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The Schlitz Audubon Nature Center has welcomed Willow, an adult female Northern Saw-whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus), into their educational Raptor Program. Willow’s Story Willow comes to Schlitz Audubon from the Wisconsin Humane Society Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. She was found on a sidewalk in Shorewood, WI in October 2021 after experiencing a collision. Two residents, Genie and...
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Colectivo Coffee
Live Music at Colectivo on the Lake in the summertime. (Photo Credit: Instagram, @sophiecarolinec) Don’t you love when an independent study concludes something that you already knew? According to the ranking website Clever Real Estate, Milwaukee is the coffee capital of the USA. According to their research, Milwaukee reigns supreme at balancing affordable coffee with...
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Coffee and pen
Milwaukee With Kids is looking for a new North Suburbs Events Calendar Editor. The contract position is for 5-10 hours per month starting at $12.50 per hour. The North Suburbs Calendar Editor searches for the best family-friendly events in the North Suburbs and adds them to our Events Calendar on MKEwithKids.com. The work can be...
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New episodes are available every Thursday on all podcast platforms. Here are the episodes that are currently available: Ep. 1 — Getting ready for baby Are you ready for baby? Listen as Patrick Lehman, MD, a pediatrician from the Children’s Wisconsin Bayshore Pediatrics primary care office, advises expecting parents what they REALLY need to know, do, and...
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Old World Wisconsin
The Old World Wisconsin historical site is now fully open for families to visit throughout the summer. Visitors will experience firsthand the daily life of Wisconsin’s earliest settlers. It includes 60 restores historic structures on over 600 acres of picturesque landscapes. There are two ways to visit: Guided Journeys and Self Explore. The Guided Journeys are held on Wednesdays...
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For decades, Milwaukee was known as the ‘machine shop of the world’. Tanneries, breweries, and manufacturing plants dumped their industrial waste into the nearest river.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The legacy chemicals found deep in the river sediments, like PCBs, mercury, coal tar, and heavy metals, are still there.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ However, according to MMSD, today our rivers are much cleaner...
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This week, the FDA granted emergency use approval to Pfizer to allow the Covid-19 vaccine to be given to kids ages 12 to 15. We asked our Instagram followers, “Are you getting the COVID-19 vaccine for your kids?” Within 12 hours, we received over 100 direct responses from parents who described their current thoughts around...
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Goldfish Swim School will open at Bayshore in late 2021. Bayshore is welcoming Goldfish Swim School, the country’s premier learn-to-swim facility for kids ages four months to 12 years. The 9,130 square-foot facility is projected to open in late 2021 and will be the company’s second location in Wisconsin. The new facility will be located...
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Wisconsin State Fair is officially scheduled for August 5-15, 2021. April 28, 2021 – Wisconsin State Fair Park officials announced Wednesday that the 170th Wisconsin State Fair will take place in accordance with health guidelines at the time of the Fair, Thursday, Aug. 5 thru Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021. “In January, the Wisconsin State Fair...
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