Getting Cultured in Ephraim

On June 19, Ephraim’s cultural institutions will join together for Ephraim Culture Day. Participating organizations include the Ephraim Historical Foundation (EHF) museums (Anderson Store, Anderson Barn, Goodletson Cabin, Iverson House, and Pioneer Schoolhouse), Bethany Lutheran Church, Ephraim Moravian Church, Ephraim Firehouse Museum, and The Hardy Gallery. These sites will be open to the public and offer free admission, allowing visitors to learn about Ephraim’s history and heritage. More information, including individual site hours, can be found at

June 19 also marks the opening of William Bernhard, Architect: Connecting the Dots, a new exhibit at the EHF’s Anderson Barn Museum. William Bernhard designed some of Ephraim’s most iconic buildings, including the village hall and the fire station, and was a colleague and contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright. Connecting the Dots features architectural drawings, photographs, and artifacts from this noted architect and longtime Ephraim resident.

For more information, contact Emily Irwin at [email protected] or 920.854.9688.