Semi-professional or professional musicians living in Clark Square or Layton Blvd are invited to a meeting on Wed., May 15th at 8:00 pm at Ascension Lutheran Church on Layton Blvd to talk about a new musical venture. If interested, contact Brett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-232-3866.
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
About Playworks: For more than 16 years, Playworks has leveraged the power of play at recess and throughout the school day to accelerate children’s learning and improve school climate. In partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and AmeriCorps, Playworks currently serves more than 300 schools in 22 cities across the country, reaching 120,000 children […]
Launched at the 2012 Milwaukee Film Festival, the Dear MKE film series embraces everything that makes life good here. Four films highlighting Milwaukee have been released to critical acclaim and have received more than 60,000 views on YouTube. Now the concepts of four lucky winners crowd-sourced from a contest held last fall are in development […]
World No Tobacco Day is May 31st – a day when the world unites to combat the destructive force of tobacco-related disease. Tobacco kills nearly 7,000 Wisconsinites a year, which means tobacco companies must addict that many new customers a year just to maintain their business. They also know that if they can hook kids […]
College Possible students are joining with others across the nation to celebrate Global Youth Service Day, the largest service event in the nation and the only service project dedicated to getting youth involved in their communities. Projects included cleaning riverbanks with Milwaukee Riverkeeper, cleaning up a local YMCA, and partnering with Hunger Task Force to […]
The Social Development Commission (SDC) is gearing up its new computer-based testing center to train and test residents for different educational and employment opportunities. The new services at SDC’s Richards Street offices include administering a variety of work-related licensing tests such as those needed for certification as real estate brokers, nurses’ aides, and appraisers. “The […]
Milwaukee Public Schools’ Rufus King International School and Ronald Reagan College Preparatory High School have been named the #2 and #3 best high schools in Wisconsin, respectively, in new ratings announced by the Washington Post. King and Reagan are the two best high schools in the Milwaukee region and are both among the 50 best […]
In addition to participating in Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) at the end of April, students can capture their GYSD service project stories and enter the City of Milwaukee’s video contest. “Last year was our first year incorporating a video contest,” said Kari Couture, Community Arts Specialist with the Milwaukee Public Schools Division of Recreation […]
The United Community Center (UCC) is proud to announce the recipients of this year’s Friends of the Hispanic Community Awards, which recognize individuals that have made immeasurable contributions to the development and well-being of the community at large. Honorees will be celebrated at UCC’s 43rd Anniversary Celebration. This year’s award recipients are Dr. Mary J. […]
Over 36 financial institutions, schools, libraries, nonprofits and government agencies in the Milwaukee area will hold workshops and events during Money Smart Week® to promote financial literacy resources on topics such as credit, savings, kids and money, homeownership, insurance, scams and fraud, starting a small business, home loan modification or refinancing, managing student debt and […]