It’s a new week, which means a new Gallery Deck. Welcome back to your guide to affordable activities in and around Mequon.
The Rivoli is a movie theatre in downtown Cedarburg that has been open since 1936. This piece of local history is a great spot for a cheap night out. The Rivoli is showing Jesus Revolution April 10th-13th at 7:00 P.M. Tickets are $2.50 on Tuesdays and $4.00 on other nights. The theatre only accepts cash or check, so come prepared. If this film isn’t of interest to you, you can keep an eye on their website for future features.
Lime Cantina in Cedarburg hosts a trivia night every Tuesday at 7:00 P.M. Stop in for some Mexican food and the chance to win a $30 gift certificate!
Pabst Theatre Group
On Thursday, April 13th catch the contemporary bluegrass band Boy Named Banjo at The Back Room at 8:00 P.M. Boy Named Banjo is a five-piece group that started in Nashville in 2013, bringing a combination of contemporary country, Americana, and folk-rock. Singer-songwriter Anna Vaus is also slated to perform. Tickets start at $19. Doors open at 7:00 P.M.
For all the musical theatre nerds out there, Turner Hall Ballroom is hosting a Broadway Rave at 9:00 P.M. on April 15th. Sing and dance to Broadway hits with fellow theatre enthusiasts; costumes are encouraged. Tickets start at $15. Doors open at 8:00 P.M.
Dine to Donate
Support a local restaurant and your community this Saturday, April 15th. Toucan Food & Custard, a new Port Washington restaurant that opened at the beginning of April, is hosting a fundraiser with the Ozaukee Food Alliance. 20% of all purchases made between 11:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. will be donated to the Saukville Community Food Pantry. The Ozaukee Food Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to providing meals, groceries, and school supplies to families in Ozaukee County.
It’s slowly warming up outside, which means festival season is back in Cedarburg! CUW students are partnering with Exterior Pros and Gruber Law to bring a dog-friendly event to downtown Cedarburg. The K9 Carnival will take place on Sunday, April 16th at 1:00-4:00 P.M. in the Community Center parking lot. Enjoy an afternoon of food, activities, contests, and of course, the lovely dogs of Cedarburg.
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—Mikayla Amack is an editor, webmaster, and writer for The Beacon, the official student newspaper of Concordia University Wisconsin. She is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in mass communication, enjoys theater and music, and plans to graduate in 2023.