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The Cedar Ice-Burg Open takes place on a Saturday in February during the Cedarburg Winter Festival. The Ice-Burg Open is a winter golf outing where golfers play 18 holes of golf in and around Cedarburg's Cedar Creek Park. Golfers are allowed to use one club (usually a 5 iron) to hit a tennis ball from the tee area to the hole (tire with flag) in the least amount of strokes. This can be quite a challenge while maneuvering in and around the snow, trees, and the frozen creek. Prizes are given away for such accomplishments as longest drive, closest to the hole, lowest score as well as many others.
Afterwards, there is a spaghetti dinner at the PETER WOLLNER POST 288 American Legion Hall where the awards, door prizes, and raffles are drawn then given away. If you are in Cedarburg during the Winter Festival, bring your 5 iron and three of your friends. Registration is at the American Legion Post.
If you wish to become a hole sponsor, donate a prize, or participate in this years outing, call or fax us at 414-228-4402 or email us.
The Cedarburg Lions will be holding its Annual “Spring Swing” Charity Golf Outing usually on the second Monday in June. This year’s format includes participant’s choice of a traditional 4 person Scramble or a 4 person/2 best ball Shamble! Same day registration opens at 10:30, and then the event begins with a shot gun start at 11:45 a.m. Each golfer’s $95.00 entry fee covers 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch, on course events, dinner and awards – submit registrations and fees by June 1 to confirm participation. Foursomes and individual golfers are welcome (we will assign you to a team).
All proceeds benefit Lions Charities. Details will be coming soon. For more information, call 414-228-4402
During Cedarburg's citywide Strawberry Festival, the fourth full weekend of June each year.
While the historic City of Cedarburg is known for many things, the strawberry gets it own special weekend during the fourth full weekend in late June. Throughout the downtown, retailers and organizations sell food, refreshments, arts/crafts, and other similar items. Fresh strawberries can be purchased by themselves or in just about any type of edible item.
The Cedarburg Lions Club participates by operating a food court with local musicians playing. Brats, hotdogs,hamburgers, turkey drumsticks, beer, soda, and water are available for purchase. This location is across from the Cedar Creek Settlement.
Plan on spending your 4th of July at Cedar Creek Park this year! Bring your friends and family to the city's annual celebration while we do the cooking!
The Cedarburg Lions Club brings food and beverage to you all day long from mid morning until the end of the fireworks at scenic Cedar Creek Park in the heart of downtown Cedarburg. There are live bands all day, food, entertainment, drink and of course fireworks at the end of the civic celebration. Join us for this great family event.
And as always, 100% of your food and drink purchases support this great local charity!
Cedarburg is the host of the annual Ozaukee County Fair. There is plenty to do ranging from the games and rides in the midway to listening to the bands or viewing the judged competitions for the arts/crafts, livestock, and homemade goods. There is plenty of great food, beer, and other refreshments, as well as a demolition derby. The Cedarburg Lions Bingo tent is a great way to rest your feet, have a refreshment and possibly win some money. Bingo is played during most of the fair and is a fun way to support the local community.
Each year during the third full weekend of September, the historic City of Cedarburg celebrates it's heritage with a wine & harvest festival. Throughout the downtown, retailers and organizations sell food, refreshments, arts/crafts, and other similar items. Bands play and competitions such as a "grape stomping" are held.
The Cedarburg Lions Club participates by operating a food court with local musicians playing. Brats, turkey drumsticks, beer, soda, and water are available for purchase. If you are planning on a visit to Cedarburg, you may want to do it during this weekend. It is a great way to spend a Fall afternoon. Remember to stop by the Lions area (across from the Cedar Creek Settlement).
A two day weekend event in October. A huge tent will be erected in the Community Center Parking Lot (W63 N641 Washington Avenue) to cover the bands, the dance floor and tables, lending a true Oktoberfest feel. Oktoberfest means authentic German music and the entertainment. Cedarburg Lion’s will serve Currywurst, Bratwurst and Hotdogs. Guests will also find specialty beers
Buying a Poinsettia from the Cedarburg Lions Club is a great way to get in to the holiday spirit. Many of the Poinsettias that are purchase typically are given away as gifts to relatives, employees, and friends.
You have your choice of either red or white. We will deliver it to your home or place of business during one of the two delivery days set aside in the first two weeks of December. There is no better way to get in the holiday spirit! As always, all proceeds go to charity.
The Cedarburg Lions Club participate in the Cedarburg's popular flea market which takes place four times each year (May, July, Sept. and Oct. ) rain or shine. Over 800 vendors represented with a varied selection of antiques, collectibles, crafts, fine arts. The Lions Sell Packer Raffle Tickets in which a drawing will take place in late September. Prizes include 1)Packer Autographed Helmet, 2) two Gold Games 4 tickets for each game and third prize $100.00. Packer raffle tickets are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00 all profits go to Cedarburg Lions Club Charities. Firemen’s Park is located at W65 N796 Washington Avenue, Cedarburg, WI.
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The Cedarburg Lions Club in association with the Cedarburg High School Scholarship Foundation provides three $1000 scholarships each year to deserving graduating seniors . The Lions also provide a sportsman award to the school .
The Cedarburg Lions Club supports the The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund which offers its support to the children of fallen post-9/11 service members through this annual scholarship. It remains our civic duty and a point of pride to ensure these children are able to receive the best education possible after losing a parent in defense of this country. For more information regarding The American Legion Legacy Scholarship, e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Lions Club sponsor the Community blood drive 6 times a year. This valuable life giving resource provides blood to recipients in our area. See our Events calendar for times and dates. Or visit Blood Drive
The CLC financially supports the camp and also sponsors eligible children and adults with disabilities from our area. We serve children and adults who are blind or visually impaired, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, children with intellectual disabilities or educational autism and children with diabetes. For more info go to Lions Camp
Our Club enjoys hosting Bingo games at the Lasata Senior Living Campus and the Cedar Springs Health & Rehabilitation Center. We visit six times a year and we are always told how much fun the residents have. We also bring pets and small children for the seniors to enjoy. Just don't let them find out we have a lot of fun as well.
Our club supports the Southeastern Wisconsin Lions BOLD Inc.is by far the largest and most active BOLD organization in the USA.The organization known as BOLD (Blind Outside Leisure Development) is open to all legally blind people. Event participation is free. BOLD’s purpose is to allow the blind and visually impaired to experience outdoor sports and leisure activities while developing their social and athletic skills. Our club helps funds and also provides transportation to BOLD Members to events. For more info go to BOLD
The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3, is a team of professionals and volunteers dedicated to the mission of restoring the Gift of Sight through recovery and transplantation of corneas, research to advance the knowledge and treatment of eye diseases, and education to increase donations of human eyes after death. Our club supports the Lions Eye Bank financially and As Transporters for the Wisconsin Lions Eye Bank, we transport corneas to and from our main medical facility. There, they recover, evaluate, store and distribute human eye tissue for vision restoration, research and education. Eye surgeons rely on eye banks to supply them with tissue for sight-saving procedures. Additional info can be found at LEBW
Founded by three Detroit-area Lions Clubs members in 1939, Leader Dogs for the Blind empowers people who are blind, visually impaired or Deaf-Blind with skills for a lifetime of independent travel, opening doors that may seem to have closed with the loss of sight. For more info please go to Leader Dog
During the first weekend of December every year year, Santa plans a special visit to Johnson's Gardens to listen to your Christmas wishes. In the spirit of the holidays, bring your family out for a fun filled day in our magical winter wonderland. We invite you to enjoy snacks like warm cider and cookies while you immerse yourself in the bright and colorful displays we've created. Have your camera ready! The Lion's Club will also be taking pictures for you to take home.Sponsored by the Cedarburg Lion's Club. Location: Johnson Greenhouses - 8504 Highway 60, Cedarburg, Wisconsin 53012