Events and Happenings
Use your creativity and win a prize!
We have 1/2 lb bags of assorted wooden pieces. To participate in the upcycled challenge get a bag, and use at least 75% of the items to create or make whatever you want! You can sign out other items from the ReStore to incorporate in your creation, too.
Return your completed item(s) by November 27 and voting will commence on December 1.
Voting will be on our Facebook page, the winner will be the creation with the most likes or loves, then all items will be put for sale in our Upcycled room!
Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place vote getters. There is no cost to participate, you just need to donate your finished creation back to the ReStore!
Check our calendar often for upcoming events and happenings in the Door County Habitat community.
Door County's Best Fruitcake Available Now
Get your fruitcake from the following local businesses or reserve yours by calling the ReStore.
Piggly Wiggly- Sister Bay
Main Street Market- Egg Harbor
Cornerstone Pub and Grill- Bailey’s Harbor
Bley’s Grocery- Jacksonport
Cornucopia- Sturgeon Bay
Madison Avenue Market- Sturgeon Bay
Bank of Luxenberg- Sturgeon Bay
Thrivent Financial- Sturgeon Bay
Nicolet Bank- Sturgeon Bay
Stevenson Pier Citgo- Sturgeon Bay
Marchant’s Meats- Sturgeon Bay
Marchant’s Grocery- Brussels
Habitat ReStore - Sturgeon Bay
More Events Coming Soon!
The Annual Habitat Bowl-A-Thon is scheduled for Saturday February 13, 2021 at Apple Valley Lanes. Save the date and starting forming your teams now!
Raise the Roof is coming to Door County on Friday, August 13, 2021. Mark your calendars now for this exciting new event. More information to follow in 2021.
The 2nd Annual Habitat Golf Outing is scheduled for Friday September 10, 2021 at Idlewild Golf. Save the Day.
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 DuBois established her first gallery in the largely Belgian community of Namur, Wisconsin. When she opened her doors the travelers on Highway 57 often stopped in to browse through the shop. The major thoroughfare was rerouted away from Namur, and she began her transition further North to Sturgeon Bay.
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.