Very active Post and Ladies Auxiliary. Meets the first Thursday, monthly.
Since 1965, the ANC has flourished as a not-for-profit organization for Islanders and visitors, promoting the creative arts, providing a sales outlet for Island artists and craftsmen, and directing nature study programs with special emphasis on youth education.
Service to support the goals of preservation, restoration, maintenance and contemporary use of the lighthouses, accessory buildings and structures and other historic resources on Plum and Pilot Islands
Friends of Rock Island is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the natural and historic resources found on Rock Island.
Built in 1916, the first floor features an Island history exhibit, artist gallery and The Lavender Shop of Fragrant Isle. The beautiful open second floor hosts banquets, conferences, receptions and more.
Island Players produce full-length plays and musical productions, sponsor workshops and informal play readings, and provide programs in the public school and a summer acting camp for children.
Serves the community with many and various charitable contributions
The Red Barn offers summer events, Thursdays at 7:00 pm – Family Story Time, Fridays at 7:30 pm LIVE ENTERTAINMENT! Local and visiting artists perform country, jazz, gospel, original music and theatrical events.
Sievers School of Fiber Arts is an internationally known, three-season visual arts and crafts school ‘north of the tension line’ on beautiful Washington Island in Door County, WI.
The Trueblood Performing Arts Center (TPAC), is a nonprofit, multi-purpose performance venue located on Washington Island, Wisconsin.
Washington Island Art Association (WIAA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing high quality workshops to its members in the unspoiled natural beauty of Door County, Wisconsin’s Washington Island.
The Island Players produce full-length plays and musical productions, sponsor workshops and informal play readings, and provide programs in the public school and a summer acting camp for children.
Monthly meetings held the third Tuesday of each month.