2014 BNB Breweries, Wineries & Brew Clubs

BNB PosterWe are looking forward to tasting beer/wine/cider from the following confirmed breweries, wineries & Brew Clubs this Saturday!

3 Sheeps
Ale Asylum
Badger State Brewing
Capital
Central Waters
Ciderboys
Door County Brewing
Fox River Brewing
Geneva Lake
Hinterland
Horny Goat
Hydro Street
James Page Brewing
Lake Front
Lake Louie
Milwaukee Brewing
New Glarus
Parallel 44
Point Brewing
Rhinelander
Rush River Brewing
Rushford Meadery & Winery
Sand Creek
Shipwrecked
Sprecher
Stillmank
Stone Arch
Tyranena
Vines & Rushes

We are excited to have several homebrew clubs joining us this year!
Appleton Libation Enthusiasts (ALE) Homebrew Club
Brewligans Homebrew Club
Central WI Vintners and Brewers Home Brew Club
Sheboygan Sudzzers Homebrew Club
Society of Oshkosh Brewers

United Community Fundraising

You can help the Jaycees raise money just by registering! United Community is a program where local businesses donate a percentage of their sales back to a local non-profit. Members register their credit card (Visa or Mastercard) on a secure website. When you make purchases at the participating businesses using that card, a percentage goes back to an organization of your choice.

Go to: ucmission.com and register your cards. Then choose Oshkosh Jaycees as your designated organization. This will help us raise additional funds to give back to the community!

May Membership Meeting

Tuesday, May 20 at 7:00 p.m.
O’Marro’s Public House
2211T Oregon St., Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54904

Agenda to come.

Remember to bring your Box Tops for Washington Elementary or your used electronic items for the Go Green Challenge if you have any.

April Membership Meeting

Tuesday, April 15 at 6:00 p.m.
O’Marro’s Public House
2211T Oregon St., Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54904

The agenda is fairly short so should be half hour or less, but then we will stuff the Easter Egg Hung bags!

We will have food and drinks available for the bag stuffing.

Please attend if you can and feel free to bring a guest, the more people helping the less time it will take.

Also remember to bring your Box Tops for Washington Elementary or your used electronic items for the Go Green Challenge if you have any.

March General Membership Meeting

Join us Tuesday, March 18 at O’Marro’s Public House at 6:30 p.m. for networking and socializing and the meeting begins at 7 p.m. We will have a guest Robyn Calvey from Park Ridge Organics will be coming to speak to us about CSA farming. We will also be discussing the Easter Egg Hunt and BNB plans!

See you there!

EEH Sponsors

Thank you to our current sponsors:

Cash Sponsor - Choice Bank

Goodie Bag Items
4Imprint
Affinity Health System
Festival Foods
Hardee’s
Landscape Solutions
Supple Restaurant group
Thrivent Financial
YMCA

We need more cash sponsors! Interested? Sponsorship Form

Children’s Day Parade

To the Oshkosh Community –

The Oshkosh Jaycees are a small volunteer organization that gathers as a social group to promote, organize and advance public events in the Oshkosh region. Our events are only capable of being successful with the help from volunteers and in-kind financial assistance from local businesses. Unfortunately, as a growing trend, both of these resources have become difficult to obtain.

Our two largest events that support the Oshkosh community with free admission, in which rely solely on sponsorships of local businesses, are the annual Easter Egg Hunt and Children’s Day Parade and are yearly located at South Park. Due to lack of the above listed resources, the Oshkosh Jaycees Board of Directors regret to inform the Oshkosh Community that we are unable to continue with the tradition of the Children’s Day Parade.

The Children’s Day Parade originated in 1932 by the Ohio Street Civic Association, which was formed by local businesses. At South Park, paraders collected treats from the civic association committee, joined their parents and friends for a band concert and picnic, and awaited decisions by the judges on winning parade floats. 

Over the decades, the Ohio Street Civic Association dissolved and the Oshkosh Jaycees helped continue the tradition. The parade has since become a smaller event with roughly only 50 children participating. The Jaycees continued to award prizes to the favorite floats and also began a tradition of raffling off bicycles for children ranging from toddlers to teenagers. Locals continue to comment about their wish for this event to grow to the size they once remember from decades ago, but our small volunteer organization is not in the position to make this happen.

We hope that another local organization is willing to step-up and take over this cherished tradition. The Oshkosh Jaycees will assist in all efforts in making it a smooth transition.  If your organization is interested in this event or would like more information, please contact us.