Video Gallery January 22, 2017 by admin Fred Johnson, Publisher/Editor -- Door County Almanak Serieshttp://www.DoorCountyTODAY.com In 1980, Fred Johnson, Kevin Combes, and Pat McNamara began publishing a series of books about Door County, the Door County Almanak series, that explored the history of the Door Peninsula's shipbuilding, fishing, farming and tourism industries. Door County TODAY visits with Publisher Fred Johnson.Sister Bay's Fall Fest--One of the Best Door County Activitieshttp://www.DoorCountyToday.com Door County Activities: The "Granddaddy" of all Door County festivals, 2012 marked the 67th annual Fall Fest in Sister Bay. What began as a celebration and reward for the Door County tourism workers after a busy summer season has evolved into one of the largest weekend activity celebrations on the peninsula. A parade, arts & crafts fair, food booths, live entertainment, and children's activities make this a "must-do" Door County activity, but the real fun lies in one of the Fest's oldest traditions -- the famed Ping-Pong Ball Shoot. An astonishing 10,000 Ping-Pong balls are released on Sunday afternoon, with a one in ten chance of winning a prize from a participating Sister Bay business.Sister Bay, Wisconsin's CentennialThe Door County village of Sister Bay, Wisconsin celebrated its centennial in 2012. Local resident Dick Burress and Paige Funkhouser, marketing coordinator for the Sister Bay Advancement Alliance, are interviewed about the village's past, present and future.Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik--A Classic Door County Restauranthttp://www.DoorCountyToday.com A five-minute mini-documentary about the beloved Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, Door County, Wisconsin. Interviews with Annika Johnson and Rolf Johnson, an accounting of the restaurant's long history from the late 1940's to the present, plus the answer to the biggest question of all: how did the goats originally get onto the restaurant's sod roof? Originally a segment on Door County TODAY, the regional TV show created by Door Guide Publishing LLC, publishers of the Door County Go Guide (see show online at www.doorcountytoday.com).