6 Things to Do This Weekend (March 13-15, 2020)

Six businesses and events to explore in Milwaukee’s Black community.

Wine Down with Candle Making

3536 W Fond Du Lac Ave

Enjoy candle making with Sensational Flames and allow Vibez Creative Arts Space to help you unwind with a great wine tasting experience. Located in Sherman Phoenix.

Saturday 7PM

FNL On The Bayou

2053 N MLK Dr.

Join On the Bayou for Friday Night Live for live music from different genres and styles!

Friday 6PM – 9PM

Historically Black College Alumni Awards Gala

11600 W Park Pl

Join HBCU Alumni United as they honor HBCU alumni who are making important contributions across the state of Wisconsin. This evening of dinner and dancing helps raise funds for scholarships to aid to Wisconsin students in attending HBCUs. Located in the Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Northwest Conference Center.

Friday 6PM

The Next 48 Gospel Comedy Tour

6090 N 35th St

The Next 48 Gospel Comedy Tour is a clean comedy tour that God showed Comedian Tony K in a vision to share his testimony how he was given 48hr to live after a life threatening situation of needing a liver transplant. This tour is to encourage, give hope and to bring awareness of the importance of being a organ and tissue donor. You don’t want to miss this hilarious comedy tour that will leave you laughing along with a powerful testimony. Remember, laughter is like medicine.

Located in Temple Mason Church.

Saturday 6PM – 8:30PM

The Reggae Hip-Hop Lounge Launch Party

520 E Center St

Join Club Timbuktu for a special night of sounds of Reggae and Hip Hop together for an unforgettable time! Sounds by DJ the Jenius Daleshontai Jene Tate.

Friday 9PM

African Dancing w/ Sumeya: A Fundraiser for Refugees in Kampala

2701 N MLK Dr.

To show appreciation for all the women in the world Harambee community resident Sumeya Osman is hosting an African Dancing party at Center Street Wellness. Come learn traditional African dancing while enjoying snacks, drinks, music, and community. Your donation will do directly to benefit the Refugees in Kampala (Uganda).

Saturday 2PM – 5PM

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Published by Paul Wellington

Lover of Architecture and LEGO Architecture.

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