Illuminate Ozaukee, a drive-thru holiday light show brought to you by Ozaukee Nonprofit Center (formerly known as Family Enrichment Center), announces the following seven dates for the public drive-thru event during the month of December:

Friday, December 4th

Saturday, December 5th

Friday, December 11th

Saturday, December 12th

Friday, Dece3mber 18th

Saturday, December 19th

Saturday, December 26th


The light show will be open to the public from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM, with an effort on limited or no touching. Admission to the park is free, though a donation will be requested as the Illuminate Ozaukee drive-thru holiday light show will support and illuminate the human service nonprofits of Ozaukee County

For some added fun, plots along the Illuminate Ozaukee path will be numbered to allow the community and visitors to vote on their favorite plot.  The following businesses will be participating in this first year’s display by illuminating the path and community: Sandmasters Inc., Mr. Movers Inc., Ozaukee Realtors Association, Wilo. Birchwood Snow & Landscape Contractors, Houseman & Feind Law Firm. Bella Lei Salon Spa & Boutique, Balance, Inc., Newman Chevrolet, Early Beginnings Chiropractic, Red Arrow Real Estate, North Shore Gymnastics, Illuminate Hair & Spa, Knight Barry Title, Cedar Creek Motorsports, Straight Arrow Financial Group, Master Printerwear, First Immanuel Lutheran Church and School, That Taco Guy, Wayne’s Drive-In with Suburban Harley Davidson, Pioneer Pet, S&S Lawn Care LLC, ELS Landscaping, Cedarburg Fire Department, Protanic, and Ozaukee County District Council of St. Vincent de Paul

Ozaukee Nonprofit Center is in the process of also collecting holiday décor and light donations. They will be collecting donations Monday thru Thursday during the month of October, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM on their campus at 885 Badger Circle. They do ask for individuals to call ahead to set-up a delivery time.

To learn more about the Ozaukee Nonprofit Center, the upcoming Illuminate Ozaukee event, to sponsor or volunteer, please visit:


The Ozaukee Nonprofit Center concept began in 1994 when several agencies shared space in Cedarburg, WI. In 1999, four participating agencies moved to a larger facility, the current home of the Ozaukee Nonprofit Center. The center, unique to the county, provides a state-of-the-art building and shared services for a host of nonprofit organizations as well as a professional environment for nonprofit human service agencies to come together and serve the needs of the community. The beauty of the campus model is the ability to offer multiple services under one roof whereas in most communities they are dispersed throughout a large geographic area. The Ozaukee Nonprofit Center’s mission is to sustain local nonprofits for a better world. To learn more, visit