Saturday, Dec. 12 The Milwaukee Wave are partnering with The Salvation Army and Fox 6 in a hat and mitten drive at its home game against Philadelphia. Bring hats and mittens to the U.S. Cellular Arena for that game, and when the Wave score their first goal, toss them over the glass and onto the field. Representatives from The Salvation Army will collect the items and distribute them to families in need this winter. The Salvation Army will also bring their iconic red kettles to the arena that day, allowing fans to donate cash to their cause.
Saturday, Dec. 12 Community Warehouse, 521 S. 9th St. in Milwaukee will host a health fair
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The fair will provide information about various illnesses as well as health resources available to the community. Walker’s Point Clinic will perform blood pressure tests, and representatives from the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, Alzheimer’s Association of Southeast Wisconsin, Community Advocates’ Health Care, Grand Avenue Club, Independence First, 16th Street Community Health Clinic, and Wisconsin Well Woman Program will attend the fair. Free food and live music will be available during the event.
Sunday, Dec. 20 Emmy Award-Winning New York City-based RWS and Associates Entertainment Inc., will bring Bob the Builder’s live stage show “A Whole Lot of Buildin’ Goin On” to West Bend at Fair Park Elementary school to celebrate Fair Park’s Building Blocks of Learning. All proceeds directly benefit the Fair Park Elementary School music program. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Advance tickets are available at M&I Banks West Bend Locations. For more information please call Terri Kramer at 262-335-7749.
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