EHF History Hub
August 2020 | Issue 5
"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture
is like a tree without roots." ~Marcus Garvey
Munda Anderson, c. 1885 (EHF Archives)
Miss Munda's Dress
Ephraim Historical Foundation Blog
If you were asked to name Ephraim’s 20th century “fashionista,” who would it be? Would you believe Miss Munda Anderson? Many EHF members remember Miss Munda (1869-1960) as the elderly shopkeeper of the Anderson Store. In her younger days, she was known for creating stylish dress ensembles. Click here to learn about an original Door County “influencer.”

Bonus: Do you know Munda Anderson's real first name?
“There will always be an Ephraim Regatta” proved true again on July 31, 2020, when a small fleet of sailboats paraded across the waters of Eagle Harbor. (Photo by Tad Dukehart)
EHF Summer Programs
Online Videos and Take Home Activities
Showing off a Child's Play glow stick firefly
Dewey's Eye Spy Poetry Trail
An Outdoor Adventure
This August, you are invited to venture around the Pioneer Schoolhouse Museum. Can you find ten signs featuring Eye Spy photos, poems, and jokes? Practice reading, recitation, and observation skills during this interactive family activity. Several flowers are identified, too.

Open to the public. Tours inside the Schoolhouse available on request, free to members. Nominal fee for non-members. Call 920-854-9688 or click here to learn more.
Dewey's Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge
Back By Popular Demand
This on your own activity offers nine fun options, many reflecting Ephraim’s nautical heritage. Complete three activities in a row and receive a mystery prize! Materials provided for the cork boat craft can be picked up at the EHF office. Questions? Contact Kathleen Harris or phone 920-854-9688.

Congratulations to Sister Bay resident Henry, who completed the July challenge and won his very own Dewey stuffed dog!