There is so much going on! Please, add events you are excited about.
I am envisioning more of an “at a glance” type format, wherein it is easy to see what is going on when.
I am thinking maybe a sentence or a couple of sentences if description is necessary, and then use of links
to provide other relevant information… hmmm… In the course of searching for events, I found this calendar
that I never knew about before: http://www.wisconline.com.

Highlights

Wildspace Dance Company at the new Chimney Park Greenspace - September 19 & 20 - 7:30 pm
The Wisconline.com description says (among other things): “A mix of dance, vertical movement and performance that ventures in, on and around the park’s towering chimneys and the 35th Street viaduct. Featuring company dancers and Milwaukee Turners’ Park climbing group. A pre-show talk with historian and author John Gurda will accompany both performances.” $35 premium seating, $25 adults, $15 seniors and students, $5 lawn seating. Chimney Park, W Canal St in the Menomonee Valley, MKE. Call 414–271–0712.

Eddee Daniel’s Urban Wilderness Project - through September 27
We’ve got what seems to me a remarkable amount of nature in this city—there are many areas where suddenly, just off the city street, one finds oneself suddenly, surprisingly engulfed in a pocket (larger or smaller) of nature. Eddee Daniels captures the magic of this feeling in his photographs.

View some of the photos here: http://www.eddeedaniel.com/a_news.html
More info about the Urban Ecology Center and its many programs and events at http://www.urbanecologycenter.org

FIRST ANNUAL GATHERING of the Growing Food and Justice For All Initiative - September 19 – 21
http://www.growingpower.org/conference.htm
‘’Tommy Thompson Youth Center, WI State Fairgrounds
Milwaukee, Wisconsin’‘

Fall in Love with Orchids 2008 - September 20 – 21
Mitchell Park Domes, 524 S. Layton Blvd.

2008 Tomato Romp - September 20
East North Avenue (Between Oakland and Farwell)

Riverwest ArtWalk - October 4 & 5

(See, also, the great film lineup at the UWM Union Theatre
http://www.aux.uwm.edu/Union/events/theatre/. Relaxing atmosphere, many movies you won’t see elsewhere—many of which are free)

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