Edgewood hosted it’s first glass weekend on July 31 and August 1, 1982. The annual event evolved to include a temporary glass furnace with onsite glassblowing demonstrations, capped off with a pig roast/potluck on the last day of the weekend.
Anne & Minnow welcome a new son, Tucker. Now all grown up, Tucker and his wife, also named Anne, live close to the gallery and are the owners and operators of Emerson Chiropractic, a chiropractic clinic in nearby Juddville, WI.
Anne & Minnow welcome their daughter Nell into the world, who grows up in the gallery learning about gemstones from her dear grandmother Irene.
Student architect Minnow Emerson abandons plans to move to Alaska and heads to Fish Creek instead to join Anne and make a life in Door County.
Irene and her daughter Anne open Edgewood Orchard Galleries for its first day on June 29, 1969 from 2 PM to 5 PM. “We had no lights, but we had champagne.”
Irene Pamperin Haberland buys the 80 acre Edgewood Orchard property on Peninsula Players Road, saying she had fallen in love with some trees.