BURLINGTON – Community State Bank and Browns Lake Aquaducks invite the public to a community food truck and water ski show event, “Dinner on the Dock,” from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. during the Aquaducks Ski Show Thursday, Aug. 5 at Fischer Park in Burlington.
CSB and the Aquaducks hope to recapture the excitement of the 2019 event which saw over 600 guests.
“Dinner on the Dock is a great community partnership with the Aquaducks,” CSB Burlington Market President Becky McClelland said. “We’re always searching for creative ways to bring our community together, and events like this are the perfect opportunity. Challenging circumstances last summer didn’t allow for us to host an event like this, so we’re excited to bring Dinner on the Dock back for 2021.”
The event will have food available for purchase and will feature delicious local creations from some of Wisconsin’s most popular food trucks and local artisans: All About Tacos, Mr. P’s Grilled Cheese, Trampers Oak Fire Oven, Pine Acres Popcorn, Kravings Ice Cream Shop, and Low Daily. Beer, wine and other non-alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase on-site.
The Browns Lake Aquaducks will also perform two ski shows. The first, a Junior Show, will begin at 5 p.m. The Main Show will begin at 6:30 p.m.
“We’ve been Burlington’s ski team for over 40 years” said Emily Pavlich, Vice President of the Browns Lake Aquaducks. “The team is made up of local community members and are self supported through fundraising and generous donations from many local businesses and guests. Dinner on the Dock gives us another opportunity to partner with a local business, and allows us to offer a more expansive event that showcases the talent of our team.”
Dinner on the Dock is open to the public and free to attend. No parking fees will be charged during the event hours at Fischer Park.
For more event details or updates, please visit Community State Bank’s social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. You can also visit Community State Bank online at CSB.bank or learn more about the Browns Lake Aquaducks at Aquaducks.org.