Harvest Fest Event. Saturday, September 16, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Margaret Magle from Other World Books on Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay is having a
local author event in November. She has 14 authors coming with books to sell and LDC will
receive 5% of all sales from this event. At Harvest Fest LDC volunteers will help with promotion by manning a booth. We will work in shifts and would appreciate all the help - and visits - we can get.
Write On Door County is holding their third annual Book and Author
Fair on Saturday, October 7, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. This year, it will be in Martin
Park in downtown Sturgeon Bay. LDC is setting up a booth. If you are interested in
helping, let us know.
LDC Scrabble Tournament, Saturday, November 4, from 9 a.m. - to 1 p.m. at Stone Harbor Resort. Sixteen teams will compete. Come to play, be a supporter or to help us out at this event. Register Here!
Check out the updates to the website and visit our revamped Facebook page.
Student Page Updates
Check the new videos and other reference materials posted routinely.
Literacy Tutor Training Workshops
LDC, Inc. routinely organizes tutor training workshops at Hope Church, in Sturgeon Bay, usually from 4:00- 6:00 or at a time agreed upon by the participants and the trainers. These workshops are led by qualified tutor trainers and mentors that introduce the participants to research-based practices for successful language-learning.
Literacy Tutor Round Tables
LDC, Inc. holds monthly tutor round tables at Hope Church, in Sturgeon Bay, on the first Thursday of every month from 4:00- 6:00. Tutors are encouraged to drop by and stay as long as they are able. These sessions have proven extremely useful in keeping the tutors informed about methodology, upcoming events and any issues of relevance to the community we serve. They are also a great time to share experiences and an important motivational tool for all.
Literacy Door County in the News
The PULSE: our press release can be read at
Volunteer Literacy Tutors make the news:
1. The LDC, Inc. is a registered federal non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We are also registered with the State of Wisconsin to accept donations.
2. We annually initiate our fundraising letter campaign, Giving While You're Living. This concept of giving offers you the opportunity to see how your gift is working in our community. We have seen some positive results from this effort in both donations and in raising awareness of our programs and goals in the community.
3.We have an organized library which is currently housed in a small corner of
4. During the year our Board of Directors continually establishes links with organizations that serve the same sector of our community to better serve our students.
We would like to thank all the individuals and organizations that have helped us and encouraged us in this journey.