Beat the heat at the cooling center at North Division High School. Check out The Underground Makers Market and the annual rummage sale on West Vliet Street. Plus, Radio Milwaukee is giving away free yard signs, and Alice’s Garden is hosting a Safe Space Sunday.
The Mobile Legal Clinic has gone virtual. The Milwaukee Urban League launches an online GED/health care certificate program with MATC. The weekly “March On, Milwaukee” discusses food and culture. Learn what “defund the police” really means, and support a fundraiser for first responders hosted by Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy.
Voces de la Frontera is leading a bike and car caravan. Check out the Ko-Thi Dance Company. Remember public fireworks are illegal. Participate in the census and attend the Black LGBTQIA Womxn’s March.
Our picks: Latino Arts hosts a new exhibit; the Social Development Commission sponsors a giveaway; Metcalfe Park Community Bridges holds block pop-up and mobile food pantry; Washington Heights artists launch front-porch pop-ups; youths plan Black Lives Matter protest and block party; and the Hunger Task Force resumes summer meal programs for youth.
Black Educators Caucus hosts a BLM walk. Core El Centro sponsors a Mindful Parents support group. Try Milwaukee Rec’s Facebook Live dance class. Attend Take Root Milwaukee’s virtual workshop for current and potential homeowners and check out the opening of Fondy Farmers Market.
Pre-apply for the Section 8 Housing Voucher waiting list; get help from a legal clinic hosted by Voces de la Frontera; take advantage of a mobile food pantry in the Amani neighborhood; listen to the voices of youth during a community roundtable; and let your voice be heard during a community forum by the Fire and Police Commission.
For Father’s Day 2020, we asked you what makes the father or father figure in your life special. Here are some responses from children, spouses and friends.
Celebrate Juneteenth Day; march for All Black Lives; take a virtual tour of the Concordia neighborhood; and participate in a Father’s Day Drive-in (Dads get to eat for free.).
Vegan Soul is popping up at Alice’s Garden; rally will call for end of MPD contracts at MPS; Bounce Milwaukee is screening the documentary “13th”; and Juneteenth goes virtual.
Learn where and how to get housing help; two grant deadlines are coming up for entrepreneurs; the Zoo reopens; and artists are needed to paint a Civil Rights Mural.