Community Events Archives

October 15, 2013

Countdown to 25th-annual Benjamin Franklin Awards Celebration honoring Mark and Debbie Attanasio: Reservations due Today

Ben Franklin statue.jpgToday is your last chance to reserve your spot at the Milwaukee Public Library Foundation's 25th-annual Benjamin Franklin Awards Celebration dinner to be held Thursday, October 24 at Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Ave., starting at 5:15 p.m. This year's honorees are Mark and Debbie Attanasio.
Patron tickets are $250 each, individual tickets are $100 and Friends of MPL members are $85. To make your reservation, please call 414-286-3784 or email today, October 15th.
"The philanthropic and outreach work of the Attanasios, both here in Milwaukee and across the country, particularly the emphasis on education, personifies the ideals the Milwaukee Public Library holds as fundamental to the health and well-being of our community," said Milwaukee Public Library director Paula Kiely. "Both Brewers Community Foundation and Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, with generous support of the Milwaukee Public Library Foundation, have enabled literacy programs throughout Milwaukee. "
The award celebration will include remarks by Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee Public Library Director Paula Kiely, Milwaukee Public Library Foundation board chair Arthur Harrington and the honorees, as well as "A Taste of Central Library," an elegant dinner reception featuring a menu of literary-inspired delicacies in a beautiful Neo-Renaissance setting and surrounded by millions of books and historic collections.
Proceeds from this event strengthen the resources of the Milwaukee Public Library Foundation, enabling it to support and enhance the library collections, technology, programming and facilities. For reservations, please call (414) 286-3784, or email

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September 17, 2013

Celebrate Banned Books Week @ Centennial Hall

canaries in the coal mine.gifTo kick off Banned Books Week, the UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies and UWM's Center for Information Policy Research (CIPR) is partnering with the Milwaukee Public Library to host a presentation by Barbara Jones, Director of the ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom.

Barbara Jones is the director of the Office for Intellectual Freedom at the American Library Association and executive director of the Freedom to Read Foundation. She has been active for 25 years in the field of intellectual freedom issues.

Date: Sunday, September 22nd, 2013
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Centennial Hall (Please note that Central Library is closed at this time.)

This event has advance registration. To register for this program, please click here to access the SOIS web page to begin your registration.

September 6, 2013

6th Annual Frank P. Zeidler Memorial Lecture


The Struggle for Civil & Economic Rights:
50 Years after the March on Washington

7:00 p.m. Thursday, September 26, 2013
CENTENNIAL HALL, Milwaukee Public Library
733 North 8th Street
(Free and Open to the Public)

A lively Q&A interchange led by James Causey,
Editorial writer and Columnist, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, featuring:

Sheila Cochran
Chief Operating Officer/Secretary-Treasurer

Rev. Joseph E. Ellwanger, ELCA & MICAH
As a Pastor, he worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. in Birmingham, Alabama

Rev. Dr. Trinette V. McCray, Past President, Amer. Baptist Churches, USA
Ordained by Rev. Ralph Abernathy, she participated in the 50th Anniversary March in Washington, D.C.

The 6th Annual Frank P. Zeidler Memorial Lecture celebrates the life, ideals and work of one of Milwaukee's greatest public servants, who served as Mayor of the city from 1948 to 1960. It was Mayor Zeidler's belief that America's urban centers like the City of Milwaukee are the best places to advance human progress.

Contact Information:
International Institute of Wisconsin
Phone: 414-225-6220

April 26, 2013

Meet the 2013-2015 Milwaukee Poets Laureate

poet_Jim Chapson.jpgpoet_Jeff Poniewaz.jpgJoin Milwaukee's newest poets laureate, James Chapson and Jeff Poniewaz, as we launch their term as Milwaukee Poets Laureate for 2013-2015:

Inaugural Poetry Event
Date: Sunday, May 5, 2 p.m.
Location: Centennial Hall -
733 N. Eighth Street

Read more about the poets in the Poet Laureate Announcement or on the Milwaukee Poet Laureate page of MPL's website, where you will find links to their publications in our library catalog and request books for check out. You may also read poems by each author below:
"Song of the Epiphyte" and 3 other poems, by James Chapson

"The Last Endagered Species Glass," by Jeff Poniewaz

April 2, 2013

Voice Your Opinion @ East Library's Public Meeting on Library Design.

EastLibraryCramerLibraryEnt-page-001.jpgLibrary Director Paula Kiely and the Milwaukee Public Library Board of Trustees invite you to a presentation by the Project Team for the new East Branch. The presentation will include a preview of design concepts for the library space. Community feedback is welcome and encouraged.

Date: Wednesday April 10, 2013
Location: East Library, 1910 E. North Ave.
Time: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

December 11, 2012

Share Your Opinions On the Design Of East Library Today!

EastLibraryCramerLibraryEnt-page-001.jpgThe Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) will hold a public meeting tonight, Tuesday, December 11, on the new East Library design. This meeting will give the community an opportunity to provide input and ask questions about the design, programs and services, collections and artwork for the new East library branch. MPL is committed to providing the services patrons value most and invites residents to share their visions for the new East Library branch at the meeting or in writing. Ensuring the public is informed throughout the East Library development is a priority for Mayor Barrett and the MPL. Residents may also submit input in writing to the East Library staff until Friday, December 21.

Date: Tuesday, December 11th, 2012
Library: East Library
Time: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Program begins at 6 PM)

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November 6, 2012

Go Vote Today!

wisconsinvote_button.pngToday is election day, and it is your last chance to cast your vote for this election cycle. Many have voted early, but those of you who haven't had the chance should make your way to the polls now. Polls are open today, Tuesday November 6th from 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. People who are in line to vote at 8 P.M. will get to cast their vote, so stick with it, even if the lines are long! To find out where you will vote and what you need to bring if you need to register at your polling place, look at the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board's My Vote Wisconsin site. There you can check to see if you are already registered to vote. If you would like to preview a sample ballot for this election, you can view it by entering your information and clicking on the link for a sample ballot for your voting district. Now that you've got the tools to vote, make sure you spread the word.

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August 25, 2012

The King Center Imaging Project Comes to Central Library

KingCenter_pic1.jpgCome to the Central Library to see the Martin Luther King Jr. digital archives. Visitors will be able to see digital images of documents from Dr. King's correspondence, speeches and sermons and documents from other key figures from the Civil Rights Movement. Digital images of Dr. King's I Have a Dream speech, the Letter from Birmingham Jail, and his Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech will also be on view . The exhibit runs from Monday, August 27th through Thursday, August 30th. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity at your Milwaukee Public Library.

June 5, 2012

Learn What You Need to Vote In Today's Historic Election!

Wisconsin_state_flag.pngToday is the day of the recall election. Your vote will help determine who will be the Governor of our fair state. If you didn't get the chance to vote early, there is still plenty of time to make your voice heard today. To see where your polling place is, enter your address into the Wisconsin Voter Public Access' search form. If you need any other information regarding the election, and any requirements for same day voter registration, look at the City of Milwaukee Election Commission's website. Now you should have everything you need to make your voice heard. Make sure you tell your friends!

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May 17, 2012

Partial Eclipse of the Sun!

383px-'Around_the_Moon'_by_Bayard_and_Neuville_25.jpgThis Sunday, May 20th, the lucky citizens of Milwaukee will be able to view 50 minutes of a partial solar eclipse. This will be the first eclipse visible in Milwaukee in 10 years. The eclipse will take place from exactly 7:21 p.m. until 8:12 p.m. Want to view the eclipse? Learn how to make an eclipse viewer here. Want to see the eclipse from up high? Join the party at the Urban Ecology Center for a viewing through special planetarium telescopes. Want more information on eclipses? Check out these books from your Milwaukee Public Library!

January 27, 2012

Hobby & Cookbook Used Book Sale


Need a little inspiration to occupy the months of winter? Stop by the Friend's of Milwaukee Public Library Hobby & Cookbook Used Book Sale on February 4 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Books are availabe starting at $1.00, and all proceeds will go to the Milwaukee Public Library.
This event will be held at the Milwaukee Public Market, located at 400 N. Water St. Parking is adjacent to the building. Friends members may enter the sale 30 minutes before the general public with current membership card.
Browse the selection of books, check out the offerings of various food vedors offering unique and locally made goods, and perhaps come away with inspiration for that night's dinner!

For more information, call (414)286-3011.

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December 16, 2011

Care Packages for Soldiers


You can spread some holiday cheer by giving to the 5th annual City of Milwaukee Holiday Care Package Drive. The drive benefits the men and women serving in the 157th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade stationed in Kosovo. Checks can be made payable to the Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation. There is also a wish list of items that can be dropped off at the Mayor's office, Room 201, in City Hall. Items will be collected until December 20th.

The Brewers Community Foundation has generously offered to cover the estimated $3,000 cost of shipping these items to Kosovo.

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August 18, 2011

Irish Fest Starts Today!

Irish Fest LogoThe Milwaukee Irish Fest runs from today until Sunday, August 21. This year's festival showcases the counties of Derry and Donegal. Throughout the festival grounds there are highlights of the culture, heritage, and music of these two counties.

Take a look at the Irish Fest website for additional information on everything from ticket discounts to food to schedules and more.

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August 4, 2011

Food on a stick! Deep fried butter! Pig races!

'Baby Pot-bellied Pig race' photo (c) 2006, Brent Moore - license:'s that time of year again! The Wisconsin State Fair starts today and runs through August 14. Take a look at the Wisconsin State Fair website for more information about admission, deals, entertainment, food and more.

And don't miss all of the new events and new food, including bacon sundaes, deep fried butter and deep fried beer with cheddar cheese dipping sauce.

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June 16, 2011

Get Your Pong On!

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Get ready for the 2011 U.S. Table Tennis Open! Table Tennis (also known as ping pong) is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight, hollow ball back and forth using table tennis rackets. (Think of the championship scene in the movie Forrest Gump.)

This event will take place June 30-July 4 at the Frontier Airlines Center. It is expected to draw over 700 athletes from 25 different countries including: Barbados, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, China, China (Hong Kong), Croatia, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine and Venezuela.

Wanna get in on some of the action? Purchase tickets or head to SPiN, Milwaukee's own ping pong club, to brush up on your skills!

Submitted by Maria @ MPL Central

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June 9, 2011

Summer of CHINA

This summer enjoy the Summer of CHINA series at the Milwaukee Art Museum. This series exhibits three thousand years of Chinese art and culture in five exhibitions. It runs from June 11 - September 11, 2011.

Milwaukee Art Museum China Exhibitions

One of the highlights is The Emperor's Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City. According to the Milwaukee Art Museum's website, "This exhibition is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Museum visitors to see over ninety objects of ceremony and leisure from the interiors and cultural artifacts within the Forbidden City's Qianlong Garden. The Museum is one of only three in the world to showcase these exquisite objects, hidden away for centuries, and never before seen by the public."

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June 3, 2011

World Wide Knit in Public Day @ the Library

Come to Central Library on Saturday, June 11 to celebrate World Wide Knit in Public Day! All ages and abilities are welcome. Enjoy the camaraderie of other knitters while sharing and learning helpful hints. Knitting stations will be set up throughout the library and in Meeting Room 1. No reservations are necessary to attend this all day event. Tea and light refreshments will be available in Meeting Room 1 from 9-11 a.m. and 3:30-5 p.m.

For more information, call (414)286-3011.

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April 29, 2011

American Association of Milwaukee Brewers, 1902-1952


Join a meeting of the Ken Keltner Badger State Chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research at the Central Library's Centennial Hall Loos Room on May 7 at 11:00 a.m. The meeting will be about the American Association of Milwaukee Brewers who played in Milwaukee from 1902 until 1952 at Borchert Field. Displays will include vintage uniforms, equipment, pennants and photos. There will be a panel discussion with Bob Buege, Dennis Pajot, Bill Topitzes, Bert Thiel and Johnny Logan.

For more information, call (414) 286-3011.

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March 11, 2011

Teen Volunteer Opportunity @KIDSfest

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Are you a teen looking for a fun volunteer opportunity? Volunteer for the Milwaukee Public Library at KIDSfest! Help the library promote the summer reading and other library programs while making crafts in a fun, energetic environment. Not only will you be volunteering for Milwaukee Public Library, but you will also be particpating in Global Youth Service Day!

KIDSfest is held at the State Fair Park in West Allis on April 16 and 17 from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. If you are interested, contact David Sikora at (414) 286-3076 and ask how you can volunteer at KIDSfest.

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November 9, 2010

Library Night @ Boswell Books!

Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter.jpgBoswell Book Company, located at 2559 N. Downer Ave., will host Library Night on Tuesday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m.!

Come in for holiday shopping (10% of all proceeds benefit the library) and stay for a talk with author Tom Franklin. His new book, Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter, will be available for purchase and signing. Milwaukee Public Library librarians will be on hand to help shoppers get library cards.

In the spirit of gift-giving, this event will also be the kickoff for the annual "Fill the Shelves" sale held in conjunction with Katie Gingrass Gallery (241 N. Broadway). A variety of books will be available for purchase which will go directly on library shelves for all to enjoy.

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October 11, 2010

Come join us for an evening with Nancy Pearl

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Invite your book club to an evening with Nancy Pearl and start a new list of must-reads. Pearl will be discussing her new book Book Lust to Go, highlighting books to read before you reach your travel destination. Free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Library: Centennial Hall of the Milwaukee Public Library
Date: 10/21/2010
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM

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October 4, 2010

Money Smart Week is this week!

Do you need to brush up on your financial literacy? Come participate in the free events available during Money Smart Week from October 2nd through October 9th. You can learn about the ins and outs of maintaining healthy credit, how to best use your checking account, and what to do if you want to buy a home or finance your college education. These events are supported by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago as well as several businesses throughout the region and will provide unbiased information without any sales pitch. For more detailed event information, peruse the website.

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August 30, 2010

Presenting Benjamin Franklin

BenFranklinDuplessis.jpg Join us at the Central Library for the dedication of the Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World Traveling Exhibition. Mordecai Lee, Professor of Governmental Affairs at UWM will make brief opening remarks and invite the audience to view the exhibit.The dedication will begin at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, September 13th in Meeting Room One. This program is presented in connection with Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World on exhibit at the Central Library from September 8th to October 22nd, 2010.

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August 17, 2010

Milwaukee Child Health Week


August 16 - 20, 2010 is Milwaukee Child Health Week!

Several Back-to-School Health Fairs will be held throughout the city and will offer a variety of services including:

  • Immunizations (please bring your child's shot records)
  • Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR) Checks
  • Lead tests
  • BadgerCare Plus and FoodShare enrollment
  • Free and reduced-price school meal applications
  • Other screenings such as vision, dental, blood pressure, hearing, health checks
  • Information about health topics including asthma, diabetes, dental care, and lead poisoning prevention

Mini Health Fairs (only immunizations & dental fluoride varnishes offered)
Tuesday, August 17th: 10 am - 2 pm
Midtown Pick 'n Save Parking Lot
5700 W. Capitol Dr.

Thursday, August 19th: 10 am - 2 pm
Clarke Square Pick 'n Save Parking Lot
1818 W. National Ave.

Back-to-School Health Fair (free backpacks with school supplies!)
Friday, August 20th: 10 am - 3 pm
North Division Campus
1011 W. Center St.

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August 5, 2010

Researching Patent & Trademark Information

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office is offering a free seminar for inventors, entrepreneurs, educators and legal professionals at Centennial Hall, 733 N. Eighth Street, on Wednesday, September 8 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The day's events will include:

*An overview of patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets
*How to make the best use of the USPTO website
*Conducting a patent search, step by step
*Asking the right questions of invention promotion firms
*Conducting a trademark search, step by step

A prepaid box lunch will be available for $7.50 with your choice of turkey or hummus wrap, chips and a beverage, or you may opt to go out to eat.

To register, contact Judy Pinger, the MPL Business & Technology Coordinator, by phone at 414 - 286 - 3247 or by email at The deadline for registration is Tuesday, August 31.

This program is presented in connection with Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World on exhibit at the Central Library from September 8 to October 22, 2010.

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May 19, 2010

The Civility Solution: What to Do When People Are Rude

The civility solution.jpgRudeness can put a real damper on your day. Nobody likes being ignored by a sales clerk, honked at by an impatient driver, or being disrespected by someone talking loudly on a cell phone. In The Civility Solution, author P.M. Forni writes about the importance of civility in today's busy world and suggests ways to deal with rudeness in more than one hundred different situations.

Join your friends and neighbors to discuss this book at the Bay View Library, 2566 S. Kinnickinnic Avenue on Wednesday, May 19 from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

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November 23, 2009

Original Raskin Drawings on Display

Ellen Ermingard Raskin was born in Milwaukee and received the Newbery Medal for her 1978 book, The Westing Game.

Eleven original Ellen Raskin drawings from her book Nothing Ever Happens On My Block were recently loaned from Central Library to the James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters. The James Watrous Gallery is located in the Overture Center for the Arts in downtown Madison. The gallery is highlighting the work of some of Wisconsin's most accomplished children's book illustrators.

Raskin's original drawings are normally housed in the Richard E. and Lucile Krug Rare Books Room at the Central Library and will be on display in Madison until December 9, 2009.

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September 1, 2009

StartUpAccelerator - Economic Crisis Help

September 26th 2009; 10am to 7pm
Milwaukee County Research Park

Crisis, or Opportunity?
An economic crisis can bring out the best in us, but why go it alone? Instead, come to the Startup Accelerator, September 26th, 10am to 7pm at the Milwaukee County Research Park, 10437 West Innovation Drive, Wauwatosa. More details on the website

• Connect with others, make new friends
• Brainstorm ideas, learn and develop
• Use your expertise to help others
• Find a fresh exciting direction for yourself, your business or project
• Work past obstacles and achieve, achieve, achieve

Register online at:

Additional Sponsors welcome!
Sign up by September 10th to get a free T-shirt
Admission is free with a donation to the Hunger Task Force

For more information, on registration or sponsors click HERE. Or visit their webpage!!

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August 26, 2009

5th Annual Bug Day

Bring the whole family to this unique to Milwaukee event.

Creepy Crawler Cuisine
Grasshopper Jumping Contest
(Bring your own critters or catch some at Wehr)
Insect Displays, Crafts, Walks, and Stories!
Cost: $1 per person (2 and under-free) $3 Parking
When: Sunday , September 20th 1 - 4 pm
Where: Wehr Nature Center (in Whitnall Park)
Contact: 414-425-8550

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June 24, 2009

Summer Festivals in Milwaukee

Once again us Summer is upon us and for Milwaukeeans that mean Summer Festivals. True, we need to hibernate for the brutal winters, but Milwaukee knows how to tear it up once the sun is comes out! With loads of diverse food, music, arts, beer, and activities, Milwaukee is a unique beacon in the summer! Check out these websites for more information and details on these festivals.


When: June 25-July 5
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

Bastille Days
When: July 9-11
Where: Cathedral Square Park, 520 E. Wells St.

Festa Italiana
When: July 16-19
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

German Fest
When: July 23-26
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

Arab World Fest
When: August 7-9
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

Irish Fest
When: August 13-16
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

Mexican Fiesta
When: August 21-23
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

Labor Fest
When: September 3
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

Indian Summer Festival

When: September 11-13
Where: Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

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June 15, 2009

Can You Smell The Barbeque?

Juneteenth Day is one of our oldest (1865) national celebrations, commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. It was on June 19th that the Union soldiers landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free.

Milwaukee Juneteenth Day history is steeped in tradition as one of the nation's largest celebrations--- begun after an employee of the Northcott Neighborhood House returned from a trip to Georgia in 1971 with news about the celebrations there.


King Library will be at the epicenter of Milwaukee's 38th annual Juneteenth Day . On Friday, June 19th, check out the delicious soul food, music, live African dance, and other festival favorites available all day long. (And don't miss the parade that kicks off the event.) The celebration is on King Drive, between Burleigh and Center Streets. It starts at 9:00am and shuts down at 6:00pm. Last year's attendance was estimated at 40,000.

King Library will be open, but the library parking lot and surrounding streets will not be available for parking. Stop in and say hello!

For information on other community events, check out the Milwaukee Area Sites links on the MPL Homepage.

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March 18, 2009

College Trade Fair

College Trade Fair
Saturday April 4th, 2009
11am - 2pm

Northside YMCA
1350 W. North Ave


!! Raffling off 2 Computers !!

* School Information
* Scholarship Information Availible
* Job/Career Information
* Learn about $5 YMCA Youth Membership
* Scholarship Packets Availible

David Crowley - YMCA-CDC Northside


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December 17, 2008

City Hall Restoration Re-Dedication Ceremony


As the City Hall restoration project comes to a close, Mayor Barrett invites Milwaukeeans to participate in events surrounding the occasion, including an exhibit of the historic building's artifacts and the official re-opening on Thursday, December 18.

The completion of work will be celebrated with a free, public event at City Hall on
Thursday, December 18 from 5 to 7 p.m. Mayor Barrett will be joined by members of
the Common Council in a re-dedication ceremony at 6:15 p.m. The rest of the evening
will feature live music, refreshments and guided tours.

When: December 18 from 5 to 7 p.m
Where: City Hall
Cost: Free

Click to View Offical Announcement

November 19, 2008

Display at East

Courtesy of Milwaukee East Side Local, Mark Gilligan, A Beautiful Tasha Tudor and Paddington Bear Display is currently at East Library. These collectibles depict different seasons and time periods of both of these lovely characters.
Stop on by East Library and check it out!!!

East Library
1910 E. North Ave

October 29, 2008

Lead Facts for Families

The City of Milwaukee Health Department invites you to attend a lead poisoning information program at your local neighborhood library.

Get Important Information on about:

* Who gets lead poisioned
* The effects of lead poisoning
* The importance of lead testing
* Common sources of lead in the home
* Ways to reduce lead hazards in the home
* How to make lead-safe home improvements
* FREE funding for window lead hazard abatement

Call 414.286.0387 for times, dates and locations.


Pick up a schedule at your local library.

June 3, 2008

2008 Summer Soulstice @ East Library

East Library Participating in Summer Soulstice 2008

East Library
Saturday June 21st
12:00 Noon -- 3:00PM
Displays will include:
Bubble-ology, Crafts for Kids, Wi-Fi (Check-Your Email), and Ask-a-Reference Librarian

Please come and be a part of the Celebration!!!

May 20, 2008

Milwaukee Farmers Markets

It's almost that time again in Milwaukee, when Farmers Market season hits us. There are many markets to shop at, all through Milwaukee. Here are several links to Farmers Market Guides in Milwaukee.

Wisconsin Online
Milwaukee Green Food

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