July 2015
34th DAIRY BREAKFAST
6:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Farm fresh all-you-can-eat breakfast, (rain or shine).  Menu includes: Pancakes, Staats' maple syrup, scrambled eggs with ham and cheese, Renard's cheese curds, BelGioioso cheese samples, milk and butter, Cherry Delite cherry juice, Cherryland Best cherry juice, Orchard Country apple juice, Hyline Orchard cherry sauce, DeBaker's strawberries, Schopf's homemade ice cream, Door County Coffee

Ages 7 & up $8

Kids 6 & under free

Live Music, hay rides, petting zoo & farming equipment from the past will be on display. 

All proceeds made from the breakfast will go to FFA student scholarships

Sponsored by the Sevastopol FFA Alumni

BE A BLACKSMITH FOR A DAY
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A BLACKSMITH FOR A DAY

 

 Al Briggs who is a Master Blacksmith, has given a number of talks at the KCHS History Center about the restoration of many pieces of antique machinery, along with a doctor’s buggy. Al and his sidekick Don Brusky  are now ready to respond to the frequently made statement to them “I’D LIKE TO TRY THAT ONCE”   they are offering a chance for anyone who would like to get hands on teaching from eight blacksmiths,  the opportunity to make their own decorative piece to take home.  So if you want to tell your grandkids that you were a ”BLACKSMITH FOR A DAY”, you can come  to the Heritage Farm site, located 5 miles south of Kewaunee on Hwy 42 from 9 am until 4 pm on Saturday July 25, 2015. Admission is free and food will be available. A small teaching fee will be charged to cover the cost of materials.  If you need more information call Al Briggs at 920-487-3884 or Don Brusky at 920-606-1674.  

For more information:
Arletta Bertrand
(920) 845-2972
OLDE-FASHION HYMN SING
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Zion United Methodist Church will hold an olde-fashion hymn sing at 5 p.m. Sunday, July 5.  Begun in 1993 at the 140-year-old country church, the activity features old-time hymns picked by the audience.   

 The Rev. Don Heeringa, a former Zion pastor, will serve as song leader.  The entire community is invited to attend.  Past hymn sings have attracted as many as 146 people from 13 different religious denominations.

 The free-will offering will go to Coventry Care, a Sister Bay clinic started last year by an MD and an advanced practice nurse prescriber, who provide health care to those who ordinarily couldn’t afford it.

Since 2002, Zion’s Hymn Sings have raised nearly $24,000 for local agencies that benefit the people of Door County

 Refreshments will be served.  The Rev. Michael Morris is Zion’s new pastor, effective July 1.