May 2014 - Washington House Inn

Step Back in Time at the General Store Museum

Visitors to Cedarburg, hoping to find information on what to do and where to go, often make their first stop of the day at a 150-year-old gray frame building with burgundy trim located on the corner of Spring and Washington. Not only is this the city’s Visitor Center, but it’s also home to a fascinating…

Maxwell Street Days: Thrill of the Chase

On Sunday, May 25, people will be rolling out of bed at the crack of dawn, pulling on their clothes, grabbing a quick cup of coffee and heading to Firemen’s Park, just six blocks north of our downtown Cedarburg Inn for the first Maxwell Street Days of the year. Serious bargain hunters will find a…

Cedarburg Artist Guild: May Artist of the Month

We have interesting new paintings from Claudette Lee-Roseland on display and for sale in our lobby at Washington House Inn! Loving puzzles and mysteries, she creates paintings that provide the viewer an opportunity to interpret the work with their own meaning. She creates interesting “layers of thought” with each application of paint, working back and…

Sip, Shop & Stroll!

After a long and grueling winter during which most of us have been cooped up indoors for a lot of the time, it’s not surprising that everyone’s chomping at the bit and ready for a night out. Perfect timing, you might say, for Cedarburg’s 5th annual ladies night out, Sip, Shop & Stroll, organized by…

Musical treat planned for Mother’s Day Eve

Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 11 this year … so for those of you scratching your heads because ideas are a little slow in coming, here’s what might be the perfect surprise for that special woman in your life. On Saturday, May 10, it’s an easy drive south of the Washington House Inn to…

“Unusual” – an apt description for Cedarburg store

Now that the weather‘s getting a bit warmer, visitors to the Washington House Inn have no problem setting off on foot to explore the area. Cedarburg’s downtown area boasts well over 200 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places which, considering the size of the city, is pretty impressive, but you’ll find that…