JUDDVILLE Juddville Clay Studio Gallery 8496 Highway 42 920-868-2021 Open 10am-5pm daily May through October.

7 Bay Art Gallery 2477 Highway 42 Open 10am-5pm Monday Saturday, and 11am-4pm Sunday.

Champeau’s Pioneer Gallery 632 South Bayshore Drive 920-854-2770 Open daily mid-May through October.

Martinez Studio 5877 Highway 57, one mile south of Jacksonport 920-823-2154 Open 11am-4pm daily - except Wednesdays - or by appointment.

Pereira’s Wood Works Top of the Hill Shops, A-15 (920) 868-WOOD (9663) Open 9am-5pm Friday through Monday. Call ahead on Thursdays.

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Door Images Studio/Gallery 2366 Log Cabin Lane 920-854-4008 Open daily by appointment. Drink Coffee 517 N Bay Shore Dr 920-854-1155 Open 7am-3pm Monday through Saturday. Earth Art Studio Country Walk Shops – Garden Level 920-854-1912 Open daily 10:30am-4pm.

Glas Coffee House 67 E Maple St Suite B 920.743.5575 Open Monday to Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday 8am-5pm and Sunday 8am-2pm.

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Audrey M. Off Gallery & Framery 40 N. 3rd Ave 920-743-2259 Open Monday through Friday 9:30am-5:30pm, Saturday 10am4pm.

Ingwersen Studio Gallery 2029 Old Stage Road 920-854-4072 Open 2-5 pm Wednesday and Saturday.

Bejeweled Images Fine Jewelry 515 Jefferson St. 920.338.8120 Open 10am-5pm daily, May through October.

Judi Nelson Studio and Artist’s Shed 1940 Scandia Lane 920-915-0046 Open by appointment. K. Allen Gallery 2571 County Q (Corner of County Q and Highway 57) 920-854-4100 Open every day but Wednesday 10am-5pm, 11am-4pm Sunday.

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Mill Road Gallery 2328 Mill Rd 920-854-4416 Open daily 10am-5pm, and by appointment or chance on Mondays. Pipka’s of Door County 2340 Mill Road 920-854-4392 Open Friday & Saturday 10am - 5 pm. Points North LTD 10659 N. Bay Shore Drive 920-854-1811 Open daily at 11am, closed Wednesday, May through October. RigoniWorks Art Gallery 2350 Maple Drive Suite #104 920-680-8595 Open daily at 10am.

The Dragonfly Gallery and Gardens 10339 S. Hwy 57 920.854.9900

Waters Gallery 2263 Water’s End Road 920-854-9808 Noon-5pm Friday through Sunday and by appointment.

Artists Guild 215 N. 3rd Ave 920-743-9900 Open Mon. through Sat. 9am6pm, Sun. 11am-4pm.

Hartmann Sign Studio and Art Gallery 10673 Sumac Lane 920-854-5378 Open 10am-3pm year round.

Sylvercroft Studio 1848 County Rd ZZ 920-854-2789 Open by appointment. Call 920.854.2789.

Open Monday through Saturday, 10am-6pm.

Acme Bead Company 41 W. Maple 920-559-7446 Open Saturday 10am-5pm, or by appointment.

Frykman Studio Gallery 2566 S. Bayshore Dr. 920-854-7351 Open daily 10am-5pm, May through October.

Meadows Art Gallery 10560 Applewood Rd 920.854.2317 Open daily 10am-5pm.

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Bosman Studio Gallery 512 S. Oxford Ave. 920-743-7630 Open by appointment only. Community Foundation Gallery 342 Louisiana Street (920) 746-1786 Open 8am-4:30pm Monday through Friday. Doerr Woodworking 4371 County Road M 920.743.5631 Visitors are welcome by appointment or chance; please call ahead for our mutual convenience, thank you. Door County Historical Museum 18 N 4th Ave 920-743-5809 Open daily 10am-4:30pm May through October 31. Door County Maritime Museum & 8 Lighthouse Preservation Society 120 N. Madison Street 920-743-5958 Open daily 9am-5pm. Door County Traders Antiques & Resale 125 N. Third Ave 920.818.0805 Open all year round, MondaySaturdays 10am-5pm and Sundays 11am-4pm. Essence Gallery and Gifts 107 N. 1st Avenue 920.746.0700 The gallery is open all year round Friday 4-6pm, Saturday 10am4pm, Sunday 8:30am-noon. G&J Glassworks 59 S. Madison Ave. 920.818.0493

Green Path Studio & Gallery 4766 Bluff Drive 920.743.2983 Open Friday through Monday 1-5pm or by appointment. Gwendolyn’s 44 N. Third Ave. 920-743-0662 Open all year. Hope Church Gallery 141 S 12th Ave 920-743-2701 Open 9am-1pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and 9am-2pm Sunday. Inn at Cedar Crossing 336 Louisiana Street 920-743-4200 Open daily 7am-9pm. Kick Coffee 148 N. 3rd Ave 920-746-1122 Open 7am-6pm daily, Sunday 7:30am-5pm. Lily Bay Pottery 3450 North Lake Michigan Drive 920-743-6334 Open 10am-5pm Tuesday through Saturday Mid May through October, or by appointment. Madison Ave Wine Shop 25 S. Madison Ave. 920-746-0872 Open daily 10am-6pm. Miller Art Museum 107 S. 4th Ave. 920-746-0707 Open Monday 10am-8pm; Tuesday through Saturday 10am5pm. Pat Olson Fine Art and Whimsy Studio in back of Artists Guild, Third Ave 920.495.6624 Open by appointment or chance. Peninsula Jeweler 125 N Third Ave 920.743.7793 Open Mon. through Fri. 10am5:30pm and Sat. 10am-5pm. Popelka Trenchard Glass Studio 64 South 2nd Ave 920-743-7287 Open 10am-5pm Mon. through Sat., and 11am-4pm Sunday.

Samara Jewelry Designs 33 North 3rd Ave. 920-743-6036 Open year round Tuesday through Saturday from 10am-5pm. Scaturo’s Cafe 19 Green Bay Rd 920-746-8727 Open Monday-Friday 5am-6pm, Saturday 5am-3pm, and Sunday 7am-2pm. Sourced 24 N 3rd Ave 920-743-5000 Open 10am-5pm Mondays and Thursdays, 10am-5:30pm Fridays and Saturdays, and 10am-2pm Sundays.

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Stoneware by Prisca 5712 Salona Rd. 920-743-4124 Studio open by appointment. Sunrise Shores Studio and Gallery 2063 S. Lake Michigan Dr (920) 743-5549 or (920) 495-9354 Open by appointment May through October. T. Simon Jewelers 69 S. Madison Ave. 920-743-2206 Open Monday through Thursday 9:30am-6pm, Friday 9:30am-7pm, and Saturday 9:30am-3pm. TAP Lobby Gallery 239 N. Third Avenue 920-743-2206 Open 12 pm-showtime Tuesday through Sunday.

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PREMIER DOOR COUNTY PROPERTIES

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SPACIOUS 4-BED POST & BEAM HOME RUSTIC LANE • ELLISON BAY • WALK TO TOWN

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Incredible attention to detail. Fabulous woodwork & cabinets. Handicap accessible: wide doors & hallways plus elevator. Large 2-car garage with unfinished space. $1,349,000. 2 large patios. Shoreside gazebo. www.PPDC.info/4sale/RusticLane/ L AKE M ICHIGAN W ATERFRONT A CCESS

Just 31 properties share this 1000-acre peninsula with common 500+acre private nature preserve. Two sites combined: 25 acres & over 2500 feet of shore, including 2+acre island (lower right in photo above). $1,995,000. www.MarshallsPoint.us NEAR LAKE MICHIGAN WITH SPECIAL VIEW

Sunset & island views. Fieldstone fireplace. 1st floor bedrooms have sliding doors to large wraparound deck & 3rd bedroom upstairs can be divided into two for an extra sleeping area. 2-car garage. NOW: $1,249,000. www.WhiteCliff.us B EAUTIFULLY M AINTAINED L OG H OME

SPACIOUS 4-BEDROOM HOME G LIDDEN D RIVE • N EAR S TURGEON B AY

4-BED HOME & LARGE WORKSHOP BLDG ACROSS FROM SAND BAY PARK • LIBERTY GROVE

3-BED FARMETTE • 3 OUTBUILDINGS T IMBERLINE R OAD • L IBERTY G ROVE

2-story living room opens to large deck for entertaining. Wood-burning fieldstone fireplace. 1st floor: master suite & 2nd bedroom. Basement: great family room, office, & $389,900. storage. Near Shivering Sands Creek. www.PPDC.info/4sale/Glidden3925/

2-story great room (grand double fireplace), sunroom, cook’s kitchen, porch, library, office, sauna, & tower Pond. Garages: 2-car & 4+car. 3 full & 3 half bathrooms. On 15 ACRES: $845,000. UP TO 100 ACRES AVAILABLE. www.SandBay.us

Big 2-sided fireplace divides living & dining areas. Large country kitchen. 1st floor master suite. Year-round sunroom, loft, & library. Impressive garage/barn with upper level. 5 ACRES: $439,000 OR 19 ACRES: $539,000. www.PPDC.info/4sale/Timberline12326/

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Cozy stone fireplace, wrap-around covered deck, terrific kitchen w/tiled island, balconies, loft in one bedroom, & charm everywhere. Exterior stripped, sealed, & retained in 2014 - like new appearance. 2-car garage. $299,999. www.PPDC.info/4sale/BirchLane/

Gorgeous cabinetry, granite counters, stainless appliances, wet bar, & sophisticated interior. Fieldstone fireplace. Master suite. Garage. Shared pool & tennis. Small waterfront community: just 16 units. $519,000. www.PPDC.info/4sale/Shores/

Front & rear porches, gables & dormers, great room w/fireplace, cathedral ceiling, & lots of windows. 1st floor master suite w/tray ceiling. CALL FOR SPECS. ON YOUR LOT: $399,900. ON DEER CREST #5: $449,000. www.PPDC.info/4sale/DeerCrest/

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GRAND WATERFRONT & SUNSET VIEWS HIDDEN HARBOR CONDO • 3 BEDROOMS

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Wonderfully updated main level residence, only the best by Boldt. Top quality kitchen, cabinetry, bathrooms, woodwork, sunroom, & much more. Great amenities. INCLUDES BOAT SLIP: $799,000; GARAGE: +$50,000. www.HiddenHarbor.us

Custom cabinetry, granite, high ceilings, fieldstone fireplace, master suite, & 1+car garage. Updated kitchen adjoins living, dining, & covered deck - all with views. Community park with pool, tennis, & more. $389,000. www.PPDC.info/4sale/HBFacorn/

Top quality: granite, ceramic tile, & fieldstone fireplace, & more. Pool & tennis. Optional rental program. Adjoins expanded waterfront park. Walk to village. Enjoy. WATERFRONT 2-BED/2-BATH: $374,900; SLIP EXTRA. www.YachtClubSisterBay.info

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Herring Gulls In Heat by COGGIN HEERINGA

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n a swelteringly summer day, a visit to the beach is a great idea – for us and the birds. If we humans are roasting in high temperatures, imagine what it must be like for creatures covered in the equivalent of a down comforter. But no matter how hot, the quintessential birds of the beach, the gulls, seem able to get some relief. And gulls need relief. Sandy beaches are extremely hot. Birds that nest or even loaf by the shore are in real danger of overheating. Have you

ever noticed when gulls gather on a beach, they all seem to be facing in the same direction? Fact is, gulls almost always face the sun. According to The Birder’s Handbook, by Dobkin, Ehrich and Wheye, “Nesting Herring Gulls will rotate 180 degrees to constantly face the sun on hot, windless days. This effectively minimizes the amount of radiative heat gain, allowing the gulls to present only their more reflective plumage (white head, neck and breast) to direct sunlight.” In the wintertime, we’ve all observed gulls squatting or standing on one foot (with the other foot tucked into the nice warm feathers) to prevent the loss of body heat from un-feathered legs. The reverse is true

OUTDOOR NOTES Join a naturalist on Aug. 27 at 10 am to explore the newest addition to The Ridges’ campus. This recently acquired property forms the northern boundary of The Ridges and features ledges, a hardwood forest, open fields and many opportunities to see birds and blooms in a variety of habitats. Fees for the Upland Hike are $5 for Ridges members and $8 for the general public. Children under 18 hike free. Lovers of aquatic plants will enjoy an Aquatic Plant ID Field Trip from 9 am – noon on Aug. 28. Josh Sulman, Environmental Scientist with Stantec in Madison, will lead a hike through some of the more remote wetland areas of The Ridges to identify late-flowering wetland plants and some rare aquatics not typically seen from the trails or boardwalks. Portions of this hike may be wet, and participants should plan clothing and

in summer. Birds fully expose both legs or, better, wade or paddle in the water to help dissipate heat. When sitting on their nests, parent gulls pant like dogs in an effort to keep cool. The wider they open their beaks, the greater the evaporation from their mouth linings, throats and lungs and that helps draw the heat from their bodies. For the first few days after hatching, gull chicks have an especially difficult time with thermal regulation. Though the beach generally has no natural shade, the adult gulls cast shadows. Somehow young gulls know to use their parents as beach umbrellas and to huddle in the shade.

We might learn from the gulls. Shade helps beat the heat. Our homes and work places are much cooler if shades or curtains are closed on sunny days, especially on the south and west sides of a building. Better yet, planting shade trees protects buildings from the full brunt of the afternoon sun. With or without air conditioning, shade is a great way to increase comfort and save energy, and it’s almost as good as a visit to the beach to beat the heat. Coggin Heeringa is the Director of Crossroads at Big Creek and Instructor of Environmental Studies at the Interlochen Arts Camp.


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footwear accordingly. Field trip fees are $30 for Ridges members and $40 for the general public. Learn how to help the population of Monarch Butterflies at The Ridges’ Monarch Magic program, offered on both Aug. 28 and 29 at 1 pm. After a brief overview about the Monarch’s life cycle and the species’ fall migration, accompany a naturalist into the field to capture and tag as many Monarchs as possible to assist in tracking their fall migration routes. Program fees are $10 for Ridges members, $13 for the general public and $5 for children under 18. All programs meet at the Cook-Fuller Center, 8166 Hwy 57 in Baileys Harbor. For more information or to register, visit RidgesSanctuary.org or call 920.839.2802. The Door County Historical Society’s monthly dinner meeting will be a Picnic on the Preserve at the Heritage Village at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay, on Aug. 24. The evening’s program will feature demonstrations by the volunteer blacksmiths, historic tours of the Greene Store, Vignes School, Petersen Granary, Chapel, Kohl’s Fish House, Warren House, Schopf House, the under-construction Hand Tool Museum, and the Norwegian Hanson House.

2015 Paint the Bay Winners. Photos by Steve Reinke.

Best of Show winner, the Time Bandit. Keith Miller of Northbrook, Ill., earned Best of Show with his boat Time Bandit in a field of 35 boats at the Door County Maritime Museum Classic & Wooden Boat Festival Aug. 7 & 8 in Sturgeon Bay. Other winners at the festival included George & Neil Zachariasen, who won the Sikaflex Challenge boatbuilding competition, and artist Brian Pier, whose work “Docks on the Bay” claimed first place This is an exciting time in Village history as they will also celebrate the “roof-raising” at the Hand Tool Museum, as the installation of roof rafters is well underway. Volunteers have truly “logged” more than 800 hours in its construction and will be on hand to share their vision for the project. Dinner participants may select a tour of the Village at their choice of 4:45, 5, or 5:15 pm or stroll the path to the Hanson House between 4:45 and 5:30. The 6 pm picnic supper is ham, roast beef, and turkey sandwiches; fresh mixed fruit, baked beans, oriental coleslaw; and cherry or apple bars for dessert. The Member dinner cost is $13 and the guest fee is $17. For reservations, call 920.421.2332.

A special feature in August is a one-day blacksmithing class on Aug. 29, from 9 am to 1 pm in the Petersen Granary. Using a coalfired forge, participants will learn how to read a fire, coal management, use of hammer, metal movement, proper tool names, and how to make an “S-hook” and a leaf. The fee is $150 for guests and $100 for Door County Historical Society members. Participants are limited to adults 18 and over and are required to sign a waiver. Students are required to wear wool or cotton apparel and eye protection. To register, call 920.431.2332.

Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery will host the sixth annual Harvest Fest on Sept. 12, 12 – 6 pm. Join in celebrating wines made with grapes grown in Wisconsin and the upper Midwest. Admission is free, and this is a family friendly event. This event includes a traditional grape stomp starting at 3 pm with Katie from WIXX as this year’s local celebrity guest. If interested in stomping, come early and enter your name in a drawing to stomp. New for this year is a kids’ grape stomp. Children ages 8 to 14 can enter their name for a chance to stomp, there will also be games and a kids’ grape juice tasting. Wine sampling ($6) includes five samples and a commemorative tasting glass. Kids’ grape juice sampling ($3) includes four sparkling juice samples. Vineyard tours will occur on the hour at 1, 2, 4 & 5 pm. Talk of the Town will provide live music. Food vendors for Harvest Fest this year include Dos Chiles, DeGrand Family Restaurant, Monzu Bakery, and a few more. Local art vendors will also be present displaying and selling their crafts. For more information visit parallel44.com.

cash prize in the Paint the Bay plein air art show. Miller was awarded overall honors based on People’s Choice voting for his homebuilt 22-foot Biscayne 22. The boat also netted Best Classic Inboard honors. Other class winners included Mike Wasilczuk of Weston, Wis., for his cedar strip canoe in the Non-Powered category; Sturgeon Bay’s Russ Cihlar and his Amphicar earned the Unique Craft award; Cal Martell of Suamico and his 17-foot Lone Star model claimed Fiberglass class honors; Joe Sherpo’s Sophia was named top Sailboat; and Kevin VanPey’s 14-foot runabout Sherbear received the most votes in the Classic Outboard division. There were a total of eight entries in the Sikaflex Challenge, a boat-building event in which points are awarded for speed of construction and in-water time trials. The Zachariasen brothers claimed Sikaflex honors by posting the top race

Sikaflex Challenge boatbuilding competition winner Serpentine Seas, built and crewed by George & Neil Zachariasen. time and jumping all the way up from fifth place following the building portion of the competition. Their Serpentine Seas entry was also the favorite in the Palmer Johnson People’s Choice voting. The husband and wife team of Paul and Jan Smola placed second with their Minion rocket while Coast Guardsmen Brett Belanger and Zeke Rissman took third with “Flat Top.”

Day in Death’s Door A group of retired Door County residents have a hiking club led by Al Wittenkeller. They hike together from October to March (and snowshoe in the winter months), and every summer Wittenkeller organizes a special outing. On Aug. 11, they went to Plum Island for a hike. The trip started from Gills Rock aboard the Yankee Clipper. Friends of Plum and Pilot Islands were on hand to provide historical interpretation and to lead the hikes. Captain Chris also took the group past Pilot Island. They would like to thank everyone involved for a wonderful day in Death’s Door. Photo by Tim Sweet.


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A pre-shot routine is often reflective of one’s personality. Fred Couples, for example, moves through his routine quite nonchalantly and unhurried; he flows right along. Keegan Bradley, on the other hand, is fidgety, fast and bouncy. Both are very successful at what they do even though they are very different. What is the same about both players is that their routine is almost always the same. Jason Day’s pre-shot routine is a work of art. He uses imagery, visualization and breathing techniques to give himself the best opportunity to be successful. Take a few minutes the next time you are at the practice range and build a pre-shot routine. Try standing behind the ball, take a deep breath, visualize your shot, and slowly move in to the ball. At that point, try taking your grip, aiming the club face, taking your stance and posture, and then hitting a beautiful shot. Then start the entire process over again. It is much more worthwhile to hit half as many balls going through your routine than it is to hit twice as many balls one after another. Try this and you will improve your score and enjoyment of the game.

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Best In State Rass takes top honors at state fiddle competition by ALYSSA SKIBA alyssa.skiba@ppulse.com

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hen Hana Rass went down to Milwaukee, she was looking for a gold to win. And on Aug. 8, the 23-year-old Little Sturgeon resident did just that, taking home the honor of Grand Champion Fiddler at the 2015 Wisconsin State Fair. It is perhaps the highest point in a musical career that goes back 16 years to when Rass, daughter of Dan and Teri Rass, decided that she would follow in the musical footsteps of her father and learn a stringed instrument. From the beginning, she has forged her own path. Classical lessons opened her in-

troduction to the fiddle but when boredom set in two months into her lessons, rather than ditch the instrument as is common at a young age, she decided to move into a genre she had adored her entire life – bluegrass. For the next decade, her dad (a longtime country musician in the county) taught her how to play the stringed instrument. During that time, she also began playing with her family’s band, Fairland Bluegrass Band (made up of Dan Rass on mandolin/vocals; Teri Rass on bass/vocals; Calyn Saindon on banjo/vocals; Neil Saindon on guitar/vocals; and Hana on fiddle/vocals) and set her sights on becoming a professional musician. “I absolutely love the music,” Rass said. “I eat, breathe and sleep it. It’s what I do; I enjoy it, I love it, I feel like I have a passion for it. I’m very blessed to have been given this talent and a big part of it is I grew up going to these bluegrass festivals. You will

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to their merchandise table; you can walk up to them, you can shake their hand, you can talk to them. They are very personable, very friendly, and it makes you feel like family. That’s what I like about that genre of music.” In June 2010, her father’s band opened for Nashville-based bluegrass unit Mountain Heart during a performance at Door Community Auditorium in Fish Creek and Rass was able to connect with fiddler Jim Van Cleef. A few months later, Van Cleef became her online fiddle instructor. “He is the current fiddle player for Josh Turner, and I take online Skype lessons from him,” she explained. Two years ago, Rass decided the best way to achieve her dream of becoming a professional musician was to get her name out there. She began competing in fiddle contests, taking first place against a dozen players of all ages at her very first competition, the East Troy Bluegrass Festival. Rass has taken part in a number throughout the Midwest since then, almost always placing within the top three, including a second place finish at last year’s State Fair contest. Rass explained that competing fiddlers are judged on technique, intonation, tempo and the ability to play songs true to form: ho-downs should be danceable and waltzes should be smooth and progressive. In this year’s Open Division, she performed the “Gardenia Waltz” and “Calgary Polka.” With the difficulty of the waltz she chose, she was not expecting to take the top spot. “The entire time I’m pretty much playing harmony to myself,” she explained. “It’s a very hard song and it’s one of those things where if you don’t play the right note, everyone is going to hear it because you’re playing two strings at once. “It was really exciting and I definitely did not expect it,” she said of the win. “There was a lot of really good competition and I was convinced that somebody else would take it, so it was a big surprise and I’m very happy.” From here, Rass will head to the Minnesota State Fiddle Contest on Aug. 29 – 30 and to East Troy in September.

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Harpeth Rising Harpeth Rising is next to take the stage at Jeanne Kuhns’ Woodwalk Concert Series on Aug. 21 at 7 pm. Harpeth Rising chose to name themselves after a river because water is both dynamic and powerful. These words also describe the music created by the three women – Jordana Greenberg (violin, vocals), Rebecca Reed-Lunn (banjo, vocals) and Maria Di Meglio (cello, vocals). Unapologetic genre-benders, they fuse folk, “newgrass,” rock and classical into a sound that is organically unique. Hallmarks of their music include expansive three-part harmonies, consummate musicianship and a deft, yet soulful lyrical perspective. Harpeth Rising’s roots run deep – from their varied ancestry across Eastern Europe to the musical hotbed of the Mid-South they now call home, they weave together ancient and modern ideas, creating a sound that is both familiar and impossible to categorize. Despite the presence of only three string instruments on stage, Harpeth Rising produces a profusion of sound generally created by a much larger ensemble. Di Meglio transitions fluidly between providing the bass line and taking the melodic lead, while Reed-Lunn’s highly original style of claw hammer banjo – learned mainly by watching YouTube – is both surprisingly lyrical and intensely driving. Greenberg takes on the role of concert violinist and accompanist with equal facility, and ensures that a lead guitar is never missed. Woodwalk Concert Series shows start at 7 pm. Tickets are $20 cash or check, at the door. Call 920.868.2912 or 920.495.2928 for ticket reservations. This is general seating, so come as early as 5:30 pm to claim a favorite seat. Beer, soda, coffee and ice cream treats will be available for sale. Woodwalk Gallery is located at 6746 County G, one mile off Highway 42 in Egg Harbor. Woodwalk Gallery is located at 6746 County G, one mile off Hwy 42. Call 920.868.02912 or 920.495.2928 for reservations. Lost Moth Gallery is excited to welcome two musicians to the gallery concert series on Aug. 22 at 7 pm. Lor Chang is a blues and soul musician whose guitar playing and singing are influenced by the greats, BB King, Stevie Wonder, and many others. His music encompasses the roots of blues and soul with a modern flare to it. Joe G is a singer/songwriter who artfully blends elements of root, Americana and folk with a pop sensibility. “My goal is to create music that is entertaining but also moving on an emotional and spiritual level.” Lost Moth enjoys introducing newly discovered artists to the Door County music scene. There will be treats, wine and beer, or BYO wine or beer. Doors open at 6 pm and the show begins at 7 pm. Tickets are $10 dollars, cash or check. Call 920.495.2928 for reservations. Lost Moth Gallery is located at the north end of Egg Harbor at 7975 Hwy 42.

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Inside An Old Root Cellar by ABIGAIL EDMONDS

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n the August afternoon I visited the Erskine Root Cellar, the interior temperature hovered just above 60 degrees. Outside, it was approaching 80. An observant person driving through the intersection of County Road V and Highway 57 in Jacksonport might notice a little cedar-shake roof protruding from the soil. I did not. I would have driven past it if not for a large wooden sign on the corner, which said Erskine Rest Area. Lincoln and Caroline Erskine built the root cellar sometime in the early 1880s, after purchasing a nearby house. The house, previously owned by Lincoln’s brother Royal, had been used as a saloon. Caroline and Lincoln, who were against drinking, had the building converted into a boarding house and post office. Eventually, the cellar fell into disrepair. The Jacksonport Historical Society restored it in 2003, replacing the cedar shake, many of the wooden boards and the door, and repairing the foundation.

Inside the narrow entryway are several steps down into the cellar proper, which has a shelving area for cans and a wooden stall for vegetables, filled by the Jacksonport Historical Society with potpourri for an enhanced visitor experience. This visitor’s first experience was good and very informative. It is a primitive walkin fridge; with a stone foundation, and cedar shake roof, and a heavy wooden door that is only opened twice a year, for Cherry Fest and Maifest. The cellar provided a fine reminder to me not to quickly dismiss something as unremarkable and mundane the first time you drive by it. It is not particularity impressive, but in the 1880s, functioned well. The walls, insulated by soil, and roof, insulated by newspaper, kept the cellar cool, and protected the vegetables stored inside from frost. Like all good refrigerators, the cellar is cold and dark. Its only purpose is preservation. My mistake, on my first visit to the cellar, was that I failed to recognize that this principle applied to the entire building, including the roof.

Part of what preserves the old refrigerator, which preserves the vegetables, is Marie Erskine Hein, the granddaughter of Lincoln and Caroline who grew up playing around the cellar. She shared some rambunctious childhood memories with the Jacksonport Historical Society: “My brothers played ‘cops and robbers’ around the root cellar (they were not allowed in it). Many were the times we were scolded and warned not to climb on the root cellar, but most of that went unheeded. If we took a good run we could get right up to the top of the roof and stay on our feet. Then we would sit and slide down. The cellar was covered with a roofing material that looked like tarpaper with very small pebbles glued on. There were no jeans or slacks for girls. We wore dresses with bloomers to match. Twice down the roof we were sliding on bare skin. Many the spankings I got for wearing holes in my bloomers!” For more information visit jacksonporthistoricalsociety.org.


Master taxidermist Mike Orthober of Egg Harbor will be at the Door County Historical Museum most of the day on Aug. 22 mounting a specimen for the museum’s “Seasons of Life� display. Orthober created the spectacular diorama over a period of years, and continues to add birds and other animals. This will be his last demonstration of the season. Orthober is well known in the taxidermy field, having won many national and international awards, most recently “Best in World� for warm-water fish and “Second in World� for a non-game bird. He also judges World Taxidermy Championships and teaches others his methods. The museum is open daily from 10 am to 4:30 pm May 1 to Oct. 31 and is located at 18 N. 4th Avenue in Sturgeon Bay. Admission to the museum is free but donations are welcome. For more information, call 920.743.5809 or email DCMuseum@co.door.wi.us. Dancin’ on the Door has opened registration for the late summer/fall adult dance, fitness, and art enrichment season. With a focus on mind and body total health, classes include zumba, yoga, classical stretch movement, belly dance, jazz, tap, ballet, paint and sip, and a thriller flash mob. The season starts the week of Aug. 24 and runs through October. “Our classes provide an opportunity for adults to stay active and be social all while improving their overall wellbeing. Instead of just dance, we are offering fitness and art classes that enhance our emphasis on total body health,� said owner Andria NikoupolisWeliky. To sign up or for more information, call 920.868.5089 or visit dancinonthedoor.com. Dancin’ on the Door is located at 4614 Harbor School Road in Egg Harbor. The sixth annual barn dance for the local S.H.O.W. (Stock Horse of Wisconsin) group will be held Aug. 22 at Idlewild Farms. The dance includes a buffet of three meats, side dishes, many desserts, a beer and wine cooler bar, and live music from the Modern Day Drifters. Food will be served from 5 – 9 pm, and music begins at 7 pm. The dance is open to the public. Admission is $15 for ages 13 and up; $7 ages 8-12; and free for ages 7 and under. Admission is only $5 after 9 pm.

This is a fundraiser and the monies raised go to support the group’s Luminere scholarship program. This program supports equestrians in the quest for knowledge by attending clinics presented by nationally and internationally known horsemen. Idlewild Farms is located at 2339 Idlewild Rd., Sturgeon Bay. The Door County Historical Society’s Aug. 23 program at Heritage Village at Big Creek recalls the night of the Peshtigo Fire.

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who were typical of the rural settlers in Door County. It’s an English country tea because the Warren family came to Wisconsin as pioneers from New England. They brought their customs and tastes with them. The four-course tea features specialties from the English countryside and even a special guest appearance by Mr. & Mrs. Warren. The tea begins with a first course of cheese, quiche and miniscones. Sandwiched in the middle courses are fruits and breads and traditional tea sandwiches. The final course is desserts. Hot and iced tea, as well as lemonade and water will be served. Come have fun and hear stories about our past. Hats and gloves are encouraged, but not necessary. The cost is $20 per guest. Tea times are available at 11 am or 2 pm; each setting is limited to 20 guests. Reservations are due by Aug. 22. To make a reservation, call 920.421.2332 or email Director. DCHistoricalSociety@gmail.com.

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June Falling Down, a feature film made in Door County in the summer and fall of 2014, will host its premiere on the night of Sept. 19 at Ephraim Village Hall. The film, a mix of comedy and drama, centers around a young woman returning to Door County for her best friend’s wedding and the one-year anniversary of her father’s death. Rebecca Livengood (Weaver) wrote and directed the film, and Chris Irwin assistant directed and produced. The movie features local talent Nick Hoover, Claire Morkin, Evan Board, Justin Pahnturat, Elliot Goettelman, Joanna Becker, and Steven Koehler, as well as countless other Door County actors, musicians, and extras.

This initial screening, followed by live music led by Irwin, is exclusively for the cast, crew, volunteers, and contributors to the film’s Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. To attend the premiere or to learn more about the movie, visit SilverLeafFilms.net and follow the link the to the film’s Indiegogo campaign.

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Shanley is a prolific writer, with more than 25 plays and screenplays in his body of work. He wrote the lyrics to the opera based on his Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Doubt: A Parable. His screenplay Moonstruck earned three Academy Awards, including Best Screenplay and a Best Actress Oscar for Cher. Shanley has written about volcanoes and the Congo, but he never ventured into his Irish heritage until he took a special trip with his father to the homestead in Ireland. Shanley was raised in an Irish-Italian working class sector of The Bronx. His father was born on a farm in the Irish Midlands where he raised sheep and cattle with his brothers. “His brothers and sisters had brogues and my father used to play Irish music on the accordion while the family danced,” Shanley said in an interview with SGN of Seattle. “I was inundated with this, but never wanted to write about that. I think people want to escape from the childhoods they’ve known and that prevents them returning to it in joyous ways.” In 1993 his father, who immigrated to the United States when he was 24, was too old to travel alone and asked his son to take him to the family farm outside the village of Killucan, near the town of Mullingar, in County Westmeath. Shanley was 42 when he took his elderly father home and this visit awakened his Irishness. “When I sat with my father in that farm kitchen, the one that he had grown up in, and listened to my Irish family talk, I recognized that this was my Atlantis, the lost and beautiful world of my poet’s heart,” Shanley told the New York Times. “There was no way to write about the farm, yet I had to write about it. I listened to the amazing language these folks were speaking as if it were normal conversation, and I knew this was my territory. But it was new to me. It was a time to listen, not to write.” He listened for about 20 years, until his 60th birthday, a milestone that made an impact on Shanley. His parents were dead; his own hair was gray. “I was miserable, dead, barren and solitary,” he continued in the New York Times. He moved to an apartment with a view. “It was just me and the river and the sun and time. A year went by. One quiet day, I sat down without a thought in my head and wrote a play about the farm.” Outside Mullingar is the first work in which he pays homage to his Irish heritage. Shanley recalled listening to his relations

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converse around the kitchen table with vigor, emphasis and conviction in the introduction to his script for Outside Mullingar. “(Aunt) Mary’s declarations came out at the rate of water gushing from a fire hose,” he said. It was a gloomy and dark day, yet no lights were on. When Shanley inquired if there was a power failure he “set off a series of denunciations and exhortations about the light switch, which was finally thrown by my cousin Anthony as if he were setting fire to the national treasury or electrocuting the only woman he had ever loved.” The strong bonds between his family members left a lasting impact on Shanley. He was influenced by their loyalty to and love for one another. “I wanted to put on stage something I hadn’t seen” Shanley told The Seattle Times. “Sometimes a son and a father, a mother and a daughter, just love each other, without equivocation, without apology.” The love of family is weaved into the script. Outside Mullingar features two neighboring Irish families who bicker in their farmhouse kitchens. Shanley’s creativity and his own awareness of life’s fleeting opportunities altered and sharpened the family stories of his Aunt Mary, Uncle Tony and cousin Anthony. Outside Mullingar’s Anthony is in his 40s and comfortable in his eccentric nature. He has stayed on the farm with his father, Tony. Rosemary, his slightly younger neighbor, lives with her mother, Aoife. Keeping them apart is a dispute over a wee patch of land and the mysterious ways of the heart. Smitten with Anthony since childhood, Rosemary is passionate and determined to not let an American relation inherit the farm over Anthony, nor to let love pass her by. Outside Mullingar opened on Broadway for a limited run Jan. 3, 2014 and marked the Broadway debut of Debra Messing and also featured Brian F. O’Byrne. The play earned Shanley a nomination for a Tony Award for Best Play. Outside Mullingar is on stage at Peninsula Players from Aug. 19 through Sept. 6. For more information on Outside Mullingar or tickets, phone the Box Office at 920.868.3287 or visit peninsulaplayers. com.

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Stage Door Theatre Co. presents Sylvia at Third Avenue Playhouse, with opening night benefit on Aug. 27 at 7:30 pm for the Door County Humane Society. Katherine Duffy Sylvia, written by A.R. Gurney and directed by Robert Boles, is about husband and wife, Greg and Kate, and a homeless dog named Sylvia. Greg and Kate are city-dwellers who are adjusting to life after children. Kate’s career as an academic is taking off, while Greg is being transferred to ever more meaningless and unsatisfying jobs. On a walk in the park, Greg finds a homeless dog with a tag indicating her name is Alan Kopischke Sylvia. He brings her home, fleas and all. Sylvia immediately establishes herself as Greg’s constant companion. She does what pets do: she’s loves him unconditionally. Soon Greg is avoiding work so he can bask in her delightful company. Kate recognizes a rival for Greg’s affections and sees a serious threat to her marriage. She tries to have Greg give Sylvia up. Soon Greg Ryan Patrick Shaw must choose between wife and dog. The cast includes Katherine Duffy, Alan Kopischke, Ryan Patrick Shaw and Jacque Troy. Performances are scheduled for Aug. 27 – Sept. 12, beginning at 7:30 pm Wednesday through Saturday and 2 pm on Sunday. A pay-whatyou-can preview is set for Aug. 26 at 7:30 pm, and a Tuesday evening performance will be held Sept. 8 at Jacque Troy

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all-you-can eat Fish Boil buffets Mon., wed., Fri. and Sat. Storyteller at 4:30 with a second story at 6:00 every Sat. $18.99

Home of the scrumptious pecan & cinnamon rolls. Swedish limpa bread. Cardamom coffee cake. Only scratch bagels in D.C.

Reservations recommended

1/2-lb

Prime Rib Sunday Brunch Buffet $15.99 tuesday International Buffet $16.99 thursday Prime Rib Buffet $18.99

Daily 7:00 920-854-2385 n 1041 Cty. Rd. ZZ, Ellison Bay

Breakfast Buffet 7:30-11:30

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Live Music! Tuesday, Aug. 25: The Nicks 7-10 pm Live Music Sunday Afternoons with Ben Larson, 3 - 7 pm Located at Little Sister Resort (adjacent to Bay Ridge Golf Course)

10620 Little Sister Rd • Sister Bay • (920) 854-6699 • www.fredandfuzzys.com 7:30 pm. Tickets are $25 general admission and $10 students (10 – 24). For tickets, call 920.743.1760, visit ThirdAvenuePlayhouse.com, or stop by the new daytime box office location at 234 N. 3rd Ave, across the street from Third Avenue Playhouse. Box office hours are 12 – 5 pm. For more information visit thirdavenueplayhouse.com. Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor is pleased to introduce a series of three concerts to run from September through October this fall. These evening performances will take place in Birch Creek’s Juniper Hall and highlight a selection of the Academy’s summer faculty members along with successful musicians from Door County and across the Midwest. All proceeds from these events will benefit future Birch Creek students and the Birch Creek Scholarship Fund. Liam Teague (left) On Sept. 19, 7:30 pm, Birch Creek will invite Percussion & Steel Band faculty members Ben Wahlund, Dan Moore, Yuko Asada, Dane Richeson, and the internationally recognized steel pan performer Liam Teague for a night of Door County’s favorite percussive jazz and world music. On Sept. 26, 7:30 pm, Birch Creek will welcome the renowned six piece group, Talk of the Town, performing authentic New Kevin Van Ess Orleans Swing/Dixieland Jazz under the leadership of Kevin Van Ess, who has played on Bourbon Street with Pete Fountain, Bob Hope, and other famed performers. Tickets for these events are $29 and $22, respectively. At 5:30 pm on Oct. 11, Birch Creek will host Bach to Broadway, a fall fundraiser with a fully catered dinner and performances featuring Symphony faculty pianist Jodie Jodie DeSalvo DeSalvo, student pianist and Burton Scholarship winner Jonathan Bass from Washington Island, and the accomplished mezzosoprano Cynthia Stiehl. Tickets are $85. For tickets, visit birchcreek.org or call 920.868.3763.

Grilled Sandwiches • Full Bar • Boat Tie-Ups • Sunsets & Storm Watching

DAILY HOMEMADE BREAKFAST & LUNCH SPECIALS! Stop by soon, we’ll leave the grill on for you!

DAILY 6 am - 8 pm

Fish Boil & Fish Fry Tuesdays, Fridays, & Saturdays 4:30 pm - ? Downtown Ellison Bay * Hwy. 42 854-2998 OPEN YEAR ROUND CALL FOR RESERVATIONS

Fresh Seafood • hand Cut Steaks • Full Bar • extensive Wine list & Martini Menu

3667 Hwy. 42, 1 mile N. of Fish Creek | 920.868.3532 | alexandersofdoorcounty.com Serving Dinner nightly • BAr At 4PM • Dining At 5PM • ChAMPAgne SUnDAy BrUCh At 9:30AM

Outdoogr! Dinin

920.854.2624

MLB Pack on 13 Flats age creen TV’s!

OPEN DAILY AT 3PM

The Garage D Live Music D @ Husby’s

Mon., Weds. thru Sat.

Serving 11am-10 pm DAILY!

Homemade Pizza, Soups • TUES. - Prime Rib • WED. - Fish Fry and Chili • THURS. - 50¢ Wings DINE IN • FRI. - Perch & Lawyer Fry CARRY OUT • SAT. - Ribs & Whiskey

Lunch & Dinner Specials

10641 N. Bay Shore Drive • Downtown Sister Bay

Door County’s First Choice For A Great Steak! O P E N N I G H T LY AT 5 P M

NIGHTLY SPECIALS 920.854.2700 RESERVATIONS WELCOME

www.thechopsisterbay.com Outdoor Seating Available On The Veranda TOP 100 BEST STEAKHOUSE’S IN AMERICA

WEATHER PERMITTING

TRY OUR EARLY DINING MENU FROM 5-5:30 PM SUN. - THURS.

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Mike’s Port Pub & Grill

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It is most absurdly said, in popular language, of any man, that he is disguised in liquor; for, on the contrary, most men are disguised by sobriety.

Open Daily • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Closed Tuesday for Breakfast Breakfast Early Bird Special 7-9am

Favorites Walleye, Mushroom Swiss Burger, Broasted Chicken, Homemade Soups

—THOMAS DE QUINCY, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, 1856

Serving Visitors and Locals for 25 Years!

6269 Hwy 57 • Jacksonport (920) 823-2081

Authentic Mexican • American and More

OPEN DAILY

7:00am- Close

Breakfast Served til Noon

Early Bird Special • Monday - Friday until 9:00am

Happy Hour • Monday-Friday 4-6pm

Cheers Cherry Bounce and Fritz the Lawnmower Man by JIM LUNDSTROM jim@ppulse.com

I

love a good cherry beer. Always have. Always will. My first successful homebrew experiment was a cherry stout, using as a base one of the recipes in Charlie

Full Bar • Homemade Pizza • Patio Dining Across from the Door Community Auditorium 920.868.1900 • 3931 Hwy. 42 • Fish Creek, WI

DOOR COUNTY’S BEST CORNER HWY A & E

LOCATED BEHIND PC JUNCTION 839-2300

DINE IN OR CARRY OUT

{4/5 beer cheers}

The first time I ever heard the expression “lawnmower beer” was during an interview with Fritz Maytag of Anchor Brewing. I forget exactly when we talked – let’s just say many beers ago – but I do recall that Anchor was just releasing a summer lawnmower beer. I forget the name of the beer and I didn’t see it on the Anchor website, but I was reminded of that conversation with Fritz when I opened the fridge and my eyes fell upon a six-pack of Anchor Summer Wheat. Was that the beer we talked about those many beers ago? I can’t say no for certain, but I really don’t think so. I was surprised to find an Anchor Wheat, and to my mind that means I had never seen it before, even though the brewery website claims it has been produced since 1984. I am certain the lawnmower beer Fritz and I talked about was something else, which also leads me to believe if I don’t recall it, maybe it wasn’t so hot?

Sorry I never heard of Anchor Summer Wheat before this. This is not your typical wimpy American wheat. It is big, bright, spicy and bold, perfect for the cup holder on your rotary push mower. Jim Lundstrom is a founding member of the Society of Oshkosh Brewers, a lifetime member of the Appleton Libation Society, former Gannett Beer Man and Real Beer Man for the Fox Cities Scene.

HANDMADE PIZZA

Early Bird Special • Monday-Friday until 9:00am

Door County’s Garden Restaurant Open Daily 7am-8pm Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Lunch Feature: 1/2 sandwich, fresh fruit, soup & dessert Dinner Feature: Broiled Whitefish Hwy. 42 Between Ephraim and Sister Bay • 920-854-2131

Pelletier’s

Papazian’s landmark homebrew book. I distinctly remember using way more cherries than Charlie called for. It was my first time cherry picking. I went to southern Fond du Lac County to do the picking, at a hilly orchard in a pretty agricultural area. I don’t remember how many pounds Charlie’s recipe called for, and I don’t know where my copy of the book is to look it up. Suffice to say that I added a lot of cherries to this stout. Had to. In my cherry-picking zeal, I had picked 60-some pounds of cherries. I think I followed the cherry stout with a cherry wheat, and then a cherry lager. That was the summer I turned the household refrigerator into a lagering cave. Have I told you this story before? If I have, blame the cherries. That’s what they do to you. Cherry Stout from Atwater Brewery of Detroit has a nice cheery cherry flavor infused deep within the stoutness of the base beer, which is a chocolatey stout. Good stuff. Nice mix of flavors – the tart cherries bouncing around inside the darkness. ***

Breakfast, Lunch & Nightly Fish Boil

Founder’s Square • Fish Creek •

920-868-3313

www.doorcountyfishboil.com

Because I definitely remember early encounters with Anchor Steam and Anchor Porter. I particularly remember the years on Maui in the mid to late 1980s when we would drive to the other side of the island from where we lived to go to Wiki Wiki Pizza, a shoreside pizza place that served Anchor Steam on tap. I remember at the time thinking $8 pitchers were outrageous, but still worth the travel and cost in a world of bland beers.

STARBOARD BREWING

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Great Clothing for Your Lifestyle

WINE : 30 Food and Wine Pairing by KARL BRADLEY

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here are several main characteristics of wine and food that are instrumental in pairing food with wine: Acidity This is the most important characteristic in pairing food and wine • Acidity can cut richness, saltiness, oily foods, fatty foods and mildly spicy foods • Acidic wines pair great with tart foods • Brings out the integrity in good, simple ingredients

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Sweetness Can vary from dessert wines to off dry to semi-sweet to dry • Sweet wines can be a great counterpart to moderate levels of heat • Compliments slight sweetness in foods • Can be an effective contrast to salt • Takes the edge off of tart foods

• Oaky wines need specific foods to show at their best (match the flavors in the wine such as toast, char, smoke and caramel with certain cooking techniques) • Lightly oaked and un-oaked wines are the easiest to pair food with • Oak adds smoothness and roundness to the texture of wine

Tannin Perceived as bitterness or a gritty character • Serve bitter foods with tannic wines • Counter-balance tannin with fat and protein • Tannin usually doesn’t work well with fish Oak Creates characteristics in wine that grapes alone can’t provide • Oak is exaggerated by food

Chief Oshkosh Native American Arts Open 10am - 5pm

Here are some guidelines of food and wine pairing: Chardonnay • Oak aged Chardonnay works well with dishes that have rich textures and flavors • Pairs nicely with mild and sweet shellfish • Works well with nuts, especially toasted nuts Sauvignon Blanc • Will pair with any foods with fresh herbs • Is a good accompaniment with a vinaigrette, whether is be a dressing or a food marinated in a vinaigrette • The high level of acidity and lower alcohol balances hot and spicy dishes Riesling • Goes well with goose, duck and other rich, gamey birds • Works as a counterbalance to rich, salty meats • Pairs nicely with many exotic and flavorful spices, such as curry, cardamom, cinnamon, clove, mace, cumin, etc.

Pinot Noir • Has incredible flexibility with many different ingredients and preparations • Goes with foods that are smoked, grilled or lightly charred Sangiovese • A great balance to tomato based sauces • Will pair with herbal components like basil in a Caprese salad or fresh chopped thyme or sage in a dish. Karl Bradley is the wine sales representative for General Beverage Wines for the Door County area. He has worked in fine dining and wine sales for more than 25 years and has a sommelier certificate from the Court of the Master Sommeliers.

PO Box 140 • 7896 HWY 42, Egg Harbor, WI 54209 920-868-2731

Thank you to volunteers: Chris, Dan, Dennis, Gary, Luke, Norma, Rosemarie, Tammy, Sue

Treat Your Feet 20% Off Sandals

7631 Hwy. 42, Egg Harbor (920) 868-3240

Merlot • Pairs with mushrooms and fresh herbs • Works well with fresh or dried fruits and berries

Matthew House Thrift Shop

Handcrafted Sterling Silver Jewelry Resident Silver Smith Available

4 more volunteers needed Sunday & Monday are BY CHANCE Tuesday thru Saturday are 10-4

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• Royal Robbins • Nomadic Trader

Alcohol Creates weight in wine • Match wines with food that has the same weight as the wine

Cabernet Sauvignon • Higher tannins here balance well with the bitter component of grilled meats • A great counterpart to fatty foods such as butter, cream or aged cheese • Is a nice pairing for black pepper, earthy and herbal components Saltiness Can be an actual level of sodium or a perception of saltiness • Saltiness is lessened by wines with high acidity • Perception of salt is exaggerated by tannin • Alcohol is accentuated by salt • Salty dishes can be counterbalanced by off dry or sweet wines

• Patagonia

Sales benefit developmentally disabled.

• Dansko • Kavu

Top of the Hill Shops Fish Creek

Spring Road and Hwy 42 • 920.868.2117

Family Owned & Operated for 3 Generations The

Mill

Food & Spirits

Located 5 minutes nor th of Sturgeon Bay at the intersection of Highways 42 & 57

Fish Boil (Starting June 16) Every Thurs; 6 pm - $16.95 Family-style

Roasted Chicken

Every, Wed, Thur, Sat & Sun - $13.95

All You Can Eat

Prime Rib

Every Wed & Sat - $23.95

Soups & Desserts • Steaks • Seafood • Prime Rib • Pastas • Martini Menu

Complete Bar Service

Dining Room Opens at 5:00

920.743.5044

www.MillSupperClub.com

Closed on Monday year ‘round; Tuesday Nov thru Memorial Day Served Nightly

credit cards accepted

Open Daily at 11am and Sundays at 4:30pm

Lunch Monday - Saturday 11:30am - 2pm Dining Room Open Night 5pm; Fridays 4:30pm Full Menu Plus Nightly Specials Live Music Alley Bar Open Thurs. - Tues. Sat. 8/22 David Hatch and @10pm “Whiskey Ditch” Lynn Gudmundson Every Sunday In The Alley Bar 6pm - 9pm (indoors if rain)


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“Even blindfolded, I don’t know how anybody can do the Donald!”

“She handpicked me for the Cowardly Lion, and then when she heard me sing, she gave me a speaking part.”

Overheard “Your mom asked me why I can’t be more like you. Then I went home and cried.”

“I am a pretty smart person if everyone yells at me what I gotta know.”

“Why didn’t you let me choose which color stitches I got!?”

“You will be fine at golf. Just look at the ball all the time and don’t care what happens.”

“They’re both getting married to drummers. That’s even sillier than dating them.”

SHOUT OUTs

“The staff is used to dumb questions.”

The Pulse’s Stephen Grutzmacher with his newlywed daughter, Molly (Grutzmacher) Gallico. Molly married Phil Gallico on Aug. 15, 2015 in Milwaukee. Photo submitted by Barb Grutzmacher.

Shout out to the kind people who stepped out onto S. 5th Ave. to stop traffic during Saturday morning’s farmers market after my two little Schnauzers escaped the fenced-in yard. Shout out to my roommates Bailie, Marika, Laney and Dana, for being so understanding when I forget cookies in the oven, and oatmeal in the microwave. —Abigail E. Shout out to my best friend Rebecca Fitton, for spending the afternoon making a giant beach drawing with me. —Abigail E. Shout out to the man who attended Adult Night at Hands On Art Studio with his wife last Friday, and made a bug window hanging. I’m sorry I couldn’t make eye contact with you. If you entered a Jean-Ralphio Saperstein lookalike contest, you would win first place. Never change.

Do you have a photo you want to FRAME in the Pulse? Send us snapshots of you and your friends having a good ol’ time around Door County to pr@ppulse.com with FRAMED in the subject line. Don’t forget the basics: who, what, where, when?

Server of the Madi Mydra weekThe Singing Donut Meet Singing Donut server Madi She’s loved by customers quite madly

She said as she watched the donuts fry: “This year’s my last at Gibraltar High.”

Shout out to Angel, the horse with a hoof infection that requires the hoof to be soaked in Epsom salt. You’re a champ, Angel. Keep that hoof in the bucket.

She has two dogs and a beta fish, And served me a donut in a paper dish

Send over your OVERHEARDS, SHOUT OUTS, PET PEEVES, or OBSESSIONS to pr@ppulse.com with one of the above categories in the subject line…and, let us know if you’d prefer the submission be printed anonymously.

On the weekends she lounges in the sun, And plays in the water for her summer fun.

DONNY’S

Gift Certificates Available

Glidden Lodge Now taking reservations for 2016 weddings

RESTAURANT

CASUAL DINING

IN A

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Full Bar • Open to the Public • Patio Seating • Smoke-Free Dining Room

Serving Lunch Daily

11 AM - 3 PM

Salads • Appetizers • Burgers • Sandwiches • Pizza

Friday Night Fish Fry

5 PM - 9 PM

Perch • Walleye • Whitefish • Alaskan Pollock • Limited Menu

SERVING HOMEMADE PIZZAS WI-FI Available N. of Egg Harbor on Hwy. 42, Take EE to 8125 Heritage Lake Rd. 920-868-2483 • 888- 463- 4653 • orchardsateggharbor.com

RESTAURANT

Extraordinary Cuisine Breathtaking Waterfront Dining

Reservations Accepted Closer than you think...

Open Daily 4pm - 9pm 920.746.9460•donnysgliddenlodge.com 4670 Glidden Drive • Sturgeon Bay 54235

Know someone worthy of the coveted “Server of the Week” title? Email a mug shot, your best (ahem...worst) poem about him or her, and the name of the business where they work to pr@ppulse.com. Selected servers will receive a free Pulse hat and momentary, glorious fame!

Feed and Clothe My People THRIFT SHOP

Our 14th Avenue Thrift Shop is open to the public. Check it out. All are welcome to shop.

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Dear Mary Pat, Our community sponsors weekly live music in a park during the summer. The musicians are always talented and very professional. Unfortunately, many children seem to be unsupervised and run back and forth in packs right in front of the stage. It’s not only disrespectful to the performers, but also very distracting and irritating to the audience. The parents seem not to notice or care what their children are doing. I know children need to have fun, but playing and running wildly in front of the stage and performers is not acceptable. Signed, Music Lover Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Dear Music Lover, This is unfortunate. I see a lot of parents who are completely checked out and seem not to remember that they are responsible for their children’s behavior in public. There is a big difference between a playground and a musical performance. It might simply be a case of children being too young to appreciate what they are seeing and they are bored and restless. Since this seems not to be an isolated occurrence, you might want to suggest to the organizer (whether by email or in person) that everyone might benefit from a brief announcement at the beginning of the concert to please limit children running around. I’m sure that the majority of the concertgoers would appreciate this greatly as would the performers themselves. And maybe some of those parents are reading right now and have received the message loud and clear. Good luck, Mary Pat Miss Pat was educated at the Finnish Finishing School for Fine Ladies. Eloquent in edifying etiquette, she is fluent in seven languages including the language of love. Mary Pat has generously extended her counsel to you and will answer any and all inquiries. Email Mary Pat at manners@ppulse.com.

by Myles Mellor

ACROSS 1 Not of the cloth 7 Newly hatched insects 13 Knitted blanket 19 It stands for something 21 Iroquoian language 22 Comfort 23 Henry Miller offering 25 Demonstrates 26 Coop group 27 Needle holder 28 Mother Teresa, for one 29 Rafters 30 Milldam 31 Night of poetry 32 City on the Brazos 33 Corn dish 36 American car 43 Food in Exodus 16 44 Piano piece 45 Safety device 46 “A little more than kin, and less than kind,” e.g. 47 Republic in the Eastern Pyrenees 50 Light yellow 53 Shopaholic’s delight 54 Astrological era 56 Came of age? 59 Beetle Bailey creator Walker 60 Sticker 61 Stain 63 Informer 64 Betrothed 67 Canine’s coat 69 Mix up 73 Attack, with “into” 75 Pastoral setting 76 Eurasia’s ___ Mountains 80 Put up in a different residence 82 NASA’s second human spaceflight program 86 Western blue flag, e.g. 87 Plot device in Citizen Kane 89 Geometric figure 90 Flax plant 92 ___-Wan Kenobi 93 Filmmaker Spike 95 Author Zola 96 He drew the Vitruvian Man 101 Depend (on) 102 Butter 103 Jane or John 104 Bewildered 106 Nathan and Pearl 110 L-1011, e.g. 111 Crown 112 Defraud 116 Measure 117 Well-known cruise ship 120 Pants measure 121 Emcees’ lines 122 Evening receptions 123 Line of clothing 124 Baby 125 Most judicious DOWN 1 Plaster base 2 Big plot 3 It’s pumped in a gym 4 Police 5 Black cuckoo

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65 Variety of leaf bug 66 Hibernia 68 ___ lab 69 Give the third degree 70 Eagle’s nest 71 Zoo heavyweight 72 Petty officer on a merchant ship 74 Court ploy 76 Japanese taste type 77 Inflexible 78 New World lizard 79 Field of work 81 Wears down 83 Andrews or Powell 84 First place? 85 Wield, as influence 88 Communication “O” 91 Purplish red 94 Pizzazz 97 Beat 98 Experts 99 Electorate 100 Specks 105 Goat antelope 106 Indonesian island 107 Last word? 108 They have their pluses and minuses 109 Olympic sled 110 Daughter of Saturn 111 “Over here!” 112 Lancelot and Mix-a-Lot, for two 113 Algonquian Indian 114 Many moons 115 Lion’s share 117 Not a mistake! 118 Fish eggs 119 Seven, in ancient Rome

Which African country is considered the Lightning Capital of the World (it receives nearly 2.5 times the amount of lightning as Florida)?

LAST week’s q:

The longest “tandem” bike ever built could seat how many people?

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Door County’s Best Rack of Ribs • Charbroiled Burgers • Broasted Chicken

Thursdays 7-9

Year Round Home~150’ of Waterfront 3 bedroom, 3 bath custom built home along 150’ of walk-out Lake Michigan shore. Fantastic waterviews from nearly every room including the heated & screened octagonal sunroom. Flagstone patio near the shore, great for entertaining. Plus many more great features. $485,000.

3 very special homesites on the shores of Europe Lake. Across from Newport State Park and located on a private drive. Once you see the sites you will fall in love with the peaceful feeling you get at the lake! $129,000 to $224,900

Call Amie Olson at 920-854-2353 amieo@kellstromray.info

Scholarships are available.

4614 Harbor School Rd. • Egg Harbor dancinonthedoor.com • 920.868.5089

Open Tue - Sun 11am - Close • Kitchen closes at 9pm

71/2 miles North of Sturgeon Bay Hwy 42 & Cty Rd. I, Downtown Carlsville • 920.743.4966


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The Corner of the Past Historical Museum Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 3pm Admission $5, which includes use of the “Discovery Pen” to enhance your tour

This Week’s Heritage Program Lorretta Paulman - Rosemaling Saturday, 8:30 - 11:00am

Saturday Farmers Market

from 8am - Noon Locally-Grown Produce Foods From Certified Kitchens Hwy. 57 at Country Lane & Fieldcrest - Sister Bay

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CLASSES Are you interested in an enriching or educational opportunity while in Door County?

Whether you’re looking for an in-depth foray into art, literature, nature, health, or history, someone along the peninsula is sure to offer the experience for you. Please contact the institutions below for more information. Apple Hollow Fiber Arts 732 Jefferson St., Sturgeon Bay 920.746.7815 www.applehollow.com applehollowfibers@gmail.com

Door County Rubber Stamp, LLC 751 Jefferson Street, Sturgeon Bay 920.746.9080 www.doorcountyrubberstamps.com ohansen@charter.net

Mindful Living Yoga Sunset Park, Sturgeon Bay 920.323.6473 www.mindfullivingllc.com mindful_living@charter.net

Stone Path Yoga Studio 10172 State Highway 57, Sister Bay 920.421.1607 www.stonepathyoga.com stonepathyoga@gmail.com

Art for Health Program for Kids Door County Memorial Hospital, Women’s Y Children’s Health Center, Sturgeon Bay 920.746.3666 www.dcmh.org ArtforHealth@ministryhealth.org

Door County Sail and Power Squadron Steve Rank, Squadron Educational Officer, Sturgeon Bay 920.743.5469 www.usps.org/door captainrank@charter.net

Natural Childbirth Education 920.470.1478 bradleybirth.com/heidikratcha heidikratcha@gmail.com

Team Leadership Center 4497 Ploor Road, Sturgeon Bay 920.746.9999 www.teamleadership.com

Artists Guild Art Classes 117 North 3rd Ave., Sturgeon Bay 920.743.9900 www.artistsguildonline.com jebradley@charter.net

Door County String Academy Hope Church, Sturgeon Bay 920.495.5500 http://dcstringacademy.com info@dcstringacademy.com

Nelson Healing Center 44 S. Second Avenue, Sturgeon Bay 920.818.0045 www.NelsonHealingCenter.com mvnelson@sbcglobal.net

The Clearing 12171 Garrett Bay Road, Ellison Bay 920.854.4088 www.theclearing.org clearing@theclearing.org

Bay Port Chiropractic Clinic 1063 Green Bay Road Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 920.743.9499

Door Shakespeare Bjorklunden, 7590 Boynton Lane, Baileys Harbor 920.839.1500 www.doorshakespeare.com info@doorshakespeare.com

Parallel 44 Wine School N2185 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Kewaunee 920.388.4400 www.parallel44.com

The Flying Pig Gallery & Greenspace N6975 Highway 42, Algoma 920.487.9902 theflyingpig.biz

Peninsula Fly Casting, FFF Certificed Casting Instructor Sister Bay 920.854.9483 stevens11@charter.net

The Natural Step Sustainability Study Circles Various venues around the county, 920.743.3337 www.sustaindoor.org sustaindoor@gmail.com

Bay Shore Outfitters Standup Paddleboard Fitness Class Otumba Park, Sturgeon Bay 920.818.0431 www.kayakdoorcounty.com Bjorklunden 7590 Boynton Lane, Baileys Harbor 920.839.2216 www.lawrence.edu/dept/bjork/ mark.d.breseman@lawrence.edu Bodyworks of Door County On the beach, Sister Bay & Ephraim 920.809.3349 BodyworksofDoorCounty.com bodyworksdc@gmail.com Brad Elkins, Karate Instructor 292 Fieldcrest Rd., Sister Bay 920.854.7724 dckarate@hotmail.com Briggsville Gardens 3273 Mathey Rd., Sturgeon Bay 920.743.1246 briggsvillegardens.com Center for Optimal Health 242 Michigan Ave., Suite 202, Sturgeon Bay 920.743.4221 DCOptimalHealth.net Chaudoir Glass Studio 10130 Old Stage Lane, Sister Bay 920.854.4825 garychaudoir@dcwis.com

• Cocktails • Dining • Sunday Brunch

Clay on Steele 221 Steele Street, Algoma 920.559.0585 www.clayonsteele.com slevenhage@aol.com

Friday All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry • Saturday Prime Rib TheFiresideRestaurant.com At the Hillside Inn, Ellison Bay • (920) 854-7999 •

Second Story Restaurant at Ephraim Shores Motel

Serving

Under New Management Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily 7 am - 9 pm Specials Plus Full menu Breakfast All Day Children’s Menu

Great Waterviews, Food, and Hospitality

www.BeardedHeartCoffee.com

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10018 Water Street - Ephraim 920-854-2371

Connie Glowacki Gallery, Watercolor Workshops Top of the Hill Shops, County F, Fish Creek 608.752.0707 www.connie-glowacki.com watercolor@connie-glowacki.com Dancin’ on the Door 4614 Harbor School Rd, Egg Harbor 920.246.9334 dancinonthedoor.com dancinonthedoor@gmail.com Door County Eco Tours Bay Shore Outdoor Store, 2457 S. Bay Shore Drive, Sister Bay 920.854.7598 or 920.493.1572 paul@ doorcountynatureandtravelcompany. com Door County Job Center 1300 Egg Harbor Road, Suite 124, Sturgeon Bay 920.743.6915 dcjc@doorcountyjobcenter.org Door County Maritime Museum 120 N. Madison Ave., Sturgeon Bay 920.743.5958 www.dcmm.org rdesh@dcmm.org Door County Music Co. 27 N. 3rd Avenue, Sturgeon Bay 920.746.8908 Door County Nature Works 7798 State Highway 42, Egg Harbor 920.868.3042 www.doorcountynatureworks.com debradcnw@charterinternet.com

Ephraim Yacht Club 10071 Water Street, Ephraim 920.854.7107 www.eyc.org/lessons education@eyc.org Francis Hardy Center for the Arts The Hardy Gallery at Anderson Dock, Ephraim 920.854.2210 www.thehardy.org info@thehardy.org G&J Glassworks 59 S Madison Ave., Sturgeon Bay 920.818.0493 www.gjglassworks.com gandjglassworks@yahoo.com Hands On Art Studio 3655 Peninsula Players Road, Fish Creek 920.868.9311 www.handsonartstudio.com info@handsonartstudio.com Indoor Cycling at Nor Door Sport & Cyclery 4007 Highway 42, Fish Creek 920.868.2275 www.nordoorsport.com stretch@nordoorsports.com Interfibers Body-Mind-Spirit Studio 9204 Silk rd. (gravel easement off County F), Fish Creek 920.868.3580 wendy@interfibers.com Izora’s Beads 9114 Highway 42, Fish Creek 920.868.4222 izorasbeads@excite.com Junction Center Yoga Studio 3435 Junction Road, Egg Harbor 920.823.2763 www.JunctionCenterYoga.com kathy@JunctionCenterYoga.com Kewaunee Academy of Fine Art 77 Steele Street, Algoma 920.487.7220 www.kewauneeacademy.com info@kewauneeacademy.com Laughing Tiger Tai Chi 8732 Cty. F 920.839.2252 Learning in Retirement Classes at N.W.T.C. 229 N. 14th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay 920.746.4947 www.nwtc.edu/lir dclir@nwtc.edu Memory Care Connections: Mind Your Mind Door County Senior Resource Center, Sturgeon Bay 920.493.0339 memorycare@ doorcountyfamilycenters.com MFR Therapy of Door County 242 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay 920.585.3122 www.mfrdcwi.com Miller Art Museum 107 S. 4th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay 920.746.0707 www.dcl.lib.wi.us/millerartmuseum. htm

Peninsula Players 4351 Peninsula Players Road, Fish Creek 920.868.3287 www.peninsulaplayers.com news@peninsulaplayers.com

The Ridges Sanctuary 8288 County Road Q, Baileys Harbor 920.839.2802 www.ridgesanctuary.org info@ridgesanctuary.org

Peninsula School of Art 3900 County F, Fish Creek 920.868.3455 www.peninsulaartschool.com staff@peninsulaartschool.com

The Sanctuary Center 330 N. Third Avenue, Sturgeon Bay 920.818.0448 www.thesanctuarycenter.com contact@thesanctuarycenter.com

Praire Garden Rug Hooking Studio Ephraim 920.854.2555 rugteach@charter.net

The Spa at Sacred Grounds 10453 Townline Road, Ephraim 920.854.4733 www.sacredgroundsspa.com

Popelka Trenchard Glass 64 South 2nd Ave., Sturgeon Bay 920.743.7287 popelkaglass.com or stephanietrenchard.com popelkaglass@doorpi.net

Tornado Tavern Gallery 1890 Cty DK, Brussels 920.915.3767 tornadotaverngallery.blogspot.com

Ram Rojas Studio 920 Texas Street, Sturgeon Bay 920.495.1452 Ross Estate Planning 55 S. 3rd Ave., Sturgeon Bay 920.743.9117 www.rossestateplanning.com Saguaro Day Spa 3899 Old Highway Road, Sturgeon Bay 920.743.5380 www.SaguaroDaySpa.com\ Savory Spoon Cooking School 12042 Highway 42, Ellison Bay 920.854.6600 www.savoryspoon.com savoryspoon@aol.com Seaquist Orchards Farm Market 11482 Highway 42, Sister Bay 920.854.4199 www.seaquistorchards.com Shepherd of the Bay Health and Wellness Ministry 11836 Highway 42, Ellison Bay 920.854.2988 www.shepherdofthebay.org Sievers School of Fiber Arts Jackson Harbor Road, Washington Island 920.847.2264 www.sieversschool.com mail@sieversschool.com Somatics for Pain-Free Movement at Lori’s Spa Essence 3290 Gibraltar Road, Fish Creek 920.868.9493 www.lorisspaessence.com lori@lorisspaessence.com Spin 108 S. Madison Avenue, Sturgeon Bay 920.746.7746 spinn@att.net St. Joseph Formation Center 3035 O’Brien Road, Baileys Harbor 920.839.2391 http://www.cyexpeditions.org/ mail@cyexpeditions.org Stacia Dick-Schuster, Art Therapist Sturgeon Bay 920.203.3003

Tribal Belly Dance at Interfibers 9204 Silk Rd., off County F, Fish Creek 808.269.2860 Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County Religious Education Classes 10341 Water Street (Highway 42), Ephraim 920.854.5451 www.uufdc.org lynnajohn@earthlink.net Washington Island Art Association Washington Island 920.847.2404 Watercolor Workshops with Kari Anderson Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club, Sturgeon Bay 920.823.2078 karileeanderson@hotmail.com White Rose Healing Arts Studio 9281 Maple Grove Road, Fish Creek 920.421.2344 www.GaleRitchey.com Woodwalk Handmade Paper Center 6746 County Road G, Egg Harbor 920.868.2912 or 920.487.2729 www.christianstudios.com kcchristian@itol.com YMCA – Northern Door Program Center 3866 Gibraltar Road, Fish Creek 920.868.3660 www.doorcountyymca.org info@doorcountyymca.org YMCA – Sturgeon Bay Program Center 1900 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay 920.743.4949 www.doorcountyymca.org info@doorcountyymca.org


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Park Program Potawatomi State Park, 3740 Cty PD, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.2890. 8 p.m. Taking in the beauty of Door County doesn’t have to stop when the sun goes down. Join special guest Ray Stonecipher for this galactic night dedicated to the stars above beautiful Door County. Meet at the Amphitheater.

INDOOR Opening Reception Door County Maritime Museum, 120 N Madison St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.5958. 7-8:30 p.m. Featuring the Door County Art League’s 29th Annual Members Showcase. There will be presentation of awards, light refreshments will be served. $5/ guests. Free/Museum members. Presentation Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, 10341 Hwy 42, Ephraim. 920.854.7559. 3:30-5 p.m. Speakers Tracy Lux and Jeannette Watling-Mills will present on shared housing and Universal Design, to assist people in understanding housing options for “aging in place”. Public welcome. Duplicate Contract Bridge Stella Maris Church - Egg Harbor, 7710 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1954 or 920.868.6113. 9 a.m. A tournament style duplicate contract bridge. Operated by ACBL-sanctioned Certified Director and Life Master Barbara Piester; eligible players receive masterpoints. Solo players should contact the director to arrange for a partner. $8/player. iPad Users Group Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Library, 2323 Mill Rd, Sister Bay. 920.854.2721. 1 p.m. iPad users are invited to get together to share information, expertise and ideas. The curious and the serious are welcome.

TOURS Lighthouse Tours Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 10 a.m. Our “Old Time” Trolley will pick you up and navigate you to Door County’s most treasured lighthouses. Experience these majestic landmarks, tucked away in the Peninsula’s hidden bays and coves. Top it off with a fabulous scenic lunch at Top Deck restaurant at Gordon Lodge. $64.95+tax/person. Classic Beer Trolley Tour Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 1 p.m. This is an exclusive Door County Beer Tour, showcasing the local flavor, history and craft beer culture of this beautiful Wisconsin peninsula. Experience the quaintness of a handcrafted small batch Brewery, a legendary peninsula Microbrewery and a

“beer lovers” local bar & eatery that has over 100 craft beer selections. Must be 21 years or older to attend. Valid I.D. is required and will be checked. $55+tax/person.

Classic Tram Tour Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Learn Ephraim’s history from the comfort and style of our electric tram. The tram is limited to 7 passengers and pre-registration is recommended. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/ student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 and EHF members. Haunted Trolley Pub Crawl Door County Trolley - Carrington Pub at the Landmark Resort, 7643 Hillside Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 7 p.m. Enjoy the “spirits” of Door County. Walking Tour of Ephraim Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the village of Ephraim with our knowledgeable guides. You will hear the story of Ephraim, beginning with its settlement in 1853 to present day. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 & EHF members. “A House in Mourning” Alexander Noble House, 4167 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The house is respectfully prepared and coffin, flowers and apparel have been set. Come and see what a true Victorian funeral setting is like. $5/ adult. $2/child. Death’s Door Tours Door County Adventure Rafting - Ellison Bay Boat Ramp, 12033 Cedar Shore Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.559.6106. This tour takes you around the bluffs of Death’s Door to the lighthouses on Plum and Pilot Island with views of the old Coast Guard Station on Plum Island. $45/adults. $29/kids under 13. $105/hour for the whole boat. Call for details. Garden Tour Briggsville Gardens, 3273 Mathey Rd, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1246. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Enjoy a selfguided tour through one of the largest display gardens in Door County, encompassing over four acres. $5/person. Call for more information.

Glow Stick Zip Line Tour Egg Harbor Fun Park, 7340 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.9417. Zipline the night sky with glow sticks! Experience the thrill of a guided zipline tour at night!! 5 Zipline course, plus a climbing wall and Tandem Zipline Racer. $45/Person. Hands free ziplining, Great first experience.

Kim Souther and Laura Thompson Frozen Spoon Yogurt Bar, 210 S. 1st Ave., Sturgeon Bay. 920.495.4641. 7:30-9 p.m. Multi-style cellist Kim Souther and Milwaukee fiddler Laura Thompson present a fun evening of Celtic, bluegrass, and old time fiddle selections on the porch of Frozen Spoon.

GALLERIES

Mickey Grasso Kitty O’Reilly’s Irish Pub, 59 E Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.7441. 7 p.m. Classic or contemporary rock, easy listening 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and country.

Opening Reception Door County Maritime Museum, 120 N Madison St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.5958. 7-8:30 p.m. Featuring the Door County Art League’s Annual Showcase.

THEATER “No Bones About It” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 8 p.m. A “rib-tickling” new musical set in the world of competitive barbecue. $20/adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/ reserved seat. “Outside Mullingar” Peninsula Players, 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3287. 8 p.m. By John Patrick Shanley, creator of Doubt and “Moonstruck.” The Wisconsin Premiere of a sweet and prickly love story featuring Anthony and Rosemary, 40-something next door neighbors in rural Ireland and homebodies, who are caught in their families land dispute. Shanley’s lyrical Irish romantic comedy tenderly reminds us that it’s never too late to take a chance on love. $36-$42/ticket. “Steel Magnolias” Third Avenue Playhouse, 239 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1760. 7:30 p.m. In the haven of Truvy’s beauty salon, six very different women come together to share their secrets and bare their souls, throwing in a little neighborhood gossip for good measure.

LIVE MUSIC Brass Differential Stone Harbor Restaurant & Pub, 107 N 1st St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.0700. 8:30 p.m. A spicy gumbo of musical styles including jazz, blues, funk R&B, soul and hip-hop. Harpeth Rising Woodwalk Gallery, 6746 Cty Rd G, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2912. 7 p.m. Dynamic and powerful, this trio of young women includes expansive three part harmonies, consummate musicianship and a deft yet soulful lyrical perspective. Beer and snacks available for purchase. BYO wine. $20/person, cash or check at the door.

Modern Day Drifters Brick Lot Pub, 253 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.9339. 9 p.m. Classic rock and country. Scotty Cash Waterfront Mary’s Bar & Grill at Beach Harbor Resort, 3662 N Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.3191. 4-8 p.m. Country swamp grass. The Chocolateers The Garage at Husby’s, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 7:30-10:30 p.m. Northern swamp rock. No cover. Two Souls Baileys Harbor Town Hall Lawn, 2392 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.2366. 5-7 p.m. Island and rock music. Bring a picnic, a bottle of wine, or just your lawn chairs. Rain location in Town Hall Auditorium. Water Street Hot Shots Door County Brewing Company, 2434 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.1515. 7-9 p.m. Classic tunes from the blues, hokum, string band and jug band traditions; plus some solid originals. String band blues. Clare Alexander and the Melodaires Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-6:45 p.m. & 8:45 p.m. Joe Richter Gibraltar Grill, 3993 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.4745. 7:30 p.m. Live music. Karaoke Mojo Rosa’s, 7778 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3247. 9 p.m. Hosted by Hope Reyes. Acoustic Song Circle Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Coffee House, 1756 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.421.1327. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. For more information call or go to “Door County Acoustic Song Circles & Jams” on Facebook. Gary Weber Juniper’s Gin Joint, 4170 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.2667. 9:30 p.m. Live music. Karaoke and D.J. Mix Benny D’z, 23 W Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.818.1110. 9:30 p.m. With Hope Reyes.

SAT/AUG22 OUTDOOR

Cyber Green Recycling Baylake Bank, 2438 S. Bayshore Dr, Sister Bay. 920-854-2326. 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Being used as a fundraiser for United Way of Door County, Cyber Green will take almost anything with a plug including unused cell phones, laptops, radios, etc. Monitors, TVs, and consoles cost a minimal fee. Will be held rain or shine. Farmers Market & Heritage Program Corner of the Past & Old Anderson House Museum, Hwy 57 & Country Ln, Sister Bay. 920.854.7680. 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Fresh locally grown vegetables and flowers, plus a wide variety of prepared foods from local certified kitchens. 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Heritage Program: Lorretta Paulmann, rosemaling. Nature Program Newport State Park, 475 Cty Hwy NP, Ellison Bay. 920.854.2500. 7:30 p.m. Join park naturalists as they do a bat survey with an ANABAT device. Outdoor activity to follow. Meet at the Visitor’s Center. Docent-Led Hikes The Clearing, 12171 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.854.4088. 1 p.m. The terrain is a bit rugged in places, and sturdy walking shoes are highly recommended. The 2-hour hiking tours begin at the Jens Jensen Visitor Center. Farmers & Craft Market Market Square, 421 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.2914. 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Large assortment of locally grown produce as well as foods and baked goods. Hand crafted items. Market accepts FoodShare benefits. Opening the Doors Open Door Bird Sanctuary, 4114 County Rd I, Jacksonport. 12-4 p.m. The Bird Sanctuary is opening to the public. Tour the sanctuary, meet the many birds of prey, enjoy the artifacts on display, and hike the trails. 2 p.m. There will be a special Raptor program. $5/adults. $3/children 5-12. Free/5 & under.

INDOOR Barn Dance Idlewild Farms, 2339 Idlewild Rd, Sturgeon Bay. 920.856.6335. 7-11 p.m. Stock Horse of Wisconsin fundraiser consisting of a buffet of three meats, side dishes and many desserts, a beer and wine cooler bar, and live music. Food served from 5-9 p.m. Featuring the Modern Day Drifters. Proceeds benefit the Luminere Scholarship. $15/adults. $7/ages 8-12. Free/7 & under. $5/after 9 p.m.

Book Signing Hardy Gallery, 3038 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.2210. 2-4 p.m. Franne Dickinson will be present to autograph her most recent publication and read excerpts of her book, which highlights the artist creative journey. Posters and Giclee prints available for sale, along with her book. Movie Night Sister Bay Village Hall, 10693 Bay Shore Drive, Sister Bay. 8 p.m. “The Neverending Story” will be shown.

Taxidermy Demonstration Door County Historical Museum, 18 N 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.5809. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Master Taxidermist Mike Orthober will be demonstrating the art and methods of taxidermy as he mounts a specimen for the museums permanent wildlife diorama. This will be his last demonstration of the season.

TOURS Classic Tram Tour Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Learn Ephraim’s history from the comfort and style of our electric tram. The tram is limited to 7 passengers and pre-registration is recommended. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/ student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 and EHF members. Haunted Trolley Pub Crawl Door County Trolley - Carrington Pub at the Landmark Resort, 7643 Hillside Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 7 p.m. Enjoy the “spirits” of Door County. “A House in Mourning” Alexander Noble House, 4167 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The house is respectfully prepared and coffin, flowers and apparel have been set. Come and see what a true Victorian funeral setting is like. $5/ adult. $2/child. Garden Tour Briggsville Gardens, 3273 Mathey Rd, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1246. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Enjoy a self-guided tour through one of the largest display gardens in Door County, encompassing over four acres. $5/ person. Call for more information. Glow Stick Zip Line Tour Egg Harbor Fun Park, 7340 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.9417. Zipline the night sky with glow sticks! Experience the thrill of a guided zipline tour at night!! 5 Zipline course, plus a climbing wall and Tandem Zipline Racer. $45/Person. Hands free ziplining, Great first experience.


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Wetlands & Natural History Kayak Tour Gravity Trails, 7340 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920-854-9292. 8 a.m. Learn about unique characteristics of the ecosystem and the natural history of the Niagara Escarpment. Shallow warm water guided tours.

Winery Tour Parallel 44 Winery, N2185 Sleepy Hollow Rd, Kewaunee. 920.388.4400. 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Complimentary tours every hour. See the wine making process from start to finish, with a walk in our vineyard and an exclusive peek into our production facility.

GALLERIES 41st Anniversary Party Ellison Bay Pottery, 12156 Garret Bay Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.854.5049. 1-5 p.m. Cupcakes and beverages will be served. Call for more information.

Artist Reception Bay Art Gallery at Sister Bay Trading Company, 2477 Hwy 42, Sister Bay. 920.854.2554. 4-6 p.m. Featuring Annette Schuh, Barbara Schilling, Nancy Sargent, and John Philbin Dolan. Enjoy some wine while witnessing Schilling and Schuh creating new art and mingling with each artist or designer. Open to the public. Glass Blowing Demonstration Popelka Trenchard Art Gallery, 64 S 2nd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.7287. 12-2 p.m. Call for details.

THEATER “Outside Mullingar” Peninsula Players, 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3287. 8 p.m. By John Patrick Shanley, creator of Doubt and “Moonstruck.” The Wisconsin Premiere of a sweet and prickly love story featuring Anthony and

Rosemary, 40-something next door neighbors in rural Ireland and homebodies, who are caught in their families land dispute. Shanley’s lyrical Irish romantic comedy tenderly reminds us that it’s never too late to take a chance on love. $36-$42/ticket.

“Steel Magnolias” Third Avenue Playhouse, 239 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1760. 7:30 p.m. In the haven of Truvy’s beauty salon, six very different women come together to share their secrets and bare their souls, throwing in a little neighborhood gossip for good measure. “When Butter Churns to Gold” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 6 p.m. A “dash of dastardly drama and delights” to the stage. $20/ adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/reserved seat. “Strings Attached” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 8:30 p.m. A comic tale of mistaken identity set in a Northern Wisconsin lodge. $20/adult. $10/ teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/reserved seat.

PERFORMANCE “Finale - Russian Greats” Peninsula Music Festival - Door Community Auditorium, 3924 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.854.4060. 7:30 p.m. Featuring Lilya Zilberstein (piano), Blair Skinner (emerging conductor) and Victor Yampolsky (music director and conductor) with the PMF Orchestra. Songs: Glinka’s Overture to “A Life for the Tsar”,

Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 3 Op. 44 c minor, and Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 Op. 30 d minor. $30/adult. $10/child.

New Day Singers Hainesville Lutheran Church, 3944 County Trunk M, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.9806. 6-7 p.m. An Ice Cream Social will follow the performance in the fellowship hall. All are welcome. A freewill offering will be taken. The Kat Trio Trueblood Performing Arts Center, 870 Main Rd, Washington Island. 920.847.2528. 7:30 p.m. Violin, clarinet, piano ensemble with Victoria and Vladislav Gorbich, and Joseph Ross. Performing classic pieces, inspirational music, and unique arrangements of American standards.

LIVE MUSIC Desperate Ottos Mojo Rosa’s, 7778 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3247. 9 p.m. Live music. Elvis Fest Waterfront Mary’s Bar & Grill at Beach Harbor Resort, 3662 N Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.3191. All day music and activities. Hunga Dunga Trio The Garage at Husby’s, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 7:30-10:30 p.m. Two guitars and a pickle bucket. No cover. Little Marsh Overflow Husby’s Food and Spirits, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 10:30 p.m. A rock, jam experience. No cover.

Michael Mckinnon Potawatomi State Park, 3740 Cty PD, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.2890. 7 p.m. Playing a variety of original and popular songs. Meet in the Amphitheater. Red Mountain & Chicago Farmer Door County Brewing Company, 2434 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.1515. 7-9 p.m. No cover. Two Souls Kitty O’Reilly’s Irish Pub, 59 E Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.7441. 7 p.m. Island and rock. Unity Stone Harbor Restaurant & Pub, 107 N 1st St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.0700. 3-7 p.m. Reggae. On the patio. Wild Irish Gerry Stadium Diner, 205 Navarino St, Algoma. 920.487.9788. 1-4 p.m. Blend of Celtic favorites, both traditional and contemporary.

Clare Alexander and the Melodaires Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-6:45 p.m. & 8:45 p.m. Gary Weber Juniper’s Gin Joint, 4170 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.2667. 9:30 p.m. Live music. Cookee Gibraltar Grill, 3993 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.4745. 7:30 p.m. Timeless music. Lor Chang & Joe G Lost Moth Gallery, 7975 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.495.2928. Lor Chang is a blues and soul musician. Joe G is a singer/

songwriter. Reservations recommended.

Jamie Fletcher Vino! Vino! Wine Bar at Stone’s Throw Winery, 3382 Cty Rd E, Egg Harbor. 920.839.9660. 1-5 p.m. Brazilian jazz. Jeanne Kuhns MacReady Artisan Bread Company, 7828 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2233. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Progressive indie/ folk. Karaoke Carrington Pub at the Landmark Resort, 7643 Hillside Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3205. 9 p.m. Hosted by Cheryl Simon. Shower’oke’ Peninsula Pub, 7899 Cty A, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.9001. 9 p.m. No excuses karaoke with DJ Hope Reyes.

SUN/AUG23 OUTDOOR History Program Newport State Park, 475 Cty Hwy NP, Ellison Bay. 920.854.2500. 1 p.m. Join Newport history expert Steve Uglinika as he shares the history of the Hotz family and their legacy at the Park. Meet at the parking lot at the end of Europe Bay Road. Docent-Led Hikes The Clearing, 12171 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.854.4088. 1 p.m. The terrain is a bit rugged in places, and sturdy walking shoes are highly recommended. The 2-hour hiking tours begin at the Jens Jensen Visitor Center.

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Farmers Market Baileys Harbor Town Hall, 2392 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.5393. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 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. Farmers Market Flying Pig, N6975 Hwy 42, Algoma. 920.366.5029. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Organic and locally grown fruits, veggies, herbs, honey, eggs, homemade preserves, and much more.

INDOOR Community Health Program First Baptist Church, 2622 S Bayshore Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2544. 4 p.m. “Are Your Affairs in Order?” Dealing with the death of a loved one is stressful enough, but not knowing what to do with someone’s finances poses an extra burden on a grieving family. Learn how you can plan ahead to ease the burden on those you love. Collin J. Dahl, ESQ., from Dahl Law Firm will lead this discussion. Gallery Talk Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, 10341 Hwy 42, Ephraim. 920.854.7559. 12 p.m. Roberta Raymond will cover the interest and process of writing her new children’s book “Three Sea Tales” and about attaining the desired results. A question and answer period will follow. History Program Crossroads at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.5895. 2 p.m. Barb Chrisholm will present a costumed character program describing the horrific and true tale of the Peshtigo Fire in Southern Door County. Meet in the Lecture Hall of the Collins Learning Center. Sponsored by the Door County Historical Society.

SPORTS Couples Scramble Maxwelton Braes Golf Resort, 7670 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor. 920.421.4653. 9 holes of golf with cart and dinner at Pasta Vino immediately after for $45/person, with half priced drinks. Less for members. Call to sign up or for more information.

TOURS Garden Tour Briggsville Gardens, 3273 Mathey Rd, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1246. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Enjoy a self-guided tour through one of the largest display gardens in Door County, encompassing over four acres. $5/ person. Call for more information.

Bloody Mary & Brunch Tour Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 10 a.m. Trolley guests will enjoy three unique stops for those popular Sunday morning cocktails, Bloody Mary’s & Mimosa’s. This tour also includes a traditional Sunday Brunch at the rustic Log Den restaurant. $57.95/adults. $52.95/children.

GALLERIES Opening Reception Woodwalk Gallery, 6746 Cty Rd G, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2912. 4:30-7 p.m. Featuring “From the Land” exhibit artists Anne Egan, Simon Levin, and Marjorie Mau. Music provided by MaryBeth Mattson and Seth Raditz. Light appetizers and beverages available.

THEATER “Outside Mullingar” Peninsula Players, 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3287. 7:30 p.m. By John Patrick Shanley, creator of Doubt and “Moonstruck.” The Wisconsin Premiere of a sweet and prickly love story featuring Anthony and Rosemary, 40-something next door neighbors in rural Ireland and homebodies, who are caught in their families land dispute. Shanley’s lyrical Irish romantic comedy tenderly reminds us that it’s never too late to take a chance on love. $36-$42/ticket.

LIVE MUSIC

Randi Faye The Garage at Husby’s, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 1-4 p.m. No cover. Two Souls Baileys Harbor Town Hall Lawn, 2392 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.2366. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Playing island and rock during the farmer’s market. Zach V Waterfront Mary’s Bar & Grill at Beach Harbor Resort, 3662 N Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.3191. 2-6 p.m. Live music.

Jeanne Kuhns MacReady Artisan Bread Company, 7828 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2233. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Progressive indie/ folk. Ben Larson Fred & Fuzzy’s Waterfront Bar & Grill, 360 Little Sister Rd, Sister Bay. 920.854.6699. 3-7 p.m. Live music. Lynn Gudmundsen & David Hatch Sister Bay Bowl, 504 N Bayshore Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2841. 6-9 p.m. Acoustic guitar, violin & vocals. Scotty Cash Kitty O’Reilly’s Irish Pub, 59 E Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.7441. 6 p.m. Country swamp grass. Tim Bell and the Alpiners Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-7:45 p.m.

Beaker Street Stone Harbor Restaurant & Pub, 107 N 1st St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.0700. 2-6 p.m. Live music.

Vinyl Night Benny D’z, 23 W Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.818.1110. 9 p.m. With Teflon.

Greatest Hits Polka Band Harbor Park Gazebo, Intersection of Milwaukee and Harrison Sts, Kewaunee. 920.388.4822. 5:30-8 p.m. Old time favorites. Bring your own cooler, picnic basket, and lawn chair. Free but donations appreciated.

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Jeanne Kuhns & Mark Raddatz Mojo Rosa’s, 7778 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3247. 8-11 p.m. Progressive indie/folk, country and bluegrass. Katie Dahl Door County Brewing Company, 2434 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.1515. 1-3 p.m. Original folk music. No cover. Mickey Grasso Simon Creek Vineyard & Winery, 5896 Bochek Rd, Carlsville. 920.746.9307. 1-5 p.m. A rock n’ roll music machine. Mike, Katrina & Mojo John Stadium Diner, 205 Navarino St, Algoma. 920.487.9788. 1-4 p.m. Live music on the deck.

INDOOR DCAL Meeting Bertschinger Center, 7860 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3334. 7 p.m. Featuring program speaker Sylvia Youell. Free and open to the public. Community Playgroup Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, 323 S 5th Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.559.0200. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Come to meet and have fun with other parents and young children. All families welcome. Pacemakers Training Run/ Walk Algoma High School, 1715 Division St, Algoma. 6:30 p.m. Enjoy some light stretching and warm-up before you embark on a walk/run with fellow community members looking to improve their health and meet their individual goals. No fee to join the group, come when you can.

TOURS

Lighthouse Tours Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 10 a.m. Our “Old Time” Trolley will pick you up and navigate you to Door County’s most treasured lighthouses. Experience these majestic landmarks, tucked away in the Peninsula’s hidden bays and coves. Top it off with a fabulous scenic lunch at Top Deck restaurant at Gordon Lodge. $64.95+tax/person.

GALLERIES Pottery Demonstrations TR Pottery, 4133 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.1024. 2-3 p.m. Join Tony and Renee for a wheel-throwing demonstration.

THEATER “No Bones About It” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 8 p.m. A “rib-tickling” new musical set in the world of competitive barbecue. $20/adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/ reserved seat.

LIVE MUSIC The Jayhawks Door Community Auditorium, 3924 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.2728. 8 p.m. Buoyant roots-rock. $32$58/ticket. Tradecraft Harborside Park, 9986 Water St (Hwy 42), Ephraim. 920.854.4989. 6-8 p.m. Folk-pop Americana singer-songwriter. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Rain Location: Ephraim Village Hall. Free. Cheryl Murphy White Gull Inn, 4225 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.3517. 5-8 p.m. Playing the harp during dinner. Peninsula Ukelele Club The Cookery Restaurant & Wine Bar, 4135 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.3634. 3-5 p.m. Come to enjoy some live music by this local club as they practice, along with the wine bar’s happy hour. Jeanne Kuhns MacReady Artisan Bread Company, 7828 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2233. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Progressive indie/ folk. Nick Steingart The Garage at Husby’s, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 7-10 p.m. Acoustic mix of everything you like. No cover. Tim Bell and the Alpiners Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-6:45 p.m. & 8:45 p.m.

TUE/AUG25 OUTDOOR

Blacksmith Demonstrations Heritage Village at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.421.2332. 1:30-3 p.m. Blacksmiths will demonstrate their skills. $5/adult. Free/child 17 & under. Farmers Market Lakeside Park, Hwy 57, Jacksonport. 920.823.2288. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Do your shopping locally with a wide variety of local farm products and hand crafts.

INDOOR Duplicate Contract Bridge Stella Maris Church - Egg Harbor, 7710 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1954 or 920.868.6113. 12 p.m. A tournament style duplicate contract bridge. Operated by ACBL-sanctioned Certified Director and Life Master Barbara Piester; eligible players receive masterpoints. Solo players should contact the director to arrange for a partner. $8/player. Genealogical Research Assistance Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Library, 2323 Mill Rd, Sister Bay. 920.854.2721. 1-4 p.m. The Northern Door Genealogical Society representatives will help patrons do genealogical research. Just stop in. Loaves and Fishes Community Meal St. Rosalia’s Church, 2410 S Bay Shore Dr (Hwy 42), Sister Bay. 920.854.4612. 5-6:30 p.m. Non-denominational. No cost.

TOURS Lighthouse Tours Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 10 a.m. Our “Old Time” Trolley will pick you up and navigate you to Door County’s most treasured lighthouses. Experience these majestic landmarks, tucked away in the Peninsula’s hidden bays and coves. Top it off with a fabulous scenic lunch at Top Deck restaurant at Gordon Lodge. $64.95+tax/person. “A House in Mourning” Alexander Noble House, 4167 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The house is respectfully prepared and coffin, flowers and apparel have been set. Come and see what a true Victorian funeral setting is like. $5/ adult. $2/child. Classic Beer Trolley Tour Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 1 p.m. This is an exclusive Door County Beer Tour, showcasing the local flavor, history and craft beer culture of this beautiful Wisconsin peninsula. Experience the quaintness of a handcrafted small batch Brewery, a legendary peninsula Microbrewery and a

“beer lovers” local bar & eatery that has over 100 craft beer selections. Must be 21 years or older to attend. Valid I.D. is required and will be checked. $55+tax/person.

Classic Tram Tour Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Learn Ephraim’s history from the comfort and style of our electric tram. The tram is limited to 7 passengers and pre-registration is recommended. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/ student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 and EHF members. Haunted Trolley Pub Crawl Door County Trolley - Carrington Pub at the Landmark Resort, 7643 Hillside Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 7 p.m. Enjoy the “spirits” of Door County. Historic Walking Tours of Fish Creek Old Gibraltar Town Hall, 4176 Maple St, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Historic Docent led Walking Tours. Meet at Fish Creek Old Town Hall to walk the streets of Fish Creek and hear the history behind turn of the century buildings. Follow up with a tour and Alexander Noble House Museum, 4167 Main Street. Free. Moravian Heritage Tram Tour Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 1:30-3 p.m. Learn about the heritage of the Moravian faith on this unique tour. The tour includes stops at the Ephraim Moravian Church, the Iverson House, and the Ephraim Moravian Cemetery. The tram is limited to 7 passengers and preregistration is recommended. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. $8/adult. $5/ student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 & EHF members. Walking Tour of Ephraim Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the village of Ephraim with our knowledgeable guides. You will hear the story of Ephraim, beginning with its settlement in 1853 to present day. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 & EHF members.


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Studio Demonstrations Ellison Bay Pottery, 12156 Garret Bay Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.854.5049. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Live pottery demonstrations.

THEATER “Strings Attached” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 8 p.m. A comic tale of mistaken identity set in a Northern Wisconsin lodge. $20/adult. $10/ teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/reserved seat. “Outside Mullingar” Peninsula Players, 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3287. 8 p.m. By John Patrick Shanley, creator of Doubt and “Moonstruck.” The Wisconsin Premiere of a sweet and prickly love story featuring Anthony and Rosemary, 40-something next door neighbors in rural Ireland and homebodies, who are caught in their families land dispute. Shanley’s lyrical Irish romantic comedy tenderly reminds us that it’s never too late to take a chance on love. $36-$42/ticket.

LIVE MUSIC The Nicks Fred & Fuzzy’s Waterfront Bar & Grill, 360 Little Sister Rd, Sister Bay. 920.854.6699. 7-10 p.m. A guitar and mandolin duo performing an eclectic mix of music. Katie Dahl White Gull Inn, 4225 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.3517. 5-8 p.m. Playing original folk music during dinner. Lynn Gudmundsen & David Hatch Gibraltar Grill, 3993 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.4745. 7:30-10 p.m. Acoustic guitar, violin & vocals. Marybeth Mattson Lakeside Park, Hwy 57, Jacksonport. 920.823.2288. 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Playing acoustic folk/rock during the farmers market. Open Mic Waterfront Mary’s Bar & Grill at Beach Harbor Resort, 3662 N Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.3191. 10 p.m. WIth Zach V. 21 and older only. No cover. Jeanne Kuhns MacReady Artisan Bread Company, 7828 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2233. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Progressive indie/ folk. Tim Bell and the Alpiners Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-7:45 p.m.

WED/AUG26 OUTDOOR Activities at the Heritage Village Heritage Village at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.421.2332. 1:30 & 2:30 p.m. Ms. Wilkie will host multi-generational program and village tours. $5/adult. Free/ child 17 & under. Farmers Market Country Walk Shops, 508 Country Walk Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2812. 3:30 p.m. Featuring homegrown/ handcrafted goods from Door County and Wisconsin.

Farmers Market Settlement Shops, 9106 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.4135. 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Fresh locally grown produce, plants, flowers, homemade breads, delicious jams, salsa and canned goods along with homemade arts & crafts.

INDOOR Mah Jong Group Door County YMCA - Sturgeon Bay Program Center, 1900 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.4949. 1-3 p.m. Experience a touch of ancient Chinese culture and meet new people. Veteran and beginner players are welcome to bring their own set or use the Y’s. Free to members and nonmembers. Mah Jong Group Door County YMCA - Northern Door Program Center, 3866 Gibraltar Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3660. 1-3 p.m. Experience a touch of ancient Chinese culture and meet new people. Veteran and beginner players are welcome to bring their own set or use the Y’s. Free to members and nonmembers. Tetragon 2 Club Sturgeon Bay Library, 107 S 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.6578. 7-8 p.m. Come and play.

TOURS Lighthouse Tours Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 10 a.m. Our “Old Time” Trolley will pick you up and navigate you to Door County’s most treasured lighthouses. Experience these majestic landmarks, tucked away in the Peninsula’s hidden bays and coves. Top it off with a fabulous scenic lunch at Top Deck restaurant at Gordon Lodge. $64.95+tax/person. Classic Tram Tour Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Learn Ephraim’s history from the comfort and style of our electric tram. The tram is limited to 7 passengers and pre-registration is recommended. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the

Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/ student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 and EHF members.

Walking Tour of Ephraim Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the village of Ephraim with our knowledgeable guides. You will hear the story of Ephraim, beginning with its settlement in 1853 to present day. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 & EHF members. Kangaroo Lake Guided Eco Tour Ridges Sanctuary - Lakeshore Adventures, 8133 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor. 920.493.3474. 1 p.m. An unforgettable lesson in biodiversity led by a Ridges naturalist. 3-4 hour paddle tour. Lakeside Shipwreck Tours Door County Adventure Rafting Bues Point Bay Boat Ramp, 8450 Bues Point Road, Baileys Harbor. 920.559.6106. This tour takes you past Cana Island Lighthouse and to the the North Bay Shipwrecks. $45/adults. $29/kids under 13. $105/hour for the whole boat. Call for details. “A House in Mourning” Alexander Noble House, 4167 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The house is respectfully prepared and coffin, flowers and apparel have been set. Come and see what a true Victorian funeral setting is like. $5/ adult. $2/child.

GALLERIES Scrimshaw Demonstrations Scrimshanders, 10353 N Water St, Ephraim. 920.854.5407. 2-4 p.m. Resident Scrimshander Gary Kiracofe invites guests to stop in and experience the creation of an American folk art “two hundred years behind the times.” Located in the Shops and Gardens of Green Gables.

THEATER “Sylvia” Third Avenue Playhouse, 239 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1760. 7:30 p.m. Sylvia, a street-smart lab/poodle mix, becomes a bone of contention between Greg and Kate testing their marriage to hilarious and touching effect. Pay what you can preview.

“No Bones About It” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 8:30 p.m. A “rib-tickling” new musical set in the world of competitive barbecue. $20/adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/reserved seat.

“Outside Mullingar” Peninsula Players, 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3287. 8 p.m. By John Patrick Shanley, creator of Doubt and “Moonstruck.” The Wisconsin Premiere of a sweet and prickly love story featuring Anthony and Rosemary, 40-something next door neighbors in rural Ireland and homebodies, who are caught in their families land dispute. Shanley’s lyrical Irish romantic comedy tenderly reminds us that it’s never too late to take a chance on love. $36-$42/ticket.

Jeanne Kuhns MacReady Artisan Bread Company, 7828 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2233. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Progressive indie/ folk.

Tim Bell and the Alpiners Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-6:45 p.m. & 8:45 p.m.

THU/AUG27 OUTDOOR Upland Hike Ridges Sanctuary - Cook-Albert Fuller Center, 8166 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.2802. 10 a.m. Explore the newest addition to The Ridges’ campus. $5/Ridges members. $8/general public. Free/children under 18. Meet at the Cook-Fuller Center.

“When Butter Churns to Gold” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 6 p.m. A “dash of dastardly drama and delights” to the stage. $20/ adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/reserved seat.

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LIVE MUSIC

Read to a Therapy Dog Sturgeon Bay Library, 107 S 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.7119. 4-5 p.m. Our canine friends Barley, Mocha and Igloo are the greatest of listeners. Kids, come read out loud to one of the dogs. Contact Beth for more information.

Hunga Dunga Trio The Garage at Husby’s, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 7:30-10:30 p.m. Two guitars and a pickle bucket. No cover. Let Me Be Frank Martin Park, 207 S 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.2912. 7-9 p.m. Tribute to the 60’s. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Food and refreshments available. Please no carry ins. Free. Mark Raddatz Baileys Harbor Cornerstone Pub & Restaurant, 8123 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.9001. 3-5 p.m. Live music. The Nicks Gibraltar Grill, 3993 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.4745. 7:30-10 p.m. A guitar and mandolin duo performing an eclectic mix of music. EDM Night Benny D’z, 23 W Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.818.1110. 9:30 p.m. Hosted by Scudder. Katie Dahl The Cookery Restaurant & Wine Bar, 4135 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.3634. 8-10 p.m. Original folk music. No cover. Musicians Loco 333 Butch’s Bar, 112 S 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.3845. 8 p.m. Local musicians band together to strike a chord. Open Mic Red’s Pub N Grill, N6318 Hwy 42, Algoma. 920.487.5431. 7 p.m. Live music.

Parents, Teens, & Money Matters Glas Coffee House, 67 E Maple St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.495.6825. 6-7 p.m. Free workshop for parents and teens ages 1114. Presented by Jacqueline Szczepanski.

Rotary Club of Sturgeon Bay Meeting Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club, 600 Nautical Dr, Sturgeon Bay. 12 p.m. Lunch. 12:20-1:15 p.m. Program. Visiting Rotarians welcome. Sheepshead Door County YMCA - Northern Door Program Center, 3866 Gibraltar Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3660. 1-3 p.m. Come enjoy a game or two. Free for everyone. Fall Harvest Celebration Kewaunee County Food Pantry, 1528 Sunset Ave, Algoma. 920.487.3663. Rummage, bake sale, silent auctions, raffles, tour the pantry and community gardens. Visit www.kcfpantry.org for more information. Trillium Quilt Guild Meeting Sister Bay Fire Station, 2258 Mill Rd, Sister Bay. 920.854.4021. 10 a.m. Dedicated to promoting interest in all areas of quilting. Guests are welcome. Women in Business Meeting Throughout Door County. 920.493.4500. Presentation topics range from tax and financial information to caring

for your elderly loved one. Great networking and support group for those living and working in Door County. Monthly fees are $1 to cover the cost of refreshments. For more information call or email cindy@cindykoutnik.com.

TOURS Lighthouse Tours Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 10 a.m. Our “Old Time” Trolley will pick you up and navigate you to Door County’s most treasured lighthouses. Experience these majestic landmarks, tucked away in the Peninsula’s hidden bays and coves. Top it off with a fabulous scenic lunch at Top Deck restaurant at Gordon Lodge. $64.95+tax/person. Classic Tram Tour Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Learn Ephraim’s history from the comfort and style of our electric tram. The tram is limited to 7 passengers and pre-registration is recommended. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/ student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 and EHF members. Historic Walking Tours of Fish Creek Old Gibraltar Town Hall, 4176 Maple St, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Historic Docent led Walking Tours. Meet at Fish Creek Old Town Hall to walk the streets of Fish Creek and hear the history behind turn of the century buildings. Follow up with a tour and Alexander Noble House Museum, 4167 Main Street. Free. Walking Tour of Ephraim Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the village of Ephraim with our knowledgeable guides. You will hear the story of Ephraim, beginning with its settlement in 1853 to present day. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 & EHF members. “A House in Mourning” Alexander Noble House, 4167 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The house is respectfully prepared and coffin, flowers and apparel have been set. Come and see what a true Victorian funeral setting is like. $5/ adult. $2/child.


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Death’s Door Tours Door County Adventure Rafting - Ellison Bay Boat Ramp, 12033 Cedar Shore Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.559.6106. This tour takes you around the bluffs of Death’s Door to the lighthouses on Plum and Pilot Island with views of the old Coast Guard Station on Plum Island. $45/adults. $29/kids under 13. $105/hour for the whole boat. Call for details.

Garden Tour Briggsville Gardens, 3273 Mathey Rd, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1246. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Enjoy a self-guided tour through one of the largest display gardens in Door County, encompassing over four acres. $5/ person. Call for more information. The Historic Iverson House and Moravian Church Walking Tour Ephraim Moravian Church, 9970 Moravia St, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 1:30-3 p.m. This tour includes an in-depth look at the Moravian faith and how it contributed to the creation of Ephraim. The tour includes guided tours of the Ephraim Moravian Church and the Iverson House. This tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Ephraim Moravian Church at 9970 Moravia Street. $5/person. Free/EHF members.

GALLERIES Opening Reception Juddville Clay Studio Gallery, 920.868.2021. 7-9 p.m. Featuring “Night Moves/ New Work”. Ice cream sundaes will be served. Viewers are also invited to create their own “Night Moves” using sparklers. The later reception time is to allow for better viewing of the interactive light dances. Studio Demonstrations Ellison Bay Pottery, 12156 Garret Bay Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.854.5049. 1-3 p.m. Live pottery demonstrations.

THEATER

“Outside Mullingar” Peninsula Players, 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3287. 8 p.m. By John Patrick Shanley, creator of Doubt and “Moonstruck.” The Wisconsin Premiere of a sweet and prickly love story featuring Anthony and Rosemary, 40-something next door neighbors in rural Ireland and homebodies, who are caught in their families land dispute. Shanley’s lyrical Irish romantic comedy tenderly reminds us that it’s never too late to take a chance on love. $36-$42/ticket. “When Butter Churns to Gold” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 8 p.m. A “dash of dastardly drama and delights” to the stage. $20/ adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/reserved seat. “Sylvia” Third Avenue Playhouse, 239 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1760. 7:30 p.m. Sylvia, a street-smart lab/poodle mix, becomes a bone of contention between Greg and Kate testing their marriage to hilarious and touching effect.

LIVE MUSIC Big Mouth Trio Gibraltar Grill, 3993 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.4745. 7:30 p.m. Join these peninsula favorites for a rockin’ good time. Julian Hagen The Cookery Restaurant & Wine Bar, 4135 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.3634. 8-10 p.m. An eclectic mix of bluegrass and folk music. No cover.

The Hollands Harborview Park, 7809 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3717. 5-7 p.m. Americana/folk revival. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Free. Cheryl Murphy White Gull Inn, 4225 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.3517. 5-8 p.m. Playing the harp during dinner. Karaoke Mojo Rosa’s, 7778 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3247. 9 p.m. Hosted by Hope Reyes. Open Mic Schopf’s Dairy View Country Store, 5169 Cty I, Carlsville. 920.743.9779. 6-8 p.m. For all ages. WRiTERS NiGHT Holiday Music Motel, 30 N 1st Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.5571. 7 p.m. Songsters, jokesters, and poets unite at this open mic for original work. Spectators and performers welcome. Complimentary coffee and snacks, beer and malt beverages for sale. No cover. Jeanne Kuhns MacReady Artisan Bread Company, 7828 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2233. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Progressive indie/ folk. Tim Bell and the Alpiners Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-7:45 p.m.

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THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS:

Arbor Crowne Properties, Bay Breeze Resort, Baylake Bank, Beach People, Door County Advocate and Door County Magazine, D.C. Specialty Foods, Ephraim Shores Resort & Restaurant, Fish Creek BP & Car Wash, High Point Inn, Summer Kitchen, Village Green Lodge, Water Street Gallery, Waterbury Inn, Wilson’s Restaurant & Ice Cream Parlor

For a complete concert schedule, please visit www.ephraim-doorcounty.com

OUTDOOR Aquatic Plant ID Field Trip Ridges Sanctuary - Cook-Albert Fuller Center, 8166 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.2802. 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Josh Sulman will lead a hike through the wetland areas of The Ridges to identify late-flowering wetland plants and rare aquatics not seen from the trails or boardwalks. Portions of this hike may be wet, participants should plan clothing and footwear accordingly. Meet at the Cook-Fuller Center. $30/ Ridges members. $40/general public. Movie in the Park Martin Park, 207 S 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.2912. 8:30 p.m. “Up” will be shown. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Free. Monarch Program Ridges Sanctuary - Cook-Albert Fuller Center, 8166 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.2802. 1 p.m. Learn a brief overview about the Monarch’s life cycle and the species’ fall migration. Accompany a naturalist into the field to capture and tag as many Monarchs as possible to assist in tracking their fall migration routes. Meet at the Cook-Fuller Center. $10/Ridges members. $13/general public. $5/children under 18.

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Breakfast & Lunch Espresso Bar Bakery Open Mon. - Sat. at 7am; Sun. at 8am 2398 Country Walk Dr. • Lower Level • Sister Bay (920) 421-3971 • www.chefklaud.com

Mickey Grasso Kitty O’Reilly’s Irish Pub, 59 E Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.7441. 6 p.m. Classic or contemporary rock, easy listening 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and country. Terry Murphy with Last Man Standing The Garage at Husby’s, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 7:30-10:30 p.m. Bluegrass. No cover.

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Vegetarian & Vegans’ Potluck Base Camp Coffee Bar, 10904 Hwy 42, Sister Bay. 920.421.4644. 6-8 p.m. Bring a vegetarian or vegan dish to share with your name and recipe on a card. Don’t forget your own plates and cutlery. Coffee, beer & wine available for purchase. RSVP appreciated, email tornowherb@hotmail.com. Duplicate Contract Bridge Stella Maris Church - Egg Harbor, 7710 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1954 or 920.868.6113. 9 a.m. A tournament style duplicate contract bridge. Operated by ACBL-sanctioned Certified Director and Life Master Barbara Piester; eligible players receive masterpoints. Solo players should contact the director to arrange for a partner. $8/player. Fall Harvest Celebration Kewaunee County Food Pantry, 1528 Sunset Ave, Algoma. 920.487.3663. Rummage, bake sale, silent auctions, raffles, tour the pantry and community gardens. Visit www.kcfpantry.org for more information.

TOURS Lighthouse Tours Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 10 a.m. Our “Old Time” Trolley will pick you up and navigate you to Door County’s most treasured lighthouses. Experience these majestic landmarks, tucked away in the Peninsula’s hidden bays and coves. Top it off with a fabulous scenic lunch at Top Deck restaurant at Gordon Lodge. $64.95+tax/person. Classic Beer Trolley Tour Door County Trolley Station, 8030 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 1 p.m. This is an exclusive Door County Beer Tour, showcasing the local flavor, history and craft

6 Course Seasonal Chef’s Tasting $65 per person not including beverages Call Chives to book your table today!

8041 Hwy. 57 • Baileys Harbor, WI

beer culture of this beautiful Wisconsin peninsula. Experience the quaintness of a handcrafted small batch Brewery, a legendary peninsula Microbrewery and a “beer lovers” local bar & eatery that has over 100 craft beer selections. Must be 21 years or older to attend. Valid I.D. is required and will be checked. $55+tax/person.

Classic Tram Tour Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Learn Ephraim’s history from the comfort and style of our electric tram. The tram is limited to 7 passengers and pre-registration is recommended. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/ student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 and EHF members. Haunted Trolley Pub Crawl Door County Trolley - Carrington Pub at the Landmark Resort, 7643 Hillside Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.1100. 7 p.m. Enjoy the “spirits” of Door County. Walking Tour of Ephraim Ephraim Historical Foundation & Museums, 3060 Anderson Ln, Ephraim. 920.854.9688. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the village of Ephraim with our knowledgeable guides. You will hear the story of Ephraim, beginning with its settlement in 1853 to present day. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets include General Admission to the EHF Museums. $8/adult. $5/student age 6-18. Free/child under 6 & EHF members.

“A House in Mourning” Alexander Noble House, 4167 Hwy 42, Fish Creek. 920.868.2091. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The house is respectfully prepared and coffin, flowers and apparel have been set. Come and see what a true Victorian funeral setting is like. $5/ adult. $2/child.

Death’s Door Tours Door County Adventure Rafting - Ellison Bay Boat Ramp, 12033 Cedar Shore Rd, Ellison Bay. 920.559.6106. This tour takes you around the bluffs of Death’s Door to the lighthouses on Plum and Pilot Island with views of the old Coast Guard Station on Plum Island. $45/adults. $29/kids under 13. $105/hour for the whole boat. Call for details. Garden Tour Briggsville Gardens, 3273 Mathey Rd, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1246. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Enjoy a self-guided tour through one of the largest display gardens in Door County, encompassing over four acres. $5/ person. Call for more information. Glow Stick Zip Line Tour Egg Harbor Fun Park, 7340 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.9417. Zipline the night sky with glow sticks! Experience the thrill of a guided zipline tour at night!! 5 Zipline course, plus a climbing wall and Tandem Zipline Racer. $45/Person. Hands free ziplining, Great first experience.

THEATER “No Bones About It” Northern Sky Theater, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920.854.6117. 8 p.m. A “rib-tickling” new musical set in the world of competitive barbecue. $20/adult. $10/teen. $6/child 12 & under. $7 more/ reserved seat.

“Outside Mullingar” Peninsula Players, 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. 920.868.3287. 8 p.m. By John Patrick Shanley, creator of Doubt and “Moonstruck.” The Wisconsin Premiere of a sweet and prickly love story featuring Anthony and Rosemary, 40-something next door neighbors in rural Ireland and homebodies, who are caught in their families land dispute. Shanley’s lyrical Irish romantic comedy tenderly reminds us that it’s never too late to take a chance on love. $36-$42/ticket.

“Sylvia” Third Avenue Playhouse, 239 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.1760. 7:30 p.m. Sylvia, a street-smart lab/poodle mix, becomes a bone of contention between Greg and Kate testing their marriage to hilarious and touching effect.

PERFORMANCE “Enchantment Parisienne” Midsummer’s Music Festival Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, 10341 Hwy 42, Ephraim. 920.854.7088. 7:30 p.m. Classical music by world-class musicians. Suite in the Ancient Style, Op. 127/1 for flute, violin, viola and piano - Melanie Bonis; Quartet in A Minor, Opus 67 for violin, viola, cello and piano Joaquin Turina; Quartet in B-flat, Opus 41 for violin, viola, cello and piano - Camille St. Saens. $30/ person.

LIVE MUSIC Bob Bero Waterfront Mary’s Bar & Grill at Beach Harbor Resort, 3662 N Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.3191. 2-6 p.m. Covers on 6 and 12 strings; playing oldies from the ‘60s and ‘70s.

Dinner Service 4pm Wednesday through Monday Closed Tuesday

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Dirty Deuce The Garage at Husby’s, 400 Maple Dr, Sister Bay. 920.854.2624. 7:30-10:30 p.m. The musical mathematicians of rock and roll. No cover. Double Dubbs Door County Brewing Company, 2434 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.1515. 7-9 p.m. Roots rock, blues, and American folk music. Krista Detor Woodwalk Gallery, 6746 Cty Rd G, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2912. 7 p.m. International touring musician, Detor’s writing and performances heightens all the senses, creating a world that is surreal. Her piano playing and rich, gorgeous vocals are mesmerizing. Beer and snacks available for purchase. BYO wine. $20/person, cash or check at the door. Pete Thelen & Friends Baileys Harbor Town Hall Lawn, 2392 Cty F, Baileys Harbor. 920.839.2366. 5-7 p.m. Rock & roll blues. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Free.

The Cougars Stone Harbor Restaurant & Pub, 107 N 1st St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.746.0700. 8:30 p.m. Classic rock.

The King of Diamonds Gibraltar Grill, 3993 Main St, Fish Creek. 920.868.4745. 7:30 p.m. Live music. Whiskey Sours Waterfront Mary’s Bar & Grill at Beach Harbor Resort, 3662 N Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.3191. 10 p.m. Live music.

Karaoke and D.J. Mix Benny D’z, 23 W Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.818.1110. 9:30 p.m. With Hope Reyes.

Jeanne Kuhns MacReady Artisan Bread Company, 7828 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. 920.868.2233. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Progressive indie/ folk.

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Tim Bell and the Alpiners Hof Restaurant at the Alpine Resort, 7715 Alpine Rd, Egg Harbor. 920.868.3000. 6:30-6:45 p.m. & 8:45 p.m.

Wild Irish Gerry Kitty O’Reilly’s Irish Pub, 59 E Oak St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.743.7441. 7 p.m. Blend of Celtic favorites, both traditional and contemporary. Acoustic Song Circle Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Coffee House, 1756 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay. 920.421.1327. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. For more information call or go to “Door County Acoustic Song Circles & Jams” on Facebook.

STONE’S THROW WINERY 3382 County Road ‘E’ (not EE) Intersection of A & E 920.839.9660 Open 10:00-5:00 Daily www.stonesthrowwinery.com

Fresh Off the Grill A perfect setting to sample the delightful menu created by Chef Fred Menger. The Carrington Pub & Grill offers tasty salads, appetizers, sandwiches, steaks, fish, pasta, pizza and American classics. Located on the north end of the Landmark Resort property. Hours: Open daily ... serving from 11am - 9pm. Lounge open later.

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Casual Fine Dining in a Beautifully Remodeled 100 Year-Old Church

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“Half the Fun is Getting There!” featuring Grammy Winning Blues Artist

Scenic 75-Minute Narrated Tours

Overlooking Scenic Bluffs with Great Island Vistas. Adults $14.95 / Kids $9.95 2-12yrs. Daily Tours. Tours Depart from Door County Trolley Station (1 mile north of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42) 3-4 tours daily.

Lighthouse Trolley Tours

Tour 4 Majestic Lighthouses. Waterfront Scenic Lunch. Cost $64.95. Monday through Friday. Departs from Door County Trolley Station (1 mile north of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42) at 10am.

Ghost Tours: Nightly

with Mike Morrison and Steve Bass

• “Ghost Tours of Door County”

Step aboard the “trolley of the doomed” as we share tales of ghostly sunken ships, haunted lighthouses and mysterious happenings on the darker side of this spirited peninsula. Departs at 7pm from Door County Trolley Station (1 mile north of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42. $25.95 Adults/ Kids $18.95.

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• “Haunted Trolley Pub Crawl” Tuesday, Friday & Saturday Evenings Enjoy the “intoxicating” tales of four of the peninsula’s haunted pubs & taverns. Must be 21 years old. Departs at Carrington Pub & Grill at 7pm. $39 Adults.

Door County’s Own

Mighty Mouth and Dirty Deuce

Premier Wine Tour of Door County: Mon. thru Sat. Get the VIP tour of the peninsula’s 4 “Boutique” wineries. Includes gourmet lunch. $64.95 Adults. Tours depart from Door County Trolley Station (1 mile north of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42) at 10am.

Saturday, Aug. 29 ۰ 3 - 9 pm

Ellison Bay Community Park

Bloody Mary & Brunch Tour

(Sundays only) Enjoy 3 unique stops for Bloody Mary’s & Sunday Brunch. A Wisconsin traditional Sunday Tour! Bring your spouse or gather a group together for a great end to your week...Departs from Door County Trolley Station (1 mile north of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42) at 10am. Cost $57.95.

Free will donation to benefit Door County Secret Santa, Inc. Give the gift of warmth to struggling Door County families.

“Classic Beer Trolley Tour” Tuesday & Friday’s

This Free Concert Is Sponsored By: The Yacht Club of Sister Bay ∙ Brew Coffeehouse ∙ True North Real Estate Ellison Bay Service Club ∙ Mink River Basin ∙ Wickman House Island Orchard Cider ∙ Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant & Butik Shoreline Restaurant ∙ Colleen’s Heritage Bakery ∙ Door County North Door County Brewing Co. ∙ Bayview Resort & Harbor ∙ Thrivent Financial

920-868-1100

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This is an exclusive Door County Beer Tour, showcasing the local flavor, history and craft beer culture of this beautiful Wisconsin peninsula. Tours depart from Door County Trolley Station (1 mile north of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42) at 1pm. Cost $55 Adults.