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May 4, 2016 See Page 6 for Details Ozaukee County Pavilion Ozaukee Guide Recommends Party at the Park CEDARBURG — It's not a concert, it's a party at the park. That's how Summer Sounds Co-President John Wallus describes the family-friendly, all-ages concert series that brings between 3,000 to 5,000 attendees to Cedar Creek Park every Friday night during the summer months, according to Wallus. Summer Sounds has brought Grammy winners, chart-toppers and bands that perform on the late-night circuit, along with out-of-town visitors from Chicago to Minneapolis. The 2016 lineup, announced today, features headliners that are on the rise, but also reserves the opener spots for local artists from the North Shore area. In its 14th year, Wallus said they will continue to raise the bar musically and offer as diverse a lineup as possible. "You can see music here that you will never see at the other (concert series) venues," he said. Wallus and his business partner, Sue Schrader, start each year with little to no money in the budget and work year-round fundraising and booking bands to create a free, top- notch event for the Cedarburg community. Summer Sounds is run by a small group of volunteers under a 501(c)(3) and is funded through sponsorships, private donations and beverage sales (though people are welcome to bring their own spirits to the event). "There is probably not a week that we're not talking about Summer Sounds," Wallus said. The series is kicking off the 2016 season June 17 with the new bandshell stage that was spearheaded and organized by the Rotary Club of Cedarburg- Grafton in celebration of the club's 50th anniversary, and made possible by a $200,000 donation from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. It will wrap up Aug. 19 with a "special treat." "People are going to want to be in the park that night," Wallus said. In addition to providing the weekly event, the nonprofit also tries to give back. The group pays volunteer groups to work the beverage tent and the soccer club to clean up the park Saturday mornings. It also partners with high school commercial art students to design event posters and provides the design winner with a check from BMO Harris Bank. Wallus said Summer Sounds has become the go- to event during the summer that binds the community together and he is happy to be a part of it. Email: email@example.com All About Herbs Lecture Thursday • 7pm See Page 9 for Details Ozaukee Guide Extra Value 25% Off all jewelry for Mother's Day at Tobin Jewelers 7259 Sleepy Hollow Rd. West Bend, WI 53090 (262) 334-1906 W63 N127 Washington Ave. Cedarburg, WI 53012 (262) 377-1906 249891004 Pleasant Dreams! We now carry Two locations to better serve you! Pleasant Dreams! Buy two 7 " subs & a side * , get a 7 " sub FREE! GRAFTON 442 F alls Rd. • Ph 262-375-3939 POR T W A SHINGTON 101 E. Grand A v e. • Ph 262-268-9803 *Side items include c hips, drink & soup . FREE SUB V a lid only at locations listed. Not v a lid with any other coupon or discount. Max v a lue one fr ee sub . Fr ee sub will be lo west r e tail v alue of subs or der e d. Not v a lid with online or ders. Sub sizes ar e approximate . V alid thru 5/31/16. PNS COUSINSSUBS.COM GRAFTON 442 F a lls Road Ph 262-375-3939 POR T W A SHINGTON 101 E. Grand A v e. Ph 262-268-9803 249507004 Summer Sounds brings big acts, stays community-focused By Alison Henderson News Graphic Staff 2016 Summer Sounds lineup Summer Sounds announced its 2016 lineup and hopes the array of diverse acts will push limits and expand musical horizons. The series kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 17 and runs every Friday through Aug. 19 at Cedar Creek Park in Cedarburg. Here is this year's schedule: ■ June 17: The Hip Abduction (St. Petersburg, Fla.), with special guest Jay Matthes ■ June 24: Tubby Love Tribe (Anahola, Hawaii), with special guest Bryn McCardle ■ July 1: Wild Child (Austin, Texas), with special guest Bascom Hill ■ July 8: Muddy Magnolias (Nashville, Tenn.), with special guest Ben Wagner ■ July 15: The Suffers (Houston, Texas), with special guest Shirley Green ■ July 22: Major and the Monbacks (Norfolk, Va.), with special guest Comfort Shag ■ July 29: Reckless Remedy, (Milwaukee), with special guest The Bluff, Wisconsin's premier new country rock band ■ Aug. 5: Ripe (Boston), with special guest Claire Kelly ■ Aug. 12: Cha Wa (New Orleans), with special guest Solid Cedar ■ Aug. 19: Very Special Guest (TBA) Submitted photo The Hip Abduction opens the Summer Sounds seasons with a blend of Afro-pop and indie rock. Comprehensive Eye Exams • Designer Frames • Children's Frames • Contact Lenses • Sunglasses 249152357 Have You Seen Us Lately? FREE FREE Single Vision Plastic Lenses with Purchase of Frame $65 VALUE *Does not include include sunglass frames. Some restrictions may apply. Ask Optician for details. Not valid with previously placed orders, insurance paid orders or any other side or discount. Sale ends 5-31-16.