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Archives for 2019
Visit the Milwaukee County Zoo for free, donate blood, celebrate New Year’s Eve at The Domes, have brunch at Vibez Creative Arts Space and do meditation at Center Street Wellness.
The last weekend of 2019 includes a healing circle at Walnut Way, a kids paint party at Vibez Creative Arts Space, Dread Friday at Naturally Naps Salon, a concert by SistaStrings and Nickel&Rose and a Ujamaa Marketplace at Coffee Makes You Black.
Clayborn Benson III, founding director of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society, reflects on the core ideas of Kwanzaa and his 31st year celebrating with the community.
Although the holiday season can be a time of cheer and celebration, it also can be challenging for those who battle a mental illness. Here are resources to help you and those you love.
Refugees from across the world come to the Neighborhood House of Milwaukee to learn English and prepare for citizenship. Students and staff take time to celebrate with a potluck dinner, music and gifts during a holiday party.
Decorate cookies at the library, visit The Domes’ holiday show, do yoga on Christmas Eve and Day, celebrate Kwanzaa and listen to praise music this week in Milwaukee.
The Census Bureau is recruiting census takers; COA is looking for volunteers; Northcott is hosting its annual holiday party; Farmhouse Paint & Sip is celebrating Las Posadas; and the NAACP is holding its monthly meeting.
Harriet McKinney shares her personal connection with Hanukkah, also known as Chanukah, and the different ways she and her family celebrate.
The Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council (MMFHC) announces the formation of a coalition of organizations working together to support victims of hate-motivated incidents.