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Polka and Booyah
Oct. 26, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Booyah by Gayheart Piesler and Salmon's Hotdogs will be served at 5:30pm - JW's place in downtown Slovan,WI.  Mark Jirikoveck and His Orchestra play their greatest his from 7pm to 11pm.  This fundraising event is organized by Precision Way. Portions of the proceeds will go to the Algoma Performing Arts Center. - Buy Tickets - More Information



ComedyCity
Nov. 9, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The ComedyCity improv troupe has been entertaining Wisconsin crowds with their family-friendly shows for over 30 years.  Come join us for a night full of laughs and fun. - Buy Tickets - More Information



A Frank's Christmas
Dec. 1, 2018
Frank Hermans plays the caretaker of Santa’s workshop.  His name is Jack Frost.  There are a lot of fun and crazy things that happen in that workshop and most of it happens behind Jack’s back because it is then that these creatures come to life.  There’s mischief and mayhem with colorful characters, great voices and show goers will take a trip down memory lane with references to Bruce the Spruce and the old Pranges department store.  Santa is there too.  We don’t want to give away the ending but we will tell you that a Christmas miracle happens.  Yes, it truly is the most wonderful time of the year! This show is family friendly, so bring the kids! - Buy Tickets - More Information



A Grand Night at the Algoma Performing Arts Center
Feb. 9, 2019 @ 7 pm - 9 pm
Featured Pianist Michael Rector joins area students in presenting an evening of piano music at the Algoma Performing Arts Center. His repertoire ranges from Haydn to Harbison and from Couperin to Carter. He is also a dedicated teacher, researcher and advocate for the arts. - Buy Tickets - More Information



Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns
Mar. 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Big Mouth was originally formed by Jay Whitney in 1980 in and around Flint, MI. The bands focus at that time was to play an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, and original music. The band flourished for a number of years playing club dates and festivals throughout Michigan. The band stopped when a few of its members went on the road with other touring bands.

Jay Whitney moved to Door County in 1989 and formed a new Big Mouth with Pat Judy, Woody Mankowski, and Paul Sowinski in 1990. After reaching a level of success in Door County and Green Bay, the band decided to add a horn section, this being the birth of the Power Tool Horns. Over the years players have come and gone, but the band’s focus is still the same as it was originally in 1980. And everyone is still having a blast!