Creativity already flowing at Habitat

Artists and fans of repurposing furniture are already getting a head start on this year’s Door County Vintage Home and Garden Fair. In its second year under the current format, the outdoor event held at Lazy L Ranch in Sturgeon Bay raised thousands of dollars for Door County Habitat for Humanity to help fund their efforts to address affordable housing in the area. Executive Director David Van Dyke credits last year’s committee members for helping strike a chord with locals and tourists alike.

This year’s Door County Vintage Home and Garden Fair will return to Lazy L Ranch on August 24th. Door County Habitat for Humanity is looking for new committee members to help run this year’s event and invites people who want to give repurposing a try for charity to pick out an item for free to return in July.

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