Remember the deadline for early voting is Saturday; give feedback on public art; check out UMOS’ events for farmworkers; get information on improving birth outcomes; and meet your neighbors and the Safe & Sound team.
5 things to know and do the weekend of March 24
Go to movie night at Tricklebee Café; take advantage of the diaper drive and resource fair at Lola’s New Beginnings; join the fun with painting and a spring celebration on the South Side; attend a health fair and charity basketball game; and check out a women’s “HerStory” tea social.
What you need to know about the Milwaukee school board elections on April 4
If you care about your kids, then you should care about the upcoming school board election. Here’s what you need to know.
5 things to know and do this week in Milwaukee: March 20 to March 24
Attend the Makin’ Moves Breakdancing Class at Your Move MKE; submit your proposal for a hand-painted mural on the Beerline Trail; audition for Poetry Unplugged; take a crack at Sacred Garden open mic at Arts @ Large; and submit your application for the EARN & LEARN paid summer employment program for young people.
5 things to know and do the weekend of March 17
Watch the “March of Champions” youth basketball tournament; participate in free “green-themed” art therapy; learn about opportunities for Milwaukee artists on King Drive; help observe Men’s Wellness Day; and check out free grocery giveaways.
Milwaukee food pantries brace for surge in visits after FoodShare cuts
With FoodShare emergency allotments scheduled to end this month, food pantries and emergency food providers are preparing for a significant increase in demand over the next few months that may strain their ability to feed people.
5 things to know and do this week in Milwaukee: March 13 to March 17
Attend a town hall on reckless driving; weigh in on bus stops on Burleigh Street; check out the cultural significance of hoop earrings; discuss the quality of life in Harambee; and marvel at science fair projects.
5 things to know and do the weekend of March 10
Attend an open jam session at Arts @ Large; learn about Harriet Tubman and the city’s waterways; find out how gender violence affects the Native community; check out the wedding and quinceañera expo; and apply to be Milwaukee’s first Youth Poet Laureate.
Need help with your taxes? These organizations offer free services for those who qualify.
You can get help filing your taxes through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, or VITA.
One-time $120 coming to offset summer meal costs for eligible children
Parents of children attending schools with free or reduced cost school meals will receive $120 per eligible child in June to help offset the cost of school meals.
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