If you’re looking for an incredible, historic downtown address for your business, the Milwaukee County War Memorial currently has a suite available for lease.
The WMC honors U.S. Army Reserves WO and Helicopter Pilot Glenn E. Nowakowski, who was killed in action on July 22, 1972 in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam.
On Feb. 13, 2017, the WMC hosted a sold-out program for more than 250 Milwaukee school students to celebrate Lincoln’s birthday and to learn about “Old Abe The War Eagle.”
We had a wonderful time hosting the Wolf Scouts last month at the WMC. The scouts worked on two requirements for their Cub Scout Duty to God Footsteps badge, while also learning about service and sacrifice to country.
As part of the War Memorial Center education program, noted local photographer Kevin Miyazaki visited Milwaukee College Prep last month to share his family’s experiences with Japanese internment during WWII.
As we enter of 60th year, it’s the perfect time to visit the WMC to see all of the improvements we’ve made continue our mission: “To Honor the Dead by Serving the Living.”
This Valentine’s Day we’re fortunate to celebrate George and Julie Mosher, who have worked to improve the lives of so many during their 50+ years together.
The War Memorial Center is is honored to host the city’s encore screening of the documentary film Almost Sunrise on March 9, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m
Help us celebrate veterans in the arts by joining us on March 2, 2017 at the War Memorial Center for the 1st Annual Veterans Light Up the Arts.
With exciting plans in the works to celebrate our 60th anniversary in 2017, we take time to reflect on the transformative impact on the War Memorial Center from our local foundations and corporations.