The Door County Wellness Festival, June 4-7, will offer a diverse lineup of workshops and talks by presenters and practitioners from Door County and beyond in the areas of inspiration, nourishment and movement.
The full festival pass – available at a discount through March 15 – includes four days of programs including massage, foraging, herbal health, goal setting, meditation and more. Attendees who purchase a full festival pass will also enjoy healthful meals, a choice of morning movement, and evening festival experiences. All proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Pavilion, the 501(c)(3) that raises funds for Kress Pavilion programs.
“We are striving to create a festival representative of the wellness community in Door County and feel so grateful for the practitioners who have gotten on board for this year in a wide variety of fields,” said Jess Reinke, festival director. “We want to create an experience that suits those who are just exploring wellness or looking to enhance a current path.”
With a growing list of 30-plus presenters, the festival will build on the success of its 2019 debut year and is still seeking participants, sponsors and booth vendors.
Tickets are $100 through March 15; after that, they’re $120. Visit doorcountywellnessfestival.org to see more details and a full schedule.