Upcoming Events

CUW sponsors many activities that are open to the public, ranging from business breakfasts to women’s luncheons to fine arts and athletic offerings.


Music Concerts

CUW's upcoming concerts.

Concordia at the Fireside Theater

Cost: $95 Per Person for each show.
Includes Motor Coach Transportation,
Meal, Show, Tax, and Gratuity.
Payments due 30 days before show date.
Fireside Gift Cards are accepted toward payment.

Reserve seats for each show by contacting Sandy Vick.

JULY 29, 2017 - Church Basement Ladies

The church basement kitchen is often the heart and soul of any church.

In "Church Basement Ladies" we meet the pastor, three cooks and one daughter who run the kitchen and care for the congregation. As in any kitchen, problems arise. Watch as the four women stave off potential disasters, have loads of music and fun, share and debate recipes, instruct the young, and keep the pastor on a steady course.

This musical comedy, is funny, heart-warming, down to earth, and will bring back memories of people you know and love.

Other shows:

November 11, 2017 - Miracle On 34th Street

For more information about any of these offerings, contact Sandy Vick.

Madison Mallards Game

August 4 | 7:06 PM

Alumni, parents, and friends of CUW are invited to a fun-filled night of baseball and ballpark fare!

Night at the Fort Wayne TinCaps

August 31 |5:35 PM

Concordia University invites alumni, parents and friends of CUAA and CUW to join us for a fun filled night at the Fort Wayne TinCaps game in the Picnic Pavilion. Purchase price includes ticket to the game, all you can eat buffet and fireworks after the game.

35th Annual Falcon Day Golf Classic

September 18

The 35th Annual Falcon Day Golf Classic will include a scramble format, a putting contest, team prizes, ladies prizes, and special hole event prizes. It’s a great day of golf, fellowship and networking with friends of Concordia. You can organize your own foursome, or we can arrange one for you.

Boar’s Head Festival Tour

December 2 & 3, 2017

Experience the 40th annual Boar’s Head Festival at Concordia University Ann Arbor. The students, faculty and staff will come together to enact medieval Christmas traditions and the story of Christ’s birth in a moving spectacle. It remains a vibrant and living tradition as it continues to profess the wonder of the Christmas miracle.