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DCA’s 2015 Winter Season has been announced! Featuring intimate Coffeehouse Concerts, the St. Norbert College Distinguished Lecture Series, and Movies at the Door screenings, we’re sure we have something for everyone this season. Please join us!


MOVIES AT THE DOOR: The World Premiere of The Emissary

emissary-movie-postDirector: Timothy Erskine, Not Rated, 110 Minutes

Door County’s own sci-fi adventure! Shot on location in beautiful Door County, this is the World Premiere of the film! A spaceman lands his ship in Newport State Park while a local resident is taking a meditation walk. They join forces to disarm an alien power generator, lost during the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, before it blows up Door County. Fun for the entire family.

Tickets: $5.00
Date: Friday, February 27, 2015
Time: 7:00pm

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of tickets to The Emissary’s World Premiere will benefit
– Friends of Gibraltar (FOG)
– Door County Humane Society
– Door County YMCA

Sponsored by: Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant & Butik

Bolivia’s Economic Miracle under Evo Morales – Indigenous Identity and 21st Century Caudillismo

villarroel-postFeatured St. Norbert’s College Lecturer: Dr. Gratzia Villarroel

“Bolivia’s Economic Miracle under Evo Morales: Indigenous Identity and 21st Century Caudillismo”
Evo Morales was recently re-elected President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia for a 3rd term. During his tenure in office Bolivia’s economy grew by over 5% annually, the country balanced its budget, foreign debt significantly diminished, and Bolivia currently boasts higher foreign reserves than most countries in the world. Extreme poverty is down to 21% in 2013 from 38% in 2005. Bolivia is also among the seven Latin American countries with the lowest rate of inequality. What factors explain this dramatic turn for South America’s most impoverished country? First, Bolivia has enjoyed a combination of political stability and high prices for its commodities like no other time in its recent history. Second, Evo Morales, has engaged in effective macro-economic policies that have brought significant wealth to the country. These include taking ownership of Bolivia’s natural resources, working with the IMF and the World Bank on Bolivia’s terms, and promoting the private sector. Finally, the “re-founding” of Bolivia has ensured that the windfall emanating from these policies actually reaches the poor through a variety of social programs including bonuses for school children, pensions for the elderly, prenatal care for expectant mothers, etc.

Lecturer’s Website

Tickets: Freewill Donations Encouraged
Date: Saturday, February 28, 2015
Time: 9:00am

Sponsored by: Dahl Law Firm and Ross Estate Planning
Lodging Provided by: Homestead Suites
Coffee Service Provided by: Base Camp Coffee Shop

Coffeehouse Concert/Reading: Words on Fire Featuring Door County Musicians and Poets

ralph-postMusicians pair with poets to create a real coffeehouse atmosphere. Nothing decaf here, just great music and verse presented by some of Door County’s finest.

Tickets: $15
Date: Saturday, February 28, 2015
Time: 7:00pm

– Cathryn Cofell
– Bruce Dethlefsen
– Mike Koehler
– Caleb Whitney
– Mike Orlock
– Katie Lott
– June Nirschl
– Rolf Olson
– Sharon Auberle
– Pete Thelen
– Ralph Murre

– Rob Atwood
– Steve Lavell
– Adrian Webber
– Luanne Western
– Tad Gilster
– Nick Orlock
– John Orlock
– Bill Orth
– Tim Kay

Major Sponsor: The Cordon Family Foundation
Lodging Provided by: Homestead Suites
Coffee Service Provided by: Base Camp Coffee Shop