Don’t forget about the census; register for “On The Table”; tune in to the city’s budget hearing; check out Ex Fabula’s story slam; and register for Milwaukee Rec’s “Halloween Glen.”
Housing and health are intertwined, experts have long preached. Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is pausing evictions to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Join a vigil for community leader Jason Cleereman; check out the fall pumpkin market; participate in Milwaukee Urban League’s “ballot bash”; celebrate at Jardin del Pueblo; and paint pumpkins at The Farmhouse Paint Bar & Banquet Hall.
Health organizations in Milwaukee are offering free flu vaccinations this season, as experts stress immunizations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about Triciclo Péru and the newly completed trio of murals on West Forest Home Avenue, some of the projects featured in Virtual Doors Open 2020.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee has closed six locations throughout the city, bowing to financial challenges created by the pandemic.
Learn about Glorious Malone’s Fine Sausage and the Neighborhood Tiles project in the Clarke Square neighborhood, some of the projects featured in Virtual Doors Open 2020.
Being a Brown Beret is written in my DNA. They are a group of Chicano folks who strive to protect La Raza (the people) from police brutality and conserve our history.
Milwaukee County officials and mental health experts are looking to reach more people after the county sees a surge in suicides.
With some parents no longer working from home, child care has become an issue. Here are some organizations that can help.