News/Events 2017-08-31T19:56:11+00:00

Upcoming Events

Annual Gala: Please join us on Tuesday, October 11th to celebrate our 10th Anniversary. This event will be held at the Tuscan Hall Banquet Center from 5:30 until 8:30pm. Tickets can be purchased for $40 by clicking here. Please go to our Annual Gala page for more information about this exciting event.

After School Programs: After School Programs for 2017-2018 school year will begin the week of September 25th. All middle school and high school students are invited to join us for creative writing (Mondays), Visual Arts (Tuesdays and Wednesdays), Drama (Thursdays), Dance (Fridays) and our high school volunteer program- Leadership Through the Arts. For more information, please email

Waukesha Reads Paper Quilting: Friday, September 15th 6:30-8:30 pm— Join us and the Waukesha Public Library for Paper Quilting inspired by the book True Grit by Charles Portis. While we encourage you to participate in Waukesha Reads, having read True Grit is not required for this event.

Good Harvest Market Fair – Mask Making: Saturday, September 23rd, 11-3pm. Visit our booth at Good Harvest Market on Silvernail Drive in Pewaukee and make a mask – fun for all ages!

DIY Ornament Workshop For Kids: Saturday December 9th, 1:30 – 3:30pm Join us to create your own ornament in coordination with Silver Bells of Waukesha! This event is $5 per child; parents’ admission is free.

Community Events

  • Fourth Friday Family Art Nights take place June through August featuring various family friendly projects
    • Previous Fourth Fridays include Spin Art, Painting Large, and Yarn Nights
  • Seasonal events such as Ugly Sweater Parties and Holiday Craft Nights are also offered
  • To learn about upcoming events, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or call (262) 408-5482

Past Events

Sticky Art: On July 11th we held our second annual Sticky Art Fundraiser at People’s Park in downtown Waukesha. Original art was created and donated by local artists with the West End Artists, Louis Ehlert (illustrator of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom); WCAP students and many more. It was a huge success and raised funds to support WCAPs FREE after-school art programs to middle and high school students.