Community Care, Inc., will be hosting a Community Health Matters Event from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday, September 21, at its Vliet Street Day Center located at 3220 W. Vliet Street. The event is free and open to the public and will include: flu shots for the first 100 participants over age 18, […]
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
Take Root Milwaukee is hosting a free homeownershup fair.
Help us kick off the start of the new school year and celebrate the hard work of our students from low-income backgrounds by wearing college gear from your alma mater or favorite college on Friday, August 30, which is National College Colors Day! Use #CPCollegeColorsDay to share your pics on social media. This is a […]
MPL partners with Cream City Coders for Game Jams, Teens Learn to Create Video Games. Teens created Video Games at this summer’s 12 Game Jam events, and will showcase them tonight starting at 5:00pm at MPL’s Mitchell Street Branch.
Riverworks Development Corporation is hosting “Music on the BLT”, a one day music event on Friday August 23, 2019 at 5:30pm on the Beerline Trail. Music performances include Shle Berry (hip hop), Cory Pieper, Jazzaveli (hip hop) and DJ NuStyles.
Alverno College has partnered with Arizona-based premiere service provider Synergis Education to launch a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) degree and a Direct Entry Master of Science in Nursing (DEMSN) degree. Both programs will begin enrolling students in January 2020. Designed for working professionals who hold a master’s degree relevant to their area of interest, the […]
The Bronzeville Sleepover for Education school supply drive is continuing to accept donated items through the close of business on Thursday, August 15.
Black Arts MKE, a non-profit dedicated to increasing the availability and quality of African American arts, wrapped up its inaugural Youth Performing Arts Summer Camp at the beginning of August.
Milwaukee Public Library continues its popular Library Loud Days series with a performance of “American Klassiks” at the Martin Luther King Branch, 310 W. Locust St. The performance will be TODAY – Thursday, August 8 at 7:00 p.m. as part of Bronzeville Week. Alderwoman and Library Trustee Milele A. Coggs and Library Director Paula Kiely will welcome patrons to the event.
Budgets are about tough decisions, and we are asking for your input on how best to close the projected $28 million gap in Milwaukee County’s 2020 budget. Use the Balancing Act tool to analyze the County’s $1.2 billion operating budget, and make tough choices necessary to close the gap.