Welcome to Brownsville.
It is the mission of the Brownsville Community Club to “provide a gathering place to remember and honor the past, celebrate the present, and plan and hope for the future of Brownsville and the surrounding communities”.
The Brownsville Community Club boasts an impressive 7,200 square foot facility that is conveniently located one hour from Madison, Milwaukee, and Green Bay/Appleton. Our handicapped-accessible building has a large seating capacity, which doubles as a dance hall. Additionally, we offer a full service bar room and state-of-the-art kitchen. From a small family gathering to a large wedding, the club has flexible space to accommodate everyone's needs.
Memorial Day Breakfast
May 27th, 2019
*The Lomira Legion will be putting on this event here at the BCC!*
Message from the Manager.
Whether you are having a gathering for a small number of guests or having an event of a lifetime, we here at the Brownsville Community Club take pride in making your get together one you will cherish and remember forever. With seating up to 275+, we can hold any size function. We make sure to alleviate the stresses of planning a party may encounter, to making the smallest of details enjoyable for you. Let us help plan your next event here at the Brownsville Community Club. After all, "we help fill in the details".
Samantha Veselka – Venue Services Manager
History of our club.
The Brownsville Community Club has a unique and rich history dating back to 1943. It all started when eleven people organized the Brownsville Community Club. The first President was Dr. R. G. Raymond. The purpose of the club was to plan host recreational activities for the Brownsville area so that the community did not have to rely on traveling to Fond du Lac during the war. The club built and owned the building now known as Dan’s Village Bowl. It was the dream and vision of Dale Michels along with other Village residents who worked side by side with him, to construct a facility in Brownsville for all to enjoy. One that could accommodate a large celebration, wedding or funeral, or any function to be held in our residents own hometown. Through the help of many supporters, along with the resources donated by the Michels family, the Brownsville Community Club became a reality in 1993.