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The White Lace Inn May 2005 Newsletter
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Daffodils are sprouting
in the morning dew
Robin hunts his breakfast
under skies of blue

Yes, daffodils are sprouting all around the Door County peninsula. It’s spring! The trees are blossoming, the grass is green and the sky is blue. What a beautiful time for a drive along the shore of Green Bay through the villages of Egg Harbor, Fish Creek and Sister Bay. Take time to climb the tower at Peninsula State Park and look down at tree tops just beginning to burst into new leaf. The splash of spring pastels painting the tree tops at this time of year is breathtaking. Turn south and follow the lake shore through Baileys Harbor and Jacksonport, picking up Glidden Drive south of Cave Point Park and ride through the woodlands to see the wild flowers: violets, trilliums, spring beauty, lady slippers and others which rival the daffodils, tulips, cherry and apple blossoms. A ride to Door County is worth your time for the scenery, but stay awhile and experience some of the special events planned for May.

First, take a website tour of the White Lace Inn to see our 18 private rooms many with whirlpools and automatic gas fireplaces. Check out the Garden House with six rooms with real wood fireplaces. Remember winter rates continue through June 18. Choose a room then call toll free 877-948-5223 and talk to Dennis and Bonnie or anyone of the White Lace Inn family to make your reservation. When you check in, our innkeepers, Mary, Marcia or Cherie will show you to your room. After you are settled in, come to the parlor to enjoy a cup of coffee, tea or cider and a White Lace Inn cookie while you look through our basket of menus from the many fine restaurants in the area. The innkeepers will help you with directions to the restaurant of your choice and the place of your evening entertainment. Maybe take in one of the many fine features at the Third Avenue Playhouse.

Weekends in May are filled with many interesting things to do:



On May 14 tour the Sturgeon Bay Shipyards located on First Avenue and visit with their staff to learn about area shipbuilding. For information call 920-743-6246.

Visit the Door County Maritime Museum to check out the new exhibit, "Sails to Steam" or tour Door County Lighthouses on May 21-22. For more information phone 920-743-5958.or visit www.dcmm.org

The Door County Shepherds Market May 21-22 at Whitefish Bay Farm is Northeast Wisconsin’s oldest fiber event. See black and white sheep grazing on the hillsides and check out the fiber arts displayed in the old granary. www.whitefishbayfarm.com

Baileys Harbor Arts and Crafts show and Sister Bay Blossom Festival are also on May 21. For more on these events and to learn of others visit www.doorcounty.com calendar of events.

May 28-29 tour the 7th annual Market Square Fine Art Fair to see the fabulous art for sale and enjoy the food and entertainment. www.sturgeonbay.net or call 800-301-6695

June offers a multitude of activities that will be highlighted in next month's newsletter but plan on A Kingdom So Delicious countywide all month, a Steel Bridge Song Fest, concerts in the park and more.

Then after a day of celebrating spring in Door County, return to the Inn and enjoy a relaxing soak in your private whirlpool with a comforting fire in the fireplace and rest peacefully in your king or queen size bed. In the morning, eat a hearty White Lace Inn breakfast and return home refreshed with the memory and the essences of a Door County spring.

Consider an evening at the TAP our Third Avenue Playhouse just a few blocks from the Inn.

This month at The Third Avenue Playhouse :

May 11 - 15 The Laramie Project - Isadoora Theatre: A true story of an American town in the wake of the murder of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard. Mature themes. Not recommended for children.

May 21 Songs of the Great Lakes - DCMM & LPS presents: Singer, sailor and balladeer, Carl Behrend with songs inspired by the people, legends and historical record of the Great Lakes
Note: 8:00 PM Tickets $15 in advance / $18 after April 30

May 27 Living Up to Memorial Day - Isadoora Theatre: War letters, poems and music are featured in a salute to those who served during our nation's most challenging times.


Visit the Dancing Bear Gift Shop for the Manager’s Special on Hadley ceramic plates.

Fans of Hadley pottery will be happy to hear all in stock 6,8,9 & 11 inch Angel and Cherub Hadley plates are on sale at 50% off. Try to get there early, for the manager says, “When they’re gone they’re gone!”

The staff at the Dancing Bear is busy un-packing new merchandise daily including new kitchen linens, new bath products and fragrances.  Do you have your Trake?  Come in and see what the excitement is all about!

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