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Happening Only on Saturday, February 15

BMO HARRIS BANK ICE SCULPTURE CONTEST – Compete in the Family or Youth Division from 8:30am-2pm and create a sculpture reflecting this year's theme:  "Snolympics".  Judging begins at 2pm.  Best of Show:  $300; 1st Place - $150; 2nd Place $100; 3rd Place - $75.  Pre-registration required, click here for registration form.   Check-in at Community Center.

BACTRIAN CAMEL RIDES AND PETTING ZOO at Community Center Parking Lot.  Brought to you by Jo-Don Farms. $5/ride. 10am - 3pm.

Free MAKE ‘N TAKE CRAFTS organized and sponsored by Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts.  Warm-up at their COFFEE, COCOA AND SWEETS BAR at the Community Center10am - 4pm.

UPSTAIRS MARKETPLACE – Community Center.  Check out the fun stuff for sale in the marketplace. Mittens, jewelry, Tastefully Simple, Hats, Art, Oils, Dressings, Candles and much more.  10am – 4pm.

INDIVIDUAL CHILI CONTEST - Join us at the Community Center as “celebrity” judges award prizes to the best chili cooks in the area. Pick up a free raffle ticket at the door for your chance to win door prizes generously donated by area businesses.  Prizes for the Individual contest generously donated by WHOLE FOOD MARKETS11am – 1pm.

RESTAURANT CHILI CONTEST – Community Center - Purchase a CHILI SAMPLER PLATE ($2) representing participating local restaurants. Vote for the Best Chili in a blind taste test (while supplies last).  11am – 4pm.

Warm up at Boy Scout House on Riveredge Drive with complimentary donut holes and hot chocolate. Donations to Boy Scout Troop 830 are welcome.  Family skating on Mill Pond, bring your own skates.  Noon - 3pm.

WINTER FESTIVAL “SNOLYMPICS” GRAND PARADE - Watch as the PARADE OF BEDS marches along Washington Ave.  Starts at 1pm. Line the street and cheer on this annual parade with American Legion Color Guard, police, mascots, Costumed Bed Racing Teams, fire trucks and much more.  Follow the excitment to Mill Pond. Parade Route: St. Francis Borgia, North on Washington Ave., East on Bridge St. to Boy Scout Park. Sponsored by THE WASHINGTON HOUSE INN.  1pm - 1:30pm

PORT WASHINGTON STATE BANK “COSTUMED BED RACES ON ICE” at Mill Pond. Come watch the hilarious fun as costumed teams vie for the prize. Prize money to best costumed and top three speed winners.  Can register day of event for $15/team of 5 if space is available.  In case of thaw, bed races are run on Riveredge Dr.  1:30pm – 2pm.

CEDAR CREEK SETTLEMENT live music and Popcorn the Clown from 1pm - 4pm.  Barrel Races at 2pm on Mill Pond.


HAPPENING BOTH DAYS - Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16


FESTIVAL FOOD BOOTH - Chili from OUT & OUT CUSTARD AND SANDWICHES, Hot  Dogs, SUBWAY Subs, Pull Pork Sandwich, Nachos, Refereshments and more available at Community Center.  Benefits Winter Festival.  11am - 4pm

CEDARBURG ART MUSEUM - Come visit the museum for an art-themed scavenger hunt and to buy a Snowflake Doughnut on a stick!  All day, both days.

CEDARBURG TOY COMPANY - Bring in an already made snowflake for display and we'll enter you in a drawing for a $25 gift certificate!  Open to all ages, enter as many times as you like.  Drawing at 4pm on Sunday.

PENZEY'S SPICES - We invite you to come in out of the cold!  Our pirate ship coloring corner is stocked with crayons and paper to encourage little ones creativity.   You're welcome to use our nice clean restrooms too!

THE PINK LLAMA GALLERY - Stop in to take the chill off with some complimentary hot chocolate and mini cupcakes.  Enter for a chance to win "Family Fun Pack" of art-centric items valued at $100.

CARICATURE ARTIST - Kat Hustedde at Community Center. $15 per drawing10am – 4pm            

Sledding at Stephen Fischer Park, snow conditions permittingFamily skating on Mill Pond and Festive Ice Rink in Cedar Creek Park, ice conditions permitting.  Bring your own skates.  10am – 4pm            


Happening Only on Sunday, February 16



PANCAKE BREAKFAST at Community Center coordinated by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.  All you can eat pancakes and sausage donated by Schwai’s Meat & Sausage, milk, juice and coffee.  $6 Adult; $4 Children 4-10 yrs; Free 3 yrs & younger.  Product donations from McDonald’s, and Kemps.  8am – Noon


Enjoy stage performances from Trinity Academy of Irish Dancers at the Community Center. 10am 


Kids Activity – “Pancakes in a Bag” sponsored by Riveredge Nature CenterCommunity Center.  Syrup for sale.  9am – 11am.


Kids Activity – Art project sponsored by Cedarburg Cultural CenterCommunity Center.  “CEDARBURG” book for sale.  Proceeds to benefit the Cedarburg Cultural Center.  9am – 11am.


EGG HUNT on City Hall Grounds. Bring your own basket or bag.  For kids under 7. Coordinated Kindercare.  Candy donated by ASHLEY’S CONFECTIONERY.  10:30am .                 


MAGIC SHOW in Community Center.   11am – 11:30am.

DOG WEIGHT PULL CONTEST sponsored by FROMM FAMILY PET FOOD.  Coordinated by the Alaskan Malamute Club of WisconsinCommunity Center Parking Lot.  10am – 4pm     

CEDAR CREEK SETTLEMENT live music from 1pm - 4pm. 

2nd Annual Snow Battle YOUTH Tournament (14-18) – Legion Memorial Park.  Sponsored by Cedarburg Parks & Recreation Department.  Call it an Old Fashioned (sort of) Snowball Fight! No it’s called Yukigassen – Japanese for “Snow Battle.”  Follows a set of safe, fun and competitively sanctioned rules and regulations.  $20 per player. NOON.

FAMILY FUN DAY hosted by Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts.  Activities will challenge kis to experience fiber arts in a non-traditional way.  Suggested for kids grades K5 and up, adult supervision required.  $6/child (includes general admission);  $2/child (for WMQFA members at the Family level & above).  Adult admission $6, senior admission $4.   Noon – 4pm.


"Ice Jam" Musical Talent Contest showcasing musical talent from local communities. Community Center. Celebrity judges will select the most talented musician/vocalist.  1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.  Cash prizes.  $10 Entry fee.  Pre-registration required.  Visit www.cedarburgfestivals.org for details.  (See side insert)12:30pm – 4pm.