Calling all coasties, mariners and lovers of all things water- sail down to Maritime on Madison, Saturday, August 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Enjoy a full day of family-friendly fun on the waterfront, Madison Avenue located on the West Side of Sturgeon Bay. Tons of activities, shopping, food and drinks, and live entertainment will be at the event.
Dance, sing, and request songs to the N.E.W. Piano Guys as they entertain the crowd with their Dueling Pianos act. As you listen to the music, grab some beverages and a snack and take in the maritime sounds of Sturgeon Bay. The N.E.W. Piano Guys will be taking the stage in front of The Greystone Castle from noon until 4 p.m. Delicious food and drink options will available including brats, ribeye sandwiches, deep fried cheese curds, quesadillas, gyros, lemonade, cold beer, soda and water.
Bring the lads and lasses for plenty of games and art projects. Paint your very own 16” wooden sturgeon at the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center information tent and take it home. Make a maritime masterpiece on the monster mural. Don’t forget to shop up and down Madison Avenue and buy yourself something special with the exclusive in-store sales at the unique, local shops and boutiques. Artists and crafters will be selling their wares along the street as well. Larch Street to Maple Street on Madison Avenue will be closed to traffic to provide a safe event environment.
Thank you to our major sponsors: Bank of Luxemburg, Cellcom, and Door County Medical Center for making this event possible. Another thank you to the West Side Business Association, AmericInn Lodge & Suites, Bridgeport Waterfront Resort, Kitty O’Reilly’s Irish Pub, Bay Shore Outfitters, Madison Avenue Market, and Cliff Dwellers for supporting the event as well.
All are welcome to Maritime on Madison on Saturday, August 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- there’s plenty to see and do! Admission is free. Please call or email the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center at (920) 743-6246 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Maritime on Madison or any Maritime Week festivities.