You can enjoy a traditional meal and community event with over 80 years of history in Sturgeon Bay this coming week. The United Methodist Church Men’s Club is hosting the Lumberjack Dinner on Wednesday, January 25th, with dine-in seating for the first time in three years. Event co-chair and Sturgeon Bay Mayor David Ward says the tradition dates back to accommodating the crews on furlough that worked on Great Lakes freighters docked in Sturgeon Bay during the winter.
A limited number of 500 tickets are available at the church office, online, or at the door. Over 50 volunteers will serve the Lumberjack Dinner in the church’s Fellowship Hall with carry-outs available starting at 3 pm and dine-in from 4 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Mayor Ward will act as the host and seat everyone attending as well.