Monday, June 19th, 7pm: The Door Reminder- “Let’s Chat with Lon Kopitkze & Trudy Fandrei”
Join Lon Kopitske and Trudy Fandrei as they share stories from the 60 year history of The Door Reminder, a once valuable resource for Door County residents and visitors.
The program will follow a short membership meeting where Lon, with Linda Wilkinson, will be honored as 2022 Recipients of the Don Overby Appreciation Award. Help us celebrate the countless contributions made by these valuable individuals.
Light refreshments will be served. Merchandise benefiting LGHS will be available. All programs are free and open to the public with plenty of on-site parking and seating.
All events are subject to change. For updates, visit our Facebook page.
Additional 2023 Programming and Events
Spring Potluck Meeting,Monday, May 15th, 6pm at Town of Liberty Grove Hall.
Annual “Lake to Table” Fish Boil Fundraiser is on-site Thursday, June 22nd.
A unique monthly evening program will be presented every 3rd Monday at 7pm following a general membership meeting in the white museum barn June – August. First People of Northern Door will be presented on Monday, July 17th and The Life and Times of Grace and Harvey Grasse will be presented on Monday, August 21st.
Museum 2023 Season Opening Day is Saturday, June 24th 10-4pm. Docents available and Museum buildings open 1-4pm every Saturday through October 14th and Thursday, 9-noon through October 12th. Museum grounds are open to the public dawn to dusk every day.
Antique Tractor & Arts Festival is the weekend of July 22-23, 10-4pm.
Vintage Market Days are Saturday, August 12th and September 9th, 10-3pm.
Eliason Historic Home Site Tour presented by Judy & bert Scherb is Monday, September 18th, 4-6pm.
Fall Color “Photo Op” Day is Saturday, October 14th, 10-3pm and the last day the museum buildings will be open for the 2023 season.
Fall Potluck Meeting is Monday, October 16th, 6pm located at the Town of Liberty Grove Hall.
All events are subject to change. For the most current event information find us on Facebook.com/libertygrovehistory.