Private party

ISENROO IS A PRIVATE PARTY PLEASE CONTACT ISENROO@GMAIL.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BE ADDED TO THE GUEST LIST

July 18, 2017

History of Isenroo

For those of you that have never heard of "Isenroo" here is a quick synopsis:

"Isenroo" was originally a party to celebrate the wedding anniversary of Erin and Christina Isenring. The first party was in 2004 and involved a small boom box, a home made slip and slide and about fifteen close friends. It has grown over the last few years, in 2007 was given the name "Isenroo"(a play on the music festival "Bonnaroo") and in 2010 the event brought in 9 bands, a HUGE homemade slip and slide, and the attendance grew to over one hundred people!

Isenroo 2018 is approaching fast! So mark your calenders!

You can expect to see all the same fun activities as in years past including:

The 200ft long slip and slide!
More lawn games than ever!
A delicious pancake breakfast on Saturday morning!
Kegs of FREE Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer!
Donkeys!
Camping!
Grilling!
Dancing!
And Rocking!

We'll announce the line up soon, but you can expect many new bands for this year and many of the same from years past!

Last year our little festival in the valley raised 1500 dollars for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin and we hope to improve on that mark this year!!!

Remember there is no admission fee to Isenroo, so donate what you can, but don't worry if you can't.

And don't forget that this is a semi-private party and we'd like to keep it small, but you're welcome to invite your closest couple of friends.

YOU MUST BE ON THE LIST TO MAKE IT PAST OUR SECURITY TEAM. ANYONE YOU INVITE MUST BE ADDED TO OUR ENTRY LIST.

If you need directions or need to add someone to the entry list please contact Erin at isenroo@gmail.com.

ISENROOOOOO!!!!

Isenroo essentials

Isenroo survival essentials, suggestions, and disclaimers

Free Camping at Isenroo: In an effort to keep our festival off the radar and you all safe, we encourage everyone to stay off the roads and spend the night in your tent

Smoking at Isenroo: There will be numerous “butt cans” about the grounds, please try to toss your butts in those and not on the ground

Where is Isenroo?: We won’t be posting the address on the web and no one else should either, but if you need directions send an e-mail to Isenroo@gmail.com!

What to bring:

Sun block- for blocking the sun

Bug spray- Be prepared!

Lawn chairs- for sitting

Cash for donation- Suggested $20 cash donation. Your donation covers Pabst on tap, port-a-potties, tent, sound system, the slip-n-slide (new plastic this year), and free beer to keep the bands happy. Any donations past our costs will go to the Second Harvest Food Bank. Last year we raised $1500!!!! in support of the food bank!

Bring $5 for the Saturday night pig roast. Any money past the cost for this will also be donated to the food bank.

Swim attire- go nude if you like but please no jeans, no belts, no zippers, nothing that cuts plastic

Camping gear- Tent, sleeping mat, sleeping bag, headlamp, etc.

Cash for band merchandise- T-shirts and CDs

Dancing shoes- two lefts?

Lawn games- there will be plenty, but bring your favorite just in case

Hula hoops- for the hippies

Rain gear- if everyone brings a rain coat it won’t rain!

Extra clothes- Our ever-changing weather may require a sweatshirt on the same day a swim suit was standard so be prepared.

Your food for the weekend- Grills and campfires will be available for use. And there will be a pancake breakfast provided on Saturday morning, and pig roast Saturday night!

Re-usable plates and eating utensils- again, lets keep the waste down, even plastic forks can be washed and re-used

What not to bring:

Dogs- No dogs allowed

Fire works- don’t even ask, ‘cause we don’t want ‘em

Kids- No kids, only childish behavior.

No sharp slip-n-sliding apparel. See the slip-n-slide rules posted at the top of the slide.

See you all soon!!!!!