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SummerStage Opens New Office

SummerStage at Lapham Peak announced the opening or their new downtown office space.

By - Dec 12th, 2013 03:48 pm

SummerStage at Lapham Peak announced the opening or their new downtown office space.

SummerStage is happy to announce the opening of their new office/store at 605 Milwaukee Street in Delafield. “Our new office/storefront will allow us to have a central location for our material storage, to hold meetings, sell tickets to our events, etc.,” said Steve Davis, SummerStage Board President, adding, “ It will give our patrons an opportunity to visit our store at times when it’s more convenient for them, during normal business hours.”

The new retail space is centrally located and easy to find—it’s less than 2 miles from Lapham Peak Park, where the performing arts organization has its outdoor venue. “This is an ideal location for us—we are currently selling Christmas gift packages and tickets for our winter fundraising event and some people prefer to come in to make their purchases, rather than shop on-line,” said Delia Sava, SummerStage Executive Director.

The office will be open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. Hours will be extended during the summer to accommodate an increase in activity. “We are recruiting volunteers who would like to help us in the office on a regular basis,” said Sava. To learn more about volunteer opportunities with SummerStage, people are encouraged to e-mail Sava at


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