FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 ================== UWM UNION THEATRE, 6PM The Reel American Indian Film Festival. MAD PLANET, Center & Booth Retro Night. MAC’S RED EYE, Richards St. (across from Wal-Mart) Mrs. Fun, $4. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 ==================== MAYORAL CADIDATE FORUM, 9:30AM Lincoln Center of the Arts, 820 E. Knapp St. FALL FESTIVAL, KILBOURN PARK, 11AM-3PM (North […]
Archive | October, 2003
Old Skool Productions and local filmmaker Ross Bigley proudly announce the return of The Semi-Annual Milwaukee Short Film Festival. The festival will be held at Bean Head Cafe, 1835 North Martin Luther King Drive. There are only two weeks left to submit a film/video. The entry deadline is November 1st.
The Milwaukee Turners’ quarterly membership meeting on October 20th will include a mayoral candidate debate with six of the declared candidates. One of the questions to be posed to the candidates will deal with bike/ped issues in the City of Milwaukee. Once the formal Q&A is finished, questions will then be allowed from the audience.
“Making Health Care A Right,” a talk by Kathryn Hall, founder of the Birthing Project, www.birthingprojectusa.com, and a leading organizer and motivator concerning healthcare disparities and how to remedy them, will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 7pm, at Centennial Hall, 733 N. 8th Street, in the main Milwaukee Public Library.
A presentation by Mr. Louis Wasserman, AIA Thursday, October 16 at 7:00 pm UW – Milwaukee’s Chapman Hall – 2310 E. Hartford Ave., Regent Room Cost: Free of Charge. Sponsored by the Murray Hill Neighborhood Association