Waukesha City Hall

201 Delafield St., Waukesha, WI 53186
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Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

About:

Waukesha Service Clubs offer crafts and activities.

Tour Information:

The City of Waukesha has impressive service organizations that have tremendous historic importance to the community. Enjoy family hands-on crafts and activities and understand more about each service group’s contributions to our community and world.

  • Lions Club: Lions club contribute so much to eye care, free vision screenings will be available to children and explanations of the vision screening process will be provided to all ages.
  • Rotary Club (Sunrise and Noon): Rotary Clubs are committed to providing humanitarian service. Learn about how the Waukesha Rotary Clubs serve the community.
  • Kiwanis Club (Early Risers and Noon): Kiwanis Clubs are dedicated to improving the lives of children one community at a time. Engage with members to learn what they do in Waukesha. Coloring pages and goodie bags will be distributed to children.
  • Spring City Garden Club: Sharing their love of gardening through beautification, environmental stewardship, education, community involvement and philanthropy - join the Spring City Garden Club to plant a free heirloom plant, while supplies last.
  • Park Foundation of Waukesha: Play a game, win a prize, and learn how the Park Foundation of Waukesha helps enhance the City parks, trails, recreation programs, and the urban forest.

Kid-Friendly:

This location is kid-friendly.

Photography and Filming Permissions:

During this event, photography and filming are allowed.

Accessibility:

This location is fully-accessible.

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Metro Bus Access:

Accessible from the Metro Transit Center. All bus routes stop at the Transit Center along their routes.