The Liberty Grove Historical Society’s (LGHS) traditional Fish Boil officially opened Olde Ellison Bay Days festivities in downtown Ellison Bay on June 25.
LGHS will have an information booth at Olde Ellison Bay Days at Ellison Bay Community Park from 10 am to 5 pm on June 27. Free parking will be available on the LGHS’s grounds bordering Highway 42, and a free shuttle bus will be provided to and from the Community Park.
On July 11, LGHS will be introducing the first Historical Society Vintage Day from 10 am to 4 pm. Vendors will offer an array of antiques and collectables for sale. The Historical Society also will offer books, calendars, historic plat maps and other goods. Two additional Vintage Days will welcome visitors on Aug. 8 and Sept. 12 at the same place and same times. Prospective vendors should contact Lynda Wilkinson at 920.421.2640 to reserve space.
On July 25 and 26, LGHS will host its annual combined Antique Tractor Show and Arts & Crafts Fair. More than fifty vintage tractors and other old farm equipment will be on display and in action from 10 am to 5 pm on the 25 and 10 am to 4 pm on the 26.
The Historical Society’s annual Volunteer Picnic will be held at the Century Farm barn at 6 pm on August 10. LGHS will provide prospective new volunteers and members with information at its booth at Olde Ellison Bay Days on June 27. For more information visit libertygrovehistorical.org or facebook.com/libertygrovehistory.