GIBRALTAR TALKS are held 7 pm at the Old Town Hall.
4176 Maple Street, Fish Creek
White Gull Gals - The Redmann Years
JUNE 20, 2019
White Gull alumnae are gathering to share the stories and memories from the fifties and sixties. Recently graduated high schoolers as well as college students—primarily women—would look to the Door County tour`ist season to provide summer employment in a beautiful setting. We have several “gals” who worked at the White Gull Inn between 1959 and 1963, when the establishment was run by Andy and Elsie Redmann, willing to share their experiences as staff in those early years.
JULY 11, 2019
From the time the Schreiber Family first appeared in Door County in the mid 1800’s to the present day, its involvement and contribution to the fabric of the town and the preservation of its history has been notable. Join us as we share some of the history and memories of this long-time Door County family.
LIVING HISTORY DEMONSTRATION
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A History of Paint
August 29, 2019
Andrea Kinsey-Jauquet was born in 1943 and grew up in Fish Creek. Returning home after retirement and dismayed by the burgeoning condo developments, she began painting the familiar building of Fish Creek she so fondly remembers; some still standing, but many lost to :the newer” Fish Creek. Her paintings and stories take you back to the 1950’s and 60’s in a small, quiet tourist town. She invites you to share her memories.
September 30, 2019
Curiosity and love for a bye gone era, is the reason for a presentation on the Goodrich ship line history and a display of notable Goodrich ship collection. Green Bay resident Jim Baye will share his fascination with Goodrich ships, his collection and stories connected to some notable pieces. Goodrich ships line was founded in 1868 as a Chicago-Milwaukee transportation service and eventually delivering summer guests to beautiful Door County.