Get Out Your Dancing Shoes at The Main Event
206 Lemke St.
Cecil, WI 54111
(formerly the Fox Ballroom)
Serving Sunday Brunch Every Sunday from 9am to 1pm
Friday, Feb. 7th
Donny Moser and Just Having Fun
(Join in celebrating Dennis's birthday)
Saturday, Feb. 15th
Chad Przybylski (Polka)
Seafood Buffet with sliced beef carving station & salad bar- $15.95
Dinner from 5:30-7:30
Music from 8:00-Midnight
Friday, Feb. 28th
No Cover Charge
Public Notice to Village of Cecil Residents
Property owners are reminded to clear entire sidewalk of snow and ice within 24 hours after any given snowfall. Failure to keep ice and snow clear of sidewalks may subject the property owners to fines and charges for removal.
In addition, property owners are reminded not to plow or blow snow from parking lots or driveways onto streets or alleys. The Village will remove snow deposited and bill the property owner for the cost of such removal. Village Ordinance #69 State Stats. 66.615(5).
No person shall park a vehicle on Village streets between 3 a.m. and 8 a.m. from November 1st to April 1st to facilitate snow removal. Village Ordinance 176 Sec. 1.03(3).
-Cecil Village Board
Cecil Mudhens Summer Baseball Schedule
Information can be found on the Dairyland League website.
First known as the “Head of the Lake”, Cecil was founded by the logging industry around 1849. Wisconsin Pine cut in and around Cecil was floated across Shawano Lake down the Wolf River to Oshkosh. The second major industry here was the ice harvest in Cecil Bay. Some of this ice shipped as far away as Milwaukee. When the railroad was finished in 1884, the new settlement at the “Head of the Lake” was named Cecil, after a railroad man by the name of Cecil Leavitt.
Today, Cecil is a vacationers retreat on Shawano Lake, providing visitors with places to stay, eat and drink, golf, fish and boat, dance, play ball, camp, hunt and wintertime fun on the many snowmobile trails in the area, as well as ice racing and of course, ice fishing.
Come visit our small community, summer or winter, there is a place on the lake for you. After more than 100 years, Cecil remains the only Village on Shawano Lake.