The Door County Maritime Museum (DCMM) will be participating in Museum Store Sunday (MSS) on Sunday, November 25, 2018. The Maritime Museum store will be offering 25% off storewide; in addition, the first 25 customers to make a purchase in the museum store will receive a free DCMM patch. All purchases from the museum store benefit the organization’s mission to preserve and protect Door County’s maritime history.
The Museum Store Association launched MSS to encourage patrons to shop conscientiously and support museum stores and their missions worldwide. Over 1,000 museum stores across the world will participate in this event to bring awareness to the unique merchandise available in these important local organizations. Holiday shoppers will not only be able to find quality gifts filled with inspiration and educational value but, through their purchases, will support museums and cultural institutions, enabling ongoing and future appreciation and knowledge. Proceeds from purchases at the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay go to support the mission and programming of the museum.
“What could be a better way to shop for holiday gifts?” said Door County Maritime Museum Executive Director, Kevin Osgood. “By shopping here on Museum Store Sunday, you will find unique Door County gifts while supporting the preservation of our community’s maritime history.”
Patrons of the DCMM will find a variety of gifts, maritime books, clothing, accessories, and children’s products that will delight the Door County nautical lover.
In addition to MSS, the DCMM will offer two additional sales over the weekend. On Black Friday, November 23, shoppers will find 25% off all books, including a large selection of maritime books and books by local Door County authors. On Small Business Saturday, November 24, all apparel will be 25% off. Visitors will find an array of branded clothing as well as maritime and Door County-inspired options.
The Door County Maritime Museum is located at 120 North Madison Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI and is open from 10 am – 5 pm daily. For more information visit www.DCMM.org or call (920)743-5958.