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Riverwest Currents November 2019 Calendar

November 1 FRIDAY — All Saints Day
ANGELO’S PIANO LOUNGE, 1686 N Van Buren, Julie’s Karaoke Piano Party! 9pm-1am
ART*BAR New art show opening: MINI – Tiny Art at Tiny Prices. Event starts at 7pm, music by Cave Paintings starts at 9pm.
BARB WESSON AT GREENE HALL, 3347 N Downer Av Conscious Dance. 8:30am.
BREMEN CAFÉ Arcade Mode / Smoke N Mirrors / Chaindrive
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Smoke N Mirrors + Brendon Demet Trio. DJ At 10pm: Seedy
COMPANY BREWING The R&B, Soul & Trap Show ft. Bizzon, Dripsweat & Nustylez (10pm)
JAZZ ESTATE Soul Night: with Cameron Webb, 8pm, $12
JAZZ GALLERY Beyond the Fray Opening Reception: A MIAD Fabric Arts Exhibition, 6-7:30pm
LINNEMAN’S Riverwest Jam Fest Featuring: Undercover Organism, Spare Change Trio, Modern Joey, Color Blind Chamileon, & Tialok, 9pm, $8
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party with Paul H. 9pm. $5.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Chris Webby “World Wide Web” Tour
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Computer Class: Intro to Keynote (10am-Noon); Art Workshop presented by A.W.E. 4pm-5:30pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Reflex Machine / Ope / Pink Tide / Acceleran+
WOODLAND PATTERN Trisha Low, author of Socialist Realism (Coffee House Press, 2019), and Stephanie Young, author of Pet Sounds (Nightboat, 2019), with a screening of works by Milwaukee-based filmmaker Zachary Epcar| 7 PM | $Give What You Can

2 SATURDAY — Daylight Savings Time ends
BREMEN CAFÉ Whiskey and the Devil & Tonbi Claw, 9:30pm
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Girl Fight (Detroit) + Athiests And Airplanes. DJ At 10pm: Edina Flo
COMPANY BREWING Armstrong Ransome with Pocket Change, 10pm
FONDY FARMERS MARKET, 2200 W. Fond du Lac Ave Food from more than 40 farmers and local food producers. 9am-3pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Pat Metheny Songbook! 40 years of Opus! 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY Beyond the Fray: A MIAD Fabric Arts Exhibition, 4-10pm
LINNEMAN’S Home Brewed: A Benefit For The Penfield Children’s Foundation! 9pm, $10
MAD PLANET Salford Lads Club with Substance 101 With Special Dance Party! 9pm. $5.
MANFRED OLSON PLANETARIUM, UWM Lunar Light: all about the moon and indoor stargazing. 2-3pm, $6
MIRAMAR THEATRE Eazybaked x Milano x sumthin sumthin
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Play and Learn – Pizza Parlor, 2pm
PEACE ACTION PEACE STAND Stand for Peace at Sherman & North. Noon – 1pm.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Benefit for Courage MKE 2000’s Cover Show
THE COFFEE HOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire Living Activism for MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary featuring J. Ryan Trio, 8 p.m. Suggested donation: $5-$15 and 2 cans of food.

WOODLAND PATTERN Group: Readshops led by Karl Gartung. Participants will dive into foundational texts from the 20th century, beginning with words by Objectivist poets. We will be reading the poetry aloud and discussing it as questions arise, on the spot, as deeply as needed. The only prerequisite is curiosity. The current text is Louis Zukofsky’s “A”.| 12:15–1:30 PM | $Give What You Can
WWBIC, 1533 N. RiverCenter Drive The Power of QuickBooks Level 2, 9-11am. $50 (scholarships available), call 414-263-5450 to register

3 SUNDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Lashes // Nuclear Family // Strobobean // Haunter
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Twila Jean + Paulette. DJ At 10pm: Trail Boss Tim Cook
LAKEFRONT BREWERY Keg Stand Up comedy, 7-8:30pm. Once a month on Sunday evenings, the beer hall is transformed to give you an intimate show full of fresh laughs and fresh beer. Enjoy table served food from a special menu only available during the show! Don’t worry, the award-winning cheese curds are on it. $10 advance; $15 door.
PINK HOUSE STUDIO Ecstatic Dance – Sunday Morning Edition. 10:30am-Noon
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Autopilot / JR & The Strangers / Talisman / Whiskey & The Devil
THE GIG Bluegrass Jam! 1-4pm
WOODLAND PATTERN It’s an Interlace: Five Videos by Barbara Hammer. Encapsulated here in a brief overview of Hammer’s analog and digital output. | 2 PM | Free and Open to the Public
WOODLAND PATTERN Shifty Subjects and Unexpected Endings with Angela Voras-Hills. In this workshop, we’ll focus on creating tension and surprise in poetry by exploring contemporary poems that shift focus, leaving us disoriented and shaken awake in the end. Sun. Nov. 10, 17, 24, & Dec. 8 | 3–4:30 PM | $100 General | $90 Members

4 MONDAY
JAZZ ESTATE Jazz Estate Jam Session (no cover), 8pm
LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Mario The Poet at 9pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Pajama Story Time, 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help, 12 noon. Teacher in the Library 4pm. Art Workshop, 4:30pm. Computer Class: Intermediate Word, 5:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Open Mic, 9pm.
WWBIC, 1533 N. RiverCenter Drive Start, Run, & Grow Your Business, 6-9pm, ONLINE, $275 (Scholarships available), call 414-263-5450 to register

5 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
JAZZ ESTATE B~Free & Quinten Farr Duo: Friendsgiving Edition, 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY Community Mindfulness Practice, 5:15pm; Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra’s JGCA Jazz Jam Session, 6:30pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Drop-In Job Help, 1-3pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teacher in the Library 4pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Tough Old Bird / Migrations / Vanity Plates
WOODLAND PATTERN Group: We Persist Book Club is a discussion group for women and non-binary identifying folks to meet and talk about books of various genres/formats by women, NB, PoC, and LGBTQIA+ writers. Follow @wepersistmke to see what we’re reading. 6pm.

6 WEDNESDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BEERLINE CAFÉ, 2076 N Commerce Riverwest Elders “Let’s Talk”. 10:30am-1pm. Stop in anytime — stay as your schedule allows!
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming: Comedy Hour! with A.J. Grill. 1-4pm
JAZZ GALLERY Big Style Brass Band: Jazz/Brass Band Music, 8pm
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage feat. Mark Lefebvre ; sign-up 7:30pm // starts 8pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Crosswords, Coloring and Contemplation 12noon. Bring Your Own Device 6pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Computer Class: Intermediate Word 10am. Chair Yoga 2pm. Teacher in the Library 4pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Trivia, 7pm.
THE GIG Open Mic, 9pm
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm
WOODLAND PATTERN Group: Dhamma MKE, breath-based meditation led by musician and composer Anthony Deutsch | 11 AM | $Give What You Can
WWBIC @ Victory Manor, 5556 N 68th St., Meal Planning & Couponing, 6-7:30pm. Free, call 414-263-5450 to register

7 THURSDAY
BARB WESSON AT PINK HOUSE Conscious Dance. 5pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Molly Pufall-Brown Quartet, 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming: Hidden Gifts of Conscious Aging, Part.2: led by Mari Lynn Young. 1-4pm
JAZZ GALLERY Pentastic: Spoken Word, 8pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Playgroup with Stories, 10am. After School Tech Time, 4pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Story Time, 10am. Close-Knit Community Workshop, 1pm. Teacher in the Library 4pm.
Oriental Theatre: Wild & Scenic Film Festival, UWM AND RRF 7PM, a series of environmental films, nature films for you to enjoy and consider
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Nile Club

8 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.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”:The Toy Trucks (Memphis) + Long Line Riders. DJ At 10pm: The Nile.
COMPANY BREWING Mortgage Freeman “It’s All a Wash” Record Release Show, 9:30pm
JAZZ ESTATE Robin Reese with Cigarette Break, 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY Lo.mocean with Tom Benko: Ambient/Experimental Point person-Mark (8pm)
LINNEMAN’S Certain Stars Cd Release w/Trolley, Lack Of Reason. 9pm, $8
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party w/ James Freshluggage. 9pm. $5.
MANFRED OLSON PLANETARIUM, UWM Celestial Celebrations, 7-8pm, $6
MIRAMAR THEATRE G-REX x ZEKE BEATS
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Computer Class: Intermediate Pages (10am-Noon); Art Workshop presented by A.W.E. 4pm-5:30pm
PEACE CENTER, 1001 E Keefe Av, Movie at 7pm: “Endless War, Getting Out of Afghanistan”. Sponsored by Friends Committee on National Legislation, co-sponsored by Peace Action of WI
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Blind Adam and The Federal League

9 SATURDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Warhorses (Detroit) “Shadow Gold Tour” wsg/ Vocokesh//CR Dicks
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Brian Wurch Band. DJ At 10pm: TBA.
COMPANY BREWING snag [record release] davekevinadam, social caterpillar, knaaves (10pm)
FONDY FARMERS MARKET, 2200 W. Fond du Lac Ave Food from more than 40 farmers and local food producers. 9am-3pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Caroline Davis and Rob Clearfield’s Persona, 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY Ruche Mere, BBJr: Experimental Music/Noise, 8pm
LINNEMAN’S Kneel To Neil, A Fundraiser For WMSE Radio & Neil Young’s Bridge School, With Many Performers! 7pm, $10
MAD PLANET The Get Down Soul and Funk Dance Party. 10pm
MIRAMAR THEATRE The Widdler x Prophet x smith.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East House History Program, 3pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teen Job Center, 1pm
PEACE ACTION PEACE STAND Stand for Peace at 16th & National. Starts at Noon.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Miltown Kings
THE COFFEE HOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire John Stano, Ariana Madson opening, 8 p.m. Suggested donation: $5-$15.

10 SUNDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Nasty Boys/Penknife/Tacoma Washington Weekday Club/TBA
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Kristen Kieckhaefer. DJ At 10pm: Sheppy.
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE DB Rouse / Benjamin Scully / Lloyd Stevens Band / Uncle Fergus
THE GIG Bluegrass Jam! 1-4pm
WOODLAND PATTERN Shifty Subjects and Unexpected Endings with Angela Voras-Hills. In this workshop, we’ll focus on creating tension and surprise in poetry by exploring contemporary poems that shift focus, leaving us disoriented and shaken awake in the end. Sun. Nov. 10, 17, 24, & Dec. 8 | 3–4:30 PM | $100 General | $90 Members
WOODLAND PATTERN Alternating Currents Live presents The Transatlantic Bridge #2.2. // 7 PM // $6–$8

11 MONDAY
CENTRAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 25th & Wisconsin, Armistice Day celebration with Suzanne Gordon, author of “Wounds of War: How the VA Delivers Health, Healing and Hope”, and Gerry Condon, national board president of Veterans for Peace, Vietnam era veteran and war resister. Music by the Pardee Boys. 7pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Mark Davis Trio
JAZZ GALLERY Jakob Heinemann + Friends: Experimental, 8pm
LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Stephen Anderson at 9pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Pajama Story Time, 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help, 12 noon. Teacher in the Library 4pm. Art Workshop, 4:30pm. Computer Class: Intermediate Excel, 5:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Open Mic, 9pm.

12 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
EAST LIBRARY Riverwest Elders Wisdom Gathering and Potluck Lunch, Noon-2:30pm. Wisdom Gathering Potluck Lunch
“Quilts in a Life” Nettie Daniels shares her quilts as well as stories from a lifetime devoted to encouraging all ages through the grace of quilting. Noon-2:30pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Neil Davis and Steve Peplin Duo (No Cover) 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY 5:15pm Community Mindfulness Practice; 6:30pm JGCA Jazz Jam Session
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Drop-In Job Help, 1-3pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teacher in the Library 4pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PAMELA SCESNIAK ART STUDIO Perspective Class: 10am-noon, 1-3pm, or 6:30-8:30pm, 5 weeks, 2 hr ea class, $99
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
WWBIC @ Journey House, 2110 West Scott St. Se acerca una convención nacional: ¿estás listo?, 6-7:30pm, call 414-263-5450 to register

13 WEDNESDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BEERLINE CAFÉ, 2076 N Commerce Riverwest Elders “Let’s Talk”. 10:30am-1pm. Stop in anytime — stay as your schedule allows!
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Evan Christian, 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming:A Drum Circle with a Twist (or two)! with Rick Ollman. 1-4pm
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage feat. Nick Borger; sign-up 7:30pm // starts 8pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Picture Book Month Pop-Up Party! 4-5pm // Local Entrepreneurs’ Panel Discussion 6-7:30pm // Bring Your Own Device 6pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Computer Class: Intermediate Excel 10am. Chair Yoga 2pm. Teacher in the Library 4pm. How We Got Here — presentation by Reggie Jackson, 6pm.
NORTH POINT LIGHTHOUSE, 2650 N Wahl Av, Lecture at the Lighthouse 1917 Milwaukee Police Station Bombing, 7-8:30pm. General admission is $10; admission for seniors and students with ID is $5 and North Point Lighthouse members are free. There is no pre-registration. northpointlighthouse.org 414-332-6754
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
PAMELA SCESNIAK ART STUDIO 5 Artists Class: 10am-noon. 5 weeks, 2 hr ea class, $99
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Trivia, 7pm.
THE GIG Open Mic, 9pm
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm
WOODLAND PATTERN Group: Dhamma MKE, breath-based meditation led by musician and composer Anthony Deutsch | 11 AM | $Give What You Can
WWBIC @ Wauwatosa Library, 7635 W. North Av. Hiring Your First Employee, 6-7:30pm, call 414-263-5450 to register

14 THURSDAY
BARB WESSON AT PINK HOUSE Conscious Dance. 5pm.
BREMEN CAFÉ Jive Ass Turkey Day
JAZZ ESTATE Pete McCann Quartet, 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming: Encaustic Endeavors, an Artist Spotlight: led by Tracy Thomas. 1-4pm
LAKEFRONT BREWERY Tour de Brady Street – A Lakefront Brewery Scavenger Hunt, 6pm
MIRAMAR THEATRE Russ Liquid + Thriftworks
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Playgroup with Stories, 10am.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Story Time, 10am. Close-Knit Community Workshop, 1pm. Teacher in the Library 4pm.
PAMELA SCESNIAK ART STUDIO Water Soluble Oil Painting: 10am-noon, 1:30-3:30pm or 6:30-8:30pm. 4 weeks, 2 hr ea class, $80
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Reina Del Cid

15 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.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: The Grovelers + The Unheard Of. DJ At 10pm: DJ Dolls.
JAZZ ESTATE Alex Mercado Trio, 8pm
LINNEMAN’S The Bill Camplin Band. 8:30pm. $8
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party with Paul H. 9pm. $5.
MANFRED OLSON PLANETARIUM, UWM Celestial Celebrations, 7-8pm, $6
MIRAMAR THEATRE Russ Liquid + Thriftworks
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Computer Class: Intermediate Numbers (10am-Noon);
PINK HOUSE STUDIO Sound Healing w/Guided Chakra Meditatioe, 7:30-9pm.
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Able Baker 10pm

16 SATURDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Nights Out East: The Keefe Album Release Party
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Sat. Nite Duets + Vanity Plates . DJ At 10pm: WarLock.
FONDY FARMERS MARKET, 2200 W. Fond du Lac Ave Food from more than 40 farmers and local food producers. 9am-3pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Soul Message (Chicago), 8pm
JAZZ GALLERY 8:00pm – Louise Bock, Andy De Junco: Experimental/Noise
LINNEMAN’S Riverwest Roots Revival, J.R. & The Strangers, Would Be Astronauts, The Midnight Purchase, Ben Harold Duo. 7pm, $8
MAD PLANET The Cure vs. The Smiths, 9pm, $5.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Bad Luck Benson 6pm
ST. SEBASTIAN PARISH, 5400 W Washington Blvd, Milwaukee Children’s Choir Concert: H20 (4pm). Tickets: $15
THE COFFEE HOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire An Evening of Poetry and Spoken Word featuring Bill Murtaugh, Liana Kapelke-Dale and Nick Ramsey, 8 p.m. Suggested donation: $5-$15.
THE COOPERAGE, 828 S Water Street WOODLAND PATTERN’S 39th Anniversary Gala! Featuring music by Ron Padgett & Ruth B8r Ginsburg. Reception & Program: $80 individual / $150 couple. Program Only: $25 advance / $30 door. 5pm: Reception: Hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, silent auction. 7pm: Program: Recognition of honorees, live music performances. Tickets: woodlandpattern.org

17 SUNDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Monthly Pinball Tournament 7pm; Discoverer / Nutritious & Delicious / R3id / Tinyhands
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”:John Stano + Tom Schwark. DJ At 10pm: John Riepenhoff & Sara Caron.
COMPANY BREWING Warhola Cats’ Album Release 2:30-5pm
CREAM CITY HOSTEL, 500 E Center St Cranksgiving Milwaukee 2019. Join us for an annual tradition of bikes, food donations and helping those in need this holiday season. Cranksgiving is a bike ride in which you choose which stops you stop at to pick up donated can goods and supplies for a shelter in Milwaukee. 11am-4pm.
JAZZ GALLERY 7:00pm – Seed Sounds Experimental with Paul Westfahl, Linda Binder & Rick Ollman.
LINNEMAN’S The Riverwest Sessions. 2pm. No Cover
MANFRED OLSON PLANETARIUM, UWM Celestial Realm: Stars in Ancient Egypt, 2:30-3:30pm
PINK HOUSE STUDIO Ecstatic Dance – Sunday Morning Edition, 11:30am-1pm.
PINK HOUSE STUDIO Odyssey Workshop w/ Katie Boland 2-4pm.
THE GIG Bluegrass Jam! 1-4pm
WOODLAND PATTERN Shifty Subjects and Unexpected Endings with Angela Voras-Hills. In this workshop, we’ll focus on creating tension and surprise in poetry by exploring contemporary poems that shift focus, leaving us disoriented and shaken awake in the end. Sun. Nov. 10, 17, 24, & Dec. 8 | 3–4:30 PM | $100 General | $90 Members
WOODLAND PATTERN Alternating Currents Live presents Ernest Dawkins’ Boglifier Project. | 7 PM | $6–8

18 MONDAY
JAZZ ESTATE Latin Jam Session (No Cover), 8pm
LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Donte Mcfadden at 9pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Pajama Story Time, 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help, 12 noon. Teacher in the Library 4pm. Art Workshop, 4:30pm. Computer Class: Intermediate PowerPoint, 5:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Open Mic, 9pm.
SALEM LUTHERAN CHURCH Narcotics Anonymous Meeting: Open to the public every third Monday, 7:30pm

19 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
JAZZ ESTATE Funk Night with Jack Reed, 9pm
JAZZ GALLERY 5:15pm Community Mindfulness Practice; 6:30pm JGCA Jazz Jam Session
KINGO LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1225 Olive St. (at Wilson Dr), Shorewood Peace Action of WI Annual Membership Meeting and Chili Supper, music, annual report, election of new Steering Committee. 6pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Drop-In Job Help, 1-3pm. East Branch Book Club, 7-8pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Teacher in the Library 4pm // The Any Book Book Club 5:30pm
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
WWBIC @ Mitchell Street Library, 906 W Historic Mitchell St. Marketing: Su Marca, 5:30-7:30pm, Mitchell Street Library, 906 W Historic Mitchell St, call 414-263-5450 to register

20 WEDNESDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BEERLINE CAFÉ, 2076 N Commerce Riverwest Elders “Let’s Talk”. 10:30am-1pm. Stop in anytime — stay as your schedule allows!
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Extra Crispy Brass Band, 8pm, no cover.
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming: Poetry and Protest, Anniversary of Assassination of JFK: led by Jeanie Dean (on her Birthday!). Q&A Presentation & Writing Workshop, also including other historic controversies such as Irish Troubles of 1916, WW2, Vietnam War, and Iraq Invasion. 1-4pm
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage feat. G-Flat; sign-up 7:30pm // starts 8pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Bring Your Own Device 6pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Computer Class: Intermediate PowerPoint 10am. Chair Yoga 2pm. Teacher in the Library 4pm. Big Head Book Club 5pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Trivia, 7pm.
THE GIG Open Mic, 9pm
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm
WOODLAND PATTERN Group: Dhamma MKE, breath-based meditation led by musician and composer Anthony Deutsch | 11 AM | $Give What You Can

21 THURSDAY
BARB WESSON AT PINK HOUSE Conscious Dance. 5pm.
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming: DIY, Arts n Crafts Day! led by Riverwest Elders. All OWL attendees welcome. Bring in your own materials or use ours. 1-4pm.
JAZZ GALLERY Pentastic: Spoken Word, 8pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Playgroup with Stories, 10am. Big Head Book Club, 4pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Story Time, 10am. Close-Knit Community Workshop, 1pm. Teacher in the Library 4pm.
WOODLAND PATTERN Kimberly Blaeser, author of Copper Yearning (Holy Cow Press, 2019), and William Stobb, author of You Are Still Alive (42 Miles Press, 2019). Part of our series supporting poets celebrating new books. | 7 PM | $Give What You Can

22 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.
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Obscure Birds. DJ At 10pm: Fazio.
GRAND IMAGINATION / HOLTON STREET THEATER, 2917 N Holton Street 53212 Presents … De La Buena! Salsa dance lessons first, 9pm.
LINNEMAN’S Project Unspeakable – A Dramatic Play Reading Of The Assassinations Of JFK, Robert Kennedy, Malcolm X And Dr. King, 7:30pm, $5
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party w/ James Freshluggage. 9pm. $5.
MANFRED OLSON PLANETARIUM, UWM Celestial Celebrations, 7-8pm, $6
MIRAMAR THEATRE LSDREAM x Shlump
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Computer Class: Intermediate Keynote (10am-Noon)
PAMELA SCESNIAK ART STUDIO Open Studio: 10am-4pm. Bring your own materials and idea or work in progress, get helpful critique and material suggestions, $45

23 SATURDAY
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Rotten Tommys (Madison) + Lack Of Reason. DJ At 10pm: Quixotic Control
COMPANY BREWING Old Prospectors Album Release Party + Neocaveman & Young Revs (9pm)
FONDY FARMERS MARKET, 2200 W. Fond du Lac Ave Food from more than 40 farmers and local food producers. 9am-3pm.
LINNEMAN’S Redcard, The Nightinjails, 8pm, No Cover
MIRAMAR THEATRE Haywyre In Parallel Tour
PEACE ACTION PEACE STAND Stand for Peace at Port Washington & Silver Spring. Noon – 1pm.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am
SUGAR MAPLE, 441 E Lincoln Lion’s Tooth Launch Party and Pop-up, 12-6pm. With shows by Scrimshaw and Negative/Positive. Free admission, kids welcome with parents or guardians. Celebrate Milwaukee’s newest bookstore and help us raise funds for brick-and-mortar location, coming in 2020. Subscriptions available NOW at www.lionstoothmke.com
WOODLAND PATTERN Group: Readshops led by Karl Gartung. The only prerequisite is curiosity. The current text is Louis Zukofsky’s “A”.| 12:15–1:30 PM | $Give What You Can

24 SUNDAY
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Derek Pritzl & Friends. DJ At 10pm: Sextor
LINNEMAN’S Cashfire Sunset, Max Williamson, Ben Paul Williams, Brian Robert Kenney, 8pm, $7
THE GIG Bluegrass Jam! 1-4pm
WOODLAND PATTERN Shifty Subjects and Unexpected Endings with Angela Voras-Hills. In this workshop, we’ll focus on creating tension and surprise in poetry by exploring contemporary poems that shift focus, leaving us disoriented and shaken awake in the end. Writers will be encouraged to share their work for feedback. Sun. Nov. 10, 17, 24, & Dec. 8 | 3–4:30 PM | $100 General | $90 Members

25 MONDAY
JAZZ ESTATE Blues Night Misha Siegfried (no cover)
LINNEMAN’S Poets Monday 7:30 start; featured poet Wisconsin Poet Laureate Margaret Rozga at 9pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Pajama Story Time, 6:30pm.
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – MLK Branch Drop In Job Help, 12 noon. Teacher in the Library 4pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Open Mic, 9pm.

26 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke 10pm
JAZZ ESTATE The Erotic Adventures of the Static Chicken (No Cover)
JAZZ GALLERY 5:15pm Community Mindfulness Practice; 6:30pm JGCA Jazz Jam Session
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch Drop-In Job Help, 1-3pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) For residents of 53202, 53203, 53211, 53212 and 53217 zip codes, 8:30-10:30am

27 WEDNESDAY
ALL PEOPLES CHURCH Food Pantry, 1-2pm
BEERLINE CAFÉ, 2076 N Commerce Riverwest Elders “Let’s Talk”. 10:30am-1pm. Stop in anytime — stay as your schedule allows!
BREMEN CAFÉ Trivia 7pm. Mack Deez 9pm, The New Grey 9:45pm, Rags & Riches 11pm
JAZZ ESTATE Pocket Change (no cover)
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming: Rock n Roll Retrospective: led by Amy Schmutte. Video Showcase of live performances of your requested favorite artists from the 50’s thru the 80’s. Late start at about 2 or 2:30pm (to accommodate RW Elders Luncheon). 1-4pm.
LINNEMAN’S 21st Annual “Nod To Bob” Bob Dylan Tribute – many performers! Benefit For The Hunger Task Force, 7pm harp $10, or $5 And 5 Cans Of Non Perishable Food; sign-up 7:30pm // starts 8pm
MKE PUBLIC LIBRARY – East Branch East Branch Chess Club, 5:30pm. Bring Your Own Device 6pm.
NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Food/Clothing Pantry (NorthcottHouse.org) for 53212 zipcode only 11am-2pm
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE Trivia, 7pm.
RIVERWEST PUBLIC HOUSE SPADE ONE
THE GIG Open Mic, 9pm
VEGGAS Epic Karaoke 9pm
WOODLAND PATTERN Group: Dhamma MKE, breath-based meditation led by musician and composer Anthony Deutsch | 11 AM | $Give What You Can

28 THURSDAY — Happy Thanksgiving!
JAZZ GALLERY OWL Programming: Happy Thanksgiving! (No program today.)
MA FISCHERS, 2214 N Farwell Riverwest Elders Birthday Lunch Group, 12:30-2:30pm. Celebrate the giving of thanks together.

29 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.
BREMEN CAFÉ The Annual Holiday Shit We All Hope to Take
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”:Trolley + Green (Chicago). DJ At 10pm: TBA.
JAZZ ESTATE Russ Johnson Quartet, 8pm
LAKEFRONT BREWERY Black Friday 2019
LINNEMAN’S Testa Rosa Album Release, 8:30pm, $8
MAD PLANET Retro Night W/DJ Avets & Sage Schwarm, 9pm, $5.
MANFRED OLSON PLANETARIUM, UWM Celestial Celebrations, 7-8pm, $6
MIRAMAR THEATRE Millennium Age hosts Silent Party Milwaukee “Trap Wars”

30 SATURDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Elevator Trio (jazz), 7pm
CIRCLE A “Alive At Eight”: Heavy Hand + Tan. DJ At 11pm: TBA
FONDY FARMERS MARKET, 2200 W. Fond du Lac Ave Food from more than 40 farmers and local food producers. 9am-3pm.
JAZZ ESTATE Tribute to Cannonball (Eric Jacobson 5tet)
LINNEMAN’S Silk Torpedo, Fly & The Swatters, 9pm, $5
MAD PLANET A Nineties Prom! 9pm, $5.
PEACE ACTION PEACE STAND Stand for Peace at Hwy 100 & North. Noon – 1pm.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY (St. Casimir site) 8:30-10:30am
THE UPTOWNER Voot Warnings