After shutting down for four months, the Holton Youth and Family Center has reopened, thanks to a new partnership with COA.
Children ages 6 to 12 celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at a recent workshop led by poet Victoria Porter and teen mentors from Arts @ Large.
A downtown local bicycle collective gives back to the community year-round with more than just free bicycle maintenance.
Nearly 700 children attended the Winter Wonderland celebration last weekend at Journey House.
The highlight of LBWN’s annual neighborhood gathering was the opportunity for participants to share their personal stories with neighbors in small breakout groups. The room buzzed as each person in the circle spent a few minutes talking about his or her life. Community members of all ages and backgrounds came together at the annual event […]
Kids of all ages and costumes made their way to Neighborhood House’s annual Haunted Halls event held at 2819 W. Richardson Place. Teens at Neighborhood House, a community center with a 70-year legacy, designed and created the two-day event of spooky activities to benefit their teen program. For only $3, attendees were able to participate […]
More than 400 participants attended Milwaukee’s 6th annual Project Homeless Connect event at Marquette University Alumni Memorial Student Union.
About 50 potential homebuyers participated in a weekend bus tour of six homes in the Burnham Park, Silver City and Layton Park neighborhoods.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly renovated Arlington Heights Park drew neighbors, funders and public officials.
Recently, the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee held its 8th annual Walk for Wellness at the Journey House Green Bay Packers Football Stadium in Mitchell Park.