Donate toward family-friendly community events!

The Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce works hard to provide the Green Lake community and area with fun and exciting family-friendly community events all summer and fall long such as the Green Lake 100 Bike Ride, Diamonds in the Dark-4th of July Celebration, Splash in to Summer/Chalk Walk, the Concerts in the Park series, and Harvest Fest.

To provide the community and visitors with these events, the Chamber (a non-profit organization) raises funds all year long to ensure we are providing you with the best events possible. Now, for the first time, the Chamber offers the ability for potential donors to give their gift online! Please consider making a fully tax-deductible donation to one of our events this season (donation pages will link to the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation). Without the generous gifts from people like you, we would not be able to give our community the events they deserve!

Diamonds in the Dark-4th of July Celebration:  Each year, the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the 4th of July festivities for the Green Lake community. The Chamber is solely responsible for raising funds for everything for this event from children’s entertainment, food, musical entertainment and parade acts to keep the annual parade fresh and exciting, to the spectacular fireworks show that closes out the magical night. The fireworks’ show alone costs $10,000, easily making it the most important part of our fundraising efforts for this event. Please visit the Diamonds in the Dark-4th of July Celebration link above to donate toward keeping this event going strong!

Concerts in the Park Series

Every Wednesday in Summer, you can head to Deacon Mills Park to experience Green Lake’s Concerts in the Park. Showcasing a wide range of musical styles, from classic rock to the exhilarating brass and drums of the University of Wisconsin marching band, there is truly something for everyone.

Harvest Fest

The Harvest Fest Fund supports the annual autumn festival in Green Lake, Wisconsin which features local crafters and artists selling their wares, local farmers selling produce, restaurants selling signature dishes, hundreds of classic cars on display, family activities and live entertainment.