November  2014  
In This Issue
Door County Coffee & Tea Celebrates 21 Years!
 Happy Anniversary
Door County Coffee &Tea
A 21 year tradition with Eagle Harbor Inn from the start! We chose to serve Italian Roast this year-their most robust coffee!

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Growing and Strengthening the Arts
On November 20th Peninsula Arts and Humanities Alliance  will be hosting a Creative Summit.  Bringing together activists from the community and across the region to network, learn, share and strategize about the ways in which the arts and creative sector can help grow and strengthen Wisconsin, especially  Door County. Door County is home for a thriving  arts & culture community which makes it stand apart from all other major midwest resort destinations. The arts contributute to economic vitality and this Summit will address the need for 21st century education to ensure  healthy and vibrant communities with engaged residents.  

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   Calendar of  Events


Nov. 28 & 29

Holiday Home Tour in Northern Door; check out some fabulous homes with decorating ideas!

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Nov. 29
Eagle Harbor Inn's
Old Fashioned Christmas Open House  1-3
Nov. 29 Author Michael Pritzkow will be signing copies of his latest book  Morning Light  at the open house
Nov. 28 & 29
FOG Holiday Art Fair of wonderful Door County Fine Craft Gifts  

Sightings in Kewaunee
      So often we believe other older cultures are the only ones offering a tradition of belief that generate stories which compel us to travel there because we may find this missing in our current culture. The history behind this story caught our attention as it speaks to a heritage near Door County and one which might be of interest on your next trip up.     
       This story begins in Champion, Belgium were a devout young woman had promised her life to serve God until her life was upended. 
        In 1855 Adele Brise was 24 when her parents decided to emigrate to the United States. Like so many immigrants from Europe who were seeking a fresh start, they sought out a countryside that reminded them of the area they had left. The Brise Family moved to Red River, just north of Green Bay, in Kewaunee County. Her family bought 240 acres, where they began to farm their land. Adele settled into life on the farm supposing her opportunity for mission work was over. But in the fall of 1859 as she walked on a heavily wooded Indian trail she beheld an apparition of a beautiful woman in a gorgeous white robe and crown of stars which appeared between trees near the trail.  The woman did not speak and quickly disappeared.


for the rest of the story

Come for our
& Stay for the           Weekend! 
Thanksgiving Weekend traditionally kicks off the Holidays & we continue our tradition of inviting you into our Inn kitchen to claim your Gingerbred Man to decorate in lavish style! We're hosting Michael Pritzkow, who will be booksigning his very popular novel, Morning Light, with Ephraim & Eagle Harbor Inn setting the scene! Join us for stringing popcorn for the Inn tree while imbibing in our Smorgasbord of Homemade Holiday Treats!  
November 29th 1-3pm
Sweet and Sour Cabbage Soup
               with Beef-We love it!

2 lbs. of boneless      beef chuck roast
1 can(28oz.)
whole tomatoes
1 can(15oz) tomato   sauce
1 large onion, thinly sliced
2 carrots, shredded
2 lbs. green cabbage, shredded
4 c water
3/4 c sugar
1/2 c lemon juice
1 T caraway seeds
2 t salt
1 t black pepper

Slow cooker Directions:
1) Cut beef into 4 pieces. spray large skillet with nonstick spray; heat over medium-high heat. Brown meat on all sides; transfer to slow cooker. Add tomatoes, tomato sauce, onions, carrots, cabbage, water, sugar, lemon juice, caraway seeds, salt and pepper. Cover; cook on low for 6 to 8 hours.

2) Remove beef from slow cooker. Shred beef and return to slow cooker; heat through.

Makes 8-10 servings for very satisfied guests! 
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