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  • Final Exhibit For The Season At The Hardy Gallery

    The Hardy Gallery will present Rendering Intent[ions]: Contemporary Photoworks by Dan Cross, David Graham, and Terri Warpinski. The exhibit examines photography as an artistic medium through the works of three artists who challenge traditional stereotypes of photography.  Dan Cross, whose work has been shown nationally, presents his newest work “Dockside,” a series of photographs that […]

  • “To Bee or Not To Bee”

    Fine Line Designs Gallery’s final show of 2023 features works celebrating the natural world The season is coming to a close at Fine Line Designs Gallery in Ephraim, with their final exhibit of the year including oil paintings by Kristy Goggio. Goggio said Fine Line is one of her favorite places to “hang” her oil […]

  • Revisions in Works for North-End Path; Village Declines $100,000 Grant Award

    During a site visit and walk-through to review preliminary plans for the north-end path from Sip cafe to Townline Road, members of the Ephraim Village Board found there was much work to be done before plans could be finalized.  The board members reviewed site plans with a representative from AECOM for a path that would […]

  • New Gallery Features Sustainable Products

    Ephraim is now home to a new gallery, Sea Glass Boutique & Gallery at 10438 N Water St. Sea Glass features a collection of sustainably sourced and produced goods, as well as rotating exhibitions. Run by a small family team, this eco-boutique offers brands with clothing lines made of linen, bamboo, hemp and recycled plastics, […]

  • Hardy Raffling Off Lockwood Painting

    The Hardy Gallery is offering an original work by local artist Margaret Lockwood for this year’s raffle fundraiser. Since 2012, the gallery has worked with 11 artists to raise funds through ticket sales that go toward sustaining the gallery’s programming.  The drawing will take place Oct. 9, 1 pm. Purchase tickets ($5 each or five […]

  • Kraus Wins 3rd Red Jacket

    A familiar face donned the Red Jacket at the conclusion of the 21st Red Putter Pro Tournament in Ephraim on Aug. 5.  Matthew Kraus notched a score of 105 to become the first three-time winner of the tournament and to edge out his brother, Zachary Kraus, who scored 108. The brothers also finished first and […]

  • Tour a Historical Ephraim Property

    The Ephraim Historical Foundation will be offering tours of the historical Binkhaven property in Ephraim on Aug. 18, 10 am and 1 pm. Built in the 1960s, the buildings of Binkhaven have been featured in major publications because the estate combines Nordic architecture with objects from traditional Norwegian folk craft.  Purchase tickets ($20) at ephraim.org/binkhaven-tour. […]

  • Last 2023 Exhibit At Fine Line

    Fine Line Designs Gallery’s final exhibit of the 2023 season is set to open Aug. 10 with an artist reception 4-6:30 pm. Exhibit III features works by fiber artist Sue Benner, oil painter Kristy Goggio and watercolor artist Michael Ireland, who will give a demonstration Aug. 11, 11 am – 1 pm. While pursuing a degree […]

  • Explore The Mysteries And Realities Of Labyrinths

    Rev. Suzelle Lynch will be the guest speaker during the Aug. 13, 10 am, service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, ​​10341 Hwy 42 in Ephraim. As a trained and experienced labyrinth facilitator, Lynch will discuss how walking them is a spiritual practice that supports well-being.  Lynch has been a Unitarian Universalist minister […]

  • Fight For The Red Jacket Returns Aug. 5

    Excitement is building at the Red Putter as the 21st Pro Mini Golf Tournament approaches Aug. 5. Several recent champions are returning, and many new players have been practicing hard for their chance to win the coveted Red Jacket. The tournament cost is $30, and players must qualify for the competition with a score under […]

  • Trustees Pump the Brakes on Village Hall Changes

    After years of discussion that has included reviewing several different plans, Ephraim trustees have decided they like the village hall landscaping and parking lot pretty much the way they are.  During its July 11 meeting, the board voted 3-2 against moving forward with a redesign aimed at showcasing a building that trustee Ken Nelson called […]

  • New Abstracts At Artzy Studio

    Artzy Studio is displaying new abstract landscapes by Jane Johnson, who works in both acrylic and oils in her new studio near Oconomowoc. There she draws inspiration from her past – along the lake that she grew up on – and her newest landscapes are from her series on trees and rocks along Wisconsin’s lakes. Johnson has […]

  • Community Mosaic At Hardy

    The Hardy Gallery’s annual Collection Invitational & Collector’s Choice Benefit will begin July 14 with an opening reception, 5:30-7 pm, and it will remain on view until Aug. 27.  This exhibit features two works in a similar theme by each invited artist. One of the works is donated to the gallery’s silent auction, with all […]

  • Thanks From The Ephraim Yacht Club

    The members of the Ephraim Yacht Club thank the Door County community, businesses and individuals for donating to its EYC-ARM fundraiser. This effort generates funds for sailing scholarships that allow Door County children – who otherwise could not afford the opportunity – to learn to sail.

  • Server of the Week: Krzysztof Krol

    Pierogies are fried dumplings with filling, And to Krzysztof Krol, making Polish food is thrilling! “Krzysztof” in Polish means Prince, And for the best Ephraim pierogi, he wins! When he’s not at his pierogi palace, he loves to paddleboard. His sauerkraut-and-mushroom pierogi is much adored, And for which he could win a pierogi award!

  • Sculptures, Oil Paintings On Display At Fine Line

    Fine Line Designs Gallery’s Exhibit II will open July 6, with an opening reception set for 4-6:30 pm. The featured artists – sculptor Stephanie Evans and oil painters Pamela Murphy and Debra Reid Jenkins – will be on hand to talk to guests about their work. Exhibit II will be on display through Aug. 7. Using the […]

  • Ephraim Hopes to Keep Graffiti in Check at Anderson Dock

    The Village of Ephraim has begun cleaning graffiti off unwanted areas of Anderson Dock, and the members of the village board hope it leads to new respect for a decades-old tradition and a piece of village history.  The tradition of painting on the warehouse at Anderson Dock, now home to the Hardy Gallery, started when […]

  • Hardy Juried Exhibit Award Winners

    The Hardy Gallery has announced the honorees of the 61st Annual Wall-to-Wall Juried Exhibit. Out of 173 submissions from artists throughout the peninsula and Midwest, five artists were awarded financial merit awards for outstanding work, and three received an honorable-mention award for exemplary work. Lisa Dukowitz earned the $500 first-place award for “Young Doe”; Daniel […]

  • Walking the Hardy with Craig Blietz

    The 61st Annual Wall-to-Wall Juried Exhibit at the Hardy Gallery in Ephraim features the work of 165 artists, including 107 from Door County – probably the largest selection of local artists in one place. To take it in, I asked Craig Blietz, a highly regarded painter and the judge for the show, whether he would […]

  • Evenings In Ephraim

    Spend Monday evenings, June 19 – Aug. 28, in Ephraim for its new Bondemarked – Norwegian for “farmers market” – and summer concert series. The Bondemarked runs 4-7 pm in the open grass lots adjacent to the Red Putter. Check out the variety of offerings; then head to the Harborside Park gazebo for music, 6-8 pm. There […]