For the second year in a row, you will be able to find opportunities to learn about Door County's history up and down the peninsula through special week-long programming.
The Heritage Alliance of Door County along with Destination Door County will present the second annual Door County History Days from June 19th to June 25th. The Boynton Chapel in Baileys Harbor, the Pottawatomie Light House Museum on Rock Island, and the Juddville Cemetery are just some of the spots being highlighted as 15 non-profit organizations throughout Door County provide 30 programs for people to attend. John Nelson from the Heritage Alliance of Door County says the event’s success last year showed that historical tourism is thriving in the area.
The event kicks off at the Miller Art Museum on Monday, June 19th at 11 a.m. with local leaders scheduled to speak, including Destination Door County’s President and CEO Julie Gilbert. You can find a listing of all of the events associated with Door County History Days by clicking this link.