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1/10 YOUTH OF THE YEAR

Benefits the Salvation Army of Milwaukee County. This program provides an average of 5,000 coats to children in Milwaukee. Coats are picked up at various sites throughout the city. 414-302-4300, samilwaukee.org.

Benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. Join us to celebrate the Clubs’ Youth of the Year members who have achieved academic success and are active in the community. 2739 N. 15th St., 414-267-8158, boysgirlsclubs.org/ events.aspx.

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1/10 MCGOVERN PARK SENIOR

DINETTES Benefits Schauer Arts & Activities Center. A musical tribute to life by the roadside! The “Pump Boys” sell high octane on Highway 57 in Grand Ole Opry country and the “Dinettes,” Prudie and Rhetta Cupp, run the Double Cupp diner next door. Show times vary by date. $38 per standard, $41 per premium. 147 N. Rural St., Hartford, 262-670-0560, schauercenter.org.

1/8 CLINTON ROSE SENIOR

CENTER FRIENDS LAUNCH Benefits Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc. Senior Center Friends continue to have an impact at the Senior Center. Join us as we launch the third year of Friends giving back to the center. Refreshments will be served. 12:15 p.m. 3045 N. Martin Luther King Dr., 414-263-2255, home.interfaithmilw.org/ sc/friends.

1/8 KELLY SENIOR CENTER

FRIENDS LAUNCH Benefits Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc. Senior Center Friends continue to have an impact at the Senior Center. Join us as we launch the third year of Friends giving back to the center. Refreshments will be served. 12:30 p.m. 6100 S. Lake Dr., Cudahy, 414-481-9611, home. interfaithmilw.org/sc/friends.

1/9 WILSON SENIOR CENTER

FRIENDS LAUNCH Benefits Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc. Senior Center Friends continue to have an impact at the Senior Center. Join us as we launch the third year of Friends giving back to the center. Refreshments will be served. 10 a.m. 2601 W. Howard Ave., 414-282-5566, home.interfaithmilw. org/sc/friends.

1/9 WASHINGTON PARK

SENIOR CENTER FRIENDS LAUNCH Benefits Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc. Senior Center Friends continue to have an impact at the Senior Center. Join us as we launch the third year of Friends giving back to the center. Refreshments will be served. 12:15 p.m. 4420 W. Vliet St., 414-9332332, home.interfaithmilw.org/sc/friends.

CENTER FRIENDS LAUNCH Benefits Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc. Senior Center Friends continue to have an impact at the Senior Center. Join us as we launch the third year of Friends giving back to the center. Refreshments will be served. 12:30 p.m. 4500 W. Custer Ave., 414-527-0990, home.interfaithmilw.org/sc/friends.

1/19 LAUGH IT UP MILWAUKEE 2013: STAND UP TO BULLYING Benefits Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center. An evening with comedians Richard Lewis and Susie Essman from HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” 7:30 p.m. $125 per person. 6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Whitefish Bay, 414-964-4444, jccmilwaukee.org. 1/21 16TH ANNUAL DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BREAKFAST Benefits YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee. The 16th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast gathers community and state leaders for the largest MLK Day event in the state of Wisconsin. 7 a.m. $30 per person, $300 per table of 10. Preregistration is required. 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414274-0755, ymcamke.org. 1/24 PUTTIN’ ON THE RITZ

Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Cocktails, dinner and auction. 6 p.m. $200 per person, $2,000 per corporate table sponsorship of eight. 1721 W. Canal St., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org.

1/24 - 1/26 30TH ANNUAL MS

SNOWMOBILE TOUR Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyWisconsin Chapter. Join us in one of Wisconsin’s best and longest-running snowmobiling events benefiting those with MS. You won’t want to miss the ride or camaraderie of nearly 200 fellow snowmobile enthusiasts. $45 registration fee (nonrefundable), $650 minimum fundraising commitment. 42225 Telemark Rd., Cable, 262-369-4400, eventwig.nationalmssociety.org.

1/25 RESTAURANTS UNDER

GLASS Benefits Friends of the Domes. Great date night out! Twenty

of Milwaukee’s finest restaurants offer samples of their award-winning menus. 6:30 p.m. $30 per person. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-257-5600, milwaukeedomes.org.

1/26 TARTAN BASH 2013

Benefits Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation, Inc. The Tartan Bash is a social event that provides an opportunity for all members of the MequonThiensville community to join together to celebrate excellence in education and to raise funds. 12400 N. Ville du Parc Dr., Mequon, 262-238-5697, mtef.org.

1/26 WBCS PINK TIE GALA

Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Enjoy an evening of dancing and dining in Lake Country to support breast cancer and prostate cancer research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Reservations required. 5:30 p.m. $125 per person, sponsorships available. 415 Genesee St., Delafield, 262-646-8100, visitdelafield.org/event-calendar/ pink-tie-gala.

1/26 OOMPA PAWS, THE POLKA PARTY FOR HAWS Benefits Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Door prizes, silent auction, live music, food and drink. Come polka your paws off for the pets! This is one party you don’t want to miss. 7 p.m. $20 in advance, $30 at door, $180 per VIP tables. Hwy. 18 and Hwy. 83, Genesee, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org. 1/26 19TH ANNUAL POETRY MARATHON & BENEFIT Benefits Woodland Pattern Book Center. Over 100 local and regional poets, writers and performers. Each participant presents five minutes of work to a packed house and collects at least $35 in pledges to support Woodland Pattern programming for the coming year. $6-8 per person, free for those sponsoring a reader for $35 or more. 720 E. Locust St., 414-263-5001, woodlandpattern.org. 1/26 THE CRYSTAL BALL – 15 YEARS OF THEATRE MAGIC Benefits In Tandem Theatre. This spectacular evening will feature special live entertainment, hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, champagne, full cash bar, music and dancing, raffle and silent auction. 6 p.m. $50 per person. 628 N. 10th St., 414271-1371, intandemtheatre.org. 2/2 BEASTLY BOWL-A-THON

Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Entry fee includes three games of bowling, shoe rental, munchies

and entry into door-prize drawing. Bowling sessions at 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. $20 per adult (ages 11 and older), $10 per child (ages 10 and younger), $5 per nonbowling guest. 11737 W. Burleigh St., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org.

2/2 GREAT LAKES PET EXPO

Benefits Alliance of Wisconsin Animal Rehoming Efforts. This is a familyfriendly event! Visit the reptile exhibit. Meet the adoptable puppies, dogs, kittens, bunnies, ferrets, birds, etc. Plenty of entertainment and lots of shopping for you or your pet. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. $6 per adult, $5 per adult with canned food contribution, free for children under 12. 640 S. 84th St., West Allis, 414840-7411, petexpomilwaukee.com.

2/5 COPE – FROM THE HEART LUNCHEON Benefits COPE Services. This year’s event opens with a unique raffle and guest speaker Sue McKenzie, co-director at Rogers InHealth, Rogers Behavioral Health System, who will be presenting “Broken Hearts,” a unique approach to heart health exploring how hearts break and how they heal and flourish. 11 a.m. $50 per person. 10823 N. River Rd., Mequon, 262-377-1477, copeservices.org. 2/7 WINES AND BEERS OF THE WORLD Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Sample wines and beers, try dozens of gourmet treats and view primates, including gorillas, bonobos, orangutans and more. 6 p.m. VIP entry, 7 p.m. general admission. $40 per members, $50 per nonmembers; $50 VIP members, $60 VIP nonmembers. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org. 2/7 GERMANTOWN

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP FUND DINNER & AUCTION Benefits Germantown Community Scholarship Fund. Sponsored by Dental Professionals, the event includes dinner, verbal and silent auctions and a variety of raffles. Proceeds from the Dinner & Auction fund the many scholarships awarded by GCSF in the spring of 2013. 5 p.m. $60 per person, $650 per VIP table of 10. N111 W18611 Mequon Rd., Germantown, 414-690-0158, germantownscholarship.org.

2/7 EXEC CONNECT Benefits

Meta House. Exec Connect is a one-hour update for stakeholders to connect with what’s happening programmatically and financially at Meta House. 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 4:30-5:30 p.m. Location TBD, 414977-5807, metahouse.org.

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3/3 MILWAUKEE FESTIVAL

BRASS CONCERT Benefits Hunger Task Force. Milwaukee Festival Brass presents “A Time for Peace.” A discounted admission is offered to all who bring two or more nonperishable items to the concert. 3 p.m. $12 per adult, $9 per senior (ages 60 and over) or student, discount advance tickets also available. 20275 Davidson Rd., Brookfield, 414-423-9760, mfbrass.org.

3/3 WOMEN FOR MACC’S

PASTA FEST Benefits Women for MACC. A family event featuring delicious pasta dinner, lively musical entertainment, clowns, celebrity guest appearances and exciting raffle prizes. 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave., womenformacc.org.

3/14 MATCH DAY 2013 Benefits Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Online fundraising event supporting 21 Milwaukee-area basic needs agencies. Gifts will be matched proportionately by each agency. All day $10 minimum donation. Online, 414-272-5805, matchdaymke.org. 3/16 MIDNIGHT IN PARIS – BEL

CANTO CHORUS ANNUAL GALA Benefits Bel Canto Chorus. A French-inspired evening featuring silent and live auctions, dinner and live entertainment. 5:30 p.m. $150 per person, $1,750 per patron table of 10. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-481-8801, belcanto.org.

3/8 - 3/10 27TH ANNUAL USED BOOK SALE Benefits Friends of the Elm Grove Library. 15,000+ books, CDs, videos, DVDs and vinyl! Extra good cookbook selection this year. Times vary by date. Free for members, $10 for a membership. 13600 Juneau Blvd., Elm Grove, 262-782-6717, friendsofelmgrovelibrary.org.

3/17 EXTREME MAKEOVER: HAWS EDITION Benefits Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Watch local groomers compete using HAWS’ adoptable dogs for their canvases. See the transformation from shelter dog to star! Win prizes, shop the pet product vendors and learn grooming tips from the pros. Noon-4 p.m. Free. 701 Northview Rd., Waukesha, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org.

3/9 19TH ANNUAL IRISH

3/21 AWEAR FASHION SHOW

EVE Benefits Cedarburg Cultural Center. Have a rollicking good time celebrating Irish heritage and culture with traditional Irish fare, dance and music featuring Frogwater. 6 p.m. $40 per person. W62 N546 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, 262-375-3676, cedarburgculturalcenter.org.

3/9 2013 STRONG KIDS

DINNER AUCTION Benefits YMCA at Pabst Farms. Money raised at the Strong Kids Dinner Auction supports membership, childcare and program participation at the YMCA at Pabst Farms for individuals and families in our community. 5:30 p.m. 4668 Lake Club Circle, Oconomowoc, 262-567-7251, ymcaatpabstfarms.org.

3/9 ALS EVENING OF HOPE

Benefits ALS Association Wisconsin Chapter. A black-tie dinner, dance and auction (live and silent) benefiting research into the cause of and cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. 5:30 p.m. $175 per person. 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 262-784-5257, beatals.org.

3/9 17TH ANNUAL JDRF GALA

Benefits JDRF Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. Presenting Elements of Hope – Fire & Ice Gala. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres during silent auction, followed by dinner, live auction, Fund A Cure and entertainment. 6 p.m. Sponsorships starting at $2,000. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-453-4673, jdrf.org/sewi.

3/9 BLARNEY RUN/WALK

Benefits Wauwatosa Historical Society. The Blarney Run/Walk is a 5K run or two-mile walk that supports the activities of the Wauwatosa Historical Society. 11:30 a.m. 10602 Underwood Pkwy., Wauwatosa, 414-774-8672, wauwatosahistoricalsociety.org.

Benefits Sojourner Family Peace Center. Get a sneak peak of the season’s hottest fashions and help us raise awareness and reveal the truth about domestic violence. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, a cocktail reception, silent and live auctions and more before a runway fashion show featuring local celebrities and the area’s most stylish retailers. 5 p.m. 400 W. Canal St., 414-276-1911, familypeacecenter.org.

3/22 WINE, BEER &

CHOCOLATE TASTING Benefits St. Francis Children’s Center. Sample decadent chocolates, fine wines and specialty beer. A silent auction, raffle, jazz music and hors d’oeuvres complete the evening. Proceeds support children with special needs. 7 p.m. $50 per advance ticket, $45 for parties of 10 or more, $60 at door. (Must be 21 or older to attend.) 6700 N. Port Washington Rd., 414-351-0450, sfcckids.org.

3/22 THE BIG FRIDAY NIGHT

AUCTION “CRACKS THE CASE!” Benefits Wisconsin Lutheran High School. A lively evening beginning with a silent auction featuring unique gifts, followed by dinner and verbal auction. 5 p.m. 2810 Golf Rd., Pewaukee, 414-453-4567, wlhs.org.

3/23 2013 FIGHT FOR AIR

CLIMB Benefits American Lung Association in Wisconsin. A unique fitness challenge where those with a competitive spirit climb 1,034 steps up the US Bank Center. Participants can climb at their own pace, as an individual or team. 7 a.m. ultimate climb, 8 a.m. standard climb. $25 per person, $40 per ultimate climb, $100 fundraising minimum required for each climber in addition to the registration fee. 777 E. Wisconsin Ave., 262-703-4200, fightforairclimb.org.

Pets and people alike enjoyed Elmbrook Humane Society’s Wine & Whiskers 2012.

3/23 AUTISM GALA Benefits Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin. Please join us for cocktails and dinner at the elegant Pfister Hotel. The money raised at this event benefits those who are impacted by autism in our community. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-427-9345, assew.org. 3/23 A TASTE OF MARDI GRAS Benefits Milwaukee Choristers. Enjoy casino games, wine, oil and cheese tastings, raffles and silent auction items. Plus, don’t miss Milwaukee Choristers’ Got Talent. 6:30 p.m. $40 per person. 2900 N. Menomonee River Pkwy., milwaukeechoristers.org.

3/23 MILWAUKEE

MONTESSORI SCHOOL ANNUAL GALA Benefits Milwaukee Montessori School. This year’s gala will feature live and silent auctions and a seated dinner, including complementary wine and beer. 6 p.m. $80 per person. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., milwaukee-montessori.org.

3/24 2013 HOSPITAL FOOD FIGHT Benefits Stillwaters Cancer Support Services. In this fun-filled competition, local hospitals and healthcare systems will compete for the title of “Best Hospital Food in Wisconsin.” Guests will also enjoy samples, children’s games and more! 1-4 p.m. $40 per person. 2810 Golf Rd., Pewaukee, 262548-9148, hospitalfoodfight.com. 3/24 LUMBERJACK BRUNCH

Benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. All-you-can-eat brunch and fun activities on 300+ acre camp grounds. W294 N8436 Camp Whitcomb Rd., Hartland, 414-267-8158, campwhitcombmason.org.

4/6 TOMATO DODGEBALL

– ADULT IMPROV COMEDY Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This FUNdraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation starts with food and drink for purchase followed by the improv comedy of McMann & Tate. 6 p.m. $10-$14 per person. W62 N546 Washington

Ave., Cedarburg, 262-375-3676, cedarburgculturalcenter.org.

4/12 CIRCLE OF WOMEN

Benefits YWCA Southeast Wisconsin. The YWCA is the oldest and largest organization in the world run by women, for women. The annual Circle of Women luncheon helps to broaden awareness and support for our programs. At the luncheon, guests hear testimonies from women whose lives have been changed through our many programs. Thanks to our generous sponsors, every dollar raised at the luncheon goes directly to supporting programs such as transitional housing for homeless mothers, job-skill training for lowincome individuals and GED tutoring and testing. 11:30 a.m. $125 minimum donation suggested. 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-267-3220, ywcasew.org.

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GREASE IS THE WORD Benefits Maple Dale-Indian Hill Educational Foundation. This year the Benefit Bash is inspired by the movie Grease! There will be food and drinks, music and dancing, live and silent auctions. Fun for everyone and a good cause. 7 p.m. $40 per person, $70 per couple. 6200 W. Good Hope Rd., 414-4051611, facebook.com/mdihbenefit.bash.

4/13 2013 JOURNEY HOUSE GALA & AUCTION Benefits Journey House children and families. The evening will include a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception, raffle, silent auction, live auction and dinner. 5:30 p.m. $125 per person, $250 per table, $1,500 per table of 10. 1721 W. Canal St., 414-647-0548, journeyhouse.org.

4/13 GERMAN IMMERSION FOUNDATION SILENT AUCTION Benefits German Immersion Foundation. Annual silent auction for German Immersion Foundation to help support MPS, Milwaukee German Immersion School and the Milwaukee School of Languages. Open to all. Tickets available online. 631 E. Chicago St., germanimmersionfoundation.org.

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CharitableEvents2013 4/18 INSPIRE BY EXAMPLE VOLUNTEER CELEBRATION Benefits Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, Inc. This event honors the wonderful contributions volunteers make to the community. Meet and greet nonprofit and corporate volunteer stars, enjoy lunch and celebrate the joys of giving. Noon-1 p.m. $40 per person, $800 per corporate table. 631 E. Chicago St., 414344-3933, volunteermilwaukee.org. 4/18 WISCONSIN BUSINESS HALL OF FAME™ INDUCTION CEREMONY AND BENEFIT DINNER Benefits Junior Achievement of Wisconsin. Join honorary committee chair Betsy Brenner, president and publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, at this prestigious event. Network with the state’s most influential leaders and learn the secrets of success from this year’s esteemed inductees. 5:15 p.m. Individual tickets, table sponsorships and other levels are available. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414577-3800, wisconsin.ja.org. 4/18 ANNUAL GARDENS LUNCHEON Benefits Center for Communication, Hearing & Deafness. Annual luncheon to benefit CCHD’s programs for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Featuring guest speaker Helene Pizzi, an internationally renowned rose expert, artist, author and lecturer. 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $65 per person, corporate tables and sponsorships are available. 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414-604-2200, cchdwi.org. 4/19 LEGENDS BREAKFAST

Benefits Junior Achievement of Wisconsin. Share breakfast and networking followed by stories from a true Wisconsin entrepreneur and business legend. Connect with this year’s icon as you learn about his or her personal trials and professional triumphs. 7 a.m. Individual tickets, table sponsorships and other levels are available. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414577-3800, wisconsin.ja.org.

4/20 A FASHIONABLE AFFAIR Benefits American Association of University Women Education Foundation. Luncheon, style show and silent auction sponsored by AAUW’s West Suburban Milwaukee Branch. Provides financial support to women continuing their education.   10:15 a.m. 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262782-7482, aauw-wi.org.

Partygoers twist and shout at the Milwaukee Art Museum during Bal du Lac 2012.

that everyone will be talking about! Proceeds support artistic and education programs at The Rep. 6 p.m. $300 per person, $3,000 per table, $5,000 per corporate sponsor. 108 E. Wells St., 414290-5347, milwaukeerep.com/support/ events.htm.

4/20 KATHY’S HOUSE 2013 GALA Benefits Kathy’s House. Kathy’s House is dedicated to providing lodging and a supportive environment for patients and their caregivers during their stay in Milwaukee. It’s a “home away from home” for patients of all ages. The Gala will feature a short program, silent auction and voice auction. Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-4538290, kathys-house.org. 4/21 WALK MS: BROWN

COUNTY Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 665 Grant St., De Pere, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/21 FLAVORS OF WISCONSIN

4/20 MILWAUKEE OYSTER ROAST Benefits The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The evening features all-you-can-eat steamed South Carolina oysters, delicious Southern cuisine, live music, silent auction and much more! Stick around for drinks and dancing. 6 p.m. $100 per person. 400 W. Canal St., 262-785-4273, milwaukeeoysterroast.org.

Benefits American Liver Foundation. Twenty chefs will join Flavors of Wisconsin to prepare a five-course meal tableside for a table of 10, 12 or 20 while complementing each course with a specially selected wine or beverage. 4:309:30 p.m. $250 per person, $3,000-$7,500 for sponsorships. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-763-3435, liverfoundation.org/ chapters/wisconsin.

4/20 THE REP’S ANNUAL

4/22 SCHOLARSHIP BENEFIT

GALA Benefits Milwaukee Repertory Theater. This event features a silent auction, entertainment, specially created dinner, live auction and late-night party

CONCERT Benefits String Academy of Wisconsin Scholarship Fund. A onehour concert featuring String Academy of Wisconsin students, immediately

followed by post-concert reception. The 2012 Arts Leadership Award will also be presented. 7 p.m. $30 per person. 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd., 414-963-4729, stringacademyofwisconsin.org.

4/23 A PASSION FOR FASHION –FASHION SHOW AND LUNCHEON Benefits Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation Breast Health Centers. This afternoon of fun and fashion includes lunch and a fashion show featuring clothing from Bruce Paul Goodman. 11 a.m. $65 per person, sponsorships are available. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., supportcsm.org. 4/25 BRIGHT LIGHT, BIG

DREAMS Benefits Lad Lake. Join us to celebrate the scholarships and success stories of Lad Lake’s own impassioned youth – help us shine a light on Milwaukee’s future! 5800 N. Bayshore Dr., Glendale, 262-965-2131, ladlake.org.

4/26 ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON Benefits The Women’s Center. Speaker Anne Ream, founder of The Voices and Faces Project, brings the testimony of survivors of sexual violence and trafficking to public attention. 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $60 per person. 631 E. Chicago St., 262-522-3805, twcwaukesha.org. 4/26 ZOOTASTIC! Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. This exclusive, family-oriented event will feature animal experiences, exciting crafts, refreshments and entertainment. Families can spend quality time together as they follow their map to various spots around the Zoo. 5 p.m. $75 per family of four, $15 per child (ages 12 and under), $25 per adult (ages 13 and over). 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org.

4/26 A DAY FOR META HOUSE Benefits Meta House. Meta House’s annual fundraising event to raise unrestricted funds to support the women and children at Meta House. Times vary. 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-9775807, metahouse.org. 4/27 23RD ANNUAL SPRING

SPLENDOR Benefits Community Memorial Foundation. Includes silent and voice auctions, raffles, dinner and much more. Proceeds directly benefit the Emergency Room/Trauma at Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls. 5:30 p.m. $150 per person. 1 Brewers Way, 262-257-3761, communitymemorialfoundation.org.

4/27 WALK MS: WAUSAU

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 1000 Imperial Ave., Rothschild, 262-369-4400, walkms.wisconsin.org.

4/27 WALK MS: EAU CLAIRE

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 105 Garfield Ave., Eau Claire, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/27 WALK MS: LA CROSSE

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease

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and moves research forward. 300 Front St., La Crosse, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/27 WALK MS: LAKE

COUNTRY Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. Location TBD, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

S. Lake Dr., Cudahy, 414-481-9611, home.interfaithmilw.org.

4/28 WALK MS: SHEBOYGAN

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 725 Blue Harbor Dr., Sheboygan, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.og.

4/27 WALK MS: MENOMONEE FALLS Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. W142 N8101 Merrimac Dr., Menomonee Falls, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/28 WALK MS: PLATTEVILLE

4/27 ELM GROVE JUNIOR

4/28 WALK MS: MARSHFIELD

GUILD’S TREE OF GIVING GALA Benefits local women’s and children’s charities and the community of Elm Grove. The Elm Grove Junior Guild invites you to our 47th annual auction fundraiser to benefit charities supporting the women and children of southeastern Wisconsin as well as the community of Elm Grove. 6 p.m. $80 per person. 10122 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, 262-439-9767, elmgrovejuniorguild.com.

4/27 O2 OXYGEN BALL

Benefits American Lung Association in Wisconsin. An elegant evening of cocktails, gourmet dining, auctions and entertainment to support the mission of saving lives by promoting lung health and preventing lung disease. 5 p.m. $250 per person, $2,500 per table of eight. 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 262-703-4200, lungwi.org.

4/27 BAL DU LAC Benefits

Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art. Celebrate 125 years with co-chairs Joan Lubar and John Crouch, Elizabeth Quadracci Harned and Chris Harned and Jeff Yabuki. Cocktails, dinner and dancing. 6 p.m.-midnight. $300 per person; $4,000, $7,500 or $10,000 corporate sponsorships. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 414-224-3253, mam.org.

4/27 CIRQUE DU SAL Benefits St. Aemilian-Lakeside. This fanciful fundraiser features a dramatic mix of aerial dance, street and musical entertainment, great food, a silent auction and more. Proceeds support current and former foster children. 7 p.m.-midnight. $75 per person. 333 N. Plankinton Ave., 414-465-1386, st-al.org. 4/27 RUMMAGE SALE AND METAL RECYCLING FUNDRAISER Benefits Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc. Treasures are waiting to be found at this rummage sale featuring 40 vendors. Turn metal trash into cash for the center! All proceeds benefit participants of activities at Kelly Senior Center. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 50 cents per person. 6100

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 1 University Plaza, Platteville, 262-3694400, walkmswisconsin.org.

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 1805 S. Roddis Ave., Marshfield, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/28 WALK MS: FOX CITIES

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 5000 N. Ballard Rd., Appleton, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/28 WALK MS: WAUKESHA

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. Location TBD, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

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RACINE Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. Location TBD, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/1 SPRING BRUNCH Benefits

Ozaukee Family Services. Barbara Rinella, dramatist, book reviewer and academic entertainer, returns for the 10th year. All proceeds benefit child abuse prevention programs. Purchase raffle tickets at the event or in advance. 10 a.m.-noon. $45 per person. 146 N. Green Bay Rd., Thiensville, 262-3767774, ozaukeefamilyservices.org.

5/1 CORE MOMENTUM Benefits CORE/El Centro. An evening of hors

d’oeuvres and beverages, silent auction and wine pull, awards and great fun! 5 p.m. 130 W. Bruce St., 414-225-4260, core-elcentro.org.

5/1 LAWYERS FOR BOYS & GIRLS Benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. Mastantuono Law is hosting the 12th annual Lawyers for Boys & Girls fundraiser benefiting Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee programming that encourages positive activities and reduces risky behavior. 5-8 p.m. Discretionary donations for the Clubs accepted at the door. 817 N. Marshall St., 414-276-8662, milwaukeecriminallawyers.com. 5/1 EAT, LEARN, GIVE: ANNUAL DINNER EVENT Benefits Mental Health America of Wisconsin. Hosting its 2nd annual dinner event featuring a panelist discussion about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Proceeds fund programs and services designed to improve the mental health of all individuals. 631 E. Chicago St., mhawisconsin.org. 5/1 WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON Benefits United Way of Greater Milwaukee. Hosted by United Way of Greater Milwaukee, this annual community impact update highlights collaborative results on issues like teen pregnancy and infant mortality prevention. Location TBD, unitedwaymilwaukee.org. 5/2 FEAST FOR THE SENSES

Benefits Vision Forward Association. Don’t miss this themed-dinner event featuring delicious food prepared by Bartolotta Catering. Evening includes cocktails, dinner, silent and live auction. 5:30 p.m. $125 per person. 9400 Boerner Dr., Hales Corners, vision-forward.org.

5/3 20TH ANNUAL MDA

BLACK-N-BLUE BALL Benefits Muscular Dystrophy Association of Southeastern Wisconsin. 2013 marks the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Black-N-Blue Ball. It also coincides with the 110th anniversary year celebration of Harley-Davidson. Guests will be able to celebrate both when they dress the part at this motorcycle-themed event with “black” leathers and “blue” jeans. This relaxed evening includes one of the largest silent auctions and wine pulls in the area. In addition to several motorcycle-themed attractions, there is a chilcren’s art auction, served dinner with a live band and dancing to complete the evening. 6 p.m.-midnight. 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-432-6798, milwaukeeblack-n-blueball.com.

5/4 WALK MS: FOND DU LAC

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 45 S. National Ave., Fond du Lac, 262-3694400, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/4 WALK MS: GRAFTON

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. Location TBD, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/4 HAWS 30TH ANNUAL PET WALKATHON Benefits Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Meet adoptable pets, shop pet product vendors, win prizes and enjoy great food all while raising money to care for the many pets at HAWS! 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Free to attend. Collect pledges or raise money with a personal online fundraising webpage! South of Main St. on Weaver Dr., Sussex, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org. 5/4 BROOKFIELD ACADEMY DINNER AUCTION Benefits Brookfield Academy. Celebrating the school’s 50th anniversary year by focusing on the future with the theme “Five Star Trek – The Next Generation.” All proceeds from this event will go toward building the Academy’s endowment. $175 per person, $225 per person VIP level, $2,500 per corporate table. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 262-7833200, brookfieldacademy.org. 5/4 BEST BUDDIES

FRIENDSHIP WALK: DOWNTOWN MILWAUKEE Benefits Best Buddies Wisconsin. Join the Inclusion Revolution by participating in the annual Friendship Walk along the Riverwalk in Downtown Milwaukee in celebration of the abilities of people with disabilities. 10 a.m. Pledges requested. Each person that raises $50 or more receives a commemorative shirt. 100 Manpower Pl., 414-271-1470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org/walk.

5/4 YOUTHAITI UNITY MAKES

STRENGTH BENEFIT DINNER Benefits Youthaiti. Benefits projects in hygiene/sanitation education, cholera treatment/prevention, building composting toilets and teaching organic/ sustainable farming techniques to families in rural Haiti. 6-10 p.m. $100 per person, $800 per table. 3400 S. 43rd St., 414-659-6973, youthaiti.org.

5/4 CREATIVE FUSION Benefits Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. Creative Fusion provides MIAD student scholarships for tomorrow’s creative leaders. Experience Milwaukee’s most avant-garde celebration that envelopes guests in art and design at MIAD’s unique college campus. 6:30 p.m. 273 E. Erie St., 414-847-3200, miad.edu/ creativefusion. 5/5 WALK MS: MADISON

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 1625 Northport Dr., Madison, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

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Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. 200 N. Harbor Dr., 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/5 WALK MS: JANESVILLE

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves research forward. Location TBD, 262-369-4400, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/7 WOMEN OF DISTINCTION AWARDS LUNCHEON Benefits Women and Girls Fund of Waukesha County. The 29th annual Women of Distinction Awards  honors the accomplishments of local and young women to support the Women and Girls Fund’s grants to nonprofit organizations. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $65 per seat, $650 per table. 2810 Golf Rd., Pewaukee, 262513-1861, waukeshafoundation.org. 5/7 38TH ANNUAL LADIES’ SPRING BENEFIT Benefits American Cancer Society. Join nearly four decades of women who have gathered for lunch to support those touched by cancer and to help raise money for life-changing programs and research. 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., acsfriendsforlife.org. 5/8 5TH ANNUAL INVESTMENT CONFERENCE Benefits Make A Difference-Wisconsin, Inc. Keynote speaker for the 5th Annual Investment Conference is Rick Rieder, BlackRock’s CIO of Fixed Income, Fundamental Portfolios. 1:30 p.m. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-273-8101, makeadifferencewisconsin.org. 5/9 SPRING FLING 2013 Benefits Community Advocates and Milwaukee Women’s Center. Join us to support critical basic needs and domestic violence services. Features fabulous cuisine courtesy of area restaurants, libations, silent auction and music. 5:30 p.m. $100 per person, $1,200 per table. 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-270-2956, communityadvocates.net. 5/9 KIDSHARE 2013 Benefits

Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center. KidShare provides scholarships to help the JCC fulfill its mission of creating a center for all families and children – no matter their financial situation. Featuring over 30 restaurants, auction and raffle. 6 p.m. $180 per person, sponsorship levels available. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414967-8235, jccmilwaukee.org.

5/10 DATE WITH A PLATE

Benefits ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis. Date with a Plate is ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis’

annual signature fundraiser. Please join us as 2013 promises to be an event full of surprises. 5:30 p.m. $100 per person, packages available. 325 & 333 N. Plankinton Ave., 414-977-1780, abcdbreastcancersupport.org.

5/11 WALK MS: RHINELANDER Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Rally for those with multiple sclerosis by participating in a community Walk MS event. Your involvement generates hope for those affected by the disease and moves reasearch forward. 605 Coolidge Ave., Rhinelander, 262-3694400, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/11 TAILS ON THE TRAIL DOG WALK Benefits Wisconsin Humane Society. This fun one-mile walk will support animals in need. After the walk, have a tail of a time at “Bark Bash” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., including food, vendors, music, kids activities and interactive games for you and your dog! $25 per adult (ages 14 and older) in advance and $30 at the door; $15 per child (ages 6-13) in advance and $20 at the door; children 5 and under are free. 10 a.m. 2028 S. 124th St., West Allis, 414-431-6121, wihumane.org/ tailsonthetrail2012. 5/14 BRAVO, NEXT ACT! Benefits

Next Act Theatre. Always the best party in town. Endless champagne, hors d’oeurvres, entertainment and live music in Milwaukee’s newest theatrical venue. 5:30-9 p.m. $80 per person, corporate table sponsorship available for groups of 10. 255 S. Water St., 414-278-7780, nextact.org.

5/16 NSAA ANNUAL GOLF OUTING Benefits North Shore Academy of the Arts. Join North Shore Academy of the Arts for our annual golf outing. Enjoy a wonderful silent auction and a fun game of golf. 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. $150 per golfer. 3121 County Rd., Saukville, 262-377-3514, northshoreacademyofthearts.com. 5/18 BEST BUDDIES

FRIENDSHIP WALK: LAKE COUNTRY Benefits Best Buddies Wisconsin. Join the Inclusion Revolution by participating in the annual Friendship Walk at Lapham Peak in Delafield in celebration of the abilities of people with disabilities. 10 a.m. Pledges requested. Each person that raises $50 or more receives a commemorative shirt and other great incentives. W329 N846 Hwy. C, Delafield, 414-271-1470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org/walk.

5/18 2013 NAMIWALK GREATER MILWAUKEE Benefits NAMI Greater Milwaukee. Please join us at our largest fundraiser to help continue fighting the stigma that keeps people with mental illness from living with the same freedoms we all hope to enjoy. 9:30 a.m. Free. 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-344-0447, namiwalks.org. 5/18 ARTHRITIS WALK Benefits Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest

Region. Nationwide event that raises awareness and funds to fight arthritis, the nation’s most common cause of disability. Get your company involved or recruit friends and family members to form a team and join Let’s Move Together, a nationwide movement led by the Arthritis Foundation that encourages people to move to prevent or treat arthritis. 4024 Nagawicka Rd., Hartland, arthritis.org/arthritiswalk.

5/20 BEST BUDDIES

WISCONSIN GOLF OUTING Benefits Best Buddies Wisconsin. Hosted by Eggers Imprints. Tee off with us for a fun-filled afternoon of golf at the North Shore Country Club to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. $200 per golfer, $800 per foursome. 3100 W. Country Club Dr., Mequon, 414-2711470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org.

5/21 9TH ANNUAL WOMEN’S

GATHERING Benefits Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation. Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul at this inspirational and educational women’s luncheon supporting mental health and the patients and programs at Rogers Memorial Hospital. 11:30 a.m. $60 per person. 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-646-1646, rogersmemorialfoundation.org.

5/21 CITY YEAR MILWAUKEE TAKES YOU BACK TO SCHOOL Benefits City Year Milwaukee. Guests will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with corps members and learn more about City Year’s in-school service with Milwaukee Public Service. 5:30 p.m. $150 per person, sponsorships available. 225 E. Michigan St., 414-223-0150, cityyear.org. 5/22 A NIGHT FOR

INDEPENDENCE Benefits IndependenceFirst. Dinner, silent auction and keynote by Tiphany Adams and Angela Rockwood of the Sundance Channel’s “Push Girls.” 5 p.m. 1721 W. Canal St., 414-226-8318, independencefirst.org.

5/23 - 5/24 DAVE & CAROLE

MIRACLE MARATHON Benefits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Listen to WKLH 96.5 FM for the 16th annual radiothon. Donate or bid in online and on-air auctions while listening to touching patient stories. 414-266-6320, chw.org.

5/30 WOMEN IN SCIENCE LUNCHEON Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin. Paula Traktman, Ph.D. will present fascinating information on viruses and why they are hard to treat. The mission of Women in Science is to showcase outstanding research and provide financial support for women scientists at the Medical College of Wisconsin. 11:30 a.m. Woman’s Club of Wisconsin, 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414955-4717, mcw.edu/womeninscience.htm. 5/31 WBCS SHOWHOUSE

FOR A CURE “RAISE A GLASS TO HOPE” GALA Benefits

Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. This gala event showcases the unveiling and first-look tours of the 2013 Showhouse. Reservations required. 6 p.m. $100 per person. Location TBD, 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

6/TBD FEED THE KIDS Benefits

the Salvation Army of Milwaukee County. Running June through August, Feed the Kids is the only mobile summer meal program designed to meet the needs of the children in Milwaukee’s poorest neighborhoods. 414-302-4300, samilwaukee.org.

6/TBD TRADITION OF CARING

CELEBRATION Benefits Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation. Join us for this festive cocktail reception celebrating the Doerr Tradition of Caring award winner and the best of the best of Ozaukee County. 5:30 p.m. $75 per person, sponsorships available. Location TBD, supportcsm.org.

6/1 DAYLILY SALE Benefits Daylily

Society of Southeast Wisconsin. The sale will take place in the west parking lot. Over 150 cultivars in all colors, shapes and sizes will be offered. Profits support Boerner Botanical Gardens and other public gardens. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 13001 W. North Ave., Brookfield, 414-425-7465, dssew.org.

6/1 KRUZ FOR KINDER Benefits

Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin. All brands of motorcycles are welcomed. Get your biker friends to sign up. Lunch and door-prize drawings included. Please RSVP by May 27, 2013. 9 a.m. $35 minimum donation per bike. 3800 N. Mayfair Rd., Wauwatosa, 414536-8333, lcfswi.org.

6/1 7TH ANNUAL 5K RUN/ WALK TO STOP THE CYCLE OF CVS Benefits Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Association. This is a 5K run/walk to Stop the Cycle of Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome. This run/walk benefits CVSA as well as CVS research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. 7 a.m. $20 through May 1, $25 thereafter. 1150 Baxter St., Waukesha, cvsaonline.org. 6/1 - 6/16 WBCS SHOWHOUSE

FOR A CURE PUBLIC TOURS Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Hope has a home! Tour this lovely Milwaukee-area home and experience the transformations that designers have made. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. $20 in advance, $25 at door. Location TBD, 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

6/2 UPAF RIDE FOR THE ARTS Benefits United Performing Arts Fund. One of the nation’s largest one-day recreational bike rides. Help celebrate this annual summer favorite, which has generated nearly $8 million for the United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF). 200 N. Harbor Dr., 414-273-8723, upafride.org.

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6/3 14TH ANNUAL BRPF GOLF OUTING, DINNER AND AUCTION Benefits Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation. One of the premier nonprofit golf outings in Wisconsin. The BRPF Golf Outing attracts more than 230 golfers every year. 10 a.m. $200 per individual includes 18 holes of golf, cart, range balls, lunch, dinner and auction; $1,200 all-inclusive foursome package includes 18 holes of golf, cart, range balls, lunch, dinner, auction and tee sponsorship. N56 W21318 Silver Spring Dr., Menomonee Falls, 262-391-1533, brpf.org. 6/3 AWMI WISCONSIN CHAPTER GOLF OUTING Benefits Association of Women in the Metal Industries-Wisconsin Chapter. Registration and lunch beginning at 10 a.m. followed by a noon tee time and dinner and raffles at 5:30 p.m. 7377 Krueger Rd., Lake Geneva, 262-6434558, awmi.org. 6/3 CHILI’S MACC OPEN

Benefits MACC Fund. Charity outing to benefit pediatric cancer research. 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. $375 per individual, $1,500 per foursome. 6901 W. Drexel Ave., Franklin, 414-955-5830, maccfund.org.

6/6 PLANTING SEEDS OF HOPE – GROWING A BETTER TOMORROW Benefits Walker’s Point Youth and Family Center. Live and silent auctions, hearty hors d’oeuvres buffet and program. Please join us and share in our mission to provide emergency shelter, transitional housing and other supportive services to runaway and homeless youth, strengthen teen and parent relationships and encourage safe and stable homes. 5:15-8 p.m. 10001

W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-672-5300, walkerspoint.org.

6/7 THANK DOG IT’S FRIDAY

to benefit the Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Food, music and more. All motorcycles welcome! W156 N9000 Pilgrim Rd., Menomonee Falls, 414-9555862, mcw.edu/cvc/partnersevents/ haveaheartmotorcycleride.htm.

alongside Green Bay Packers greats Jerry Kramer, Zeke Bratkowski, Don Horn and many others for a full day of golf and storytelling. For more information, contact Denise Hajos at dhajos@chw.org. 5583 Waterford Ln., Suite A, Appleton, 800-236-5437, chw.org.

6/7 - 6/8 VINCE LOMBARDI

6/8 - 6/9 OCHS FREE ADMISSION WEEKEND Benefits Ozaukee County Historical Society. Take a tour of 24 historic structures, watch heritage demonstrations and enjoy an ice-cream social. Noon-5 p.m. 4880 County Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs/events.htm.

6/12 GRATEFUL PLATE Benefits Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. Grateful Plate is an annual fundraising event that features a silent auction, dinner and live auction to benefit 330,000 people who rely on food from Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin every year. 5 p.m. 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-931-7400, feedingamericawi.org.

Benefits Elmbrook Humane Society. Elmbrook Humane Society celebrates all of our furry friends at the annual Thank Dog It’s Friday event. All dogs and their people invited! 6-8 p.m. Free. 20950 Enterprise Ave., Brookfield, 262-7829261, ebhs.org.

GOLF CLASSIC Benefits Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. For 43 years, celebrities from the sports and entertainment fields have hit the links for the fight against cancer at the annual Vince Lombardi Golf Classic. As one of the oldest two-day charity golf events in the United States, the Vince Lombardi Golf Classic doesn’t just have history, it has tradition. $995 per player package. N73 W13430 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls, lombardifoundation.org.

6/8 LOMBARDI WALK/RUN

FOR CANCER Benefits Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Drawing thousands, the Lombardi 5K run and 3K walk is fun for families and builds camaraderie among company employees. Above all, it’s an event you will feel good about being a part of. 6:30 a.m. 3K walk: $25 per adult ($30 after May 8), $15 per child ages 3-12, free for children ages 2 and under. 5K run: $30 per adult ($35 after May 8). 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-649-7015, lombardifoundation.org.

6/8 HAVE A HEART

MOTORCYCLE RIDE Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin. Seventy-mile scenic motorcycle ride

6/9 WBCS SHOWHOUSE FOR A CURE DESIGNER DAY Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Visit with the interior decorators in their rooms at the Showhouse. Learn from their tips and talents while touring the house. Location TBD, 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org. 6/9 FLAG DAY CELEBRATION

Benefits Ozaukee County Historical Society. The birth place of National Flag Day. 5995 Hwy. I, Fredonia, 262-3774510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs/events.htm.

6/10 MSOE PRESIDENT’S GOLF OUTING Benefits Milwaukee School of Engineering. A day of camaraderie and golf for MSOE regents, corporation members, alumni and friends. Proceeds from the outing fund scholarships for MSOE students. 11 a.m. shotgun. $375 per person, $1,500 per foursome. 5261 Brown St., Oconomowoc, 414-277-4523, msoe.edu/pgo. 6/10 NESTLE CELEBRITY GOLF INVITATIONAL Benefits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Golf

6/13 DANCEWORKS MAD HOT CELEBRATION Benefits Danceworks, Inc. Celebrates Danceworks’ Mad Hot Ballroom and Tap (MHBT) program in Milwaukee schools. The evening features winning dancers from the MHBT competition, cocktails and silent auction. 7-10 p.m. $50 per person. 930 E. Burleigh St., 414277-8480, danceworksmke.org. 6/13 FEASTING FOR FELIX

Benefits Wisconsin Humane Society Ozaukee Campus. Enjoy an evening of delicious tastings from Ozaukee County’s favorite restaurants, locally crafted beer, wine, a fabulous silent auction and plenty of fourlegged friends! 6-9 p.m. 630 W. Dekora St., Saukville, 262-377-7580, ozaukeehumane.org.

6/14 BROADWAY BASH 2013 Benefits Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. Preshow cocktail reception and dinner, performance of “Wicked” in Uihlein Hall, dessert buffet, dancing, live and silent auction. 5 p.m. 929 N. Water St., 414-273-7121, marcuscenter.org. 6/14 PASTA & PUCCINI Benefits Florentine Opera Company. Relax in our courtyard and enjoy delicious rustic Italian cuisine served in traditional family-style as the Florentine singers elicit the canals of Venice and the history of Rome. No passport required! 926 E. Burleigh St., 414-291-5700, florentineopera.org. 6/14 WALK WITH ME MILWAUKEE Benefits Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin. The one-mile family fun walk will take place along Lake Michigan’s lakefront and Urban Park. Be sure to enjoy your free admission to Polish Fest and post-walk entertainment at the Potawatomi Stage. 5 p.m. 200 N. Harbor Dr., 414-449-4444, wi-se.easterseals.com. 6/14 THE PARENTING

John Tiranno joined members of the Florentine Opera at Pasta and Puccini 2012.

NETWORK’S 25TH ANNUAL PRO-AM GOLF CLASSIC Benefits The Parenting Network. Now in its 25th year, The Parenting Network’s Pro-Am Golf Classic has raised over $680,000 to support programming that serves vulnerable families and families in poverty in Milwaukee County. 7:30 a.m. Corporate sponsorships available. 7516 W. Burleigh St., 414-671-5575, theparentingnetwork.org.

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BIG RUMMAGE SALE Benefits Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever. Volunteers and friends of WAAGR have cleaned out basements, garages and grandma’s attic, so come and see what has been found! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday. N61 W12851 Hemlock Ct., Menomonee Falls, 414-5177725, waagr.org.

6/15 6TH ANNUAL SUMMER SOLSTICE SOIREE & AUCTION Benefits Urban Ecology Center. Celebrate the longest day of the year at the award-winning green Urban Ecology Center in Riverside Park. Enjoy local organic culinary delights, silent auction, sunset program and the magic of nature in the city. 6-11 p.m. $150 per person. 1500 E. Park Pl., 414-964-8505, urbanecologycenter.org. 6/17 FRIENDS OF WISCO

CHARITY GOLF OUTING Benefits Wisconsin Lutheran High School. A fun day that features 18 holes of golf, awards and hole prizes with lunch and dinner included. Proceeds from the outing will support the WLHS athletic department. 10 a.m. N6246 Hwy. 12, Elkhorn, 414453-4567, wlhs.org.

6/18 15TH ANNUAL GOLF

CLASSIC Benefits Community Memorial Foundation. This event includes 18 holes of golf on the Palmer Course, lunch and dinner, hole prizes, a silent auction, raffles and more. Noon. 1221 Geneva National Ave. South, Lake Geneva, 262-257-3761, communitymemorialfoundation.org.

6/19 A CHAIR TO REMEMBER

Benefits Charles Allis and Villa Terrace Art Museums. One-of-a-kind chairs –created by artists, designers, businesses and community members – will be sold to the highest bidders. Event will include hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, live music and a silent auction. 6 p.m. $25 per person. 2220 N. Terrace Ave., 414-278-8295, cavtmuseums.org.

6/19 FRIENDS OF THE

HAGGERTY 2013 SPRING BENEFIT Benefits Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University. Supports Haggerty Museum’s mission of providing programs that are designed to contribute to transformational lifelong learning and enjoyment of the arts. 6-8 p.m. Location TBD, 414-288-7290, marquette.edu/haggerty.

6/20 THE BIG PINK PARTY

Benefits Milwaukee Ballet. The capstone event of Michael Pink’s 10th anniversary season will feature praiseworthy performances, specialty cuisine and much pomp and circumstance. 5:30 p.m. $150 per person, sponsorship tables available. 146 Green Bay Rd., Thiensville, 414-902-2114, milwaukeeballet.org/ events.

6/21 CHEERS TO CHAMBER!

Benefits Milwaukee Chamber Theatre. Delectable fare, a silent auction and a chance to mingle with MCT

artists. 7-10 p.m. $95 per person. 158 N. Broadway, 414-276-8842, milwaukeechambertheatre.com.

6/21 META MOMENTS Benefits Meta House. A casual opportunity to learn more about Meta House, our programs, meet a graduate and tour the residential facility. Open to the public. Lunch provided. Noon-1 p.m. Free. 2626 N. Bremen St., 414-977-5807, metahouse.org. 6/21 DAY OF ACTION

VOLUNTEER PROJECT Benefits United Way of Greater Milwaukee. The United Way of Greater Milwaukee sponsors local volunteer opportunities on this national day of service and longest day of the year. Location TBD, unitedwaymilwaukee.org.

6/21 - 6/23 LAKEFRONT

FESTIVAL OF ARTS Benefits Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art. Over 170 artists showing and selling works from paintings to ceramics to jewelry. Enjoy our wine garden, sculpture garden, children’s activities, music, food, silent art auction and fiber art fashion show. Rain or shine. 10 a.m.10 p.m. on Fri.; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sat.; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sun. $15 per adult ($8 in advance), $8 per member, children are free. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 262-2243200, mam.org/lfoa.

scientists at the Medical College of Wisconsin. 11:30 a.m. Woman’s Club of Wisconsin, 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414955-4717, mcw.edu/womeninscience.htm.

7/TBD TAILGATE AT MILLER PARK Benefits Sojourner Family Peace Center. Our Tailgate at Miller Park offers summertime fun for the whole family:  ballpark-style food and beverages, face painting and balloon animals, raffle prizes, silent auction with autographed Brewers memorabilia, a visit from the Klement’s Famous Racing Sausages and more, followed by a Brewers game. 1 Brewers Way, 414-276-1911, familypeacecenter.org. 7/11 9TH ANNUAL FULFILLING THE DREAM GALA Benefits St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care. Fulfilling the Dream Gala, with great food and exciting auctions, is held annually to honor the work of Florence Nevins, where “Love Knows No Age.” 1001 N. Fourth St., 414-977-5000, stanncenter.org. 7/12 THANK DOG IT’S FRIDAY

Benefits Elmbrook Humane Society. Elmbrook Humane Society celebrates all of our furry friends at the annual Thank Dog It’s Friday event. All dogs and their people invited. 6-8 p.m. Free. 20950 Enterprise Ave., Brookfield, 262-7829261, ebhs.org.

6/22 ADRENALINE MARATHON/HALF MARATHON Benefits Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse of Washington County. The Adrenaline Marathon/Half Marathon on the Eisenbahn Trail is a part of the “Under the Influence of...Adrenaline” series. A 26.2/13.1-mile point-to-point run begins in Eden and ends in West Bend. 1625 E. Washington St., West Bend, 262-335-6892, adrenalineraces.org.

7/13 38TH ANNUAL LAKE COUNTRY ART FESTIVAL Benefits Lake Country Women’s Club. The Lake Country Art Festival features 150 juried exhibitors offering paintings, jewelry and more plus food, beverages and entertainment (adult/children’s). All proceeds benefit local charities. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $5 per car. 651 State Rd. 83, Hartland, lakecountrywomensclub.org.

6/22 MIDSUMMER MAGIC

7/15 18TH ANNUAL ROGERS GOLF CLASSIC Benefits Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation. Join us for a day of golf and great prizes in support of mental health and the patients and programs at Rogers Memorial Hospital. 11:30 a.m. $500 per individual, $2,000 per foursome. 1 Legend Way, Wales, 262-646-1646, rogersmemorialfoundation.org.

Benefits Old World Wisconsin Foundation. Savor samples from restaurants, wine, microbrews and soda. Enjoy ‘50s through ‘70s covers by Bobby Way and the Fabulous Wayouts, plus folk and country musicians. Browse the artisans’ craft fair. 6-9 p.m. $50 per person includes parking, admission, entertainment and unlimited free sampling (please enjoy responsibly). W372 S9727 Hwy. 67, Eagle, 262-5942922, friendsoww.org.

6/22 ZOO BALL 2013 Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Join us for the 30th annual Zoo Ball. Cocktails, auction, gourmet dinner, late-night venue and live entertainment. 6 p.m. $300 per person; $5,000, $7,500 and $10,000 corporate tables of 10. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org. 6/27 WOMEN IN SCIENCE LUNCHEON Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin. Join us for an engaging presentation on post-traumatic stress disorder by Terri deRoon-Cassini, Ph.D. The mission of Women in Science is to showcase outstanding research and provide financial support for women

7/15 CVC GOLF CHALLENGE

Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin. The CVC Golf Challenge has raised over $1 million for cardiovascular research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Please contact Ann Wells at amwells@ mcw.edu for foursome and sponsorship opportunities. 6250 N. Hwy. 83, Hartland, 414-955-5862.

7/18 FEASTING FOR FIDO

Benefits Wisconsin Humane Society. Over 20 of the city’s finest restaurants provide delicious samples that promise to inspire a round of a-paws! Tickets include food, beer, wine, music and plenty of four-legged animal greeters. Raffle and silent auction. 5:30 p.m. $50 in advance, $60 at door. 4500 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-431-6121, wihumane.org.

7/20 PORT FISH DAY RUN/

WALK Benefits Portal, inc. 8K run (chip timed) and two-mile fun run/walk. Portal, inc. is a nonprofit agency serving adults with disabilities living in Ozaukee County. Preregistration: $20 per person or $17 per person for families of three or more. Registration (after July 12 and race day): $23 per person or $20 per person for families of three or more. 126 E. Grand Ave., Port Washington, 262-3774410, portalinc.org.

7/20 GALA IN THE GARDEN 2013 Benefits Friends of Villa Terrace. The Gala in the Garden is held every other year at the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum. Proceeds benefit the Villa’s unique Renaissance Garden. 2220 N. Terrace Ave., 414-376-9110, villaterracemuseum.org. 7/20 - 7/21 THE SCENIC SHORE 150 BIKE TOUR Benefits The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour is a two-day 150-mile fully supported cycling event that is open to riders of all ages and abilities. 5555 W. Highland Rd., Mequon, scenicshore150.org. 7/20 - 7/21 ANTIQUE TRACTOR & MACHINERY SHOW Benefits Ozaukee County Historical Society. Includes Wisconsin Antique Power Reunion. Tour the village and enjoy demonstrations. Food and  beverages available. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 4880 County Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs/events.htm.

7/22 WBCS “TEE UP FOR A

CURE” GOLF OUTING Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Your day includes putting green and practice range time, lunch and shotgun start, then an evening reception and awards dinner banquet and presentations. Reservations required. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. $125 per person (dinner banquet only), $400 per individual, $1,600 per foursome. 10122 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

7/22 RMH GOLF CLASSIC

Benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin. Hit the links with your friends and colleagues! Lunch and dinner included. N6246 Hwy. 12, Elkhorn, 414-475-5085, rmhcmilwaukee.org.

7/27 DISCOVERY WORLD

GALA Benefits Discovery World. Annual black-tie event features an ice martini bar, silent auction, Bartolotta gourmet dinner and live entertainment. Proceeds support Discovery World’s educational programs and summer camps. 6 p.m. $350 per person, corporate sponsorships available. 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-840-5000, discoveryworld.org.

7/29 BIRDIES AND EAGLES GOLF TOURNAMENT Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Golf tournament with scramble format at Ozaukee County Club. Dinner and auction to follow golf. 10:30 a.m. $300

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8/1 ON COURSE FOR A CURE

– MCW LPGA PRO-AM GOLF TOURNAMENT Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin-Digestive Disease Center. Golfers from the Ladies Professional Golf Association are paired with local foursomes for a fun day of golf. Call for sponsorship information and pricing. 6200 W. Good Hope Rd., 414-955-4701, mcw.edu.

8/2 THANK DOG IT’S FRIDAY

Benefits Elmbrook Humane Society. Elmbrook Humane Society celebrates all of our furry friends at the annual Thank Dog It’s Friday event. All dogs and their people invited! 6-8 p.m. Free. 20950 Enterprise Ave., Brookfield, 262-7829261, ebhs.org.

8/2 “WHOLE IN ONE” GOLF OUTING IN MEMORY OF CARM GIANFORTE Benefits CORE/El Centro. Eighteen holes of golf with cart, contest, prizes, raffle and silent auction. 11 a.m. 4555 W. Yorkhouse Rd., Wadsworth, 414-225-4260, core-elcentro.org.

on route. Registration includes T-shirt, food, refreshments and a postride celebration. W180 N8085 Town Hall Rd., Menomonee Falls, 262-257-3761, communitymemorialfoundation.org.

8/10 DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BACK-TO-SCHOOL FESTIVAL Benefits King Advisory, Inc. Help children start the academic year positively with basic classroom supplies. Children receive a book bag, three theme books, pack of pencils, ink pens, three folders, ruler, glue, erasers and much more to get them off to a great academic school year. 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Free admission. 1531 W. Vliet St., 414-344-5600. 8/10 WAAGR’S ANNUAL GOLF

OUTING Benefits Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever. WAAGR’s Annual Golf Outing is a four-person scramble with shotgun start, which will be held rain or shine. Event includes dinner, silent auction and contests on the course. 8 a.m. 4415 Club Dr., Slinger, 414-5177725, waagr.org.

BIKE RIDE Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. All inclusive and fully supported, Bike MS: Best Dam Bike Ride travels from Pewaukee to Madison, overnighting in Whitewater. Ride for a world free of multiple sclerosis. 6:30 a.m. $35 per person (by March 31), $300 minimum fundraising. 800 Main St., Pewaukee, 262-369-4400, bestdambikeride.org.

8/10 “KIDDING AROUND” WITH GIFT OF ADOPTION Benefits Gift of Adoption FundWisconsin Chapter. “Kidding Around” is a fundraising event for Gift of Adoption. The night will consist of dinner, live entertainment, a silent auction and other activities. One hundred percent of the money raised goes toward grants for families. 6 p.m. $250 per person, $2,000 per table of eight. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., giftofadoption.org/chapters/ wisconsin.html.

8/3 - 8/4 FIREFLY ART FAIR

8/10 JAY BALCHUNAS

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Benefits Wauwatosa Historical Society. A premier outdoor art festival that benefits the Wauwatosa Historical Society. $4 per adult, free for children under 12. 7406 Hillcrest Dr., Wauwatosa, 414-7748672, wauwatosahistoricalsociety.org.

8/5 JA FREE ENTERPRISE

GOLF INVITATIONAL Benefits Junior Achievement of Wisconsin. Golf outing includes $25,000 hole in one and million dollar shootout. 11 a.m. bag drop, 12:30 p.m. shotgun. Foursome pricing and other sponsorships available. Location TBD, 414-577-3800, wisconsin.ja.org.

8/9 - 8/10 SNOOZE AT THE ZOO Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Fun overnight family camping experience at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Event includes a buffet dinner, s’mores and continental breakfast. Online registration starts May 2013. 5 p.m. $45 per members (ages 13 and over), $30 per child (ages 3-12), $135 for a family of four. See website for nonmember costs. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org. 8/10 WHEELING FOR HEALING Benefits Community Memorial Foundation. Event features a 33-mile route for more skilled riders as well as 15-mile and four-mile routes. Starting times vary depending

MEMORIAL GOLF OUTING Benefits Jay Balchunas Memorial Scholarship Fund of the Waukesha County Community Foundation. Provides scholarship funds to students in criminology at Marquette University and in fire science at WCTC. Jay was a special agent with the Division of Criminal Investigation of the Wisconsin Department of Justice when he was killed in the line of duty November 5, 2004. 11 a.m. $100 per person, golf is limited to first 144 paid registrants, $30 for dinner only. 13175 W. Graham St., New Berlin, jaybalchunas.org.

8/11 BLUEGRASS AT THE VILLAGE Benefits Ozaukee County Historical Society. Tour historic structures and enjoy food, beverages and music. 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 4880 County Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs/events.htm. 8/15 - 8/18 JDRF RIDE TO CURE DIABETES Benefits JDRF Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. Experience a fun-filled weekend that includes bike seminars and teambuilding celebrations. It all leads up to the big event – Ride day! Multiple fundraising and mileage options available. 300 Harborview Plaza, La Crosse, 414-453-4673, jdrf.org/sewi.

8/17 4TH ANNUAL RIDE FOR ROVER Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Ride through Waukesha County and beyond. Visit the “Ride Stops” for snacks, to stamp your location to qualify for the grand-prize drawing and pet meet and greets. End your day with food, beverages and live music at the rider’s party. Motorcycles and cars both are welcome to participate. 9 a.m. $20 per biker, $10 per passenger. 701 Northview Rd., Waukesha, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org. 8/17 HAWS PET FAIR IN MENOMONEE FALLS Benefits Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Pet products and services, food, prizes, live music and adoptable pets from HAWS and many area rescue groups. Fun for every family member. Pets welcome! 9 a.m. Free admission. Lilly Rd. and Fond du Lac Ave., Menomonee Falls, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org. 8/17 RUN/WALK TO MILWAUKEE IRISH FEST Benefits Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region. 5K run and walk along Milwaukee’s lakefront. Each participant will receive free admission for the day into Irish Fest. 200 N. Harbor Dr., runtoirishfest.kintera.org. 8/18 FONDY FARM FEAST

Benefits Fondy Food Center. The Fondy Farm Feast is a celebration of food and community with chefs creating a delicious harvest dinner to benefit Fondy’s farm and farmers market. 4 p.m. $100 per person. 850 County Hwy. P, Port Washington, 414-562-2282, fondymarket.org.

8/22 HARRY & PEG BRADLEY’S

BACKYARD BARBECUE Benefits Lynden Sculpture Garden. Join us for an evening of entertainment, hands-on art and nature activities, a garden-themed silent auction and backyard feast to raise funds for Lynden’s education programs. 5 p.m. 2145 W. Brown Deer Rd., 414446-8794, lyndensculpturegarden.org/bbq.

8/24 ADRENALINE TRIATHLON Benefits Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse of Washington County. The Adrenaline Triathlon is a part of the “Under the Influence of... Adrenaline” series. Sprint triathlon includes quarter-mile swim, 16.5-mile bike ride and 5K run. Butler St., Random Lake, 262-335-6892, adrenalineraces.org.

8/24 ANIMAL SAFARI Benefits

Zoological Society of Milwaukee. A behind-the-scenes event for animal sponsors at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Discover how zookeepers groom, feed and entertain the animals at the Zoo. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sponsorship packages start at $25. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org.

8/24 5TH ANNUAL WINE & VINE ETC. Benefits Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi. The 5th Annual Wine & Vine Etc. is a celebration of the 100-year-old grape arbor built in

1912. The arbor had fallen into years of progressive deterioration, until 2009, when Sister Stella DeVenuta became inspired to rejuvenate the grapevines and renew the 300-foot stone arbor. 4-8 p.m. $50 per person (by Aug. 19), $60 at door, $250 for six-pack. 3221 S. Lake Dr., St. Francis, 414-744-1160, winenvineosf.com.

8/24 - 8/25 SHOOT FOR A CURE Benefits Women for MACC. The annual event includes a corporate patron invitational, a celebrity/youth trap shoot, a club team challenge and firefighters challenge. Raffles and a silent auction geared to all ages is also held. 6000 State Hwy. 60, Hartford, womenformacc.org. 8/24 - 8/25 THE MILWAUKEE MASTERPIECE Benefits Jewish Family Services. On Saturday, Jewish Family Services’ Club Day showcases more than 200 vehicles from over 50 regional clubs. The Concours d’Elegance, held on Sunday, celebrates automotive art and history with nearly 200 rare collectible automobiles. 10 a.m.3 p.m. on Saturday; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday. 1184 Lagoon Dr., 414-225-1344, milwaukeemasterpiece.com. 8/26 MSOE REGENTS’ GOLF OUTING Benefits Milwaukee School of Engineering. The MSOE Regents’ Golf Outing provides regents, corporation members, friends and guests with an opportunity to golf in a relaxing atmosphere. Proceeds fund scholarships for MSOE students. Noon. $550 per person, $2,100 per foursome. 400 S. Moorland Rd., Brookfield, 414-277-4523, msoe.edu/rgo. 8/26 BURN CENTER GOLF INVITATIONAL Benefits Columbia St. Mary’s Regional Burn Center and Wisconsin Alliance for Fire Safety. Join us for our 25th anniversary celebration of this golf tournament. The day includes lunch, 18 holes of golf and an evening reception. 10 a.m. $400 per golfer. 7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, supportcsm.org. 8/27 COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN KICKOFF Benefits United Way of Greater Milwaukee. Join United Way of Greater Milwaukee for its annual campaign goal reveal. Community dollars raised help 400,000 people each year across four counties. Location TBD, unitedwaymilwaukee.org. 8/29 YMCA BLACK ACHIEVERS CELEBRATION BREAKFAST Benefits YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee. The YMCA Black Achievers Celebration Breakfast recognizes the service and leadership of the adults and teens involved in the Black Achievers program. 509 W. Wisconsin Ave. , 414274-0755, ymcamke.org. 8/31 - 9/1 REVOLUTIONARY WAR RE-ENACTMENT Benefits Ozaukee County Historical Society. Live demonstrations and battles daily. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 4880 County Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs/events.htm.

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CharitableEvents2013 9/TBD DINNER WITH LOMBARDI LEGENDS Benefits Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Join Lombardi Legends and raise funds for the fight against cancer! 6221 W. Layton Ave., 414-649-7015, lombardifoundation.org. 9/TBD 2013 CHALLENGER

EVENT Benefits Life Navigators. Features 18 holes of golf, followed by cocktails, dinner, silent auction and voice auction. Join us for golf, the dinner and auction, or both. 10:30 a.m. registration, 7 p.m. dinner and

and honoring a generous community partner. An exciting live and paddle auction conclude this elegant evening. 5:30 p.m. 8000 Range Line Rd., River Hills, 414-344-7676, penfieldchildren.org.

9/8 NAMI RACINE BIKE ‘N HIKE

Benefits NAMI Racine. 3K walk/hike, 10mile bike route, 35-mile bike route, 60-mile bike route. The bike and hike routes will begin and end at Waterford Union High School. 8 a.m. $10 student, $30 individual, $50 family (by Aug. 1). NAMI Racine, 2300 DeKoven Ave., Racine, 262-637-0582, namiracine.org/bikenhike.

Janesville Rd., Muskego, 414-529-5509, refashionforlife.com.

9/12 WOMEN IN SCIENCE

LUNCHEON Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin. Daisy Sahoo, Ph.D. will present relevant information on genderspecific differences in cardiovascular diseases. The mission of Women in Science is to showcase outstanding research and provide financial support for women scientists at the Medical College of Wisconsin. 11:30 a.m. Woman’s Club of Wisconsin, 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414-955-4717, mcw.edu/ womeninscience.htm.

The Walk draws people together to participate in a healthy activity for a worthy cause that raises money to help cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes. 8:30 a.m. Sponsorships available. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-4534673, jdrf.org/sewi.

9/15 RIDE ON THE WILD SIDE Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Annual family bike ride at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Lunch to follow rides. 7:15 a.m. $35 per member (ages 14 and over), $12 per child (ages 13 and under), $85 per family of four. Please see website for nonmember pricing. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org. 9/19 BEST BUDDIES LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST Benefits Best Buddies Wisconsin. Join us for an inspirational breakfast celebrating the abilities of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, highlighting success stories from our volunteers, buddy pairs and student leaders. 7 a.m. $50 per person, sponsorships available. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-271-1470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org. 9/20 FALL INTO THE FIFTIES

SOCK HOP Benefits Friends of the Domes. A sock hop that will take you back to the days of rock ‘n’ roll, chocolate malts, hula hoops and ‘57 Chevys! Recall your memories of the ‘50s and create new ones! 7-10 p.m. $30 per person. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-2575600, milwaukeedomes.org.

9/20 - 9/22 CHALLENGE

Gala co-chairs for the Fight for Air Walk (from left to right): Sandy Haack, Bill Haack, Tracy Klein, Rick Klein, Ann Pierson and Warren Pierson.

auction. $150+ per person, sponsorship opportunities available. 10122 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, 414-774-6255, lifenavigators.org.

9/TBD DAYS OF CARING

VOLUNTEER PROGRAM Benefits United Way of Greater Milwaukee. Join United Way of Greater Milwaukee as a volunteer during a two-week initiative where companies and individuals help agency nonprofits strengthen our community. Location TBD, unitedwaymilwaukee.org.

9/7 WAGFEST Benefits Elmbrook

Humane Society. The 6th annual Wagfest event is a celebration for animals and the people that love them. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. 19900 River Rd., Brookfield, 262-782-9261, ebhs.org.

9/7 18TH ANNUAL CROQUET BALL Benefits Penfield Children’s Center. Cocktail hour and team speedcroquet match played by supporting businesses and corporate leaders, all while perusing a fabulous silent auction. Gourmet dinner and program follow, showcasing a Penfield family

9/8 DYLAN’S RUN FOR AUTISM Benefits Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin. Dylan’s Run begins and ends on Milwaukee’s lakefront. Last year, attendance was approximately 3,000 people. The proceeds fund programs and provide resources for families with autism here in southeastern Wisconsin. 8:30 a.m. 200 N. Harbor Dr., 414-427-9345, dylansrun.com. 9/9 TEE-UP FORE KIDS Benefits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Funds raised through Children’s Hospital TeeUp Fore Kids will support the expansion of our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Milwaukee Country Club, 8000 N. Range Line Rd., River Hills, 414-2666320, chw.org. 9/11 REFASHION FOR LIFE

Benefits CommonGround Ministry/ Elena’s House. Featuring a fashion show that combines the latest fashions with fashionable products for the home, including countertops, flooring, light fixtures, hardware and windows. 5:30 p.m. $40 per person. S63 W13131

9/14 BRIGGS & AL’S RUN

& WALK FOR CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL Benefits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk is the oldest run and walk in the state of Wisconsin and one of the largest combined 8K events in the United States. The event has raised more than $14 million for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, with 100 percent of the gifts and pledges going directly to help children. Marquette campus, 414-2661520, alsrun.com.

9/14 2013 FRIENDS OF THE HAGGERTY FALL GALA Benefits Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University. Proceeds support the museum’s mission of providing free exhibitions and educational programs, designed to contribute to transformational lifelong learning and enjoyment of the arts. 1250 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-288-7290, marquette.edu/haggerty. 9/14 JDRF KOHL’S WALK TO CURE DIABETES Benefits JDRF Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter.

WALK MS: DOOR COUNTY Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Make an extraordinary difference in the lives of those affected by multiple sclerosis with Challenge Walk MS, a three-day, 50-mile all-inclusive fundraising walk set in scenic Door County. $1,500 minimum fundraising goal. Egg Harbor, Door County, 262-369-4400, challengewalkmswi.org.

9/21 2013 NAMIWALK WAUKESHA Benefits NAMI Waukesha. The NAMI Walk is the largest and most successful mental illness awareness event in America. This will be NAMI Waukesha’s 10th annual NAMIWalk. All funds raised support programs that are provided free of charge to those in need. 10 a.m. Free. 701 E. Moreland Blvd., Waukesha, 262-5248886, namiwalks.org. 9/21 15TH ANNUAL MTEF TENNIS BALL DINNER & AUCTION Benefits Milwaukee Tennis & Education Foundation. This annual fundraising event features cocktails, silent auction, sit-down dinner, evening program, live auction and music by the Eddie Butts Band! Money raised will benefit programs and services offered by MTEF. 6 p.m. $150 per person, $500+ sponsorship opportunities available. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-4036823, mtef.com.

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9/21 BEYOND THE BLUES

Benefits Charles E. Kubly Foundation. Join us for a casual and fun evening with music all night and excellent food by Saz’s Catering. 6 p.m. Summerfest grounds, 200 N. Harbor Dr., 414-4779959, beyondtheblues.org.

9/21 PAWS & CLAWS GALA

Region. Join business and community leaders at Stop the Pain to learn how arthritis is hurting business productivity, increasing health-care and disability costs, adding to absenteeism and making it difficult for local companies to find skilled workers. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., arthritis.org/wisconsin.

Benefits Wisconsin Humane Society. The evening will include exquisite silent and live auction items, a five-star dinner featuring local and sustainable fare and plenty of furry friends in ball gowns and tuxedos greeting you at the door! 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-431-6121, wihumane.org.

9/28 GROOV-A-THON Benefits

9/21 JDRF WALK TO CURE

MILWAUKEE Benefits Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. Take steps to alleviate hunger for thousands of families in eastern Wisconsin at Feeding America’s 11th annual Miles for Meals 5K run/two-walk along the lakefront. 8:30 a.m. 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-931-7400, feedingamericawi.org.

DIABETES AND 5K RUN Benefits JDRF Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. This event brings together walkers and runners from Manitowoc, Sheboygan and Fond du Lac counties. Fun and family friendly, the walk/run features live music, food and kids activities. Sponsorships and team-building opportunities available. Location TBD, 920-802-8820, jdrf.org/sewi.

9/25 CHAMPIONS FOR

CHANGE Benefits Community Shares of Greater Milwaukee. Join Community Shares of Greater Milwaukee to celebrate major pioneers in civic leadership and environmental progress as we present Greater Milwaukee’s 24th Annual Commitment to Justice Awards. 1721 W. Canal St., communitysharesmke.org.

9/26 EXEC CONNECT Benefits Meta House. Exec Connect is a one-hour update for stakeholders to connect with what’s happening programmatically and financially at Meta House. 7:30-8:30 a.m. or 4:30-5:30 p.m. Free. Location TBD, 414-977-5807, metahouse.org. 9/26 STOP THE PAIN Benefits

Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest

CORE/El Centro. A pledge event where people pledge for teams of dancers who do Nia, Zumba and Latin dance for four hours. Hospitality lounge included. 4-8 p.m. 130 W. Bruce St., Suite 300, 414384-2673, core-elcentro.org.

9/28 MILES FOR MEALS

9/28 INTERNATIONAL CRANE FOUNDATION’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Benefits International Crane Foundation. Celebrate cranes and conservation with inspiring guest speakers: renowned primatologist Jane Goodall and International Crane Foundation co-founder, George Archibald. Cocktail hour, dinner and live auction. 5:30 p.m. 758 N. Broadway, 608-356-9462, savingcranes.org.

9/29 SOCIETY SUNDAYS Benefits Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever. WAAGR members will be the wait staff, the table-bussing staff and greeters for this event. WAAGR makes a profit from every meal sold and keeps all the tips to help WAAGR’s dogs. 4-9 p.m. Pizzeria Piccola, 7606 W. State St., Wauwatosa, 414-517-7725, waagr.org.

10/TBD 2013 AWARDS BANQUET Benefits St. Francis Children’s Center. Join St. Francis Children’s Center in honoring three incredible individuals for their work and accomplishments in making our community a better place to live. 5:30 p.m. $150 per person, $1,500 per table of 10. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-351-0450, sfcckids.org/special-events. 10/TBD COATS FOR KIDS

Benefits the Salvation Army of Milwaukee County. This program provides an average of 5,000 coats to children in Milwaukee. Coats are picked up at various sites throughout the city. 414-302-4300, samilwaukee.org.

10/TBD WOMEN PIONEERS

IN RESEARCH AWARDS LUNCHEON Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin. While the award winners present on their research, attendees will enjoy lunch with physicians, scientists and medical students at each table to offer personal perspectives on the world of medical research. The mission of Women in Science is to showcase outstanding research and provide financial support for women scientists at the Medical College of Wisconsin. 11:45 a.m. Medical College of Wisconsin, 8701 Watertown Plank Rd., Wauwatosa, 414955-4717, mcw.edu/womeninscience.htm.

10/TBD COLUMBIA ST. MARY’S FOUNDATION GALA Benefits Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation. Join us for an evening of great food, auctions, entertainment and more! Proceeds benefit Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital programs. 6 p.m. $300 per person, sponsorships available. Location TBD, supportcsm.org.

10/TBD COUTURE FOR A

CURE Benefits Women for MACC. Raffles, silent auctions and luncheon after a fall fashion show. All proceeds

benefit childhood cancer research. 10:30 a.m. 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., womenformacc.org.

10/3 BASKETS OF HOPE Benefits

Eisenhower Center, Inc. Silent auction emceed by Jane Matenaer of Milwaukee’s B93.3 and live auction emceed by Steve “The Homer” True. Prizes include a Trek bicycle, dinner for 12 in your home catered by Zilli Hospitality Group, Cuisinart stainless steel cookware, Marquette ticket package and more. 5:30 p.m. $75 per person. 4425 W. Woolworth Ave., 414-353-8480, eisenhowercenter.org.

10/5 “A NIGHT IN PARIS” RMH

BLACK TIE GALA Benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin. Please join us for an elegant evening that will prove to be fulfilling as well as entertaining! 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-475-5085, rmhcmilwaukee.org.

10/5 TOUR OF HOMES Benefits

Wauwatosa Historical Society. This one-day event celebrates the preservation of homes in neighborhoods rich in architecture and history. $14 in advance, $17 at event. 7406 Hillcrest Dr., Wauwatosa, 414-774-8672, wauwatosahistoricalsociety.org.

10/6 FIGHT FOR AIR WALK

Benefits American Lung Association in Wisconsin. Our most missionfocused event, the 5K Fight for Air Walk underscores the need for healthy lungs for all of our daily activities. 8 a.m.-noon. No registration fee, but fundraising is requested and strongly encouraged. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 262-7034831, lungwi.org.

10/6 MOVING FORWARD: RIDE/WALK FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE Benefits Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Program. Activities for children, an

PROFILE Peggy Williams-Smith Senior Corporate Director, Marcus Hotels & Resorts – Catering & Events FROM COMPANYWIDE GIVING campaigns benefiting the United Way and United Performing Arts Fund to various charity sponsorships, Marcus Hotels & Resorts has in place many philanthropic efforts that help the local community year-round. In fact, for every charitable event booked at one of the company’s three Milwaukee hotels – The Pfister Hotel, InterContinental Milwaukee and Hilton Milwaukee – up to 10 percent is given back to the organization in the form of a sponsorship. Many wonderful charities have benefited from a collaboration with Marcus, including the American Heart Association and Milwaukee Ballet. Another great program benefiting a local charity is the Pink Room at InterContinental Milwaukee. Each time a guest books one of the special Pink Rooms at the hotel, a donation of $25 is made to ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis, a Milwaukee-based organization whose mission is to provide free, personalized information and support to people affected by breast cancer.

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CharitableEvents2013 amazing raffle, lunch and music round out the festivities after a 10-mile or 30-mile ride or a 1K, 2K or 5K walk. Proceeds go toward educational and support materials and events as well as to supplement community exercise opportunities for people with Parkinson’s. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. $20-$45 per person. 40 S. Main St., Dousman, 414805-8326, froedtert.com/movement.

A reader’s paradise! High-quality volumes and many current titles all organized for easy browsing. Plentiful parking. Proceeds from the sale provide transformational learning opportunities for adults throughout metro Milwaukee. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. No admission fee. 1916 N. Fourth St., 414-263-5874, alcmilwaukee.org/booksale.html.

10/8 2013 NAMI GREATER

10/24 ZOO BREW Benefits

MILWAUKEE AWARDS DINNER & AUCTION Benefits NAMI Greater Milwaukee. Help raise the funds needed to increase awareness of the often inequitable treatment and living conditions of people with mental illness. $75 per person, $1,000 per table of 10, $100 per Gold Ticket (to assist those who otherwise could not afford to attend). 631 E. Chicago St., 414-3440447, namigrm.org.

10/10 WBCS PINKTACULAR SALUTE TO SURVIVORS FASHION SHOW & LUNCHEON Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Enjoy a reception with a unique shopping bazaar followed by a luncheon and show featuring fashions modeled by breast and prostate cancer survivors. Reservations required. 10:30 a.m. 631 E. Chicago St., 414-2979152, breastcancershowhouse.org. 10/18 HAWS FALL

FUNDRAISING PARTY Benefits Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Help support the care and treatment of animals at the HAWS shelter as well as its educational programs and services. Enjoy great food and drink, meet and greet with HAWS’ adoptables, listen to live music, bid on silent and voice auction items and enter the cash raffle! 5:30 p.m. Ticket prices TBD. Sponsorship oppportunities available. 2810 Golf Rd., Pewaukee, 262-5428851, hawspets.org.

10/19 MPM 27TH ANNUAL GALA Benefits Milwaukee Public Museum. MPM’s Annual Gala is one of the social highlights of the season, offering guests a chance to don their most creative attire and immerse themselves in the exhibit or theme of the evening. 6 p.m. 800 W. Wells St., 414-278-6983, mpm.edu. 10/19 A COMMUNITY AFFAIR

Benefits Community League. Thirtyfirst annual arts, crafts, antiques and collectibles show with juried exhibitors, homemade luncheon, snack bar, cash and bucket raffles, silent auction, pastries and more. All proceeds support charities, scholarships, and civic projects. 9 a.m.4:30 p.m. $4 per person. W142 N8101 Merrimac Dr., Menomonee Falls, 414581-0352, communityleague.com.

10/19 - 10/30 ANNUAL

ALC USED BOOK SALE Benefits Adult Learning Center.

Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Enjoy samples of beers by Wisconsin brewers, specialty foods from metroMilwaukee businesses and animal sightings. Sampling stations will be available in limited areas throughout the Zoo. 6 p.m. VIP entrance, 7 p.m. general admission. $35 per member, $40 per nonmember. VIP tickets: $45 per member, $50 per nonmember. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-2582333, zoosociety.org.

10/26 LITERACY WALK WISCONSIN Benefits Milwaukee Achiever Literacy Services. 5K and 3K walk to provide adult literacy and workforce development programs for over 1,200 learners each year. Sponsorship opportunities available. 8:30 a.m. 2900 N. Menomonee River Pkwy., 414-4637389, literacywalkwisconsin.org. 11/TBD THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME FALL LUNCHEON Benefits Ozaukee Family Services. Enjoy a delicious lunch while learning about the various programs offered by Ozaukee Family Services. 3100 W. Country Club Dr., Mequon, 262-3767774, ozaukeefamilyservices.org. 11/TBD BIDS FOR KIDS

Benefits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. This semiformal sitdown dinner includes a raffle and live auction timed just right for your holiday shopping! Time TBD. $150 per person. Location TBD, 414-2666186, chw.org.

11/TBD LOMBARDI FOOD &

WINE EXPERIENCE Benefits Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Over the course of two weekends, guests will enjoy three incomparable evenings of exquisite wine tasting, decadent culinary samples, a luxurious dinner and much more. $95 per person. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., lombardifoundation.org.

11/TBD RED KETTLE CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN Benefits the Salvation Army of Milwaukee County. The Salvation Army’s annual fundraiser. Runs annually from November to January. 414-302-4300, samilwaukee.org. 11/1 2013 MCW HEALTHCARE DINNER Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin-Digestive Disease Center. Fundraising dinner in

support of research for the treatment and care of digestive diseases such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, reflux disease and various cancers of the digestive system. Keynote speaker to be announced. Call for sponsorship information and individual pricing. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-955-4701, mcw.edu.

11/1 - 12/31 CLICK FOR ST. NICK TOY DRIVE Benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. Making a difference in the life of a child this holiday season is just a click away! Donate a toy to one of our Club kids to spread joy to those who need it most. Online, 414-267-8158, boysgirlsclubs.org. 11/2 LET’S DANCE Benefits

Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County. Community members dance with Fred Astaire professionals in a dance competition. Audience members buy ballots for their favorite dancers. The event features group dance lessons, wine and beer tasting, hot appetizers and silent auction and raffle items. 7 p.m. $45 per person. 146 Green Bay Rd., Thiensville, 262-377-1616, volunteerozaukee.com.

11/3 JINGLE BELL RUN/

WALK FOR ARTHRITIS Benefits Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region. Jingle Bell Run/Walk is a fun and festive way to kick off your holidays by helping others! Wear a holiday-themed costume. Tie jingle bells to your shoelaces. Run or walk a 5K route with your team members and celebrate the season by giving. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., arthritis. org/jinglebellrun.

11/6 FROM HAND TO HEART

Benefits NSAA Arts Mill. Begin the holiday season enjoying community, heart-healthy food, music and handmade local art. Artisans provide a wide array of meaningful gifts for your holiday shopping, inspiring heart-to-heart exchanges this season. 1300 14th Ave., Grafton, 262-3773516, theartsmill.org.

11/8 FEED YOUR SOUL

Benefits Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. A charitable art auction to raise funds for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. As a symbol of plenty, simple wooden bowls are transformed by members of Milwaukee’s art and design community into innovative and original works of art. 7:30 p.m. 811 E. Vienna Ave., fysmke.com.

11/9 17TH ANNUAL HARVEST BALL GALA Benefits Stillwaters Cancer Support Services. Recognized as Waukesha’s premier gala, this elegant event offers attendees a full evening, including a silent and live auction, raffle, wine pull, excellent dinner and lively dancing.

6 p.m. $250 per person, $2,000 per table of eight. 400 S. Moorland Rd., Brookfield, 262-548-9148, stillwaterscenter.org.

11/15 WOODLAND PATTERN BOOK CENTER’S 33RD ANNIVERSARY GALA Benefits Woodland Pattern Book Center. Performance by Michael Ondaatje, award-winning author of The English Patient. Longtime supporter Barbara Brown Lee will also be honored. $100 per ticket. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 414-263-5001, woodlandpattern.org. 11/15 META MOMENTS Benefits Meta House. A casual opportunity to learn more about Meta House, our programs, meet a graduate and tour the residential facility. Lunch will be provided. RSVPs appreciated: 414977-5807 or cmelter@metahouse.org. Walk-ins welcome! Noon-1 p.m. 2626 N. Bremen St., metahouse.org. 11/28 COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING DINNER Benefits Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Now in its sixth year, the Community Thanksgiving Dinner is served out of three locations and also provides home delivery. Dinner is free and open to the public. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. 406 Jefferson St., West Bend, 262-305-0669, facebook.com/pages/ community-thanksgiving-dinner/ 260417754001846. 12/5 - 12/7 PORTAL HOLIDAY

COOKIE AND BAKE SALE FUNDRAISER Benefits Portal, inc. Sit back and relax; let us do your holiday baking for you. Boxed assorted cookies, candies, snack mixes, breads, etc. Artwork and crafts will also be for sale. Noon-5 p.m. on Dec. 5; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Dec. 6; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Dec. 7. W63 N643 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, 262-377-4410, portalinc.org.

12/7 GOLDENS’ HOLIDAY HOUSE Benefits Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever. The home will be decorated with approximately 30 themed trees and will include a baked goods sale, silent auction, complimentary refreshments and plenty of golden retrievers to greet attendees. 10 a.m. $5 donation requested, free for children under 2. N61 W12851 Hemlock Ct., Menomonee Falls, 414-517-7725, waagr.org. 12/12 UNITED WAY COMMUNITY CELEBRATION Benefits United Way of Greater Milwaukee. Network with the area’s top leaders as United Way of Greater Milwaukee announces its annual campaign results, which fund 160+ programs at over 80 local agencies. Time TBD. Location TBD, unitedwaymilwaukee.org.

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ALS ASSOCIATION WISCONSIN CHAPTER ALS Evening of Hope

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8

5/7

10

4/21

8

3/23 10/6 4/27

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AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION IN WISCONSIN 2013 Fight for Air Climb Fight for Air Walk O2 Oxygen Ball

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5/18 10 ● 2/22 4 11/3 20 8/17 15 9/26 19

ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN THE METAL INDUSTRIES - WISCONSIN CHAPTER AWMI Wisconsin Chapter Golf Outing

6/3

11

3/23 9/8

5 18

AUTISM SOCIETY OF SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN Autism Gala Dylan’s Run for Autism

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● 2/23

4

3/16

5

14th Annual BRPF Golf Outing, Dinner and Auction BRPF Team Challenge

19th Annual Irish Eve The Roaring 20s Speakeasy Gala

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11/1 5/1 3/24 1/10

20 9 5 3

5/4

9

6/3 3/1

11 4

3/9 2/9

5 4

4/18

8

CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION, HEARING & DEAFNESS Annual Gardens Luncheon

CHARLES ALLIS AND VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUMS ●

6/19

14

9/21

19

5/21

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10/TBD 19 6/TBD 10

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CHARLES E. KUBLY FOUNDATION Beyond the Blues

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF WISCONSIN Bids for Kids Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk for Children’s Hospital Dave & Carole Miracle Marathon Nestle Celebrity Golf Invitational Tee-Up Fore Kids

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11/TBD 9/14 5/23 6/10 9/9

20 18 10 11 18

CITY YEAR MILWAUKEE City Year Milwaukee Takes You Back to School

Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation Gala Tradition of Caring Celebration

COLUMBIA ST. MARY’S FOUNDATION BREAST HEALTH CENTERS

BEL CANTO CHORUS Midnight in Paris – Bel Canto Chorus Annual Gala

9 10 18 10

10

COLUMBIA ST. MARY’S FOUNDATION

BAY VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER 5th Annual Wine Tasting Benefit

5/4 5/18 9/19 5/20

BRYON RIESCH PARALYSIS FOUNDATION

A Chair to Remember

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION UPPER MIDWEST REGION Arthritis Walk International Wine Tasting Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis Run/Walk to Milwaukee Irish Fest Stop the Pain

CEDARBURG CULTURAL CENTER

AMERICAN LIVER FOUNDATION Flavors of Wisconsin

Click for St. Nick Toy Drive Lawyers for Boys & Girls Lumberjack Brunch Youth of the Year

Brookfield Academy Dinner Auction

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 38th Annual Ladies’ Spring Benefit

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BROOKFIELD ACADEMY

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN EDUCATION FOUNDATION A Fashionable Affair

Best Buddies Friendship Walk: Downtown Milwaukee Best Buddies Friendship Walk: Lake Country Best Buddies Leadership Breakfast Best Buddies Wisconsin Golf Outing

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER MILWAUKEE

ALLIANCE OF WISCONSIN ANIMAL REHOMING EFFORTS Great Lakes Pet Expo

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BEST BUDDIES WISCONSIN

ADULT LEARNING CENTER Annual ALC Used Book Sale

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ABCD: AFTER BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS Date with a Plate

Activity Ball/Gala/Dance Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Golf Outing Tasting Fashion Show

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Activity Ball/Gala/Dance Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Golf Outing Tasting Fashion Show

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A Passion For Fashion – Fashion Show and Luncheon

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COMMOMGROUND MINISTRY/ELENA’S HOUSE Refashion for Life

5/9

10

10/19 20

COMMUNITY LEAGUE A Community Affair

Feed Your Soul Grateful Plate Miles for Meals Milwaukee

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6/18 4/27 8/10

14 8 15

COMMUNITY SHARES OF GREATER MILWAUKEE Champions for Change

9/25

11/28 20

19

2/5

3

CORE/EL CENTRO “Whole in One” Golf Outing in Memory of Carm Gianforte CORE Momentum Groov-a-thon

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8/2 5/1 9/28

15 9 19

Fondy Farm Feast

FRIENDS OF THE DOMES

Fall into the Fifties Sock Hop Restaurants Under Glass

6/22 8/24

14 15

27th Annual Used Book Sale

Gala in the Garden 2013

6/1

10

Moving Forward: Ride/Walk for Parkinson’s Disease

4/6

5

6/13

11

6/1

10

7/27

14

DISCOVERY WORLD Discovery World Gala

EASTER SEALS SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN Walk With Me Milwaukee

6/14

11

10/3

19

4/27

9

EISENHOWER CENTER, INC. Baskets of Hope

ELM GROVE JUNIOR GUILD

Elm Grove Junior Guild’s Tree of Giving Gala

6/14

11

8/18

15

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18 3

3/8

5

7/20

14

10/6

19

4/13

5

Germantown Community Scholarship Fund Dinner & Auction

2/7

3

8/10

15

GIFT OF ADOPTION FUND - WISCONSIN CHAPTER GREATER MILWAUKEE FOUNDATION

3/14

5

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9/14 6/19

18 14

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5/9 1/19

10 3

2/25

4

8/17 3/17 2/8 5/4 10/18 8/17 1/26

15 5 4 9 20 15 3

HAGGERTY MUSEUM OF ART, MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY 2013 Friends of the Haggerty Fall Gala Friends of the Haggerty 2013 Spring Benefit

HARRY & ROSE SAMSON FAMILY JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

DAYLILY SOCIETY OF SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN Daylily Sale

11/8 20 6/12 11 9/28 19

GERMAN IMMERSION FOUNDATION

Match Day 2013

DANCEWORKS, INC. Danceworks Mad Hot Celebration

FROEDTERT & THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN PARKINSON’S AND MOVEMENT DISORDERS PROGRAM

“Kidding Around” with Gift of Adoption ●

CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION Tomato Dodgeball – Adult Improv Comedy

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GERMANTOWN COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP FUND ● ●

CYCLIC VOMITING SYNDROME ASSOCIATION 7th Annual 5K Run/Walk to Stop the Cycle of CVS

8/2 6/7 7/12 9/7 2/16

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FONDY FOOD CENTER

German Immersion Foundation Silent Auction

COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG ABUSE OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Adrenaline Marathon/Half Marathon Adrenaline Triathlon

FRIENDS OF VILLA TERRACE

COPE SERVICES COPE – From the Heart Luncheon

FRIENDS OF THE ELM GROVE LIBRARY

COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING DINNER Community Thanksgiving Dinner

FLORENTINE OPERA COMPANY Pasta & Puccini

COMMUNITY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION 15th Annual Golf Classic 23rd Annual Spring Splendor Wheeling for Healing

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FEEDING AMERICA EASTERN WISCONSIN

COMMUNITY ADVOCATES & MILWAUKEE WOMEN’S CENTER Spring Fling 2013

Thank Dog It’s Friday Thank Dog It’s Friday Thank Dog It’s Friday Wagfest Wine & Whiskers

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ELMBROOK HUMANE SOCIETY

COLUMBIA ST. MARY’S REGIONAL BURN CENTER AND WISCONSIN ALLIANCE FOR FIRE SAFETY Burn Center Golf Invitational

Activity Ball/Gala/Dance Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Golf Outing Tasting Fashion Show

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KidShare 2013 Laugh It Up Milwaukee 2013: Stand Up to Bullying

HISTORIC MILWAUKEE, INC.

Remarkable Milwaukee: Honoring Conrad Schmitt Studios and Bernard O. Gruenke

HUMANE ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY OF WAUKESHA COUNTY 4th Annual Ride for Rover Extreme Makeover: HAWS Edition Have a Heart Bake Sale HAWS 30th Annual Pet Walkathon HAWS Fall Fundraising Party HAWS Pet Fair in Menomonee Falls Oompa Paws, the Polka Party for HAWS

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5/22

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9/28

19

8/10

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IN TANDEM THEATRE

The Crystal Ball – 15 Years of Theatre Magic

INDEPENDENCEFIRST

A Night For Independence

INTERFAITH OLDER ADULT PROGRAMS, INC.

Clinton Rose Senior Center Friends Launch Kelly Senior Center Friends Launch McGovern Park Senior Center Friends Launch Rummage Sale and Metal Recycling Fundraiser Washington Park Senior Center Friends Launch Wilson Senior Center Friends Launch

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INTERNATIONAL CRANE FOUNDATION

International Crane Foundation’s 40th Anniversary Celebration

JAY BALCHUNAS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND OF THE WAUKESHA COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Jay Balchunas Memorial Golf Outing

JDRF SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN CHAPTER

17th Annual JDRF Gala JDRF Kohl’s Walk to Cure Diabetes JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes and 5K Run

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4/18

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4/20

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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF WISCONSIN

Auto Show Gala – CARnevale! JA Free Enterprise Golf Invitational Legends Breakfast Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame™ Induction Ceremony and Benefit Dinner

KATHY’S HOUSE

Kathy’s House 2013 Gala

KING ADVISORY, INC.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Back-to-School Festival

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15

4/25

8

7/13

14

LAD LAKE

Bright Light, Big Dreams

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6/1

10

8/22

15

LYNDEN SCULPTURE GARDEN Harry & Peg Bradley’s Backyard Barbecue

6/3

11

5/8

10

4/13

5

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7/15 6/8 2/16 5/30 6/27 9/12 10/TBD

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE-WISCONSIN, INC. Fifth Annual Investment Conference

MAPLE DALE-INDIAN HILL EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION MDIH Benefit Bash – Grease is the Word

MARCUS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Broadway Bash 2013

MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN CVC Golf Challenge Have a Heart Motorcycle Ride Steve Cullen Healthy Heart Club Run & Walk Women in Science Luncheon Women in Science Luncheon Women in Science Luncheon Women Pioneers in Research Awards Luncheon

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MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN - DIGESTIVE DISEASE CENTER 2013 MCW Healthcare Dinner On Course for a Cure – MCW LPGA Pro-Am Golf Tournament

MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF WISCONSIN Eat, Learn, Give: Annual Dinner Event

Tartan Bash 2013

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A Day for Meta House Exec Connect Exec Connect Meta Moments Meta Moments

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4/27 6/21

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MILWAUKEE ACHIEVER LITERACY SERVICES Literacy Walk Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM’S FRIENDS OF ART Bal du Lac Lakefront Festival of Arts

MILWAUKEE BALLET GLAM ROCK!: The Ball 2013 The Big Pink Party

Cheers to Chamber!

6/21

14

A Taste of Mardi Gras

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5

5/4

9

3/23

5

MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN

LUTHERAN COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES OF WISCONSIN Kruz for Kinder

MILWAUKEE CHORISTERS

LIFE NAVIGATORS

2013 Challenger Event

MILWAUKEE CHAMBER THEATRE

LAKE COUNTRY WOMEN’S CLUB

38th Annual Lake Country Art Festival

Chili’s MACC Open

META HOUSE

JOURNEY HOUSE CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 2013 Journey House Gala & Auction

MACC FUND

MEQUON-THIENSVILLE EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC.

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES

The Milwaukee Masterpiece

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MILWAUKEE MONTESSORI SCHOOL

Milwaukee Montessori School Annual Gala

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MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

MSOE President’s Golf Outing MSOE Regents’ Golf Outing

Activity Ball/Gala/Dance Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Golf Outing Tasting Fashion Show Antique Tractor & Machinery Show Bluegrass at the Village Flag Day Celebration OCHS Free Admission Weekend Revolutionary War Re-enactment

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10/8 5/18

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PORTAL, INC.

9/8

18

ROGERS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

9/21

18

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NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY - WISCONSIN CHAPTER

30th Annual MS Snowmobile Tour Bike MS: Best Dam Bike Ride Challenge Walk MS: Door County Walk MS: Brown County Walk MS: Eau Claire Walk MS: Fond du Lac Walk MS: Fox Cities Walk MS: Grafton Walk MS: Janesville Walk MS: Kenosha-Racine Walk MS: La Crosse Walk MS: Lake Country Walk MS: Madison Walk MS: Marshfield Walk MS: Menomonee Falls Walk MS: Milwaukee Walk MS: Platteville Walk MS: Rhinelander Walk MS: Sheboygan Walk MS: Waukesha Walk MS: Wausau

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2/28 4/27

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7/11

14

SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI 5th Annual Wine & Vine Etc.

SOJOURNER FAMILY PEACE CENTER Awear Fashion Show Tailgate at Miller Park

SPECIAL SPACES MILWAUKEE

The Secret’s Out! A Gala Benefiting Special Spaces

ST. AEMILIAN-LAKESIDE Blutender Friend Raiser Cirque du SAL

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4/18

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10 4

11/6

20

2013 Awards Banquet Wine, Beer & Chocolate Tasting

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STILLWATERS CANCER SUPPORT SERVICES 17th Annual Harvest Ball Gala 2013 Hospital Food Fight

11/9 ● 3/24

20 5

4/22

8

STRING ACADEMY OF WISCONSIN SCHOLARSHIP FUND

NSAA ARTS MILL From Hand to Heart

“A Night in Paris” RMH Black Tie Gala RMH Chefs’ Dinner RMH Golf Classic

ST. FRANCIS CHILDREN’S CENTER

NORTH SHORE ACADEMY OF THE ARTS

NSAA Annual Golf Outing Starlight Night

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF EASTERN WISCONSIN

9th Annual Fulfilling the Dream Gala ●

NONPROFIT CENTER OF MILWAUKEE, INC. Inspire by Example Volunteer Celebration

ST. ANN CENTER FOR INTERGENERATIONAL CARE

NEXT ACT THEATRE Bravo, Next Act!

Port Fish Day Run/Walk Portal Holiday Cookie and Bake Sale Fundraiser

18th Annual Rogers Golf Classic 9th Annual Women’s Gathering

NAMI WAUKESHA

2013 NAMIWalk Waukesha

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PENFIELD CHILDREN’S CENTER

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NAMI RACINE

NAMI Racine Bike ‘n Hike

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OZAUKEE FAMILY SERVICES

18th Annual Croquet Ball

NAMI GREATER MILWAUKEE

2013 NAMI Greater Milwaukee Awards Dinner & Auction 2013 NAMIWalk Greater Milwaukee

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OZAUKEE FAMILY SERVICES

There is No Place Like Home Fall Luncheon

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN 20th Annual MDA Black-N-Blue Ball

Midsummer Magic

Spring Brunch

MILWAUKEE TENNIS & EDUCATION FOUNDATION 15th Annual MTEF Tennis Ball Dinner & Auction

OLD WORLD WISCONSIN FOUNDATION OZAUKEE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

MILWAUKEE REPERTORY THEATER The Rep’s Annual Gala

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Food & Froth MPM 27th Annual Gala

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MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM

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Activity Ball/Gala/Dance Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Golf Outing Tasting Fashion Show

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Scholarship Benefit Concert

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THE PARENTING NETWORK The Parenting Network’s 25th Annual Pro-Am Golf Classic

6/14

11

4/26

8

3/1

4

6/2

10

8/27 6/21 9/TBD 12/12 5/1

15 14 18 20 9

UNITED PERFORMING ARTS FUND UPAF Ride for the Arts

6/15

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5/2

9

11/2

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6/6

11

3/9 8/3 10/5

5 15 19

12/7 9/29 8/10 6/14

20 19 15 14

WISCONSIN ADOPT A GOLDEN RETRIEVER Goldens Holiday House Society Sundays WAAGR’s Annual Golf Outing WAAGR’s Really Big Rummage Sale

Couture for a Cure Shoot for a Cure Women for MACC’s Pasta Fest

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6/17 3/22

14 5

5/7

10

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1/26 3 11/15 20

3/9

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1/21 8/29

3 15

5/4

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4/12

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WOODLAND PATTERN BOOK CENTER

YMCA AT PABST FARMS

YMCA OF METROPOLITAN MILWAUKEE 16th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast YMCA Black Achievers Celebration Breakfast

YOUTHAITI YWCA SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN ZONTA FOUNDATION, INC. Zonta World of Fashion Fundraiser

WAUWATOSA HISTORICAL SOCIETY Blarney Run/Walk Firefly Art Fair Tour of Homes

Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon

Circle of Women

WALKER’S POINT YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER Planting Seeds of Hope – Growing a Better Tomorrow

Friends of Wisco Charity Golf Outing The Big Friday Night Auction “Cracks the Case!”

Youthaiti Unity Makes Strength Benefit Dinner

VOLUNTEER CENTER OF OZAUKEE COUNTY Let’s Dance

Feasting for Felix

2013 Strong Kids Dinner Auction ● ●

VISION FORWARD ASSOCIATION Feast for the Senses

Feasting for Fido Paws & Claws Gala Tails on the Trail Dog Walk

19th Annual Poetry Marathon & Benefit Woodland Pattern Book Center’s 33rd Anniversary Gala

VINCE LOMBARDI CANCER FOUNDATION Dinner with Lombardi Legends Lombardi Food & Wine Experience Lombardi Walk/Run for Cancer Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence Dinner Ball Vince Lombardi Golf Classic

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WISCONSIN HUMANE SOCIETY

WOMEN FOR MACC ● ● ● ●

URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER 6th Annual Summer Solstice Soiree & Auction

14 19 10

WOMEN AND GIRLS FUND OF WAUKESHA COUNTY

UNITED WAY OF GREATER MILWAUKEE Community Campaign Kickoff Day of Action Volunteer Project Days of Caring Volunteer Program United Way Community Celebration Women’s Leadership Luncheon

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WISCONSIN LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL

ULSTER PROJECT MILWAUKEE Ulster Project Family Fun Night 2013

14 3 20 10 11 10

WBCS “Tee Up for a Cure” Golf Outing WBCS Pink Tie Gala ● WBCS Pinktacular Salute to Survivors Fashion Show & Luncheon WBCS Showhouse for a Cure “Raise a Glass to Hope” Gala ● WBCS Showhouse for a Cure Designer Day ● WBCS Showhouse for a Cure Public Tours ●

WISCONSIN HUMANE SOCIETY OZAUKEE CAMPUS

THE WOMEN’S CENTER Anniversary Luncheon

7/22 1/26 ● 10/10 5/31 6/9 6/1

WISCONSIN BREAST CANCER SHOWHOUSE, INC.

THE SALVATION ARMY OF MILWAUKEE COUNTY Coats for Kids Coats for Kids Feed the Kids Red Kettle Christmas Campaign

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THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY Milwaukee Oyster Roast The Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour

Activity Ball/Gala/Dance Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Golf Outing Tasting Fashion Show

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Activity Ball/Gala/Dance Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Golf Outing Tasting Fashion Show

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ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF MILWAUKEE Animal Safari Beastly Bowl-a-Thon Birdies and Eagles Golf Tournament Puttin’ on the Ritz Ride on the Wild Side Snooze at the Zoo Wines and Beers of the World Zoo Ball 2013 Zoo Brew Zootastic!

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