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NOVEMBER 2021 • OZAUKEE COUNTY HOLIDAY EVENTS GUIDE PUBLISHED BY THE NEWS GRAPHIC To the best of our knowledge, the information listed for events is accurate. Times and dates could be subject to change. Ongoing, now thru Friday, Dec. 10 Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County Holiday Gift Card Donation Drive Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County is a local non-profit in need of your help. During our Annual Holi- day Donation Drive, we are request- ing donations which will provide valuable support to our seniors, as well as some Holiday cheer. We are seeking gift cards to local grocery stores, Walgreens, CVS and Walmart. Please consider helping us help a senior in need this Holiday season by dropping off or mailing items to: Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County, 885 Badger Circle, Grafton 53024. For more information, call 262- 376-5362 or email info@interfaith ozaukee.org. Ongoing, now thru Thurs., Dec. 23, Monday to Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm Rudolph's Craft, Gift and Christmas Re-Sale Shop Christmas resale and handmade items from our Senior Center Crafters. This is a small gift shop with a nice selection of holiday décor, cards, gift bags and more! There will also be raffle baskets available, so stop by to purchase a ticket or two. Payment by cash or check only. Shop will be closed Nov. 26 & 27. For more info, please call 262-375-7644. Cedarburg Senior Center, W63 N643 Washington Avenue Saturday, Nov. 13, 9am-2pm St. Paul's Women's Guild 41st Annual Country Fair The fair will feature numerous ven- dors, crafts, homemade bakery, Christmas Cookies and so much more. The Guild will also be serving a ham sandwich luncheon with potato salad and homemade pie. St. Paul Lutheran Church, 701 Washington Ave., Grafton Saturday, Nov. 13, 9am-3pm Grace Lutheran Church Handmade Arts and Crafts Fair Over 30 handmade local artisans dis- play their works at our 5th Annual fair. Masks required for all vendors and attendees. Contact Pat Murack at 262-951-5056 for questions. Grace Lutheran Church, 715 6th Ave., Grafton Saturday, Nov. 13, 10am-6pm & Sunday, Nov. 14, 8am-1pm Lumen Christi Holiday Art & Craft Fair Find unique holiday gifts and support a great cause at this annual event. The work of around twenty-five artists is for sale, including home décor, pottery, jewelry, clothing, paint- ings, Holiday decor and more. Pro- ceeds from a silent auction benefit Lumen Christi Summer Outreach trips. Free admission & parking. Call 262-512-8983 for more information. Join us upstairs in St. Cecilia Hall, up the ramp from our beautiful new church. Lumen Christi Parish, 2700 W. Mequon Rd., Mequon Saturdays & Sundays from Nov. 13 – Jan. 9, 2022, 11am-3pm Christmas with Trains For over 120 years, Lionel along with other manufacturers of trains have been a large part of Christmas. Every year John's Hobbies hears stories from customers about the trains they received at Christmas. Inspired by these stories, John's Hobbies has put together an exhibition of trains for the public to view. You will experi- ence the sight and sound of trains on Christmas morning. There are sever- al train layouts that include N, HO, S, O, and G scale trains. This is free for all to see. Please call 262-673-7454 for more information. John's Hobbies (Lower Level), 54 N. Main St., Hartford Tuesday, Nov. 16, 6pm-8pm GriefShare: Surviving the Holidays Help and hope as you navigate Thanksgiving and Christmas, espe- cially for people who are grieving the loss of a loved one. All are welcome. For more information, call 262-242- 1670 or visit www.crossroadspres.org. Crossroads Presbyterian Church, 6031 W. Chapel Hill Road, Mequon, intersection of Green Bay and High- land roads. Friday, Nov. 19 - Friday, Dec. 17 Cedarburg lights up the holiday sea- son every Friday evening! Visit Cedarburg as hundreds of glimmer- ing luminaries are placed in historic downtown, illuminating your shop- ping experience. To add to the charm, hop on a free trolley ride and check out Cedarburg's beautiful window displays. Luminaries & trolley rides are weather permitting! For more information about locations and times, visit cedarburg.org. Friday, Nov. 19 – Sunday, Dec. 19 Santa's Workshop Santa's Workshop will be in front of Cedarburg City Hall for the Christ- mas season. When Santa is not in, peek inside the windows to see the toys he's been working on. Santa will be in residence starting on Friday, Nov. 19. For all times, please visit www.cedarburgchristmas.com. Friday, Nov. 19 and Sat., Nov. 20, 9am-4pm Shady Lady Floral Christmas on the Porch Christmas wreaths, table arrange- ments, swags, Christmas decorated high heels, outdoor decorated sleds, ice skates and much more. 1598 Covered Bridge Road, Cedarburg Friday, Nov. 19, 5pm-7pm Festive Friday at the Kuhefuss House Museum Come enjoy the magic of Cedarburg during the Holidays at the historic Kuhefuss House Museum! Bundle up and stay warm by the campfire while enjoying holiday hits and seasonally inspired refreshments. Cash bar. Kuhefuss House Museum, W63 N627 Washington Ave., Cedarburg Friday, Nov. 19, 5pm-8pm Festive Friday Eves – The Settle- ment Christmas Showcase Cedar Creek Settlement. Live music with The Lou Menchaca Trio. Com- plimentary cider & cookies. Sample Cedar Creek Winery's Christmas wine. Food sampling. Gift Basket Drawing. Free. Mel's Charities Cook- out (Fee). www.cedarcreeksettlement. com. Cedar Creek Settlement, corner of Bridge Road and Washington Avenue, Cedarburg Saturday, Nov. 20, 9am-3pm Lady Elks Craft Fair Local crafts and vendors, bake sale and raffles. Free admission. Elks Lodge, 5555 W. Good Hope Road, Milwaukee Sunday, Nov. 21, 3:30pm Christ the King Celebration The 38th annual Concordia Universi- ty Wisconsin Christ the King Celebra- tion will feature several student ensembles as they commemorate the culmination of the liturgical year through song in the Chapel of Christ Triumphant. Please note that this year's celebration is a livestream on CUW's Music web page: https://www. cuw.edu/MusicLive. For more infor- mation, please visit www.cuw.edu. Sunday, Nov. 21, 6pm Grafton Tree Lighting Ceremony, sponsored by Port Washington State Bank Jolly the Elf will make an appearance to hand out Goodie Bags to children, who can bring their letters to Santa. Remember to include name and address so Santa can send answers from the North Pole. The Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce will rec- ognize the 2021 Outstanding Citi- zen/Community Group. Help light Christmas trees, visit the Paramount Plaza and view the decorations creat- ed by local businesses and non-profit groups. Hot chocolate and cookies. Paramount Plaza - Downtown Grafton Thursday, Nov. 25, 9am The Junior Woman's Club of Mequon- Thiensville hosts its Annual "5K Turkey Trot & Gobble Gallop" charity run/walk through the scenic Village of Thiensville. The group's one big fundraiser of the year is held on Thanksgiving Day morning. There will also be a Virtual 5K Run/Walk option this year. Run or walk any 5K course of your choosing on Thanks- giving Day. Only the in-person event will be chip-timed and medals will be awarded. Virtual participants will be able to submit their own time. Pro- ceeds from this year's event will help support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County, Portal inc, Sirona Recovery, Thiensville Fire Depart- ment and Thiensville Police Depart- ment. Additional proceeds will bene- fit a wide range of community events and projects. For a complete schedule and registration information, go to www.juniorsmt.org. Thursday, Nov. 25, 10am 13th Annual St. Francis Borgia School Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 5K run and 2 mile walk Participants receive a long sleeve Next Level TM shirt. Register by 5pm on November 9th to guarantee receiv- ing a shirt. The Turkey Trot is pet friendly! Heated outdoor tent for pets. All pets must be leashed and owners must have waste bags. Our goal is to surpass 1,000 runners and walkers. Run is professionally timed. Register at: www.SFBTurkeyTrot.com. 1425 Covered Bridge Road, Cedarburg Thursday, Nov. 25, Noon Trinity Lutheran Church Annual Free Thanksgiving Meal This year the meal will be a drive- thru style, take-out meal format. Includes all the traditional, home cooked, Thanksgiving dinner favo- rites. For more info, call 262-377-0610. Trinity Lutheran Church, N60 W6047 Columbia Ave., Cedarburg Friday, Nov. 26 – Sun., Jan. 2, 2022 Noel Indoor Light Park and Christmas Market An indoor light park, with live enter- tainment, holiday themed food & drink, a Christmas market, FREE pic- tures with Santa, princesses, face painting and many other fun adven- tures with holiday cheer inside and away from the cold, outside elements. Times vary. Closed on Christmas. Please visit www.noelmke.com or contact Stephanie McBain at 414-333- 8639 with questions. State Fair Park Exposition Center, 8200 W. Greenfield Ave., West Allis Friday, Nov. 26, 5pm-7pm Festive Friday at the Kuhefuss House Museum Come enjoy the magic of Cedarburg during the Holidays at the historic Kuhefuss House Museum! Bundle up and stay warm by the campfire while enjoying holiday hits and seasonally inspired refreshments. Cash bar. Kuhefuss House Museum, W63 N627 Washington Ave., Cedarburg continued on next page

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