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Unique Trauma Presentation Set for May 10, 2018

On May 10, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. Brian Sales, co-founder and chief executive officer of Green Veterans, will deliver a presentation entitled Trauma Resolution Through Gardening and Urban Agriculture in Memorial Hall.

WMC Debuts Memorial Hall Renovation

We loved showing off our newly renovated Memorial Hall to event and wedding planners last month. To showcase its potential as one of Milwaukee’s premier wedding reception spaces, we also invited couples who booked the hall (or are thinking about it!) to see what the new room looks like. Many said it looked even better than the renderings!

WMC to Start Tours May 18!

Starting May 18, 2018, the War Memorial Center will offer free public tours on the third Thursday of the month at 11:00 a.m. Registration is required.

WMC Hosts Merit Badge Clinic

On March 24, the War Memorial Center hosted its second Boy Scouts of America American Heritage merit badge clinic.

Thank You David Miser and Lolita Schneiders

Thank you to David Miser and Lolita Schneiders who donated U.S military uniforms to the WMC education program.

Students Visit WMC

Students from Maple Dale Elementary School in Fox Point and St. Katherine Drexel in Beaver Dam visited the War Memorial Center in April.

Women in War Series Updates

WMC’s Women in War series held well-attended events for the screening of the documentary Lioness and a preview of the play “A Piece of My Heart.” Next Up: “The Hello Girls.”

WMC at Miller Park!

When you’re at Miller Park this season make sure you get to your seats early and you just might see the War Memorial Center featured on the huge video scoreboard!

A Piece of My Heart Play Performances
Coming to WMC April 20-29

On the heels of its well received preview on April 12th, Cooperative Performance has scheduled full performances of the award-winning play A Piece of My Heart from April 20-29, 2018 at The War Memorial Center.

Free Movie: “The Hello Girls” Set for May 3rd

Join us on May 3, 2018 for “The Hello Girls” by Wisconsin filmmaker James Theres, which tells the story of the women of the U.S. Army Signal Corps, who transferred more than 26 million calls for the U.S. Army during WWI.

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