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Showing September 25, 2018 - October 2, 2018

Sep
25

September 25, 2018

Salvage

7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Peninsula Players Theatre

What some people call junk, Jason considers art. Vintage figurines, collectibles and memorabilia fill his shop. When Sarah, a quiet, attractive woman, asks Jason to look at some items, what he sees turns his world upside down. As their business relationship buds into a fun, unexpected romance, Sarah brings in even more items. As the stakes get higher, Jason faces twists and turns he never, ever expected.

SALVAGE performs at Door County’s treasured theatrical icon and America's oldest professional resident summer theater through October 14, 2018.  Buy tickets at https://www.peninsulaplayers.com/

Performances are Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m., except Sunday 9, 23 and October 14 at 3 p.m.   Box Office closed on Mondays during the performance season.

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Sep
26

September 26, 2018

Salvage

7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Peninsula Players Theatre

What some people call junk, Jason considers art. Vintage figurines, collectibles and memorabilia fill his shop. When Sarah, a quiet, attractive woman, asks Jason to look at some items, what he sees turns his world upside down. As their business relationship buds into a fun, unexpected romance, Sarah brings in even more items. As the stakes get higher, Jason faces twists and turns he never, ever expected.

SALVAGE performs at Door County’s treasured theatrical icon and America's oldest professional resident summer theater through October 14, 2018.  Buy tickets at https://www.peninsulaplayers.com/

Performances are Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m., except Sunday 9, 23 and October 14 at 3 p.m.   Box Office closed on Mondays during the performance season.

Learn more at: http://bit.ly/Pen_Plyr_SALVAGE_Enews

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BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Third Avenue Playhouse

The story of irreverent hero and Canadian WWI flying ace Billy Bishop remains one of the most critically-acclaimed Canadian plays of all time. The New York Times called it “a high flying ace of a show, capturing the humor, the hellfire, and the derring-do of an extraordinary career.” Billy Bishop calls himself “a convicted liar and cheat who was the worst student ever at the Royal Military College…. so of course they made me an officer.” The music is comprised of martial arts, barracks room ditties, Kiplingesque tunes of glory, Gilbert and Sullivan-like patter songs and a bitter brew of Brecht-Weill. 
 
In his heyday, no one was more famous in Canada than Billy Bishop, a pugnacious young pilot from Owen Sound, who was the terror of the skies during World War I. Eric Peterson and John MacLachlan Gray’s buoyant celebration of this complex man has a rich, nearly 40-year history of touring nationally and internationally. 
 

Visit the TAP box office across from the theatre  in historic downtown Sturgeon Bay (234 North Third Avenue)  Or call TAP at (920) 743 1760.  The office is open 12-5 Tues.-Friday.  Theater box office opens one hour prior to performance.

General Admission is $28 and student tickets are $12.

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Sep
27

September 27, 2018

Salvage

7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Peninsula Players Theatre

What some people call junk, Jason considers art. Vintage figurines, collectibles and memorabilia fill his shop. When Sarah, a quiet, attractive woman, asks Jason to look at some items, what he sees turns his world upside down. As their business relationship buds into a fun, unexpected romance, Sarah brings in even more items. As the stakes get higher, Jason faces twists and turns he never, ever expected.

SALVAGE performs at Door County’s treasured theatrical icon and America's oldest professional resident summer theater through October 14, 2018.  Buy tickets at https://www.peninsulaplayers.com/

Performances are Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m., except Sunday, September 23 and October 14 at 3 p.m.   Box Office closed on Mondays during the performance season.  Click here for more information:  http://bit.ly/Pen_Plyr_SALVAGE_Enews

Learn More

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Third Avenue Playhouse

The story of irreverent hero and Canadian WWI flying ace Billy Bishop remains one of the most critically-acclaimed Canadian plays of all time. The New York Times called it “a high flying ace of a show, capturing the humor, the hellfire, and the derring-do of an extraordinary career.” Billy Bishop calls himself “a convicted liar and cheat who was the worst student ever at the Royal Military College…. so of course they made me an officer.” The music is comprised of martial arts, barracks room ditties, Kiplingesque tunes of glory, Gilbert and Sullivan-like patter songs and a bitter brew of Brecht-Weill. 
 
In his heyday, no one was more famous in Canada than Billy Bishop, a pugnacious young pilot from Owen Sound, who was the terror of the skies during World War I. Eric Peterson and John MacLachlan Gray’s buoyant celebration of this complex man has a rich, nearly 40-year history of touring nationally and internationally. 
 

Visit the TAP box office across from the theatre  in historic downtown Sturgeon Bay (234 North Third Avenue)  Or call TAP at (920) 743 1760.  The office is open 12-5 Tues.-Friday.  Theater box office opens one hour prior to performance.

General Admission is $28 and student tickets are $12.

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Mental Health Awareness Book Discussion

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Sturgeon Bay Library, 107 S. 4th Ave.

"Beartown" by Fredrik Backman

DISCUSSING TOPICS RELATED TO:
BULLYING • SEXUAL ASSAULT • SUICIDE • SEXUAL ORIENTATION

            The Door County Mental Health Focus Group and Prevent Suicide Door County in partnership with Door County Library will be discussing “Beartown” by Fredrik Backman.

 

DISCUSSION LEADERS:
Laura Kayacan, Adult Services DC Library 
Barbara Johnson-Giese, LCSW DCMC

 

            Bring your lunch (we will provide coffee and cookies) and join the discussion about the consequences of bullying in a small town high school and of how community biases and attitudes influence the normalizing of victim-blaming.

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Sep
28

September 28, 2018

Salvage

7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Peninsula Players Theatre

What some people call junk, Jason considers art. Vintage figurines, collectibles and memorabilia fill his shop. When Sarah, a quiet, attractive woman, asks Jason to look at some items, what he sees turns his world upside down. As their business relationship buds into a fun, unexpected romance, Sarah brings in even more items. As the stakes get higher, Jason faces twists and turns he never, ever expected.

SALVAGE performs at Door County’s treasured theatrical icon and America's oldest professional resident summer theater through October 14, 2018.  Buy tickets at https://www.peninsulaplayers.com/

Performances are Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m., except Sunday, September 23 and October 14 at 3 p.m.   Box Office closed on Mondays during the performance season.  Click here for more information:  http://bit.ly/Pen_Plyr_SALVAGE_Enews

Learn More

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Third Avenue Playhouse

The story of irreverent hero and Canadian WWI flying ace Billy Bishop remains one of the most critically-acclaimed Canadian plays of all time. The New York Times called it “a high flying ace of a show, capturing the humor, the hellfire, and the derring-do of an extraordinary career.” Billy Bishop calls himself “a convicted liar and cheat who was the worst student ever at the Royal Military College…. so of course they made me an officer.” The music is comprised of martial arts, barracks room ditties, Kiplingesque tunes of glory, Gilbert and Sullivan-like patter songs and a bitter brew of Brecht-Weill. 
 
In his heyday, no one was more famous in Canada than Billy Bishop, a pugnacious young pilot from Owen Sound, who was the terror of the skies during World War I. Eric Peterson and John MacLachlan Gray’s buoyant celebration of this complex man has a rich, nearly 40-year history of touring nationally and internationally. 
 

Visit the TAP box office across from the theatre  in historic downtown Sturgeon Bay (234 North Third Avenue)  Or call TAP at (920) 743 1760.  The office is open 12-5 Tues.-Friday.  Theater box office opens one hour prior to performance.

General Admission is $28 and student tickets are $12.

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Sep
29

September 29, 2018

Farm and Craft Market

8:30am - 12:00pm
Market Square parking lot

There is a large assortment of locally grown produce to choose from each week as well as tasty foods and baked goods.  There are also hand crafted items to browse through. The market  also accepts FoodShare benefits and is held weekly June through October in the Market Square parking lot located between Michigan Street and Nebraska Street. For more information:   www.sturgeonbaywi.org  or Sturgeon Bay Parks Department: 920-746-2914.

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THE Pet Event

10:00am - 2:00pm
True Value Hardware and Country Store

Calling all pet parents, pet families, and pet enthusiasts to THE Pet Event presented by the Door County Cooperative Country Store on Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

To thank our amazing customers, we will have popular name-brand feed and food for livestock, hobby farm animals and household pets on sale for incredible prices during THE Pet Event. Save $12 on a 30-pound bag of Blue Buffalo Adult Dog Food and receive $8 off a 40-pound bag of Black Oil Sunflower Birdseed. Other sale items include Eco Flake Natural Animal Bedding, Deer Mix, Meow Mix Cat Food, Taste of The Wild Dog Food and more. Supplies will be limited so make your way to THE Pet Event early to take advantage of these ONE DAY prices.

THE Pet Event isn’t complete without pets to pet. The Rusty Acres Petting Zoo will be bringing some of their favorite friendly mini barnyard friends for you to pet and adore. If you are looking at adding to your family, the Wisconsin Humane Society Door County Campus will be holding a cat and kitten adoption during THE Pet Event.  

Dress your pet in its finest outfit because Michael Marit Photography will be on site taking pet portraits for a $5 donation to the Wisconsin Humane Society Door County Campus.

Stop by and find out how doTerra Essential Oils can be used with your pets. 

Plus, Door County’s own pet psychic, Gale Ritchey and Hope from Hopeful Paws Dog Training will also be at the event helping owners understand their furry friends.

If you get hungry Girl Scout Troop 4338 will take care of you. They will be holding a brat fry fundraiser for event goers.

Mark your calendar and bring your entire family as well as your friendly, leashed dogs to THE Pet Event at the Door County Cooperative Country Store on September 29, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Door County Cooperative Country Store next to Door County True Value at 317 Green Bay Road in Sturgeon Bay. For more info:  Door County True Value & Country Store Facebook page or visit www.DoorCountyCountryStore.com.

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Salvage

7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Peninsula Players Theatre

What some people call junk, Jason considers art. Vintage figurines, collectibles and memorabilia fill his shop. When Sarah, a quiet, attractive woman, asks Jason to look at some items, what he sees turns his world upside down. As their business relationship buds into a fun, unexpected romance, Sarah brings in even more items. As the stakes get higher, Jason faces twists and turns he never, ever expected.

SALVAGE performs at Door County’s treasured theatrical icon and America's oldest professional resident summer theater through October 14, 2018.  Buy tickets at https://www.peninsulaplayers.com/

Performances are Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m., except Sunday, September 23 and October 14 at 3 p.m.   Box Office closed on Mondays during the performance season.  Click here for more information:  http://bit.ly/Pen_Plyr_SALVAGE_Enews

Learn More

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Third Avenue Playhouse

The story of irreverent hero and Canadian WWI flying ace Billy Bishop remains one of the most critically-acclaimed Canadian plays of all time. The New York Times called it “a high flying ace of a show, capturing the humor, the hellfire, and the derring-do of an extraordinary career.” Billy Bishop calls himself “a convicted liar and cheat who was the worst student ever at the Royal Military College…. so of course they made me an officer.” The music is comprised of martial arts, barracks room ditties, Kiplingesque tunes of glory, Gilbert and Sullivan-like patter songs and a bitter brew of Brecht-Weill. 
 
In his heyday, no one was more famous in Canada than Billy Bishop, a pugnacious young pilot from Owen Sound, who was the terror of the skies during World War I. Eric Peterson and John MacLachlan Gray’s buoyant celebration of this complex man has a rich, nearly 40-year history of touring nationally and internationally. 
 

Visit the TAP box office across from the theatre  in historic downtown Sturgeon Bay (234 North Third Avenue)  Or call TAP at (920) 743 1760.  The office is open 12-5 Tues.-Friday.  Theater box office opens one hour prior to performance.

General Admission is $28 and student tickets are $12.

Learn More
Sep
30

September 30, 2018

Salvage

7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Peninsula Players Theatre

What some people call junk, Jason considers art. Vintage figurines, collectibles and memorabilia fill his shop. When Sarah, a quiet, attractive woman, asks Jason to look at some items, what he sees turns his world upside down. As their business relationship buds into a fun, unexpected romance, Sarah brings in even more items. As the stakes get higher, Jason faces twists and turns he never, ever expected.

SALVAGE performs at Door County’s treasured theatrical icon and America's oldest professional resident summer theater through October 14, 2018.  Buy tickets at https://www.peninsulaplayers.com/

Performances are Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m., except Sunday, September 23 and October 14 at 3 p.m.   Box Office closed on Mondays during the performance season.  Click here for more information:  http://bit.ly/Pen_Plyr_SALVAGE_Enews

Learn More

BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Third Avenue Playhouse

The story of irreverent hero and Canadian WWI flying ace Billy Bishop remains one of the most critically-acclaimed Canadian plays of all time. The New York Times called it “a high flying ace of a show, capturing the humor, the hellfire, and the derring-do of an extraordinary career.” Billy Bishop calls himself “a convicted liar and cheat who was the worst student ever at the Royal Military College…. so of course they made me an officer.” The music is comprised of martial arts, barracks room ditties, Kiplingesque tunes of glory, Gilbert and Sullivan-like patter songs and a bitter brew of Brecht-Weill. 
 
In his heyday, no one was more famous in Canada than Billy Bishop, a pugnacious young pilot from Owen Sound, who was the terror of the skies during World War I. Eric Peterson and John MacLachlan Gray’s buoyant celebration of this complex man has a rich, nearly 40-year history of touring nationally and internationally. 
 

Visit the TAP box office across from the theatre  in historic downtown Sturgeon Bay (234 North Third Avenue)  Or call TAP at (920) 743 1760.  The office is open 12-5 Tues.-Friday.  Theater box office opens one hour prior to performance.

General Admission is $28 and student tickets are $12.

Learn More
Oct
2

October 2, 2018

Salvage

7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Peninsula Players Theatre

What some people call junk, Jason considers art. Vintage figurines, collectibles and memorabilia fill his shop. When Sarah, a quiet, attractive woman, asks Jason to look at some items, what he sees turns his world upside down. As their business relationship buds into a fun, unexpected romance, Sarah brings in even more items. As the stakes get higher, Jason faces twists and turns he never, ever expected.

SALVAGE performs at Door County’s treasured theatrical icon and America's oldest professional resident summer theater through October 14, 2018.  Buy tickets at https://www.peninsulaplayers.com/

Performances are Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m., except Sunday, September 23 and October 14 at 3 p.m.   Box Office closed on Mondays during the performance season.  Click here for more information:  http://bit.ly/Pen_Plyr_SALVAGE_Enews

Learn More