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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?


 
 
Home Buying and Building Forums 2020
February 22
David Alan Alan's
Versiti Blood Drive
February 25
Waukesha Branch
Home Buying and Building Forums 2020
February 29
David Alan Alan's

 
 
Good Life Club Trip - EAA Museum
March 17
Good Life Club Trip
GLC Real Racine
April 23
Good Life Club Trip
Versiti Blood Drive
April 28
Waukesha Branch
Shred Event with Abraham's Shredding Service
Shred Day
May 9
Mukwonago Branch
GLC A Mighty Fortress
May 21
Good Life Club Trip

Good Life Club Trips & Events


EAA Aviation Museum

Tuesday, March 17
 
From the time that the ancient Chinese began flying kites to the Wright Brothers Kitty Hawk to the first landing on the moon, people have had a fascination with taking flight from the Earth.
 
Located in Oshkosh, the EAA Aviation Museum is one of the world’s finest aviation attractions with world-class displays and galleries including a collection of over 200 historic aircraft that chronicle the innovations in aviation that have occurred over the years since that first kite took flight in China. After viewing an introduction video, a guided walking tour of the museum will bring the history of manned flight alive.
 
Before visiting the EAA Aviation Museum, the group will tour the Military Veterans Museum and Education Center located just down the road from the EAA site. The center collects and displays military artifacts and believes that it’s the story and the people behind the artifacts that are crucial to educating the public on American military history. The Center boasts the largest military vehicle museum in Wisconsin.
 
Between visits to the museums, there will be a lunch break at LaSure’s Banquet Hall. Choose between Chicken Saltimbocca - Italian seasoned chicken breast wrapped in ham, smothered in mozzarella cheese, topped with sage sauce, and served with rice pilaf and warm breadsticks; or Whiskey Chuck Tender Steak - a gluten-free option of 6-oz marinated tender steak served with garlic-mashed potatoes. All meals include vegetable, cranberry fluff salad, brownies, and coffee, hot tea, or milk as beverage choices. Cash bar will be available.

Real Racine

Thursday, April 23

Settled originally by Yankee pioneers in 1835, and incorporated as a city in 1848, Racine was built on trade via its Lake Michigan port and inland plank roads and the influence of subsequent Welsh and Danish immigrants.
 
Our highlight tour of Racine will feature stops that include a visit to O&H Bakery for a presentation on the making and history of Kringle with free samples to enjoy while shopping for your favorite flavor of this Danish treat, SC Johnson/Fortaleza Hall to learn about the company’s core value in the largest commercial project built by Frank Lloyd Wright, Wind Point Lighthouse to admire the oldest and tallest working lighthouse on Lake Michigan, and lunch at The Maple Table.
 
Located in the heart of Racine’s Monument Square, The Maple Table features breakfasts and lunches made with the freshest ingredients possible. Choose from Lemon Ricotta Pancakes - creamy lemon ricotta pancakes topped with warm blackberry syrup, fresh blackberries, lemon streusel, a dusting of powdered sugar, and whipped cream; The Maple Table Harvest Chopped Salad - greens mixed with maple bacon brittle, apples, dried cranberries, red onions, carrots, tangy bleu cheese, and salted pecans tossed in balsamic dressing; or Chicken and Biscuits Sandwich - Golden brown, batter-fried chicken breast served on a biscuit and topped with lightly dressed arugula, fresh tomato, Sriracha mayo and maple bacon brittle.

A Mighty Fortress

Thursday, May 21
 
In 2005, the first production of Church Basement Ladies musical comedy premiered. Since then, there have been six sequels to the wildly popular play celebrating the church basement kitchen and the women who work there.
 
We will travel to The Fireside in Fort Atkinson for a performance of Church Basement Ladies in A Mighty Fortress is Our Basement - the fourth play in the series. The ladies find themselves facing more changes as a reformation of the Lutheran Church is underway. Yet, against the changing tide, these “bulwarks never failing” stand strong in their faith an in their friendships with more crazy antics, great songs, and lessons reluctantly learned.
 
Prior to the performance, luncheon will be served beginning with a chopped salad followed by a Roast Boneless Pork Chop accompanied by herbed crouton dressing with sauerkraut and Jones Original Recipe Sausage, whipped Yukon Gold potatoes glazed with rich homemade pork stock gravy, creamed corn, cinnamon applesauce, and fresh baked bread from the Fireside’s artisan bakery. For dessert, homemade apple pie with streusel topping and served with homemade vanilla bean custard. Coffee, tea, and milk are included. Cash bar will be available.
 
Between lunch and the performance, there may be time to walk off a bit of that delicious meal while browsing through the many shops carrying unique and seasonal decor and fashion items.
 
Before returning home, there will be time to visit the Jones Market store where we will learn the history of Jones Farms and browse their newly renovated store. And, don’t worry - there will be room on the coach to bring home your purchases.