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Keynote Presentation - Gather by the Waters

Gather by the Waters By David HB Drake Thursday, February 18 1:30 - 3:00 PM Cost $3 Members $5 Guests The history of Lake Michigan, where the inland sea has attracted people of many different...

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Sisters Welcome MSO's Frank Almond March 13

On Sunday, March 13, two internationally renowned classical musicians will come together for an afternoon concert at St. Joseph Center, on the campus of the School Sisters of St. Francis....

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Engineering Physical “Normality” in Children

Alverno College is hosting a lecture by Alice Dreger, PhD, on March 2 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. The topic, “Should we try to engineer physical ‘normality’ in children?” looks...

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Big Comedy Event to benefit USO & Camp Hometown Heroes

WEST ALLIS, WI – Comedy With Impact is an all-age appropriate comedy show where professional comedy is used to connect businesses and communities to charitable organizations while raising awareness, volunteers...

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Milwaukee Festival Brass performs "Virtuoso Brass"

On Saturday, February 27, Milwaukee Festival Brass will play the third concert of its 31st Season, “Virtuoso Brass”, a program examining the extraordinary musical and technical demands of the brass...

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Great Decisions Series Week Two at Franklin Public Library

Great Decisions Series continues with a DVD and Roundtable Discussion on the topic Middle East Alliances Wednesday, February 24 at 6:30pm in the Fadrow Room. From a proxy war in Yemen...

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Great Decisions Series Begins at Franklin Public Library

Dr. Martin Farrell will kick off the second annual Great Decisions Series at Franklin Public Library with a lecture on Cuba and the US Wednesday, February 17 at 6:30pm in...

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Blarney Bash for Multiple Sclerosis is March 5

The Blarney Bash for Multiple Sclerosis will be held on Saturday, March 5 from 6:30 p.m.-11 p.m. at American Serb Hall on 51st and Oklahoma. The evening will help kick...

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All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner - February 20th!

St. Martin of Tours Parish and School will be hosting an All You Can Eat spaghetti dinner on Saturday, February 20th from 5:00 – 7:00pm. This wonderful dinner will...

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6 Tool u13 Baseball Looking for 1 more Player

The 6-Tool Baseball School u13 Baseball Team is looking to add 1 player to it's roster for the 2016 season. We have 2 u13 squads that play in the...

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Alverno Presents Okwui Okpokwasili: Bronx Gothic

Alverno Presents brings Okwui Okpokwasili’s Bronx Gothic to the Pitman Theatre on Friday, February 12 and Saturday, February 13 at 8:00 p.m. Bronx Gothic tells the story of two girls...

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You're Invited to a Lenten Concert & Fish Fry

The Priests of the Sacred Heart will be having a Lenten Concert and Fish Fry on Friday, March 18, 2016 at Sacred Heart Monastery. The Concert will be performed...

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Franklin Public Library Acquires Gale Courses for Community Education

Franklin Public Library has acquired Gale Courses from Gale, part of Cengage Learning. Through this unique program, Franklin Public Library residents can access instructor-led, online courses through the Franklin Public...

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Whitnall High School to Host National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament Feb. 5-7

GREENFIELD - An eight-team wheelchair basketball tournament wil be held at Whitnall High School, 5000 S. 116th St., Greenfield, Friday-Sunday, Feb. 5-7. Teams will include the Milwaukee Wheelchair Bucks, the New...

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Local Pastor Speaks on Church Persecution

Area resident and pastor Rev. Dr. Karl F. Fabrizius presents “The Mark of the Holy Cross: The Church Bears Witness to the World through Persecution” on Sunday, March 6, 5:30...

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Black Lives Matter: Racial Disparity and the Criminal Justice System

Alverno College is hosting a forum on racial disparity and the criminal justice system. Milwaukee has a long history of residential segregation, educational inequalities and employment gaps. This discussion will...

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Men's Grief Support Gathering

On Tuesday, February 16th, men who have experienced the death of someone in their lives are invited to attend a gathering for men only at Harwood Place, 8220 Harwood Ave.,...

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UWP March Science Night - Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease

Wednesday, March 16, 7-8 p.m. Student Center Cinema The University of Wisconsin-Parkside College of Natural Health and Sciences presents March Science Night: “Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease.” Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, author of “Prevent...

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The President Comes to Park's Edge Preschool

Kicking off the New Year at Park’s Edge Preschool has been exciting! The NAC Accredited child care center had a visit from Mary Hornbeck the President of the National...

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Help Those in Need: Stan’s “Share-A-Pair” Shoe Drive Runs February 1 – 29

BROOKFIELD, Wis. --Now is the time to make good on your New Year’s resolution to clear the unwanted clutter out of your closet and help others. Stan’s Fit For...

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Community Watch

» Steering committee recommends West Allis high school boundary plan 11/16

» 169 smoke alarms installed in high-risk West Allis neighborhood 11/16

» Hay wagon collects ton of love for needy West Allis families Saturday 11/16

» Rock band's message to students aimed at kicking pain out of bullying 11/16

» Man cleared in earlier shooting accused of being high before fatal crash 11/12

» After incidents, Greenfield to hold info. meeting on coyote problem 11/10

» No-tax-increase proposed West Allis budget for 2016 going to a vote 11/10

» West Allis neighbors would pay for some traffic slowing measures 11/10

» Greenfield Highlands meets pond-lining deadline, rain needed for test 11/10

» Greenfield photographer's photo winner in bank's 2016 calendar contest 11/9

» Whitnall School District recognized for its efforts to communicate with residents 11/9

» After 2 coyote incidents, Greenfield alderman warns residents to keep pets safe 11/9

» Wisconsin State Fair neighbors see threat to income from fair parking 11/4

» West Allis Common Council holds Roosevelt School rezoning for two weeks 11/4

» West Allis Mayor Dan Devine elected league of municipalities president Updated:  11/3

» West Allis schools agree to keep park at Roosevelt School for a year 11/2

» Greenfield's Elm Dale Elementary School getting new playground Tuesday 11/2

» Positive and uplifting stories in suburban Milwaukee and Lake Country in October 11/2

» Advisory panel reviews West Allis Hale, Central boundary options 10/29

» $2.45 million sale of Chapman School, Greenfield, months away 10/28

» West Allis firefighters install 300 smoke detectors in high-risk area 10/27

» Alderwoman protests Greenfield guaranteeing loan for developer 10/27

» West Allis Hampton Inn & Suites to hold grand opening Thursday 10/26

» West Milwaukee Intermediate seventh graders make a difference 10/26

» 8 years later, driver who fled to Mexico is sentenced in fatal crash 10/23

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