Location: Mandeville Point
- 1 Islands
- 2 Art Projects
- 3 Fundraising
- 4 Events
- 5 Transportation
- 6 Announcements
Ephemerisle can be a hazardous event. Please help us bring on-site medical personnel by donating to this fundraiser:
Kevin Hinman Appreciation Fund
Kevin Hinman has provided and continues to provide much infrastructure and labor for Ephemerisle over many years: Bridge Boat (used to push Bargey and other craft), Movie Barge, Blues House, hundreds of feet of walkways, and many other contributions. Providing all of this infrastructure is costly. Please help us express appreciation for his past contributions by donating to this fundraiser:
Porta Potty Fund
Want to help fund a Porta-Potty? Unless otherwise specified, this fundraiser will go to funding a Porta-Potty:
Note however that no one has stepped up to manage rental / delivery / pickup of PortaPotties yet. Maybe that person is you?
Charlie Deist Live Broadcast
Charlie Deist will be broadcasting live from Pikler Island this year about how to optimize for health, fun, and freedom on the water.
Enjoy Episode 1 - Several Sailboats and a Central Platform:
It's still not too late to sign up for the Sailing & Seasteading Bootcamp, and bypass the many mistakes I've made since my first Ephemerisle in 2011. I also have some berths (bunks) available for a nominal donation to the island fund.
Chuck the Human Launcher
Get launched by Chuck, a steel pneumatically powered human launcher. Chuck will send you flying 20 feet in the air to splash into the beautiful delta green. If you lose your genitals in flight they become property of the ride operators!
Ferry from SHIP Marina
Need a ferry ride? Don't delay! And make sure you have a ride both ways. Ferry service is often in short supply:
"Cheema" Super Cab
Need a ride? Can't find an Uber? Best Super Cab / "Cheema" may be available:
~$45 to Antioch Bart
925 394 6132
510 309 4275
Need parking? SHIP Marina / Erin Bishop has graciously offered parking for Ephemerisle attendees:
More parking locations are available here:
Erin has also put together a handy list of links:
Do you know where you will be going to the bathroom? Don't assume that toilets will be available for you. Build your own composting toilet ($75) with parts sourced solely from Home Depot: