Downtown Kewaunee is scheduled to be an Artisan Marketplace on Saturday (Sept. 12) as a number of activities have sprouted around the Blue Door, 208 Ellis St.
The pub and grill plans to have vendors set up in its Beer Garden and on the south side of the street so people can sidewalk shop, and as word spread some of its neighbors decided to get involved, too.
Pretty Please Boutique, 222 Ellis St., is organizing a sidewalk sale, and Kewaunee Bowl, 216 Ellis St., plans to have food available out front as well.
The Kewaunee County Historical Society is having a bake and antique & rummage sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as a fundraiser for building a handicapped-accessible entrance to its History Center, 217 Ellis St. The baked goods include homemade kolaches, metunky, bars, cookies and candy.
For every $10 or more donated, Historical Society patrons will receive an entry for a bottle of wine drawing and a commemorative coin representing the 50th anniversary of the Kewaunee County Jail Museum and the 100th anniversary of the society itself. Anyone who visits will be eligible for a drawing for a $25 VISA gift card.
The list of confirmed vendors includes Wild Prairie Silver, Rainbow Designs, Vice Woodwork, Gronke Industrial Tables, Unicorns & Dinopours, DeathTrap Lifestyle Brand, Christmas Spiders, The Antler Shed, Tisay Eggrolls, Stitched Memories, 3 Kiln Potery, Everything Decor by Phylis, Adam’s 3D Printing, Westy’s Fine Wood Products, Kandy’s Live Edge Wood-burning, Baby Gifts by Annette, 817 Designs, Kat’s Korner Krafts, Nicole’s House Plant Addiction, Tresa’s Fluid Art, Denise’s Fall Decor & More, Amy’s Purse and Jewelry, Crafts by Kim, Gailies Gifts, Don’s Woodworking, Pat’s Doll Clothing, and Barbara’s Homemade Hobbies.