Raffle Added to Summit Breakfast

Celebrate Water Door County will add a raffle during breakfast on the last day of its Water Summit, June 4-6. The raffle items are a Door County lighthouse poster from the Peninsula Pulse, redeemable codes for Door County Kayak Tours, a $30 Grasse’s Grill gift card, a copy of The Death and Life of the Great Lakes signed by author Dan Egan, two Celebrate Water T-shirts, two general-admission tickets to a summer 2019 Northern Sky Theater performance, four passes for any of the three Door County Maritime Museum properties, and copies of keynote speaker Jill Heinerth’s documentary We Are Water.

All summit registrants will automatically be entered into the drawing for the Water Summit basket, but they may buy additional tickets during the student-poster presentations on June 5.

Registration for this three-day summit is now open at celebratewaterdoorcounty.org. The price of $35 per person includes educational sessions, a keynote speaker and three meals.

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