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Clarke Square Neighborhood News
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See what's been happening on César E Chávez Drive these past few years, and plan your next visit there to shop or just spend time. Read up on upcoming events in Clarke Square including monthly Clarke Square Resident Association meetings and Bloom & Groom!
¡Aprende sobre lo que está pasando en la Calle César E Chávez y planea su próxima visita para hacer compras o simplemente pasar tiempo! ¡Lea sobre eventos que tomarán lugar en el vecindario como reuniones de la Asociación de Residentes de Clarke Square y "Bloom & Groom"!
WANT YOUR EVENT ON THE CALENDAR? HERE'S HOW TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN:
Call Lee at (414) 647-0548, ext. 111 OR Send a calendar invitation via e-mail to: ClarkeSquare21@gmail.com
Year Round in Clarke Square
Mitchell Park Conservatory
Experience a desert oasis, a tropical jungle and special floral gardens . . . all in one afternoon . . . and an amazing lighting display in the evening! The incredible diversity of plantlife you will encounter reminds us all of the Earth's unique diversity of plant and animal species so very vital to our own survival.
Established in 1969, Journey House is grounded in the philosophy that "Education is a Family Journey." We embody this belief through our mission of working with the community utilizing a self-help philosophy in order to increase education, reduce unemployment and crime, strengthen families, and revitalize neighborhoods.
Take your little ones to play at the Tot Lots in the Milwaukee County Parks. The Tot Lots are designed so that children with disabilities have easier access and use of the equipment--and more interaction with other kids. All new playgrounds have resilient foundations. Some of the Tot Lots are within the fenced pool areas of a park.
ECCO After School Program Ascension Luthern Church
Epic Center Community Organization (ECCO) is a direct response to the neighborhood residents that seek after school activities and out-of-school academic achievements. ECCO began programming in the beginning of 2013 as a community organization that offers a structured environment that cultivates the mind and body by incorporating programs geared towards community needs. The purpose is to take the youth off the streets and provide a safe and structured environment. It gives them a place to gather and socialize.