The New Germantown Performing Arts Pavillion

Donations Needed To Build

The Germanton Kiwanis, with the assistance of other important community groups, had begun to collect funds to build a Germantown Band Shell. Assisting us with the fund raising will be, The Village of Germantown, Germantown Friends of The Park, the Germantown Band Boosters, the Germantown Arts Group, the Germantown Community Band and others.

The new band shell is being planned for Firemen’s Park. The band shell will be the perfect venue for a number of existing and new community programs. The summer community band concerts can now be held in this new stage area. Germantown’s Fourth of July celebration, organized by the Germantown Kiwanis, will now have the opportunity to expand its all-day event with a variety of entertainment. This permanent band shell will be built in a Germanic Theme and will be designed to allow for the best possible sound reproduction.

We Need Your Help

We need your help to make this dream a reality. Our efforts are to raise funds over the next three years to build this wonderful addition to Germantown’s Firemen’s Park. We need your help and are looking for contributions to make this possible. Why not join the community and step up to be a sponsor!

Our fund raising effort will allow many to become part of the new community band shell. We will be developing a donor’s patio made of bricks that will be personally engraved and a permanent part of the site. We have a number of support levels and most include a way to recognize your support of this project. What better way to be part of the history of this community. Join the march to the band shell and support us today!

Mail your checks payable to: Kiwanis Band Shell/Friends of the Park, and send to: Germantown Kiwanis, P.O. Box 531, Germantown, WI 53022

Germantown 4th of July 2018

Wednesday July, 4th 2018

Pavilion Dedication

John Gehl cuts ribbon on Gehl's Performing Arts Pavillion

John Gehl cuts the ribbon on the Gehl’s Performing Arts Pavilion in Firemen’s Park on Wednesday evening. From left, Katherine Gehl, John Gehl, Dwayne Ketterer, Lynn Grgich and John Krause.

First Concert at Pavilion

Adult Wind Ensemble in the Gehl Foods Performing Arts Pavillion

Jim Barnes and the Germantown Adult Wind Ensemble were the first group to play a concert at the Gehl’s Performing Arts Pavilion.

Kiwanis Honored

A core group of members of the Germantown Kiwanis Club were present at the Chamber of Commerce banquet as the club was awarded the Service Organization of the Year Award.