Power Down Week, July 7-14
by Zahner of Transition Milwaukee
“Reduce your carbon footprint and do it together!”
Transition Milwaukee will host the fourth annual Power Down Week, a series of events held throughout the city designed to build community while using less energy. From July 7 through July 14, individuals and organizations will participate in teaching do-it-yourself skills and workshops that incorporate less reliance on fossil fuels. Last year neighborhoods hosted a “kalegate” party, clothing swap, general fix-it gathering, honey-tasting, contra dance, homemade personal care products workshop, and many other group gatherings.
JUN 1-30 RIVERWEST CO-OP CAFÉ, 733 E Clarke, Jesse Graves: Mudstencils on Panel (see ad Page 10)
JUN1-OCT 13 HISTORIC WALKING TOURS: Downtown, Third Ward, Brady St & North Point (historicmilwaukee.org)
JUN 3-7 LYNDEN SCULPTURE GARDEN: Siting, Placement & Flow Workshop (see ad page 2)
JUN 13-27 CITY HALL ROTUNDA, 200 E Wells, EXHIBIT: Standing on Their Shoulders: Memories of Bronzeville
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