Starting in January, Ministry Door County Medical Center will present a series of musical concerts featuring some of the best Blues, Jazz, Folk, Reggae and Alternative music from national touring artists. The concert series is a fundraiser for The Healing Project, a collaboration between Ministry Door County Medical Center and the Community Clinic of Door County, that provides free integrative health care services to men and women of Door County living with cancer. The Healing Project offers therapeutic yoga, Healing Touch, counseling, acupuncture and massage therapy. Treatments help relieve stress, boost immunity, alleviate pain and manage side effects of cancer drugs.
“The cost of cancer is high” says Kevin Grohskopf, Chief Business Development Officer at Ministry Door County Medical Center, “but the potential of hope is much higher. It’s not walking in someone’s shoes that matters the most, it’s your willingness to walk beside them that matters more.” Through one courageous step at a time, Grohskopf believes that our community will come forward to support those in need.
Here’s the lineup!
Friday, January 16 @ 7:00 P.M – Door County Fire Company, Sturgeon Bay
Sons of the Never Wrong – They are a turbo-charged trio from Chicago that delivers witty, whimsical songs with their signature soaring vocal harmonies and gorgeous arrangements. Combining influences of folk, jazz, pop and rock.
Friday, February 6th @7:00 P.M Door County Fire Company, Sturgeon Bay
Corky Siegel and Howard Levy
It is only natural that Corky and Howard, two of Chicago’s most revered and celebrated music treasures, would come together to make people laugh while knocking them flat with the jaw dropping virtuosity.
Friday, February 20 @ 7:00 P.M – Door County Fire Company , Sturgeon Bay
IN THE ROUND WITH patmAcdonald, Corey Carlson & Dorothy Scott.
Edgy, Alternative, Playful, Awe-inspiring, mesmerizing, unique styles, passionate, daring and uncompromising!
Friday, February 27 @ 7:00 P.M – Caffe Tlazo, Algoma
Peter Mulvey, a phenomenal performer with huge energy, a quick – fire, quirky take on life, and an extraordinary guitar style..a joy to see and hear!
Friday, April 24 – Studio 330 330 N. Third Avenue, Sturgeon Bay
Robert Rich- Rich’s latest work re-examines the musical language of vintage electronic space music, using analog modular synthesizers to generate pulsating melodic filigree, interlocking patterns and sweeping abstract sonic gesture.
Tickets are $15.00, For reservations and more information call (920) 493-5979