ETC is Cumberland's arts council, incorporated in 1990 as a nonprofit organization for the visual and performing arts. It is headquartered at the Cumberland Arts Center, a former Catholic church just north of downtown on Second Avenue, the community's main street. The building was given to ETC by the Ruppel family, and performances take place in the 120-seat Ruppel Family Theater. The all-volunteer organization derives its revenue from events, such as plays and concerts, from memberships and donations.
THE ETC BOX News and Upcoming Events
Third Sunday Jam
Every 3rd Sunday of the month
Cumberland ETC Theater
Beginners to Experts, Any age socially distanced on the ETC Stage. A Rejuvenation of the Third Sunday Jam tradition of the early 2000's. Bring a song or two to sing, music to share if you have it. Acoustic for now, no mikes or amps needed. See Ya, Pickin' and Grinnin'
Y'all Come, Y'hear!
Enter through back door.
Donate to ETC
We need you to join art, music, and theater in Cumberland, Wisconsin! Your gift means a lot to Cumberland ETC, and we truly appreciate your generosity. Join us! Thank you!
Isle City Celebration of Arts and Crafts
Saturday, June 12, 2021
Cumberland Tourist Park- On the Shore of Beaver Dam Lake Hwy 63, Cumberland WI
Sales Hours: 9am-3pm
Cumberland's 28th annual Celebration of Arts & Crafts, sponsored by Enrichment Through Culture, will be held Saturday, June 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tourist Park (by the beach) in Cumberland. The event is an opportunity to buy unique handcrafted gifts from the finest artisans in the area. It is a festival with homemade treats and meals from the Methodist Church and Kinship. Kettle Korn, ice cream and caramel rolls round out the excellent food offerings available.
One special attraction is the large used book sale, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, with proceeds benefiting projects at the Thomas St. Angelo Public Library.
For more information and to apply as vendor, please fill out the vendor application:
2021 celebration of Arts Vender Application
2021 Wisconsin Temporary Event Operator and Seller Information
Set-up: 6:30am-8:45am. Please bring your own display materials and protective coverings. The sale is held RAIN or SHINE. No take down before 3pm. Sorry, no parking on the grass by order of the Cumberland Park Board.
Registration Fee: $40.00 for each 12X12 space. The fee is nonrefundable unless your application is not accepted. Applications are reviewed and spaces assigned in the order in which they are received. Notification will begin after April 1. Space assignments will be included with acceptance information. New artists need to submit a stamped, self-addressed envelope with application and include two photos of their art or craft.
General Information: Show size is limited to 60 booths and open to those individuals doing their own fine arts or crafts. No flea market or buy sell items. No mass-produced items. This show is highly advertised and well attended. If you have quality work, at reasonable prices, the people in our area will buy. There will be a variety of food stands and live entertainment to make a pleasant day for you and your customers.
Sales Tax: Wisconsin Statues require operators of art fairs to disclose to the Dept. of Revenue the sellers permit number (if available) or the Social Security Number of each vendor selling merchandise. Please fill out and return form S-240 with your application. Barron County sales tax is 5.5% and collection is the responsibility of the exhibitor.
For more information call or email
Lisa Barrows at 715-822-2439 | firstname.lastname@example.org
1595 2nd Avenue
PO Box 191
Cumberland, WI 54829
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