September 5 - Mukwonago Farmers Market: Senior Day - Field Park
September 15 - JDRF One Walk - Milwaukee
September 16 - Walk MS - Waukesha
December 2 - ERAs Santa Run - Waukesha
Citizens Bank & Friends of Waukesha Blood Drives
Appointments can be made on the Blood Center of Wisconsin site using the links below or by contacting Pat or Heidi at our Waukesha Office at 262-548-0208. Walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a photo ID with your birth date.
Drive up and drop off - shredded onsite! Shred will be accepted from 9AM - 11AM. *Limit of 2 boxes or bags that can be carried to bins. No binder clips, 3-ring notebooks, CDs, ledger books, hard cardboard, plastic, or batteries.
September 8 - East Troy Office, 3238 W. Main St., East Troy
Good Life Club Trips & Events
Tuesday, September 18
Legendary Lambeau First built in 1957 and known then as City Stadium, the home of the Green Bay Packers has been been the place to go for fans to see their beloved Packers play football. In 1965, the stadium was renamed in memory of founder, player, and long-time head coach, Curly Lambeau, and it is the oldest continually operating NFL stadium. Capacity of the stadium has grown from 25,000 to a current capacity of 81,441. The guided, walking tour will include behind-the-scenes areas of the stadium and a visit to the Green and Gold Hall of Fame which houses interactive displays and memorabilia - including trophies from 13 world championships, 4 Lombardi Trophies, and an exact replica of Vince Lombardi’s office. Afterwards, a tailgate lunch will be served. There will be time to shop at The Jersey Store for everything and anything Green and Gold. On the way home, pick up a snack or something for dinner at Meisfeld’s Meats in Sheboygan.
Wednesday, October 17
House on the Rock Alex Jordan first stood atop Deer Shelter Rock in 1945. He began building what was to become The House on the Rock on that rock chimney and filled it with eclectic, exotic, and whimsical collections that include ivory carvings, suits of armor, doll houses, and carousels - including the world’s largest carousel. Both the architecture and the collections are amazing and unique. The house was opened to the public in 1960 and was sold to the Donaldson family in 1989, the year before Jordan died. We will take a selfguided Highlights Tour of the House on the Rock so you can explore what interests you. After touring House on the Rock, we’ll travel to Wisconsin Riverside Resort to enjoy lunch with a view at Shifflet’s Riverside Grill along the Wisconsin River! On our way home, we’ll stop at Peck’s Farm Market. This award-winning farmers market has been in business since 1889. While there, shop for fall fruits and vegetables, Wisconsin cheese, Amish Candy, and much more in the Pumpkin Patch Gift Store.
Wednesday, October 31
Spirits in the Night It is said that the “veil” between our world and the Other Side is at its thinnest on Halloween and that spirits of those who have passed will walk among us. Psychic Medium Jonna Kay will be on hand to help us make connections with the spirits!
Expect her blunt style of bringing spirit through for our guests to be both healing and humorous as she shares stories and connects with the Other Side.
Time may not allow all attendees to receive readings - although you never know when someone from the other side will butt into another person’s reading! Costumes optional!
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