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Riverwest Currents Calendar April 2019

April 1 MONDAY   FOOLS
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch French Club 4pm. Pajama Story Time 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help 12-3pm. Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm. Computer Class: Internet Search Tools 5:30-7:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Gentle Morning Yoga 9:30pm. Alignment Flow 6pm. Recovery Yoga 7:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/Sara 6:30pm

2 TUESDAY — VOTING DAY
BLACK HUSKY BREWING In Pour Taste: Off-flavor sensory testing (in beer) 6-9pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
MIRAMAR THEATRE Open Mic. 8pm. (2 songs or 10 minutes of spoken word. All performers receive a CD of their set! $2 cover charge)
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Drop In Job Help, 1-3pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE KIS Yoga 6pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Continuing w/ Sara 9:30am

3 WEDNEDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Quizmaster Trivia 7pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm.
HIGH DIVE Wet Tropics / Hot Coffin / Murder Generation. 9pm.
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: Numerology — Your own Personal Reading! by Mystic, Renee Bebeau. 1-3:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage feat. Johnny G; sign-up 9pm // starts 9:30pm
MIRAMAR THEATRE Montana of 300 w/ Minus Love, Tommy Traina. All ages. Doors: 6:30pm. $20 adv, $25 day of, $50 general admission w/meet & greet
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Crosswords, Coloring and Contemplation (adult programming) 12-1:30pm; Build w/LEGO Bricks 3:30-4:30pm; Bring Your Own Device 6pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Computer Class: Internet Search Tools, 10am-12noon. Money Smart Week: Financing Your Small Business, 2-3:30pm. Teacher in the Library, 4-6:30pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Posture Police & Balance Brigade, 9:30am. Open Studio, 5:30pm.
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE TIME, Taylor Campbell and Kendra Amalie, 9pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Gentle Yoga w/ Sara 9:30am; Continuing w/ Sara 6:30pm
UWM AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL LIBRARY, 2311 E. Hartford Ave Imagining the Moon: A History of Lunar Visualizations. 7-8pm. Free.
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm
WOODLAND PATTERN READING: Tommy Pico, author of Junk (Tin House Books, 2018). Presented with the Milwaukee Native American Literary Cooperative with support from the NEA and the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation. 7pm. $Give What You Can.
WXRW, RIVERWEST RADIO 104.1FM EXPO (Ex-Incarcerated People Organizing) Radio Show 100th Broadcast. 8-9pm. (See Item, pg. 12) Listen at 104.1FM or RiverwestRadio.com.

4 THURSDAY
BARB WESSON AT PINK HOUSE Conscious Dance. 5pm.
BREMEN CAFÉ Ladies Pinball League, 7pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Dave King & Chris Weller Duo. 2 shows, 7:30 and 9:30.
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: Beginner’s T’ai Chi, led by Micheal Milewski of Riverwest’s own T’ai Chi Ch’uan Center of Milwaukee. 1-3:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Writer’s Round w/ Chris Porterfield & Friends, 8pm, $8.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Playgroup with Stories 10am. After School Tech Time 4-5pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Story Time 10-10:30am; Teacher in the Library 4-5:30pm
PINK HOUSE Conscious Dancing w/Barb Wesson 5-6:15pm; Recovery Meditation group 6:30pm
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/ Jess 6:30pm
WOODLAND PATTERN MASTER CLASS: The Library Is Open: A Workshop on Reading (Yr Poems [Out Loud]), a poetry and performance workshop with Tommy Pico. 7pm. $35-$30

5 FRIDAY
ANGELO’S PIANO LOUNGE, 1686 N Van Buren, Julie’s Karaoke Piano Party! 9pm-1am
BARB WESSON AT GREENE HALL, 3347 N Downer Av Conscious Dance. 8:30am.
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Flannel Friday 3-6pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Nicholas Raymond 10pm, Joshua Powell and the Great Train Robbery, 11pm. The Outside Voices, 12am.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: The Unheard Of + That’s What She Said. DJ At 10pm: Miss LaFontaine.
CLUB TIMBUKTU One Love Reggae `
JAZZ ESTATE Makaya McCraven Trio, 2 shows, first at 8pm
LINNEMAN’S The Bill Camplin Band, 8pm, $8.
MAD PLANET Retro Night Dance Party w/DJ Avets & Sage Schwarm 9pm $5
MIRAMAR THEATRE Plaid Hawaii (Live Band) & LWKY. 9pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Computer Class: Internet Search Tools 10am-12noon.
PINK HOUSE Posture Police and Balance Brigade 9am. African Dance 6pm. Structuraly Sound ( NADA Yoga) 8pm.
THE EXCLUSIVE COMPANY, 1669 N Farwell Rose of the West Album Release In-Store performance! 7-8pm.
UWM PLANETARIUM, 1900 E Kenwood #139 Arabian Nights, 7-8pm. $5. WOODLAND PATTERN SCREENING: aCinema presents Tarpaulins, a feature-length essay-film by Lisa Truttmann.7pm. $5

6 SATURDAY
ALVERNO COLLEGE, 3400 S 43rd, Dare to Be Aware Fair — at the Alverno Conference Center. Over 100 exhibitors and 14 free workshops for Awareness, Enlightenment, Wellness, and Successful Living (see Ad, pg. XX)
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Brewery Tours 2pm $10 includes 2 samples and pint glass!
\BREMEN CAFÉ The Friday Times 8pm. Triple Oh Seven 10pm
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Silk Torpedo. DJ At 10pm: Theresa Who.
HIGH DIVE High Dive Dance Party #3, featuring Kiiings. 10pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Russ Johnson “Headlands”
LINNEMAN’S Dena Aronson’s CD Release & Dance Party with John Sieger, Robin Pluer, Juli Wood, Guy Fiorentini & Holly, Dave & Ladi Wake, 8pm, $10.
MAD PLANET Rose of the West LP Release Show! With Cashfire Sunset + Jenny Lee of Warpaint. 8pm. $8 advance, $10 door.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Downlink w/ Al Ross. 9pm.
PINK HOUSE Ecstatic Dance 7-8:30pm. Ecstatic dance is a time to come together in conscious community to connect with ourselves, each other, and a greater life force and move our bodies. Everyone is welcome to dance in this safe environment, free of judgment. $10-15
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
THE COFFEEHOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire Living Activism – MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary benefit. Featuring jazz blues singer and storyteller Adekola Adedapo and the amazing percussion of Jahmes Finlayson. Suggested donation $5 – $15, doors open at 7:30 pm. 8-10:30pm.
UWM UNION THEATER, 2200 E Kenwood, As part of the 41st Latin American Film Series at UWM, celebrated Cuban filmmaker Eric Corvalan will appear, screen and discuss two of his ground breaking documentaries on divergent Cuban views and realities. “Raza” (“Race,” 35 min.) and “No es el Camino” (“This is not the way,” 60 min.) Both films will be shown with bi-lingual discussion with the filmmaker. 4pm-6:30pm. Free & open to the public.
WOODLAND PATTERN BOOK CLUB: Readshops with Karl Gartung – Participants will dive into foundational texts from the 20th century, beginning with works by Objectivist poetS. The only prerequisite is curiosity. 12:15-1:30pm. $Give What You Can

7 SUNDAY
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Game of Thrones Trivia, 5-7pm
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Paul Setser + Charlie Wiggins. DJ At 10pm: Trail Boss Tim Cook.
FALCON BOWL General Membership Meeting, 4-7pm
JEWISH MUSEUM, 1360 N Prospect, “Untold Stories of Resistance”– An Ex Fabula Workshop. 1-4pm. Using the theme “Untold Stories of Resistance,” you will be guided by Ex Fabula coach Karen Kolberg through a series of interactive activities to learn effective storytelling skills, connect with other storytellers, and let your voice be heard. Free, open to the public. Free parking. Sign up by April 4 at jewishmuseummilwaukee.org.
MIRAMAR THEATRE OG Greazee Renegade Music, 7pm.
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Greet Death with Crowning, snag, & bristletongue
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Sunday AM Series w/Tracey 10-11:30am
ST. MONICA PARISH, 5681 Santa Monica Blvd Music Fit for the Royals — Milwaukee Youth Chorale and Voices of Eterna will sing music of the British Monarch performed for coronations, court ceremonies, weddings and funerals since 1727. With the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Men’s Choir. 6-7:30pm. $10.
WOODLAND PATTERN WORKSHOP SERIES: Release & Let Go: A Journal Writing Workshop with Heddy Keith – This in-depth three-session workshop will help writers discover journaling techniques that enhance creativity and self-expression. Sundays, April 7, 14, 28. 1:30-3:30pm. Tuition: $100, members $90. Drop-ins: $35, members $30.

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8 MONDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic 8pm // Music Open Mic 10pm
COMPANY BREWING Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia, 7-10pm
HIGH DIVE Lucas is playing rap records and digital files @9:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Celebration Of Max Klapperman at 9pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch French Club 4pm. Pajama Story Time 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help 12-3pm. Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm. Computer Class: File Management 5:30-7:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Gentle Morning Yoga 9:30pm. Alignment Flow 6pm. Recovery Yoga 7:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/Sara 6:30pm

9 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
EAST LIBRARY Riverwest Elders Wisdom Gathering Potluck. “Celebrate Your Brain: Techniques in Maintaining a Brain Healthy Lifestyle” — Noon-2:30pm.
HIGH DIVE The Nunnery // Nickel&Rose // Julia Blair. 8pm.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Open Mic. 8pm. (2 songs or 10 minutes of spoken word. All performers receive a CD of their set! $2 cover charge)
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Drop In Job Help, 1-3pm. Show & Tell Book Club, 4pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pmPINK HOUSE KIS Yoga 6pmRIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Continuing w/ Sara 9:30am

10 WEDNESDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Quizmaster Trivia 7pm, w/Hot Tamale 414
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: History through the Eyes of the Riverwest Currents, by Vince Bushell. 1-3:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage feat. Malcolm Wright; sign-up 9pm // starts 9:30pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Bring Your Own Device 6pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Computer Class: File Management, 10am-12noon. Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm.
NORTH POINT LIGHTHOUSE, 2650 N Wahl Lecture: Matt Jarosz, “Urban Ruins – Buildings Under Transformation” Maritime History of the Irish Currach Boat. 7-8:30pm. Refreshments. $10 general admission; $5 seniors, students with ID. Members free.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Posture Police & Balance Brigade, 9:30am. Open Studio, 5:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Gentle Yoga w/ Sara 9:30am; Continuing w/ Sara 6:30pm
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm

LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Frank Berg, 9pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch French Club 4pm. Pajama Story Time 6:30pm.11 THURSDAY

BARB WESSON AT PINK HOUSE Conscious Dance. 5pm.
COMPANY BREWING Big Lo w/ Taiyamo Denku , Agent Green, Guerrilla Ghost + Misheard CrewJAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: Riverwest Radio Revealed! including field trip (just a block away) for a behind-the-scenes of their Studio, led by Martin Hallanger. 1-3:30pm.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Sunsquabi with Defunk. 9pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Playgroup with Stories 10am.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Story Time 10-10:30am; Teacher in the Library 4-5:30pm
PINK HOUSE Conscious Dancing w/Barb Wesson 5-6:15pm; Recovery Meditation group 6:30pm
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/ Jess 6:30pm

12 FRIDAY
ANGELO’S PIANO LOUNGE, 1686 N Van Buren, Julie’s Karaoke Piano Party! 9pm-1am
BARB WESSON AT GREENE HALL, 3347 N Downer Av Conscious Dance. 8:30am.
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Flannel Friday 3-6pm; food truck 5pm Triciclo Peru Empanadas
BREMEN CAFÉ A Silent Truth, Beneath Black Sails, Cunning Like Cobras, Silence the Witness, Terminal XI, Vain Interior.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Sliphorn Jazz Band. DJs At 10pm :The Nile & Stephen.
CLUB TIMBUKTU One Love Reggae `
COMPANY BREWING Midwest Music Exchange w/ Zed Kenzo, Lady Lark + Silence Kit
JAZZ ESTATE Hanami
LINNEMAN’S The Sam Llanas Band, 8:30pm, $10.
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party w/ James Freshluggage. 9pm, $5.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Dead Man’s Carnival: Tom Waits Tribute Show. 8-11pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Computer Class: File Management 10am-12noon
PINK HOUSE Posture Police and Balance Brigade 9am. African Dance 6pm. Resetting Your Vibrations 8pm.

RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Ali Thomas, Peshtigo, Fuzzysurf, Y

UWM PLANETARIUM, 1900 E Kenwood #139 Arabian Nights, 7-8pm. $5.

WOODLAND PATTERN Apocalypse Any Day Now Milwaukee Book Release: Milwaukee author Tea Krulos celebrates the release of his third non-fiction book, Apocalypse Any Day Now: Deep Underground with America’s Doomsday Preppers. Q and A, book signing, story telling session. Afterward, the party heads “deep underground” to the Moon Room at Landmark Lanes, at 9pm. (See Book Review, pg. 2)

13 SATURDAY
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Brewery Tours 2pm $10 includes 2 samples and pint glass!
BREMEN CAFÉ Sunkin Suns 7pm Hot Club Happy Hour. More music later, tba.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Circle A Presents … (tba). DJ At 10pm: t.b.a.
COMPANY BREWING 414 MKE Day Party
FALCON BOWL Riverwest Follies!
HIGH DIVE Soul House: Soulful, Afro, Latin House Danceparty. 9pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Ben Winkelman Trio (NYC)
LINNEMAN’S Dr. Sinclair, The Nightinjails, Redcard. 8pm. No cover!
MIRAMAR THEATRE Yheti with Nastynasty, sfam, and Cntrlla. 9pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Poetry Open Mic with MC Kavon Cortez Jones, 1-4pm.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
THE COFFEEHOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire Francesca (singer-songwriter) and Jeanie Dean (poet), 8-10:30pm. Suggested donation $5 – $15, doors open at 7:30 pm.
WI BLACK HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 2620 W Center St, Ex Fabula StorySlam: Family History. Ex Fabula and WI Black Historical Society present this evening of true and personal stories told by community members on the theme “Family History”. 5-7pm. Free. Reserve your seat here: ExFabula.org
WOODLAND PATTERN MASTER CLASS: How to Lose Every Little Thing: A Poetry Workshop with Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué – This workshop will explore how to write about loss on all scales. Past, potential, minor, trivial, and grave losses will all be considered and written through. 2-5pm. $35-$30
WOODLAND PATTERN POETRY READING: Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué, author of Losing Miami, and Edgar Garcia, author of Skins of Columbus. Part of our series Unwriting Borders: Latinx Voices in the U.S. 7pm. $Give What You Can

14 SUNDAY – Palm Sunday. MKE Day (414)!
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Chicken Wire Empire. DJ At 10pm: Sheppy
FALCON BOWL Riverwest Brew Fest featuring The 31st Annual Blessing of the Bock (Noon-4pm) $15. This is a fundraiser/awareness event, with proceeds going to Lynn Okopinski & The Falcon Bowl to help with repairs to their flooded bowling lanes.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Yheti and Nastynasty with FRQ NCY, 9pm.
PINK HOUSE Ecstatic Dance, 11:30am-1pm, $10-15. // Song Circle hosted by Claire and Sarah Moore, 7:30-9pm. All are welcome, no one is turned away for lack of funds. Suggested donation , $5-10
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE MilBillies / BJames & Wild Claims
ST. PHILIP’S LUTHERAN SCHOOL, 3012 North Holton St., Palm Sunday Worship 10:30am
WOODLAND PATTERN WORKSHOP SERIES: Release & Let Go: A Journal Writing Workshop with Heddy Keith – This in-depth three-session workshop will help writers discover journaling techniques that enhance creativity and self-expression. Sundays, April 7, 14, 28. 1:30-3:30pm. Tuition: $100, members $90. Drop-ins: $35, members $30.

15 MONDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic 8pm // Music Open Mic 10pm
COMPANY BREWING Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia, 7-10pm

MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help 12-3pm. Teen Job Center 1-3pm. Computer Class: Email Basics 5:30-7:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Gentle Morning Yoga 9:30pm. Alignment Flow 6pm. Recovery Yoga 7:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/Sara 6:30pm
SALEM LUTHERAN CHURCH Narcotics Anonymous Meeting: Open to the public every third Monday, 7:30pm

16 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
MIRAMAR THEATRE Open Mic. 8pm. (2 songs or 10 minutes of spoken word. All performers receive a CD of their set! $2 cover charge)
MIRAMAR THEATRE Tom MacDonald – Everybody Hates Me Tour, 6:30-10:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Drop In Job Help, 1-3pm. I Am Evidence (documentary screening), 5pm. East Branch Book Club, 7pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Ask a Question, Save a Life: Suicide Prevention Workshop. 6-7:30pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE KIS Yoga 6pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am

RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Continuing w/ Sara 9:30am

17 WEDNESDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Quizmaster Trivia 7pm, w/Ian’s Pizza
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: Etymology Entertains! — Learn about and discuss the origins of words and phrases with Wordsmith, Rick Ollman. 1-3:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage feat. Wolves With Virginia; sign-up 9pm // starts 9:30pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Bring Your Own Device 6pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Computer Class: Email Basics, 10am-12noon.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Posture Police & Balance Brigade, 9:30am. Open Studio, 5:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Gentle Yoga w/ Sara 9:30am; Continuing w/ Sara 6:30pm
ST. PHILIP’S LUTHERAN SCHOOL, 3012 North Holton St., Lower Grade Musical, Jungle Party Tonight. Performance begins at 3:45pm
THE COOPERAGE, 822 S Water St, Ex Fabula StorySlam: Deal Breaker. 7:30-9:45pm. $10 advance, $12 at door. Tickets at ExFabula.org.
UWM PHYSICS BLDG, Rm 137, 1900 E. Kenwood Blvd Unblinded by the Light — learn about NASA’s role in the development and application of light-emitting diode technology. 6:30-7:30pm. Audience, 7yrs old and up.
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm
WOODLAND PATTERN COMMUNITY EVENT: Stonewall Stage Talks: Bisexuality 101, dispelling the myths with Amy Luettgen and Dakota Cox of Bi+ Pride Milwaukee. 7pm. Open to the public.

18 THURSDAY
BARB WESSON AT PINK HOUSE Conscious Dance. 5pm.
BREMEN CAFÉ Monthly Pinball Tournament 7pm. Live music later: Joshua B.E.I.N.G., Microphone Misfitz, Mistaloo Meff, Raze, Spade One, Taiyamo Denku.
COMPANY BREWING Full Moon Karaoke & Variety Show
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS Riverwest Elders: Craft & Art Group. Bring an art project and a friend! 12:30-3:30pm
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: Riverwest Elders DIY (Do It Yourself) Arts and Crafts Day. 1-3:30pm.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Kung Fu, 9pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Play and Learn – Camping, 10-11am; Popcorn & Poetry, 2-3pm.
PINK HOUSE Conscious Dancing w/Barb Wesson 5-6:15pm; Recovery Meditation group 6:30pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Jeffrey Lewis, Los Bolts, Heavy Looks! $8 adv, $10 door. 9pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/ Jess 6:30pm
ST. PHILIP’S LUTHERAN SCHOOL, 3012 North Holton St., Maundy Thursday Worship 6pm
WOODLAND PATTERN CONCERT: Formations Series for New & Improvised Music – Set 1: Jay Mollerskov – Set 2: Olivia Valenza and Warren Enström duo (clarinet, bassoon, and electronics). 7pm, $6.

19 FRIDAY – Good Friday. Passover (begins at sunset).
ANGELO’S PIANO LOUNGE, 1686 N Van Buren, Julie’s Karaoke Piano Party! 9pm-1am
ART BAR New art show, Horses, opening. Live music by The Beautiful Collide, 9pm.
BARB WESSON AT GREENE HALL, 3347 N Downer Av Conscious Dance. 8:30am.
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Flannel Friday 3-6pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Bum Alum 10pm, UaZit 11pm, LUXI 12am.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: T-Tops (Pittsburgh). DJ At 10pm: DJ Dolls.
CLUB TIMBUKTU One Love Reggae
COMPANY BREWING Hughes Family Band w/ Redshift Headlights + Cairns
LINNEMAN’S Stephen Cooper & The Nobody Famous, 9pm, $8.
MAD PLANET WMSE’s Dance Retrospective w/ DJs Haven, Asche and Von Munz! 9pm, $5.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Midnight Tyrannosaurus, 9pm.
PINK HOUSE Posture Police and Balance Brigade 9am. African Dance 6pm. Recovery Yoga 7:30pm.
ST. PHILIP’S LUTHERAN SCHOOL, 3012 North Holton St., Good Friday Tenebrae 6pm
UWM PLANETARIUM, 1900 E Kenwood #139 Arabian Nights, 7-8pm. $5.
WOODLAND PATTERN SCREENING: Ars Poetica, re: Milwaukee Poets – Six micro-documentaries directed by Sam Pekarske and featuring Peter Burzynski, Susan Firer, Destinny Fletcher, Jenny Janzer, Dasha Kelly, and Chuck Stebelton. 7pm. $Give What You Can

20 SATURDAY – Happy 420!
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Brewery Tours 2pm $10 includes 2 samples and pint glass!
BREMEN CAFÉ Texas Dave Trio, 7pm. DubNDoom, 10pm
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Tin Foil (Detroit) + Double Truck. DJ At 10pm: WarLock.
JAZZ ESTATE Nancy Wilson Night with Marcya
LINNEMAN’S Luke Cerny Album Release; Craig Baumann & The Story; Ethan Keller. 9pm. $10 adv, $12 door.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE The Falderals, Barry Osborne, 8pm.
THE COFFEEHOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire Earth Poets & Musicians, 6-10:30pm. “Earthstravaganza” featuring Candice Nokes & Mark Truesdell/’The Spirals’; a dynamic presentation by Plastics-Free MKE; EP & M members Jahmes Finlayson, Holly Haebig Wake, Suzanne Rosenblatt, and Harvey Taylor.Pproceeds benefitting Plastics-Free MKE in their crucial efforts. Suggested donation $5 – $15, doors open at 7:30 pm.

21 SUNDAY – Easter
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Primitive Broadcast Service + Nutritious & Delicious. DJs At 10pm: John Riepenhoff & Sara Caron
ST. PHILIP’S LUTHERAN SCHOOL, 3012 North Holton St., Easter Son-rise Worship 7:30am, Free Breakfast 8-10am, Festival Worship with Gospel Choir 10:30am

22 MONDAY – Earth Day
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic 8pm // Music Open Mic 10pm
COMPANY BREWING Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia, 7-10pm
LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Colleen Nehmer, 9pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East French Club 4pm. Pajama Story Time 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help 12-3pm. Computer Class: Intro to Word 5:30-7:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Gentle Morning Yoga 9:30pm. Alignment Flow 6pm. Recovery Yoga 7:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/Sara 6:30pm

23 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
DRY HOOTCH COFFEEHOUSE, 1030 E Brady Riverwest Elders: Coffee & Conversation 3-5pm
MIRAMAR THEATRE Open Mic. 8pm. (2 songs or 10 minutes of spoken word. All performers receive a CD of their set! $2 cover charge)

MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Drop In Job Help, 1-3pm. East Branch Book to Art Club, 6pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE KIS Yoga 6pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Continuing w/ Sara 9:30am

24 WEDNESDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Quizmaster Trivia 7pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: Storytelling in Painting, led by artist Gina Litherland. Also the wife of our recent guest Hal Rammel, Gina will talk about the role literature and personal childhood memories play in her painting. 1-3:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage feat. Garrett Beth; sign-up 9pm // starts 9:30pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch East Branch Chess Club 5:30pm; Bring Your Own Device 6pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Computer Class: Intro to Word, 10am-12noon; Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Soul Journey Dance w/ Katie Boland. 2-4pm. $15-20. Please contact Katie so she knows to expect you. .
PINK HOUSE Posture Police & Balance Brigade, 9:30am. Open Studio, 5:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Gentle Yoga w/ Sara 9:30am; Continuing w/ Sara 6:30pm
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm

25 THURSDAY
BARB WESSON AT PINK HOUSE Conscious Dance. 5pm.
BREMEN CAFÉ Beaker 10:30pm. Sam McCullough 10pm. Wolf 11:30pm. Mark Adams 12am.
FUSION POKE, 1813 E. Kenilworth Av, Riverwest Elders: Birthday Lunch Group, 12:30-2:30pm
JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS OWL (Older. Wiser. Local.) programming: Meditative Abstract Live-Performance Art Show, watch and listen as artist Amy Schmutte shares an art-making experience. Try your own emulation after her demo/show. 1-3:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Feed The Dog, 7:30pm, $6
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Story Time 10-10:30am; Teacher in the Library 4-5:30pm
PINK HOUSE Conscious Dancing w/Barb Wesson 5-6:15pm; Recovery Meditation group 6:30pm
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/ Jess 6:30pm

26 FRIDAY
ANGELO’S PIANO LOUNGE, 1686 N Van Buren, Julie’s Karaoke Piano Party! 9pm-1am
BARB WESSON AT GREENE HALL, 3347 N Downer Av Conscious Dance. 8:30am.
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Flannel Friday 3-6pm; food truck Hot Tamale 414, 6pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Bremenhain 10pm.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Long Line Riders. DJ At 10pm: Fazio.
CLUB TIMBUKTU One Love Reggae
HIGH DIVE Dream Coast Tour. Featuring The Big Lonesome (Indie-rock/Power-pop/Shoegaze from Boston), Lady Cannon (Indie-folk from Milwaukee), Wild Age (Indie-rock/Dream-pop from Minneapolis). 9pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Jonathan Greenstein (Israel/NYC/MKE) 8-11pm
LINNEMAN’S Dinosaur Rocket, 9:30pm, $5
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party with Paul H. 9pm, $5.
MIRAMAR THEATRE RCKT PWR’S EOTW Party, 9pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Computer Class: Intro to Pages 10am-12noon
PINK HOUSE Posture Police and Balance Brigade 9am. African Dance 6pm. Recovery Yoga 7:30pm.
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE CyphaDen Presents Midwest Move Makers Tour, 9pm. $5.
UWM PLANETARIUM, 1900 E Kenwood #139 Arabian Nights, 7-8pm. $5. WOODLAND PATTERN CONCERT & READING: cross / pollinate – two curated sets of musicians and poets with music from Ruth B8r Ginsburg and Apollo Vermouth and poetry from Lilo Allen and Grace Mitchell. 7pm. $Give What You Can

27 SATURDAY
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Brewery Tours 2pm $10 includes 2 samples and pint glass!

BREMEN CAFÉ Iron Monocle, 7pm. More music later, tba.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Zimmer Effect + Atheists & Airplanes. DJ At 10pm: Quixotic Control.
FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE Milwaukee River Advocates is teaming up with the Friends to serve as co-captains of Riverkeeper’s river corridor Spring clean up. We will gather at the Friends House, 3224 N. Gordon Place, at 9am.
JAZZ ESTATE Bobby Broom Quartet
LINNEMAN’S Funk Summit Bass Team; Conundrum. 9pm. $10.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East World Tai Chi Day, 10am.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Wonderful Words! Developing Vocabulary (children’s programming), 10:30am-12:30pm. Get Crafty @King, 2-4pm.
PLYMOUTH CHURCH, 2717 E Hampshire Plymouth Chorale Concert: The 7 Last Words of Christ. 3pm, with reception to follow. Suggested donation: $15 adults, $10 seniors
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Spud Bucket and Beach Static
THE COFFEEHOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire Portage Road Songrwiters Guild New Song Showcase. 8-10:30pm. Featuring Eric Baer, Jay Bullock, Chris Head, Mark Plotkin, Bob Estes, Chris Straw, and Barb & Tom Webber. These singer/songwriters challenge each other to write new music and work to critique each other’s songs throughout the year. Tonight they will showcase the results for you in one fun-filled, thought-provoking and ear-perking night. Suggested donation $5 – $15, doors open at 7:30 pm.
WOODLAND PATTERN READING: Dara Wier, author of In the Still of the Night (Wave Books, 2017) 7pm. $Give What You Can

28 SUNDAY
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Derek Pritzl & Friends. DJ At 10pm: Sextor
MIRAMAR THEATRE MKE Music Night

PINK HOUSE Contact Improvisation, 11:30am-1pm. Open to all levels of movement experience.
PINK HOUSE Chant Circle 7-9pm
PLYMOUTH CHURCH, 2717 E Hampshire Plymouth Chorale Concert: The 7 Last Words of Christ. 7pm, with reception to follow. Suggested donation: $15 adults, $10 seniors
WOODLAND PATTERN WORKSHOP SERIES: Release & Let Go: A Journal Writing Workshop with Heddy Keith – This in-depth three-session workshop will help writers discover journaling techniques that enhance creativity and self-expression. Sundays, April 7, 14, 28. 1:30-3:30pm. Tuition: $100, members $90. Drop-ins: $35, members $30.

29 MONDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic 8pm // Music Open Mic 10pm
COMPANY BREWING Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia, 7-10pm
LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Anja Notanja Sieger, 9pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch French Club 4pm. Pajama Story Time 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help 12-3pm. Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm. Computer Class: Intro to Excel 5:30-7:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE Gentle Morning Yoga 9:30pm. Alignment Flow 6pm. Recovery Yoga 7:30pm.
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Beginning w/Sara 6:30pm
ST. PHILIP’S LUTHERAN SCHOOL, 3012 North Holton St., “Little Warriors” Early Childhood Family Night: Investigate and Explore. Join us for devotion, stories and songs, hands-on activities, snack, and PLAY! (For children ages 2-5 and an adult family member) 5-6pm

30 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
MIRAMAR THEATRE Open Mic. 8pm. (2 songs or 10 minutes of spoken word. All performers receive a CD of their set! $2 cover charge)
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Drop In Job Help, 1-3pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teacher in the Library 4-6:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PINK HOUSE KIS Yoga 6pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST YOGASHALA Continuing w/ Sara 9:30am