Oh man! What a crazy weekend! There was so much to do I think my wheels are still spinning! First, we had a bake sale at Baylake Bank on Friday, and then I went to Mueller’s in Egg Harbor to catch the Friday fireworks crowd. Saturday, I hung out at Baileys Harbor all day with my NDCC friends. We sold cotton candy, popcorn, freeze pops, soda and water. The Cat in the Hat even made an appearance and helped us out by selling cotton candy! I got a picture with him, too! Door County sure knows how to celebrate!
I have some fun stuff planned for the next few weeks, too! My schedule is: Wednesday, July 8 DC Deli and Sister Bay concert in the park; Thursday, July 9 Sister Bay Mobil; Friday, July 10 Fun Stuff; Saturday, July 11 Jefferson Street Festival; Sunday, July 12 Carroll House Restaurant; Monday, July 13 The Lodge; Tuesday, July 14 NDCC; Wednesday, July 15 DC Deli; Thursday, July 16 Cook Book; Friday, July 17 Door County Ice Cream Factory; Saturday, July 18 Lautenbach’s Summer Cherry Harvest Festival and Sevastopol Sesquicentennial.
In other Center news, Camp Cool is going on a field trip to Chuckee Cheese Thursday. I can’t tell you how jealous I am! I know I’ll have fun hanging out at Fun Stuff, but I’m going to miss playing with the Camp Coolers. We’re also gearing up for another big fundraiser! The Bill Bastian Memorial Bike Ride will be Saturday, Aug. 1 at Nor-Door Sports & Cyclery. It’s going to be miles of fun! There will be several different bike routes available, including one for families, a short bike route and an extended route. Lunch will also be served, with a raffle drawing following. Raffle prizes include: Adult TREK bicycle, a gift certificate to Nor-Door Sports, a gift certificate to Bayshore Outfitters for 2 adult ½ day coastal kayak adventures and a backpack from Ecology Sports. All proceeds will benefit the Center, so pre-register today and save! Pre-registration for adults is $15 or $20 day of. Children are just $10. Visit our Web site
for more information and to download a pre-registration form, or call (920) 854-4244.
If you see me around town, feel free to come say hello and check me out (I don’t bite!)! I love making new friends, so don’t be shy!