Neighbors, The local, community-based, non-profit organization Urban Anthropology has achieved a milestone in their project to document all 191 Milwaukee neighborhoods — all of the neighborhoods are now up on the internet and they are welcoming old photos you may have of Murray Hill and other neighborhoods as they continue to build up their website. More information is below. All 191 Milwaukee neighborhoods are now up
Neighbors, This information is provided to neighbors by Kate Nelson with UWM, as a follow-up to a Path to Platinum presentation at the March Murray Hill Meeting. From Kate Nelson: I wanted to share with you the details and information behind the Jane’s Walk that I mentioned at your last meeting. Attached is the communication from DPW on the redesign and construction slotted for
Neighbors, Captain Diana Rowe and other representatives from Milwaukee Police District One will be hosting quarterly crime analysis meetings in 2018. The spring meeting will be held on Thursday, May 3 at Milwaukee Public Library, Central, 814 W Wisconsin Avenue, in Centennial Hall beginning at 6:00 PM. Please download this flyer for details and information on future meetings.
The City of Milwaukee Forestry Department is sponsoring an Arbor Day event on Friday morning, April 27th, at Kilbourn-Kadish Park. Click here for details and a map.
For the first time, bagged compost will be available for sale. Blue Ribbon Organics OMRI Certified 1 cubic foot bags of compost (25 lbs.) will be available for $10 each ($6 each for current organics pilot participants). Place your online order for compost to be picked up May 19th at Estabrook Park from 9 AM – 12 PM. Pay with cash or check when you pick
Hello Neighbors, Please join us at our April Murray Hill Meeting on Tuesday, April 24 at 7 PM at the Urban Ecology Center, Riverside Park Branch. Our guest speakers will be from the City’s Department of Neighborhood Services to talk about things from a big picture standpoint as well as day to day code enforcement issues. We’ll be hearing from: Archie Blunt – Special Enforcement
Neighbors, If you ended up with a few too many plastic eggs after Saturday’s Egg-stravaganza, please drop off your extras to the Urban Ecology Center for us to reuse for next year! There is a blue bin next to the front desk, and while you’re there be sure to thank them for their willingness to host us as a last-minute rainout location!
Hello neighbors! The UWM Neighborhood Housing Office is organizing a neighborhood cleanup for their students and neighbors are invited to participate! We’ve heard from several neighbors interested in doing a cleanup and this is a great opportunity to piggyback off of UWM’s program. The cleanup will be on Friday, 4/6 from 1-4 PM. The volunteers will meet near the Neighborhood Housing Office to get their
All are welcome to join the fun at the 14th Annual Spring Eggstravaganza scheduled for the Saturday, March 31st at 9 a.m. in the children’s play area of Riverside Park. Bring your containers, cameras, smiles, kids and grandkids to our annual egg hunt. Several thousand eggs are “hidden” for the hunt, including traditional colored eggs, plastic eggs filled with candy, and special ceramic and paper mache eggs produced
This offer comes from Cara McMullin at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater. Download the flier here. Dear Milwaukee-area Neighborhood Assn, This Spring Milwaukee Repertory Theater presents the great American classic “Our Town.” We are thrilled to bring Wisconsin native Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama to the stage April 10 – May 13. “Our Town” illuminates the powerful bonds that hold communities together through everyday life and moments of crisis. This