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Community Events

Come visit us at these great local events!

  • July 11 - Tribute Tuesday - Waukesha

 

Charity Runs/Walks/Events

  • June 23-24 - American Cancer Society Relay for Life - Field Park, Mukwonago

 

Citizens Bank & Friends of Waukesha Blood Drives

Appointments can be made at bcw.edu/Citizens or by contacting Pat or Ashley at our Waukesha Office at 262-548-0208. Walk-ins welcome. Please bring a photo ID with your birth date.

  • June 6
  • October 10
  • December 12

 

Parades

  • June 18 - Mukwonago
  • June 25 - Eagle
  • July 2 - East Troy
  • July 4 - Waukesha
  • August 27 - Muskego
  • September 17 - North Prairie

 

Shred Days

Drive up and drop off - shredded onsite! Shred will be accepted from 9AM - 11AM. Grab our 2017 Shred Day flyer so you don't forget! *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.

  • July 15 - Waukesha Office
  • September 16 - East Brook Office (East Troy)

 

Good Life Club Trips & Events

 

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Great Gardens The first stop of our Great Gardens tour will be at the award-winning Rotary Gardens in Janesville where a docent will guide us through 20 colorful acres featuring 24 different garden styles including a peaceful Japanese garden, and 4,000 varieties of plants. Rotary Gardens features a unique gift shop for our shopping pleasure. Along the way to Olbrich Gardens, we’ll stop in Fitchburg to fuel up on a lunch of hearty pub fare at the Great Dane Brew Pub. Our last stop for the day will be the magnificent Olbrich Gardens in Madison consisting of 16 acres of Midwest-hardy plants. A docent will guide us through the Outdoor Gardens where the roses should be in bloom, and then we can take a self-guided tour through the tropics inside the Bolz Conservatory which features birds, flowers, and a waterfall.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Annual Party: Black Ties & Pearls With a slick of Brylcreem, a splash of aftershave, and an adjustment of their black ties; the gents are ready to escort their ladies - looking beautiful with a quick tuck of a curl, a single strand of pearls, and a new taffeta cocktail dress - out to the Club to see their favorite crooner. Featuring the Musical Stylings of Jim Best. Before the entertainment begins, please enjoy a delicious meal prepared and served by the staff at The Cotton Exchange. Begin your meal a Shrimp Cocktail appetizer and relishes. For luncheon, enjoy an elegant Chicken Wellington served with seasoned smashed red potatoes and green beans alongside. End your meal on a sweet note with a selection from the cheesecake dessert bar! Come on, join the gang!

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Rushing Waters Upon arrival at Rushing Waters, we will be greeted by our guide who will provide an informative walking tour around Wisconsin’s largest trout farm where sustainable farm practices help grow delicious, natural, chemical-free rainbow trout. Along with a custom diet and wild food found in the water, the 49 degree water helps grow the high quality trout Rushing Waters is known for. We’ll be walking along some potentially uneven ground, so wear your sturdy walking shoes! After the tour, cast a line to catch a trout of your own to take home - Rushing Waters staff will clean, wrap, and pack your trout in ice for the ride home! Or shop for a bit in the Farm Store for other delicious delicacies, play some lawn games with your friends, or just relax on the patio until it’s time for lunch. For lunch, we’ll cool off in the Trout House Restaurant and enjoy an excellently prepared Shore Lunch.

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