October 2014
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Northern Door Health and Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming on "Life After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis: Support and Resources for Healing and Recovery." Presented by Kris  Miller, RN Breast Cancer Survivor and Trained Advocate.

Play it Forward Benefit Concert Scandia Village
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM

On Sunday, October 26 at 2 p.m., some of Door County’s most popular musicians will gather to raise funds for the Scandia Village Partners in Compassion campaign with the second annual “Play It Forward” benefit concert at Door Community Auditorium.


This year’s lineup includes Found The Lost, Julian Hagen, Deathfolk (Jess Holland and Nick Hoover), One Voice (Lynn Gudmundsen, David Hatch, and Lloyd Michalsen), Ben Larsen, poet Ralph Murre, Madisen Lutz, Dirty Deuce, Elliot Goettelman, Small Forest (Jeanne Kuhns, Marybeth Mattson, and Patrick Palmer), Last Man Standing, Larry “Thor” Thoreson, Matt Burress, and Mighty Mouth. In addition to maintaining loyal local fan bases, many of these artists tour regionally or nationally. Their music ranges from sultry R&B to classic rock to old-timey folk.


Proceeds from this year’s Play It Forward concert will benefit Partners in Compassion, a capital campaign to fund construction and remodeling work at Scandia Village, a large senior living community in Sister Bay. The campaign seeks to meet specific needs of residents and better serve the greater community by adding on to the Scandia Village campus and remodeling existing spaces. The Partners in Compassion campaign will help expand the exceptional care for which Scandia Village is known.


This year, Play it Forward is sponsored by Ministry Door County Medical Center.

No Exit
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Once again Rogue Theater presents Jean-Paul Sartre’s thought provoking “No Exit”. Three people - two women and a man - find themselves in a sparsely furnished room.  The lights are always on, there are no mirrors, but there’s plenty of heat.  Though there is a door, they come to realize there is really No Exit for any of them – for eternity. They find themselves with nothing to do except interact with each another and participate in exposing each individual’s darkest, most damning secrets.  Twists and turns between characters coming to grip with why they received their sentences, only to conclude that “Hell is – other people.”

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by calling The Depot PAC at 920-818-0816.  Directed by Bill Bauernfeind, featuring cast members Marcel Bruyere, Carrie Counihan, Pam Johnson and Renee Kujawski…this could be your ultimate horror story.

“Life After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis: Support and Resources for Healing and Recovery”
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues it’s Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming presentation, “Life After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis: Support and Resources for Healing and Recovery” presented by Kris Miller, RN, a Breast Cancer Survivor and Trained Advocate, on Sunday, October 26th, at 4:00 P M at First Baptist Church, Sister Bay.

Breast Cancer is the most common cancer among women in Wisconsin – nearly one-third of all cancer diagnosed in women.  Some breast cancer risk factors, such as family history, cannot be changed. However, a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer may be reduced by staying physically active, maintaining a healthy body weight and limiting alcohol use. Management of risk factors may help some women decrease their chances of being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Come hear how you can find the resources for physical and emotional recovery after a breast cancer diagnosis by attending this Community Health Information Program.

Visit our website:   www.NorthernDoorHealthWellness.com