Cinderella Carriage LLC
'For all your happily ever afters'

2020 Calendar
Contact us for your wedding or special event!  Call us today for availability.  It's never to late for "All Your Happily Ever Afters."  We are currently taking bookings for 2020 and 2021.  Don't miss your opportunity to book the area's only "Cinderella Carriage".

The following are parades and festivals that Cinderella Carriage LLC will be participating in.  We hope to see you there!

Come and see us at:

March 14, 2020
St.Patrick's Day Parade
La Crosse, WI

March 14, 2020
St.Patrick's Day Parade
Avoca, WI

June 7, 2020
Butterfest Parade
Sparta, WI

July 4, 2020
4th of July Parade
Greendale, WI

September 13, 2020
Blair Cheese Festival

Blair, WI

September 20, 2020
Avoca, WI

September 24, 2020
Torchlight Parade (Oktoberfest)
LaCrosse, WI

September 26, 2020
Maple Leaf Parade (Oktoberfest)
LaCrosse, WI

September 27, 2020
Cranfest Parade
Warrens, WI

October 10, 2020
Downtown Historic Days
Lacrosse, WI

November 27, 2020
Rotary Lights Parade
La Crosse, WI

                2020 Rotary Lights             
Riverside Park LaCrosse, WI

Scheduled dates in the park:


Park opens at 5 p.m. and closes at 10 p.m.
We pickup/dropoff on the corner of State and Front Street (entrance to Riverside Park).
$20.00 per couple
$30.00 per family

A portion of each ride is donated to the Rotary Lights.  There is no better way to view 3.5 million lights! A beautiful display of lights for a great community cause!

Rides will be given on a first come first serve basis - no reservations will be taken to provide more efficient and continuous service.  Extremely warm lap robes are provided for the chilly nights.  In the event of inclement weather we will notify the Rotary Lights office and local radio stations if we decide to cancel rides for that evening.

Please contact us if you're interested in a company event or party during the Rotary Lights.  *Availability and rates may vary.

Photo by Lori Hemmersbach

Photo by Bob Mischka

The 2009 Great Circus Parade was a huge success.  Doc (now retired) proudly transported the King and Queen in our carriage and our six horse hitch pulled the Hagenbeck-Wallace Tableau No.37 Wagon. 


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