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Harbor Angler Report, June 14th

A fun local bass tournament and searching the lake for salmon. Just another week in Door County. 

Harbor Angler Report, June 7th

Rainbow trout can be hard to locate this time of year, but it is worth the effort. 

Harbor Angler Report, May 25th

If you want to top your personal best for smallmouth bass, this is the time the year to do it in Door County. 

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DCA Presents Screenings of Lord of the Rings I, II, and III

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February Programs at The Ridges

If you plan to participate in this year’s Great Backyard Bird Count , February 12 - 15, The Ridges invites you to share stories over snacks and hot chocolate at the Great Backyard Bird County Celebration on February 13.

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January Nature Programs Feature Hikes, Story Hour & New Winter Art & Lecture Series at The Ridges Sanctuary

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DCA Rings in Holiday Season with Cantus: Voices of Christmas

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MERRY-TIME FESTIVAL OF THE TREES’ RETURNS AT MARITIME MUSEUM

After a successful third season in 2014 in which forty-two festively decorated trees could be found throughout the Door County Maritime Museum, the “Merry-Time Festival of Trees” returns in 2015.

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Community Visit and Design Workshop Coming to Baileys Harbor Nov 5-7

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Taste of Lighthouse Festival Being Offered In Early October

Reacting to the popularity of the Lighthouse Festival each June, the Door County Maritime Museum is offering a couple of its most popular tours Columbus Day weekend. These fantastic nautical adventures will take place October 10-11 with discounts being offered for museum members.

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Lace ‘em Up at the new Hey Hey 5k Sept. 26 in Baileys Harbor

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Last Minute Rooms for Baileys Harbor's Autumnfest September 25-27!

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Late Summer Hikes Among Upcoming Programs at The Ridges

September often gets a bad rap for signaling the end of summer, but it also ushers in some of the best weather for hiking and gives rise to an abundance of asters, one of autumn’s most colorful wildflowers.

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