By Tim Kowols
Non-profit organizations will have a new place to host their meetings beginning next month when the Door County Community Foundation opens more of its space to the public. Door County Community Foundation staff members have been in their new offices at the former Baylake Conference Center for over a month while work continued to outfit the rest of the space to hold gatherings for as many as 85 people. President and CEO Bret Bicoy says it is fitting that their offices will host meetings inside and community events outside in its courtyard given its name.
The Door County Community Foundation will host an open house at their new location along 3rd Avenue on November 6th from 3 to 6 p.m. The foundation’s community square will be the host of the costume contest for the annual Thrills on Third event and the city’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony.