What’s good about Sister Bay? the next tented event in beautiful Waterfront Park will be the annual dinner-dance fundraiser for the Door County Humane Society.
“Rock and Roll for the Shelter” will welcome guests with a vintage car show from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Aug. 5. There may even be an Elvis sighting down by the red ’57 Cadillac.
Attendees are invited to costume in 1950s and ’60s era clothing. (You can just come to my closet.)
There will be delicious samplings of food from various Door County restaurants, ’50s and ’60s music by WhozPlayin?, dance demonstrations, an an evening of merriment for a good cause.
Call (920) 746-1111, Ext. 4, for tickets. the total number of tickets available is 300, and they have sold out all previous events.
I remember the term “dinner-dance” so well from the past. it was a way of life for fundraising and always a good time. I like to see these entertaining events instead of the note that says “hand me a donation.”
The Health & Wellness Cabinet of Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church will present the third in its series on strokes at 4 p.m. Sunday.
This presentation will deal with the various therapies that are given after a stroke. it is called “Coming Back From a Stroke” and will be presented by Deb Whitelaw-Gorski, who is the chief physical therapist at Ministry Door County Medical Center.
The seminar will be held at Stella Maris-St. Rosalia’s Catholic church in Sister Bay. the presentation is free and all are welcome.
Youth Alive dinner
The third annual Youth Alive shrimp and steak dinner is scheduled for Aug. 3 at Stella Maris-St. Rosalia’s Parish Sister Bay.
Serving will be from 4:15 to 7:15 p.m. and the menu will include salad, potatoes, made-to-order strip steak, colossal shrimp, dessert and beverage.
Reservations are required by calling Marv Leppert at (920) 854-2546 or Ed Schmidt at (920) 854-2540. no walk-ins will be accepted. the cost of $20 will go toward future youth activities at Stella Maris Parish.
The Sister Bay Lions will sponsor the 37th annual Door County Antique show July 28-30 at Gibraltar High School in Fish Creek.
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It will feature 35 professional antique dealers from the Midwest with the $5 admission charge being good for all three days. this traditional event of the Lions helps raise funds for the Leader Dogs for the Blind program.
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