Ephraim Heritage Days, presented by the Ephraim Historical Foundation, begins June 16 with a viewing of the new Wisconsin Public Television program, Hometown Stories: Door County. The screening will be at 7 pm in the Door Community Auditorium. This is a collaborative program with Wisconsin Public Television, the Ephraim Historical Foundation, and the Heritage Alliance of Door County. The event is free and open to the public.
On June 17, Ephraim Heritage Days continue with a day of Ephraim history and culture, beginning with a free walking tour of Ephraim. The tour leaves at 10:30 am from the Anderson Barn Museum (3060 Anderson Lane).
The event continues with free admission to eight sites in Ephraim. The Ephraim Historical Foundation’s five museums, including the Anderson Barn, Anderson Store, Goodletson Cabin, Iverson House, and Pioneer Schoolhouse, will be open to the public from 11 am to 4 pm. Other cultural institutions, including Bethany Lutheran Church, Ephraim Moravian Church, and the Ephraim Fire Museum will also be free and open to visitors from 11 am to 4 pm. The event concludes with the 54th Annual Juried Exhibit opening at the Hardy Gallery from 5:30 – 7 pm.
For more information, contact Emily Irwin at [email protected] or 920.854.9688.