Peninsula Music Festival “PlayOn” Initiative Reaches Fundraising Goal

Back on May 13th, the Peninsula Music Festival launched their “Play-On” initiative fund. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought continuing uncertainty, endless postponements, season cancellations, and a shutdown of supplemental sources of artistic income. The “Play-On” fund was started to help the musicians of the Festival orchestra with a stipend to help support their essential needs such as food, rent/mortgage, utilities, medical expenses, phone bills, and … Continue reading

Donna Theater Seats Available

With the current renovation of the the Third Avenue Playhouse in Sturgeon Bay, they are clearing out some theater seats from the old Donna Theater. They are now offering these seats for free to the public, and they are going fast. If you are interested in some of these old seats you can send an email to Jon Ginnow. His email address is “jon@thirdavenueplayhouse.com”. Pickup … Continue reading

Boys & Girls Club 11th Annual Celebrity Golf Outing Canceled

The Boys & Girls Club of Door County Board of Directors have made the decision to cancel their 11th Annual Celebrity Golf Outing, which was scheduled to take place August 11th at the Horseshoe Bay Golf Club. After many consultations with public health professionals, participants, and sponsors over the last few weeks, it was when Door County Public Health recently raised the COVID-19 case indicator … Continue reading

DC Public Health Issues Emergency Advisory

Door County Public Health has announced that effective Friday July 24th they are issuing an emergency advisory which stipulates that everyone 5 years and older wear a face covering or mask when in public. It says people should properly wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth at all times when in public spaces. This includes businesses of any kind, retail, grocery, restaurants, … Continue reading

FLW Fishing Event Coming to Sturgeon Bay

Last week the MLF Pro Fishing event finished up in the Sturgeon Bay Area, this location being a result of a change of plans from the original location. Destination Sturgeon Bay’s Executive Director Pam Seiler says the anglers and the organization were very happy with their choice of location….. Now another pro fishing event has moved their planned location to Sturgeon Bay, again due to … Continue reading

Hunter Education in Sturgeon Bay

Last week we heard from local DNR Conservation Warden Chris Kratcha about upcoming options for hunter safety courses. Now Kratcha has informed us that there will be an opportunity for two different sessions to fulfill the field day requirement, both on Saturday August 1st. First, a student must register with a certified internet field-day instructor and then complete the online training before attending the field … Continue reading

Miller Art Museum 46th Annual Salon of DC Art & Award Winners

Sturgeon Bay’s Miller Art Museum is celebrating its 46th year of showcasing artwork from peninsula youth in their annual “Salon of Door County High School Art”. This year’s exhibit was scheduled to open in may but was canceled due to COVID-19 and presented online as a safer option. Viewers can now experience the exhibit virtually and see nearly 200 works by 103 Door County students … Continue reading