Summer brings a variety of free Ephraim Historical Foundation (EHF) programs, including Sunday SingAlongs, History Speaks, Schoolroom Lessons and Child’s Play.
A local and visitor favorite, Sunday SingAlongs bring families and friends together in the Ephraim Village Hall for an hour of music and song. SingAlongs are held at 7:30 pm every Sunday now through July 29.
History Speaks is a free lecture series held each Tuesday in July at 7:30 pm in the Ephraim Village Hall. Topics include a talk with folk artist Paul Seifert, Door County’s prehistoric past, Björklunden then and now, and a talk with a panel of Door County artists.
Schoolroom Lessons let visitors experience class in a one-room schoolhouse during the 1920s and 1930s, complete with reading, writing and arithmetic. This free program is open to all ages and is held on Tuesdays, July 10-31 at 11 am. Lessons are held in Pioneer Schoolhouse Museum.
With a craft, story and snack, Child’s Play offers a fun and educational program for children ages 4-10. Space is limited and registration is recommended. The program runs from 10-11:15 am.
For more information and to register, visit ephraim.org, or contact Emily Irwin at [email protected] or 920.854.9688.