May
3
Fri
Fulton Dutch Days @ Fulton Dutch Days
May 3 @ 10:00 am – May 5 @ 4:00 pm

The Dutch Days Festival is a wonderful event for friends and family. It’ll include arts and crafts vendors; food and concession stands; windmill tours; Dutch dancing and costumes; antique tractor display; Dutch treasures display; heritage canyon w/early American crafters; Hindeloopen painting demo and sales; parade; and of course Dutch wooden shoe carving demonstrations. Festival Hours: 9am-7pm both days

May
11
Sat
Portage County Heritage Festival @ Portage County Heritage Festival
May 11 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Portage County Cultural Festival is a 1-day event designed to celebrate ethnic diversity in Portage County, Wisconsin. Over the past 20+ years, the festival has grown beyond our founders’ wildest dreams. Each year, the event attracts approximately 10,000 people of all ages and cultural backgrounds. As one of the premier cultural festivals in the Midwest, the Portage County Cultural Festival is attracting more exhibitors, food vendors, entertainers and attendees from a wider geographic area. The Portage County Cultural Festival provides an opportunity to sample food, music, folk dances, native crafts and children’s games from around the world. Most importantly, this event provides the opportunity for people of different cultures to get together for a day of fun, food, and learning.

May
25
Sat
Chocolate Fest @ Chocolate Fest
May 25 @ 10:00 am – May 27 @ 8:00 pm

ChocolateFest focus is on family fun thru a carnival like atmosphere filled with roving performers, a wide variety of bands and entertainment, lumber jacks, puppet shows, candy wrapper fashion show, chocolate carving contests, vendor demonstrations, samples, great food, rides, and tons of chocolate!

From its beginnings 30 years ago, some things have not changed. ChocolateFest is still run entirely by volunteers to serve as a conduit for civic groups, charities and non-profit groups to join forces and generate revenue that will benefit their cause. We are proud of what ChocolateFest represents … a community of “givers” supporting area causes.

Jun
15
Sat
Fyr Ball @ Fyr Bal Festival
Jun 15 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Celebrate the transition of spring into summer on the shoreline of Eagle Harbor! Embrace Ephraim’s Scandinavian heritage with a fun-filled day of music, dancing, crafts, artisans and much more! Live bands provide festive entertainment throughout the festival. As the sun sets, a bonfire is lit to represent the burning of the “Winter Witch” and welcome the long days of summer. A fireworks display over Eagle Harbor brings the festival to a dramatic close leaving spectators excited to return next year.

Jul
26
Fri
Holland Fest @ Holland Fest
Jul 26 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Cedar Grove, WI was formed when survivors of the Phoenix disaster washed up on Amsterdam beach in 1845. These Dutch immigrants founded Cedar Grove, Wisconsin four years later in 1849. The descendants of these founders wanted to find a way to celebrate their Dutch heritage. The Holland Festival was born. The party included Dutch costumes, Dutch food, Klompen dancing, street sweeping, music, and a parade down Main Street. Now, more than 70 years of celebration later, these beloved Dutch traditions are alive and well. We annually welcome a diverse crowd of thousands to our small town the last Friday/Saturday weekend of July. People from around the world come to join in on the fun. In fact, we quadruple our town’s population during these two days every July! Come and celebrate with us this year; we can’t wait to say, “Welkom!”

Jul
27
Sat
Holland Fest @ Holland Fest
Jul 27 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Cedar Grove, WI was formed when survivors of the Phoenix disaster washed up on Amsterdam beach in 1845. These Dutch immigrants founded Cedar Grove, Wisconsin four years later in 1849. The descendants of these founders wanted to find a way to celebrate their Dutch heritage. The Holland Festival was born. The party included Dutch costumes, Dutch food, Klompen dancing, street sweeping, music, and a parade down Main Street. Now, more than 70 years of celebration later, these beloved Dutch traditions are alive and well. We annually welcome a diverse crowd of thousands to our small town the last Friday/Saturday weekend of July. People from around the world come to join in on the fun. In fact, we quadruple our town’s population during these two days every July! Come and celebrate with us this year; we can’t wait to say, “Welkom!”

Aug
3
Sat
Wood Carver Show @ Wood Carver Show
Aug 3 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Area carvers show their carvings and compete in Novice, Intermediate and open class with ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. $25 will be awarded to 1st place winners. A Best-of-Show, selected by the public and one by fellow carvers, will be awarded with a ribbon and with $50. Supplies and wood for carving will be available. Carvers will have carvings for sale and there will be a silent auction. Food is available at the Café LaBelle.

Sep
28
Sat
Green Lake Harvest Fest @ Green Lake Harvest Fest
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – Sep 29 @ 4:00 pm

Weekend of activities including: craft fair, farmers market, antique/classic car show, parade, food faire, games, live music & entertainment, raffle, silent auction, & much more!

Oct
5
Sat
Lost Arts Festival @ Grohmann Museum
Oct 5 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Grohmann Museum hosts its tenth annual festival celebrating the activities and ways of work captured in the paintings and bronzes in the museum’s permanent collection. Blacksmiths, shoe carvers, spinners, lace makers, sculptors, master painters, a luthier and glass founder all share their expertise and demonstrate their techniques as the Grohmann Museum becomes a laboratory for the creation of Lost Arts. The museum’s docents will provide hands-on demonstrations and further insight into the collection.

Oct
18
Fri
Sister Bay Fall Fest @ Sister Bay Fall Fest
Oct 18 @ 10:00 am – Oct 20 @ 3:00 pm

The tradition lives on at Sister Bay’s 74th annual Fall Festival, Friday, October 18-20, 2019. Join us for 3 days of family fun, kids games, great music, local food and our huge Arts & Crafts Fair. The Lion’s Club Classic Car Show and Fish Boil are yearly favorites along with Saturday’s Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast followed by our annual Fall Fest Parade. We’re looking forward to seeing you again this year!

Fall Fest Art & Crafts Fair, come to enjoy the beauty of Door County’s fall colors and stroll Sister Bay’s Fall Fest Arts & Crafts Fair. Over 100 different artisan’s creations and high-quality handmade crafts. The fair has everything you ever wanted and more; mixed media, fine photography, wood carvers, furniture, unique jewelry, cozy mittens & sweaters, customized signs, and fine milled soaps & lotions. Be sure to watch the Wooden Shoe carver and the Chain Saw carver. 10am-5pm Friday and Saturday and 10am-3pm on Sunday on Mill Rd during Fall Fest.

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