Monday, February 8, 2016 A national model in economic and environmental sustainability

Valley Events

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Fri, Feb 5 Night Skiing in Three Bridges Park, Urban Ecology Center (6-8pm)

Feb 6-7  Collectible All-Scale Lobby Train Exhibits, MilwaukeeDomes.org

Sat, Feb 6 Beginner Cross Country Skiing or Snowshoeing Lessons, Urban Ecology Center

Thurs, Feb 11  The Wisconsin Natural Art Show: Opening Reception, Urban Ecology Center (5-7pm)

Fri, Feb 12  Wine & Pizza Pairing, Pizzeria 3301 at Villa Palermo (7pm)

Sun, Feb 14  Hearts Under Glass, MilwaukeeDomes.org

Thurs, Feb 18  MKE Style Bike Night, H-DMuseum.com

Fri, Feb 19 Night Skiing in Three Bridges Park, Urban Ecology Center (6-8pm)

Sat, Feb 20  Turkey Under Glass Festival, MilwaukeeDomes.org

Sun, Feb 21  Steam Engine & Gardens & Gears Steampunk Day, MilwaukeeDomes.org

Thurs, Feb 25  MVBA Meeting

Sat, Feb 27  “Snowtopia – City of Snow” in Three Bridges Park, UrbanEcologyCenter.org

Sun, Feb 28  Bonsai Silhouette Show, MilwaukeeDomes.org

RECURRING EVENTS

MARCH

Fri, Mar 4  Pizza Making Lessons, Pizzeria 3301 at Villa Palermo (1:30pm)

Sat, Mar 5  Germany Under Glass Festival, MilwaukeeDomes.org

Sun, Mar 6  Irish Family Day Festival, MilwaukeeDomes.org

Thurs, Mar 10  Daytona Fever Bike Night, H-DMuseum.com

Fri, Mar 11  Wine & Pizza Pairing, Pizzeria 3301 at Villa Palermo (7pm)

Sat, Mar 12  Women’s Health & Happiness Expo, MilwaukeeDomes.org

Thurs, Mar 31 Cesar Chavez Sculpture Unveiling, Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative

APRIL

Fri, Apr 1  Pizza Making Lessons, Pizzeria 3301 at Villa Palermo (1:30pm)

Mon, Apr 4 Brewers Opening Day - print season schedule here


ABOUT MENOMONEE VALLEY PARTNERS

Since its inception in 1999, Menomonee Valley Partners, Inc. has served as the lead agency in the redevelopment of Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley. Once Wisconsin’s most visible eyesore, the Valley has been transformed, becoming a national model in economic development and environmental sustainability. 300 acres of brownfields have been developed, 39 companies have moved to the Valley, and more than 5,000 family-supporting jobs have been created. One million square feet of green buildings have been constructed and more than 60 acres of new trails and park space with 45 acres of native plants installed have led to improved wildlife habitat and water quality.                     

Click here to watch the video, A Decade of Transformation, about the story of the Menomonee Valley.

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