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History Thrives at the Center! Kuhefuss House Museum Historic Cedarburg School Tours Historic Books, Glasses and Mugs General Store Museum

See pages 27 & 28 for more information about historic properties, programs and merchandise


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Cedarburg Cultural Center The mission of the Cedarburg Cultural Center is to provide a gathering place to celebrate community, the arts and local heritage. The Center is free and open to the public Tuesday through Saturday 10am - 5pm, and Sundays 12 – 4pm. The Center is closed on Mondays. The galleries, classrooms, and restrooms of the Cedarburg Cultural Center are wheelchair accessible.

INFORMATION

Welcome to the

2013-2014

Board of Directors Amy Cordio, Cedarburg

Mark Langholz, Grafton - President

Lisa Froemming, Mequon

Subhendu Modak, Grafton

Marty Gadzichowski, Mequon

Mike Reuteman, West Bend

Jack Hale, Cedarburg

Trudi Roesch, Cedarburg

Jane Hamilton, Oostburg

James Schowalter, Port Washington

Beth Hoffman, Mequon

Chris Velnetske, Cedarburg

Frank Juarez, Sheboygan

Shelley Weston, Shorewood

Mary McCann, Mequon Interim Executive Director

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PERFORMANCE

First Wednesday of Every Month

BLUEBURG CAFÉ Open Mic Night

TThe Blueburg Café offers “Plug and Play” Open Mic nights on the first Wednesday of each month, showcasing musicians, singers, poets, dancers, comedians, filmmakers and story-tellers. Amplification and microphones are provided. There is no cover charge, and all ages are welcome!

Open Mic starts at 7:00 pm and continues until approximately 9:00 pm. Doors open and sign-up begins at 6:15 pm. Performers are encouraged to sign up before 6:40 pm as slots fill quickly. Performers appear on stage on a first-come, first on-stage basis, with management reserving the right to move performances to best showcase the talent. Each performer will have approximately 5 minutes on the stage. Filmmakers must call in advance to ensure proper equipment is available. The Café’s full bar offers drink specials, beer, wine, soft drinks including Sprecher soda, and snacks. Complimentary coffee is provided courtesy of Starbucks® of Cedarburg. Upcoming Blueburg Café Open Mic Nights: February 5, March 5, April 2, May 7

TALENT INCUBATOR

The Blueburg Café is part of the Cedarburg Cultural Center’s Talent Incubator which offers an array of resources including the Songburg Café, 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.

Third Wednesday of Every Month at 7pm

SONGBURG WRITER’S CIRCLE

Participate in monthly sessions to share, encourage and learn from fellow songwriters in a supportive environment. Bring your instrument and your latest work. Please check our website for more information. No charge.

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PERFORMANCE

Friday, January 24, 2014 at 7:30pm American Idol Finalist

NAIMA ADEDAPO

Special appearance by Sophia’s Heart Choir & Dance Team A Benefit for Camp Hometown Heroes Naima Adedapo was one of the Top 11 finalists from American Idol Season 10. She has toured the United States, Canada and the Philippines on the American Idol Tour and has made appearances on Jay Leno, Regis and Kelly, Good Morning America, The Today Show and Entertainment Tonight. A native of Chicago, Naima graduated with honors from the UWM Peck School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. Since the age of 13 she has taught Stepping, African Dance, and Hip Hop to youth for several different community outreach centers and schools all over Milwaukee. Naima has a deep belief in providing support to a number of charity partners. Most recently, she is proud to serve as a celebrity ambassador for Camp Hometown Heroes, a national, free summer camp for children of fallen U.S. service members. Naima will be joined on stage by Sophia’s Heart Choir & Dance Team, a performing arts troupe that performs at events throughout Milwaukee and Wisconsin. Students from Milwaukee’s central city schools participate in the year-long after school performing arts program, and choose, rehearse and create choreography for their performances to Billboard Top 20 songs. www.sophiasheart.org $12 member advance | $15 advance | $20 day of show | $10 student with ID $100 reserved table for 4 | $200 reserved table for 8

Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 7:30pm

UnCultural Night with

PAT MCCURDY

For a dozen years, Milwaukee-based singer/songwriter Pat McCurdy has brought his guitar and off-beat sense of humor to the Center’s stage. With over 600 original songs to his credit, it is always a great night to enjoy some grown-up fun for the kid in all of us! Mild adult language and content. www.patmccurdy.com $12 member advance | $15 advance | $17 day of show | $136 reserved table of eight

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Blues in the ‘Burg

ALEX WILSON BAND

Born into a family of talented musicians, Alex Wilson picked up the guitar at the age of five and never put it down. Alex formed his own garage band at 13, was playing professionally by 17 and by 21 had joined Milwaukee’s Blue Rubies and was performing regionally. Playing up to 25 gigs a month, Wilson honed and sharpened his skills as a singer/songwriter, guitar player and overall entertainer.

PERFORMANCE

Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 7:30pm

Between 2007 and 2011, Alex was nominated by the Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) for the categories of “Blues Artist of the Year,” “Guitarist of the Year” and “Album of the Year” and has won the awards in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011. In 2011 and 2013, he finished in the top 10 out of 150 bands at the International Blues Challenge (IBC), A versatile musician, Alex plays everything from sweet Beal Street blues to West Coast swing and from hard Texas grinders to stone cold Chicago grooves. Alex’s style, undeniable stage presence and unmistakable guitar style will drive you to dance! www.AlexWilsonBand.com $10 member advance | $13 advance | $15 day of show | $5 student with ID | $135 reserved table of eight

Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 6:00pm 20th annual

IRISH EVE

Get a jump on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with traditional Irish fare, cold brews, thrilling Irish dance & rousing Irish music at this festive FUNdraiser for the CCC! Enjoy a buffet dinner by Out & Out Catering of Cedarburg. The Center’s full cash bar will be open all night. Kick up your heels with the award-winning Trinity Irish Dancers. Lively entertainment from Shamrocks & Shenanigans featuring beautiful Irish ballads and boisterous pub songs performed by: Joe Henderson, Bodhran, snare drum Amy Otis, Fiddle Mary Calvey, Vocalist Steve Vogt, Guitar, ukulele, banjo, bass, harmonica, Cajun drums Jay Burkard, Vocalist, tin whistle, clarinet Sponsored by Port Washington State Bank and Olsen’s Piggly Wiggly

$40 ticket includes food and entertainment Advance reservations recommended.

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PERFORMANCE

Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 7:30pm

Classical Music Prodigies

HANNAH, JONAH AND JOSHUA WHITE

You have to see these talented siblings to believe they are only in their teens! Experience the magic of their performances in the Center’s intimate setting before their careers take off to the world stage! Hannah White, age 13, has been playing the violin for seven years and is in her fourth year as member of the Music Institute of Chicago’s (MIC) Academy Program for gifted pre-college musicians. Hannah has been a member of the Milwaukee and Waukesha Youth Symphony Orchestras and has been a featured soloist with Milwaukee, Madison and Chicago professional orchestras. Hannah has won numerous competitions including: - MYSO String Orchestra Concerto Competition - Madison Symphony Orchestra Youth Concerto Competitions - Chinese Fine Arts Music Competition - Sejong Cultural Society Music Competition (twice) - Music Institute of Chicago Academy Concerto Competition (twice) - Semi-finalist at the Stradivarius International Violin Competition Joshua White, age 14, has been playing the piano for seven years and is currently studying with the Music Institute of Chicago. He has attended numerous piano master classes led by nationally acclaimed musicians. Joshua’s honors include: - 1st Place at the 32nd Annual Roberta Savler Piano Contest - 2nd Place at the Society of American Musicians in the Junior Division - Honorable Mention at Sejong Cultural Society’s Music Competition - Advanced to the State Level at the Wisconsin Music Teachers Association - Highest rating at the Kettle Moraine Music Teachers Association Music Festival Jonah White, age 16, has been playing the piano for eight years. Jonah is currently studying with the Music Institute of Chicago, has attended master classes with nationally acclaimed musicians, and has performed with Milwaukee and Waukesha Youth Symphony Orchestras. Jonah’s achievements include: - First Prize in the Frank Stehlik’s Musichorale Music Competition in Illinois - First Place in his division at the Grandquist Music Competition - Silver Prize at the Chicago Area Music Teachers Association - 2nd Place at the Chinese Fine Arts Society Music Competition - Gold Plaque from the Kettle Moraine Music Teachers Association Music Festival for receiving the highest possible ratings three consecutive years $8 member advance | $10 advance | $12 day of show | $3 student with ID | $105 reserved table of 8

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Saturday, April 12, 2014

A FUNdraiser benefitting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 6 pm - The evening begins with food, drink and fun to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Purchase hot pizza, cold beer, blonde root beer, and delicious caramel apples. Be sure to bid often and bid high at the silent auction! 7:30 pm - The McMann & Tate comedy troupe takes to the stage to play their popular improv games with help from audience suggestions. Mild adult language and content. $10 member advance | $13 advance | $15 day of show | $135 reserved table of eight

YOU GOTTA HAVE ART Gala Fundraiser Juried Exhibit Preview Saturday, February 15, 2014 at 6:30pm The biggest event of the year to benefit the Center’s art, music and history programming!

Paint Your Art Out! Live artist event featuring Nora Boedecker, Daniel Fleming, Dena Nord, Pam Ruschman, Chris Behrs and Kerry Tharp. Balloon POP! And Silent Auctions

Come dressed as your favorite painting or artist. Costumes are encouraged, but never required. Make your $35 per person advance reservation at the Center, by calling 262-375-3676 or visiting the website. Ticket includes heavy hors d’oeuvre reception. Cash bar. Virtual table for 10 receives complimentary bottle of wine. This year’s YOU GOTTA HAVE ART juried exhibit and gala fundraiser is graciously co-hosted by Mark & Lori Langholz and Frank Juarez.

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EDUCATION

Classes WATERCOLOR WITH ALICE STRUCKBEGINNING ARTISTS Jan-March Session: Saturdays: January 11 & 25, February 8 & 22, March 8: 11:30 am – 2 pm $125 Members | $ 156 Non-Members

WATERCOLOR WITH ALICE STRUCKCONTINUING ARTISTS Jan-March Session: Saturdays: January 11 & 25, February 8 & 22, March 8: 9 - 11:30 am $125 Members | $156 Non-Members

WATERCOLOR WITH ALICE STRUCKBEGINNING ARTISTS March- May Session: March 22, April 5 & 19, May 3 & 17: 11: 30 am – 2 pm $125 Members | $156 Non-Members

WATERCOLOR WITH ALICE STRUCKCONTINUING ARTISTS March- May Session: March 22, April 5 & 19, May 3 & 17: 9 - 11: 30 am $125 Members | $156 Non-Members Watercolor Classes for Continuing Artists and Beginning Students include: Introduction and Demonstration of a new painting in each session, in-class work and discussion of each student’s strengths, goals and challenges. Beginner classes focus on Finding a Subject and Using Resources, Skill Development and Materials and Tools.  Alice Struck is a veteran teacher and award winning artist with 25 years’ experience of exhibiting and working in the Wisconsin arts community. Supply list online or at CCC.

WOODCARVING: SNOWMAN WITH OUTSTRETCHED ARMS WITH GREG YOUNG Thursdays: January 16, 23 & 30: 6-8 pm $56 Member | $69 Non-Member Supply list online or at CCC. Bring your sense of humor and prepare to have fun! In this course, students will be introduced to tools used to create a woodcarving. Proper

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and safe use of tools will be discussed, as well as how to sharpen and maintain tools. Students will learn the unique properties on working with woodgrain, and complete a whimsical snowman. Lastly, students receive pointers on painting the completed carving.

CHARCOAL DRAWING WITH BEKI BORMAN

Wednesdays: February 12, 19 & 26: 6-8 pm $ 48 Member | $ 59 Non-Member Supply list online or at CCC. Charcoal is a unique and powerful tool. It creates deep, rich darks and easily describes value and form. Artists use it to create quick gestures and sketches, as well as polished, detailed drawings. Charcoal can be used in many different and often expressive ways. In this class, we will study drawing, with a focus on charcoal and its different uses. Beginners are welcome, as well as experienced artists.

WOODCARVING: LEPRECHAUN BOTTLE STOPPER WITH GREG YOUNG

Thursdays: February 13, 20 & 27: 6-8 pm $ 56 Member | $ 69 NonMember Supply list online or at CCC. Get ready for St. Patrick’s Day with this unique and whimsical bottle stopper! Students will be introduced to tools used to create a woodcarving. Proper and safe use of tools will be discussed, as well as how to sharpen and maintain tools. Students will learn the unique properties on working with woodgrain, and complete a creative leprechaun to bottle up your favorite St. Patrick’s beverage.

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Wednesdays: March 12, 19, 26 & April 2: 6-8 pm $ 63 Member | $ 79 Non-Member Supply list online or at CCC. Paint with thick, creamy paint and create vibrant, colorful surfaces. Knife painting allows the artist to loosen up and achieve a more impressionistic look. Working from both still life and photo, students will learn how to handle painting knives in order to achieve impasto texture in their paintings. Techniques in knife manipulation will be covered as well as direct painting methods and color observation. This class requires some basic painting experience.

DISCOVERING THE WISCONSIN LANDSCAPE IN ACRYLIC WITH BEKI BORMAN Wednesdays: April 23, 30, May 7 & 14: 6-8 pm $ 63 Member/ $ 79 Non-Member Supply list online or at CCC. What makes the Wisconsin Landscape unique? How can an artist emphasize the recognizable wheat fields, skylines, trees and farms that are noteworthy to the experience of Wisconsin? This class covers landscape painting in acrylics and the basics of setting up a composition, but goes one step further in emphasizing the features that make our home state stand out. We will work from photographs and life in combining observation, emotion and memory when painting.

WOODCARVING: THE WOODSPIRIT WITH GREG YOUNG

Thursdays: May 1 & 8: 6-8 pm $ 36 Member | $ 45 Non-Member Supply list online or at CCC. Learn to carve the basic human face using the corner of a stick of wood. Students will be introduced to tools used to create a woodcarving. Proper and safe use of tools will be discussed, as well as how to sharpen and maintain tools. Students will learn the unique properties on working with woodgrain, while creating this spirited springtime woodspirit- a perfect project for May Day!

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EDUCATION

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Thursday, January 23: 6-8 pm Friday, February 21: 6-8 pm Thursday, April 24: 6-8 pm Thursday, May 22: 6-8 pm

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EDUCATION

Classes BASIC DRAWING FOR YOUTH - AGES 11-15 AFTER-SCHOOL ART CLASS WITH MICHELLE SAVAS THOMPSON Wednesdays: January 29, February 5, 12 & 19: 4-5 pm $47 Member | $59 Non-Member Supplies included.

BASIC DRAWING FOR YOUTH - AGES 6-10 AFTER-SCHOOL ART CLASS WITH MICHELLE SAVAS THOMPSON

Wednesdays: February 26, March 5, 12 &19: 4-5 pm $47 Member | $59 Non-Member Supplies included. Sharpen your pencil and hone your skills! Basic Drawing for Youth classes will cover those essential skills such as perspective, shading, using a grid and still life drawing.

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INSECT RELIEF SCULPTURES IN CLAY WITH PATTI DOUGHMAN Thursdays, March 20 & 27: from 4-5 pm $25 Member | $32 Non-Member Supplies included. Craft your crawling (or flying!) creation in clay, then finish your fired tile off with acrylic and lacquer paints. Recommended for grades 2-4.

Please check our website for additions to the class schedule!

PAINT LIKE PICASSO, PAINT LIKE MONET… WITH KELLY GARCIA

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Tuesday & Thursday, April 15 & 17 from 10 am - 11:30 am $35 Member | $44 Non-Member Supplies included. Two memorable artists and two distinct styles. Try them both and see which one fits your personal style! Recommended for ages 6 -12.

BOBBLEHEAD SCULPTURES IN CLAY WITH PATTI DOUGHMAN

Thursdays, February 13 &20: 4-5 pm $25 Member | $32 Non-Member Supplies included. They bobble, they wobble…create your own silly bobblehead from clay, then paint your fired friend with acrylic & lacquer paints to finish it off in colorful delight! Recommended for grades 4-8.

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ART

Exhibits 2ND ANNUAL CCC MEMBERS ONLY EXHIBIT & SALE

Sunday, December 8, 2013 Sunday, January 26, 2014 Opening Reception: Sunday, December 8: 1-4 pm In its second year, this “cash and carry” exhibit features original works by the CCC’s very own members. Expect a delightful mix of many media, including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, fibers, jewelry and more.  Purchased artworks may be taken home and enjoyed the same day.

YOU GOTTA HAVE ART: CCC ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBIT & SALE

Saturday, February 15 – Sunday, March 23 Fundraiser Gala & Awards Presentation: Saturday, February 15: 6:30 pm (Tickets required for Gala) An annual fundraiser Gala kicks off the CCC’s very own juried exhibit & sale. Expect a wide variety of media by local and regional artists of all styles and genres.

67TH ANNUAL OZAUKEE COUNTY ART SHOW & SALE

Sunday, March 30 – Sunday, April 27 Opening Reception: Sunday, March 30: 1-4 pm An annual tradition at the CCC, the Ozaukee County Art Show features the works of both amateur, professional and student artists residing, working or teaching in Ozaukee County. Ribbons are awarded to the best in each category.

INDIANA GREEN 5 YR ANNIVERSARY SHOW

Saturday, May 3 – Sunday, June 22 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 10: 6-9 pm In its 5th exciting year, this regional group show was first organized by Frank Juarez in 2010 and held at the Frank Juarez Gallery in Sheboygan. Indiana Green features a diverse body of work produced by such artists as Tony Conrad, Leah Schreiber Johnson, Dale Knaak, Tiffany Knopow, Melissa Dorn Richards, and Christine Style, as well as others living and/or working in Illinois and Wisconsin. Expect a showcase of works ranging from photographs to installation, paintings to collage, figurative to abstraction and needlework to mixed media as a result of personal exploration of materials, media and ideas in a contemporary practice.

WAUWATOSA ARTISTS WORKSHOP

Saturday, May 3 – Sunday, June 22 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 10: 6-9 pm Wauwatosa Artists Workshop was founded in 1980 as an active group of working artists in the Southeastern Wisconsin area. It is a juried group of adult artists with a passion for drawing and painting. Artists working in a variety of painting and drawing styles are included.

GALLERY OF STUDENT ART

Sunday, March 30 – Sunday, April 27 Opening Reception: Sunday, March 30: 1-4 pm Featuring the best work created by Cedarburg Public and Parochial schools, this annual exhibit showcases both the 2D and 3D works of youth from Kindergarten through 8th grades.

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HISTORY

CCC Historic Properties and Programming Update Even though we’ve shuttered and winterized the Kuhefuss House Museum, the Historic Properties and Programs Committee is hard at work behind the scenes preparing our spring and summer offerings. Research is being done, hands-on props are being added and docents are getting ready for our popular school tour program which launches again in May 2014. Over the past few years, attendance by area school children has more than doubled and now includes public and parochial schools as well as scout troops from Cedarburg, Grafton and Jackson. This growing program has really energized the committee and the excitement of guiding over 450 children through Cedarburg is almost palpable when the docents meet. The Historic Properties and Programs Committee is also gearing up for its summer tour season which kicks off in June 2014 and continues on weekends through the end of August. Don’t forget to stop by when we’re open! Watch for details in our summer newsletter. As always, if you are interested in being a docent for our 2014 school tours or our summer and Christmas tour seasons, please contact Sue Gyarmati at the Cedarburg Cultural Center and she will pass along your information. She can be reached at Sue@ArtMusicHistory.org or at 262-375-3676 ext. 106.

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Now you can own your favorite historic images of Cedarburg while supporting the Center’s mission to preserve the area’s history. We’ve taken some of the most popular images of Cedarburg and put them on high quality merchandise for you to share with friends and family.

Merchandise, including glassware and ceramic mugs, is available at the Cultural Center during regular business hours. Historic prints and other merchandise may also be ordered on our online store at: www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.smugmug.com. All proceeds from the sale help us continue our historic programming, preserve the Rappold and Dobberpuhl photo collections and our archives of historic Cedarburg artifacts.

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INFORMATION

Call for Artists!

Artists and Fine Crafters are invited to apply for the Cultural Center’s Fine Arts & Crafts Fair during Cedarburg’s Strawberry Festival June 28 & 29, 2014. Booths are available on Washington Avenue and in the Center’s parking lot.Visit the CCC website at www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.org and click on the “ART” tab at the top of the page, then click on “Calls for Artists,” or contact Jean at 262-375-3676 ext.102 or Jean@ArtMusicHistory.org.

Call for Volunteers!

It’s turned into one of the biggest festivals in Southeast Wisconsin, and we can’t do it without lots of volunteers! The Center needs YOU for Strawberry Festival on Saturday and Sunday, June 28 & 29, 2014. Help needed includes concession sales, grilling, raffle sales, set up and take down. We also are looking ahead to the annual Architectural Treasures Tour on Saturday and Sunday, August 2 & 3, 2014, and need ticket takers and tour guides. If you have a few hours to share your time and enthusiasm, please contact Jean at 262-375-3676 ext.102 or Jean@ArtMusicHistory.org.

Call for Youth Artists!

11th Annual Youth Plein Air Art Contest & Exhibit Contest Dates: Thursday, June 12 through Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Exhibit Dates: Friday, June 27 through Saturday, August 9, 2014 Young artists ages 17 & under are invited to get out into the sunshine and create a work in your favorite Ozaukee County location. Awards will be presented in each age category: 5 & under, ages 6-8, ages 9-12 and ages 13-17, including a “People’s Choice” award, voted on by the many visitors expected to view the artwork over this year’s Strawberry Festival weekend on Saturday and Sunday, June 28 & 29. Entry is $5 per child, or free entry included with participation in the Color Your World Art Camp (see “A Look Ahead to Summer”). For more information contact Jeanette Gabrys at 262-375-3676 ext.108 or Jeanette@ArtMusicHistory.org.

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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. 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. THE CEDARBURG CULTURAL CENTER ENDOWMENT FUND The Cedarburg Cultural Center is proud to have launched an endowment fund in 2012 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 the Development Office at 262.375.3676 or cccmail@ArtMusicHistory.org.

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Located in the heart of Cedarburg’s picturesque National Historic District, the Cultural Center offers a beautiful setting for weddings, anniversaries, business meetings, reunions and special events. With a flexible space to accommodate a variety of group sizes and needs, the Center is the perfect fit for all your occasions. Conveniently located just minutes from I-43 and downtown Milwaukee, guests will thank you for choosing such a charming getaway!

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Membership

The Center thrives because of its members and donors! Membership with the Cedarburg Cultural Center not only demonstrates your support for the arts in your community, but also offers you discounts on performances and education classes plus exclusive members-only opportunities, such as the annual Members Exhibit and invitations to special events. For more information, stop by or visit the website at www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.org/donate We extend a big THANK YOU to our members who renew their support annually, and an invitation to new members to JOIN and enjoy the benefits of membership with the arts organization that has been the CENTER of it all for 28 years! If your company offers a matching gift program for active and retired employees, your membership contribution can make an even bigger impact at the Center. Please check with your company’s human resources office for more information.

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