DOOR COUNTY NEWSWIRE
Spring Events at The DöRR
Sister Bay, Wis. (March 23, 2023) – It doesn’t feel like spring today in Door County, but it will soon enough! The DöRR has put together some great events in the month of April. There is a little something for everyone. […]Read More
Door County Community Foundation Grants Awarded to Big Brothers Big Sisters, Door County Maritime Museum
Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (March 23, 2023) – Door County Community Foundation recently awarded Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin from their Children and Youth Fund for the Door County Youth Mentoring Program. Mental health problems in children and adolescents […]Read More
19th Annual Sister Bay Rummage Sale
Sister Bay, Wis. (March 22, 2023) – Say goodbye to winter and hello to spring cleaning! It’s time to sell your stuff at the 19th Annual Sister Bay Rummage Sale. The Rummage Sale will take place on Saturday, May 20. […]Read More
Maritime Speaker Series: Captain Dan Seavey – A Pirate Behaving Badly on the Great Lakes
Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (March 22, 2023) – The next presentation of the Door County Medical Center Maritime Speaker Series will be held both in person and online on Thursday, April 6 at 7pm, featuring “Captain Dan Seavey: A Pirate Behaving Badly on the Great […]Read More
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Casting Change in Northern Sky Board: A Legacy of Leadership
On April 1, our longtime beloved board member Cyndy Stiehl will step down from the board after 26 years of service. We hope you enjoy these thoughts about Cyndy’s incredible legacy. As Cyndy Stiehl prepares for the curtain to close […]Read More
My Double Life, Memoirs of a Naturalist
By Coggin Heeringa, Interpretive Naturalist, Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. To commemorate Women’s History Month, Crossroads at Big Creek’s Book Club has selected the book, “My Double Life, Memoirs of a Naturalist,” by Frances Hamerstrom. Fran Hamerstrom was among the […]Read More
How Cranes Became a Symbol of Hope and Healing
Sadako Sasaki was a young girl living in Hiroshima in 1945 when the atomic bomb was dropped there. Sadako was merely one-year-old at that time. Ten years later, in 1955, she was diagnosed with Leukemia caused by the bombing. Agonized […]Read More
Daylight Savings Time
By Coggin Heeringa, Interpretive Naturalist, Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. This is the week we return to Daylight Saving Time, and “losing an hour” makes us more aware of photoperiod—the hours each day that a plant or animal receives light. […]Read More