A fraternal membership dedicated to local charity. The Danish Brotherhood Lodge #14 is an organization dedicated to charitable endeavors both locally and nationally. We strive to provide our members an event space and place of belonging, security, and support. Unfortunately, our upstairs banquet hall and downstairs rathskeller bar are no longer available for rent to our members or the general public. Our organization is dedicated to both growing and developing our membership and providing scholarships for future generations to advance their education. Being Danish is not a requirement for participating with our establishment or membership. The majority of our events unless otherwise noted are open to the public. We encourage the public to join us in our mission to better the community around us! Feel free to inquire about membership or hall rentals by navigating to our contact us page.
OUR FORMER HISTORIC BUILDING
August 24th, 2020 the Danish Brotherhood Lodge #14 succumbed to arson and looting during the Kenosha riots. Our charity and fraternal membership has been part of this community for many generations and would like to keep that going. Despite no longer have a dedicated event space for our activities we continue to persevere. We know times are hard but we are asking for help so we can rebuild our lodge and continue to be part of the community.
Not your Grandma's Bingo! A social bingo night to support our fraternal organization and charity! Our event space is not quiet, we enjoy good conversation (please do not swear!) and drinks! And we shout for O69! Come on in and join the fun! Open to both our fraternal membership and public!
JULY 30TH, 2023
Open to our fraternal membership, their families, and a special welcome to all the children & grandchildren. Kids games, bean bag toss, water balloon toss, and egg toss! The event space this year will be at Kennedy Park. Setup begins at 10:00 am. at Kennedy Park.
OCTOBER 01ST, 2023
Join us as we venture to watch the Brewers play the Cubs at Miller Park's event space. Yes, we still refer to the ballpark as Miller Park. This event is open to both our fraternal membership and the general public. We will take a bus up to the park. On top of transportation, drinks and food will be available.