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Upcoming Events

We love participating in community events. We love hosting our own special events, too. Why, you may ask? Because these are all opportunities for us to connect with you. Please join us!

What's Coming Up Next?

Mitchell Park Domes
March 13

Shred Event with Abraham's Shredding Service
Shred Event
May 4
9-11 am
Shred Event with Abraham's Shredding Service
Shred Event
July 13
9-11 am
Shred Event with Abraham's Shredding Service
Shred Event
East Brook
September 14
9-11 am

Good Life Club Trips & Events

Botanicals & Bloodies - Waitlist Only

Wednesday, March 13

Designed by Milwaukee architect, Donald L. Grieb, and dedicated in 1965 by Lady Bird Johnson, the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory is most commonly and affectionately known as ‘The Domes.’

The original conservatory at Mitchell Park was opened in 1899 and closed in the mid 1950s due to decline in both the structure and number of visitors. A competition was held to find a new design for the conservatory and Grieb’s beehive-shaped domes became the now iconic landmark in Milwaukee. Each dome features a different botanical theme - tropical, floral, and desert - with the floral dome used to feature different exhibits throughout the year. During March, the winter show features a miniature train display that winds its way on tracks throughout the dome. There will be a guided tour plus time on your own for botanical exploration.

After our visit to Mitchell Park Domes, we’ll head over to Sobelman’s Pub & Grill on St. Paul Avenue. Sobelman’s is housed in one of the original Schlitz taverns and known for their burgers and their outrageous Bloody Marys. Enjoy a Bloody Mary with beer chaser or Virgin Mary with root beer chaser with your lunch. Meal choices are The Loser Burger topped with Colby-jack cheese, smoked bacon, and caramelized onions or Chicken Wrap featuring grilled chicken, lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheddar cheese, and ranch sauce or Wisconsin Fish Fry. Cash bar available.

Our final stop for the day will be the Milwaukee Public Market to browse among the almost twenty different vendors selling prepared foods, bakery, sweets, spices, and fresh seafood.

Tuesday Talks

Good Life Club will host a gathering at Brooklife Church in Mukwonago on the second Tuesday of every other month from 10:00AM - 11:30AM. Tuesday Talks will bring in a speaker - or two - to present various topics of interest. Or, we may just have a fun activity. The talks will be free of charge and open to members and their guests.  Registration is necessary, however, due to space availability.

Nutritionally Grounded

Tuesday, April 9

Victoria Valenza, Therapeutic Nutritional Counselor, was part of the Alternative Health Options Tuesday Talk last April and returns to provide Good Life Club members with a more in-depth look at the importance of putting quality food into your body to enhance health and wellness.