The Corner of the Past at Highway 57 and Fieldcrest Road is the Sister Bay Historical Society’s location ( ) with a Farmer’s Market beginning  Saturday, June 27th, continuing every Saturday through the summer with the final market day on October 10th.   Drive south on Hwy 57 just a half mile from the Birchwood Lodge where you’ll find many farmer/vendors who sell fresh picked fruit, vegetables and flowers,  all grown in Door County.   You’ll also discover home made baked goods, special sauces, some souveniers from the Historical Society.   Roberta Kutlik, Curator of the Museum and Manager of the Farmers Market said,  “We’re proud of where we’ve come.  We started with just a few vendors the first year and it has grown every year into the success that it is today.” While you’re there, tour some locally historic buildings that were also moved there.  Be sure to stop at the big, gray barn where you might see and hear a special presentation by one of the local artisans.  That barn is the original barn that once stood on the present site of  Birchwood Lodge, which was the  Koessel family farm.   When the Birchwood Lodge developers purchased the farm , the barn was donated to the Sister Bay Historical Society.    On a cold, snowy day in February, 2000, the barn was moved to its present location.   Plan to visit this special place in Sister Bay.   Why not bring home some freshly grown items from Door County for your own family and friends.