Help us celebrate our 125th year of serving our local communities!
September 30 - Community Appreciation Cookout - Mukwonago Office
Come visit us at these great local events!
August 1 - National Night Out - Mukwonago
August 3 - National Night Out - Muskego
August 8 - National Night Out - Big Bend
August 9 - Waukesha Night Out - Waukesha
October 13 & 14 - Halloween Haunt - Field Park, Mukwonago
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. Grab our 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.
September 16 - East Brook Office (East Troy)
Good Life Club Trips & Events
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.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Ethnic Wisconsin The Minhas Brewery is the Midwest’s oldest brewery and the second oldest in the United States having survived the Depression, Prohibition, brushes with the mob, and two major fires. We’ll explore that heritage with a guided tour of the brewery and receive a nice take home ‘6-pack’ of goodies. Our visit, also, includes The Herb and Helen Haydock World of Beer Memorabilia Museum featuring hundreds of brewing advertisements from the past, tap handles, growlers, and model cars, trucks, and trains. From Monroe, we’ll journey to New Glarus for lunch at the New Glarus Hotel. Prepare yourself to be entertained with traditional Swiss entertainment and fondue demonstration. After lunch, take a short walk downtown for shopping in New Glarus’s charming village shops including the New Glarus Bakery, Brenda’s Blumenladen, and Ruef’s Meat Market. There’s always plenty of room under the coach to bring home purchases!
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Get Your Kicks The first stop on our road trip will be the Joliet Area Historical Museum for a guided tour of the Route 66 Visitor Center with exhibits about the historic road immortalized through stories, songs, and collectibles. Sign the virtual guest book, sit in a replica Corvette, and see the Route 66 ‘drive-in’ movie before stopping at the gift shop for a souvenir or two. And before we hit the road again, we’ll enjoy a delicious luncheon at the historic Jacob Henry Mansion. After lunch, take a self-guided tour of the beautiful Victorian mansion built in 1873 and recognized as a historical city, state, and national landmark. We’ll be joined for lunch by Award Winning Step-on Guide, John Weiss, and afterwards he’ll provide commentary about historic Route 66 along the way as we visit unique sites such as Milltown Antique Market, an original 1906 2-cell jail, a historic street car diner, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed bank, a restored Texaco gas station, and our final stop - the Polka-a-Dot Drive-In for a delicious Turtle Sundae!
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