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posted Sep 29, 2014, 12:04 PM by Jenna Rhein   [ updated Jan 20, 2016, 2:21 PM ]





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Community Room at the Municipal Complex

The Community Room can be reserved for private parties, gatherings, workshops, etc.  There are tables and chairs regularly in the room for up to 70 people, but seating up to 90 is available.  The room includes a kitchenette with microwave, stove/oven, frig, 12 cup coffee maker and sink.  Those reserving the room are required to bring their own cleaning supplies, towels, garbage bags, serveware, etc.  The Community Room is $50/day for Village residents or $75/day for non-residents with signed contract.  The reservation contract can be found at the bottom of this page or contact Jenna Rhein, Clerk-Treasurer, for more information at 920-269-4112 option 4.
  


Parks



Sterr Park is Lomira’s largest park. It is located on Pleasant Hill Ave. The park offers a three-acre fishing pond, a sand-bottom swimming area, new bathhouse, picnic shelter, tables and a playground. The park is also used by organizations for community events and fund-raisers such as the Lomira Lions Chicken Barbeque and White Elephant Sale, Lomira Fire Departments Street Dance and Raffle, and Lomira Area Chamber of Commerce Appreciation Days. The shelter is also available for private parties and reunions. Swimming lessons are also available during the summer, sign-up for lessons is held in May, so please watch the local paper and community notices for dates and times.

The Sterr Park pavilion can be rented out for private parties.  Please contact Jenna Rhein, Village Clerk-Treasurer, for available dates.  Reservation is $25 per day with the signed contract.  The contract can be found at the bottom of this page or contact Jenna Rhein at 920-269-4112 option 4.

  • Crystal Springs Park has a spring-fed pond, a playground and picnic area. It is located on Water Street.
  • North Hills Park has a playground and picnic area. It is located on Maple St. and Third Ave. 
  • Oak Springs Park has a playground, a half court basketball court, picnic table and a large area for sports. It is located on South Water Street.


    For scenic walks the nature trail and pond is located on South Pleasant Hill Avenue, behind the Lomira Athletic Association baseball diamonds.

  • Area Organizations

  • Lomira American Legion
  • Lomira Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Lomira Athletic Association
  • Lomira Historical Society
  • Lomira Community Theatre
  • Lomira Lions
  • Lomira Sportsman’s Club
  • St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • St. Mary’s Catholic Church
  • Trinity United Methodist Church 
  • School District of Lomira


    Bintzler-Waehler American Legion Hall

    The Bintzler-Waehler Post 347 and its auxiliary meet monthly at their clubhouse on Pleasant Hill Avenue. Activities at the clubhouse include weddings, banquets, a Friday fish fry and annual Memorial Day breakfast. The Legion Firing Squad is recognized nationally for its Memorial Day services at 13 cemeteries - more than any other post in the U.S. The post provides financial assistance to local civic projects and also has bingo on the first, third and fifth Wednesdays of each month. For more information, call (920) 269-4433 or visit the following website:  www.bintzler-waehler-post347.org

    Lomira Area Chamber of Commerce

    The Lomira Chamber of Commerce was officially formed on January 12, 1972. In 1988, its name was changed to the Lomira Area Chamber of Commerce. In addition to promoting business, the organization sponsors an annual Citizen of the Year award, Santa Visit, a citizen welcome program and a free Labor Day corn roast. Please direct any questions to: Lomira Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 386, Lomira, WI 53048

    Lomira Athletic Association

    The Lomira Athletic Association comprises teams with players of all ages, who compete on the baseball diamonds at South Pleasant Hill Avenue. The lighted area has a 50-foot shelter, concession stands and restrooms. The association also offers youth baseball for the five and six-year-old pre T-ball league, as well as the 13 and 14-year-old pony league. Call Luke Luedtke, president of the Lomira Athletic Association at (920) 979-4107 for more information.

    Lomira Historical Society

    Formed in 1998, the Lomira Historical Society’s mission is to preserve local history of the area by gathering artifacts, preserving written accounts and keeping the public informed about early Lomira and its settlers. Meeting are held in February, April, June, August, October and December on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at the library, unless otherwise noted. Membership is $12.00 annually. The museum located at Sterr Park is open from 1pm to 4pm on May 3, June 7, July 12, August 2, September 6 or by appointment.  Please contact Lomira Historical Society President Jane Kietzer at 920-948-0188.

    Lomira Community Theatre

    Lomira Community Theatre (LCT), founded in 2001, performs musicals and plays each spring as well as a dinner/variety show on New Year's Eve. In addition, LCT participants may be available upon request to perform at local venues. As a not-for-profit organization, LCT relies on ticket sales, donations, and an annual brat fry to fund their operations. Money from these resources also contributes to the Lomira Community Theatre scholarship fund, available to local high school students involved in the arts – especially Lomira Community Theatre productions. New members who desire to join one of our productions, either on-stage or behind the scenes, are always welcome.  Visit the website for up-to-date information about the scholarship application, auditions and upcoming productions: www.lomiracommunitytheatre.com 

    Lomira Lions

    The Lomira Lions Club was issued its charter on Sept. 26, 1944, and through the years, has contributed to local, state, and national projects, such as the prevention and treatment of blindness and the Wisconsin Lion’s Camp for young people afflicted, deafness or mental deficiencies. Local support goes to individuals in need, local organizations and efforts in providing facilities for residents. A bathhouse, pavilion, concession stand and bathrooms in Sterr Park have been contributed to. Activities and fund-raisers include chicken barbecue and white elephant sale in July, raffles, bowling teams at state tournaments, golf outings, Easter candy sales and a pancake breakfast in March. The club meets the first and third Monday of each month, from September through June at the Lomira American Legion Hall.

    Lomira Sportsman’s Club

    The Lomira Sportsmen’s Club is based out of a clubhouse on Super Drive. The nine-member board maintains the club, which has an area for trapshooting with two automatic traps. Leagues are held during the summer and fall. There is also a horseshoe league, which coincides with the trapshooting seasons. The club holds an annual corn roast and yearly awards banquet. Membership is $10.00 annually. Information may be obtained by writing to: Lomira Sportsmen’s Club, Box 235, Lomira, WI 53048.

    St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church

    Wisconsin Synod, 550 South Water St., Lomira, WI. Worship Services and information call (920) 269-4650.

    St. Mary’s Catholic Church

    645 Church St., Lomira, WI. Worship Services and information call (920) 269-4429.

    Trinity United Methodist Church

  • 300 Church St., Lomira, WI. Worship Services and information call (920) 269-4411

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