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October 2005

1 SATURDAY ART BAR: Artist Party! One Drum 5:30pm ARTWALK: See page 3 for details. BREMEN CAFE: Edie Carey w/ Brice Woodall $10 CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Bean Hoy 8pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Drum Making Workshop w/ Jahmes Finlayson2-4pm. King Solomon 9pm CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Volunteer Garden Work Day. Open to all gardeners. Bring your own tools if you wish, rain or shine. 8:30am-12noon. LINNEMANS: Brian Burghardt Band MAD PLANET: Somerset, Rory, Northsoutheastwest, Straight to Your Brain. All ages 5pm ONOPA: Andre Williams, Bleed, Catholic Boys, The Get Drunk DJ’s. THE COFFEE HOUSE: Cd release David HB Drake guest Don Pardee 8pm $4. UWM UNION THEATRE: Documentary film “Based On A True Story” 5pm $5 donation 2 SUNDAY ART BAR: Open canvass Artist Frank Korb 4pm ARTWALK: See page 3 for details. BREMEN CAFE: Experimental Music . 8pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ True Stories by Desmond Bone 8pm. Kiki’s Modern Jazz 10pm CHARLES ALLIS/VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUM: Cafe Sopra Mare:Tre Stagiono –Italian Cafe. First Sundays in Oct. Live music 10:30am-12:30pm by Geraldine Thien Stone. $5 Adults, $3 ONOPA: Willowz, Wolfbite, Juiceboxxx. UWM PECK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS: Fine Arts Quartet, Helene Zelazo Center, Helen Bader Concert Hall 3pm $19/$10 UWM UNION THEATRE: LGBT Film Festival. “Unveiled” by Angelina Macccarone. 7pm. $7 /$5 3 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm. CLUB TIMBUKTU: Ian Duerr Trio, Open Jazz Jam 7-10pm LINNEMANS: Poets Monday 7:30pm. Sigmund Snopek 10pm SCHWARTZ BOOKS SHOREWOOD: Nuala O’Faolain The Story of Chicago May 7 pm 4 TUESDAY BREMEN CAFE: Matt Hendricks 9:30 pm CIRCLE A: Savage JookBox Challenge CLUB TIMBUKTU: Neo Soul Jazz w/DJ Hannibul & Music for the Soul 7pm $3-5 SCHWARTZ BOOKS DOWNER: Bill Lofy author of Paul Wellstone: The Life of a Passionate Progressive presentation 7 pm UWM UNION GALLERY: Belly Dance Workshop 2pm. Free UWM UNION THEATRE: LGBT Film Festival. “The Journey” by Lily Pullappally. Meet the filmmaker. 7pm. $7 /$5 5 WEDNESDAY ART BAR: Live music; Living Room 8:30pm CIRCLE A: Beats Drifting CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Forward: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now Oct. 5-Nov. 27. $5 /$3 CLUB TIMBUKTU: Optimist & MIlkman 9pmLINNEMANS: Andrew Dewolf 9:30pm SCHWARTZ BOOKS DOWNER: Wayne Mutza author; Milwaukee Fire Department presentation 7 pm 6 THURSDAY ALICE BERTSCHY KADISH PARK: Park Grand Opening! Come celebrate the opening of the park on the slope leading down from Kilbourn Park to Commerce St. 4-6pm. BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm. CIRCLE A: Warlock the Jookbot CLUB TIMBUKTU: Afro Beat w/DJ Komoro & Daudi 9pm LINNEMANS: Hayward Williams, Kelly Brightwell, The Buffali.ONOPA: Illogic., Psalm One, The Crest, The Rusty P’s, Modill. UWM UNION ART GALLERY: Lecture “From Roots to Rhythm” by Julio Pabon. Latino Music Series and Salsa Dancing Lessons 7-9pm.UWM UNION GASTHAUS: Latin Dance Celebration Performance by 4K-Torce 9-11pm. 7 FRIDAY BREMEN CAFE: Patracovich w/ Shemilaya 6pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ the Cut Outs 8pm $4. Lemonie Fresh Au go-go 10pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Lucky Diop, master drummer from Senegal, & guests LINNEMANS: Cornmeal MILWAUKEE URBAN GARDENS: 2005 Fall Mixer,Cocktail party fundraiser. Help MUG further its mission to protect, create, and develop community gardens and urban green space. The Garden Room 2107 E. Capitol Drive Shorewood. $20 advance, $25 day of event. 5-8pm. ONOPA: Miroc Star, Cracked Badger, Koala, Cracker Box.$8 THE COFFEE HOUSE: Hay Bullock, Fred & Ethel, Gary Kitchin, and Don Schiewei performing acoustic the music of Pink Floyd. Food Pantry Benefit. Donation of $3 and two cans of food. 8pm. 8 SATURDAY ART BAR: Mardi Gra! Katrina Fund Raiser for Habitat for Humanity. Live Music Fat Pig BREMEN CAFE: Stephanie Dosen w/ Branna Lane CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY: Wild Ones present Professional designers and landscape architects sharing different ways to transform your lawn into a vibrant WI native planting. Attract butterflies and birds, while conserving precious fuel and water resources. 8:30am-4pm. $25 in advance, $15 students, $30 at the door. Register online at: www.for-wild.org/designer day. info:414-299-9888 ext 2 or www.for-wild.org/conf CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Prime Meridian 8pm $4 Mildew 10pm KEEP GREATER MILWAUKEE BEAUTIFUL: Fall Environmental Workshop Series: Water Conservation, Renewable Energy Technology, Energy Efficiency Techniques, Composting, Eco-friendly home repair & more. Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful is located at: 1313 W. Mount Vernon Ave. info 414-272-5462 ext104. LINNEMANS: Nick Pipitone and the four horses of Evil, Carolina’s MAD PLANET: Emery, Gatsby’s American Dream, Gym Class Heroes, As Cities Burn. All ages 5pm. $10 $12 Decibully, Big Hit Unit, ages 21 and over show 10pm $8 , $10 Advance tickets at Atomic Records1-800-594-tixx or at www.musictoday.com. ONOPA: Spud Monkey, The Sugar Skulls, A Transit Diary. SCHWARTZ BOOKS SHOREWOOD: Lois Ehlert Leaf Man presentation 1pm THE COFFEE HOUSE: Bands to perform: Fox & Branch play banjo-pickin’ blues and virtuoso washboard performances. $4 8pm.For info call: 414-299-9598. UWM UNION THEATRE: “100% Woman” 3pm. $5 9 SUNDAY ART BAR: Open Canvas Artist Marybeth Freckmann 6pm BREMEN CAFE: Experimental Music Concert 8pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Rachelravenlilysophia 8pm $3. Sextor’s cavalcade of Hits 10pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Drum Jam, bring a drum or use one that is provided 3-6pm SCHWARTZ BOOKS SHOREWOOD: Deborah Noyes The Angel and Apostle. 2 pm THE COFFEE HOUSE: Living Activism Night. Benefit for The Healing Center. Sweet Diversity. Free will donation. 7pm. WOODLAND PATTERN: Workshop with Jacqueline Lalley, “De-Compositions: Bringing Your Poems Back From the Dead”1-4pm. $60/$55 members. 10 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm. CLUB TIMBUKTU: Ian Duerr Trio, Open Jazz Jam 7-10pm LINNEMANS: Poets Monday 7:30pm 11 TUESDAY BREMEN CAFE: Acoustic Blues Jam 9pm CIRCLE A: Jook Savery Jikebox Challenge CLUB TIMBUKTU: Neo Soul Jazz w/DJ Hannibul & Music for the Soul 7pm SCHWARTZ BOOKS DOWNER: Jennifer Leo editor of The Thong Also Rises. 7 pm UWM UNION THEATRE: 43rd Ann Arbor Experimenal Film Tour Program. 7pm. 12 WEDNESDAY ART BAR: Live music; Justin Rolbiecki of Vega Star 9pm BREMEN CAFE: Bluegrass Jam W/ Colin And Mike 8pm . CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Classic Movies in a Classic Mansion 6:30-10pm Movie: A Yank in the RAF. General admission $5 Adults, $3 seniors ,military, students. Free members free. CIRCLE A: Barrickman CLUB TIMBUKTU: Optimist & MIlkman 9pm LINNEMANS:Acoustic Open Stage 9:30pm Mike Woods.schwartz books downer: John Roach Blackdeer and author of Way Out Here in the Middle. 7 pm UWM UNION THEATRE: 43rd Ann Arbor Experimenal Film Tour Digital Program. 7pm. 13 THURSDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm. CIRCLE A: “Roll-Yer-Own” Classic LP sides CLUB TIMBUKTU: Afro Beat w/DJ Komoro 7 Daudi 9pmFYI: Free screening of Aging Out documentary on the foster care system. Refreshments. Donations appreciated. Gordon Park Pavilion. 7PM LINNEMANS: FSFI , Mr. Wrong. UWM UNION GALLERY: “Metamorphosis” photographs by Lindsay Lochman Barbara Ciurej. Contemporary Dance by Les Trois dancers, Michaele Norton and Brandon Buymun 6pm. Gallery Talk 7pm. Free. Exhibit runs Sept.23-Oct.19. UWM UNION THEATRE: American Splendor. 7pm. 14 FRIDAY BREMEN CAFE : Milwaudkee/Madison Singer Songwriter show CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ The Black Hats 8pm $4. Mr. Action10pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Samba Dance Party w/ DJ Marcus Garvey 9pm THE COFFEE HOUSE: Acoustic /spoken word open stage. $2.50 8pm. 299-9598. ONOPA: The Sleepers, .357 String Band, Dead by Monday. ORCHARD INN: Milwaukee Fest, Day 1. Bands: Asschapel, The Bayonettes, Harry Balzagna & The Teenie Weenies, Iron Lung, Milemarker, Minsk, The Modern Machines, People Again, Regulations &Sweet Cobra. $15 ($30 for two days). 6pm. N83 W12608 Old Orchard Rd Menomonee Falls. www.MilwaukeeFest.com SCHWARTZ BOOKS DOWNER: Rick Moody The Diviners. 7 pm UWM UNION THEATRE: Wild Side. 7pm. 15 SATURDAY BREMEN CAFE: Angie Said Red w/ Paul Curreri CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Volunteer Garden Work Day. Open to all gardeners. Bring your own tools, rain or shine, final fall clean up. 8:30am-Noon. Volunteer lunch! CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Alchemy 8pm $4. Honky Style10pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Kojo, live reggae. 9pm LINNEMANS:The Tropics ONOPA: Dallas Orbiter, The Willis, Soul Amp. ORCHARD INN: Milwaukee Fest, Day 2 Bands: 1905, Amateur Party, Artimus Pyle, Career Suicide, Harem, Hewhocorrupts, Jai-Alai Savant, Modern Life is War, Pink Razors, Pygmy Lush, Racebannon, The Repos, Seven Days of Samsara, Textbook Traitors, Tornavalanche & Quest for Fire. $20 or $30 for two days. 4pm. THE COFFEE HOUSE: Brett Kemnitz. Ken Haferman on banjo.$4. 8pm. 299-9598. UWM PECK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS:Finger-style guitarist Benjamin Woolman. 7:30pm.$10 /$7 students, seniors. UWM UNION THEATRE: Wild Side. 5pm & 9pm. Come Undone 7pm. 16 SUNDAY ART BAR: Open Canvas Artist Brian Bill 6pm BREMEN CAFE: Experimental Music 8pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Double Spencer Adventure w/ Lisa & Heidi Spencer 8pm $3. Cousin Carl10pm UPTOWNER:Jack Grassel and his band from “Live At the Uptowner” Kirk Tatnall on Superaxes, Ernie Adams on drums. WOODLAND PATTERN: Jacqueline Lalley workshop, “De-Compositions: Bringing Your Poems Back From the Dead”1-4pm. $60/$55 members. UWM UNION THEATRE: Come Undone 5pm. Wild Side 7pm. 17 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Ian Duerr Trio, Open Jazz Jam 7-10pm LINNEMANS: Poets Monday 7:30pm. Sigmund Snopek 10pmschwartz books downer: Mack Friedman Setting the Lawn on Fire 7 pm. UWM UNION THEATRE: Films Situationist International. 7pm. Oct. 17 – 24th. 18 TUESDAY BREMEN CAFE: Matt Hendricks 9:30 pm CIRCLE A: Savage Jookery JukeBox Challenge CLUB TIMBUKTU: Neo Soul Jazz w/DJ Hannibul & Music for the Soul 7pm 19 WEDNESDAY ART BAR: Tom Schwarck 9pm BREMEN CAFE: Women take Back the Mic. 10 pm CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Bela Lugosi’s Dracula 7:30pm. $5 Adults/$3 Seniors, military, Students. Free for Members and Children ages 12 and under. CIRCLE A: Rock-n-Roll EvanCLUB TIMBUKTU: Optimist & MIlkman 9pm FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE: George Caitlin author of “The Way to Happiness”, will speak 3324 N. Gordon Place. 562-2599 LINNEMANS: Acooustic Open Stage 9:30pm SCHWARTZ BOOKS DOWNER: Dan Savage The Commitment: Love, Sex, Marriage, and my Family 7pm 20 THURSDAY ART BAR: Full Moon , DJ John Murges 9pm BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm CHARLES ALLIS/VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUM: Garden Club Lecture Susan Falkman: “Sculpture in the Garden and Beyond.” 7pm. CIRCLE A: JookBot Warlock CLUB TIMBUKTU:Afro Beat w/DJ Komoro & Daudi 9pm FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE: George Caitlin, Transmission Meditation. 3324 N. Gordon Place. LINNEMANS: Stonefloat SCHWARTZ BOOKS SHOREWOOD: Greg Critser Generation Rx 7 pm UWM PECK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS:UWM Guitar Program Student Recital. Anaba Tea Room 2107 East Capitol Drive Shorewood. 6:30pm.Free and open to the public. 21 FRIDAY ART BAR: Live music Shattercell 9pm BREMEN CAFE: Waxing Gibbous w/ Jon Brodeau CHARLES ALLIS/VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUMs:Gallery Night Reception 5:30pm. Gallery Talk 7pm. Steve Slaske. CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ The Black Hats 8pm $4. Schlmeil & Schmonitor 10pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Capoeira Fundraiser HOTCAKES GALLERY: Gallery Night w/Ladylike Wonderwear 6-10pm LINNEMANS: Saltcreek MILWAUKEE GAY ARTS CENTER:Gallery Night and Day “Iconography of Identity.” Show through Dec. 10. ONOPA: The Gore Girls, The Danger, The Riveters. THE COFFEE HOUSE: Blessed Sacrament Blues Boys, Remedies. $4. 8pm 22 SATURDAY BREMEN CAFE: Five Mod Four & The Scarring Party w/ Miccah Walk CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ tba 8pm . Chuk lefuk10pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Tani Diakite w/ KT Rusch & the Malian Blues Band 9pm HOTCAKES GALLERY: Gallery Day w/Ladylike Wonderwear 11am-4pm KEEP GREATER MILWAUKEE BEAUTIFUL:Fall Environmental Workshop Series: Water Conservation, Renewable Energy Technology, Energy Efficiency Techniques, Composting, Eco-friendly home repair & more. 1313 W Mount Vernon Ave. 272-5462 ext104. LINNEMANS: Substitute, Shattered ONOPA: The Comedian Doug Stanhope. SCHWARTZ BOOKS SHOREWOOD: Haynes Johnson The Age of Anxiety: McCarthyism to Terrorism 2 pm. Jennifer Weiner Goodnight Nobody 7 pm. THE COFFEE HOUSE: Holly Haebig of One Drum, DevaNation & the Kirtan band. Harvey Taylor. $4. 8pm9598. Y WARMER WINTER: Volunteer to help neighbors get ready for winter. Details p. 8. 23 SUNDAY ART BAR: Open canvas Andy Schuld 6pm BREMEN CAFE: Experimental Music 8pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ The Riverwest Aces 8pm $2. Spick’s DooWoop Shop 10pm 24 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Ian Duerr Trio, Open Jazz Jam 7-10pm LINNEMANS: Poets Monday7:30pm, Amy Rohan 10pm SCHWARTZ BOOKS DOWNER: Adam Najberg co-author of Stooples 7 pm. 25 TUESDAY BREMEN CAFE: Acoustic Blues Jam 9pm CIRCLE A: Jook Savages JukeBox Challenge CLUB TIMBUKTU: Neo Soul Jazz w/DJ Hannibul & Music for the Soul 7pm SCHWARTZ BOOKS DOWNER: Mary Roach author of Spook presentation 7 pm. UWM UNION THEATRE: Returns from Poland with Marian Marzynski in person.7pm. 26 WEDNESDAY ART BAR: Songwiters of Milwaukee 8pm BREMEN CAFE: Bluegrass Jam W/ Colin And Mike 8pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ The Get Drunk Orchestre 8pm $4. The Get Drunk 10pm CHARLES ALLIS/VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUMs: Classic Movie: Sentimental Journey. 6:30-1 0pm $5 /$3 CLUB TIMBUKTU: Optimist & MIlkman 9pm LINNEMANS: Open Stage 9:30pm UWM UNION THEATRE: Terra Incognita: The Mexican Films of Luis Bunuel. Runs from Oct. 26 through 27 27 THURSDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm CLUB TIMBUKTU:Afro Beat w/DJ Komoro & Daudi 9pm LINNEMANS: Ricky Ganiere Jr. SCHWARTZ BOOKS SHOREWOOD: Stephenie Meyer Twilight 7 pm. 28 FRIDAY ART BAR: Rebel Grrrl! DJ’s chris 7 Milo 9pm BREMEN CAFE: Uncle Larry & Shiny Object CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ The Holy Sh** 8pm $2. Hillbilly & Harmony 10pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Reggae Night w/ DJ Daudi 9pm LINNEMANS: Recycled Future MILWAUKEE GAY ARTS CENTER:Jade Esteban Estrada’s “Icons-The Lesbian and Gay History of the World” .7:30pm. ONOPA: Clem Snide, Marah, Mark Waldoch.THE COFFEE HOUSE: Dangerous Folk . $4. 8pm. WOODLAND PATTERN:Film: “Winnipeg Babysitter”. 7pm. $2. UWM PECK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS:Rene Izquierdo. 7:30pm. $10 general/$7 students, seniors. UWM UNION THEATRE: The Holy Girl La Nina Santa.7pm & 9pm. 29 SATURDAY ART BAR: Pumpkin Carvas Artist Kris Reicher 6pm BUCKETWORKS:Solar Winds Costume Bash. Come dressed as your favorite alien, past life, or witch. Documentary film clips will be shown. Silent auction, costume contest, music, and haunted house. 7pm. 1319 N. Martin Luther King Jr Dr. suite 100. BREMEN CAFE: Smashing Halloween w/ Holy Mary Motere Club 9pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Wanda Chrome & the Leather Hparaohs 8pm $2. Awusome Johnson & the Rock’n’ Roll Nurse 10pm HOTCAKES GALLERY: Halloween Party w/Ladylike Wonderwear 8pm-12am. LINNEMANS:Chop Top Tornadoes MITCHELL PARK DOMES:”Night of the Living Domes” Milwaukee Public Theatre fundraiser. 6-11pm. $20 adults/$10 seniors, people with disabilities, children ages 5-18. Children under 5 free. MILWAUKEE GAY ARTS CENTER:Re-opening of the Musical, “Naked Boys Singing!” 10pm. 248-6481 for tickets. .Jade Esteban Estrada’s “Icons-The Lesbian and Gay History of the World” art exhibition opens. 7:30pm. Jade Esteban Estrada’s “Tortilla Heaven” 3pm. 383-8200. RIVERWEST NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT: Workshops, events, info tables – learn about Riverwest & the city. YMCA Holton Youth Ctr. 510 E. Burleigh. 10am – 4 pm. Details . 8. THE COFFEE HOUSE: Bantry Bay, Bounding Main. Benefit for victims of Hurricane Katrina. $4. 8pm. 299-9598. UWM UNION THEATRE: The Holy Girl La Nina Santa.5pm & 9pm. The Swamp La Cienaga. 7pm. 30 SUNDAY ART BAR: Open Canvas Artist Kris Reicher 6pm BREMEN CAFE: Experimental Music Concert 8pm CIRCLE A: Alive at 8 w/ Couch Flambeau 8pm $10. DJ Amorphous Blob 10pm.Admission for DJ is free. ONOPA: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, The Get Down DJs. THE COFFEE HOUSE: Acoustic/spoken word open stage. $2.50 7pm.For info call: 414-299-9598. UWM UNION THEATRE: The Holy Girl La Nina Santa.7pm. The Swamp La Cienaga. 5pm. 31 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9pm CLUB TIMBUKTU: Ian Duerr Trio Open Jazz Jam 7-10pm LINNEMANS: Poets Monday 7:30pm. SCHWARTZ BOOKS SHOREWOOD: Suzanne Staubach Clay 7 pm. COMMUNITY EVENTS 5TH DISTRICT MEETING : 5th District Precinct House, Third & Locust. 5:30 PM. Thurs Oct 6 BUCKETWORKS:Workshop days. Try bellydancing , Irish set dancing, yoga, improv, acting, ballet, African dancing, & more! For a detailed listing see: www.bucketworks.org/Dance/WorkshopDays. CHAMBER THEATRE : “Brighton Beach Memoirs” by Neil Simon. A heartwarming coming of age comedy. Directed by Montgomery Davis. Broadway Theatre Center. Oct. 14-30. Tickets on sale at the Broadway Theatre Box Office. For tickets call: 414-291-7800. Chamber Theatre is located at 158 N. Broadway. GARDENERS MARKET: Garden Park. 11AM-4PM. Every Sun. PEACE ACTION CENTER EVENTS: Milwaukee Youth Liberation Army meeting: Student run peace and justice group. Every wed. 7pm Milwaukee Stand for Peace: Oct 1 Silver Spring & Port. 12-1pm Vets for Peace Milwaukee Coalition for a just Peace: KUUMBA MARKET: Kilbourn Park. 5pm to dark. Every Tues. MILWAUKEE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSORTIUM:Adopt a Beach Program. Improve local beaches and Lake Michigan. 1845 N. Farwell Ave. 559-0317 RIVERWEST NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: 7 pm. Gordon Park Pavilion. Tues Oct. 11, 7pm URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Out of the Past and Into the Future ! KRM Commuter Rail Fest. Jeff Poniewaz, Harvey Taylor, 2003 Poet Laureate Antler. Sat Oct 22 12pm-3pm. 2005 Sierra Club John Muir Chapter Autumn Assembly. Yoga for kids, nature activities, walking and biking tours, speakers on Clean Water and Green Living. $30 for program & food catered by Outpost Foods. 390-0159. Tuedays: Burdock Brigade 9-11AM. Get rid of weeds. Wednesdays: Walks w/ Ken Riverside Park. 9 AM. Thursdays: Morning bird walks. 8AM. Saturdays: Science Sat. 10-4 PM. Animal Feeding. 1PM.Burdock Brigade. 1st and 3rd Sat 9-11AM. CLASSES/ WORKSHOPS BUCKETWORKS: Ongoing registration for classes and workshops. Dance theater, New Irish Set Dance, Yoga Staff and Poi, Yoga and Childrens Classes. www.bucketworks.org CENTER OF LIGHT: Call for info:414-409-0959. COA: Fit, Fine, & Fabulous: Health & Leadership Group. Field Trips, mentoring, service projects, fitness, art activities. Young women ages 13-18. Call Shannon 263-8383 ext 137 Men of Honor: Community Service Group. Mentoring, athletics, service projects. Young men ages 13-18. Call Andre or Ryan 263-8383 ext 137 DANCEWORKS: Session Sept. 6 -Nov 23. Ongoing registration for classes and workshops. Beginner to advanced, children & adults. Classes in Modern, Ballet, Tap, African, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Swing, Pilates, Yoga and Stretch. Call 277-8480. MILWAUKEE PUBLIC LIBRARY: Free Computer Basics classes sponsored by Northwestern Mutual Foundation. Register online at: www.mpl.org or in person on Mon. Oct. 3 at 1pm at M.L.King Library 310 W. Locust St. Email Basics Computer class at the East Library 1910 E. North Ave.Tues. Oct.4 at 8:30am. Children’s Book Club grades 4-6 BOOK IT! program at the ML King Library 310 W. Locust St. Thurs. Oct. 6 at 4:30 pm. Books Alive story time for children ages 3-5 at the ML King Library Oct 7, 14,21,28.10am. MILWAUKEE PUBLIC LIBRARY and COMPASS Guide www.compassguide.org are offering Free Coaching Sessions to Help Teens find College, Career, and Scholarship Information. Sessions held at M.L.King Library 310 W. Locust St. Mondays 4:30-7pm. Oct. 3,10,17,24,31. HISTORIC MILWAUKEE, INC:Walk with us and see what you’ve been missing in Milwaukee. Length of tours 1.5-2 hours. Fees: $7.00, $3 for Members of Historic Milwaukee, $2 students. Daily walking tours Sept. through Oct. 15 at 10:15 am. For info call:414-277-7795. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Oct. Class Schedule www.riverwestyogashala.com. Free Level 2 yoga lesson Oct. 2 at 1pm-2:30pm. Free Level 1 yoga lesson Oct. 16 at1pm-2:30pm. Free class on the 3rd Sun. of each month. Accepting donations for Katrina Hurricane Relief through Veterans for Peace. 963-9587.