April 2020 Currents Calendar

Compiled by Lee Gutowski

1 FRIDAY April Fools Day
ART*BAR Opening ArtCandy5 w/ Flood Brothers, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Gustav w/special guest Wristwatch, 8pm, $18-20
BAR CENTRO Anthony Deutsch and Kenny Reichart, 8-10:30pm
COMPANY BREWING The Turn Up with DJ Bizzon | We Yammin’ Again. 10pm. $10 adv / $15 door
GATHERING PLACE BREWING, 811 E Vienna Gallery Night, 5-10pm feat. Digital Portrails
HIGH DIVE Sauce Hound/Tigera/Cozy Danger/ Chabooka // 8pm doors
JAZZ ESTATE Nineteen Thirteen. Doors 5pm. Show 7pm. $12-13
LINNEMAN’S Alternative Radio (MKE punk); Running Tides, Whiskey & the Devil open the night. 7:30pm doors, 8:30pm show, $5 cover
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party with DJ Paul H! 9pm-2am $7
MIRAMAR THEATRE SubDocta – Strictly Business Tour. w/ Abelation, Zingara. Doors 9pm, tix $25
QUARTERS ROCKnROLL Voot Warnings
SHANK HALL Southbound (Allman Brothers Tribute), 8pm, $12-15
UWM PLANETARIUM Constellations of the Zodiac: Aries. 7-8pm. $6 general; $5 UWM students (Masks currently required inside all UWM buildings, regardless of vaccination status)
WOODLAND PATTERN online Screening: aCinema April program features Sancia Miala Shiba Nash, and more. 7pm. $Give what you can

2 SATURDAY Ramadan begins at sunset
ART*BAR Levi Besaw, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Sarah Harmer w/special guest Charlott Cornfield, 8pm, $20
BAR CENTRO Sinne Eeg, Billy Peterson, and Will Kjeer. 7:30-11pm
COMPANY BREWING Craft brewers near the Milwaukee River invite the public to pick up litter along the river trails in honor of Earth Month. Breweries are Amorphic Beer, Black Husky Brewing, Company Brewing, Gathering Place Brewing Company, Lakefront Brewery and Sprecher Brewing Co. Meet at any of the breweries, help out and receive a free pint! 12noon til 2pm.
DRUNK UNCLE Lakefront Brewery event Drunk Uncle Presents: LakefrontMania II. (At the Drunk Uncle, 1902 S. 68th St) A record-breaking Lakefront tap takeover during Wrestling’s biggest event, WrestleMania. 36 Lakefront beers on tap, all day open til close.
JAZZ ESTATE The Stephen Hull Experience, 7pm, $13; Garrett Waite late night residency, 10:30pm, $5
JAZZ GALLERY, Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM OWL radio (9am) Karen Beaumont’s Recital Show: Piano Students ages 4-81
LINNEMAN’S Soul Speed; West Riviera; The Panoptics. 8:30pm. $6
MAD PLANET Non-Pop.a night of diverse dance music from Get Moses, Tista, Quadi; live painting by Lisza Battikha, SuedeDragon, Koalrus; visual projections by VJ Brye … all to support the Sojourner Family Peace Center! 9pm-2am. $7
MILWAUKEE CITY HALL, 200 E Wells Fun in the Rotun’ — A special day of fun at the Rotunda! Families with children ages 5 & under are encouraged to stop by and enjoy the following: A FREE photoshoot with famous photographer Terrance Sims. Delicious treats from Pete’s Pops. Fun games, activities, and goodie bags. LIVE music by Milwaukee’s Very Own, DJ Homer Blow. 10am-3pm
MILWAUKEE RIVER CLEAN-UP Craft brewers that neighbor the Milwaukee River are teaming up and invite the public to pick up litter along the river trails in honor of Earth Month. Breweries are Amorphic Beer, Black Husky Brewing, Company Brewing, Gathering Place Brewing Company, Lakefront Brewery and Sprecher Brewing Co. Meet at any of the breweries, help out and receive a free pint! 12noon til 2pm.
MIRAMAR THEATRE Rage. With Rolling Loud deejay Billy Nasser, opening DJ Dre Llamo. Doors 9pm, $15 adv / $20 door
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church parking lot — 8:30-10:30am. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
STAND FOR PEACE at Brady and Farwell (focus on Julian Assange) Join Peace Action of Wisconsin for a weekly Stand For Peace, noon until 1pm
THE COFFEE HOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire Eccentric Acoustic, 7:30-9:30pm. (As always, those interested in attending should check www.the-coffee-house.com the week of the show to check its status. All concerts will be live-streamed regardless of whether or not there is an in-person option.)

WOODLAND PATTERN online Community Group: Readshop — Charles Reznikoff’s Testimony. Online 12:15-1:30pm| $Give What You Can

3 SUNDAY
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Lala Lala w/special guest Elton Aura, 8pm, $16-20
DRUNK UNCLE Lakefront Brewery event Drunk Uncle Presents: LakefrontMania II. (At the Drunk Uncle, 1902 S. 68th St) A record-breaking Lakefront tap takeover during Wrestling’s biggest event, WrestleMania. 36 Lakefront beers on tap, all day open til close.
JAZZ ESTATE Lynne Arriale, 7pm, $20-27
LINNEMAN’S Denny Rauen, Peter Mack and Peter Roller perform solo guitar tunes, 7-10pm
LINNEMAN’S More Guitar w/Denny Rauen, Peter Mac, Peter Roller. Doors at 6:30, Show at 7pm, Cover $6
THE GIG Bluegrass Sunday, 1-4pm
UPTOWNER Alex Wilson Blues Band 3pm
WOODLAND PATTERN in-person How to Haiku: Exploring the Power of Seventeen Syllables a workshop with “Darlin” Nikki Janzen. In-person. (All attendees must show proof of vaccination or negative Covid test within 72 hours. Masks are required.) 1-4pm. $50 general / $45 members. Scholarships available: A limited number of scholarships are available. Writers who are low-income and/or of marginalized identities are particularly encouraged to apply. Go to https://woodlandpattern.org/workshop-scholarship

4 MONDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic, 7:30pm // followed by Music Open Mic hosted by Tlalók! Sign-up starts at 10pm. The stage is open to poets, musicians, other talents. Rappers welcome!
LINNEMAN’S Poet’s Monday! Doors 7pm, performances start 7:30pm. $3 cover. Featured poet: Mario the Poet

5 TUESDAY MKE Special Mayoral Election
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke
LAKEFRONT BREWERY Movie Night: The Sandlot, 6:30pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church INDOORS — 4-6pm. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
UPTOWNER Dave Bayles Trio 7-9pm

6 WEDNESDAY
JAZZ ESTATE Evan Christian, 8pm, $7
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage — Doors, 7pm. Sign-up, 7:30pm. Show starts at 8pm. Featured performer: David LaGrange

7 THURSDAY
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Haley Heynderickx w/special guest Matt Dorrien, 8pm, $18
BAR CENTRO Paul Silbergleit Trio, 7:30-10pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Desperate Electric, The LOL, Dry Reef (9pm)
JAZZ GALLERY Vince Bushell of the Riverwest Currents (1-4pm)
LINNEMAN’S Morning Train: A Tribute to John Prine, feat. Jesse Voelker’s Morning Train, Derek Pritzl. Show starts 7:30pm. $12 adv, $15 door
SHANK HALL ProgJect. $40, 8pm

8 FRIDAY
ART*BAR Darren Walker, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect NRBQ, 8pm, $25-30
BAR CENTRO Milwaukee Jazz Institute, 8-10:30pm
COMPANY BREWING Astral Hand + Credentials + BLOOD. 10pm, $10
JAZZ ESTATE Cam Spann Group. 7pm, $13
LINNEMAN’S Ben Bruns Band; Rustbucket Rye. 8pm, $10.
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party with DJs James Freshluggage and Nikki Spudnikk. 9pm-2am, $7
MIRAMAR THEATRE Fetish w/ Flynninho and Chomper. Tix $15, show time 9pm.
SHANK HALL David Bromberg Quintet, 8pm, $35
SUNSTONE STUDIOS, 127 E Wells ONE UNIVERSE conceived and performed by Sarah Moore. 7pm, $25 (See story, page 5)
UWM PLANETARIUM Asian Universe (6:30-8pm). Explore our universe and Asian cultural perspectives. Two planetarium shows will feature live indoor stargazing and a storyteller. In between the shows, students from South Division High School will perform traditional Indian, Karen, and Lao cultural dances. Light refreshments will be served. This event is cosponsored by the Southeast Asian American Student Center and Sociocultural Programming at UWM.

9 SATURDAY
ART*BAR John Gay. 9pm
BAR CENTRO Robin Pluer, 8-10:30pm
COMPANY BREWING Black Cow: A Steely Dan Revue. Doors 9:30. $10
JAZZ ESTATE No Seatbelts! 7pm, $13
JAZZ GALLERY, Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM OWL radio (9am) Hannah Marquardt and her children Elle (7) and Euro (4), on What it Means to Love one Another
LINNEMAN’S Bruce Dean and Then Some (BDATS); As Oak. Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm. $8
MAD PLANET The Get Down, 9pm, $7
MIRAMAR THEATRE Minnesota (support TBA). 9pm, $22
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church parking lot — 8:30-10:30am. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
SHANK HALL Del Amitri, Wooldridge Brothers. 3pm show! $35
STAND FOR PEACE at 51st and Silver Spring (focus on not using tax money for war) Join Peace Action of Wisconsin for a weekly Stand For Peace, noon until 1pm
SUNSTONE STUDIOS, 127 E Wells ONE UNIVERSE conceived and performed by Sarah Moore. 7pm, $25 (See story, page 5)

10 SUNDAY Palm Sunday
LINNEMAN’S Clare McCullough w/Simplified Characters, Koty Peter. $10. 6-9pm.
MSOE KERN CENTER, 1245 N Broadway WMSE 20th Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser. 11am-4pm. $15 adv / $20 doors
SUNSTONE STUDIOS, 127 E Wells ONE UNIVERSE conceived and performed by Sarah Moore. 2pm and 7pm, $25 (See story, page 5)
THE GIG Bluegrass Sunday, 1-4pm
WOODLAND PATTERN hybrid Haiku Slam and Poetry Showcase. Hybrid presentation online and in-person). 1pm. $Give what you can. This event will be held in person at Woodland Pattern and online via Crowdcast, please register here: . (Those who would like to take part in the Slam must attend in person at Woodland Pattern.) Details to participate, etc at https://woodlandpattern.org/
11 MONDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic, 7:30pm // followed by Music Open Mic hosted by Tlalók! Sign-up starts at 10pm. The stage is open to poets, musicians, other talents. Rappers welcome!
GATHERING PLACE BREWING, 811 E Vienna Trivia Night, 7pm
SHANK HALL Ours; Louie Lucchesi & Mike Benign; Damien Musto. 8pm. $25 adv / $30 door

12 TUESDAY
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Adia Victoria, 8pm, $17
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke
COMPANY BREWING Big Dopes / Maybe Hazel / Man Random. 9pm, $10.
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church INDOORS — 4-6pm. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
UPTOWNER Dave Bayles Trio 7-9pm
WOODLAND PATTERN in-person Community Workshop: Narrative Cartography with Liat Mayer. In-person. 5:30pm. Open to the public.

13 WEDNESDAY
COMPANY BREWING Deaf Trivia! 7-9pm
COMPANY BREWING Deaf Trivia, 7-9pm
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage — Doors, 7pm. Sign-up, 7:30pm. Show starts at 8pm. Featured performer: Weston Craig
MIRAMAR THEATRE Lil Eazzyy + Special Guests! $30, 9pm
PINK HOUSE STUDIO Ecstatic Dance, 7:30-9:30pm, $15

14 THURSDAY
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Chicago Farmer & the Fieldnotes w/special guest the Sapsuckers, 8pm, $15-18
COMPANY BREWING Milwaukee Day Showcase: Fox Face, Shle Berry, Devils Teeth. 8pm. $10 adv / $14 doors
JAZZ GALLERY Local Artist Spotlight on Carol Rode-Curley, 1-4pm (in person)
SHANK HALL Billy Prine & The Prine Time Band Presents: Songs of John Prine, 8pm, $35
WOODLAND PATTERN online Poetry Reading: Saddiq Dzukogi, thabile makue, Cheswayo Mphanza, & Romeo Oriogun. 7pm online presentation. $Give what you can. Presented in partnership with the African Poetry Book Fund.

15 FRIDAY Good Friday, Passover begins at sunset
ART*BAR 80”s Dance Party, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Jon Spencer & the Hitmakers w/special guest Quasi. 8pm, $15-18
BAR CENTRO Jennifer Lind, 8pm
HIGH DIVE Aluminum Knot Eye
JAZZ ESTATE Jeremy Kuzniar trio, 7pm, $13
LINNEMAN’S Floral Friday; Joey & the Knives; Tiqmmy; Outside Town. Doors 7pm, show 8pm. $5
MIRAMAR THEATRE Jantsen; Smoakland; Jon Casey; Super Ave // 9pm, $27
SHANK HALL Seaside Zoo (Grateful Dead Tribute). 8pm, $10

16 SATURDAY
ART*BAR Jorge Valentine, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Rav, Kill Bill: The Rapper, Airospace, Scuare the Out of the Woods Tour. 8pm, $15-18
BAR CENTRO Stephanie Lippert, 8-10:30pm
FALCON BOWL Replace Ron Johnson event! 11am-6pm. Meet the challenger, discuss the issues; nomination papers signature gathering event
HIGH DIVE Moonglow / Good Grief / Conspicuous Bystanders (MI). 10pm
JAZZ ESTATE Milwaukee Jazz Institute, 7pm, $13-20
JAZZ GALLERY, Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM OWL radio (9am) Karen Beaumont’s Dutch Program: Music and Literature
LINNEMAN’S The Bill Camplin Band, 8pm. $10
MIRAMAR THEATRE TROP OUT no.13 : Hotel Garuda // Plaid Hawaii // XOVI // Grace Jenn. Show 9pm. $10 adv / $15 doors
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church parking lot — 8:30-10:30am. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
SHANK HALL STICK MEN featuring members of King Crimson Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto. With touch guitar innovator Markus Reuter. 8pm. $25
STAND FOR PEACE at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr and North Av Join Peace Action of Wisconsin for a weekly Stand For Peace, noon until 1pm
SUNSTONE STUDIOS, 127 E Wells ONE UNIVERSE conceived and performed by Sarah Moore. 7pm, $25 (See story, page 5)
THE COFFEE HOUSE, 2717 E Hampshire The 35th Annual Earth Poets/Musicians Extravaganza, 7:30-9:30pm. (As always, those interested in attending should check www.the-coffee-house.com the week of the show to check its status. All concerts will be live-streamed regardless of whether or not there is an in-person option.)

17 SUNDAY Easter
JAZZ ESTATE JazzMen, 7pm, $13
THE GIG Bluegrass Sunday, 1-4pm
UPTOWNER Alex Wilson Blues Band 3pm

18 MONDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic, 7:30pm // followed by Music Open Mic hosted by Tlalók! Sign-up starts at 10pm. The stage is open to poets, musicians, other talents. Rappers welcome!
LINNEMAN’S Poet’s Monday! Doors 7pm, performances start 7:30pm. $3 cover. Featured poet: Xanadua

19 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke
LAKEFRONT BREWERY Drag Queen Bingo, 7pm
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church INDOORS — 4-6pm. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
UPTOWNER Dave Bayles Trio 7-9pm

20 WEDNESDAY
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Robyn Hitchcock, 8pm, $29.50
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage — Doors, 7pm. Sign-up, 7:30pm. Show starts at 8pm. Featured performer: Brian Miller
SHANK HALL Yak Attack! 8pm, $!5

21 THURSDAY
BAR CENTRO Jazzy Joan, 7-9pm
BLACK HUSKY BREWING Craic-y Hour, 6-8pm. Craic: the Irish word for fun, enjoyment, or good times.The Milwaukee Irish Dance Studio will be at the taproom on the 3rd Thursday of every month with an opportunity for members of the Milwaukee Irish dance community & the public to hang out, see students perform, learn about the Milwaukee Irish Dance Studio and more. We will also be offering 1/2 price pints of our delicious Kölsch!
JAZZ GALLERY DIY Art Workshop. Finish up your Assemblage, or start anything you’d like to work on. 1-4pm. In person
LAKEFRONT BREWERY Rock, Paper, Scissors Tournament. 6:30pm.
LINNEMAN’S Lunar Moth; Toadskin; The Mothman Cacophony. 8pm. $5
TURNER HALL BALLROOM, 1040 Vel R. Phillips Av Stories of Riverwest Food Pantry: CHANGED BY KINSHIP. 7-9pm. More info at: https://kinship-stories.eventbrite.com
WOODLAND PATTERN hybrid Concert: Formations Series for New and Improvised Music HYBRID — 7pm. $10 general / $9 WPBC members for in-person attendance
22 FRIDAY Earth Day
ALICE’S GARDEN, 2136 N. 21st Earth Day at Alice’s Garden, 8am-8pm.
ART*BAR Jacob Webb 5pm to Nowhere, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Caitlyn Smith w/ special guest Kassi Ashton, 8pm, $15-20
BAR CENTRO Forrest Jackson, 8-10:30pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Flying Fuzz, High Gallows, Shadows Taller Than Souls, Primal Enemy
JAZZ ESTATE Nathan Pfleufghoft, 7pm, $12-15
LINNEMAN’S Andii; The Love-In; Fellow Kinsman. 7pm. $15
MIRAMAR THEATRE Gene Farris; D1rt M@ll ft. Imaginary Friend; Thomas Xavier; E-Rock // Tix $18; show 9pm.
SHANK HALL Little Blue Crunchy Things (SOLD OUT)
UWM PLANETARIUM Secret Lives of Planets (7-8pm). $6 general; free for students. Explore the mysteries of our solar system and what it would be like to call another planet home.

23 SATURDAY
ART*BAR Nightinjails, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Joe Pera w/special guest Carmen Christopher, 7pm, $25 // 9:30pm (2nd show) $25
BREMEN CAFÉ VomBom, Smoke Free Home, Secondhand Souls
DANCEWORKS STUDIOS, 1661 N Water St RESTORE ARTS FESTIVAL // 7:30pm // Tix: DanceworksMKE.org // This interdisciplinary program of dance and film specifically invites women of color choreographers and dance filmmakers to submit proposals of original works and dance films rooted in activism, ministry, and social justice. By Jade Charon provides artistic development support by inviting a panel of professional choreographers to provide feedback and mentorship to choreographers post showcase to push artists’ work forward. This performance culminates with a talk back and facilitated conversation between choreographers and audiences to create strategies of art and healing in the communities.
GATHERING PLACE BREWING, 811 E Vienna Vienna Ave. Biergarten, 2-10pm. Beer, live music, food vendor.
JAZZ GALLERY, Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM OWL radio (9am) Micro-Naut, “The A.M. Book Report” Decoding Discommunication.
LINNEMAN’S Man Alive; Kule; Meadowbrook. 7pm. $5
MIRAMAR THEATRE Opiuo. $25-$35. 9pm show
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church parking lot — 8:30-10:30am. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
SHANK HALL Little Blue Crunch Things (SOLD OUT)
STAND FOR PEACE at Greenfield and Cesar E. Chavez Dr. (16th) Join Peace Action of Wisconsin for a weekly Stand For Peace, noon until 1pm

24 SUNDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ King Pari Mary Tour w/ Moonglow & Andrés Crovetti’s “OBI”
SHANK HALL Mary Fahl, former lead singer of October Project. 7pm, $25
THE GIG Bluegrass Sunday, 1-4pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Comedy Open Mic, 7:30pm // followed by Music Open Mic hosted by Tlalók! Sign-up starts at 10pm. The stage is open to poets, musicians, other talents. Rappers welcome!
LINNEMAN’S Poet’s Monday! Doors 7pm, performances start 7:30pm. $3 cover. Featured poet: David Press

26 TUESDAY
BREMEN CAFÉ Karaoke
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church INDOORS — 4-6pm. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
UPTOWNER Dave Bayles Trio 7-9pm

27 WEDNESDAY
LINNEMAN’S Acoustic Open Stage — Doors, 7pm. Sign-up, 7:30pm. Show starts at 8pm. Featured performer: Garrett Waite

28 THURSDAY
BAR CENTRO Paul Silbergleit Trio, 7:30-10pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Floral Friday, Scary Canaries, and Tiny Voices
JAZZ GALLERY Artist-Panel Discussion on “You Want it How Big?” Mural-Artists Exhibition at the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts. 1-4pm. In person
29 FRIDAY
ART*BAR The League of Erics, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Robbie Fulks, 8pm, $20-22.50
BAR CENTRO Juli Wood, 8-10:30pm
MAD PLANET Friday Night Retro Dance Party with Sage Schwarm and Mosh Wah, 9am, $7
MIRAMAR THEATRE J. Worra // $15-$25, show 9pm
SHANK HALL Anais Mitchell, Samantha Crain. 8pm, $25
UWM PLANETARIUM Constellations of the Zodiac: Taurus. 7-8pm. $6 general; $5 UWM student. Delve into the mythology and astronomy behind the zodiac. (Masks currently required inside all UWM buildings, regardless of vaccination status)

30 SATURDAY
ART*BAR Soulfoot Mombits, 9pm
BACK ROOM @Colectivo/Prospect Mike Duncan, 8pm, $25
BAR CENTRO Tanya Reed, 8-10:30pm
BREMEN CAFÉ Dax Cameron, Shining Nothing and wht.rbbt.obj
JAZZ ESTATE Lesser Lakes Trio, 7pm
JAZZ GALLERY, Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM OWL radio (9am) Karen Beaumont’s English Program: Music and Literature
LINNEMAN’S MKE Music Night with Secondhand Souls, Conundrum, Tlalok. 7pm. $10
MAD PLANET Y2K! It’s a dance party with the best in 2000-2010 hip hop, pop, indie rock, dance and more! Elechronic DJs: DJ Andrew Optimist and The Milkman. 9pm, $7
MIRAMAR THEATRE Dayseeker w/ Holding Absence, Thornhill & Caskets. 5pm, $15-18 all ages
RIVERWEST FOOD PANTRY, 924 E Clarke Food Distribution at St. Casimir’s Church parking lot — 8:30-10:30am. Proudly serving the 53212, 53211, 53217, 53202, and 53203 zip codes!
SHANK HALL Crazy Shepherd 40th anniversary bash! Music by The Swivels and Bristlehead. Doors at 7pm. Music starts 8pm-ish
STAND FOR PEACE at Port Washington and Silver Spring Join Peace Action of Wisconsin for a weekly Stand For Peace, noon until 1pm

Older Wiser Local OWL
at JGCA 926 E. Center St.
April All Thursdays 1-4 PM live at JGCA
All Saturday Radio Shows
9 AM Riverwest Radio FM 104.1

Saturday April 2nd (Radio): Karen Beaumont’s Recital Show: Piano Students Ages 4-81.

Thursday April 7th, (In-Person): Vince Bushell of the Riverwest Currents: March Issue

Saturday April 9th, (Radio): Hannah Marquardt and her children Elle(7) and Euro(4), on What it Means to Love one Another. (rescheduled from March cancellation)

Thursday April 14th, (In-Person): Local Artist Spotlight on Carol Rode-Curley.

Saturday April 16th, (Radio): Karen Beaumont’s Dutch Program: Music and Literature.

Thursday April 21st, (In-Person): DIY Art Workshop. (finish up your Assemblage, or start anything you’d like to work on)

Saturday April 23rd, (Radio): Micro-Naut, “The A.M. Book Report” Decoding Discommunication.

Thursday April 28th, (In-Person): Artist-Panel Discussion on “You Want it How Big?” Mural-Artists Exhibition at the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts.

Saturday April 30th, (Radio): Karen Beaumont’s English Program: Music and Literature.