Events Calendar

Regular Meetings

From September to June the Shorewood Men's Club meets the first and third Wednesday at Hubbard Park lodge. Dinner programs start at 6pm with conversation and beverages. Dinner is served at 6:30pm and includes a salad, main course, and dessert prepared by the chef at Hubbard Park Lodge. Coffee, milk and iced tea are available along with a full bar. All Shorewood Men's Club events are open to members and their spouses or guests.

Reservations

Reservations are required and should be made by noon on the day prior to the meeting. If you make reservations, we ask that you honor them as we guarantee a dinner for everyone who calls.

Make a Reservation

Dinner reservations can also be made by calling/texting the Shorewood Men's Club 24 hour answering machine at (414) 791-5405. Please leave your name and number of reservations. If you are calling in for a reservation more then the week we are in, also leave the date you want reservations for. Vegetarian meals are available -- just mention in your reservation.

Speakers

After dinner, a guest speaker will present his or her topic for the evening. Upcoming speakers are listed on this page. If you would only like to come for the speaker, please join us about 7:15pm for the start of the presentation. Speakers and forums are open to the public.

Next Meeting

Quiz night at the SMC
Feb. 4, 2015
Join us for the 1st Quiz Night in SMC history. Put on your thinking cap, grab a beer, and see where you rank among the intelligentsia that is the Men's Club. QuizMasterTrivia will be hosting this event for us at Hubbard Park Lodge -- put this fun evening on your calendar.
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Upcoming Events

Mike Good presents the USS Milwaukee
Feb. 18, 2015
Mike will provide an overview of the Littoral Combat Ship program and specifics on the next ship of the FREEDOM class, USS MILWAUKEE, being completed in Marinette, WI. The brief will discuss the crew and shipbuilding status, describe the “mission modules” concept for the ship, share details on commissioning ceremony preparations and outline the exciting opportunities for business and community involvement.
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David Heidel on organic farming in Wisconsin
March 4, 2015
David Heidel farms just West of Random Lake Wisconsin and he will explain the significance of organic farming and how it results in better food, better health, and protection/preservation of our environment. David's farms produce no polluted water run-off and no soil erosion from his grazing lands. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear directly from a Wisconsin farmer.