Candy Bouquets at the ReStore!
Beautiful edible 'bouquets' are available at the ReStore in several themed containers including Halloween, Brewers, Packers, and more! Prices vary based on size ranging from $20-$35 plus tax. These lovely gifts were by our own Heather Thyrion with all the mugs from the ReStore.
We need YOU!
If you would like to get involved in planning and developing new and improved events, please contact Lori at LoriAllen@DoorHabitat.org.
Thank You Golf Outing Sponsors
Check our calendar often for upcoming events and happenings in the Door County Habitat community.
Thank you BOOYAH and PIE! Sponsors and Volunteers!
Thank you to Door County Medical Center for your sponsorship, and to the folks at the Belgian Heritage Center for contributing your skills and recipe! Thank you also to Gina Guth for baking the amazing Belgian Pies! Belgian Pies are available at EconoFoods.
Home Sweet Auction
THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS and Auction Participants!
Popelka Trenchard Glass, Madison Avenue Market, MacReady Artisan Bakery, Nicolet Bank, Northern Territory, Novel Bay Booksellers, Papa B's Food Truck, Peninsula Jeweler, Peninsula State Park Golf, Scenic Boat Tours Fish Creek, Sir Speedy Printing, Sweetie Pies, The Flour Pot LLC Bakes and Blooms, Verlo, White Gull Inn, White Lace Inn, Wild Cherry, Horseshoe Bay Golf Club , Bank of Luxembourg, Cherry Lanes, Dareb Jewelers, Door County Adventure Center, Door County Interiors, Door County KOA , Door County Maritime Museum, Door County Medical Center, Door County Nature Works, Door County Trolley, Door County YMCA, Door Landscaping , Door Peninsula Winery, Fiddler's Farm, Green Bay Packers, Havegard Bird Feed, Jellystone Campground, Lashes by Nealy, May's Sport Center, McDonald's.
Artists Support Door County Habitat
Ardus DuBois is a self taught artist as is her daughter, Sherry. They share the shop that is filled to the brim with their many original pieces re-purposed or upcycled for a second life. I asked Sherry where they discover the raw materials for their artistry and she answered simply “everywhere including the Habitat ReStore.”
“Supporting Habitat is a natural for us; since they are all about building homes for people and we’re all about decorating them.”
Ardus and her daughter happily participate in the bird house and butterfly house projects and look forward contributing to the continuing success of Habitat for Humanity. Their shop is located at 59 S. Madison Street on the West side of Sturgeon Bay. We thank them for their support.