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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?


 
 
Join us for an educational seminar
March 21
Waukesha Training Center
Chicago's White City: 1893 World's Columbian Exposition
April 10
Good Life Club Trip
WBA's Power of CommUNITY Week
April 22-26
Community Service
BloodCenter of WI & Friends of Waukesha Blood Drive
April 23
Waukesha Training Center
Shred Event with Abraham's Shredding Service
Shred Day Event
May 11
Mukwonago Office
Menopause the Musical
May 16
Good Life Club Trip

 
 

 
 

 
 

Good Life Club Trips & Events


Ethnic Foodie

Thursday, March 14
 
Learn about Milwaukee’s ethnic heritages while touring and eating your way around the city. From German to Irish to Polish/Serbian to Italian, our step-on guide will show us the sights with stops along the way to sample and shop.
 

The tour will begin on Old World 3rd Street with an overview of Milwaukee’s German history and samples of cheese, sausage, and beer or root beer plus some shopping time. We’ll then travel by bus to the Historic Third Ward with a narration of Milwaukee’s Irish history and a visit to Milwaukee Public Market. Lunch will be family-style at a Polish or Serbian restaurant complete with green salad, cheese pierogi, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, Polish sausage, pork cutlets, red cabbage, milk, tea, and soda.

Back on the bus, we’ll continue the city tour along Milwaukee’s lakefront. Our last stop will be to Brady Street, Milwaukee’s Italian enclave, for cookies and shopping at Peter Sciortino’s bakery, and then a visit to Glorioso’s Deli for a demo in their test kitchen with - of course! - more shopping. Bring your personal coolers and shopping bags - there’s always room under the bus and in the overhead compartments for your purchases!!


Chicago's White City

Wednesday, April 10
 
Beating out New York, Washington, D.C., and St. Louis, Chicago was chosen to host the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition to honor the 200th anniversary of Columbus discovering America. Our visit to Chicago will include both bus and walking tours to discover many fascinating facts - both commonly and not-so-commonly known!
 

Upon arriving in Chicago, we will pick up a local step-on guide who will take us through the history of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair to learn about how the construction of the “White City” forever shaped much of Chicago’s future by bringing both the notable and the notorious to the ‘White City’ to admire its architecture and exhibits. With pavilions from forty-six nations and exhibits that included art, religion, anthropology, and music; there was something for every visitor to find marvel and enjoyment - and even murder. Pay close attention during the tours as there will be prizes awarded!

We’ll take a break for lunch at Piccolo Mondo in Hyde Park where they have been serving gourmet Italian cuisine for 33 years. They will be presenting a lunch menu of Pollo Limone - delicious chicken breast sautéed in lemon and white wine sauce with roasted red peppers and capers along with their House Salad, mini cannoli for dessert, coffee, tea, and soft drinks. Cash bar will be available.


Menopause The Musical

Thursday, May 16

Enjoy the legendary hospitality of The Fireside Dinner Theatre in Fort Atkinson with a delicious gourmet luncheon, a laugh-out-loud performance of Menopause The Musical, and time to visit the amazing shops!
 

Menopause The Musical is a hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s about four women at a lingerie sale with nothing in common but a black lace bra and memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, and more! Men in the audience will be able to relate to - and laugh along with - these times in the lives of their wives, sisters, or mothers.

Prior to the performance, we’ll enjoy Chef Mike’s popular Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad, fresh baked bread from the Fireside’s own artisan bakery, Chicken Monterey – lightly breaded breast of chicken, sautéed and topped with a blend of spinach, artichoke, parmesan, Monterey jack, and cream cheese, finished with Jarlsberg Swiss cheese on an Irish mustard sauce along with Yukon Gold potato wedges and fresh julienne vegetables. For dessert, a Pecan Turtle Ball Sundae consisting of homemade vanilla bean ice cream rolled in roasted ground pecans served on chocolate sauce, striped with caramel, and garnished with an almond lace wand dipped in chocolate. Coffee, tea, and milk are included. Cash bar will be available.

Between lunch and the performance, there will be time to walk off a bit of that sundae while browsing through the many shops carrying unique and seasonal decor and fashion items. And, don’t worry - there will be room on the coach to bring home your purchases.