Movies...Meat...& More!


                                                              Photo - Heather Goodwin

Off Island...

People ask all sorts of questions when they visit.  One topic: How often does one leave the Island? When was the last time "off the Island"? There are people who consider it a badge of honor as to how long they have been here.... Husband Lew would fall into that category. I tend to venture off on a fairly regular basis.  There are a few things that are a challenge to find here. New movies can fall into that category.  The other day, while off for a couple of days, I enjoyed a recently released film and considered it quite a treat. We do have Internet, satelite, and Netflix so viewing movies is possible...the Door County Interlibrary Loan is pretty great too. This Spring, Trueblood Performing Arts Center started to show films. It's a nice addition to happenings here.... The next one is Hunger Games on Saturday, September 2. Okay, so it is PG-13. I suggest Googling the book/movie to make an informed decision. Thanks to the TPAC for adding Movies to their performance schedule!

Death's Door Barbeque is Here! - Friday/Saturday August 24/25

The first official Death’s Door Bar-B-Q - at the Washington Island Airport - a KCBS-Sanctioned Competition.

Registered Competitors arrive and start cooking Friday, August 24th. Death’s Door Bar-B-Q opens to the public on Saturday, August 25th from 10am – 7:30pm with free admission, arts & crafts, kids’ activities, live music, food vendors, and of course – BBQ - Chicken, Pork, Pork Ribs, and Beef Brisket - as sold by competitors.  The finale of the the Death’s Door BBQ contest -  a performance by the Fatum Brothers Jazz Orchestra at the Trueblood Performing Arts Center, Saturday, August 25, at 5:30 p.m.

At The Red Barn...

Best of Summer Jams: Banjo Dan & Friends - Friday - August 24 - 7:00pm

Coming to the Island...

Eli Mattson - Sunday - August 26 - in Concert - 7:30 pm - Yes, this event is also at the TPAC! Looking forward to this!

Reading over this post, it seems the TPAC is the place to be this week - well almost! It is true the Trueblood Performing Arts Center is back in action and that is nice to see .... I do enjoy a trip Off Island once in a while ... I think in some ways, I think it allows me to appreciate the Island even more. Enjoy your week!






and don't be sorry.

-----Jack Kerouac