Door County Buy Local will present the next monthly Business Networking Mixer on Wednesday, March 6, from 5:30 – 7 pm at Orchard Country Winery and Market in Fish Creek.
The event will feature a presentation on the Door County Wine Trail by Tim Lawrie, a behind-the-scenes tour of the Orchard Country market and production facility, and will also provide an update about the status and activities of the Door County Buy Local program.
To join Door County Buy Local or to check out the event schedule, visit the Buy Local website at www.doorcounty-buylocal.com. The site also features a searchable database of Door County businesses and service providers.
Orchard Country Winery & Market is one of the peninsula’s oldest established family farms located at 9197 Highway 42 in Fish Creek. The winery and market is open from 9 am – 6 pm daily; 9 am – 5 pm on Sundays and offers winery tours daily at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm. For additional information call 866.946.3263 or visit www.orchardcountry.com.
The networking event is open to anyone interested in learning more about the Buy Local initiative in Door County. Attendees are asked to make a $5 donation to help defray costs; refreshments and appetizers will be served. To RSVP for this event by Friday, March 1 or if you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920.743.3113 ext. 200.
Please note: Buy Local mixers are now the first Wednesday of the month!
The Door County Buy Local program is a grass-roots economic development initiative that seeks to strengthen local businesses, increase employment opportunities and educate the public about the importance of buying locally whenever possible.
The Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC) is a public/private partnership dedicated to improving the economic vitality of the county and its residents. Founded in 1989, DCEDC has been successful in helping existing businesses create and retain thousands of jobs through a myriad of programs and initiatives. Additionally, DCEDC places strong emphasis on fostering entrepreneurial instincts in county residents as well as those who vacation on the Door County Peninsula. Door County Economic Development Corporation offices are located within the small business incubator DCEDC founded in 1997 at 185 East Walnut Street in the Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park.