Becoming a member of the Cedarburg Cultural Center and supporting Cultural Center programs and capital expenses make it possible for the Center to put performers on our stage, teachers in our classrooms, art on our walls, and allows us to acquire, curate and exhibit cultural and historical artifacts. All donations to the Center, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt not-for-profit organization, are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. The Center receives no local government funding.





The Cedarburg Cultural Center welcomes the donation of historically significant items for its permanent collection.

Items of particular local interest include:
Photos /  Documents / Textiles / Architectural Drawings /  Kuhefuss family memorabilia or furnishings / Any other materials which document the history and heritage of Southeast Wisconsin, particularly from Cedarburg.

Call 262-375-3676 for more information.
For a $75 minimum donation, an engraved brick makes a great gift to remember families, anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, memorials and more. It's the perfect way to highlight your business or a special individual while supporting one of Cedarburg's earliest residences, the 1849 Kuhefuss House Museum.

Call 262-375-3676 for more information.

Purchase a Personalized Brick
Archival Donations
Monetary Donations
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.


The Cedarburg Cultural Center is proud to have an endowment fund to support future operations of the Center. Housed at the Greater Cedarburg Foundation, the endowment offers our donors a secure vehicle by which to leave a legacy gift.

There are many fulfilling ways to support the community and the Center. As a business or organization, you can make a difference through sponsorships that are meaningful to you.

Sponsorship
Endowment
Planned Giving

The Cedarburg Cultural Center wishes to recognize with deepest gratitude the following friends who shared a gift in June 2015 to celebrate its 30th Anniversary!

Philip & Barbara Bail

Fred & Leslie Beyer

Allen & Susan Caucutt

Annette Crandall

Katherine de Shazer

Bev Dyble

Patti Farrell & Randy Gschwind

Mike & Marilyn Hagerman

Jack & Susan Hale

Jim & Barb Heiligenstein

John & Beth Hoffman

William & Lois Hoover

Greg & Heather Johnson

EJ & Gerry Juedes

John & MaryLee Katzka

Bruce & Shirley Krenzke

Angela Rester

James & Jennifer Schowalter

Jim & Judy Schwengel

Lou, Linda & Krista Skibicki

Henry & Michelle Wagner

Carol Weiss

Penny Winter

Frank Wintersberger

CEDARBURG CULTURAL CENTER 

W62 N546 Washington Avenue 

Cedarburg, Wisconsin 53012
262-375-3676  cccmail@artmusichistory.org

VISIT THE CENTER

CEDARBURG CULTURAL CENTER

W62 N546 Washington Avenue

Cedarburg, WI  53012  

262-375-3676

  

HOURS

Tuesday through Saturday

10am-5pm

Sunday Noon-4pm

Closed Monday

 

ENJOY THE ART

GALLERIES

Open during regular business hours. Special hours include exhibit openings and other events where tickets may be required. Closed during after hours rentals.

 

BOX OFFICE

Call 262-375-3676 during regular business hours or order on our website 24/7.

 

 

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN HISTORY

MUSEUMS

 

KUHEFUSS MUSEUM

Open for summer and Christmas tours

and during citywide festivals.

 

CEDARBURG HISTORY CENTER

Opening fall of 2016.