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15 07, 2024

St. Charles is Recruiting Foster Parents

2024-07-15T10:16:22-05:00July 15th, 2024|Uncategorized|

Do you have room in your heart and home for a child with special needs? St. Charles Youth & Family Services is actively seeking community members to become foster parents. Working in partnership with state government officials, St. Charles provides a comprehensive package of training and support for parents who foster children under their Treatment

11 07, 2024

Ways to Vote in the August 2024 Partisan Primary

2024-07-11T10:06:56-05:00July 11th, 2024|Local Elections, Uncategorized|

Click here to find out how to register to vote, check your registration, or update your name or address. (Early voter registration, including address changes, ends on Friday, August 9 at all locations. Same-day voter registration, including address changes, is available at your polling place on Election Day, August 13. Click here for details.) Election Day is

14 06, 2024

Take a Violence Prevention and Intervention Survey

2024-06-14T09:22:03-05:00June 14th, 2024|Uncategorized|

As you may already know, your Sherman Park neighbors have been meeting monthly over the past year and a half to review assaultive violence data in our community. They have been using the CARDIFF violence prevention model to identify community based strategies that will improve our public safety. During that time, the group has identified

13 06, 2024

The Sherman Park Summer Music Series is Here!

2024-06-13T10:18:33-05:00June 13th, 2024|Uncategorized|

Enjoy music, food trucks and family-friendly fun in Sherman Park every Thursday evening from June 6 through September 26! A detailed schedule is on its way. Plan to attend and bring the whole family. Also, reach out to the Friends of Sherman Park if you want to donate or sponsor or table at this exciting

29 05, 2024

Sherman Park Trees are in the News

2024-05-29T15:44:54-05:00May 29th, 2024|ECO-Neighborhood|

Our recent Arbor Day tree planting celebration, sponsored by Branch Out Milwaukee and SPCA, was highlighted in an article from the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. According to the article, "Workers, community members and students planted 45 trees from the Branch Out project in the Home GR/OWN Unity Orchard, at 2518 N. 38th St., on April

29 05, 2024

Your Last Chance to Reimagine WIS 175!

2024-05-29T10:26:49-05:00May 29th, 2024|Uncategorized|

Provide your feedback this week on the Reimagining WIS 175 alternatives. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), in partnership with Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee, wants to know what you think we should do with the WIS 175 highway between the Stadium Interchange and Lisbon Avenue. So, they're conducting a survey to gather

23 05, 2024

Free Tree Inventory for Sherman Park Homes

2024-05-23T16:11:14-05:00May 23rd, 2024|ECO-Neighborhood, Uncategorized|

Do you have trees on your property that need maintenance? Are you interested in planting trees? Or are you looking to just learn more about your landscape? Sign up for a tree inventory with Branch Out Milwaukee, a project of Milwaukee Water Commons. Appointments typically last 30 to 60 minutes and involve a walk around

23 05, 2024

A Conversation with Young Men of Color

2024-05-23T10:55:14-05:00May 23rd, 2024|Uncategorized|

A Marquette researcher invites young men of color in Milwaukee County to participate in a research study to understand how young people think about current conditions in education, employment and safety for young men of color. As a participant in the study, you will contribute to research that will help better understand the experiences of

16 05, 2024

Calling All Sherman Park Scientists and Artists!

2024-05-16T21:43:26-05:00May 16th, 2024|Uncategorized|

Call for artists and scientists: The Sherman Park WaterMarks Project Team, which is led by Sherman Park residents, is seeking artists and scientists to lead community walks. WaterMarks Walks pair local artists with scientists and science perspectives to coordinate neighborhood community walks. Each walk will encourage residents and stakeholders to think about the unique environmental

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