Good Life Club Event
Shred Day Event
New Berlin Office
National Night Out
August 6, 7, 8, & 10
Good Life Club Trip
Waukesha Training Center
Shred Day Event
Annual Party: German Fest
Wednesday, July 17
Be ready to kick up your heels to favorite polka classics like Roll Out the Barrel or take a slow turn around the dance floor with a beautiful waltz.
The Tom Brusky Band is an authentic, third generation polka band from Milwaukee that carries on the tradition of the great bands from the past. Comprised of award-winning musicians, the band entertains regularly throughout Southern Wisconsin and wherever their music is desired, including abroad.
The chef at Cotton Exchange has created a delicious plated noon luncheon with a starter of Garden Salad with choice of dressings and an entree of Pork Schnitzel with Lemon Sauce accompanied by braised red cabbage, spaetzle, and almond green beans. Dessert will be classic German Chocolate Cake. Fresh rolls and butter and beverage choices of coffee, hot tea, or milk will round out the meal. Cash bar will be available.
Festivities between 11:30am and 3:00pm. Doors open at 11:15am.
Fox Valley Adventure
Thursday, August 22
The Fox Valley waterways provided food and transportation for its inhabitants dating back to the numerous Indian tribes who settled there first. The area grew from settlers who farmed the fertile land to industrialized cities that used the water highway for moving their goods from one destination to another.
Our journey to the Fox Valley will begin with a narrated two hour cruise along the Wolf River and into Lakes Winneconne, Poygan, and Butte des Morts aboard the Showboat II, a reproduction sidewheeler, out of Winneconne. The captain will provide an informational talk about the waterways and their history as we enjoy the scenery and an onboard buffet lunch.
Once we’ve gained back our land legs, we’ll travel to The Paine Art Center and Gardens in Oshkosh. The mansion was built by Nathan Paine and Jessie Kimberly Paine to mirror English Tudor Revival country estates with the ultimate goal to showcase exceptional architecture, furnishings, art, and natural beauty that would be open to the public. Although neither of the Paines ever lived in the house, their legacy of art and gardens is carefully cared for by its Board of Trustees and volunteers. While at The Paine, we will take a docent-led tour of the mansion, and then, have time on your own to explore the gardens or view the special exhibit Maker and Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry which explores the impact of women on art jewelry.
The lunch buffet aboard the Showboat II will include salad bar, assorted pasta salads, mashed potatoes, tenderloin tips, broasted chicken, wine-butter cod, and BBQ ribs with dessert of assorted cookies and bars. Coffee and milk included. Cash bar available. Should time allow, there will be a brief stop at Oaks Candy Corner in Oshkosh.