Check out the virtual Vibez Creative Arts Space, fill out the census form, donate grocery kits for the needy, apply for an emergency business loan or participate in the YMCA’s emergency response camp program.
Things to know this week include free Wi-Fi with Spectrum, the emergency food distribution map, Milwaukee’s virtual museums, a blood shortage and changes to parking enforcement.
Maintain social distancing and check out these five things: Ayuda Mutua’s Facebook page, absentee voting, United Way’s emergency funds, Milwaukee’s “Restaurant Carryout Zones” program and the digital library.
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This weekend, celebrate Pi Day at The Tandem, hear from the mayoral candidates, visit the “Faces of Milwaukee exhibit,” learn African dance and celebrate the spring equinox.
Our picks: “Eclipsed,” a play by Danai Gurira, a blood drive at Bounce Milwaukee, census prep day, an Ex Fabula story slam and an event on how to recognize substance use in teens.
Our picks for the weekend: a forum on lead poisoning, the first African Diaspora dialogue, Milwaukee Public Schools’ annual special education family forum, Milwaukee Public Library’s book bash and a Brazilian carnaval.
This week, learn about Love Your Block grants, join an EXPO meeting, help Victory Garden Initiative spring clean, celebrate women of the decade and join the Fight for Air climb.
This weekend’s picks: Courtney Baker’s Framing Black Performance lecture, the Black Excellence Awards, elections training, the state of the black man panel discussion, family night at the Twilight Centers and a bonus.
Our picks: The “Grrrl Justice” screening, a free flu shot clinic, a talk about African American brewing history and a chance to meet and see Clarene Mitchell.