Ozaukee County Guide

April 16, 2014

Ozaukee County Guide e-edition

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April 16, 2014 Ozaukee Guide Extra Value See Page 13 for Details Sat., April 18-24 Ozaukee Guide Recommends CEDARBURG ART MUSEUM-A Visit To The Past The history of today's Cedarburg Art Museum begins in 1898, when it was designed as a residence for Leopold and Johanna Jochem by Cedarburg architect William Hilgen. Construction was overseen by mill owner Dietrich Wittenberg, who envisioned the building as a gift for his daughter and her husband. The museum's grand, red brick structure, with its delightful turret, is a combination of Romanesque, Queen Anne and Classical architecture. Despite the fact that the building was once converted into multi-tenant apartments, the original oak and maple woodwork and charming hand-painted canvases on the ceiling in the front foyer still exist. Original stained glass graces the open staircase that leads up to the second floor. And windows on the second and third levels provide a bird's-eye view of Cedarburg's Historic District. The Cedarburg Art Museum and its initial 49 paintings were donated to the people of Cedarburg by a trust fund created for the community by Ozaukee Bank with the mission to establish and maintain a permanent forum that will collect, exhibit and preserve for the ages, the artwork of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, and its surrounding areas. We invite you to attend our OCHS quarterly meeting on Monday, May 5th, at the Cedarburg Cultural Center, when speakers from the Cedarburg Art Museum will talk about the museum and its programs, the building's architecture and the Jochem family. Whether you've already visited the museum, or plan to do so soon, mark your calendar for May 5th and bring your friends. The Cedarburg Cultural Center is located in downtown Cedarburg; our business meeting begins at 7:00 pm, with the presentation starting at 7:30 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. 12 Years a Slave See Page 6 For Details 5/31/14. 237980001 7259 Sleepy Hollow Rd. West Bend, WI 53090 (262) 334-1906 W63 N127 Washington Ave. Cedarburg, WI 53012 (262) 377-1906 Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Doors open: 3:30pm/Show begins: 6:30pm Washington County Fair Park ADMISSION: $12 General seating $30 VIP seating package Includes preferred seating & parking, VIP Lounge access, meet & greet with Taste of Home chef, Guy Klinzing and more! TO ORDER TICKETS: Call 262-306-5000 In person Daily News office – 100 S. 6th Ave., West Bend Cedarburg office - W61N306 Washington Ave. Ste L1, Cedarburg F R E E Subscription to the Taste of Home magazine or The Family Handyman magazine Goodie bag filled with coupons, products and magazines Delicious recipes prepared by a Taste of Home culinary expert Sampling & pampering by participating vendors TICKETS ON SALE Monday Monday, A , April 21 pril 21 Details at gmtoday.com/tasteofhome Not valid with other discounts or insurance paid orders or any other sale or discount.Valid 4-15-14 thru 5/14/14. All Prescription Eyewear April Means Showers of Savings! A BETTER VALUE IN SIGHT 1210 12th Ave Downtown Grafton (next to Colectivo Coffee) Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9:30-8:00pm • Sat. 9:30-4:00, 262-377-6800 Ozaukee Counties Largest Selection of Quality Eyewear Eye Care For The Entire Family! 237980008 Save your ASH TREES! Free diagnosis and quote from certified arborist

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