The business community of Ephraim, Wisconsin is again gearing up for the start of summer in Door County. We are the village that starts the summer season with a festival to welcome visitors from all over. This year is the 46th year for this Scandinavian celebration on the shores of Eagle Harbor in the village of Ephraim, Door County.
We will have childrens games, a pet parade, arts and craft show along the shore line. Scandinavian dancers , a traditional fish boil and the crowning of the festival Chieftain.
The highlight of the evening is watching the Chieftain light the ceremonial fires along the Ephraim shoreline.
Howdy folks. Lana Hall here. I’ve been lucky enough to work at Ephraim Shores for the past 30 years and have lots of good stories to tell about the resort, the village of Ephraim and Door County. I plan on posting several times a week about the doings around Door County; our blog only specials; the great outdoor activities that you can do nearby; our family-friendly restaurant – The Second Story Restaurant overlooking Eagle Harbor.
If you are in the area of Ephraim on Sunday, June 14 The Village Hall will be filled with the sounds folk music thanks to the 5 Milers. Their tunes include the music of the Kingston Trio, Peter Paul and Mary, The Weavers, We 5, Mamas and Papas, Chad Mitchell Trio, New Christy Minstrels, Limelighters, Bob Dylan, Everly Brothers and a few original tunes. The concert starts at 6PM and ends around 8PM. For more information contact me at Ephraim Shores, 920-854-2371.
That’s it for now. Don’t forget to mark your calendar for Father’s Day weekend, June 19-21 for the 45 annual 2009 Fyr Bal Festival. More about that in my next post.
April is a great time to book an Ephraim motel room prior to the busy summer season. Use our online reservation system to book your room at http://ephraimshores.com/.
Resorts in Door County Prepare for Spring Events. Ephraim Shores turns 45 years old this year as one of Door County’s premier resorts, and we’re celebrating with two great promotions for our early-season guests.