Archive | May 2003

Kilbourn Park Trust Planning Continues

The Kilbourn Park Trust Planning Committee met twice in April to discuss current developments regarding Kilbourn Park. In an April 1 meeting, Tom Schneider, executive director of COA Youth & Family Centers, reported on lease negotiations with the City of Milwaukee. After lengthy discussions, a new leasing proposal has been submitted to COA. A quick […]

Continue Reading

Ten Things Eudemon Likes To Do In May

10. Walk to a park on one of those first truly warm days and sit in the sun with his eyes closed, listening to the birds chirping and the children playing. 9. Hike through the woods in the river valley to Meeting at the Quaker Friends Center. 8. Dig in the garden with the warm […]

Continue Reading

Help Worms Help Your Garden

It may be too early to plant those tender seedlings, but it’s a great time to turn ordinary dirt into rich nutritious garden soil that plants will thrive in later. A great way to start is to add vermipost to your garden. Vermipost is a type of rich organic material that is produced by worms. […]

Continue Reading

Skateboarding a Positive Outlet for Riverwest Kids

by Eryn Moris / photographs by Peter DiAntoni Mel Fleming decided to create an organization for kids in Riverwest to help them get involved in skateboarding regardless of their financial limitations. One of her primary motivations for starting the organization was regret. “It was really amazing, because I had struggled with a lot of things […]

Continue Reading