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Real Time - First Friday Performance Series at Danceworks

Next performance: Friday, July 3rd at 8:30pm Tickets: Pay What You Can Real Time is a new performance series taking place on the first Friday of every month at Danceworks. Real Time...

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Catey Ott Dance Collective: 3rd (i) EYE Conscious

Catey Ott Dance Collective celebrates Catey Ott’s 10th year of relentless dance making, producing and performing solely as an independent artist. The company began as part of her MFA work...

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HGTV’s House Hunters Returns to Southeastern Wisconsin to Feature Flat Rate Home Services’ Employee

New Berlin, WI, May 20, 2015: AJ Fink, manager of Flat Rate Home Services, a family-owned and operated plumbing, heating and cooling company in New Berlin owned by his...

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Summer Performances at the Oak Creek Community Center

Join us for the following performances at the Oak Creek Community Center on Tuesdays June 16-July 28 from 1:30 pm-2:30pm. June 16 Ready Readers with Kidsplay Summer Reading Ready Readers! by Kidsplay...

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“The Growing Season” and Tom Nachreiner exhibitions open at Cedarburg Art Museum

Cedarburg – The Cedarburg Art Museum opens two new exhibitions to the public on June 3. “The Growing Season” features the work of two Cedarburg artists Bruce Hustad...

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Milwaukee Based Novel Shows Readers Fragile Side of Superhuman Strength

Author Terrence Damon Spencer Explores Myostatin Deficiency in New Novel Milwaukee— About the Author — Terrence Damon Spencer announced the release of his first novel “Strong”. A gripping, fictional story...

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Baseball in the Attic at Franklin Public Library

It’s that time of year again – baseball season! Franklin Public Library is proud to host owner and founder of Baseball in the Attic, Mike Orsacky, Saturday, June 6,...

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"9 and Dine" Firebird Open Golf Event

St. Martin of Tours is hosting a "9 and Dine" Golf Event at Muskego Lakes Country Club on Sunday, June 28th. Registration begins at 2:00 p.m., shotgun start at...

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All You Can Eat Breakfast Sunday, April 19th

St. Martin of Tours Parish and School will be hosting an All You Can Eat Breakfast on Sunday, April 19th from 9:00am – 12:00 noon. This wonderful breakfast will...

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Root River Theatre Company Presents "Speed-the-Plow"

Root River Theatre Company Presents: Speed-the-Plow written by David Mamet and directed by Michael Schottle Speed-the-Plow is a hilarious satire of the Hollywood movie industry, a culture as corrupt as the society...

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New York Time’s Bestselling Author to Visit the Franklin Public Library

Franklin Public Library welcomes New York Time’s Bestselling Author, Marie Bostwick Monday, April 13 at 11am in the Fadrow Room for a “Stitch & Chat Coffee Klatch.” Bostwick will do...

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All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner

St. Martin of Tours Parish and School will be hosting an All You Can Eat spaghetti dinner on Saturday, March 14th from 5:00 – 7:00pm. This wonderful dinner will...

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Lakeshore Symphonic Band Concert “Fanfares, Flicks, & Finales” Featuring Jocelyn Ridgley and Kyle Samuelson

WHO: Lakeshore Symphonic Band WHAT: Band Concert – “Fanfares, Flicks, &...

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Technology Overtaking the Youth

Providing young children with cell phones could have many benefits, pending how a child’s use and handling are controlled. Parents usually give their children phones for several reasons, including emergencies,...

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All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner

St. Martin of Tours Parish and School will be hosting an All You Can Eat spaghetti dinner on Saturday, February 21st at 5:00 pm. This wonderful dinner will have...

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Local music teacher to perform in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

My name is Bryan Kujawa and I teach private music lessons near Greenfield and in the music classroom in the West Bend School District. I am humbled to have the...

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Local Resident Stars in MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET at Sunset Playhouse

Rachel Young will perform as Elf W in MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET at Sunset Playhouse from Thursday, December 4th through Wednesday, December 31st. Sunset Playhouse is located at 800 Elm...

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Baseball Prospect heading to Creighton

Greendale Baseball Prospect to Sign with Creighton U. Greendale High School baseball prospect Ty Ramirez Jr. will play ball for the Creighton University Bluejays next year. Ramirez will sign his letter of...

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Young Greendale Resident Appears in First Stage's Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars

Young Greendale resident Ella Vitrano, 9, performs in First Stage’s world premiere SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE BAKER STREET IRREGULARS playing at the Todd Wehr Theater at the Marcus Center for the...

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Chant Claire Chamber Choir Announces Fall 2014 Concert

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Chant Claire Chamber Choir, a Milwaukee-based choir featuring skilled singers from throughout the Milwaukee area, announced that its Fall 2014 concert will be held on Saturday, December...

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Community Watch

» The Rock announces July Fourth celebration plans 7/2

» Oak Creek-Franklin parent group pushes for larger school board membership 7/1

» Oak Creek baseball team raises $2,300 for autism aid, research 6/30

» Opportunistic Franklin baseball team surges past Oak Creek 6/30

» Video: Oak Creek-Franklin flips coin to determine task force chair; parents invited to apply Updated:  6/30

» Menomonee Falls' ace Weber returns and stymies Oak Creek, 6-2 6/29

» Greendale School District appoints new director of business services 6/29

» Franklin baseball team takes advantage of walks to upset Creek, 12-8 6/27

» #RisingForCharleston Service to support victims of church shooting, request stricter gun laws 6/26

» New, accessible features at Boerner Botanical Gardens open July 28 6/26

» Forest Park Middle School named school of distinction, merit 6/26

» Oak Creek-Franklin Superintendent Sara Burmeister retires 6/25

» Oak Creek-Franklin board forms new committee to deal with school boundaries debate Updated:  6/23

» Father, son rescued from cliff at Sheridan Park in Cudahy 6/23

» Omega Burger owners in Franklin charged for violating federal tax laws 6/23

» Franklin restaurant family charged with skimming cash from restaurants 6/23

» 2015 4th of July events in suburban Milwaukee 6/22

» 13,000 people without power in Milwaukee County 6/22

» Proposed changes to Oak Creek Water and Sewer Utility Commission rejected 6/22

» Hazardous weather to hit Milwaukee Co. 6/22

» 3-on-3 tourney set for Franklin on July 25 6/19

» Greendale student elected 2015 Badger Boys State Governor 6/19

» St. Francis to provide $9.9 million to help finance apartment project 6/19

» Upcoming Culver's fundraiser to benefit local woman with cancer 6/19

» Greendale Family 4th Fest begins July 2 6/18

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