Scheduled for June 4-7, the Door County Wellness festival will present a diverse line up of presenters in inspiration, nourishment and movement. Practitioners from Door County and beyond will offer four days of workshops and talks at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor.
The full festival pass, available at a discount through March 15 includes four days of programs spanning many different areas including massage, foraging, herbal health, goal setting, meditation and more! In addition to the classes, attendees who purchase a full festival pass enjoy healthy meals, a choice of morning movement, and evening festival experiences.
All proceeds benefit the Friends of Pavilion, the 501c3 that raises funds for Kress Pavilion programs.
With a growing list of over 30 presenters, the festival builds on the success of its debut year in 2019 and still taking participants. The group is in the process of seeking sponsors and booth vendors. Visit doorcountywellnessfestival.org for more details.
Early registration includes the full festival pass only, with individual day passes to roll out in March.
Full Festival Pass includes:
• Thursday Evening Festival Opening Reception
• Access to talks, workshops all day Friday and Saturday, with Sunday Morning
• Morning movement options Friday, Saturday and Sunday to include yoga, meditation, dance, etc
• Access to afternoon offsite excursions Friday and Saturday to include herb walks and guided hikes
• Friday Festival Experience Gong Meditation & Saturday Festival Experience Kirtan Concert
Early Price: $100 – going up to $120. Early Registration through March 15. Single Day passes will be available in early March.
For More Information and presenters: doorcountywellnessfestival.org
Kress Pavilion is located at 7845 Church Street, Egg Harbor.
About Friends of the Pavilion:
The Friends of the Pavilion raises funds to strengthen and support the Kress Pavilion and Egg Harbor Community center located in the heart of Door County. This year-round facility hosts free and low-cost programming for all ages.
Since it opened in 2018, the facility has hosted over 500 free and open-to-the-public programs and nearly 200 non-profit fundraisers. It is also home to the Egg Harbor Seed Library, Egg Harbor Branch of the Door County Library and Egg Harbor Historical Society. Funds raised by the Friends of the Pavilion help to support the building’s programs and continue to offer a space for the Egg Harbor library and Egg Harbor Historical Society.