This week, our picks include MLK events throughout the city, free museum admittance for youths, a screening of the film “Artifishal,” free classes for expectant mothers and a performance by LASP guitar orchestra.
Milwaukee’s MLK Day is one of the longest-running observations in the nation. Find out where you can join in.
This weekend, check out Timbuktu Art Colony’s jewelry, preview the #MKEmovementArt exhibit, take in Gallery Night in Amani and Metcalfe Park, join the women’s march and enjoy hip-hop karaoke at the Sherman Phoenix.
Milwaukee Recreation registration is open; St. Anthony School is hosting an open house; nominate someone for the Difference Makers awards; check out “The Story of a Neighborhood” exhibit as well as the King Drive Commons Gallery and Studio gallery day and night.
This weekend the Hmong American Women’s Association is kicking off its leadership movement, there’s a youth summit on human trafficking, MATC is hosting a spring enrollment session, there’s a coat giveaway for youths and the Urban Ecology Center is celebrating winter.
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This week, catch a screening of “Suppressed: The Fight to Vote,” attend a meditation session, enjoy a Zumba class, hear from state Supreme Court candidates and prepare for tax season.
AhVantSoul performs at Coffee Makes You Black, a Hmong New Year celebration, Jibaro Fest, a legal clinic on citizenship and snowshoeing at Mitchell Park are our picks for the weekend.
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.