Sister Bay Fall Fest 2023 – Door Country – If there’s a weekend on the peninsula in the next month, you’ll find a holiday.
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Sister Bay Fall Fest 2023
Of course, the county has other special fall festivals. Notably, the Door County Maritime Museum’s Fall Lighthouse Festival will be held from September 30th to October 2nd at lighthouses throughout the county and in Kewaunee and Algoma. And Hugel House Restaurant in Ellison Bay is celebrating its fourth anniversary with its German menu and seasonal menu. September 24 is Oktoberfest.
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But the festivals listed below are just a few of the businesses and community members stepping up to offer a variety of entertainment for visitors of all ages before the tourist season ends.
Anniversary of the Cherry is the Visitor Center’s 22nd annual street art project, with 25 sculpted cherries decorated, painted and reimagined by local artists and groups and displayed throughout the city throughout the summer. During the Harvest Festival, the cherries will be auctioned online, with the auction ending at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Auctions are conducted through the Handbid app, which provides auction notifications. There is a link where people can see photos of the cherries on the Harvest Festival page on the Destination Storm Bay website.
For those who didn’t get a chance to see the Cherry Festival on the city’s sidewalks, they’ll move to Martin Park at 3 p.m. to invite the artists who created them to meet the public and talk about their work. .
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One of the most popular holiday events of the year is the 16th Annual Harvest Festival Car Show, hosted by the Old Bolt Car Club on South Third Street, with more than 100 antique, classic and custom cars expected starting at 8 a.m. Awards ceremony at 4:00 p.m. For an exhibit or more information, visit oldboltscarclub.org.
The car club will also hold a “Tour of the Bay” parade the night before. At 5.30 p.m. On Friday, the parade floats will depart from the Door County Fairgrounds, drive through downtown, cross the Michigan Avenue Bridge, cross the canal at the Maple-Oregon Bridge, and stop at Martin Park.
The festival also features craft exhibits, food stalls, in-store specials, children’s activities and live music and entertainment. Special craft beers from Starboard Brewing will be on tap in front of the North Third Street Brewery for an afternoon, followed by a 1:00 p.m. beer-tipping contest — don’t laugh until you try.
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Harvest Festival begins at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 17th. All events are open Third Street will be closed to traffic from Jefferson Street to Pennsylvania Avenue. For more information, visit Sturgeon Bay, 36 Third Street. Call 920-743-6246. Or visit sturgeonbay.net.
The Baileys Port Community Association focused its fall festival on the big car and motorcycle show, but it took a twist with the sixth annual Pin Ups & Pistons photo shoot as part of the show.
All of this photography includes old hot rods, vintage car or bicycle front-end shots, artwork that appears in calendars and magazines, and 1940s and 50s models dressed up in clothing and hairstyles. and around cars. Photo shoots will be held during the show and visitors will be able to meet the models.
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The car show is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Awards will be announced at 3pm, with trophies for best car or bike in all 12 categories, people’s choice, emergency vehicle, best in show and Louis Oldenburg best in show motorcycle. Admission is $10. Registration is open until 11 a.m. in advance or at the show.
Opening at 8 a.m. is another popular event, the 7th Annual Hey Hey 5 Croon, named after a favorite line by the late local legend and “King of Polka” Freddie Kodanko. The race starts and ends at Door County Brewing Co., Ltd., and participants will receive a special Door County Brewery. Get 5 Hey Hey pint glasses (free refills from the brewery) and 5 Hey Hey shirts.
Runners can register at the brewery from 6 to 9 p.m. The night before the event or 7 am. For more information visit heyhey5k.com or email [email protected].
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The fall festival features live music by local blue-rock favorites Big Mouth and Power Horn, and an arts and crafts fair starts at 11 a.m. and runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The second day, September 25, is the regularly scheduled Sunday Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Most of the fall festival events are held at Kendall Park and City Hall, along Interstate 57 and F County. For more information, call 920-839-2366 or visit baileysharbor.doorcounty.com.
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Sponsored by the Eggport Business Association, the long-running, family-friendly festival highlights seasonal pumpkins and scarecrows throughout Eggport as the entire town turns into a pumpkin patch on the Saturday and Sunday leading up to Columbus Day.
In addition to looking at pumpkins and gourds, kids can enjoy the carnival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Join us on October 8th for activities, inflatable games, face painting and entertainment on the lawn outside Kress Pavilion at the Egg Harbor Marina every day. Children’s art programs and face painting are available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. October 9
Both days, adults and families alike can enjoy music at the Harbor View Park and the Zadetellers Arts and Crafts Fair at Nicollet Bank. There is also a selfie station on the Kress Hall lawn.
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The park, which overlooks Green Bay, will feature food and beverage stations along with the festival’s Saturday bucket drawing, with prizes donated by community members. Drawing begins at 3:30 p.m. Prize must be redeemed by 4pm on the same day.
On the Saturday of the festival, the open-air bird park will host a meet-and-greet with some of the rehabilitated and resident crickets there.
At 76 years old, the “grandfather” of Door County community festivals is not only the oldest but also the largest on the Peninsula, attracting approximately 35,000 to 40,000 visitors to its various Fall Festival events over three seasons. A few days, according to the Association for the Promotion of Sister Bay.
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Details for this year’s festival are being worked out at the time of this writing, but three of its main highlights are back this year: the festival’s fall festival parade on Saturday, derby races on Sunday morning, and the popular ping pong ball drop that ends the weekend on Sunday afternoon.
Organizers say the parade is the largest in Door County. with the city.
Oct. 16 at 9:30 a.m. The derby features gravity-powered soapbox derby-style racers for youth ages 7 to 13. The event has long been part of the Fall Festival, but disappeared for a while before being brought back as part of last year’s 75th anniversary celebration.
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Throwing a ping pong ball is exactly what it sounds like. Thousands of ping pong balls are released from downtown rooftops and fall on people’s heads at 2:30 p.m. On Sunday, 75% of them take the name of a local business. These balls can then be redeemed at named trades.
Along with these events, family entertainment, children’s games, music and local food will be available as always, and the annual arts and crafts fair will be held over three days with more than 100 artisans. The traditional Sisterhood of the Lions Club fish boil is held on Friday night and a barbecue on Saturday.