The Algoma Club has been a part of downtown Oshkosh for many years. The IOOF building (International Order of Odd Fellows) was built in 1884 and was a gathering place for the men in the association, which dedicated itself to service and charitable acts for others. (Click here http://www.ioof.org or here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independent_Order_of_Odd_Fellows for more information on IOOF). Used first as the IOOF gathering space, it has also been the site for theatre shows, rumors of speakeasy connections, and fantastic parties. An old building with over a century of history, it recently went under a makeover with its new owners in 2011. Additional restrooms, updated décor, and modern amenities are now a part of this building’s legacy. Let our history be a part of your history!