Lenten Fish Fry Schedule at The Columbian in West Bend

Washington Co., WI – The Columbian, 3245 Lighthouse Lane, is starting to prepare for the Lenten season.

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Here is the Lenten Fish Fry Schedule at The Columbian:
March 8          Helping Hands Fish Fry Fundraiser  4 p.m – 7:30 p.m.
March 15        Bryan’s Buffet  4:45 p.m. – 8 p.m.
March 22        Beads of Hope Fish Fry Fundraiser  4:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
March 29        KC Third Degree Fish Fry  4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
April 5            KC First Friday Fish Fry    4:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
April 12          Helping Hands Fish Fry Fundraiser  4 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
April 19          Bryan’s Buffet  4:45 p.m. – 8 p.m.
The Helping Hands and Beads of Hope Fundraiser evenings include 2 to 3 piece of baked or fried cod.

Friday, March 8 and April 12 from 4-7:30 pm at The Columbian, 3245 Lighthouse Lane, West Bend. The Helping Hands Fish Fry will benefit Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County.

Six charities, who lend a helping hand to individuals across the county, will benefit from this event, sponsored by Faith United Church of Christ, Slinger.

Those coming to enjoy the meal, prepared by Catering by Bryan, may designate the charity which should receive the proceeds from their ticket.

The menu includes baked or fried fish, coleslaw, potatoes, rye bread and a beverage. A children’s menu includes chicken strips or fish with sides. Scrumptious homemade desserts will also be available. Tickets may be purchased through any of the benefiting charities; The Columbian; Faith United Church of Christ, and Nehm’s Floral Greenhouse in Slinger, or at the door of the event.

$10 adults in advance
$12 adults at the door
$6 children (12 and under available at the door)

On March 15, Bryan’s Buffet features a $14 buffet includes sirloin tips, fish, chicken, salads, coffee, milk and desserts.
Just a little history note on the season of Lent:

Lent is the six-week period leading up to Easter. It’s one of the most important times of year for many Christians around the world, particularly those within the Anglican, Catholic and Orthodox tradition.

Lent is frequently seen as a time of solemn observance and preparation for the celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus at Easter. From its start on Ash Wednesday, March 6, until its conclusion on Easter Sunday, April 21, Lent has been a traditional time for fasting or giving something up or abstinence.

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