The Gibraltar Historical Association has been collecting unique local items for 2018’s Raffle Basket fundraiser. Whether you’re a resident, a visitor, or a ‘snow bird,’ this basket has something for everyone. Fun and adventurous, it’s a sit back and sip a glass of wine kind of wonderful. The cost is $2 for a chance to win a prize of $500, with all benefits going towards the preservation of Gibraltar’s Past. The winning ticket will be drawn in late October and ready to be sent or picked up immediately.
The contents include a gift certificate to What’s Next, a queso bowl and silver spoon from Lagniappe, a pottery mug from Fish Creek Basketry, the new book “Door County Living Pictures” by Heather and Luke Frykman of Frykman Gallery (from Peninsula Bookman), two gorgeous hand-painted wine glasses from Gage, Inc., a spa Mani & Pedi from A Cut Above, a gift certificate to Hat Head, a Door County Kayak Tour, a bottle of Olive Oil & Balsamic from The Oilerie, a Connie Glowacki watercolor painting (framed print), two tickets to Peninsula Players’ 2019 season, a bottle of wine from Lautenbach’s Orchard Country Winery and a Fish Creek Yesteryears DVD. There are several easy ways to purchase a ticket: Visit one of the upcoming GHA events, drop by the Noble House Museum, email: email@example.com, or call 920-868-2091.
It’s not too late to still catch a “A House in Mourning “at the Alexander Noble House Museum with Fall hours: Tuesday through Saturday. Our docents will guide you through the 1875 Greek Revival Farmhouse with authentic furnishings. Experience a Victorian-era funeral, including a antique pine coffin, a cooling table, a hair wreath and funeral plaques. Learn customs, etiquette and superstitions of the time. Also on display are a dozen vintage mourning gowns and so much more. It’s a display so interesting most visitors want to come back for a second glance.
Alexander Noble House Museum is also part of the DC Trolley Ghost Tours and this season has proven to be haunting with many sightings and unexplained happenings. Group tours are welcome, contact GHA at 920-868-2091 or firstname.lastname@example.org.