What it is:
COTM is a partnership between Vines & Rushes Winery and each organization to increase awareness of its purpose and raise funds.
Each COTM organization will receive 25% of Food Sales from their given Monday and any additional cash donations from that night.
Each organization will also have an opportunity to serve and interact with guests through front-end food service and share any marketing and communications material they may have.
Vines & Rushes serves Neapolitan style pizza from a wood-fired, brick oven. With an oven temp of around 750 degrees, and a bake time of 90 seconds, the time from ordering to receiving your pizza is very short. This allows for efficient food service in a spacious and family friendly environment.
The first and third Monday of each month will have “Causes” and the remainder will be open for the normal pizza schedule
Pizza is available from 4pm - 8pm
The winery will be open on Mondays from Noon - 9pm.
Cause of the Mondays is our way of giving back to a region that has been a significant reason for our success as a winery. Each “Cause” has been selected by the staff at Vines & Rushes because of our appreciation for the unique impact each has on our community. We have worked to foster relationships with many businesses and organizations throughout the region. We support many local products in our winery, work with many local businesses and take pride in this opportunity to give back to our surrounding communities.
January 7: Green Lake Area Animal Shelter
January 21: Riponfest 2.0
February 4: Wanted Women’s Conference
February 18: Traded Treasures - A Thrift Boutique & Food Pantry
March 4: Freeland Film Festival
March 18: Caestecker Public Library
April 1: Mission Lazarus
April 15: Journey Charter School
Their Vision: Journey Charter School will provide a project-based learning environment that will consider the whole child in fostering inquiry and critical thinking skills, and guide our students to flourish as leaders, life-long learners and problem solvers.
Their Mission: To empower students to problem solve and flourish in a global society.
May 6: Tri County Boys & Girls Club
Boys & Girls Club of the Tri-County Area inspires and enables young people to reach their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. The Club serves youth ages 6 to 18 Monday through Friday after school and during the summer and is currently serving over 834 youth in the Tri-County Area.
They provide a safe environment, excellent facilities, caring adults and engaging programs in the following areas: The Arts, Education, Healthy & Wellness, Leadership & Service, Sports & Recreation.
May 20: Green Lake Conservancy
Protect, enhance, & restore the quality of Green Lake
Preserve the biodiversity of natural areas within the watershed.
Educate the public - foster a heightened sense of environmental awareness stewardship and sustainable land use practices
June 17: Rush Lake Watershed Restoration, Inc.
Dedicated to implementing a practical plan that allows Rush Lake, its affiliated streams, and connected wetlands to achieve their full recreational, aesthetic, and wildlife potentials for the mutual benefit of those who live, work, study, and recreate in the watershed.
To accomplish our mission, we work closely with the public, WI DNR, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other organizations.
July 15: Grace Preschool
Grace Preschool is a non-profit, non-denominational, Christian school for children from 2 1/2 years old through five years of age. The mission of Grace Preschool is to provide children and their families with a quality educational experience in a safe, nurturing, faith-based environment.
The goals of Grace Preschool are to help children develop a positive self-image and to gain social, emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual growth through age-appropriate activities.
August 5: Day by Day Warming Shelter
Our mission at the Day By Day Warming Shelter is to provide safe, temporary shelter, food, and supportive services for adults. We advocate for collaborative, locally driven solutions for those experiencing homelessness in our community.
August 19: Discovery Preschool
At Discovery Preschool children are encouraged to learn, be inventive, and DISCOVER in a safe and nurturing environment. Through an art-based curriculum, each child learns to develop a positive self-image.
Discovery provides an open and creative educational environment in which families and teachers cooperate to prepare each child for elementary school.