The nonprofit Centro Legal clinic has provided free bilingual legal services for 20 years on Milwaukee’s south side. The need is particularly strong in family courts, according to Heather Ramirez, executive director.
Aldermen from the 12th and 14th districts have agreed to change parking restrictions that prevent residents on South 6th, 11th and 16th streets from parking near their homes in the winter.
The second annual Milwaukee Dia De Los Muertos parade, celebrating a traditional Mexican holiday, brought colorful costumes, masks, music and dancing to the Walker’s Point neighborhood recently.
The second annual Milwaukee Dia De Los Muertos parade, on Friday, Oct. 28, will feature colorful masks, costumes, dancing and music.
Free workshops to create masks for the second annual Dia De Los Muertos parade on Friday, Oct. 28, are being held on Saturdays at The Shops of Grand Avenue, 161 W. Wisconsin Ave.
South Side residents in colorful garb took to the streets on Sunday, Sept. 18, in celebration of Mexican Independence Day.
The Albert E. Kagel Elementary School, 1210 West Mineral St., near Clarke Square, will have a new principal next fall.
Walker Square Farmers Market is now open for the 2011 season at Walker Square Park (1031 S. 9th St.).
Walker’s Point Center for the Arts (WPCA) is exhibiting prints produced by Carlos Cortéz and artists he influenced until May 14.
Walker’s Point Center for the Arts provides free after school drop-in art classes for children age 6 to 12.