Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:47 am
- Wednesday, Jan. 18 Women’s Focus will host a luncheon at Ozaukee Country Club, 10823 North River Road in Mequon beginning at 11:30, with speaker Leonard Price. Peace is the Public Affairs Specialist for the Milwaukee Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He joined the FBI in October of 2007. In his role, he is responsible for managing daily media inquiries regarding FBI matters throughout the state of Wisconsin. Through the FBI’s Community Outreach Program (COP), Peace is responsible for educating the community about FBI programs, priorities and responsibilities, improving understanding and building partnerships between the FBI and minority, ethnic, community-based, industry groups, organizations and members of the general public. Cost to attend is $20. Reservations can be made by going to www.womensfocus.org or by e-mailing to email@example.com.
- Wednesday, Jan. 18 The Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee, in partnership with Cardinal Stritch University will host a 4-part career and personal brand building seminar. Facilitator, Nelson Soler takes the concept of personal branding in-depth to improve your image and impact as a professional. The series starts Wednesday, January 18 and continues February 1, 15 and 29th. During the seminar, attendees will assess their personal brand, examine how their brand contributes to or inhibits career advancement and develop a unique brand platform that will help drive success. The seminar will be held at Catholic Financial Life, 1100 W. Wells St., Milwaukee, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays Jan. 18, Feb. 1, Feb. 15, and Feb. 29. Cost to attend is $165 for Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee or Cardinal Stritch Alumni and $275 for the general public. To register, click here.
- Thursday, Jan. 19 Northwoods Software president and founder Patrick Bieser will present on the development of a company intranet at Northwoods Software headquarters, 4600 West Schroeder Drive in Brown Deer from 8 to 10 a.m. The workshop will feature a design tour where attendees will get a rare inside-look at many local and national Intranets. You’ll learn about today’s best practices and guidelines for design, governance, usability, search, content, content management and training.
Friday, Jan. 20 The University Wisconsin Milwaukee will host a workshop entitled “iOS5: Fundamentals of Programming the iPhone and iPad in room N146 at Lubar Hall, 3202 N. Maryland Ave. The full day workshop runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is presented by the Center for Technology Innovation at UWM’s Lubar School of Business.
Attendees will learn how to take advantage of iOS’s new features, including automatic reference counting and storyboards to quickly create simple iOS applications. The focus will be on Xcode and other Apple developer tools. Attendees also will learn to write code using Objective-C and to design interfaces using a GUI tool that is now part of Xcode.
Presenter Daniel Steinberg has been programming the iPhone and iPad since their SDKs first appeared in beta and in Mac OS X many years before. He is co-author of “iPad Programming: A Quick-Start Guide for iPhone Developers”, and author of “Cocoa Programming,” both from Pragmatic Programmers. Steinberg presents iPhone and Cocoa training for the Pragmatic Studio and consults through his company, Dim Sum Thinking Inc. The cost for the workshop is $145. For more information or to register online, visit http://www.cti.sba.uwm.edu
- Tuesday, Jan. 31 Waukesha County Technical College will host a breakfast program on Access to Capital in Waukesha County at the WCTC Richard T. Anderson Education Center, 800 Main St. Pewaukee from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Attendees will learn about new developments in local, regional and state of Wisconsin financing incentives/programs available to Waukesha County businesses including the newly launched Waukesha County Small Business Leverage Loan Program. Cost to attend is $15 and includes handouts and a continental breakfast. For more information or to register click here.
- Tuesday, Jan. 31 The Milwaukee Press Club will host the 166th annual Milwaukee City Birthday Party at the Grain Exchange Building, 225 E. Michigan St, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. This year, the event will celebrate Milwaukee’s status as a ‘Big League City.’ In addition to the championship performances of Milwaukee’s professional and college sports teams, the city boasts big league business, arts, and nonprofits. The Press Club also will unveil the Big League City MVP Contest that will lead up to the annual City of Milwaukee Birthday Party. The party will feature gourmet food stations by Bartolotta Catering and a city birthday cake. Cost to attend is $25. To register to attend, visit www.milwaukeepressclub.org.
- Saturday, Feb. 11 Sprecher Brewery will be transformed into Lou Zar’s Speakeasy for a 1920’s Valentine’s Day murder mystery dinner. The event will begin with a brewery tour followed by a 3-course themed dinner complete with Sprecher beers and gourmet sodas. During the dinner someone in the “family” gets murdered, mobsters appear and comic mayhem ensues. Guests are encouraged to hone their sleuthing skills because the killer could be anyone in the room. Tour will begin at 5 p.m. followed by the dinner at 5:30 and a cash bar from 8 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $60 per person and seating is limited. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 414.964.2739. Period costumes are encouraged. Additional information can be found online at: www.sprecherbrewery.com.