A Joyful Noise

December 3, 2009

December in Door County

Filed under: Uncategorized — midsummersmusicfestival @ 8:36 pm

December 3, 2009

What a difference a year makes! Last year at this time we had more than enough snow to keep us happy yet this year there has been barely a flurry. Will there be a white Christmas in Door County this year?

Some local residents are quite content with the milder temperatures and lack of snow. The others, the true winter sports enthusiasts, are anxiously awaiting the first snowfall to dust off their skis, snowmobiles, or winter hiking boots. Yet, even without the snow it’s still beautiful throughout the county.

For those of you who live in or visit Door County in the summer, you know how busy we are. Each village has it’s own unique charm and you don’t have to go far to find one of our outstanding restaurants, galleries, shops, or recreational centers. Not to mention the exceptional performing arts throughout the peninsula.

We at Midsummer’s Music Festival are busy planning our 2010 season – our 20th anniversary. Even with winter just around the corner, it’s never too early to start thinking about next summer. We’ll be publishing our concert dates and venues very soon. In the meantime, we have “A Renaissance Christmas” concerts next week. And yes, we started planning this event last summer! Perhaps we’ll have our first snowfall of the year next Friday when the Chicago Early Music Consort performs at Bjorklunden. (Sigh, wishful thinking . . .) For more details on the concerts, visit our Calendar of Events page at http://www.midsummersmusic.com/CalendarofEvents.html.

If you haven’t visited Door County in the winter, check us out. The Door County Visitor Bureau has a full listing of events throughout the winter, along with open resorts and restaurants. Check out their website at http://www.doorcounty.com/.

Take care and make a joyful noise!


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