New Investors Plan To Reopen the Ladder House in Sturgeon Bay

Sturgeon Bay’s former Ladder House bar and restaurant, located in the historic fire station building on South Third Avenue gets a new lease on life. The Sturgeon Bay City Council approved a $200,000 loan that will permit a local management team comprised of Ken Glasheen, Paul Salm and Steve Sauter to buy the property. Under […] Read more »

Enjoy a Cup of Tea at Glas

During the entire month of January, Glas Coffeehouse, located in the Cellcom Building at Maple and Oregon Streets in Sturgeon Bay is partnering with United Way. For each cup of tea sold, 20% of the price will be donated to United Way of Door County. Stop in during this frigid weather, enjoy a cup of […] Read more »

Judges announced for DCMGA’s Taste of the Garden 7th Annual Door County Pesto Festo , Sept 7

The Door County Master Gardeners Association (DCMGA) announces judges for this year’s Pesto Festo competition, part of their upcoming and free Taste of the Garden Door celebration taking place at the UW Peninsular Research Station north of Sturgeon Bay from 1 – 4 pm on Saturday, September 7. Each year, a bountiful harvest of tasty vegetables […] Read more »

“Life is Sweet!” for Non-profit Organizations at Door County Candy

Terry Ullman, proprietor of Door County Candy, located on Historic Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, has been using the slogan “Life is Sweet!” for years now – but, his recent efforts are making it even sweeter. Terry recently launched the spring portion of his second annual Door County Candy Charitable Choice Campaign and as of […] Read more »

United Way Wednesdays at the Inn at Cedar Crossing

United Way of Door County to benefit throughout the month of March as the Inn at Cedar Crossing, located on Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, holds United Way Wednesdays. When customers have dinner at the Inn at Cedar Crossing on Wednesdays in March, 10% of the tab will go to United Way of Door County. […] Read more »