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Sturgeon Bay Maritime Week 2021July 26, 2021
The 30th annual Door County Classic & Wooden Boat Festival (https://doorcountyclassicboatfestival.com/) August 14-15 features a remarkable assortment of historic and beautiful vessels proudly displayed by their owners or builders. The Festival also includes the popular Sikaflex Build-A-Boat Challenge.
Mariner & USCG Person of the Year – 2021July 9, 2021
The public is cordially invited to an award presentation and dinner honoring all nominees for the Mariner Award and the Sturgeon Bay Area Coast Guard Person of the Year. This special event is scheduled for Tuesday, August 10, 2021, at the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club, and is hosted by the Door County Maritime Museum, Sturgeon Bay Coast Guard Committee, and SBYC.
DCMM and Door County Library Announce New Partnership!July 8, 2021
To provide greater access to museum exhibits and programs for ALL Door County residents, DCMM family membership cards are now available for checkout at all branches of the Door County Library.
From Net To TableJune 22, 2021
The Death’s Door Maritime Museum in Gills Rock hosts a new exhibit entitled From-Net-To-Table. The photography exhibit highlights the people who are part of the contemporary Door County commercial fishing industry, Door County’s contribution to the culinary and cultural landscape of Wisconsin.
Tug Pub Pop-Up at DCMMJune 15, 2021
Join us for the final DCMM Tug Pub of 2021 on Friday, September 24 from 3-6pm. Enjoy a refreshing beverage and the view of Sturgeon Bay’s working waterfront from the Harder Family Deck at the Door County Maritime Museum (120 North Madison Avenue, Sturgeon Bay). Enjoy your beverage overlooking the historic tugboat John Purves, the working boats of the Sarter Marine Towing fleet, and the activity in the surrounding marinas and shipyards.
Float Your Boat ChallengeMay 28, 2021
Bring Door County’s maritime history and technology to life, even during this time of quarantine, and build boats for the new online competition! In partnership with the Peninsula Pulse newspaper, DCMM is launching the “Float Your Boat!” paper and cardboard boat-building challenge.