The Ephraim Historical Foundation finalized its summer schedule Tuesday, reopening four of its five museums to the public. For those who want to visit in-person, capacity will be held to four patrons if the group uses the electric tram or eight people for a walking tour. Programs that attract a larger audience will be virtual beginning Thursday with the first Child’s Play event. Curator Emily Irwin says the children’s activities require reservations beforehand.
The annual History Speaks lecture series is also going virtual and will be aired on the Ephraim Historical Foundation’s Youtube and Facebook pages on Tuesdays.
Remaining Child's Play programs:
July 9 - Sam and the Firefly
July 16 - Madelyn's Magical Door County Balloon (with special guest Sue Jarosh)
History Speaks series:
July 7 - Camp Meenahga
July 14 - Moravian History
July 21 - Ephraim's Eagle Inn
July 28 - Lights of the Lakes
*Photo courtesy of the Ephraim Historical Foundation Facebook page.