Learn about the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor program; support a community harvest feast; see Milwaukee’s holiday lights; check out The Domes; and donate blood.
Support new businesses opening at the Sherman Phoenix; check out Xeroine Illustration’s pop-up; learns the ins and outs of owning at a housing resource fair; make a gingerbread house; and remember to rake those leaves.
The SOC has been a staple in the community for over 30 years. Once the pandemic hit, the group found a way to adapt to the circumstances and continue providing resources.
Hear from two nationally recognized authors; make a sugar skull with Latino Arts; learn how to rent in Milwaukee; sign up for a free Thanksgiving dinner; and register to receive a box from WeGiveMKE’s food distribution.
Volunteer at Hope Street Ministry; get a free flu shot at Gee’s Clippers; join a webinar on prostate cancer; shop at The Underground Market; and learn to dance with Ko-Thi Dance Company.
Check out a panel on entrepreneurship; donate blood and platelets at the MFD blood drive; volunteer to fix bikes; meet entrepreneurs from Lindsay Heights; and watch “Embodied Truth.”
Celebrate voter diversity with Voces de la Frontera; support local vendors at the Winter Farmers Market; learn about foster care in the community; clean up Lincoln Creek and West Basin; and take a hike at Hawthorn Glen Outdoor Education Center.
Get your parking permits as they are now required; vote (if you haven’t) on Election Day; watch On The Table conversations; check out adventure day in Washington Park; and view Table of the Saints’ “Let’s Talk About It” conversation.
Learn the “Thriller” dance; make a Día de los Muertos altar; join the MKESingalong; donate blood; and celebrate Día de los Muertos with Ayuda Mutua.
UpStart Kitchen provides emergency meals for Milwaukeeans and a space for entrepreneurs looking to build their businesses.