Thursday, December 31, 2009
What used to be the C&C Supper Club in Fish Creek is now Cooper's Corner! After many years of running the C&C, Al and Chris decided to sell, and the owners of Door Peninsula Winer and Shipwrecked purchases the property, did some remodeling, and it is now open as per below.
We will review the new place as soon as we can and let you know! In the meantime, here is some info from their latest email/press release:
Cooper's Corner is NOW OPEN
Cooper Corner restaurant and bar has opened for business at the site of the old C&C Club in downtown Fish Creek, WI.
Come visit the newly remodeled bar and restaurant for LUNCH or DINNER. Try our exciting new menu featuring upscale casual dining plus some old favorites. (Don't forget TACO MONDAY'S!) Open everyday until January 4th, then open Friday through Monday until the end of March. 920-868-COOP (2667).
Tell them DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you!
Saturday, December 19, 2009
The Birchwood Lodge in Sister Bay is offering a January special! Read our Review, then make a reservation and don't forget to tell them where you found them: on DoorCountyNavigator.com!
Winter Wonderland at the Birchwood Lodge
* Stay one night from Sunday till Thursday in one of our Premier Suites
and get the second night for free.
* In order to receive the special pricing it needs to be mentioned at the
time of making reservation, and tell them that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you!
* Special is available January 2010 only.
Monday, December 14, 2009
Newport Resort in Egg Harbor is offering DoorCountyNavigator.com users a special deal!
In addition to special off season rates as low as $99 per night on the weekends, and even lower mid-week, when you book your reservations between now and January 30th 2010, Newport Resort offers a winter warm up package where you will also get 2 Newport coffee mugs and door county hot chocolate - but you must mention Door County Navigator when booking a reservation now thru Jan 30th !!
Thursday, December 10, 2009
One of our favorite B&Bs, The Whistling Swan in Fish Creek, is offering a SUPER DoorCountyNavigator.com User special! Check this out and call them right now!
DoorCountyNavigator.com Users Special:
Stay two nights at the Whistling Swan B&B for $275 (for two people), and
o you will also receive one dinner each at the Whistling Swan Restaurant (on the main floor) - the dinners are food only.
o AND receive breakfast each morning for the two of you!
You MUST mention DoorCountyNavigator.com to receive this special offer!
Valid from December 10 2009 - April 30 2010!
Call right now for your reservation: 920-868-3442
Note: This is a great value, and DoorCountyNavigator.com loves this inn and their fine dining restaurant. Read our Whistling Swan Inn review and Whistling Swan Restaurant review!
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Save money at Little Sweden in Fish Creek! They are offering DoorCountyNavigator.com users a special deal! See below:
“Door County Navigator.com User Special Offer!”
For the month of December 2009 - January 31st 2010
For arrivals from December 9 2009 through January 31st, 2010, here is your deal!
-Bookable via website only
-Stay dates must be from December 9 2009 through January 31st, 2010.
-MUST BOOK BEFORE DECEMBER 31st! Booking available until 12/31/09.
-Discount is 40% off of Best Available Rate (Black Out Dates Dec. 23, 2009 – January 3rd, 2010)
-Reservation is Prepaid, Non-cancellable, Non-changeable, Nonrefundable upon receiving confirmation.
Here is the booking link: and remember, YOU MUST MENTION that you want the DoorCountyNavigator.com Special!
Click here for the booking link!
Have fun at Little Sweden Resort! We love this place! Read our Review! Work out all details directly with the inn via their website. Little Sweden and their agents are fully responsible for this promotion.
Monday, December 7, 2009
We will be sending our December 2009 issue (Issue # 24 !) out earlier than usual so you can enjoy the great info and shopping ideas in this issue. So instead of coming your way on December 15th, you will be receiving in on December 8th, via email!
So . . . if you have not yet signed up for our Navigator News(tm) newsltter, do so! We have thousands who love it and wait for it each month, so jump aboard and sign up now:Sign Up For Newsletter!
Read our review, and then head to their BLOG for info on these specials. Please help us out - and tell them that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you! Thanks so much!
Friday, December 4, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, DECEMBER 4, 2009
Media Contact: Dick Sandretti
Door Community Auditorium
414 852-4829 (cell)
Christmas at the Door Family Holiday Show
December 23 at Door Community Auditorium
Presenting some of the Peninsula’s most talented performing artists, Christmas at the Door features a delightful original musical variety show with entertainment for the entire family just in time for the holidays. The performance, on the Door Community Auditorium Mainstage, is Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 7 pm. All tickets are $10.
Theatre goers will sit in on a mock Door Community Auditorium Board of Directors meeting where the Board ponders various entertainment options for a holiday show, only to have those options come to life on stage.
Performances include original works, as well as songs of the season and a selection from Wind in the Willows, from Paul Sills’ Story Theatre.
Featured during the two hour show are names well known to Door County residents and visitors alike, as well as a few surprises.
Norb Blei reads an original work featuring Door County tales. Soprano Cynthia Stiehl is accompanied by Judy Jackson on the grand piano. pat mAcdonald, known for his work on Steel Bridge Fest, brings his unique style to the stage. Former Door County Idol winners Lilly Larsen, Devin Thomas and Matt Burress will be on hand.
Accomplished singer/musician/songwriter Katie Dahl teams with Julian Hagen in a special duet. Dahl returns to DCA on Saturday, January 30 at 7 pm as one of the stars of the annual Fireside Coffeehouse series. Lynn Gudmundsen, who opens the Coffeehouse series on Saturday, January 16 at 7 pm, accompanies the singing of the original composition “Christmas at the Door.”
Jeanne Kuhns, Door County Magazine’s Female Musician of the Year, performs and leads the audience in a traditional closing carol. Also joining in the fun are the Gibraltar Madrigal Singers and a group of Gibraltar elementary students in a selection from Wind in the Willows, directed by Rich Higdon. Higdon closes out the DCA Coffeehouse series with Michael Ammons on Saturday, March 27.
Performing the roles of the Auditorium Board are actual board members Kaaren Northrop, Larry Thoreson, Dick Burress, Bill Goldammer, Collin Dahl, Peter Diltz, David Eliot, Jill Herlache, Jill Lhost, and Gary Straub.
The show was written and directed by Thoreson; Kristy Nelson is the producer.
Tickets for Christmas at the Door are $10 and are available at the Door Community Auditorium box office, by phone (920 868-2728), or via the Web, www.dcauditorium.org. Door Community Auditorium is located in Fish Creek, just north of the town center on State Highway 42.
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We just received this press release from Egg Harbor. Great items, great cause!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CINNAMON WINDMILL IN EGG HARBOR SUPPORTS DOOR COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY THROUGH
SALES OF SHELTER MERCHANDISE.
The weekends of December 11-13 and 18-20, Cinnamon Windmill, located in the
Main Street Shops in downtown Egg Harbor will be supporting the Door County
Humane Society through sales of DCHS's leftover 2009 merchandise.
100% of the proceeds from the sale of this merchandise, which includes DCHS
merchandise apparel, hats, balls, leashes and mousepads goes right back to
"I do it for the animals, plain and simple," said Jan Luser, Owner of
Cinnamon Windmill. "Business owners don't always have the time for hands on
volunteer work. This is just one small way that I could help this very
Carrie Counihan, Director of the Door County Humane Society, is excited to
see the event come back again this year. "The shelter staff is so fortunate
to have the backing of the Door County business community. There are so
many fundraisers, such as this one at Cinnamon Windmill, that help offset
our operating costs and give year round exposure to our shelter. We are
very grateful for their support."
Cinnamon Windmill is located in the Main Street Shops in downtown Egg
Harbor. Jan Luser has operated her shop, which carries a variety of fun and
inspirational gifts, for the past 18 years. Winter hours are Friday,
Saturday & Sunday from 10am-4pm. For more information call
Check it out - great cause.
For Immediate Release – December 2, 2009
Contact: Carrie Counihan, Executive Director, DCHS 746.1111 x4
DOOR COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY OPEN HOUSE ON DEC. 12
Stockings are hung on each kennel door, and the Humane Society lobby
is brightly decorated around every cat cage. Preparations are
underway for the annual Door County Humane Society Open House, set for
Saturday, December 12 from noon to 4:00pm. All DCHS members and those
who are curious about the shelter are invited to see first-hand how
the homeless pets of Door County are cared for until reunited with
their families, or adopted into a devoted new home.
Lots of loving pets, good conversation, and light refreshments are
promised for those who attend the Open House at the DCHS facility
across from Cherryland Airport at 3475 Park Drive (County PD). This
is an informal and relaxed opportunity to visit the shelter and meet
the people who are dedicated to the abandoned and lost animals of Door
County. Questions are welcome!
More than 700 animals a year find tender attention, medical care,
regular food, and warm beds at the Door County Humane Society, and the
need is outgrowing the space available. The Humane Society depends on
private donations to cover 95% of its yearly budget, so a donation of
cash, cat litter, Purina Cat Chow, or paper towels would be much
appreciated. For those looking for a special gift, DCHS logo T-shirts
and caps will be available for purchase – a colorful way to support
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our loyal DoorCountyNavigator.com users! We truly appreciate that you use our site to help make your Door County vacations even better!
We are thankful for all of you, and wish you all and your families the very best Thanksgiving ever! If you are heading to Door County, make sure to check out all that is happening this week and next!
Thank you, from all of us at DoorCountyNavigator.com!
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Thursday, November 19, 2009
For Immediate Release
Contact: Jeri Taylor, 920.823.2075
Jorna Taylor, 603.296.5305
Annual Jacksonport Thanksgiving Parade
Tradition of “neighbors helping neighbors” continues into 13th year
Jacksonport, WI – While thousands of Wisconsin families gather at the dining room table for a home-cooked meal or around the big screen TV to watch the Packers take on the Lions, one local boy and his family will spend it in the ICU. However, his struggle will not go unnoticed at Jacksonport’s Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade and Fund Raiser, now entering its 13th year. The parade kicks off at noon from the Jacksonport Fire Department.
Since 1997, the Jacksonport Thanksgiving Parade has delighted spectators with its quirky local flavor as well as collecting money for a family in need. Parade organizers didn’t have to look too far this year to find a member of our community who could use a helping hand. Rafael Phillips, the three year old son of Amy & Dave Phillips, remains hospitalized suffering from complications due to viral meningitis and encephalitis. Rafael has been in a Green Bay hospital since early September, and his family is struggling with the new challenges.
The Jacksonport Thanksgiving Parade, a fun-loving tradition started by Jeri Taylor and Verlin Kiehnau, grounds itself in the notion of neighbors helping neighbors, while getting together to have a good time. “The first year that we held the parade, we threw bird seed because we didn’t think anyone would come,” said Taylor, “but every year it gets bigger, in participation, spectators and “heart”.
Realizing what they could do for their community, the parade committee decided they would choose a local charity or family in need every year. Past parades have raised money for “Feed My People,” breast cancer research, to help the Jacksonport Fire Department purchase a new defibulator, and a young mother with stage four brain cancer. The committee also makes it a priority every year to adopt a family for Christmas, delighting not only in the spirit of the season but knowing that for at least one family, the world will look a little brighter that morning.
Parade viewers can expect the same blend of eclectic floats and characters mixed with a traditional Jacksonport fire truck, color guard, maybe a camel and of course Santa. Participation in the parade is encouraged!
The Phillips family was chosen as this year’s recipient of Jacksonport Parade’s fund raising proceeds because their story exemplifies the spirit in which this parade was founded. The parade starts at the Jacksonport Fire Station, takes a right on Highway 57 to Mike’s Port Pub where it turns around and heads down to the Square Rigger and then finally ends up at J.J.’s of Jacksonport. J.J.’s will be open during and after the parade. One of the best things about the parade is that as a spectator you can see it up to three times in its 4 block journey.
Anyone wishing to participate in the parade should be at the Jacksonport Fire Station by 11:30 on the 26th. For more information please contact Jeri Taylor 920-823-2075.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Egg Harbor Holly Days are coming up! Here is the info Egg Harbor just sent to us!
Egg Harbor's 16th Annual Holly Days is Nov. 27 - 28. Holly Days is an ol’ time Christmas celebration starting on Friday the 27th with Breakfast with Santa at the Landmark Resort, Children's Elf Hunt (kids 12 & under), Mistle Dough, Holiday Shopping, Wagon Rides, Caroling and Christmas tree lighting at the Harborview Park in Egg Harbor. Saturday the 28th brings Holiday Shopping, Children's Christmas Stores at the Bertschinger Center, Wagon Rides and the White Christmas Dinner Show at the Landmark Resort.
8:30am – 10:30am Breakfast with Santa at The Landmark
Resort, plus many activities for children
9:00am – 5:00pm Children’s Elf Hunt and Mistle Dough contest
10:00am – 5:00pm Holiday Shopping
2:00pm – 5:00pm Horse drawn wagon rides through downtown
4:00pm – 5:15pm Caroling throughout downtown
5:30pm Christmas tree lighting with Santa at
10:00am – 5:00pm Holiday Shopping
12:00pm – 2:00pm Children’s Christmas Stores at the
1:00pm – 4:00pm Horse drawn wagon rides through downtown
6:30pm White Christmas Review at the Landmark
Participating businesses will display an elf character someplace within their establishment. Kids (12 and under) will then write down the name of the elf next to the name of the business and continue to each business till their elf list is filled. They then bring the completed list to the tree lighting which gets placed in a box for a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize drawing. They must be present at the time of the drawing in order to win.
Participating businesses will give a ticket per purchase at their location to a customer. Those customers in turn must drop off their tickets at the tree lighting which gets placed in a jar for the drawing of either $15.00, $25.00 or $50.00 worth of Mistle Dough that can be spent at any EHBA member business. They must be present at the time of the drawing in order to win.
Happy Holidays from Egg Harbor, WI!
EHBA Visitor Center
P.O. Box 33
4666 Orchard Road
Egg Harbor, WI 54209
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Greens n Grains in Egg Harbor is doing some very interesting stuff!
Look for bi-weekly movies and an organic dinner in the loft above Greens n Grains for great food and a great flick! See here for more details!
Read our Review if Greens N Grains (we love it!) and watch a short video we did of this great place in Egg Harbor!
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Yep! The Super-Giveaway is on right now! Where are YOU?! Have you entered yet? You can enter everyday, and when you do, we'll send you an email about how you can get LOTS more entries! You can win 2 nites plus 7 more prizes - all to one winner! Check out the list of prizes!
And, the second place prize is also two-nights at the Country House!
Also, if you subscribe to our e-newsletter, Navigator News(tm), you will receive great info PLUS ways to earn more entries in the giveaways! So, what are you waiting for?!
Thursday, November 5, 2009
We just heard from one of our favorite places, Double Delites in Egg Harbor! they have some great gift items for the Holidays! Read our Review , Watch the Video, then check out what they told us below:
If you are considering gift ideas, Double Delites has a new gift bag starting at $10.00 and up. In this bag, we call Holiday Scramble, the standard gift includes our buttery Caramel Corn, our Door Cheddar Cheese Corn and also our Cinnamon Roasted Almonds. Attachments are pictures of the gift bags and one of our holiday tins.
These red organza gift bags can also be customized to your requests. We still have our large gift bags and Holiday tins and you can check these all out at our website www.doubledelites.com however if you call us direct you can save $$ on shipping! toll free 866-944-2221
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
We just released two brand new videos, each covering 4 Door County lighthouses, and all shot taken from high above in a plane! Some very cool shots!
Take a look at both these videos, linked now from our Homepage, on the left under New & Featured Videos, and in the Sights & Sounds section under both New Releases, and Specialty Tours!
Enjoy - have fun and enjoy these very special videos, from DoorCountyNavigator.com!
Let us know what you think right here by leaving a Comment!
The November/December SUPER GIVEAWAY has begun! You can win a LOT in this Giveaway:
1. Two-night stay in Door County at the Country House Resort in Sister Bay! Two-night stay at the Country House Resort in Sister Bay, WI. for two adults in a waterview room with two-person whirlpool and two-person body spray shower. Valid: January 2010 - June 2010; OR September - October 2010 (excluding weekends and festivals in September or October). Retail Value: up to $440 Watch Video!
2. Plum Loco Animal Farm Family Annual Pass good for 2 adults and 2 children that will expire a year from the date of redemption (a $42.00 value)! This is a very cool place! Read the review!
3. Carriage or Sleigh Rides for Two on Mayberry’s Carriages! John Mayberry will take you on a memorable ride through parts of Door County
4. Door County Trolley tour for Two on Door County Trolley! See Door County like you have never seen it before aboard an old-time trolley!
5. Copper Kettle Confections! $20 GENERAL MERCHANDISE coupon good for a blast from the past with candy's and nostalgic toys and treats. Fun stuff for kids of all ages! Copper Kettle Confections is the place.
6. A $15 Gift Certificate for Homemade Gelato (Italian Ice Cream) and Gourmet Popcorn from Egg Harbor’s own, Double Delites!
7. A $25 Gift Certificate to Orchard Country Winery & Market – great Door County
wines and other market items right here at Orchard Country Winery & Market!
8. Door County Coffee & Tea Company $25 Gift Certificate! They roast and flavor their own coffee beans; great gift shop, and dine-in food
Two-night stay in Door County at the Country House Resort in Sister Bay! Two-night stay at the Country House Resort in Sister Bay, WI. for two adults in a waterview room with two-person whirlpool and two-person body spray shower. Valid: January 2010 - June 2010; OR September - October 2010 (excluding weekends and festivals in September or October). Retail Value: up to $440 Watch Video!
You can enter everday AND earn additiona entries once you enter!! Come to DoorCountyNavigator.com right now!
Monday, November 2, 2009
We just heard from one of our favorite places to fine dine, Harbor Fish Market & Grille - and here is a special offer - see below!
Please make sure to tell them that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you! Click the coupon above and print it and bring it with you!
BRING IN THE COUPON BY NOVEMBER 22 AND HELP US CELEBRATE!
We want to show off our new floor so simply bring in the coupon below to us by November 22 and we'll treat you to a glass of house wine or a piece of dessert absolutely FREE! Not valid on holidays or with other offers/coupons. One coupon per person. Please note coupon details before. We hope to see you soon!
Thursday, October 29, 2009
We are putting the finishing touches on two new videos of Door County Lighthouses!
The unique thing here is we chartered a fly-over photographer and we have 8 lighthouses/lights all from beautiful aerial shots! Awesome!
The 1st video will cover 4 lights and the 2nd will cover another 4 lights.
So look for these soon!! We are excited about these so let us know what you think!
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Treat your young ones to visiting Egg Harbor this Halloween!
Our area businesses will be participating in an “in costume” Halloween Trick or Treat Safe Walk for children scheduled from 1pm - 4pm on Saturday the 31st.
Participating businesses will be displaying a poster that has a pumpkin with ghosts around it and they’ll have plenty of treats for the kids!
Also check out:
Mojo Rosa's is giving any child 12 and under a kids meal to eat if they come in costume.
The Landing Resort will be having a haunted house in their lobby loft area. Trick or Treaters are welcome to take a walk thru - if they dare!
Safe Walk participants are:
Greens 'N' Grains
Jane's Designs for Women
Liberty Square Shops
Main Street Market
Main Street Shops
Made in Britain
Tis the Season
The Landing Resort
The Newport Resort
EHBA Visitor Center
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Birch Creek Associates invite you to the fall benefit
CYNTHIA STIEHL, mezzo soprano
JUDITH JACKSON, piano
Postcards, Side Trips and Songs
Social Hour, Italian Buffet by Villaggios, Concert & Dessert
Date: Sunday, October 25, 2009
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Place: Juniper Hall at Birch Creek, 3821 Hwy. E, Egg Harbor
Reservations required, seating is limited
Call (920) 868-3763
Cash wine bar and pre-dinner socializing begin at 5:30 p.m. in Juniper Hall, followed by dinner that includes salad, crusty bread and dipping oils, Villaggios' pastas and elegant sauces, and Italian desserts.
Mezzo soprano Cynthia Stiehl, accompanied by Judith Jackson, piano, will transport you on a musical tour of Italy, narrated by Alan Kopischke.
Limited Seating - Reserve Now!
to make your reservations for this festive fall fundraising event. Birch Creek is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and half the cost of each ticket is tax-deductible. Proceeds will support Birch Creek students.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Date of Event: 10/24/09
Location: From Northern Tip to Sturgeon Bay
Billing itself as the most scenic distance run in the Midwest, the Fall 50 is a 50-mile distance run for teams of 1 to 5 runners. The journey begins at 8AM on Saturday at the northern tip of the Door County Peninsula and travels along the scenic western shoreline to Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay. Registration fees include race entry, a long-sleeved t-shirt, course support, finishers’ medal and a post-race party at Stone Harbor that includes free snacks, pizza, beer, wine and soda. Visit www.fall50.com for registration costs and details or call 920-606-2458.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Dates of Event: 10/24/09 – 10/25/09
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Ellison Bay opens its doors with special events at each location. Studio-galleries will have demonstrations & studio tours: Turtle Ridge, Ellison Bay Pottery, Gills Rock Stoneware & Cousin’s Walk. Be inspired at The Clearing and Savory Spoon Cooking School. Unique art and historic treasures at Linden’s Gallery and Newport House. Refreshments, raffles, new works unveiled. This event is a favorite weekend to participate in the cultural richness and diversity of Ellison Bay. 920-854-4839.
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Copper Kettle Confections in Sturgeon Bay Wi and & DoorCountyNavigator.com have a sweet deal for you!
Just place an order for any one of the Fudge of the month club
specials listed below from our website and get free salt water taffy too!
Go to Copper Kettle Confectionsand scroll down to the section on
fudge (on the right.)
Pick the shipment schedule that's right for you. Get a free
pound of assorted salt water taffy when you order, the quarterly, the
bi-monthly, or the annual fudge of the month fudge programs!
Offer valid through November 30th, 2009. An exclusive DoorCountyCavigator
offer for only a short time. You may schedule shipments to start for
the holidays, a birthday, or any occasion. Your free pound of Taffy
will ship with the first order of fudge. Take advantage of this sweet
deal now to take advantage of this limited offer.
Be sure to mention the DoorCountyNavigator.com special!
DoorCountyNavigator.com note: this is great fudge and you and your friends will love it!
Friday, October 9, 2009
We provide updates often on Twitter - with links to cool stuff, happenings and more!
All of our regular users should follow us on Twitter - as it grows, you may find discount and special announcements going through Twitter that only you will receive! Our Twitter name is: DoorCountyInfo
So sign up now! We already have over 900 followers - YOU can be the next one!
Simply CLICK HERE!
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
DoorCountyNavigator.com users can now take advantage of a special discount for:
Little Sweden Resort
8984 Hwy 42
“Door County Navigator.com Sale!” promotion for the month of October for arrivals in October through December 31st, 2009.
SPECIFICS: Stay at Little Sweden in Fish Creek Wisconsin!
-Bookable via website only
-Stay dates must be for October through December 31st , 2009.
-Booking available until 10/31/09.
-Discount up to 40% off Some black out dates apply.
-Reservation is Prepaid, Noncancellable, Nonchangable, Nonrefundable upon receiving confirmation.
Link to book is here:
Gibraltar Grill in Fish Creek will be open November through President's Weekend in February on weekends: Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights for dinner starting at 5PM.
In addition, they will be open every night from December 26 2009 until January 2, 2010.
Stop in and tell Tom that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you!
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Win a 2 night stay at the Scandinavian Lodge in Sister Bay! This is a great resort that we like a lot, and we know you will too.
Read our Review, then head to our Treasure Map and enter for your chance to win! You can enter everyday to increase your chances of winning!
SECRET HINT: Follow us on Twitter and get cool Door County info (even delivered to your mobile device) and learn NEW SECRETS about how to get MORE entries in the Giveaway – Shhhhhhhh!
Enter now – and everyday!
Saturday, October 3, 2009
A great place at Hands-On Art Studio, and a great cause for the animals!
See press release below and attend!
ART DAY FOR ANIMALS PRESS RELEASE
HANDS ON ART STUDIO IS SPONSORING THE 5TH ANNUAL "ART DAY FOR ANIMALS", BENEFITTING THE DOOR COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY, ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, 2009, FROM 10AM TO 6PM DURING PUMPKIN PATCH WEEKEND.
THIS FUN FAMILY DAY FOR ALL FEATURES ACTIVITIES AND GAMES FOR KIDS AND ADULTS. TAKE A WALK ON THE HAUNTED TREASURE HUNT. HOP A HAY WAGON FOR RIDES THROUGH THE FIELDS. CLIMB IN THE GIANT HAY CASTLE. PLAY THEMED GAMES FOR FUN PRIZES. PET AND FEED THE ANIMALS.
ART DAY FOR ANIMALS IS FEATURING TWO LARGE METAL SCULPTURES, A CAT AND A DOG, FOR INSTALLATION ON THE GROUNDS OF THE D.C.H.S. EVERYONE IS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FABRICATION OF THESE SCULPTURES.
DONATIONS WILL BE REQUESTED FOR JOINING IN THE DAY OF ACTIVITIES.
THE DOOR COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY WILL BE ON SITE WITH PETS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION.
FOOD, SNACKS, DRINKS AND BEER ARE AVAILABLE.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL, 920-868-9311 OR CHECK ONLINE: WWW.HANDSONARTSTUDIO.COM
Monday, September 28, 2009
Great event coming up soon! Patricia Locke jewelry is awesome - we love it, and Wilkins & Olander is one of the finest stores in Door County! Head there this Saturday, October 3rd - and tell Carol we sent you!
Meet Jewelry Designer Patricia Locke
Carol Overland, Owner
Wilkins & Olander
WILKINS & OLANDER HOSTS JEWELRY DESIGNER PATRICIA LOCKE APPEARANCE
On Saturday, October 3rd, from 2pm - 4pm, Wilkins & Olander will host a meet and greet for Chicago-based jewelry designer Patricia Locke. The event will take place at Wilkins & Olander’s Third Avenue location in Sturgeon Bay.
Among America’s premier contemporary jewelry designers, Patricia Locke speaks a distinctive visual language. Locke’s think-for-yourself, statement jewelry blends the depth of fine art with the sensation of fashion at its most provocative. Textural and multi-faceted, her designs reflect the complexity of modern femininity, the confidence and self-possession of a powerful persona.
While Locke’s evocative adornments take inspiration from a wealth of cultural and historic influences – including her own travels, ancient coins, hieroglyphics, architecture, religious totems, and astronomy – she says, “Ultimately, I’m more interested in the future than the past.” Hallmarks of her work include her inspired asymmetry; tantalizing multi-metal combinations; and use of positive-negative space. A master of paradox, Locke’s jewelry is at once handsome and beautiful, organic and geometric, contemporary with heirloom overtones.
Each Patricia Locke collection of earrings, pins, bracelets and necklaces exudes its own personality, with the designer’s creative counterpoint playing around a given theme. Says Patricia, “Creativity is play for me.” Defining characteristics emerge within her jewelry designs, such as mosaics synthesizing influences as diverse as the Arts & Crafts movement and computer technology; architectural principles informing a streamlined space odyssey of “future deco”; or complex, curvaceous forms manifest a lyrical, organic femininity. Regardless of the season, all of Locke’s jewelry has one thing in common: each unique piece stands alone, encouraging individual interpretation.
Self-taught, Patricia Locke had never worked with her hands or taken an art class prior to undertaking what would become her life’s work in jewelry design. She designed her first pieces, fine jewelry in sterling silver and gold in 1971, working largely by private commission for several years. By 1979, the desire to reach a wider audience prompted Locke’s first designer costume jewelry collection, which she personally – and quickly – sold one-on-one to prominent galleries and retailers. Locke’s jewelry is now handcrafted by a team of 25 artisans outside of Chicago, Illinois.
Carol Overland, owner of Wilkins & Olander adds, “Patricia Locke is one of the most popular jewelry lines at Wilkins & Olander – so popular that we’ve carried it for over 17 years! We’re so fortunate to have Patricia come visit us here in Sturgeon Bay. She doesn’t do many public appearances and I’m sure her fans in Door County will jump at the chance to meet her in person.
Since 1990, Wilkins & Olander has been a purveyor of distinctive updated traditional sportswear, shoes and accessories for women. Visit the boutique’s Sturgeon Bay location at 120 N. Third Avenue or in Fish Creek’s Founders Square on Main Street. For hours and inquiries, please contact the Sturgeon Bay shop at 920-868-3168, or the Fish Creek shop at 920-743-3137. Looking for a unique online shopping experience? Go to http://www.wilkinsandolander.com
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
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Thursday, September 17, 2009
this just in!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Carrie Viste, co-general manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Orchard Country Winery & Market
Celebrates 5th Annual Fall Harvest Fest
As the leaves are turning to shades of red and gold…the apples are crisp and the grapes are ready for harvest; Orchard Country Winery & Market prepares a celebration of the season with a festival of fall delights. On Saturday, September 26th the 5th Annual Fall Harvest & Wine Fest hosted by the Lautenbach family will feature fun activities for the entire family. Beginning at 10 am, a variety of activities will entertain visitors young and not so young.
The Lautenbach’s fourth-generation farm orchard has planned a host of activities that promise to delight visitors of every age. Painting cherub faces or bowling with round plump pumpkins, the children’s activities will be fun-filled. Photo opportunities will be available with Thomas the Train in the pumpkin patch. Clowns creating balloon art and painted faces, fun inflatables, horse-drawn wagon rides all from 11am-4pm…the activities will tickle every fall fancy. Don’t miss the apple pie eating contest at 12:30 pm
Surrounded by acres of ripening apples, guests are invited to pick the ever-traditional Macintosh or come inside for the ever popular Honey Crisp. With the approach of the holidays, remember that someone special with a gift from the Orchard Country’s extensive selection of jams and jellies, a basket of apples or a cookbook. Visit one of the outdoor craft booths and choose from a variety of unique handcrafted gift and food items.
An array of meaty treats will be prepared by Door County Custom Meats. Taste test their pig roast or bite into a steamy apple brat. Gooey caramel apples, and fresh fall bakery items—apple pies, donuts, turnovers, and apple strudel—are waiting to make the trip home.
In the past 23 years, award-winning fruit wines have become the hallmark of Orchard Country; the winery currently produces 34 blends. Complimentary wine tastings of favorite blends such as Honey Crisp apple and Autumn Harvest will be accompanied by offerings of Lakefront Brewery’s popular pumpkin and cherry beer. Free guided winery tours on the 27th will begin at 10 am and continue until 4 pm. And of course no party is complete without music. Playing bluegrass favorites from 1-5pm, for their 5th consecutive Fall Fest at Orchard Country is “Bent Grass.” The Door County Trolley will offer tours throughout the festival. Or hop aboard a horse-drawn wagon for a ride through the orchards from 11am-4pm; it’s all in a day’s work.
Orchard Country is open daily from 9 – 5:30 pm. Guests are invited to enjoy the outdoor patio as well as walk the grounds. Orchard Country Winery & Market, located at 9197 Highway 42 just south of Fish Creek, is open year round. Visit the website www.orchardcountry.com for additional information.
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Great upcoming event!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Stuart Champeau
Door County Wine Festival Event Coordinator
Imagine a five day event filled with opportunities to experience over 100 wines from around the globe, incredible dinners and other culinary delights. And now imagine that event, the 1st Annual Door County Wine Festival occurring within a short drive from your front door!
The Wine Festival spans over five days (Sept. 23rd through the 27th) with dedicated wine tastings and dinners at a number of restaurants and wine tastings at local fine wine stores including Top Shelf Gourmet and Catering, Madison Avenue Wine Shop, Door County Gourmet and Catering and Main Street Market. The Grand Tasting at the Sister Bay Village Hall on Sat Sept 26th will feature dozens of wines from around the world and tantalizing live and silent auction items. Reservations for wine tastings/dinners are to be made with the participating restaurant of the wine devotee’s choice. Tickets for the Grand Tasting are limited for this premiere event and available for purchase on line at www.wellnesscenterofdoorcounty.com/specialevents or by phoning (920) 746-9444.
Proceeds from the Door County Wine Festival will be used to build a much needed addition for the Wellness Center of Door County, located at 312 N. 5th Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The Wellness Center is a community-based non-profit organization that provides compassionate, confidential and affordable reproductive and related health care to men and women across the lifespan. The Wellness Center is the sole provider for Door and Kewaunee Counties of care & examinations by Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners following a sexual assault.
Wine Festivals are held all over the world generally later in the year. Originally intended to celebrate the harvest, wine festivals have now become vehicles to raise funding for worthwhile causes. In the United States they have become particularly popular as we are one of the most charitable countries in the world. They are held all across the country including Napa and Sonoma, California, Naples Florida, Jackson Wyoming and Santa Fe New Mexico to name a few. In essence they are a celebration of wine, friends and a lifestyle. Its not too late to plan an overnight trip to celebrate the good things in life!
We've been to John Henry's in Egg Harbor a whole bunch of times - and always, the food is super! You will like this bar/restaurant and be surprised at just how good the ood is - John Henry makes sure it is! Read our Review!
Stop in and say hello to John Henry (he's there most to of the time) and tell him DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you. . . enjoy!
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Ed Asner will be coming to Fish Creek soon - we just received this press release this afternoon!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Press contact: Patricia Podgers
Ed Asner as FDR
Friday, September 25, 8 pm
When Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected the 32nd president in November, 1932, the United States began an amazing era in its history. An unprecedented four-term president, FDR created an aura that continues to consume the American public. On Friday, September 25th, at 8 pm the Door Community Auditorium will welcome FDR onto its stage in the person of actor Ed Asner. In a one-actor performance, Mr. Asner will portray President Roosevelt during the White House years in an illuminating performance.
The recipient of seven Emmy Awards and five Golden Globe Awards, Mr. Asner is a consummate actor whose range includes roles from the comedic to the dramatic. Although primarily known as Lou Grant, Mary Tyler Moore’s gruff boss on her show of the same name, Mr. Asner has a resume that includes Broadway theatre, and cinematic and television roles. He has provided the voices of countless “characters” for animated roles in both of the latter two medias. Most recently Mr. Asner was the featured voice of Carl Fredricksen in the Pixar movie “Up.”
Although Mr. Asner has achieved universal acclaim for the diversity of the roles he has performed, his roots are firmly planted in the Midwest. Growing up in Kansas City, Kansas, the son of a shop owner, Mr. Asner was a fan of the movies. He was an avid athlete and participated in sports. Mr. Asner utilized his now famous voice as the announcer for his high school radio station, a job that provided him a start in the direction of acting following attendance at the University of Chicago.
During the 1950s, Mr. Asner was affiliated with the Playwrights Theatre Club which regrouped as the Compass Players, and eventually segued into the famed Second City. Mr. Asner is today considered a member of the City’s extended family. Countless roles on stage and screen—both small and large—followed.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show, which premiered in 1970, earned Mr. Asner three of his Emmys. Following the conclusion of the series in 1977, he continued to perform the role of Lou Grant in his own weekly television show.
The role of Captain Davies in the mini-series Roots earned Mr. Asner yet another Emmy Award and the praise of critics. Interestingly, author Alex Haley admitted he had no idea who the actual Captain was, but the actor more than creditably assumed the role.
Throughout his lengthy career, Mr. Asner has continued to be politically active and vocal in both his professional and private lives. He was twice elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, a union established to protect the rights of performers.
Ed Asner as FDR is based on Sunrise at Campobello, a play written by Dory Schary which premiered on Broadway in 1958. The focus of presentation is President Roosevelt’s years in the White House, beginning with the Depression and continuing through the World War II years.
Tickets for Ed Asner as FDR are $50, $45 and $38, and are available at the Door Community Auditorium box office, by phone (920.868.2728), or via the www.dcauditorium.org. Box office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 – 3 pm; weekend show days, 11 – 3 pm; and one hour prior to a performance. The Door Community Auditorium is located in Fish Creek, just north of the town center on Highway 42.
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
So come on by right now and plan your Fall Door County trip - and enjoy some of the scenery right now through our videos! Tell us which of the 4 videos is your favorite - vote right here by leaving a Comment!
We love hearing from our users! And, hey! Have you entered the Two-Night Giveaway for September on our site yet? Do it! Westwood Shores is an awesome place!
Friday, September 4, 2009
If you have not entered yet, come to our website and enter now - enter everyday actually!
You might win a two-night stay at the fabulous Westwood Shores Waterfront Resort in Sturgeon Bay! Very nice resort that we know you will love!
Come over right now! Enter, and if you found out about it on our BLOG, then enter BLOG after your phone # in the entry form and we'll give you another 5 entries!
Westwood Shores is awaiting your arrival!
Saturday, August 29, 2009
We just released two fresh new videos:
- Real People in Northern Door, which we shot in Ephraim and in Sister Bay;
- and Settlement Concert - which we shot at the Settlement Courtyard Inn & Lavender Spa (great place) in Fish Creek!
So head to our Homepage where they are listed on the left under New Videos, and watch! You will also find them under Real People on our Sights & Sounds multi-media page.
These are fun videos - so let us know what you think by leaving Comments here on the BLOG! Thanks for watching :)
Friday, August 28, 2009
We received word recently that Door Peninsula Winery of Carlsville has won Gold in a recent competition! Great winery - Read our Review! See below.
Sweet Cherry Gold Highlights Door County Cherry
Door Peninsula Winery recently competed in one of the oldest professional wine competitions, the International Eastern Wine Competition, now in its 33rd year. The 2009 event again topped over 2,200 entries from 16 countries and 34 states. Door Peninsula Winery is proud to bring home the gold for their Sweet Cherry Wine, one of the first and original wines produced by Door Peninsula and a true Door County product.
Fruit wines in the Midwest are strong in the competition that is held at the Finger Lakes region of New York. Even a bronze medal in the competition requires a unanimous panel vote from judges that are wine-knowledgeable professionals, media specialists and wine makers who represent major east coast markets from Miami to Toronto.
Door Peninsula Winery's Sweet Cherry tasted better than the sweet cherry of the other major producers of fruit wine in the nation, St. Julian Winery in Michigan (silver) and St. James Winery in Missouri (bronze).
Door Peninsula Winery also took home a silver for both their popular Blackberry wine and Sunset Splash, a fruit wine blend. Of the blended fruit wine category, the Sunset Splash, that retails for $8.99, tasted better than many $14-26 bottles, again showing that Door Peninsula Winery's wines are of quality and value.
Find wine descriptions for all of Door Peninsula's fruit, fruit-varietals blends, and premium grape wines at www.dcwine.com.
Another great even coming up! Just received this press release!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Music of the 50s and 60s
Rocks the Door Community Auditorium
Saturday, September 12, at 7 pm!!
Ask anyone about the music of the 50s and 60s and it is inevitable that the names Buddy Holly, “Big Bopper” Jiles Richardson, and Ritchie Valens are among the first to receive mention. Unfortunately, all three of the rock and roll legends perished in a plane crash in early 1959. And forever after the tragic night would be recalled as “the night the music died.” But on Saturday, September 12 at 7 pm the music will be alive and rocking at the Door Community Auditorium in a “A Night to Remember!”
Taking the stage in an evening that will long be remembered will be headliners the Doo-Wop Daddies, Kim Marie, Larry Lynne, Junior Brantley, and Door County’s own Gary Lane Van Vorous and Paul Lent. It will be a “Night to Remember” the oldies but goodies…great fun for all ages.
Based in Milwaukee, The Doo-Wop Daddies capture the sound that became a classic genre for the generations to follow. The Daddies have redefined the doo-wop of 60 years ago into a masterful performance that will bring the audience to its feet. The group includes Craig Fairchild, Mark Lansing, Mike Welch, Mike Sturino, and Tom Rupenhoff.
Kim Marie recorded her first songs “Jingle Jump” and “Flip Side” when she was only 17 years old. Early in her career she was performed in Las Vegas including the famour Flamingo Hilton. Recalling the distinctive styles of Brenda lee, Connie Francis, and Laverne Baker, Kim Marie is always a favorite.
Leader of the band Skunks, Larry Lynne was formerly the lead guitarist for the Doo-Wop Daddies, as well as spending time as a Mad Lad, his recordings include “I Recommend Her,” “Little Angel,” and “Me & Happiness.” In concert Lynne performs many of Ricky Nelson’s favorites.
Returning to Door County, Grammy nominated Junior Brantley has recreated the sound and style of Chuck Barry, Little Richard, Jimmy Vaughn, and Jerry Lee Lewis. A former member of the fabulous Thunderbirds, Brantley was member of the group when they recorded “Tough Enough,” which became a worldwide hit.
Door County’s first rock and roll recording artist, Gary Lane Van Vorous graduated from Gibraltar High School in 1960. Leaving the peninsula, Lane--who shortened his name for show business—hit the road with a number of guy groups, most notably The Tokens who recorded “The Lion Sleeps Tonight.”
In the course of his career, Lane has performed with some of the biggest names in rock and roll, including Gene Pitney, Del Shannon, Lou Christie, and Bobbie Hatfield. Lane credits Dick Clark and Pearl Bailey with providing him with some of the best advice he ever received. “Dick told me to ‘be careful what you sign,’ and Ms. Bailey said ‘honey, just keep on keepin’ on—you’re gonna make it.”
Also a graduate of Gibraltar High School, class of 1979, Paul Lent has toured the Midwest as the lead vocalist for the band “Worlds.” He is the co-founder of the group “After Dark” which has enjoyed regional success, sharing the stage with renowned artists REO Speed Wagon, Starship, Loverboy, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and Night Ranger.
Lent was honored with an invitation to sing the National Anthem at Lambeau Field for a Green Bay Packers vs. Cincinnati Bengals home game. Lent will perform the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
From Bill Haley and the Comets to the Righteous Brothers, “A Night to Remember” will recall some of the most memorable singers in rock and roll history…and recall the legends of the 50s and the 60s.
Tickets for “a Night to Remember” are 36/$26 and $20, and are available at the Door Community Auditorium box office, by phone (920.868.2728), or via the www.dcauditorium.org. Box office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 – 3 pm; weekend show days, 11 – 3 pm; and one hour prior to a performance. The Door Community Auditorium is located in Fish Creek, just north of the town center on Highway 42.
Just received this press release:
The Door Community Auditorium
Paula Poundstone in Concert
Saturday, September 5, 2009, 8 pm
Armed with nothing but a stool, a microphone, and a can of Diet Pepsi, Paula Poundstone’s ability to create on the spot humor has become the stuff of legend. It is impossible to attend a Paula Poundstone performance without marveling at her ability to interact spontaneously with audience members. And on Saturday, September 5 at 8 pm, Ms. Poundstone will bring her unique brand of humor to the Door Community Auditorium.
Ms. Poundstone’s career as a humorist began in Boston in 1979 when the emerging comedian performed “stand-up” on open-mike nights, supplementing her income with jobs bussing tables and working as a bicycle messenger. It wasn’t long, however, before Ms. Poundstone’s talents were recognized, and five years later she was cast in the movie Hyperspce.
But instead of pursuing a career as an actress, Ms. Poundstone continued to apply her wit to contemporary issues, a perfect match for the nightly talk shows. By 1990, Ms. Poundstone had starred in several HBO specials, as well as a Saturday Night Live show. It proved pivotal to her career. Ms. Poundstone’s first one-hour HBO special earned her a Cable ACE for best comedy special, the first woman ever.
With a spontaneity and clever repartee that hit just the right marks, Ms. Poundstone earned praise from her fans, as well as from critics and her fellow performers. She became a favorite on the talk shows hosts including Jay Leno who hired her to serve as a 1992 Presidential campaign correspondent for his version of the Tonight Show.
One of the most popular panelists on National Public Radio’s weekly news quiz show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me—the recipient of the 2008 prestigious Peabody Award for Broadcasting excellence—Ms. Poundstone’s commentaries can also be heard on NPR’s Morning Edition. They can also be read on the Huffington Post and the comedy site 23/6.
Ms. Poundstone is the author of There’s Nothing In That Book That I Meant to Say, which she describes as “part memoir, part monologue,” and is currently at work on a second. She recently released her first CD entitled I HEART JOKES: Paula Tells Them In Maine, an hour of comedy recorded live.
Most notably, Ms. Poundstone has also accumulated several “firsts,” most significant among them is being the first woman invited to perform at the distinguished White House Correspondents dinner which is attended by the President. She continues to regularly appear on major talk shows including Late Night with David Lettermen Show and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Ms. Poundstone has also appeared on Garrison Keillor’s radio show A Prairie Home Companion.
With something to say on literally every topic, Paula Poundstone teases the audience, asking them questions, engaging them in a running dialogue. “You know Poundstone’s a great comic the way you know any fine performer when you see one—there’s a disarming ease in her craft, an immediate sense that she’s so quick on her feet you need never worry about the possibility of something going wrong,” praised the Boston Globe.
Visit http://www.paulapoundstone.com for more information about Paula Poundstone. she is also available on http://www.new.facebook.com/pages/PAULAPOUNDSTONE/
39510582072; twitters can be sent tohttp://twitter.com/PaulaPoundstone.
Tickets for Paula Poundstone are $38/$33 and $28, and are available at the Door Community Auditorium box office, by phone (920.868.2728), or via the www.dcauditorium.org. Box office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 – 3 pm; weekend show days, 11 – 3 pm; and one hour prior to a performance. The Door Community Auditorium is located in Fish Creek, just north of the town center on Highway 42.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Wisconsin Water Wings in Ephraim let's you experience a thrill of a lifetime - para-sailing over the sparkling waters of the Bay!
We just released a short video of a couple of folks parasailing over the waters! We went up once and loved it - there is nothing else like it - so quiet and peaceful and beautiful up there - and no skill is needed, don;t have to know how to swim, and it's very safe - they bring you right back to the deck on the boat - you won't even get wet!
Try Wisconsin Water Wings, at the South Shore Pier in Ephraim, and you will love it! Tell Captain Doug and the crew that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you! Watch the video now!
Our users have loved our "Real People(tm)" series of videos where we interview real people in Door County on the streets, in the parks, at the beach everywhere! And they tell us what they like to do, where they like to dine, stay, and play in Door County. So for our users on our website, this is great info!
The one we just released is our first-ever "Real Kids of Door County," that we shot in Sister Bay at the park. It's both cute and insightful - hope you watch it and enjoy! Tell us what you think by hitting the Comment button below! Thanks
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Every August the Door County Fair takes place in Sturgeon Bay! This is a fun event with lots of food, animals, judging, Junior Fairs, and rides, rides rides! Everyone who goes has a great time, regardless of age. We just filmed the fair a week ago, and we just published the video on our sight for your year-round enjoyment!
So, what are you waiting for? See you At the Door County Fair!
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Kurtz Corral is Door County's premiere riding stable - you can even take lessons! We met with Jim Kurtz and toured the 100's of acres of trails and paths. Awesome place - this is a place for people of all ages and all skill levels, and it is a joy!
You will enjoy Kurtz Corral - read our review and watch the video we just shot last week! And when you go riding there (they are opened all year and even have a New Year's Eve ride), tell Jim that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you!
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
We just picked up a supply of pies from Sweetie Pies in Fish Creek! These are awesome pies - cherry, strawberry, Buried Treasure (mixed berries), and a ton more. They have regular sized pies, and then smaller pies called, "Cutie Pies" - you must make this a stop on your next trip - or order some. They just won the Wisconsin Cherry Growers Award for best Cherry Business.
These are GREAT pies. And please, tell Dave and the staff that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you!
Monday, August 10, 2009
Sunday, August 9, 2009
The Beef Wellington is excellent. . . you should make this part of your next trip! Tell them we sent you! Look for the mounted Knights out front!
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We are lunching at JJ's in Jacksonport! JJ's/La Puerta/The WaterfronT owners purchased what was in the old days The Tundra House on HWY 57.
Great, fun place and these guys know how to do it.
JJ's/La Puerta in Sister Bay had a kitchen fire and is currently closed. More later.
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