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Shalhoub, water golf, kids' games, art - it's Olde Ellison Bay Days

4:37 PM, Jun. 25, 2013
TV, stage and movie star and Wisconsin native Tony Shalhoub returns to Door County as Grande marshal of the Olde Ellison Bay Days Parade. The festival takes place June 28-29.
TV, stage and movie star and Wisconsin native Tony Shalhoub returns to Door County as Grande marshal of the Olde Ellison Bay Days Parade. The festival takes place June 28-29.
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Olde Ellison Bay Days returns this weekend for a 47th year, but with a touch of Hollywood.

The 2013 festival theme is "Feed the Fish," named for the 2009 movie filmed in Door County and starring Green Bay native Tony Shalhoub, the Emmy Award-winning star of the popular TV series "Monk." Shalhoub, who played the irascible local sheriff in "Feed the Fish," will serve as Grande Marshal of the Olde Ellison Bay Days Parade, which will roll through town beginning at 11 a.m. June 29. Michael Matzdorf, the movie's producer and director, will serve as co-marshal.

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