Check out the mobile food pantry at the Dominican Center; fill out the census; watch the city’s preliminary budget hearing; learn about Milwaukee’s summertime past; and register for a Black wellness retreat.
Lilo Allen of the Bronzeville Collective and Katie Avila Loughmiller of the LUNA Collective discuss what it’s like to be a creative in Milwaukee.
Take a painting class with the Farmhouse Paint Bar; ask professionals questions about children’s mental and behavioral health; row around with All Hands Boatworks; clean up Carver Park with Motivating Milwaukee; and check out “The Stitching,” a fashion show featuring designers of color.
Get registered to vote and connected to resources during “Activate MKE” week; provide input on the upcoming city budget; check out a bilingual storytime at Alice’s Garden; prepare for bus delays because of the DNC; and register for the COA’s “Beyond the Book Bag” giveaway.
Check out CORE El Centro’s online Spanish cooking class; visit the Underground Makers Market; join the summer cleanup of the Lincoln Creek and West Basin; participate in the “Black is Beautiful” bike ride; and see the unveiling of mural featuring prominent Milwaukee figures.
Historians Robert Smith and Reggie Jackson discuss the history of youth-led protests in Milwaukee and recommend critical and historical resources.
Find out Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley’s vision for the county; donate to the food and supplies drive at Turner Hall; check out the North Side pop-up farmers market; support the annual book bag drive honoring Syville Smith; and join a bike ride for mental health.
Join Safe & Sound’s weekly plug-in; celebrate MPS grads during a virtual ceremony; participate in a community giveaway; check out art day in the garden; and attend Liberate MKE’s block party.
Check out Latino Arts’ Reynaldo Hernandez exhibition; learn how NNS and Journal Sentinel reporters are doing “journalism that matters”; support the Washington Heights front yard pop-up; attend Alice’s Garden’s evening farmer’s market; and celebrate Bronzeville Week.
Watch Ko-Thi Dance Company’s “DrumTalk”; apply for the People’s Map Commission; check out the virtual HaRUNbee walk/run; get registered to vote at El Rey Foods; and learn about LISC’s grant for small businesses.