Lake Country Family Fun proudly presents a new event series:
Lake Country Currents
One of Lake Country Family Fun’s main tenets of its MISSION STATEMENT is to build community. Through our event series, we will be hosting a number of get-togethers and meetups for Lake Country and Waukesha County area based bloggers, creatives, and influencers to meet up, share resources and laugh.
Our first series will be a coffee shop series. As you know, Lake Country Family Fun has published their Local Coffee Shop Guide for the second year in a row now, and we can’t say enough good things about all the local, independently owned coffee shops sprinkled throughout our area.
Save the Date for the February
Lake Country Currents
Coffee Shop Series Event:
May 4th at 8:30 am
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.” -African Proverb
We were so inspired by the talent + presence in the Lake Country online community after hearing the community feedback during our Lake Country #followfriday series in November on Instagram! To keep that momentum going, @lakecountryfamilyfun is launching Lake Country Currents, a networking group for bloggers, influencers, and creatives in the greater Waukesha County area.
We are kicking off the coffee shop series this winter! Each month, Lake Country Currents will meet at a coffee shop featured in the Coffee Shop Guide.
The first meeting was at Mama D’s in Wales on January 5th at 9:30 am, and it was AMAZING!
In February, we had an awesome morning at The Roots Coffeebar and Cafe in downtown Waukesha with Amanda Daering from Newance as our guest speaker. She led a discussion on starting your business and finding your niche.
In March, we had our biggest group yet at 1863 Coffee Saloon in Eagle with guest speaker Alison Tierney and Lauren Luedeke from Wholesome, LLC. Alison has written a guest post for Lake Country Family Fun on raising a healthy family. Read her 5 tips HERE. There were so many great tips shared for launching your own business and social media marketing.
In April, we had the amazing Julie Coughlin as our speaker in the fireplace room at Milwaukee Street Traders in downtown Delafield. Julie walked us through an interactive goal setting experience and I can’t wait for her to reach out in 3 and six months to see if we met our goals!
In May, we will have the successful Colleen Berkowitz of EveryKind lead us on a conversation about building community.
We will have a photographer, Blue Angelique Photography, on site to catch those candids of the event, plus headshots for new attendees.
Refreshments, coffee, networking abilities, laughs, and new friendships will be available at the event as well!
Plus, learn about the Kindness Rocks Project from our own Megan! Megan and her son will make a painted rock for each attendee to take with them and place in the community. There will also be an opportunity to make your own rocks if time allows.
See you there!