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The status of the Art Gallery during the COVID 19 Corona Virus Pandemic
24 March 2020 – We have decided to close the Art Gallery (and the Bed and Breakfast) for the months of May and June 2020. We have made this decision in concern for our own health and well being, as well as the health and well being of our community and of those who visit Door County.
The two of us fall into the pandemic’s high risk category. Our community of Door County is coping as best it can for its year round residents. Under these conditions this community will have great difficulty caring for an influx of visitors and we urge our potential visitors to delay their visits until conditions have improved nationally. At the present time only essential services are open and Door County is very quiet, as residents stay home to comply with our Governor’s “Stay at Home” edict.
We will revisit our decision on the15th of each month as to whether we will reopen the following month. We will update this page at that time. We will also try to post any other relevant information to our Ewe Turn blog as events may change.
We hope that you can understand our concerns and will be supportive of our decisions. We look forward to seeing our friends and customers as soon as life becomes safer for all of us.
Welcome to Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery, founded in 1982. The gallery is housed in the old granary and machine shed. Much of the building’s original character has been retained even though its functions have been changed. The Gallery is open from mid-May until mid-October. Hours are 12-5 daily (closed on Tuesdays). From mid-October until mid-May our yarn and roving is relocated into the B&B, where we are open by appointment or happenstance. Special events are scheduled during the season. Throughout the season more detailed discussions of activities related to the Gallery will appear in the Ewe Turn Blog. The Gallery offers for sale a selection of original fiber artwork and pottery, created by a number of artists and fine crafts people. A variety of handmade fiber articles, naturally colored and/or naturally dyed yarns, and roving for handspinning and felting are always on display and available for purchase. For a more detailed description of the yarns and roving that we offer for sale go to our Mercantile page. Most of the fiber work is created by artists who reside in Door County, Wisconsin.