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Okauchee Lions Days
June 11 @ 4:00 pm - 11:55 pm
One event on June 12, 2021 at 8:00 am
One event on June 13, 2021 at 8:00 am
Join the Okauchee Lions at their annual free event – Okauchee Lions Feast & Festival! Whether you want to bring your children to the carnival, listen to live music, enroll in the baseball tournament, compete in the Lake Country BBQ Rib Cook Off, there is something for everyone! All proceeds will go towards the community events, local charities and Park Operations! Please come support our community!
Lake Country Family Fun took our kiddos there on a few years ago and the kiddos loved going on the rides. There weren’t too many to choose from, but they didn’t care and just kept riding the train and going down the slide. Love that innocent fun!
Okauchee Lions Days Schedule
Schedule of Events:
JUNE 11th FRIDAY
4pm- midnight: Community Restaurant Food, Live music (Detour 7:30 pm -11:30 pm), Drinks, and Great Company!
JUNE 12th SATURDAY
8am- midnight: 8am Pancake breakfast & Baseball games with food and drinks. 10am- 2pm Family Activities, Petting zoo, etc. – 1-5:30 pm Band Higbee and Higbee, 4pm- 10pm Community Restaurant Food and Music! Live music Road Crew (7:30 pm-11:30pm)
JUNE 13th SUNDAY
8am- 5 pm: Lake Country BBQ Cook Off ( www.lakecountrybbq.org), Live music the Dan Lloyd Band (Noon- 4 pm), Lions Drinks, Smoke on the Water Food and Great Company!
Okauchee is a “community”. From the residents, businesses, visitors, and lake go-ers of the Waukesha County Lake Area, the spirit of Okauchee is apparent. The Okauchee Lions Club is grateful for this spirit as shown by the generosity of our financial donors, our contractors who donated all or parts of the material and labor costs, our family and friends who volunteered endless hours, our community who attended our function, and most importantly our families who shared us with the community.
The Lions Club motto is “we serve”. Past, present and future, the Okauchee Lions will serve the community by having a park for public use. Remember, the park receives no financial support from tax dollars yet operates like a public park. All moneys used to operate the park are privately raised. The park offers playgrounds for children of various ages, two baseball/softball diamonds, two volleyball courts, and reservations of the Bertrand Family Pavilion (Lion Tom Voell 262-853-2389) and preparation areas.
Thank you to the greater Okauchee Community for your generosity and support. The Lions will continue to “Serve” the public.
View Past Fun HERE.
View daily schedule, including wristband ride day info here: https://www.facebook.com/okaucheelions/posts/2014579468697320