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HISTORY

Preserve

your place in

History

The Cedarburg Cultural Center has developed a program designed to gather and share information on Ozaukee County structures 100 years old or older. The Historic Architecture Registry committee invites anyone with a qualifying home or other building to fill out a brief questionnaire regarding the history of their property. Participants are also welcome to share photos, documents or any other pertinent information with Sue Gyarmati, Historic Programming Coordinator at the CCC. Information will be compiled and entered into a database. It is hoped that these materials will aid researchers, genealogists, students and other interested persons to assemble a more complete representation of the architectural history of Ozaukee County.

The Cedarburg Cultural Center is also offering a personalized plaque to commemorate participation in this important program and recognize these significant structures. The weatherproof bronze plaque features the year the building was constructed and may be purchased for $125. Proceeds will be used to support historic programming and the ongoing care of historic collections at the Cultural Center. Please visit CedarburgCulturalCenter.org/100zaukee or call 262-375-3676 ext. 106 for a questionnaire.

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CEDARBURG! Written by Barb Joosse, Illustrated by Renee Graef

$17.95, available November 1, 2012 Presales available now online at cedarburgculturalcenter.org Come on! A little elephant takes you to his favorite place--Cedarburg! Join him as he “rides around the block, to see who’s who, to see what’s what,” catches fireflies (“Twinkleflies on. Twinkleflies off. Stars in a jar is what we’ve got.”) and explores the creepy cemetery (“Oldy moldy graves up here. Oldy moldy bones down there. But no ghosts--nope!”) Rollicking rhymes, familiar scenes and a reassuring ending make this a story to keep--and share. Sponsored by the Greater Cedarburg Foundation, all proceeds from book sales will go towards the new endowment of the Cedarburg Cultural Center. Cedarburg! Book launch and celebration (adults only!) Cedarburg Cultural Center Thursday, November 8: 7 – 8:30pm Free Cedarburg! Book Reading/Signing at Next Chapter Book Store 10976 N. Port Washington Road, Mequon Suitable for all ages Saturday, November 10: 2 – 3pm Free Cedarburg! Book Reading/Signing and Craft Project Cedarburg Cultural Center Suitable for all ages Saturday, November 17: 3 – 4:30pm Free Come meet internationally acclaimed author Barb Joosse, author of more than 40 books for children, including Mama, Do You Love Me?, I Love You the Purplest, Lovabye Dragon and ROAWR! A lifelong resident of Wisconsin, Joosse lives in Cedarburg in an old stone house with her husband, C.T. Whitehouse, a bronze sculptor. She says, “This is my valentine to the home town I love.” Joosse also writes music for children to coordinate with her books. We will be joined also by Renee Graef, beloved illustrator of more than 60 books for children, including B is for Badger: A Wisconsin Alphabet, the “Kirsten” books in the American Girl Collection, and the My First Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder. She says, “This book reminds me of the town where I grew up.”

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Saturday, September 22 at 7:30pm THE VITROLUM REPUBLIC with opening act Wolfgang Schaefer

The Milwaukee-based Vitrolum Republic’s sound is a combination of styles that can best be described as classicallyinfused folk music. It’s a style all their own which they have come to call “Gypsy Noir.” Their original compositions blur genres, combining classical elements with singersongwriter, folk, bluegrass, blues and gypsy tango styling. Their music is diverse, and draws upon the acoustic instrumentation that each member brings to the stage: violin, piano, acoustic guitar, accordion, mandolin, banjo upright bass, and a variety of percussion instruments. The word “Vitrolum” is a word they created that represents a ‘conduit’ of expression. Through their performances these musicians and their audience become part of “The Republic,” and work to create the communal experience of “The Vitrolum Republic.” thevitrolumrepublic.com

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Piano, Accordian,Vocals Violin, Guitar,Vocals Bass, Guitar,Vocals Percussion

Opening act and Cedarburg native Wolfgang Schaefer is the brother of The Vitrolum Republic percussionist Ben Schaefer. “This Milwaukee resident plays the lonely guitar and sings with the true tired voice of the open plain troubadour...” -Slowcoustic.com heywolfgang.com $8 Member Advanced * $10 Advanced * $12 Day of Show * $5 Student * $108 Table of 8

Friday & Saturday, October 5 & 6 at 7:30pm THE DUCT TAPE MONOLOGUES A McMann & Tate Productions Adult Comedy

The Center’s resident comedy troupe McMann & Tate rolls back into the Cultural Center for another wacky look at the different ways men and women see the world, relationships and parenting. Join us as they stick together all new scenes and tear through a few past audience favorites. $10 Member Advanced * $12 Advanced $14 Day of Show * $125 Table of 8

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VIOLIN PRODIGY HANNAH WHITE accompanied by brothers, Jonah and Joshua White

A student of the violin since the age of 6, Hannah’s accolades and honors would be impressive for any adult musician…however Hannah is only 12 years old! The winner of the 2012 MYSO Senior Symphony Concerto Competition, Hannah is entering her third year as a merit scholarship recipient and member of the Music Institute of Chicago’s (MIC) Academy Program for gifted pre-college musicians conducted by Roland Vamos and James Setapan. Hannah has been the youngest member in the orchestra all three years.

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Friday, November 2 at 7:30pm

Hannah was a member of the Waukesha Area Youth Orchestra (WAYO) Sinfonettia for three years and WAYO Chamber group for two years under the direction of Timothy Cobb. Hannah has been a member of the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO) String Orchestra West, Philharmonia, and Senior Symphony. Hannah’s most recent accomplishments include placing second in the Society of American Musicians Music Competition Primary Division in 2011, and Second Place in the Junior Division in 2012. In December of 2011, Hannah participated in the Midwest Young Artists and Walgreens National Concerto Competition and received First Prize as Category Winner and also received Overall Winner in her division. Hannah will be accompanied by her 13 and 15-year old brothers on the piano who are accomplished, award-winning musicians in their own right: Jonah White is 15 and has been playing the piano for seven years. Jonah is currently studying at the Music Institute of Chicago with artist faculty member Brenda Huang. In 2011 Jonah won a Gold Prize at the Northwest Suburban Music Teachers Association and a Silver Prize at the Chicago Area Music Teachers Association. In 2012 he received First Prize in the Frank Stehlik’s Musichorale Music Competition in Illinois. Joshua White is 13 and has been playing the piano for five years. Joshua is currently studying with Music Institute of Chicago’s artist faculty member Brenda Huang. Recently in 2011, he won the Silver Prize at the Chicago Area Music Teachers Association, and in 2012 received First Place at the 32nd Annual Roberta Savler Piano Contest in Chicago. $6 Member Advanced * $8 Advanced * $10 Day of Show * Students free * $90 Table of 8

Friday & Saturday, December 7 & 8 at 7:30pm SANTA’S LIQUID HELPER

A McMann & Tate Productions Adult Holiday Comedy Cheers to the return of Southeast Wisconsin’s favorite holiday tradition: McMann & Tate’s Holiday Show! Always irreverent, always fun: roast the holiday season with the razor-sharp comedy of our own resident comedy troupe. $10 Member Advanced * $12 Advanced * $14 Day of Show * $125 Table of 8 Fall 2012

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Friday, December 14 at 7:30pm

RIVER CITIES JAZZ BIG BAND HOLIDAY SHOW The Center is delighted to invite Wisconsin’s own River Cities Jazz Big Band to our stage for a holiday concert sure to herald in the season in style. We hope you will enjoy this merry salute to the holidays with your family, friends and colleagues. When it comes to holiday music, nothing rings in the season more joyfully or melodically than the sounds of a big band! River Cities Jazz’ 18-piece big band sound has been delighting audiences for over a decade. The band plays a variety of styles from an assortment of celebrated composers and arrangers, such as Michael Buble, Frank Sinatra, Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Maynard Ferguson, Don Sebesky, Earth Wind & Fire, and lots more. rivercitiesjazz.com Vocalist Amy Kurylo Sax Todd Wenzel - alto Jenny Bellmer Callope - alto Nick Claudio - tenor Mary Schmidt - tenor Greg Biba - baritone

Trumpet Mitch Biba Paul Christensen Jeff Schram Joel Towey

Trombone Bill Hill Brian Richard Jordan Held Larry Zunker

Rhythm Aaron Scharmer - piano Dave Poffinbarger - bass Eric Hendrickson - guitar John Kelley - drums

$22 Member Advanced * $24 Advanced * $26 Day of Show * $10 Student * $235 Table of 8

First Wednesday of Every Month at 7:30pm BLUEBURG CAFÉ OPEN MIC NIGHT

“Plug and Play” Open Mic nights showcase musicians, singers, poets, dancers, comedians, filmmakers and story tellers. Amps and mics provided. Doors open and sign-up begins at 6:45 pm. Drink specials and complimentary coffee from Starbucks®! All ages welcome. No cover charge

The galleries, classrooms and restrooms of the Cedarburg Cultural Center are wheelchair accessible. Tickets to Cedarburg Cultural Center performances may be purchased in person at the CCC box office, by phone at 262-375-3676, and online at www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.org. No refunds or exchanges. 8

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FUNDRAISING

Antiques Appraisal Day Saturday, November 10, 2012 10 am – 2 pm

Have a favorite childhood toy hidden in your closet or a hand-pieced quilt from great-grandma? Here is your chance to get a professional’s opinion on your family heirloom or flea market find. Join us for our first antiques appraisal day at the CCC. Experts will be on-hand to verbally appraise everything from jewelry to furniture to fine china. The cost is $20 per item, $10 for each additional item with a maximum of three items. Written appraisals may be available for an additional cost. Proceeds from the event support historic programming at the Cultural Center. Please plan to transport your objects from your car to the appraisal event.  No buying or selling of objects is permitted at the event.

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EDUCATION

Classes

for Adults & Teens

PAINTING IN THE ABSTRACT Thursdays: September 6, 13, 20 & 27 6:30-8:30 pm Instructor: Claudette Lee $70 Member/ $77 Non-Member Supply list online. Acrylics are the medium of choice as students experiment with techniques and materials while exploring the concepts of abstract art.

$ 145 Members/ $160 Non-Member Supplies included. Create your own fantastic mosaic piece to take home and enjoy- and learn how to install it by practicing here at the Center.  We’ll use hand-made tiles, colored glass and found objects to embellish the Center’s boring bathrooms into whimsical and interesting spaces.

SATURDAYS WITH CLAY (ADULTS/TEENS) Saturdays: September 8, 22, 29 & October 6 1:30 - 3:30 pm Instructor: Samantha Nelson $62 Members/ $69 Non-Member Supplies included. Learn a variety of hand-building techniques as well as how to glaze and fire. Students develop their ideas and skills with individual projects. All levels are welcome.

MOSAICS: FROM CREATION TO INSTALLATION Wednesdays: September 26, October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, November 7, & 14 6:30-8:30 pm Instructor: Kerry Tharp 10

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“PAINTING POPPIES”: SPECIAL WORKSHOP WITH ARTIST IN RESIDENCE, SUSAN HALE Friday, September 28 10 am - 4 pm $68 CCC Members/ $75 Non-Member Students should bring their own supplies. An easel is optional, but may be helpful. The one-day workshop, entitled “Painting Poppies ”focuses on creating your own interpretation of the subject, while having fun with “Bold and Beautiful” composition, texture and color.  (Students are welcome to bring a bag lunch, or take a lunch break as needed.) 


IMPRESSIONISTIC LANDSCAPES WITH BEKI BORMAN Tuesdays: October 2, 9 & 16 6-8 pm $53 Member/ $59 Non-Member Supply list available online. Discover how to capture color and light the way the impressionists did. Students will work from photographs to create their own impressionist-style paintings. This class is perfect for beginners or painters who want to challenge their current working methods. BEYOND STICK PEOPLE: BASIC DRAWING Thursdays: October 11, 18 , 25 & November 1 6:30 - 8:30 pm Instructor: Claudette Lee $70 Members/ $77 Non-Member Students should bring a sketchbook, other supplies included. Award winning artist Claudette Lee is back for this popular no-pressure exploration of beginning drawing with charcoal, pencil and pastels. Learn the basics of perspective, layout, shading and much more in this class to get you started in the world of 2D art. Adults and teens ages 16+.

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PAINTING ON SILK Saturdays: October 13, 20, 27 & November 3 1:30 – 3:30 pm Instructor: Samantha Nelson $88 Members/ $98 Non-Member Supplies included. Learn basic dye techniques including resist, salt application and tie-dye to create stunning wearable art pieces using this centuries-old art form. THE COLORIST LANDSCAPE WITH BEKI BORMAN Tuesdays: October 23, 30, November 6 & 13 6-8 pm $ 72 Members/ $79 Non-Member Supply list available online. Learn how to accentuate vibrant colors, interesting contrasts, and expressive palettes in landscape! This class is all about color and how to manipulate it in landscape to create a strong piece of art. Develop your own personal style for describing the beauty of the natural world! ACRYLIC PAINTING BASICS Thursdays: November 8, 15, 29 & December 6  6:30-8:30 pm Instructor: Claudette Lee $70 Members/ $77 Non-Member Supply list available online. Claudette Lee is back with her popular four-part series in the techniques of painting with acrylics. Students learn the basics of blending, shading, mixing and adding materials to acrylic paints as well as the basics of good artistic composition. THE LANDSCAPE IN PASTEL WITH BEKI BORMAN Tuesdays: November 20, 27, December 4 & 11 6 - 8 pm $72 Members/ $79 Non-Member Supply list available online. Learn the basics of pastel drawing while focusing on landscape as subject matter. Artist Beki Borman guides students in how to layer and blend pastels to achieve gradation, depth, and atmosphere. This class is open to all levels of experience.

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Classes for Kids SATURDAY KIDS CLAY CAMP I Saturdays: September 8, 22, 29 & October 6 10:15am - 1:15pm (Bag lunch at the park from 11:45 - 12:15 pm) Instructor: Samantha Nelson $62 Members/ $69 Non-Member Supplies included- bring a bag lunch. Have fun while learning a variety of hand-building techniques. All levels are welcome; beginners learn forming skills while developing their ideas and skills with individual projects. Recommended for children ages 6-13, or under 5 with an adult. Supplies are included, but students should bring a bag lunch.  We’ll take a break from 11:45-12:15, and eat at the park if weather permits. 

SATURDAY KIDS CLAY CAMP II Saturdays: October 13, 20, 27 & November 3: 10:15am - 1:15pm (Bag lunch at the park from 11:45 - 12:15) Instructor: Samantha Nelson $ 62 Member/ $69 Non-Member Supplies included- bring a bag lunch. Continue on with pottery and sculpture using intermediate hand-building techniques. Your imagination’s the limit to create your dream project! Recommended for ages 6-13, or under 5 with an adult.  Supplies are included, but please bring a bag lunch.  We’ll take a break from 11:45-12:15 to eat at the park if weather permits.

BAD APPLE: A TALE OF FRIENDSHIP Special AfterSchool Workshop and Visit with the Author, Edward Hemingway Friday, October 12: 4:30 pm Art supplies and book included.

“DRAW WHAT YOU SEE”: AFTER-SCHOOL ART CLASS Wednesdays: November 7, 14 & 21: 4 - 5 pm Instructor: Chris Behrs $32 Members/ $35 Non-Member Supplies included. What does it mean to really “see” something? We look at it very closely, $23 (+ tax)- Admission Package #1 includes: Admission to the event for one child and one adult, one become good observers and notice the fine details of an object or image.  Designed for youth ages 6-12, this autographed copy of the book, an art class with craft lead by the author/illustrator (materials included) and a class in observational drawing will help you learn to “see” and to record those fine details in your artwork.  special storytime reading. $30 (+ tax)- Admission Package #2 includes: Admission for one family (maximum 5 persons), one autographed copy of the book, an art class with craft lead by the author/illustrator (materials included) and a special storytime reading. When Mac, an apple, meets Will, a worm, they become fast friends, teaching each other games and even finishing each other’s sentences. But apples aren’t supposed to like worms, and Mac gets called “rotten” and “bad apple.” At first, Mac doesn’t know what to do—it’s never easy standing up to bullies—but after a lonely day without Will, Mac decides he’d rather be a bad apple with Will than a sad apple without. 12

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PAINTING ESSENTIALS: AFTER SCHOOL ART CLASS Wednesdays: December 5, 12 & 19: 4-5:15 pm Instructor: Chris Behrs $34 Members/ $38 Non-Member Supplies included. Learn the fundamentals and build on them, developing your skills with both watercolor and acrylic paints.  Designed for youth ages 6-12, this class will focus on developing good techniques and building a good composition for your artwork. 


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EDUCATION

Talent Incubator

Looking to develop your career in the Arts? The CCC’s Talent Incubator offers an array of resources including seminars and classes designed to foster professional development for visual and performing artists, as well as a creative outlet with exhibition space and the stage of the Blueburg Café. Please check our website for more information and seminar listings.

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ART

Artists

Fall 2012

Local artist Susan Hale will be joining the center in September as our Artist in Residence. Susan will be at the Center on September 6, 12, 13, 14, 20 & 21 from 11 am – 4 pm to demonstrate her characteristic work, talk to the public and answer questions about her paintings. There is no charge to visit the artist, watch her work and be inspired by her process.

Throughout her month of residency, the artist will be working in oil paints on a special 48 x 60” painting, entitled “Ode to the Wisconsin Landscape.” Visitors will be able to see the progression of the painting from week to week. In addition, Susan will be conducting a special workshop for adults on Friday, September 28 from 10 am - 4 pm. The one-day workshop, entitled “Painting Poppies ” focuses on creating your own interpretation of the subject, while having fun with “Bold and Beautiful” composition, texture and color. Cost of the workshop is $68 for CCC Members/ $75 for Non-Members. Students should bring their own supplies.

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SEPCIAL EVENT

Gothic History Tour Sunday, October 21, 2012 @ 6:30pm Friday, October 26, 2012 @ 7pm Saturday, October 27, 2012 @ 7pm

TICKETS • $13 advance • $15 day of tour Advance ticket purchase strongly suggested for this popular event! Dress for a “chillingly” good evening.

Brace yourself for a journey through time while you follow the lives (and deaths!) of a Cedarburg family as they struggle through the birth and growth of our small town. Most of this proud family peacefully resides in our local cemetery: Some still linger in the shadowy corners of Cedarburg’s cold stone buildings to whisper their stories to those willing to hear. Join us for their dark tales that will sweep you through 100 years of Cedarburg history.

HISTORY

The 90–MINUTE WALKING TOUR through Cedarburg’s downtown National Historic District begins and ends at the Cedarburg Cultural Center with visits to the Zur Ruhe Cemetery and other mysterious sites! These tours are recommended for ages 12 and older. cedarburgculturalcenter.org/gothic-history-tours-2012

Party Like It’s 1899… with our new line of historic Cedarburg Collectibles Historic photos from the Ed Rappold Collection have delighted Cedarburg residents and tourists for years and hang in homes and businesses throughout our county. The CCC has reproduced many of your favorite images onto specialty prints, glasses, mugs and gift items. Our Party Series features four different “partying ancestors” on 15 ounce pilsner glasses, and our tall, white latté mugs feature hand-tinted postcard scenes of turn-of-the-century Washington Avenue and the surrounding area. Latté mugs, pilsner glasses, coffee mugs and other gift items are available for purchase at the Center, and dozens of other collectibles may be ordered through our website in time for holiday giving.Your purchase helps support the care and digitization of over 2,000 historic photographs donated by Ed Rappold. Stop by the Cultural Center or check out our website for items and pricing. cedarburgculturalcenter.org/historic-photo-collections

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SEPCIAL EVENT

Exhibits

CEDARBURG ARTISTS’ GUILD ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBIT Exhibit and Sale dates: Friday, August 31 through Sunday, October 14, 2012 Public Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony: Friday, September 7: 6-9 pm An annual exhibit and sale of work in all media, created by members of the Cedarburg Artists’ Guild.  An annual tradition at the CCC, this exhibit is sure to inspire!  For information on how Cedarburg Artists’ Guild members or prospective members may enter this exhibit, visit the Cedaburg Artists Guild website at cedarburgartistsguild.com

New this year, the public is invited to vote for the “People’s Choice Award” from Friday, August 31 through Friday, September 7 at 1 pm.  WISCONSIN WATERCOLOR SOCIETY: 2012 FALL EXHIBITION Exhibit & Sale dates: Sunday, October 21 through Sunday, November 25, 2012 Opening Reception: Sunday, October 21: 12 - 3 pm Wisconsin Watercolor Society was founded in 1952 by a group of wellknown Wisconsin artists and was the first Wisconsin Art Organization to be devoted exclusively to watercolor painting. Its purpose then as now has always been to demonstrate and exhibit meaningful development in the medium of watercolor and to serve as a catalyst for those genuinely interested in watercolor. For more information about the Wisconsin Watercolor Society, visit their website at: wisconsinwatercolorsociety.com. CEDARBURG CULTURAL CENTER 2012 MEMBERSHIP EXHIBIT Exhibit & Sale Dates: Sunday, December 9, 2012 through Sunday, February 3, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday, December 9: 1-4 pm The best original works in all media by members of the Cedarburg Cultural Center.  Just in time for the holidays, this exhibit & sale is sure to delight! Time and Time Again Photo Contest Revisited - 10th Anniversary Exhibit & Dates: Sunday, December 9, 2012 through Sunday, February 3, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday, December 9: 1-4 pm 20

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Saturday, October 27, 2012 @ 5 pm Costumed or not, run or walk through the streets of historic Cedarburg. Starts: Cedarburg Cultural Center Ends: Real Fitness Register: Online at CedarburgCulturalCenter.org or Active.com In person at the CCC, Real Fitness (W61 N305 Washington Ave) & City of Cedarburg Parks & Recreation (W63 N645 Washington Ave)

Race t-shirts will be given to all pre-registered runners/walkers. T-shirts will be available for race day registrants while supplies last. All participants receive a collector’s button and seasonal refreshments after the run. Delicious race prizes provided by Amy’s Candy Kitchen! $400 in cash prizes will be awarded to the best individual or group costumes! Proceeds benefit the nonprofit Cedarburg Cultural Center.

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With a planned gift, you can create a legacy that will continue your tradition of support and allow future generations to enjoy and benefit from the Cedarburg Cultural Center as you have. Some planned gifts offer immediate tax deductions as well as income for life.

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Planned Giving There are many simple ways to include the Cedarburg Cultural Center in your estate plans. A bequest, charitable annuity or a gift of retirement fund assets each offers its own set of financial benefits for you and for the Center. GIFTS BY BEQUEST Bequests are a convenient and flexible way to support the Cedarburg Cultural Center. By naming the Center in your will or living trust, you can make a meaningful gift while maintaining control of your assets during life.Your gift to the Center may be either a specified amount of money or a percentage of your estate, or you may include the Center as a contingent beneficiary. GIFTS THAT PROVIDE INCOME A charitable remainder trust allows you to claim a charitable deduction for a portion of your gift when it is made, plus you receive an annual income during your lifetime. If you prefer, you can have the income paid to a loved one. These gifts are ideal for Cultural Center patrons who have highly appreciated stock and would like to receive additional income or provide support for a friend or family member. OTHER GIFT OPTIONS There are many other planned giving options that might work with your financial plans. For instance, you can designate the Cedarburg Cultural Center as the beneficiary of your retirement plan assets or a life insurance policy. Please contact us or your financial advisor to discuss a legacy gift to the Cultural Center that will match your personal financial plans and philanthropic goals. THE CEDARBURG CULTURAL CENTER ENDOWMENT FUND The Cedarburg Cultural Center is proud to have launched an endowment fund in 2011 in support of the future operations of the Center. Housed at the Greater Cedarburg Foundation, the endowment affords our donors a secure vehicle by which to leave a legacy gift. To learn more about how you may leave a legacy for future generations, please contact: Lauren Rose Hofland, Executive Director Lauren@ArtMusicHistory.org 262.375.3676, extension 107

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Rentals

Frank Juarez - Sheboygan Mark Langholz - Grafton Mary McCann – Mequon David Olson - Germantown Mike Reuteman – West Bend Chris Velnetske - Cedarburg Shelley Weston - Shorewood

Find out why the CCC has become the area’s most popular rental facility! Why not host your wedding reception, meeting, party or seminar at the Cedarburg Cultural Center located in the heart of Cedarburg’s National Historic District! Your guests will thank you for choosing such a convenient location: a charming getaway yet only minutes from I-43 and the City of Milwaukee. • Convenient free parking • Accommodates up to 300 guests seated theater-style or 175 seated guests for dining • Stage with professional lighting, sound system and grand piano • “Caterers dream” staging kitchen • Wi-Fi and projection capabilities • Bar with full liquor license • Wheelchair accessible

Membership

What? You’re not a member? Please JOIN US! We need you. Cultural Center members are the paint on our canvas, the song on our stage, and the story in our shared history. Members share their heart with our heART, and they receive generous discounts on classes, performances, rentals, artwork, and more! Stop by the Center for more information, or visit our website at: CedarburgCulturalCenter.org/donate Fall 2012

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