Our City always has fun things happening! Take part in all the spooktacular events, to see a full list of events visit our Community Events Calendar.
Monday, September 17th - 22nd. The Riverworks Business Improvement District invites everyone to the 5th Annual Riverworks Week where they are currently accepting applications for contestants to compete in the 4th Annual Dolphin Pool, which invites entrepreneurs to pitch their business concept in front of a live crowd and panel of expert judges.
Saturday, Sep 22nd – 29th. Menomonee Valley Partners and Potawatomi Hotel & Casino present Valley Week running from September 22 – 29. Explore and experience Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley by participating in the week’s events, from a beer run, tours on land or in water, to dining al fresco at the Food Truck Festival, the week offers something to nature lovers, history enthusiasts, job seekers, and those looking for something unique to do.
Sunday, September 23rd. Join Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers for a home tour within the Kinnickinnic River Neighborhood from 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. starting at 2677 S. 16th St. Tour 3 homes located in this neighborhood and learn about financing, schools in the area, amenities, and more! Reserve your spot by calling 414-897-5596 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturyday, October 6th @ Green Tech Station 4101 N. 31st Street 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Volunteer with NWSCDC and Reflo to help build a 20,000-gallon underground cistern! Thr project will demonstrate more sustainable stormwater management and help reduce flooding in the 30th Street Corridor. Visit nwscdc.org for more info about this project.
Richard Rothstein, author of Color of law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America will speak to book clubs and community members about his groundbreaking book. He's coming to Milwaukee on Tuesday, October 16 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the MATC Cooley Auditorium (1015 N 6th St.). Register today for FREE using the link above!