Results tagged with 'Parks'
Published Jan. 27, 2019
A proposal to secure a permanent historic designation for Washington Park has evolved from what was initially called "an awkward situation" into a conversation about how public land should be used, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Nov. 8, 2018
Last year, college student Joe Franke and founder of ActivakeMKE, put together a team to renovate the two ragged basketball courts at Tiefenthaler Park in the Midtown neighborhood. We went back to take a look now that the "floor" of one of the two courts has been painted, following a design by Steve Kodis.
Published Oct. 22, 2018
Driving around Milwaukee on Sunday morning, there were a lot of tree branches, large and small, to be seen, victims of heavy winds the day before, when our first snowflakes appeared, too. The worst victim I've heard about so far was along the path in Lake Park that runs along Lake Drive on the upper East Side.
Published Oct. 3, 2018
One day after the City of Milwaukee and members of the Green Bay Packers cut the ribbon on the new Galena Park Playground at 31st and Galena, built in partnership with MKE Plays, Milwaukee Recreation has announced a groundbreaking event that will kick off renovations at a trio of Milwaukee playfields.
Published Aug. 22, 2018
Whether you're interested in escaping to the great outdoors for education, physical exertion or quiet contemplation, there's something for everyone at these lesser-known state parks. So avoid the crowds and take the road less traveled at these six Wisconsin State Parks.
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