New Door County property listings, price improvements and Door County news for Labor Day 2021.
Labor Day Door County Style
Labor Day weekend always signals the end of summer and start of fall. Don’t count summer out yet though!
Labor Day is observed the first Monday in September each year and intended to be a celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers. On June 28th, 1984, Congress passed the act making the first Monday of September each year a legal holiday—Labor Day.
While many have the day as a day-off, in Door County there are a lot of people who are working that day to provide excellent service to us as we shop, dine, and enjoy the weekend. Be patient with your servers especially this Labor Day weekend.
Door County Farmer’s Markets
The next month and one-half will offer a plethora of garden produce at farmer’s markets around the Door, along with organic meats, fresh florals, and arts & crafts of all kinds.
Check out a list of market’s this week here, the first being Tuesday 9:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m at Lakeside Park in Jacksonport.
Get Out On The Water
We’ll continue to see some nice warm & sunny days. Take the opportunity to get out on the lake with a kayak tour. The Cave Point Cave Tour is among the most popular. Launch your kayak at Schauer Park in Jacksonport. No kayak? Book a tour with Peninsula Kayak Company downtown Jacksonport.
A Mammoth Comes to Sturgeon Bay
If you didn’t have the opportunity to see the giant mammoth metal sculpture at Edgewood Orchard Gallery in Fish Creek, you can see him now in Sturgeon Bay at the old railroad spur. A very interesting process getting him there!!
Check out the placement on Facebook:
Adopt a Soldier – Door County
Have you heard of Door County Adopt a Soldier? The Adopt-a-Soldier Door County Program is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing our serving men & women from Door and Kewaunee Counties with care packages throughout the year. We also provide support for veterans in need.
This is a feel-good story about helping a local vet in need. Our news media are filled with these each week–which is one reason Door County is a great place to live!!