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CharitableEvents The top galas and balls, luncheons and dinners, runs, rides, walks, auctions, outings and more!

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Making a Difference

President and Publisher

Betty Ewens Quadracci Associate Publisher

Linda L. Lundeen editor

Laurie A. Szpot Project Manager

Kristin Chose

Ten years ago, we started this comprehensive Charitable Events Guide to showcase the phenomenal work that local nonprofits and businesses are providing to the metro Milwaukee area. Over the years, we’ve been delighted with the responses we’ve received from you, our valuable readers, who have supported these enjoyable and beneficial events for a decade. This year, we’ve added a new exciting feature. Throughout the Guide, you’ll find full-page highlights of several important organizations that are making an everyday difference in our communities. Take a look at their mission statements, upcoming events and, most importantly, how you can make a difference by volunteering your time to assist others in need and by supporting the arts in our area. We’ve also added more options to our website, milwaukeemag.com. Now, you can not only continue to view monthly events throughout the year, but you can also submit your favorite charitable events to an online calendar. And you can upload photos from past events for all to see or check out photos from other organizations. Of course, the main feature is still the listings of upcoming balls, galas, luncheons, dinners, runs, rides, golf outings and more! For the new year, add an event or two (or three) to your calendar, and help strengthen our city and state through these positive organizations. Also, mark Nov. 15, 2012, on your calendar as the submission deadline for events in 2013.

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Thank You to our sponsors!

PROFILES 4 Mary Dowell, Johnson Controls 29 Peggy Williams-Smith, Marcus Hotels & Resorts

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Events Listings All information is provided by sponsoring organizations and subject to change. check with organizations in advance to confirm details. edited By laurie a. szpot

1/2 - 12/31 VIP JA Bowl-AThon Benefits Junior Achievement of

Wisconsin, Inc. Pick a date to energize your workplace with this unique teambuilding experience. Bowling, beer, soda, snacks, pizza, prizes and more! Company sponsorship or combined individual and corporate giving options. Time TBD. Casual attire. AMF Bowlero, 11737 W. Burleigh St., Wauwatosa, 414577-3800, wisconsin.ja.org.

1/16 YMCA’S 15TH ANNUAL DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BREAKFAST Benefits YMCA

of Metropolitan Milwaukee. The Y will host its 15th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and those in the local community dedicated to serving others. Preregistration is required. 7 a.m. Business casual attire. $30/person, $300/table. 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-274-0755, ymcamke.org/ mlk2012.

1/21 Laugh It Up Milwaukee: Featuring SNL’s Seth Meyers Benefits

Gilda’s Club of Southeastern Wisconsin and Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center. Seth Meyers will take the stage at this annual event focused on the power of community in the face of so many challenges. 7:30 p.m. Casual attire. $75/person, $100/person. Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center, 6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Whitefish Bay, 414-9678174, laughitupmilwaukee.org.

1/26 Friends of the Benedict Center Luncheon Benefits Benedict

Center. New executive director Jeanne Geraci will be giving an overview of what is on the horizon for the new year at the Benedict Center. 11:30 a.m. Business professional attire. University Club of Milwaukee, 924 E. Wells St., 414-3471774, benedictcenter.org.

100 and 150 miles a day to raise funds for MS research and programming. Includes all-inclusive three-night stay at the Potawatomi Carter Casino Hotel. Active attire. $45/person, $650/pledge minimum. Potawatomi Carter Casino Hotel, 618 Hwy. 32, Carter, 800-2423358, wisms.org.

1/27 Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. AMF West Allis, 10901 W. Lapham St., 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

1/27 Restaurants Under Glass Benefits Friends of the Domes. Enjoy samples from Milwaukee’s best restaurants set against the ambiance of the Mitchell Park Conservatory and the popular annual Train Show and Fantasy Garden. In addition to admission, food tickets and raffle tickets are $1 each. 6:30 p.m. Casual attire. $15/adult, $5/ child. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-257-5600, milwaukeedomes.org.

1/28 4th Annual Strikes for Hope Charity Bowling Tournament

Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center. Join us for a day of fun, prizes and philanthropy. The bowling teams will consist of four-person teams. Prizes, 50/50 raffles and more. Your team can bowl at noon or 3 p.m. Casual attire. $10/person, $100/team. AMF Bowlero, 11737 W. Burleigh St., Wauwatosa, 414-708-6666, mcw. edu/cancercenter/partnersevents/ strikesforhopebowlingtournament.htm.

1/26 Puttin’ on the Ritz Benefits Zoological Society of

1/28 Oom Pa Paws Benefits Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Polka your paws off for HAWS! Enjoy an evening of live music and dancing, win door prizes and bid on great silent auction items. 7 p.m. Casual attire. $20/person, $180/table. Saxe’s Restaurant, W325 S1767 Mickle Rd., Genesee, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org.

1/26 - 1/29 MS Snowmobile Tour Benefits National Multiple

1/28 Pink Tie Gala Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Enjoy an evening of dancing and dining in Lake Country to support breast and prostate cancer research at the Medical College of

Milwaukee. Cocktails, gourmet fivecourse dinner and auction to be followed by amateur boxing and cigars. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. $185/person, $1,480/ table, $2,000/corporate table. 1721 W. Canal St., 414-258-2333.

Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Almost 200 snowmobilers sled between

Wisconsin. Reservations required. 6 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. $125/ person. The Delafield Hotel, 415 Genesee St., Delafield, 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

1/28 Spotlight On Life Gala Benefits National Kidney

Foundation of Wisconsin. Leaders from Wisconsin’s transplant institutions are paired with professionals from Fred Astaire Dance Studios to perform in a “Dancing With the Stars”-style contest. Silent and live auctions, dinner and program. All proceeds stay in Wisconsin. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. $85/person. InterContinental Hotel, 139 E. Kilbourn Ave., 800-5436393, spotlightonlife.org.

1/28 Tartan Ball 2012

Benefits Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation. The Tartan Ball is a social event that provides an opportunity for all members of the Mequon-Thiensville community to join together to celebrate excellence in education and raise funds. 6:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 262-238-5697, mtef.org.

1/28 - 1/29 Woodland Pattern’s Annual Poetry Marathon Benefits

Woodland Pattern Book Center. This event will bring together writers from different genres, from those widely published to others just beginning. Each marathon reader presents five minutes of work: poetry, fiction, prose, performance art, music or a combination. Must raise at least $35 in pledges. 10 a.m. Casual attire. $6/member, $7/in advance, $8/ nonmember. Woodland Pattern Book Center, 720 E. Locust St., 414-263-5001, woodlandpattern.org.

2/1 - 3/31 Women for MACC Cute Kids CALENDAR Contest 2012 Benefits MACC Fund. This is your chance to have your child featured in the Annual MACC Fund calendar and support the fight against childhood cancer! The Cute Kids Calendar Contest, sponsored by Women for MACC and Mortensen Portrait Design, is open to children ages 10 and under. Time TBD. Casual attire. Location TBD, 414-456-5830, womenformacc.org.

2/2 Germantown Community Scholarship Fund Auction & Dinner Benefits Germantown Community Scholarship Fund. The theme for the

27th annual dinner and auction is “Tropical Elegance” and includes a calendar raffle, wine tree, student art, silent auction and voice auction events. The Scholarship Fund awards money to Germantown School District graduates to continue their education at a college, university or vocational/technical school. 5 p.m. Business casual attire. The Quilted Bear, N111 W18611 Mequon Rd., Germantown, 414-690-0158, germantownscholarship.org/index.htm.

2/2 Milwaukee Red Dress Dash Benefits American Heart Association. This fun, noncompetitive run through Downtown is designed to promote American Heart Month and, specifically, the Go Red for Women movement. So ladies and gentlemen, put on your “best” red dresses and accessories and get ready to brave the elements for a good cause! Time TBD. Outdoor attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-227-1412.

2/2 Waukesha Red Dress Dash Benefits American Heart

Association. This fun, noncompetitive run will help raise awareness for American Heart Month and, specifically, the Go Red for Women movement. So ladies and gentlemen, put on your “best” red dresses and accessories and get ready to brave the elements for a good cause! Time TBD. Outdoor attire. Location TBD, 414-227-1412.

2/2 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 and more. VIP tickets: $50/ members, $60/nonmembers. Regular admission: $40/members, $50/ nonmembers. 6 p.m. (VIP entry) and 7 p.m. Business casual attire. Peck Welcome Center, 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org.

2/4 Great Lakes Pet Expo

Benefits Alliance of Wisconsin Animal Rehoming Efforts. The Great Lakes Pet Expo is a great family event. There will be plenty of animals for adoption, a huge reptile display, great entertainment, wonderful shopping and more! 10 a.m. Casual attire. $6/adult, children/ free. Wisconsin Exposition Center, 640 S. 84th St., West Allis, 414-840-7411, petexpomilwaukee.com.

2/4 Hobby & Cookbook Sale Benefits Milwaukee Public

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Library. Support your library as well as your favorite hobbies. Books will be available for $1. 10 a.m. Casual attire. 400 N. Water St., 414-286-2142, mpl.org.

2/4 Something Wicked This Way Comes Benefits

Optimist Theatre/Shakespeare in the Park. With your help, something wicked is indeed coming to Alverno College. Join us for an evening of double, double toil and trouble and a special fundraising event for the third annual Shakespeare in the Park, featuring Macbeth in June 2012. Time TBD. Alverno College TLTC, 3400 S. 43rd St., 262-498-5777, optimisttheatre.org.

2/4 - 2/5 Cedarburg Winter Festival Benefits

Festivals of Cedarburg, Inc. A free, twoday indoor/outdoor festival in Historic Cedarburg. The 38th anniversary features an ice-carving contest, chili contest, hayrides, parade and many more family-fun activities! 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sat. and 8 a.m.-noon on Sun. Outdoor attire. Historic Downtown Cedarburg, 888-894-4001, cedarburgfestivals.org.

2/7 COPE From the Heart

Benefits COPE Hotline. Special guest speaker Dr. Scott Stoner presents Listening from the Heart at this special luncheon to fund the ongoing education about depression and mental illness. 11 a.m. Business professional attire. Ozaukee Country Club, 10823 N. River Rd., Mequon, 262-377-1477, copeservices. com.

2/10 Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling,

a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. AMF Bowlero, 11737 W. Burleigh St., 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

2/10 Little Sweetheart Dance Benefits Betty Brinn

Children’s Museum. For families with young children. Silent auction, dessert buffet and dancing. 6 p.m. Semiformal attire. 929 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-3905437, bbcmkids.org.

2/11 18th Annual Make Believe Ball Benefits First Stage

Children’s Theater. This year’s Ball will satisfy the sweet tooth of everyone in your family with the theme “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Included is a formal dinner, one-of-a-kind voice and silent auction, children’s entertainment, music and dancing. This event is suited for families with children ages 3 and older. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie attire. $175/adult, $50/child, $2,000/table. Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-267-2937, firststage. org/supportus/specialevents.asp.

2/11 34th Annual Milwaukee Heart Ball

Benefits American Heart Association. Enjoy a night of fine dining, music and dance as we celebrate the mission of the American Heart Association. Silent and live auctions and an “Open Your Heart” appeal will help raise funds to support life-saving work. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. $500/person. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-227-1458, milwaukeeheartball.org.

2/11 An Evening of Wine and Roses Benefits Museum

of Wisconsin Art. Delight in the opportunity to sample rare and limited reserve wines. The auction and raffle items include fine art and collector’s

wines. Event attendees have rated this evening as one of the best wine tastings in the region. Sponsored by the Business Journal Serving Greater Milwaukee. 5 p.m. Cocktail attire. $40/member, $50/ nonmember. Museum of Wisconsin Art, 300 S. Sixth Ave., West Bend, 262-3349638, wisconsinart.org.

2/11 Sing-a-thon Benefits

Milwaukee Children’s Choir. MCC heads to the mall for a day full of singing and special Valentine’s wishes. For a small donation, choirs will sing you a valentine. All donations support educational programming. 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Casual attire. 5800 N. Bayshore Dr., Glendale, 414-221-7040, milwaukeechildrenschoir.org.

2/11 - 2/12 Hope Floats

Benefits Milwaukee Wave of Hope. An evening of cocktails, dinner, music and silent auction that will benefit many local charities, including America SCORES Milwaukee, Milwaukee Wave of Hope, Ronald McDonald House and United Way of Greater Milwaukee, to name a few. 6 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 N. Broadway St., 262-746-9292, milwaukeewaveofhope.org.

2/12 Society Sundays at Pizzeria Piccola Benefits Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever (WAAGR). WAAGR volunteers serve as the greeters and table-bussing staff. All tips and a portion of the food sales go toward the care of Goldens in our group’s care. 4 p.m. Casual attire. Pizzeria Piccola, 7606 W. State St., Wauwatosa, 414-517-7725, waagr.org.

2/14 Valentines Hearts & Flowers Benefits Friends of

the Domes. Bring your sweetheart and experience the Domes at night! Music,

food and drinks make this a memorable occasion. 6 p.m. Casual attire. $10/adult, $5/child. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-2575600, milwaukeedomes.org.

2/16 Junior Achievement Business Challenge

Benefits Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc. Exciting business strategy tournament for young entrepreneurs to run global companies. Mentors guide students who are in complete control to earn scholarships and advance to the state championship. 8 a.m. Business professional attire. No cost for students or schools. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, 12301 W. Wirth St., 414577-3800, wisconsin.ja.org.

2/17 International Wine Tasting Benefits Arthritis

Foundation. The 15th Annual Wine Tasting will feature multiple selections of wine hand-picked by the Balistreri Sendik’s Food Markets. 7 p.m. The Pfister, 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 800-3331380, wine.kintera.org.

2/18 Food & Froth Benefits Milwaukee Public Museum. No food or drink in the exhibits? Not on this night! Sample more than 200 different beers from Midwestern and international breweries, enjoy live music from a variety of local musicians and taste creations from many of Milwaukee’s food vendors – all while strolling the museum exhibits during this popular brew fest. 7 p.m. Casual attire. 800 W. Wells St., 414-2782728, mpm.edu/events/foodfroth. 2/18 St. Francis Borgia School Auction from the Heart Benefits St. Francis

Borgia School. Get your shoulder pads and leg warmers out as St. Francis Borgia School goes back to the ’80s. This dinner and auction event will help support

PROFILE Mary Dowell Director of Global Community Relations, Johnson Controls Johnson Controls offers several programs that inspire employees to get involved in their communities. The Community Involvement Program (CIP), for instance, encourages employee volunteerism. CIP was started more than 30 years ago at the company’s headquarters and was expanded nationally in 2009. Last year, the program launched globally in communities where Johnson Controls has a presence, says Mary Dowell, Johnson Controls’ director of global community relations. Another employee-driven program that Johnson Controls offers is Executive Involvement and Steering (EIS), which seeks to strategically match leaders’ professional expertise and personal passions with area community and nonprofit organizations. Since its inception in 2008, EIS participation has increased by 321 percent, says Dowell. The EIS program is scheduled to launch globally in 2012. “There are over 1,700 employees participating in these two programs worldwide, with a total of 96,000 volunteer hours logged as of [2011],” she notes. “In fact, within the first 30 days of the global launch of CIP, employees around the world logged a record 12,000 hours.” Johnson Controls offers additional philanthropic support for the community through its Foundation, which provides grants to organizations in the areas of arts, education, health and social service, and the environment. The Foundation also finances the Education and Arts Matching Gift Program, where employee financial contributions are matched dollar for dollar, based on the program guidelines, says Dowell. 4 ⁄ Milwaukee Magazine ⁄ Charitable Events Guide 2012

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Cedarburg’s Catholic elementary school. 5 p.m. Costume attire. Hilton Garden Inn, 11600 W. Park Place, 262-377-2050, sfbauction.org.

late. 6 p.m. Casual attire. Discounted tickets available when you order online. ComedySportz, 420 S. First St., 262-5421154, mastersingersofmilwaukee.org.

2/18 Wine and Whiskers

2/24 - 2/26 2012 Mystery Dinner Theatre Fundraiser Benefits South

Benefits Elmbrook Humane Society. The EHS winter fundraiser will celebrate the magic and glamour of Hollywood, highlighting the many four-legged celebrities who have won our hearts over the years. Walk the red carpet, pose for the paparazzi, enjoy a luxurious menu, sample delicious wines for purchase and bid on silent auction items such as celebrity-worthy travel packages and one-of-a-kind “SWAG” bags. 7 p.m. Cocktail attire. Westmoor Country Club, 400 S. Moorland Rd., Brookfield, 262-782-9261, ebhs.org.

2/21 Alzheimer’s Association Mardi Gras Gala Benefits Alzheimer’s

Association. Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, live music, entertainment and a voice auction. 5 p.m. Business professional attire. $200/person, $2,500/ table. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 414-4798800, alz.org/sewi.

2/23 Reason 4 Romance

Benefits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin. Enjoy an evening of appetizers and drinks along with live entertainment hosted by the Wgirls. 5:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. Distil Milwaukee, 722 N. Milwaukee St., wgirls.org/milwaukee.

2/24 Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. AMF West Allis, 10901 W. Lapham St., 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

2/24 The Milwaukee Wine Opener Benefits Cystic Fibrosis

Foundation. Guests will sample wine from around the globe and taste food samples from Milwaukee’s most popular restaurants. Ryan McIntyre will serve as the evening’s entertainment. Ticket price includes souvenir tasting glass and unlimited food and wine tastings. 6 p.m. $60 in advance, $75 at door. Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-798-2060, wisconsin.cff.org/wine.

2/24 Winter Frolic 10th Annual Fundraiser

Benefits Master Singers of Milwaukee, Inc. Fill your belly and laugh off the extra calories with a ComedySportz improv show! Support excellent choral music in Milwaukee as you bid on your favorite silent auction items, take a chance on a high-end raffle or raise your hand in the live auction. Dessert auction and cash bar available until

Milwaukee Performing Arts Center. The 5th Annual Mystery Dinner Theatre will include a delicious three-course meal and silent auction with items from area businesses, one-of-a-kind experiences and unique getaways. This year’s play is titled, And the Killer Is…, an audaciously funny awards show murder mystery. Time TBD. Blacktie optional attire. South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center, 901 15th Ave., South Milwaukee, 414-766-5049, southmilwaukeepac.org/ support-fundraising.html.

2/25 Beastly Bowl-aThon Benefits Zoological Society

of Milwaukee. Entry fee includes three games of bowling, shoe rental, munchies and entry into door-prize drawing. 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Casual attire. $20/ adult, $10/child, $5/non-bowling guests. AMF Bowlero, 11737 W. Burleigh St., 414-258-2333.

2/25 - 2/26 Apocalypto: The Ball 2012 Benefits

Milwaukee Ballet. Dance like there’s no tomorrow at Milwaukee Ballet’s rapturous and rocking Apocalypto: The Ball 2012. At 10 p.m., head down to the Miller Time Pub for Survivor! The After Party. Presenting sponsor MillerCoors. Event sponsor von Briesen & Roper. 6:30 p.m. Black-tie creative attire. $300/ person. Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-902-2101, milwaukeeballet.org/events.

2/26 Oscar Night America Gala Benefits COA

auctions. Entertainment by ComedySportz. 4:45 p.m. Casual attire. $25/ adult. ComedySportz, 420 S. First St., 262-797-7804, wisconsinovariancancer. com.

3/1 WOMEN INSPIRED TO LEAD Benefits PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc. Fourth Annual Women Inspired to Lead: An Intimate Evening of Conversation and Inspiration. Features Channel 12 news anchor Portia Young and a panel of five inspiring women leaders. 6:30 p.m. Business casual attire. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 414-265-7555, ext. 101, pearlsforteengirls.com.

3/1 - 3/4 Elm Grove Library Used Book Sale

Benefits Elm Grove Public Library. Thousands of books, CDs, videos, books on tape and CD, DVDs, vinyl records and more! 6-9 p.m. on Thurs., 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sat. and noon-4 p.m. on Sun. Casual attire. Elm Grove Public Library, 13600 Juneau Ave., Elm Grove, 262-782-6717, friendsofelmgrovelibrary.org.

3/2 Survivors Night Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Admirals would like to celebrate with those who have fought cancer. A FREE ticket will be given to survivors. $4 from each ticket goes back to the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center! 7 p.m. Casual attire. $16/ person. Bradley Center, 1001 N. Fourth St., 414-227-0800. 3/2 Trivia Night for Gift of Adoption Benefits

Gift of Adoption-Wisconsin Chapter. Reception, silent auction and dinner followed by trivia. 6 p.m. Business casual attire. 1001 N. Fourth St., giftofadoption. org/chapters/wisconsin.html.

Youth & Family Centers. Our guests will feel like stars as they walk down the red carpet, dine on a magnificent meal, take part in a silent auction and watch a live feed of the “84th Academy Awards.” Presented by the Marcus Corporation and NATO of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan and sanctioned by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 5 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-263-8383, coa-yfc.org.

3/3 Bowl for Kids’ Sake

2/27 26TH ANNIVERSARY CHEF’S DINNER Benefits Ronald

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. Olympic Lanes, 4040 S. 27th St., 414-831-4580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin. The “Mad Men”-themed multicourse Chef’s Dinner features premier Milwaukee-area chefs adding their twist to classic American steakhouse cuisine. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., 414-475-5085, rmhcmilwaukee.org.

3/1 Comedy For A Cause

Benefits Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance. Come enjoy a nice Italian meal and fun entertainment for the whole family. Try your luck and win a raffle item or outbid someone in live and silent

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 12:30 p.m. Casual attire. AMF Bowlero, 11737 W. Burleigh St., 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

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3/3 Elmbrook Education Foundation Winter Social Benefits Elmbrook Education Foundation. Guests will

enjoy a complimentary cocktail, hors d’oeuvres and delicious desserts. Casino Party Specialists will be on hand for all your gaming needs and the ladies will love the jewelry dig sponsored by Faye’s. Guests will also have the opportunity to win great prizes in the raffle/auction. 7 p.m. Cocktail attire. Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, 19805 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield, elmbrookeducationfoundation.com.

3/3 Green Tie Event “From the Vault” Benefits

John J. Ward Irish Music Archives. Enjoy an early St. Patrick’s Day with a pub gathering, silent and oral auctions, a raffle and entertainment by Ceol Cairde. Dinner will be followed by the Glencastle Irish Dancers and the “From the Vault” presentation on Gene Kelly. 5:30 p.m. Business formal attire. Wisconsin Country Club, 6200 W. Good Hope Rd., 414-476-3378, irishfest.com.

3/3 MILWAUKEE POLAR PLUNGE Benefits Special Olympics

Wisconsin. Milwaukee Polar Plunge is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations and businesses to support local Special Olympics athletes by jumping or running into the icy waters of Lake Michigan. Noon. Costume attire. $75/minimum pledge. McKinley Marina, 1750 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 262-241-7786, ext. 14, specialolympicswisconsin.org.

3/3 Sailor’s Ball Benefits

Milwaukee Community Sailing Center. The annual Ball will feature a “Bon Voyage” theme, resurrecting decorations from previous years and hosting past Sailors of the Year. This major fundraising dinner and silent auction supports MCSC’s adaptive sailing and at-risk youth programming. 6:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. $90/person. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., 414-277-9094, sailingcenter.org.

3/3 Sauk Vegas Casino Night Benefits Bryon Riesch

Paralysis Foundation. Ticket price includes entrance, heavy appetizers, and initial gambling money ($200) or raffle tickets. Additional gambling money can be purchased for $10, which includes $200 in gambling money, while $20 includes $500 in gambling money. 6 p.m. Casual attire. $25/person, $1,200/ team. American Legion, Landt-Thiel Post #470, 601 W. Dekora St., Saukville, 262-391-1533, brpf.org.

3/3 Stride & Glide for IndependenceFirst Benefits

IndependenceFirst. Outdoor 5K through Wisconsin State Fair Park and indoor fun run, walk, wheelchair roll and ice skating. Join us for this family-friendly event to kick off spring. 8 a.m. Active attire. $25/adult, $15/child. Pettit National Ice Center, 500 S. 84th St., 414226-8386, strideandglide.org.

3/3 Uncorked: An Evening in Tuscany Benefits DSHA High School. Raise your glass

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6100 N. 42nd St. // Milwaukee, WI 53209 // 414-464-4440 // agape-center.org

MISSION STATEMENT In the spirit of compassion and social justice, Agape Community Center is committed to building community with northwest Milwaukee neighborhoods so everyone can thrive. Our vision is to inspire vibrant neighborhoods where people want to live.

THE BOARD Natalie Nelis Chairperson We Energies

Cedric Banks Milwaukee Public Schools Ella Dunbar Social Development Commission

Heidi Humbert Treasurer We Energies Susan McCarthy Secretary Ministry Health Care Alvin Hill Jr. Milwaukee Center for Independence

VOLUNTEERING Volunteers assist with the Community Meal Program, special events and can serve in program leadership positions. Please call 414-4644440 to learn more about volunteer opportunities or the programs listed below.

Diane Wegner Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother Bill Jensen iCare

Sharon Garrett Cardinal Stritch University Jody Surprise Deloitte & Touche LLP Sister Lois Bush, SSM Ministry Health Care Michelle Gwin Journal Communications Terri S. Boxer von Briesen & Roper, S.C.

UPCOMING EVENTS Tues.-Thurs., 52 Weeks a Year Community Meal Program

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660 E. Mason St., Suite 200 // Milwaukee, WI 53202 // 414-271-9999 // heart.org

MISSION STATEMENT Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Our 10-year impact goal: By 2020, to improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20 percent, while reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and strokes by 20 percent.

VOLUNTEERING Volunteers are the backbone of our organization. They serve as leaders and assist with special events, educational opportunities, health screenings, fundraising and much more. To find out more about volunteering, call 414-271-9999 or email milwaukeevolunteers@heart.org.

THE BOARD Linda Newberry-Ferguson Board Chair Kindred Hospital Milwaukee

Kenneth Phillips Jr., M.D. Aurora Advanced Healthcare

Stuart Berger, M.D. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Thomas Pina Windsor SysLogic

Richard Blomquist Blomquist Benefits LLC Ulrich Broeckel, M.D. Medical College of Wisconsin

Dennis Potts Aurora Health Care John Raymond, M.D. Medical College of Wisconsin Dale Smith US Bank

Susan Edwards ProHealth Care Raquel Filmanowicz City of Milwaukee Health Dept. John Foley Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Beverly Greenberg Community Volunteer Demond Means, Ph.D. Mequon-Thiensville School District

David Strelitz Associated Wealth Management Frederick Syrjanen ProHealth Care Andy Wiegman Bow Street Partners Peggy Williams Smith Marcus Corporation Raymond Zastrow, M.D. QuadMed LLC

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as we enjoy an evening of comfortable elegance in the vineyard. Nibble some amazing antipasti while you enjoy a selection from our cellar. Fabulous auction items, lucky raffle winners and a gourmet dinner prepared by Bartolotta Catering. 5:15 p.m. Cocktail attire. Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, 4257 N. 100th St., 414-616-2810, dsha.info.

3/3 Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence Dinner Ball Benefits Vince

Lombardi Cancer Foundation. An elegant, power-packed evening of excitement with one distinguished honoree who leaves our audience with unforgettable memories each year. More importantly, the Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence Dinner Ball provides significant dollars for the fight against cancer at the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinics throughout Wisconsin. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-649-7015, lombardifoundation.org/ default.aspx.

3/4 Women for MACC Pasta Fest 2012 Benefits

MACC Fund. Pasta Fest features fun for the whole family, with spaghetti dinner, raffle prizes, a wine raffle and more. Live entertainment and activities for all ages. 11:30 a.m. Business casual attire. Serb Hall, 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave., 414-4565830, womenformacc.org.

3/8 TASTE OF MILWAUKEE

Benefits United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin. Spend an elegant evening at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center enjoying selections from more than 20 of Milwaukee’s finest restaurants. All proceeds benefit children and families whose lives have been affected by a disability. 5:30 p.m. Business attire. Price TBD. Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-3294500, ucpsew.org.

3/9 - 3/10 AACT PRESENTS: KEEP THE DREAM ALIVE & THE MUSICIANS Benefits African

American Children’s Theatre. Directed by Jason Drake-Hames. Music by Dr. Wallace Cheatum. Join AACT to watch these productions. Call for times. Casual attire. Milwaukee Youth Art Center, 325 W. Walnut St., 414-461-5771, aact.us.

3/10 16th Annual JDRF Gala Benefits Juvenile Diabetes

Research Foundation. Have a groovy time at the “Peace, Love, Cure”-themed evening. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres during the silent auction, followed by dinner, live auction, Fund-A-Cure and entertainment. 6 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. $200/person. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-453-4673, jdrf.org/sewi.

3/10 18th Annual Irish Eve Benefits Cedarburg Cultural

Center. Whether you’re Irish or Irish for just one day, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a traditional Irish dinner, live performances, brews and a fundraiser. 6 p.m. Business casual attire. Cedarburg Cultural Center, W62 N546 Washington

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

3/10 Grand Slam Charity Jam Benefits Hometown Heroes and dozens of Milwaukee charities. A one-of-a-kind VIP event featuring Smash Mouth. The event includes music, dinner, auctions, celebrity appearances, and meet and greets. 5 p.m. Business casual attire. $150/ person. Hilton Milwaukee Downtown, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-376-6500, grandslamcharityjam.org.

3/11 Raisin’ O’ The Green

Benefits Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. A fun-filled celebration of all things Irish to benefit the ministries of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Auction, dinner and entertainment. 3:30 p.m. Business casual attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-276-9814, stjohncathedral.org.

3/11 TOP CHEF ELKHART LAKE Benefits Midwest Council for

Children with Disabilities. Competitive cook-off featuring the finest chefs of Elkhart Lake, Wis. Fantastic food, wonderful wines and beers, live and silent auction, and celebrity judges in a lakeside resort setting. 3 p.m. Casual attire. $75/person. The Osthoff Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave., Elkhart Lake, 920-2074561, mccdcares.com.

3/17 An Emerald Evening - Bel Canto Chorus Annual Gala Benefits Bel

Canto Chorus. An elegant Irishthemed evening featuring silent and live auctions, dinner, entertainment and a few surprises. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. $150/person, $1,750/table. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-481-8801, belcanto.org.

3/17 Antique Appraisal Day Benefits Cedarburg Cultural

Center. Wondering if that treasure in your basement or attic is worth some money? Bring it to the Cedarburg Cultural Center’s version of “Antiques Roadshow.” 10 a.m. Casual attire. Cedarburg Cultural Center, W62 N546 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, 262-3753676, cedarburgculturalcenter.org.

3/17 Bill of Rights Celebration Benefits ACLU

of Wisconsin Foundation. This annual event features a nationally recognized speaker, awards and calls to action for guests to stand up for the rights afforded them in the U.S. Constitution. 6 p.m. Business formal attire. $125/person. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-272-4032, aclu-wi.org.

3/17 Fight For Air Climb

Benefits American Lung Association in Wisconsin. The Climb is open to teams and individuals age 13 and older who want to climb 47 floors for a good cause. A half-climb of 20 floors is also available, as is the Ultimate Challenge, in which participants climb the steps as many times as they are able. Sponsored

by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin. 7 a.m. Active attire. $25/ person, $100/pledge minimum. US Bank Center, 777 E. Wisconsin Ave., 262-7034200, fightforairclimb.org.

3/23 Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. AMF West Allis, 10901 W. Lapham St., 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

3/23 Wine, Beer & Chocolate Tasting Benefits St. Francis Children’s Center. You’re invited to an evening featuring fine wines, specialty beers, an assortment of chocolates and delicious hors d’oeuvres along with an impressive silent auction and raffle. 7 p.m. Business casual attire. St. Francis Children’s Center, 6700 N. Port Washington Rd., 414-351-0450, sfcckids.org.

3/24 Evening of Hope

Benefits ALS Association-Wisconsin Chapter. Dinner, dance and auction benefiting research into the cause of and cure for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The event has raised more than $1.9 million for ALS research. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 262-784-5257, beatals.org.

3/24 Silent Auction & Fundraiser Benefits

German Immersion Foundation. Silent auction and fundraiser to support the Milwaukee German Immersion School and the Milwaukee School of Languages. 6 p.m. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., germanimmersionfoundation.org.

3/25 Milwaukee Festival Brass Concert Benefits

Hunger Task Force. A brass band concert, “Best of the British,” will be performed by the Milwaukee Festival Brass. 3 p.m. Schwan Concert Hall, 8815 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-423-9760, mfbrass.org.

3/29 Awear Fashion Show Benefits Sojourner Family

Peace Center. Get a sneak peak of the season’s hottest fashions and help raise awareness and reveal the truth about domestic violence. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cocktail reception, and silent and live auctions before a runway fashion show featuring local celebrities and the area’s most stylish retailers. 5 p.m. Business casual attire. $95/person. 400 W. Canal St., 414-276-1911, familypeacecenter.org.

3/29 Milwaukee Children’s Choir inaugural Board Tasting Event Benefits

Milwaukee Children’s Choir. The Board

of Directors of Milwaukee Children’s Choir invites the community to a tasting of fine wines, liqueurs, hors d’oeuvres and desserts as they meet the MCC Board and staff. 6 p.m. Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 N. Broadway St., 414-221-7040, milwaukeechildrenschoir. org.

3/29 - 4/1 ART IN BLOOM

Benefits Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club. Showcasing the talents of more than 40 renowned floral designers interpreting masterworks from the Museum’s Collection, Art in Bloom brings together gardening, floral arranging and landscape design, inspired by the art beneath the wings of the Museum and throughout the Galleries. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. on Thurs.; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Fri.; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sat.; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sun. $5/MAM member, $15/nonmember. Milwaukee Art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Dr., mam.org/bloom.

3/30 The Big Friday Night Auction Explores the Streets of Old Milwaukee Benefits Wisconsin Lutheran

High School. A lively evening beginning with a silent auction featuring unique gifts followed by a dinner and verbal auction. 5 p.m. Business casual attire. Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Rd., Waukesha, 414-453-4567, wlhs.org.

3/30 MAD HATTER’S RECEPTION: THROUGH OUR LOOKING GLASS Benefits Great Lakes

Hemophilia Foundation. Join in the magic and nonsense at GLHF’s second Mad Hatter’s cocktail party. Enjoy appetizers, drinks, auctions and raffles while we raise funds and awareness for the Wisconsin bleeding disorders community. 5:30 p.m. Pier Wisconsin, 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-937-6780, glhf.org.

3/31 32nd Annual Dominican High School Auction Benefits Dominican High School. A “Knight at the Museum” includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent and live auctions, and a seated dinner. 4:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. Dominican High School, 120 E. Silver Spring Dr., Whitefish Bay, 414-332-1170, dominicanhighschool.com.

3/31 Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin Gala Benefits

Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin. Enjoy an evening of great food and fun. Time TBD. Black-tie optional attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-427-9345, assew.org.

3/31 Community Egg Hunt & Pancake Breakfast With The Bunny Benefits New Berlin Junior Woman’s Club. Bake sale, coloring area, local fire and police departments, and so much more! 8:30 a.m. first seating, 9:30 a.m. egg hunt, 10 a.m. second seating. Casual attire. Advance tickets only. $7/adult, $5/ child. New Berlin Community Center, 14750 W. Cleveland Ave., New Berlin, newberlinjuniors.org.

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3/31 Knight on the Town

Benefits Nicolet High School. The Nicolet High School Foundation invites you to set sail for the 2012 Knight on the Town benefit gala. Starting port is Bonaventure Hall at Cardinal Stritch University. Gamble in the ship’s casino, enjoy entertainment in the lounge, peruse the auction on the lido deck and dine at the captain’s table. 6:30 p.m. 6801 N. Yates Rd., 414-351-7561, nicolet.k12. wi.us.

3/31 Topper Auction Benefits Marquette University High School. The annual benefit auction to support the mission of Marquette University High School begins with Mass at 5 p.m. and follows with a silent auction and cocktails at 6 p.m., and voice auction and dinner at 8 p.m. Cocktail attire. Marquette University High School, 3401 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-933-7220, muhs.edu.

4/1 Lumberjack Brunch

Benefits Camp Whitcomb/Mason. Camp Whitcomb/Mason, owned and operated by Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, invites its neighbors and friends to brunch. Proceeds from the event benefit the Camp’s summer programs for Club members. 8:30 a.m. Casual attire. $12/adult, $7/child. Meinerz Friendship Lodge, W294 N8436 Camp Whitcomb Rd., Hartland, 262538-1190, campwhitcombmason.org.

4/1 WPA’s Afternoon Tea & Fashion Show Benefits

Wisconsin Parkinson Association. This fun and unique afternoon will include formal hot tea service, a selection of finger sandwiches and sweets, and a fashion show offering a preview of the spring and summer trends. There will also be a raffle for a number of beauty and fashion items/packages. Fashionable attire and hats will be warmly welcomed. 2 p.m. Country club attire. $50/person. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-219-7024, wiparkinson.org.

4/2 Circle of Women Luncheon Benefits YWCA of

Greater Milwaukee. At the luncheon, guests will hear testimonies from women whose lives have been changed through the YWCA’s many programs. Thanks to our generous sponsors, every dollar raised at the lunch goes directly to supporting programs such as transitional housing for homeless mothers, job-skill training for lowincome individuals, and GED tutoring and testing. Noon. Business casual attire. 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-374-1800, ywcamilw.org.

4/5 BRAVE HEARTS: HEROES AMONG US Ben-

efits American Red Cross. This event recognizes and celebrates the life-saving achievements of everyday heroes; those who have prevented life-threatening situations from occurring, come to the aid of another or contributed to the safety of our community. 5:30 p.m. Business formal attire. $75/person, $1,000/table. Brown Deer Park, 7835

N. Green Bay Rd., 414-345-8660, redcrossinsewi.org.

2810 Golf Rd., Waukesha, 262-587-2487, unitedwaywaukesha.org.

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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. 11:30 a.m. Business casual attire. $40/ adult, $800/corporate table. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., 414-344-3933, volunteermilwaukee.org.

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. Olympic Lanes, 4040 S. 27th St., 414-831-4580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

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Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. Sunset Lanes, 333 W. Sunset Dr., Waukesha, 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

4/14 Gary’s Gallop Run and Walk Benefits Wisconsin

Lutheran College Athletics. This race attracts more than 400 participants on its scenic course through Underwood Parkway and the WLC Krauss-MillerLutz Outdoor Athletic Complex. 5K run or two-mile walk available. 8 a.m. Active attire. Wisconsin Lutheran College Outdoor Athletic Complex, 10200 Watertown Plank Rd., Wauwatosa, 414443-8796, wlc.edu/garysgallop.

4/15 Easter Concert

Benefits Priests of the Sacred Heart. Easter concert followed by light refreshments. 2 p.m. Casual attire. Sacred Heart Monastery, 7335 S. Lovers Lane Rd., Franklin, 414-425-3383, poshusa.org.

4/15 Flavors of Wisconsin Benefits American

Liver Foundation. An evening celebrating the culinary talents of 20 of Wisconsin’s finest chefs. Each chef is asked to prepare a five-course dinner, pairing each with specially selected beverages. Each course is created tableside to enhance the intimacy and create the feeling of having your own personal chef for a table of up to 20 guests. 4:30 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. $225/ person. Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-961-4936, liverfoundation.org/chapters/wisconsin.

4/17 Volunteer Recognition & Celebration Award Ceremony Benefits United Way

in Waukesha County. The “Inspire by Example” Ceremony honors individuals and groups who make Waukesha County a better place by donating their time and talent to serving others. Listen to inspirational stories of volunteerism and celebrate the volunteers of the year who lived them. 11:30 a.m. Business casual attire. Country Springs Hotel,

Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. CFF will be honoring Milwaukee’s Finest Young Professionals. The campaign begins with an honoree kickoff reception on Jan. 19 where the 2012 honorees will be introduced. The campaign culminates with a ceremony where honorees are recognized and celebrated. 6 p.m. Business formal attire. Coast, 931 E. Wisconsin Ave., 262-798-2060.

4/19 Pearls of Wisdom Benefit Dinner Benefits

Interfaith Older Adult Programs. The evening begins with a cocktail reception, silent auction and several fundraiser stations. A formal dinner is served and followed by a live auction. Many levels of sponsorship are available. Please visit the website for more information. 5:30 p.m. Business professional attire. $75/ person. Location TBD, 414-291-7500, interfaithmilw.org.

4/19 Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame Benefit Dinner and Induction Ceremony Benefits Junior

Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc. Join honorary committee chair John W. Daniels Jr., Quarles & Brady LLP, at this prestigious event. Network with the state’s most influential leaders and learn the secrets of success from this year’s esteemed inductees. Table sponsorships, individual tickets and other levels available. 5:15 p.m. Business formal attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-5773800, wisconsin.ja.org.

4/20 18TH ANNUAL CELEBRITY WAITERS DINNER AND AUCTION EVENT Benefits La Causa. Annually,

La Causa holds Celebrity Waiters, a dinner and auction event in which funds are raised to benefit all programs and services. 5:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., 414-902-1552, lacausa.org.

4/20 Legends Breakfast

Benefits Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc. Share breakfast and connect with this year’s icon, a true Wisconsin entrepreneur and business legend, who will share stories of personal trials and professional triumphs. 7 a.m. Business professional attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-577-3800, wisconsin.ja.org.

4/20 Zootastic Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. This exclusive, family-oriented evening event will feature unique 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. Casual attire. $75/family of four, $25/adult (ages 13 and older), $15/ children (ages 12 and under). 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org. 4/21 2012 SCORES CUP

Benefits America SCORES Milwaukee. The SCORES CUP is an adult coed soccer tournament open to both recreational and competitive teams of up to 18 members. Teams are guaranteed three games, an event T-shirt, and free food and beverages. Time TBD. Active attire. Uihlein Soccer Park, 7101 W. Good Hope Rd., 414-881-1189, americascoresmke.org/scores_cup.html.

4/21 2012 Spring River Cleanup Benefits Milwaukee

River System. River cleanup taking place at almost 50 sites throughout the Milwaukee area. Pick up trash, litter and the random assortment of bizarre garbage that makes its way into our beautiful river system. Bags and gloves provided. Register online. 9 a.m. Milwaukee’s river parkways, 414-2870207, milwaukeeriverkeeper.org.

4/21 Best Buddies Wisconsin Friendship Walk - Downtown Milwaukee Benefits Best

Buddies Wisconsin. Enjoy music and face painting, interact with various team mascots, participate in exercise warm-ups and eat breakfast. There is no registration fee to participate, but pledges are requested. Raise $50 or more and receive a commemorative shirt. Raise $250+ and receive a Best Buddies Wisconsin blanket as well. $500+ earns a Best Buddies Wisconsin fleece! 10 a.m. Active attire. ManpowerGroup Corporate Headquarters, 100 Manpower Place, 414-271-1470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org/downtown.

4/21 Carroll University Day of Service Food Drive Benefits Feeding America.

Carroll University students, staff, faculty and alumni across the country will collect the equivalent of 50,000 meals for local food pantries. 8 a.m. Casual attire. Campus Center, 101 N. East Ave., Waukesha, 262-524-7237, carrollu.edu/ alumni.

4/21 Evening Gala Benefits Milwaukee Montessori School. The school is hosting a gala featuring a live and silent auction at The Grain Exchange to benefit the school. 6 p.m. Cocktail attire. The Grain Exchange, 225 E. Michigan St., 414-259-0370, milwaukee-montessori.org. 4/21 Fashion for Passion Benefits American Association of

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2600 W. Wisconsin Ave. // Milwaukee, WI 53233 // 800-236-8680 // redcrossinsewis.org

MISSION STATEMENT The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement. We provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.

THE BOARD Gregory C. Oberland Chair Northwestern Mutual Mark Petrarca Chair Elect A.O. Smith Robert Eisenbrown Vice Chair Rockwell Automation Michael Hanrahan Treasurer Fox, O’Neill & Shannon, S.C. Louise Perrin Secretary State Farm Insurance Company Beth Anderson The Laureate Group Laura Bouslough Northwestern Mutual Cassandra Braam, Ph.D. Private Practice William Carollo Big Ten Conference

Marti Croak US Bank Rebecca Fitzgerald Johnson Controls, Inc. Ramon Galaviz Milwaukee Police Department Tami Scully Garrison MillerCoors Lisa George We Energies

Maureen O’Brien, Ph.D., RN, PCNS-BC Marquette University College of Nursing Francis Schmitz U.S. Department of Justice Patrice Skonieczny, RN, BSN, CIC Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare

John Griffith Johnson Bank

Jon Tetting Snap-on Tools International LLC

Marilynn Gundrum RE Investment Properties LLC

Mary Voelker, Ph.D., SPHR Consultant

George Herrmann Right Management

Gerard Washington Milwaukee Fire Department

John Hickey CIB Marine Bancshares, Inc. Toni Holland Time Warner Cable

Lifetime: Gwen Jackson Linda Cutler William Murgas Edward O’Connor Steve Tews

VOLUNTEERING Ordinary people perform extraordinary acts through the American Red Cross every day. Join us. Volunteer to teach Citizen CPR, respond to disasters or staff events. Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, 414-345-8698 or lutherl@wi-redcross.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS April 5, 2012 Brave Hearts: Heroes Among Us Brown Deer Park

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Heritage Center // 2320 N. Lake Dr. // Milwaukee, WI 53211 // 414-270-4900 // supportcsm.org

MISSION STATEMENT Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation cultivates philanthropic support for Columbia St. Mary’s programs and services to make a positive difference in the health status and lives of our patients, their families and our community, with special concern for those who are vulnerable.

VOLUNTEERING Individuals may volunteer for Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation by joining special event committees or one of our community councils. Additionally, hundreds of volunteer opportunities are available throughout the hospital. Through their gifts, donors partner with physicians, nurses and other caregivers to create a healthier community for us all. Gifts fund programs and services that improve our patient outcomes and comfort, including community health clinics; a community dental clinic; outreach and education; advanced treatments and technologies; and upgrades that create an exceptional patient experience. Donors may support Columbia St. Mary’s programs and services through: • Annual gifts • Major gifts or grants to a particular project • Special events Visit supportcsm.org or call 414-270-4900 for more information and current opportunities.

THE BOARD Randall M. Perry Chair Jill Pelisek Vice Chair Richard Butler Treasurer Thomas A. Zabjek Secretary Lisa A. Froemming President/CEO Jonathan Berkoff, M.D.

Margadette Demet Michael M. Grebe Patricia Hepburn Donald Levy Daniel F. McKeithan Jr. Edwin Montgomery, M.D. Lynn Nicholas Sr. Mary Polutanovich, D.C.

Richard Bibler

C. James Rater, M.D.

Jeffrey Cameron, M.D.

Richard Ruvin

Timothy Casey

Joseph A. Schlidt

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University Women. Luncheon, style show and silent auction to benefit the AAUW Educational Foundation, which provides fellowships, grants and awards to women continuing their education. 10:15 a.m. Business casual attire. Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-786-0296.

4/21 Journey House Gala & Auction Benefits Journey House,

Inc. Cocktails, dinner, silent and live auction to benefit the programs and services offered by Journey House. 5:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. Hilton Milwaukee City Center, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414647-0548, journeyhouse.org.

4/21 Milwaukee Oyster Roast Benefits The Leukemia &

Lymphoma Society. This event takes the traditional oyster roast and tweaks it Milwaukee-style by adding beer and motorcycles! Enjoy steamed South Carolina oysters, bourbon chicken and traditional Southern fixings in a casual environment while supporting Wisconsinites touched by blood cancers. 6 p.m. Casual attire. $100/person. The Garage at the Harley-Davidson Museum, 500 W. Canal St., 262-7854273, milwaukeeoysterroast.org.

4/21 Passport to Fashion Fundraiser Benefits Zonta

Foundation, Inc. Fashion show starting with raffles and silent auction followed by lunch and fashions by Chico’s and Soma. Reservations required. Proceeds will benefit local agencies that improve the lives of girls and young adult women. 10:30 a.m. Business professional attire. $50/person. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., zontamilwaukee.org.

4/22 Walk MS - Brown County Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. West De Pere High School, 665 Grant St., De Pere, 800-242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/24 “A fashionable affair” Fashion Show & Luncheon Benefits Columbia

St. Mary’s Breast Health Centers. Community members who care about creating a healthy community gather for an afternoon of lunch, a silent auction offering many unique bidding opportunities and Bruce Paul Goodman’s fun fashion show featuring models of all ages, shapes and sizes. 11 a.m. Business professional attire. $45/ person. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-2704900, supportcsm.org.

4/25 Spring Brunch

Benefits Ozaukee Family Services. Enjoy a delicious brunch while being entertained by dramatist, storyteller and book reviewer Barbara Rinella. 10 a.m. Business casual attire. Shully’s Garden Pavilion, 146 N. Green Bay

Rd., Thiensville, 262-376-7774, ozaukeefamilyservices.org. Benefits CORE/El Centro. Celebrating our 10th anniversary with hors d’oeuvres and beverages, silent auction and wine pull, awards and great fun! 5 p.m. Business casual attire. Marian Center, 3195 S. Superior St., 414-3842673, core-elcentro.org.

4/28 BAL DU LAC Benefits Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art. With many new surprises in store, the 52nd anniversary of Bal du Lac is a not-to-be-missed event featuring cocktails, delectable cuisine, auction, dancing and entertainment. Corporate tables and individual tickets available. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. $300/person. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 414-224-3253, mam.org.

4/27 UCC’S 42nd Anniversary Dinner

4/28 CHILDREN’S DAY/EL DIA DE LOS NINOS Benefits

4/26 CORE Momentum

Benefits United Community Center. This event is an opportunity to recognize the generosity of our donors, volunteers and community advocates with the 2012 Friends of the Hispanic Community Awards and to celebrate the next generation of leaders with the Youth Wall of Fame Awards. 5 p.m. Cocktail attire. United Community Center, 1028 S. Ninth St., 414-384-3100, unitedcc.org.

4/27 Anniversary Luncheon Benefits The Women’s

Center. Celebrating 35 years of The Women’s Center, the luncheon will include cocktails, a raffle, silent auction and a speech by keynote speaker Michael Kaufman, Ph.D., whose innovative approaches to engaging men and boys in promoting gender equality and transforming their lives has taken him around the world. 11 a.m. Business casual attire. $60/person. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., 262-547-4600, twcwaukesha.org.

4/27 Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. AMF West Allis, 10901 W. Lapham St., 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

4/27 Spayghetti & No Balls Bash! Benefits Milwaukee Animal Rescue Center. A night of great friends, awesome food and fantastic entertainment. 6 p.m. Casual attire. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., 414-421-8881, milwaukeearc.org.

4/27 - 4/28 2012 Grand Garage Sale Benefits Junior

League of Milwaukee and its many community projects. The Junior League of Milwaukee has been accumulating high-quality, unique items for the sale for almost two years. When you attend, you’ll be sure to find a great deal on something that you simply won’t be able to live without! All proceeds from this event will benefit the many projects the Junior League commits to helping on an annual basis. 6 p.m. on Fri., 8 a.m. on Sat. Casual attire. American Serb Hall, 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave., 414-289-9242, jlmilw.org.

Council for the Spanish Speaking. This event offers children and families live entertainment, including ethnic music and dance, story time and a variety of snacks. Community resource tables provide valuable information regarding neighborhood services, including financial literacy, and health and educational services. Other activities offered are arts and crafts tables, a book fair, robotics and more! 11 a.m. Casual attire. FREE. South Division High School, 1515 W. Lapham Blvd., 414-3843700, spanishcenter-milw.org.

4/28 Hope for Haiti Benefits Friends for Health in Haiti. Fourth annual auction and dinner includes a silent auction, Haitian Artists’ Colony and oral auction. 6 p.m. Business professional attire. Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-227-9581, friendsforhealthinhaiti.org. 4/28 MAKE A PROMISE Benefits AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. A fun and meaningful evening featuring a fantastic silent auction, formal dinner/ cocktails, live auction, awards ceremony, dancing and entertainment to benefit the ARCW Medical Center and the fight against AIDS. Time TBA. Black-tie optional. Call for prices. Frontier Airlines Center, 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-2251598, arcw.org. 4/28 Spring Splendor

Benefits Community Memorial Foundation. This year’s themed evening, “Red Carpet Glitz,” includes silent and voice auctions, raffles, dinner and entertainment. Proceeds benefit the Heart and Vascular Center at Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls. 5:30 p.m. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 262-257-3761, communitymemorialfoundation.org.

Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. La Crosse Center, 300 Harborview Plaza, La Crosse, 800-2423358, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/28 Walk MS Menomonee Falls Benefits

National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyWisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Menomonee Falls High School, W142 N8101 Merrimac Dr., Menomonee Falls, 800-242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/28 Walk MS - Wausau

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Location TBD, 800-2423358, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/28 Wines, Vines & Good Times Benefits local women’s and

children’s charities. The Elm Grove Junior Guild’s primary fundraising event of the year features an auction made possible by generous donations, including financial sponsorship and item donation. 6 p.m. Cocktail attire. Westmoor Country Club, 400 S. Moorland Rd., Brookfield, 262-4398838, elmgrovejuniorguild.com.

4/28 - 5/19 Spring Plant Sale Benefits New Berlin Junior

Woman’s Club. Beautiful flowers and plants for your home will delight everyone for the entire season. Great prices with great quality and all for a great cause! 8 a.m. Outdoor attire. New Berlin Fire Department, New Berlin, newberlinjuniors.org.

4/29 Walk MS - Eau Claire/Chippewa Valley

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Location TBD, 800-2423358, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/28 Walk MS - Fond du Lac Benefits National Multiple

4/29 Walk MS - Fox Cities

4/28 Walk MS - La Crosse

4/29 Walk MS - Kenosha/ Racine Benefits National Multiple

Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Marian University, 45 S. National Ave., Fond du Lac, 800-242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org. Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011.

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Appleton North High School, 5000 N. Ballard Rd., Appleton, 800-242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org.

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families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. UW-Parkside, 900 Wood Rd., Kenosha, 800-242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org.

4/29 Walk MS - Waukesha Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Van Mal Fieldhouse, 100 N. East Ave., Waukesha, 800-242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/TBA 2012 MVP SALUTE TO YOUTH DINNER AND CELEBRATION Benefits Boys

& Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. The MVP Salute to Youth Dinner and Celebration is an opportunity to honor youth, individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. 5 p.m. Business professional attire. Call for prices. Potawatomi Bingo Casino, 1721 W. Canal St., 414-267-8158, boysgirlsclubs.org.

5/2 Great Strides Milwaukee Benefits Cystic

Fibrosis Foundation. Participants of all ages collect donations to help support life-saving CF research and care. Enjoy a healthy 5K walk as well as a celebration that includes music, food, games and exciting festivities. 9:30 a.m. Walking attire. O’Donnell Park’s Miller Brewing Company Pavilion, 910 E. Michigan St., 262-798-2060, cff.org/greatstrides.

5/3 Milwaukee Rescue Mission Banquet Benefits

Milwaukee Rescue Mission. The night will include a silent auction and hors d’oeuvres followed by dinner and a program. The proceeds for the event will go toward helping homeless men, women and children rebuild their lives. Time TBD. Business professional attire. 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-344-2211, milmission.org.

5/3 Spring Fling Celebration of Hope

Benefits Community Advocates and Milwaukee Women’s Center. This event features wonderful cuisine (courtesy of area restaurants), entertainment, auction and program. 5:30 p.m. Business professional attire. $100/person, $1,200/ table. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 414-270-2956, mwcinc.org.

5/4 19th Annual BlackN-Blue Ball Benefits Muscular

Dystrophy Association. This year’s ball features a Harley-Davidson theme with guests dressing the part in “black” leather and “blue” jeans. This relaxed evening includes one of the area’s largest silent auctions and wine pulls in addition to several attractions and a Children’s Art Auction. Dinner, a live band and dancing complete the evening. 6 p.m. Motorcycle attire. $3,000/table. 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-432-6798, milwaukeeblack-n-blueball.com.

5/4 A Run For the Roses Pre-Derby Fundraiser

Benefits The Caring Place, Inc. A Kentucky Derby-style fundraiser including dinner, faux horse racing, a hat parade, silent auction and live auction. 5:30 p.m. Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Rd., Waukesha, 262-542-6388, caringplacewaukesha.org.

5/4 CLASSY ARCH AFFAIR

Benefits ARCh (Association for the Rights of Citizens with handicaps). Annual gala dinner and auction featuring live and verbal auctions, raffles, games of chance and celebrity guests. 6 p.m. Dressy attire. $95/person. Marriott West, W231 N1600 Corporate Ct., Waukesha, 262-542-9811, waukeshaarch.org.

5/4 The Geneva B. Johnson Leadership Awards Luncheon Benefits Volunteers of America of Wisconsin. Be inspired as we gather to honor Geneva B. Johnson for her outstanding leadership in the social service and nonprofit industry. Time TBD. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-847-1515, voawi. org.

5/4 PREVIEW PARTY Benefits Gathering on the Green. Get a sneak preview of the upcoming summer programs at Gathering on the Green while raising funds for Gathering on the Green and the Al Jarreau Youth Program Fund. Cochairs Ellen McKay and Lori Kimmel. Evening attire or come as your favorite movie character. Mequon Nature Preserve, 8200 County Line Rd., Mequon, 262-242-6187, gatheringonthegreen.org. 5/4 SpringTYME Benefits TYME OUT Youth Ministry and Retreat Center. SpringTYME is the annual fundand friend-raising dinner and auction for TYME OUT Youth Ministry and Retreat Center, the premier Catholic youth retreat center in southeastern Wisconsin. 5 p.m. Business formal attire. TYME OUT Youth Ministry and Retreat Center, W332 N6786 County Road C, Nashotah, 262-966-1800, tymeout.org. 5/5 Creative Fusion Benefits Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. A party like no other! Milwaukee’s most avant-garde celebration of art and design that envelopes guests in MIAD’s unique college campus. Benefits student scholarships for tomorrow’s creative leaders. 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, 273 E. Erie St., 414-8473200, miad.edu. 5/5 FEAST FOR THE SENSES

Benefits Vision Forward Association. Don’t miss this event that features a five-course meal prepared by the American Culinary Federation-Chefs of Milwaukee, who donate their talents and ingredients to create an amazing dining experience. Silent auction, live auction and entertainment. 5:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. $125/person. Potawatomi Bingo Casino, Woodlands Ballroom, 1721 W. Canal St., 414-615-0128, vision-forward.org.

5/5 HAWS Annual Pet Walkathon Benefits Humane

Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Join pet lovers from all over as they walk to support the HAWS cause. Pet games and contests, treats for people and pets, shopportunities and fun! 9 a.m. Casual attire. Sussex Village Park, Main Street, Sussex, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org.

5/5 O2 Oxygen Ball

5/10 85th Anniversary Gardens Luncheon Benefits

Center for Communication, Hearing & Deafness. Celebrate the Center’s 85 years of service in Wisconsin and hear from local gardening expert Melinda Myers. Plus enjoy networking, music, silent auction and more. 11 a.m. Business professional attire. Woman’s Club of Wisconsin, 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414604-2200, cchdwi.org.

Benefits American Lung Association in Wisconsin. This year’s ball will feature items for auction, dinner, dancing and an oxygen bar. Proceeds support the American Lung Association in Wisconsin’s critical mission to prevent lung disease and promote lung health by protecting our most vulnerable population: our children. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. $250/person, $2,500/table. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 262-703-4200.

5/10 KidShare 2012 Benefits

5/5 Rainbow of Faith

us for a complimentary breakfast, lunch or evening reception and hear the inspirational stories of change told by the women who are served by Meta House. Catering by Bartolotta Catering. Breakfast at 8 a.m., lunch at noon, evening reception at 5:30 p.m. Business casual attire. 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414962-1200, metahouse.org.

Benefits Kathy’s House. Silent auction, raffle and cocktails followed by dinner, program and voice auction. 5:30 p.m. Business casual attire. Ozaukee Country Club, 10823 N. River Rd., Mequon, 414453-8290, kathys-house.org.

5/5 Walk MS - Grafton

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Grafton Elementary School, 1800 Washington St., Grafton, 800-242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/5 - 5/6 Civil War Encampment Benefits

Elmbrook Historical Society. Live encampment of Civil War soldiers, Union and Confederate. Artillery demos, cannon firing, tour the 1840s Stagecoach Inn, play historic games, vendors with clothes, crafts, toys and food. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. both days. Outdoor attire. $5/person. Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum, 1075 Pilgrim Pkwy., Brookfield, 262-782-4057, elmbrookhistoricalsociety.org.

5/6 Walk MS - Milwaukee

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. 200 N. Harbor Dr., 800242-3358, walkmswisconsin.org.

5/6 Walk MS - Sheboygan

Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Join more than 11,000 walkers and volunteers who rallied for the MS movement in 2011. Involvement means families feel hope and research moves forward. Time TBD. Walking attire. Blue Harbor Resort, 725 Blue Harbor Dr., Sheboygan, 800-2423358, walkmswisconsin.org.

Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center. More than 40 of Milwaukee’s finest restaurants, caterers and bakeries will donate their culinary expertise to the 24th annual gala. The event also features silent and live auction items and a raffle. 6 p.m. Business casual attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-9678235, jccmilwaukee.org.

5/11 A Day for Meta House Benefits Meta House. Join

5/11 Conservancy Flower Sale Benefits Lac

Lawrann Conservancy Nature Program. 25th annual wildflower and perennial sale. 9 a.m. Lac Lawrann Conservancy, 300 Schmidt Rd., West Bend, 262-3355085, llconservancy.org.

5/11 DATE WITH A PLATE

Benefits ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis. ABCD’s 12th celebration includes Milwaukee’s best small-plate cuisine and the area’s finest chefs. Includes libations, specialty silent auction and music. 5:30 p.m. Casual attire. Oldenburg Farm, 414-977-1780, abcdbreastcancersupport.org.

5/11 Man & Woman of the Year Gala Benefits The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. We’ll celebrate the outstanding achievements of all the candidates with live and silent auctions, fabulous food, cocktails and music. 7 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 262-785-4227, mwoy.org/wi.

5/12 2012 Washington County Heart Walk

Benefits American Heart Association. In addition to one-mile and three-mile routes, the event will include free food and giveaways, a kids’ zone, tribute area and special recognition for survivors of heart disease and stroke. 9 a.m. Active attire. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. Regner Park, 800 N. Main St., West Bend, 414-227-1471, washingtoncountyheartwalk.org.

5/12 Mother’s Day Plant Sale Benefits Portal, inc. The sale is

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The Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center is a nonprofit, social service agency founded upon Jewish ethics and values. It is committed to meeting the ever-changing needs of the entire Jewish community for strengthening Jewish identity and for enriching the quality of Jewish life. The center provides the total community with a forum for open dialogue regarding matters affecting Jewish life here, in Israel and throughout the world. It initiates diversified social, educational, recreational and cultural programs within a Jewish setting. The JCC is a partner in serving the community with the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, is affiliated with the JCC Association of North America and a beneficiary agency of the United Way of Greater Milwaukee.

Moshe Katz Chair

Robert Peterman Vice Chair

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or shine. (In case of inclement weather, sale will be held indoors.) 8 a.m. Casual attire. Portal, inc., 1015 Cedar Creek Rd., Grafton, 262-377-4410, portalinc.org.

5/12 Southeastern Wisconsin Arthritis Walk Benefits Arthritis Foundation. This year, 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. Time TBD. Active attire. Location TBD, 800-333-1380, awsoutheasternwi.kintera.org.

5/12 Wine and Food Tasting Benefits Skylight Opera

Theatre. Sample wines paired with cheeses, desserts and more. All proceeds from the event directly benefit Skylight Opera Theatre’s season productions and Enlighten education programming, which reach students through partnerships with Milwaukee Public Schools. All attendees must be over 21. 5 p.m. Business casual attire. $35 in advance, $45 at door. Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway St., skylightopera.com.

5/14 23rd Annual Play-ARound for Special Kids

Benefits Lutheran Special School and Education Services. An 18-hole scramble starts at noon with a contest on every hole and a separate putting contest. The day concludes with dinner, program and silent/voice auction. Individuals who do not golf may attend the dinner only. 10 a.m. Golf attire. $275/person. North Hills Country Club, N73 W13430 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls, 414461-8500, lsses.org.

5/16 Women in Science Luncheon Benefits Medical

College of Wisconsin. Presentation on cancer treatment research by Carol Williams, Ph.D. 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. Business casual attire. Woman’s Club of Wisconsin, 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414955-4717, mcw.edu/womeninscience.

5/17 3rd Annual Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction Benefiting an organization

TBD. Join us for your chance to win great raffle prizes and bid on Milwaukee’s Top 10 Most Eligible Bachelor/Bachelorettes. 7 p.m. Cocktail attire. $25/person. Whiskey Bar, 788 N. Jackson St., wgirls. org/milwaukee.

5/18 2012 Go Red for Women Luncheon Benefits

American Heart Association. Attendees of the luncheon celebrate the accomplishments of the Go Red for Women movement over the past year. In addition to a wonderful meal, there will be various educational opportunities

and a silent auction. 10 a.m. Business professional attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-227-1412.

5/18 Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Form a bowling team of five or six with family, friends or co-workers. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships. Everyone receives two free games of bowling, a Bowl for Kids’ Sake T-shirt, food, drinks and chances to win prizes while you bowl. 6 p.m. Casual attire. AMF Bowlero, 11737 W. Burleigh St., 414-8314580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

5/19 Best Buddies Wisconsin Friendship Walk - Lake Country

Benefits Best Buddies Wisconsin. Enjoy music and face painting, interact with various team mascots, participate in exercise warm-ups and eat breakfast. There is no registration fee to participate, but pledges are requested. Raise $50 or more and receive a commemorative shirt. Raise $250+ and receive a Best Buddies Wisconsin blanket as well. $500+ earns a Best Buddies Wisconsin fleece! 10 a.m. Active attire. Location TBD, 414-271-1470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org/lakecountry.

5/19 Master Gardener Perennial Plant Sale

Benefits UW-Extension/SEWMG education programs. Thousands of locally grown perennial plants for sun, shade, dry or wet gardens. Most plants are priced from $2 to $5. Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer plant, insect and other garden-related questions. 8 a.m. DNR Enclosure Area, 640 S. 84th St., West Allis, 414-256-4600, fyi.uwex.edu/sewmg.

5/19 NAMI Walks for the Mind of America Benefits

NAMI Greater Milwaukee. The annual walk for the Mind of America is the National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Milwaukee’s largest fundraiser and mental health awareness event. Lunch and music to follow the walk. 9 a.m. Active attire. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-344-0447, namigrm.org.

5/20 Best Buddies Wisconsin Friendship Walk - North Shore Benefits Best Buddies Wisconsin. Enjoy music and face painting, interact with various team mascots, participate in exercise warm-ups and eat breakfast. There is no registration fee to participate, but pledges are requested. Raise $50 or more and receive a commemorative shirt. Raise $250+ and receive a Best Buddies Wisconsin blanket as well. $500+ earns a Best Buddies Wisconsin fleece! 1 p.m. Active attire. Harris Bank, N69 W5269 Columbia Rd., Cedarburg, 414-271-1470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org/northshore.

5/20 Mequon-Thiensville Community 5k Run/Walk

and Kids 100m Dash Benefits Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation. This event is a fundraiser in support of the Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation, which provides funding for educational programs within the Mequon-Thiensville School District. 7:30 a.m. Walking attire. $20/ adult, $10/child. Homestead High School, 5000 W. Mequon Rd., Mequon, 262-238-5697, mtef.org/run_walk.htm.

5/20 Milwaukee Pug Fest

Benefits Pug Hugs Inc. This familyoriented event includes a Blessing of the Pugs, talent and costume contests, pug races and more! Service providers include pet photography, grooming and an animal communicator. Demonstrations are held throughout the event focusing on wellness. Pug rescues from across the United States have booths showing their adoptables. 10 a.m. Casual attire. $8/adult, $3/ child. Milwaukee County Indoor Sports Complex, 6000 W. Ryan Rd., Franklin, 414-764-0795, milwaukeepugfest.com.

5/22 8th Annual Women’s Gathering Benefits Rogers Memorial Hospital. Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul at this inspirational women’s luncheon supporting mental health and the patients and programs at Rogers Memorial Hospital. 11:30 a.m. Business professional attire. $60/ person. The Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 262-646-1651, rogersmemorialfoundation.org.

5/22 Wave of Hope Golf Outing Benefits Wave

Camp Scholarships/Making Waves Program. Chance to golf on an 18-hole championship golf course, managed by Arnold Palmer Golf Management, set in the picturesque hills of Waukesha while supporting wonderful programs for children. 10 a.m. Shotgun start at 11 a.m. Dinner after golf. Active attire. Merrill Hills Country Club, W270 S3425 Merrill Hills Rd., Waukesha, 262-746-9292, milwaukeewaveofhope.org.

5/23 IndependenceFirst Power Dinner Benefits IndependenceFirst. Featuring actress, comedienne and author Geri Jewell. Dinner celebrates the power of people with disabilities in our community. One-of-a-kind silent auction and raffle. 5 p.m. Business professional attire. 1721 W. Canal St., 414-291-7520, independencefirst.org.

5/24 - 5/25 Dave & Carole’s Miracle Marathon Benefits Children’s

Hospital and Health System. The Dave & Carole Miracle Marathon raised more than $1.3 million for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin during its run last year, bringing the grand total to more than $15 million raised since 1998. Time TBD. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, 9000 W. Wisconsin Ave., West Tower Lobby, 414-266-6344, chw.org/display/pdf/ docid/33049/nav/1/router.asp.

5/25 - 5/28 Musical Instrument Sale Benefits

Rockley Family Foundation. A large selection of musical instruments will be made available for purchase. Most instruments are less than one year old, include a new factory warranty and are tuned and ready to go. View and purchase instruments at the general public final sale day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment. Varsity Theatre, 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-288-4884.

6/TBA FEED THE KIDS Benefits The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County. A summer meal program designed to meet the needs of children in Milwaukee’s poorest neighborhoods. The Salvation Army vans bring lunches to neighborhoods, parks and street corners to serve an average of 2,000 meals a day for 10 weeks each summer. Time TBD. Throughout Milwaukee County, 414-302-4300, samilwaukee.org. 6/1 Bay View Fox Run

Benefits The Healing Center. Choose from a 5K run/walk or a 10K run. Proceeds will benefit The Healing Center, a local nonprofit organization that provides free one-on-one counseling, group therapy and bilingual advocacy to survivors of sexual violence. Time TBD. Active attire. South Shore Park, 2900 South Shore Dr., bayviewfoxrun.webs.com.

6/1 CHEERS TO CHAMBER!

Benefits Milwaukee Chamber Theatre. Delectable hors d’oeuvres, lively entertainment, silent auction, and a chance to meet and mingle with Milwaukee Chamber Theatre artists. 7 p.m. Evening attire. 414-276-8842, milwaukeechambertheatre.com.

6/1 Schlitz Audubon Nature Center Annual Gala Benefits Schlitz Audubon

Nature Center. Join us for an evening of cocktails, dinner and silent auction at the breathtaking Schlitz Audubon Nature Center. 6 p.m. Casual attire. $200/ person. Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, 1111 E. Brown Deer Rd., 414-352-2880, sanc.org.

6/1 Showhouse for a Cure “15 Years of Hope” Gala Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. This gala event features the unveiling of the 2012 Showhouse and will include first-look tours. 6 p.m. Dinner and live auction to follow reception and tour at 7:30 p.m. Reservations required. Evening attire. 2012 Showhouse, 2221 N. Terrace Ave., 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

6/2 THE BIG EVENT Benefits Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts. This performance-based gala fundraiser includes a feature act, open bar, standing supper, live/silent auctions, raffle and post-show dancing. Proceeds benefit arts and education programming at the Wilson Center. 5:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the

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6/2 Daylily Sale Benefits Boerner Botanical Gardens and other public gardens. More than 180 cultivars for sale in all price ranges, colors, sizes and forms. Most varieties are award winners. 9 a.m. Casual attire. Unitarian Universalist Church, 13001 W. North Ave., Brookfield, dssew.org. 6/2 Friends of the Domes Spring Bulb & Plant Sale Benefits Friends of the Domes. Buy your authentic Conservatory show bulbs, and plants early and support the Domes! 10 a.m. Casual attire. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-257-5600, milwaukeedomes.org.

6/2 Kruz for Kinder Benefits Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin. The eighth annual motorcycle ride will begin at 9 a.m. All brands of motorcycles are welcome. Lunch and door prize drawings will be held at Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin. RSVP by June 1. 8 a.m. Motorcycle attire. $35/pledge minimum. Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin, 3800 N. Mayfair Rd., Wauwatosa, 414-536-8333, lcfswi.org.

6/2 Laura’s Smile Mile

Benefits Laura’s Smile Foundation. Sixth annual 5K run/walk will include live music, food and refreshments. The third annual children’s race, known as the Giggle Gallop, will be held immediately after the 5K for those 8 years and under. Register online. 8 a.m. Active attire. $25/adult, $10/child. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Dr., 414-841-6671, laurassmilemile.com.

6/2 - 6/17 2012 Showhouse for a Cure Public Tours Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Dozens of local interior designers, landscape artists and artisans contribute substantial time, talent and furnishings to make this Showhouse spectacular. Various times – please refer to website. Casual attire. $25 at door, $20 in advance. 2012 Showhouse, 2221 N. Terrace Ave., 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

6/3 UPAF’s Ride for the Arts, Sponsored by Miller Lite Benefits United

Performing Arts Fund. The 32nd annual bike ride offers five routes to choose from, including three over the spectacular Hoan Bridge. Recreational riders, families and avid cyclists will travel past several Milwaukee landmarks and along the scenic shores of Lake Michigan, celebrating with a Finish Line Party from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Summerfest grounds. 6 a.m. Biking attire. $35/person, $25/child, $95/family. South Gate, Harbor Drive and Polk Street, 276-276-7433, upafride.org.

6/4 12th Annual Golf INVITATIONAL Benefits VMP

Foundation’s Senior Solutions Fund.

VMP’s 12th Annual Golf Invitational promises to be another fun event with a great group of people. Shotgun start at 11 a.m. with reception, dinner and awards to follow at 4:30 p.m. Golf attire. $2,200/ foursome. Wisconsin Club - Country Club, 6200 W. Good Hope Rd., 414-6074130, vmpcares.com.

18 holes of golf, lunch, golf-skill awards, auction, social hour, live music, dinner and more. Invite your friends, clients and business associates. 10:30 a.m. Golf attire. $200/person. The Bog Golf Course, 3121 Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-3752715, riveredge.us.

6/4 13th Annual Golf Outing, Dinner and Auction Benefits Bryon Riesch

providing access to exceptional theater experiences for young people. It is also an opportunity to honor founding artistic director and current Managing Director Rob Goodman’s legacy at First Stage. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. Pier Wisconsin, 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-267-2936, firststage.org/supportus/ specialevents.asp.

6/9 “Have a Heart” Motorcycle Ride Benefits

Benefits United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin. Events on and off the course add to the excitement of the day. Join us after golf for an auction, awards ceremony, and food and drinks. 11 a.m. Golf attire. $1,500/foursome. Wisconsin Club at Good Hope Rd., 6200 W. Good Hope Rd., 414-329-4500, ucpsew.org.

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6/9 Lombardi Walk/Run for Cancer Benefits Vince

Lombardi Cancer Foundation. The Lombardi Walk/Run for Cancer is fun for families and draws thousands of people together in a healthy activity for a worthy cause: raising money to help the fight against cancer in Milwaukee and throughout eastern Wisconsin. 8 a.m. Active attire. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-649-7019, lombardifoundation.org.

Benefits Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation-Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. Golf at the private, membersonly Legend at Brandybrook. Spend the day golfing while supporting research to find a cure for diabetes. Sponsorship levels start at $2,000. JDRF is the leading funder and advocate of Type 1 diabetes science. Noon. Golf attire. Legend at Brandybrook, 1 Legend Way, Wales, 414453-4673, jdrf.org/sewi.

6/9 Strides for Lupus Walk Benefits Lupus Foundation

6/11 MSOE President’s Golf Outing Benefits Milwaukee

Paralysis Foundation. Includes 18 holes of golf, cart, range balls, lunch, dinner and auction. 10 a.m. Scramble format with shotgun start at 11:30. Casual attire. $200/person, $1,200/team. Silver Spring Country Club, N56 W21318 Silver Spring Dr., Menomonee Falls, 262-3911533, brpf.org.

Benefits Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. Grateful Plate is an annual fundraising event that features a silent auction, dinner and live auction to benefit the 330,000 people who rely on Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin each year. 5 p.m. Black-tie attire. $75/ person, $1,000/table. The Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-8316345, feedingamericawi.org.

6/7 DANNY’S 8TH ANNUAL GOLF OUTING Benefits Spina

Bifida Association of Wisconsin. A fun-filled day of golf, auctions, raffles, good food and fellowship to raise funds for kids with Spina Bifida. Active attire. Ironwood Golf Course, W270 N6166 Moraine Dr., Sussex, 414-607-9061, sbawi.org.

6/7 Doerr Tradition of Caring Award Reception Benefits Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee Community Benefit Programs. Community members who care about creating a healthy community gather to bid on unique auction opportunities, enjoy great food and honor the 2012 Doerr Tradition of Caring Award winner, given to a community member who has gone above and beyond to care for the Ozaukee community. 5 p.m. Business professional attire. Shully’s Cuisine & Events, 146 N. Green Bay Rd., Thiensville, 414-270-4900, supportcsm.org.

6/7 Planting Seeds of Hope Benefits Walkers Point Youth

and Family Center. Live and silent auctions with hearty hors d’oeuvres. Please join us and share in our mission to provide free programs and services to empower youth, strengthen family relationships and encourage safe and stable homes. 5:15 p.m. Business casual attire. Peck Pavilion, 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-672-5300, walkerspoint.org.

6/9 First Stage’s 25th Anniversary Gala Benefits

First Stage Children’s Theater. This milestone event is an opportunity for the community to provide valuable support for First Stage, enabling it to continue

Cardiovascular Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Seventy-mile scenic ride through the hills and countryside of southeastern Wisconsin. 8:30 a.m. Motorcycle attire. Suburban Motors Harley-Davidson, 139 N. Main St., Thiensville, 414-955-5828.

of America-Wisconsin Chapter. A one- or three-mile walk that starts at Mount Mary College and continues through the Menomonee River Parkway. Following the walk is a light lunch and entertainment. 9:30 a.m. Active attire. $20/in advance, $25/at door, $10/child. 2900 N. Menomonee River Pkwy., 414443-6400, lupuswi.org.

6/10 Flag Day Program & Celebration Benefits Ozaukee

County Historical Society. Join us for a Flag Day celebration at the “Birthplace of National Flag Day.” Free admission, ice cream, mementos, and park and ride shuttle. 11 a.m. Casual attire. Stony Hill School, 5995 Hwy. I, Fredonia, 262-3774510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs.

6/10 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. Times available on website. Casual attire. $20 in advance, $25 at door. 2012 Showhouse, 2221 N. Terrace Ave., 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

6/11 AWMI Golf Outing

Benefits Association of Women in the Metal Industries-Wisconsin Chapter. Golf outing to benefit AWMI. Registration and lunch begin at 10 a.m. followed by a noon tee time, and dinner and raffles at 5:30 p.m. Golf attire. Hawk’s View Golf Club, 7377 Krueger Rd., Lake Geneva, 262-643-4558.

6/11 Birdies at the Bog Golf Outing Benefits Riveredge

Nature Center. Join us at The Bog for

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6/11 JDRF Golf Classic

School of Engineering Scholarships. The 30th annual golf outing is a great day of camaraderie and golf for MSOE Regents and guests. Registration and brunch start the day at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start to follow at 11 a.m., social hour at 4:30 p.m., and dinner and auction at 5:30 p.m. Golf attire. $1,400/foursome. Oconomowoc Golf Club, W360 N5261 Brown St., Oconomowoc, 414-277-4523, msoe.edu/alumni/events_and_news/ golf/pgo/index.shtml.

6/14 Danceworks Mad Hot Celebration Benefits

Danceworks, Inc. The fourth annual event celebrates the culmination of Danceworks’ 2012 Mad Hot Ballroom and Tap (MHBT) program in schools and features the winning dancers of the 2012 MHBT Competition. In addition to the exhibition dancing, the event includes cocktail fare and a silent auction. 7 p.m. Evening attire. $50/ person. La Lune Collection Corporate Headquarters, 930 E. Burleigh St., 414277-8480, danceworksmke.org.

6/14 Grand Event 2012

Benefits Grand Avenue Club, Inc. This annual event benefits the mission of Grand Avenue Club, a vital community organization offering respect, hope and opportunity to hundreds of people struggling with mental illness. 5:30 p.m. $75/person, $2,000/table. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-727-3361, grandavenueclub.org.

6/14 Women in Science Luncheon Benefits Medical

College of Wisconsin. Presentation on human stem cell research by Michele Battle, Ph.D. The mission of Women in Science is to showcase outstanding research and provide financial support

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MISSION STATEMENT Milwaukee Ballet, now in its 42nd performing season, was founded in 1970 by local citizens with the desire of creating and sustaining a resident professional dance company in the city of Milwaukee. Since its inception, Milwaukee Ballet has brought superb presentations of the art form to more than 50,000 people a year. Artistic Director Michael Pink has thoughtfully fashioned an artistically and internationally diverse company of 23 elite athletes from six countries, as well as nine company dancers recruited from our own Nancy Einhorn Milwaukee Ballet II training program. These artists reside, work and create in this community and many make Milwaukee their home for years, contributing to and enhancing the artistic output of our city. The Company is as committed to access as artistry, and through community outreach programs, Milwaukee Ballet touches over 25,000 individuals, representing 92 schools and community groups through in-school immersion programs, performances and educational workshops. Milwaukee Ballet maintains the only accredited professional dance school in the Midwest and is one of only 13 professional studio schools accredited nationally.

THE BOARD Keith Kolb Chair Robert W. Baird & Co.

Colleen Henderson, CFA Wisconsin Energy Corporation

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VOLUNTEERING A balletomane is a word that means an ardent admirer and enthusiastic supporter of the ballet. Balletomane is the volunteer support organization for Milwaukee Ballet, whose mission is to cultivate interest, support and appreciation of ballet. Balletomane’s goal is to provide an access point for ballet admirers by building awareness and excitement about Milwaukee Ballet. Balletomanes serve as ambassadors of Milwaukee Ballet and volunteer to:

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Jill Pelisek University of WisconsinMilwaukee

Linda E. Benfield Foley & Lardner LLP

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Michael J. Brophy Aurora Health Care

William Raasch, M.D. Medical College of Wisconsin

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The Milwaukee Public Museum inspires curiosity, excites minds and increases desire to preserve and protect our world’s natural and cultural diversity through exhibitions, educational programs, collections and research. We have the tools with which to ask and answer questions: Why do caterpillars change into butterflies? Which is the heaviest planet in our galaxy? How could one asteroid wipe out all the dinosaurs? We believe that within every person is a burning desire to more fully understand the marvels, the oddities and the secrets of his or her world. We believe it is our job to stoke and feed that fire. For it inspires us to keep learning. To turn more stones. To look closer at life. To ask the never-ending question: What can we discover next?

The Volunteer Department supports MPM by welcoming guests, engaging guests in Museum programs and responding to our guests’ educational needs. For details on volunteer opportunities, call 414-278-2717 or visit mpm.edu/careers/volunteer.

THE BOARD Richard A. Meeusen Chairman Badger Meter

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

6/15 Feast of the Sacred Heart Benefits Priests of the Sacred

Heart. Celebration for the Feast of the Sacred Heart. Mass followed by indoor/ outdoor picnic luncheon. 11 a.m. Casual attire. Sacred Heart Monastery, 7335 S. Lovers Lane Rd., Franklin, 414-4253383, poshusa.org.

6/15 Pasta & Puccini Benefits

Florentine Opera Company. Join us for a remarkable evening evoking the tastes and sounds of the Italian countryside. Begin the evening with cocktails, accompanied by traditional Italian folk music. Then relax al fresco in the courtyard and enjoy a rustic Italian meal. Finally, enjoy the favorite tunes of Italy with Florentine Opera artists. Time TBD. Wayne & Kristine Lueders Florentine Opera Center, 926 E. Burleigh St., florentineopera.org.

6/15 Riverworks 5th Annual Golf Outing & Pig Roast Benefits Riverworks

Development Corporation. Registration includes 18 holes of golf, cart, box lunch, drink tickets and a ticket to the pig roast dinner. Not a golfer but want to join in on the fun? Dinner tickets are available for $25. Shotgun start. Noon. Golf attire. $125/person, $500/foursome. Oakwood Park Golf Course, 3600 W. Oakwood Rd., Franklin, 414-906-9650, riverworksmke.org.

6/15 WALK WITH ME MILWAUKEE 2012 Benefits Easter

Seals Southeast Wisconsin. Funds raised help children and adults with disabilities in southeastern Wisconsin. You can be recognized as an Easter Seals partner, as a corporate sponsor or by forming a walk team. 5 p.m. Walking attire. Polish Fest at the Potawatomi stage, 200 N. Harbor Dr., 414-449-4444, ext. 3254, walkwithme.org/milwaukee.

6/15 - 6/16 Vince Lombardi Golf Classic Benefits Vince

Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Celebrities from the sports and entertainment fields hit the links for one of the oldest two-day charity golf events in the United States. The Classic doesn’t just have history; it has tradition. The 42nd annual event will raise important funds for cancer research and compassionate care at the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinics throughout eastern Wisconsin. Country club attire. North Hills Country Club, N73 W13430 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls, 414-649-7015, lombardifoundation.org/ default.aspx.

6/15 - 6/17 Lakefront Festival of Arts Benefits

Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art. More than 170 juried artists showing and selling works from painting 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.-9 p.m. on Fri.; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sat.; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sun. Casual attire. $9/member, $9/in advance, $15/ nonmember, children/free. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 414-224-3253, mam.org/ lfoa.

6/16 27th Annual Black & White Ball Benefits Milwaukee

Urban League. This black-tie gala has a reputation for being one of the finest events of its kind with the highest ongoing attendance representing Milwaukee’s diverse communities. The pre-ball champagne reception and silent auction allow guests to visit with old friends and make new acquaintances prior to dinner. Our entertainment features a national recording artist and guests can dance right into the post-ball where music is provided by a DJ. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie attire. $210/person, $2,595/table. 1001 N. Fourth St., 414-3745850, tmul.org.

6/16 Sam Memorial Golf Outing Benefits Leukemia Research

at the Medical College of Wisconsin HOOT Fund. Golf event in memory of Sam, who lost his battle with leukemia at the age of 6. Money raised is used under the direction of Sam’s doctor, Dr. David Margolis at the Medical College of Wisconsin. 1:30 p.m. shotgun start. Casual attire. Scenic View Country Club, 4415 Club Dr., Slinger, 414-916-6345, golf4sam.com.

6/16 Strides for Kids Charity Walk Benefits House

of Blue Hope Foundation. Join us for our fourth annual 5K walk/run. In addition to the walk, there will be games, a raffle, silent auction, food and refreshments. 10 a.m. Active attire. $25/ person. Whitnall Park, 5879 S. 92nd St., Picnic Site 8, Franklin, 201-228-0424, houseofbluehope.org.

6/16 Tour de Cure Benefits

American Diabetes AssociationSoutheast Wisconsin. This premiere biking event accommodates and challenges all levels of cycling abilities with 25K, 50K and 100K routes on moderate terrain as well as a 5K Family Fun Ride. Fully stocked rest stops and SAG vehicles available along the course. 6:45 a.m. Biking attire. Grafton High School, 1950 Washington St., Grafton, 414-778-5500, diabetes.org/ sewitourdecure.

6/16 - 6/17 Ozaukee County Pioneer Village Free Admission Weekend

Benefits Ozaukee County Historical Society. Take a tour of more than 24 historical structures, view heritage demonstrations or join the Ice Cream Social. Noon. Casual attire. Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, 4880 Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee. wi.us/ochs.

6/18 Friends of Wisco Charity Golf Outing Benefits Wisconsin Lutheran High

School Athletic Department. A fun day that features 18 holes of golf, gifts, awards, and hole prizes with lunch and dinner included. Tee off at 10 a.m. Golf attire. Evergreen Golf Course, N6246 Hwy. 12, Elkhorn, 414-453-4567, wlhs.org.

6/18 WILSON CENTER GOLF AND TENNIS CLASSIC Benefits Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts. Enjoy a full day of golf and tennis including lunch, dinner, and a bevy of live and silent auction items. 10:30 a.m. Golf attire. Merrill Hills Country Club, W270 S3425 Merrill Hills Rd., Waukesha, 262-373-5029, wilson-center.com.

6/19 14th Annual Golf Classic Benefits Community

Memorial Foundation. Proceeds from the 14th Annual Golf Classic will benefit the Emergency Department at Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls. Shotgun start. Noon. Golf attire. Geneva National Golf Club, 1221 S. Geneva National Ave., Lake Geneva, 262-257-3761, communitymemorialfoundation.org.

6/21 Born Learning Trail Launch Benefits United Way in

Waukesha County. Born Learning Trails help parents, caregivers and communities create early-learning opportunities for children through fun and games. Visit the Heyer Park Trail in Waukesha or the Weyer Park Trail in Sussex (being installed late spring of 2012) on United Way’s Day of Action to promote the Born Learning Trails in Waukesha County. Casual attire. Weyer Park, N64 W23760 Main St., Sussex, 262547-8459, unitedwaywaukesha.org.

6/22 24th Annual ProAm Golf Classic Benefits The

Parenting Network. 18 holes of golf with a Wisconsin PGA pro golfer. Lunch, live and silent auctions, raffles, and team and individual prizes. Hot breakfast at 7:30 a.m. followed by shotgun start at 9 a.m. Golf attire. $375/person. Grand Geneva Resort & Spa, 7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, 414-671-5575, theparentingnetwork.org.

6/23 2ND ANNUAL SUMMERFEST ROCK ’n SOLE RUN Benefits Ronald McDonald

House Charities Eastern Wisconsin and the Summerfest Foundation. The 2nd Annual Summerfest Rock ’n Sole Run on Milwaukee’s lakefront is a half marathon, quarter marathon and 5K run that will kick off the week leading up to the 45th anniversary of Summerfest. 800-837-3378, rocknsolerun.com.

6/23 Midsummer Magic

Benefits Old World Wisconsin Foundation. Enjoy live contemporary music against a backdrop of true Old World charm while savoring samples of food and beverages from more than 40 vendors, all included in your ticket price! Also, browse the new artisans craft fair for that special keepsake. 6 p.m. Outdoor attire. Old World Wisconsin, S103 W37890 Hwy. 67, Eagle, 262-594-2922, friendsoww.org.

6/23 Summer Solstice Soiree and Auction Benefits

Urban Ecology Center. Celebrate the longest day of the year at the green, award-winning Urban Ecology Center. This event includes a sunset celebration, a gourmet organic feast and a silent auction featuring items for “green” living. 6:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. Urban Ecology Center at Riverside Park, 1500 E. Park Place, 414-964-8505, urbanecologycenter.org.

6/23 Zoo Ball Benefits

Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Cocktails, auction, gourmet dinner and live entertainment. $300/person, $4,000/ corporate table. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-2582333, zoosociety.org.

6/23 - 6/24 Cedarburg Strawberry Festival

Benefits Festivals of Cedarburg, Inc. A free, family-oriented festival highlighting delicious strawberry foods, wine and art. Arts on the Avenue, Plein Air Painting Competition, strawberry desserts, food courts, live bands, hayrides, Berry Big 5K Run/Walk, strawberry contests, Cedar Quacker 500, Kids Korner activities in Cedar Creek Park and much more. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sat. and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sun. Outdoor attire. Historic Downtown Cedarburg, 888-894-4001, cedarburgfestivals.com.

6/24 12TH ANNUAL WALK/ RUN FOR SEIZURE & EPILEPSY AWARENESS Ben-

efits Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Wisconsin. 3K walk/5K run on Milwaukee’s Lakefront at Veterans Park. To benefit those affected by epilepsy. 7 a.m. Active attire. $25 in advance, $30 at door. Team prices available. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-2710110, epilepsyfoundationsew.org.

6/24 TAKE STEPS FOR CROHN’S AND COLITIS

Benefits Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America. Evening walk to benefit Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis research. Fun, family-oriented atmosphere. 4 p.m. registration, 5 p.m. walk. Casual attire. South Shore Park, 2900 South Shore Dr., 414-475-5520, cctakesteps.org/milwaukee.

6/25 The Gathering 2012 Golf Classic Benefits The

Gathering of Southeast WI, Inc. Enjoy a day of golf on a beautiful golf course and raise funds for meal programs serving Milwaukee’s hungry and homeless. For the event price, enjoy 18 holes of golf, golf cart, lunch and dinner. 12:30 p.m. Casual attire. Evergreen Golf Club, N6246 Hwy. 12, Elkhorn, 414-272-4122, thegatheringwis.org.

6/27 On the Move Luncheon Benefits National

Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. On the Move Luncheons raise funds to support cutting-edge research into the cause, care and cure of MS and provide assistance to families in Wisconsin who live every day with the

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challenges of MS. Guest speakers share promising new discoveries and inspiring stories. Time TBD. $100/person, $1,000/ table. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 800-2423358, wisms.org.

6/27 REAL HEROES Benefits

Local Red Cross programs and services. This premier fundraising event is an opportunity to recognize and honor individuals who perform extraordinary acts of courage and kindness every day throughout Washington County. 5:30 p.m. Business casual attire. $65/person. West Bend Mutual’s Prairie Center, 1900 S. 18th Ave., West Bend, 262-334-5687, redcrossinsewis.org.

7/TBA Brewers Tailgate to End Domestic Violence Benefits Sojourner

Family Peace Center. This familyfriendly event will feature ballpark-style food and beverages, raffle prizes, and a silent auction before the Brewers take the field at Miller Park. Time TBD. Casual attire. Helfaer Field, 1 Brewers Way, 414276-1911, familypeacecenter.org.

7/TBA CONCLUDING PRESENTATION OF THE LUNTFONTANNE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM Benefits Ten Chimneys.

Ten Chimneys’ prestigious Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship Program concludes with a public presentation featuring 2012 Master Teacher Joel Grey and 10 of the nation’s top stage actors. 8 p.m. Casual attire. Price TBD. The Lunt-Fontanne Program Center at Ten Chimneys, S43 W31575 Depot Rd., Genesee Depot, 262968-4110, tenchimneys.org.

7/4 National Dash Benefits

New Berlin Junior Woman’s Club. Race down National Avenue in front of thousands of spectators! This 5K run and two-mile walk includes chip timing (runners only), high-tech T-shirt, food (sub sandwich), drinks and festival with registration fee. Noon. Active attire. Malone Park, National Ave. and Civic Dr., New Berlin, newberlinjuniors.org.

7/7 Corvette Cruze Benefits

Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin. All proceeds will go toward helping underinsured/uninsured kids and families receive the support they need. After some Corvette viewing, the Cruze will meander through beautiful Wisconsin countryside and will be followed by lunch and door prizes. Minimum $50 donation per Corvette. Please RSVP by phone by July 2, 2012. Time TBD. Casual attire. Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin, 3800 N. Mayfair Rd., Wauwatosa, 414-536-8333, lcfswi.org.

7/14 Bay View Library Book Sale Benefits Milwaukee

Public Library. Friends of Milwaukee Public Library members may enter the sale 30 minutes before the public with current membership card. 9 a.m. Casual attire. Bay View Library, 2566 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., 414-286-2142, mpl.org.

7/16 17th Annual Golf Outing Benefits Rogers Memorial

Hospital. Gather for a day of excellent golf and great prizes in support of mental health and the patients and programs at Rogers Memorial Hospital. 10 a.m. Golf attire. The Legend at Brandybrook, 1 Legend Way, Wales, 262-646-1651, rogersmemorialfoundation.org.

7/16 Journey House Golf Outing Benefits Journey House, Inc.

Shotgun start with special events on the course, including a hole-in-one contest. Lunch and dinner included. Sponsorship opportunities available. Noon. Casual attire. Merrill Hills Country Club, W270 S3425 Merrill Hills Rd., Waukesha, 414647-0548, journeyhouse.org.

7/20 Timber-Lee’s Annual Golf Invitational Benefits Timber-lee. Activities include 18 holes of golf, lunch, dinner, live/silent auction and banquet with weekend packages available for one or two nights. 10 a.m.

Casual attire. Grand Geneva Resort, 7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, 262-617-6458, timber-lee.com.

7/21 Fish Day Run/Walk

Benefits Portal, inc. Gather your family and friends and join us for a picturesque 8K run or two-mile run/walk through Port Washington. Register by mail, online or over the phone. 6:30 a.m. Active attire. $17/person in advance or $20/person. Port Washington Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Center, 126 E. Grand Ave., Port Washington, 262-3774410, portalinc.org.

7/21 Summer Evening

Benefits The Women’s Center. Delicious food, cocktails, live music and a live auction. The event provides a pleasurable experience for all who attend. 6 p.m. Cocktail attire. $150/ person. Chenequa Country Club, 6250 N. Hwy. 83, Hartland, 262-547-4600, twcwaukesha.org.

7/21 - 7/22 Antique Tractor and Machinery Show Benefits Ozaukee County Historical Society. Two-day event featuring tractors and equipment, hit ’n miss engines, threshing, baling and sawmill. Family fun includes food, music, flea market, parade and more. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Casual attire. Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, 4880 Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee. wi.us/ochs.

7/21 - 7/22 Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour Benefits The

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. A two-day cycling tour leads you through beautiful scenery along Lake Michigan. Riders will spend the night in Manitowoc at the UW-Manitowoc campus. The weekend includes all meals, beverages, entertainment, full-route support, camping, shuttle buses to hotels and transportation from Sturgeon Bay to Mequon on Sunday. 7:30 a.m. each day. Biking attire. $85/

adult, $70/child, $300/pledge minimum. MATC Mequon Campus, 5555 W. Highland Rd., Mequon, 262-785-4272, scenicshore150.org.

7/22 - 7/23 John Krampf Memorial Golf Outing

Benefits Medical College of Wisconsin - Ovarian Cancer Research. Pre-outing party on Sun., July 22 starts at 7:30 p.m. and will feature a DJ, karaoke, dancing, cash bar, raffles and more. Includes golf fees, lunch, dinner reception, program and prizes. Shotgun start. 10:30 a.m. Golf attire. Lake Arrowhead Golf Course, 1195 Apache Ln., Nekoosa, 715325-2968, lakearrowheadgolf.com.

7/23 29TH ANNUAL RMH GOLF CLASSIC Benefits Ronald

McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin. Hit the links with your friends and colleagues at the 29th Annual RMH Golf Classic. Lunch and dinner are included. Evergreen Golf Club, Hwy. 12/67 North, Elkhorn, 414475-5085, rmhcmilwaukee.org.

7/23 2012 Pyramax Bank Four-Ball Golf Challenge Benefits Cystic

Fibrosis Foundation. In addition to enjoying 27 holes on beautiful Hidden Glen, the day includes breakfast, lunch, cocktails, on-course contests, raffles, silent auction, post-golf reception, dinner, evening cocktails, exciting live auction and awards presentation! Register early to ensure your participation as a golfer and/or sponsor. All-day event. Golf attire. Hidden Glen Golf Course, 3300 Hidden Glen Ln., Cedarburg, 262-798-2060, cff.org/ chapters/wisconsin.

7/23 Birdies and Eagles Golf Tournament Benefits

Zoological Society of Milwaukee. Golf tournament with scramble format. Lunch at 11 a.m., shotgun start at noon with dinner and auction to follow. 10:30 a.m. Golf attire. $300/person, $2,500/

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. Charitable Events Guide 2012 ⁄ MILWAUKEEMAG.com ⁄ 29

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MISSION STATEMENT In response to the command of Jesus, we compassionately serve to help make whole the hungry, homeless and poor in body, mind and spirit for the glory of God.

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“...to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter...Isaiah 58:7.”

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When men or mothers with children need a hot meal, a warm, safe bed or a place to put their lives back together, they come to the Milwaukee Rescue Mission. Since our doors opened in 1893, we have provided care and support to people who are truly in need. Each day, we provide food and shelter for up to 400 men, women and children who might have nowhere else to turn. In addition to meeting their immediate needs, we provide the training, support and guidance they need to rebuild their lives. Our efforts are only possible through the generous support of individuals, businesses, churches and foundations. Our programs include: • Safe Harbor – a refuge for homeless, hurting men • Joy House - our place of safety and support for homeless mothers with children • CrossTrainers Academy - a 4K through 5th grade Christian school for at-risk children in the city of Milwaukee

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For more information, please visit milmission.org.

VOLUNTEERING Every year, thousands of dedicated volunteers bring their talents and passions for helping others to the Milwaukee Rescue Mission. Volunteers make an enormous impact on our ministry every day, and we couldn’t do what we do without their willingness to help. Every second Saturday of the month is Volunteer Saturday, a time when volunteers work on whatever the greatest need is at the time. Preregistration for Volunteer Saturdays is required. Other ongoing volunteer opportunities include: • Serving meals • Sorting donated items • Tutoring a child • Providing extra help during the busy holiday season • Assisting with other projects as they arise If you or your group are interested in serving at MRM, please call our Volunteer Office at 414-935-0241.

UPCOMING EVENTS May 3, 2012 “Faces of Hope” Event Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin

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CharitableEvents2012 foursome. Ozaukee Country Club, 10823 N. River Rd., Mequon, 414-2582333, zoosociety.org.

7/23 Tee Up for a Cure Golf Outing Benefits Wisconsin

Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Your day includes putting green and practice range time, lunch and a shotgun start, then an evening reception, awards dinner banquet and presentations. 10 a.m. Golf attire. $400/person, $1,600/foursome. Blue Mound Golf and Country Club, 10122 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse.org.

7/26 Corks & Kegs Benefits

Center for Communication, Hearing & Deafness. Annual beer and wine tasting with a variety of local craft beer, wine, food and great music. Stay for the wine pull, raffle and silent auction! Tickets available online or by phone. 5:30 p.m. Casual attire. 234 W. Florida St., 414604-2200, cchdwi.org.

7/28 A Grand Day with the Brewers/Thriller at Miller VI Benefits VMP

Foundation. Students from the Medical College of Wisconsin will compete against the Marquette University School of Dentistry in a softball showdown at Helfaer Field. The Mascot Home Run Derby and other entertainment for the whole family is planned. Noon. Casual attire. Helfaer Field, 1 Brewers Way, 414607-4130, vmpcares.com.

7/28 Discovery World Gala 2012 Benefits Discovery

World. Discovery World celebrates its 30th anniversary at this year’s not-tomiss Gala hosted by Lisa Cudahy, who puts her personal touch on every detail. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. $350/person. 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-840-5000, discoveryworld.org.

7/28 Stu’s Golf Outing

Benefits St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care. Hosted by Stu’s Flooring, the 11th Annual Charity Golf Outing will kick off with registration at noon followed by a 1 p.m. tee time. Individuals and foursomes welcome. Cost includes golf, cart, food, prizes and raffle tickets. Noon. Active attire. Western Lakes Golf Club, W287 N1963 Oakton Rd., Pewaukee, 414-977-5000, stanncenter.org.

7/29 Society Sundays at Pizzeria Piccola Benefits

Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever (WAAGR). WAAGR volunteers serve as the greeters and table-bussing staff. All tips and a portion of the food sales help the Goldens in our group’s care! 4 p.m. Casual attire. Pizzeria Piccola, 7606 W. State St., Wauwatosa, 414-517-7725, waagr.org.

7/30 Wine Maniac’s Maniac Golf Classic

Benefits Star of Hope Foundation. Shotgun start at noon. Included are golf cart, swag bag, lunch and dinner

with a raffle, silent and live auctions. The Star of Hope Foundation raises money for education grants for area students. 10 a.m. Golf attire. Western Lakes Golf Club, W287 N1963 Oakton Rd., Pewaukee, 414-305-0631, starofhopefoundation.org.

8/4 43rd Annual Tour of Architectural Treasures Benefits Cedarburg

Cultural Center. This annual tour presents an array of architecturally significant properties that offer insight into preservation, restoration and craftsmanship. The tour includes five residences and one public building along the Ethnic Settlement Trail in Ozaukee County. 9 a.m. Casual attire. Cedarburg Cultural Center, W62 N546 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, 262-375-3676, cedarburgculturalcenter.org.

8/4 - 8/5 Bike MS: Best Dam Bike Ride Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Cyclists bike from Pewaukee to Whitewater on Saturday, then from Whitewater to Madison on Sunday. Routes provide 62.5-, 75- and 100-mile cycling options each day. Biking attire. $35/person, $300/pledge minimum. WCTC, 800 Main St., Pewaukee, 800242-3358, bikemswisconsin.org.

8/6 7th Annual “Whole in One” Golf Outing in Memory of Carm Gianforte Benefits CORE/El

Centro. 18 holes of golf with cart. 11 a.m. Active attire. Midlane Golf Resort, 4555 W. Yorkhouse Rd., Wadsworth, IL, 414-384-2673, core-elcentro.org.

8/6 JA Free Enterprise Invitational Benefits Junior

Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc. Pristine course, modified par-3 format, firstclass amenities, $25,000 hole-in-one and Million Dollar shoot-out make this “the golfing experience of the season!” Foursome pricing and other sponsorships available. 11 a.m. Golf attire. Location TBD, 414-577-3800, wisconsin.ja.org.

8/8 - 8/11 Snooze at the Zoo Benefits Zoological Society of

Milwaukee. This fun family experience includes overnight camping and a picnic buffet at the Zoo. Member rates are $45 for adults (ages 13 and older), $30 for children (ages 3-12) and $135 for a family of four. 5 p.m. Casual attire. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-2582333, zoosociety.org.

8/9 Champions in Giving

Benefits United Way in Waukesha County. Celebration recognizing United Way’s most generous donors and the difference their contributions have made within the community. Held at an exclusive private home in Lake Country, the event features food and wine pairings from the area’s top restaurants, inspiring stories from United Way partners and a celebrity guest. Event sponsors are Jerry and Judie

Couri. Time TBD. Business professional attire. Location TBD, 262-547-8459, unitedwaywaukesha.org.

8/11 19TH ANNUAL SPRINT FOR SPINA BIFIDA Benefits

Spina Bifida Association of Wisconsin. A 5K (3.1-mile) run/wheelchair roll and two-mile walk along the beautiful Menomonee River Parkway as well as associated festivities, featuring “Tiny Tots” races, vendors and raffles. 8:30 a.m. Outdoor attire. Price TBD. Mount Mary College, 2900 N. Menomonee River Pkwy., 414-607-9061, sbawi.org.

8/11 Wheeling For Healing Benefits Community

Memorial Foundation. Family bike ride includes a 33-mile route for more skilled riders as well as four-mile and 15-mile routes. Funds support the Cancer Care Center at Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls. Registration opens at 6:30 a.m. Times vary depending on route. Active attire. Community Memorial Hospital, W180 N8085 Town Hall Rd., Menomonee Falls, 262-257-3761, communitymemorialfoundation.org.

8/12 Bluegrass at the Village Benefits Ozaukee County

Historical Society. Join us for great bands, great food and great fun. 11:30 a.m. Casual attire. Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, 4880 Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs.

8/13 Big Brothers Big Sisters NFL Alumni Golf Classic Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. All participants enjoy the following: NFL alumni golfer with each foursome, a full day of challenging golf at a private country club, buffet breakfast and oncourse lunch, gourmet awards dinner with silent auction and a deluxe gift package. 10 a.m. Country club attire. University Club - Country Club, 6200 W. Good Hope Rd., 414-831-4580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

8/16 Champions for Change Benefits Community

Shares of Greater Milwaukee. Celebrate the achievements of five of greater Milwaukee’s nonprofit and business leaders in the fields of social justice, animal welfare and the environment. Free parking is available. 5 p.m. Business formal attire. $50/member, $75/in advance, $85/at door, $750/corporate table. 1721 W. Canal St., 414-342-0883, communitysharesmke.org.

8/16 - 8/19 Ride To Cure Diabetes: La Crosse

Benefits JDRF Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. Experience a fun-filled weekend that includes bike seminars and team building celebrations. It all leads up to the big event – Ride Day! Multiple fundraising and mileage options available. Time TBD. Biking attire. La Crosse Center, 300 Harborview Plaza, La Crosse, 414-4534673, jdrf.org/sewi.

8/17 - 8/19 Mitchell Park Domes Art Festival

Benefits Friends of the Domes. The cultural event of the summer showcasing juried fine artists in and around the Domes in historic Mitchell Park. Times vary daily. Casual attire. $8/ person. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-2575600, milwaukeedomes.org.

8/18 HAWS Pet Fair Benefits Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Pet vendors galore, including rescues, veterinarians, breed clubs, doggy day cares, pet bakeries and more! Watch the adoptable pet parade, learn from experts, meet & greet with other pet owners, and enjoy great food for people and pets. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Casual attire. Rotary Park of Menomonee Falls, Lilly Rd. and Pilgrim Rd., Menomonee Falls, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org. 8/18 Run/Walk to Irish Fest Benefits Arthritis Foundation.

A 5K run and walk along Milwaukee’s beautiful lakefront will help raise funds to prevent, control and cure arthritis. Each participant will receive free admission for the day into Irish Fest, the world’s largest Irish festival, courtesy of Milwaukee Irish Fest! Time TBD. Active attire. $25/adult, $15/ child. 200 N. Harbor Dr., 800-333-1380, runwalktoirishfest.kintera.org.

8/18 WAAGR’s Annual Golf Outing Benefits Wisconsin

Adopt A Golden Retriever (WAAGR). A day of golf followed by dinner and a silent auction. Dinner open to nongolfers. We need donations for the silent auction table, sponsors, and of course, golfers! 8:30 a.m. Golf attire. Scenic View Country Club, 4415 Club Dr., Slinger, 414-517-7725, waagr.org.

8/18 Woodland Pattern’s 4th Annual Music Marathon Benefits

Woodland Pattern Book Center Alternating Currents Live. Putting particular emphasis on performers who present unique musical styles, both improvised and composed, ACL has cultivated an intimate concert in Woodland Pattern’s gallery. Any form of music is welcome. 1 p.m. Casual attire. $6/member, $7/in advance, $8/ nonmember. Woodland Pattern Book Center, 720 E. Locust St., 414-263-5001, woodlandpattern.org.

8/20 29th Annual Bill Crowley Scholarship Golf Outing Benefits

Dominican High School. The outing includes lunch, 18 holes of golf, tee prize, on-course beverages, silent and live auction and dinner. All-day event. Country club attire. Ozaukee County Club, 10823 N. River Rd., Mequon, 414332-1170, dominicanhighschool.com.

8/25 Animal Safari

Benefits Zoological Society of Milwaukee. What do polar bears eat? How do zookeepers care for giraffes and other MCZ animals? Find out at

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this behind-the-scenes event for animal sponsors. 10 a.m. Casual attire. $25/ person. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org.

a.m. Business casual attire. $50/person, $1,000/table, $2,500/corporate table. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-271-1470, bestbuddieswisconsin.org/breakfast.

8/25 - 8/26 The Milwaukee Masterpiece Benefits Jewish

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Family Services, Inc. This two-day event begins with Club Day and showcases American, English, German and Italian vehicles as well as hot rods and motorcycles from more than 50 local and regional clubs. Day 2 celebrates automotive art and history with the Concours d’Elegance, featuring more than 150 vehicles from all over the United States and Europe. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Casual attire. $15 in advance, $20 at door. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-225-1344, milwaukeemasterpiece.com.

8/25 - 8/26 Women for MACC Shoot for a Cure 2012 Benefits MACC Fund. Shoot

for a Cure, the Gene Johann Memorial Trapshoot, is an annual trapshoot event to fight childhood cancer. Enjoy trapshoot, raffles, a pig roast and more. 8 a.m. Active attire. Hartford Conservation and Gun Club, 6000 Hwy. 60, Hartford, 414-456-5830, womenformacc.org.

8/27 Burn Center Golf Invitational Benefits Columbia St. Mary’s Regional Burn Center and Wisconsin Alliance for Fire Safety Programs. The BCGI features lunch, 18 holes of golf on the Brute or Highlands, silent auction and dinner. 9 a.m. Golf attire. $400/person. Grand Geneva Resort & Spa, 7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, 262-253-9300, wafs.org.

8/27 MSOE Regents’ Golf Outing Benefits Milwaukee School

of Engineering Scholarships. The 23rd annual golf outing will provide MSOE Regents and guests with a great opportunity to enjoy a special day in a relaxing atmosphere. Lunch will precede an 11:30 a.m. tee time. Post-golf cocktails, buffet and awards. 10 a.m. Golf attire. $550/person, $2,200/foursome. Westmoor Country Club, 400 S. Moorland Rd., Brookfield, 414-277-4523, msoe.edu/alumni/events_and_news/ golf/rgo/index.shtml.

8/31 Lobster Boil Benefits

Milwaukee Community Sailing Center. The MCSC annual fundraiser dinner will include lobster from Maine as well as a variety of other menu items. Purchase tickets by phone or online. 6 p.m. Milwaukee Community Sailing Center, 1450 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-277-9094, sailingcenter.org.

9/TBA 2012 Leadership Breakfast Benefits Best

Buddies Wisconsin. Join us for an inspirational breakfast in which the abilities of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities will be highlighted. The accomplishments of Best Buddies Wisconsin and our many volunteers will be celebrated as well. 7

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 and are sorted by community volunteers to be made ready for cleaning. Coats are distributed to Milwaukee Public Schools, other child-serving agencies and to families in November of each year. Time TBD. Salvation Army Distribution Center, 5880 N. 60th St., 414-302-4300, samilwaukee.org.

9/TBA Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Benefits

Susan G. Komen of Southeast Wisconsin and Affiliates. A 5K run or one-mile walk. Event includes live music, activities, booths and more! 7 a.m. Active attire. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 877-506-9031, komensoutheastwi.org.

9/1 - 9/2 Revolutionary War Re-enactment & Encampment Benefits Ozaukee

County Historical Society. Join us for an exciting and educational re-enactment of the Revolutionary War. Food and beverage available. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Battles are at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Casual attire. Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, 4880 Hwy. I, Saukville, 262-377-4510, co.ozaukee.wi.us/ochs.

9/7 2nd Annual Krankin’ for Kids Bike Ride Benefits

Lutheran Special School and Education Services. Cyclists of all ages and skill levels can enjoy an early autumn ride along the scenic paved roads and trails of Ozaukee and Washington counties. The routes are 62 miles, 36 miles, 15 miles and five miles. Rest stops along the way followed by lunch and entertainment after the ride. Rides begin at 7 a.m. and 8:45 a.m. Biking attire. Trinity Freistadt Lutheran Church, 10729 W. Freistadt Rd., Mequon, 414-461-8500, lsses.org.

9/7 - 9/8 Kettle Moraine Jazz Festival Benefits West

Bend Sunrise Rotary Foundation. The annual festival will feature performances from seven jazz acts, tempting international cuisine, an arts marketplace and interactive sponsor exhibits. In its history, the festival has contributed more than $380,000 to charitable groups in southeastern Wisconsin. Fri. from 4-11:30 p.m. and Sat. from 12:30-11 p.m. Casual attire. Riverside Park, 143 Water St., West Bend, kmjazz.com.

9/8 17TH ANNUAL CROQUET BALL Benefits Penfield Children’s Center. Guests enjoy a cocktail hour and team speed-croquet match played by supporting businesses and corporate leaders, all while perusing a fabulous silent auction. Gourmet dinner and program follow, showcasing a Penfield

family and honoring a generous community partner. An exciting live and paddle auction conclude this elegant evening. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie attire. $200/person, $2,500/table. Milwaukee Country Club, 8000 Range Line Rd., 414-344-7676, penfieldchildren.org.

9/8 Monarch Ball Benefits Lutheran Home Foundation. Proceeds from the Monarch Ball help to provide a safe, comfortable and loving home for older adults. Come and enjoy a delicious dinner, silent auction, raffles and wonderful music. 5:30 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-258-6170, thelutheranhome.org. 9/8 Wagfest Benefits Elmbrook

Humane Society. Wagfest is one of the largest animal-related festivals in our area! The event features more than 80 pet and non-pet related vendors, dog activities, games, lure coursing, agility, demonstrations, special celebrity appearances, delicious food, live music and much more for the entire family. 11 a.m. Casual attire. Mitchell Park, 19900 River Rd., Brookfield, 262-782-9261, ebhs.org.

9/9 2012 STARVING ARTISTS’ SHOW Benefits Mount Mary

College Alumnae Association. The 44th Annual Starving Artists’ Show is one of the last outdoor shows of the season. The Show features 200-plus artists presenting pieces for $100 or less! Artwork includes prints, oils, sketches, photography, jewelry, ceramics, glass, metalwork and textiles. The Show supports Mount Mary College’s student scholarship fund and campus improvements. $5/entrance fee. Parking is free on the Mount Mary College grounds. Mount Mary College, 2900 N. Menomonee River Pkwy., 414256-1254, mtmary.edu/sas.htm.

9/9 Dylan’s Run for Autism Benefits Autism Society of

Southeastern Wisconsin. This two-mile run/walk raises funds and awareness for Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin. ASSEW supports all who are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. 10 a.m. Active attire. 200 N. Harbor Dr., 414-427-9345, assew.org.

9/9 NAMI Racine Bike ’n Hike Benefits Alliance on Mental

Illness of Racine County. Choose from a 10-, 35- or 60-mile bike ride through the rolling hills of southeastern Wisconsin or a 3K walk/hike (starts at noon) through Waterford High School’s wooded ecology area. Registration includes lunch, T-shirt, goody bag and entertainment. 8 a.m. Active attire. Waterford High School, 100 Field Dr., Waterford, 262-637-0582, namiracine. org/bikenhike.

9/10 Children’s Hospital Tee-Up Fore Kids Benefits

Children’s Hospital and Health System. Children’s Hospital Tee-Up Fore Kids will support the Newborn Progressive Care Unit. Opened in 2010, the Newborn Progressive Care Unit is an

extension of our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. It helps us accommodate rising patient volumes while providing the same standard of care delivered by the same caregivers as in the NICU. Milwaukee Country Club, 8000 N. Range Line Rd., River Hills, 414-2666320, chw.org/display/ppf/docid/33048/ nav/1/router.asp.

9/12 Campaign Kickoff

Benefits United Way in Waukesha County. Meet the campaign leadership team for the 2012 campaign! Campaign supporters will announce the community goal and unveil the 2012 giving promotions. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear firsthand the impact made on community agencies and residents alike through the generosity of supporting individuals and organizations. Time TBD. Business casual attire. Location TBD, 262-5478459, unitedwaywaukesha.org.

9/13 Light The Night Walk Benefits The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. During this inspirational, leisurely walk, walkers carry illuminated balloons: white for survivors, red for supporters and gold in memory of loved ones lost to cancer. 5 p.m. Active attire. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 262-785-4275, lightthenight.org/wi.

9/14 OVER THE EDGE

Benefits Special Olympics Wisconsin. Here’s a chance to rappel down or send someone you know rappelling down one of Milwaukee’s tallest buildings. All for a great cause! Active attire. Minimum pledge TBD. The CityCenter at 735, 735 N. Water St., 262-241-7786, specialolympicswisconsin.org.

9/15 10-Cent Book Sale

Benefits Milwaukee Public Library. Friends of Milwaukee Public Library members may enter the sale 30 minutes before the public with current membership card. 9 a.m. Casual attire. Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-286-2142, mpl.org.

9/15 Beyond The Blues

Benefits Charles E. Kubly Foundation. Join us for a casual and fun evening with music all night and excellent food by Bartolotta Catering. 6 p.m. Casual attire. 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-477-9959, beyondtheblues.org.

9/15 Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk for Children’s Hospital Benefits Children’s

Hospital and Health System. Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk has raised more than $13 million with the help of outstanding community support. Corporate sponsorships and the pledge campaign are critically important components of the event. Your involvement makes it possible for us to provide medical care for more than 325,000 patient visits every year. 10:30 a.m. Active attire. Marquette University, 1250 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-266-1520, alsrun.com.

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MISSION STATEMENT The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

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The list of volunteer opportunities for The Salvation Army is extensive from our Feed The Kids Summer Lunch Program to our Christmas Family Feast. Individuals and corporate foundations can become directly involved with a financial gift to one or more of the many Salvation Army programs, such as the Children’s Education Development Program of The Salvation Army Emergency Lodge. Here are some of the ways in which community members can support The Salvation Army: •Mail Appeal •Red Kettle •Gift Annuity

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David Bubacy Lemberg Electric Company Inc. Tim Bultman Bultman Investment Management Inc. Angela T. Campion Campion Law, LLC Sherry Christian United Parcel Service John Connelly US Bank Lafayette Crump Prism Technical Management & Marketing Services, LLC

George S. Lawrence Ideal Contractors of Wisconsin Verona L. Morgan Morgan Consulting Group Amy M.P. Randall University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Perfecto Rivera Wisconsin Housing & Economic Development Authority Chief Mark A. Rohlfing City of Milwaukee Fire Department Robert Ruggieri Ruggieri Communications Services Chris Sauvé VJS Construction Services John Simonitsch Simonitsch Properties

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Conrad York Northwestern Mutual

Eric Hobbs Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

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9/15 Friends of the Haggerty Fall Gala

Benefits Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University. Enjoy gourmet hors d’oeuvres, a sit-down dinner, silent and voice auctions, and live music. The highlight of the evening is the presentation of Marquette University’s Kairos Award, an all-university award that recognizes the exceptional service of recipients to the arts. Time TBD. Black-tie optional attire. Eckstein Hall and the Haggerty Museum of Art, 1250 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-288-1669, marquette.edu/haggerty.

9/15 JDRF Walk To Cure Diabetes Benefits Juvenile

Diabetes Research Foundation. The Walk draws people together in a healthy activity for a worthy cause and raises money to help find a cure for diabetes. JDRF is the leading funder and advocate of Type 1 diabetes science. 8:30 a.m. Casual attire. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-453-4673, jdrf.org/sewi.

will be accompanied on the runway by an individual who has provided critical emotional and social support during their cancer journey. 6 p.m. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-962-8201, gildasclubsewi.org.

9/20 Women in Science Luncheon Benefits Medical

College of Wisconsin. Presentation on hearing loss and cochlear implants by Chris Runge, Ph.D. 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. Business casual attire. Woman’s Club of Wisconsin, 813 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414-955-4717, mcw.edu/ womeninscience.

9/21 Fusion Fashion Show Featuring Repurposed Runway

Ovarian Cancer Alliance. Join us for a 5K run or two-mile walk, take your pooch for a stroll in The Bark in the Park or have the little ones (8 and under) join the Rascal Romp. 8 a.m. Outdoor attire. Cool Waters Park, 2028 S. 124th St., West Allis, 262-797-7804, wisconsinovariancancer.com.

Benefits RedLine Milwaukee, Inc. Up-and-coming fashion designers will showcase their fashion-forward garments made out of recycled or repurposed items and compete for “Best in Show.” The traditional fashion show will feature the clothing of Bruce Paul Goodman as well as men’s clothing. Hors d’oeuvres, dessert and cash bar available. 5 p.m. Casual attire. $20/ person. RedLine Milwaukee, Inc., 1422 N. Fourth St., 414-491-9088, redlineartmke.org.

9/15 - 9/16 Cedarburg Wine & Harvest Festival

9/21 - 9/22 Ridin’ to a Cure Benefits Breast Cancer

9/15 Nancy’s Run, Rock N Stroll Benefits Wisconsin

Benefits Festivals of Cedarburg, Inc. A free, family-oriented festival throughout Historic Cedarburg. Farmer’s market, Arts on the Avenue, scarecrow contest, pumpkin carving, grape stomp, wine booths, live bands and many more activities! 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sat. and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sun. Outdoor attire. Historic Downtown Cedarburg, Washington Ave., Cedarburg, 888-8944001, cedarburgfestivals.org.

9/16 Ride on the Wild Side Benefits Zoological Society of

Milwaukee. Annual family bike ride at the Zoo followed by lunch. 7 a.m. Biking attire. $35/member, $12/child, $85/family. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-258-2333, zoosociety.org.

9/17 Milwaukee Rescue Mission Golf Outing

Benefits Milwaukee Rescue Mission. Participants of the Milwaukee Rescue Mission’s yearly golf outing help provide hope to the poor, hungry and homeless of our community by raising awareness and funds to help the men, women and children that come to MRM’s doors for sanctuary. Time TBD. Country club attire. Blue Mound Golf and Country Club, 10122 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, 414-344-2211, milmission.org.

9/20 Gilda’s Club Fashion “Show of Support” Benefits Gilda’s

Club. The evening includes a cocktail reception, dinner and fashion show. Show models, all cancer survivors,

Research in Wisconsin. Rock River HOG Chapter’s 18th Annual “Ridin’ to a Cure” motorcycle ride to benefit breast cancer research. Preregister the night before and begin your ride at the Harley-Davidson Museum the next day with a post-ride event to follow at Olympia Resort in Oconomowoc. Time TBD. Motorcycle attire. 400 Canal St., ridintoacure.com.

9/21 - 9/23 Challenge Walk MS Benefits National

Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter. Challenge Walk MS is a threeday, 50-mile walk (30-mile option also available) throughout Door County, which benefits programs and research for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Active attire. $125/person, $1,500/pledge minimum. Door County, 800-242-3358, wisms.org.

9/22 3rd Annual Glow Golf Fundraiser - Happy Endings No Kill Cat Shelter Benefits Happy Endings

No Kill Cat Shelter. A silent auction will be held in addition to playing three rounds of glow-in-the-dark mini golf. Noon. Casual attire. $7/in advance, $8/ adult, $3/child. Glow Golf - Southridge Mall, 5300 S. 76th St., Lower Level, Greendale, 414-744-3287, happyendings. us/golf.htm.

9/22 14th Annual MTEF Tennis Ball Dinner & Auction Benefits Milwaukee

Tennis & Education Foundation. The evening includes cocktails, a silent auction, dinner, evening program, live auction and music by the Eddie Butts Band! 6 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. Peck Pavilion, 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414-403-6823, mtef.com.

9/22 Latino Arts’ Noche de Gala Benefits Latino Arts,

Inc. An elegant evening of music and dance in celebration of cultural arts. Purchase your seat or sponsor a table to help fund diverse arts and education programming, including the awardwinning Latino Arts Strings Program. 8 p.m. Cocktail attire. Latino Arts Auditorium & Gallery, 1028 S. Ninth St., 414-384-3100, latinoartsinc.org.

9/22 Miles for Meals 2012 Benefits Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. A 5K run and two-mile walk to help support the hungry. 8:30 a.m. Active attire. $20/in advance, $25/at door, $15/child. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-831-6345.

9/22 Paws & Claws Gala

Benefits Wisconsin Humane Society. This formal event includes a fabulous dinner, silent and live auctions, animals in evening attire, a special awards presentation and music. 5:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. $300/person, $3,000/ table. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-2646257, wihumane.org.

9/22 Walk To Cure Diabetes: Sheboygan County Benefits JDRF

Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. Fun and family friendly, featuring live music, food and kids’ activities. This walk brings together walkers from Manitowoc, Sheboygan and Fond du Lac counties. JDRF is the leading funder and advocate of Type 1 diabetes science. 1 p.m. Walking attire. River Park, 375 Buffalo St., Sheboygan, 920-803-8820, jdrf.org/sewi.

9/24 CHALLENGER GOLF OUTING AND FUNDRAISER

Benefits Life Navigators. Features lunch and 18 holes of golf at an exclusive country club, followed by cocktails, dinner, raffle, silent auction and voice auction. Proceeds directly benefit children and adults with disabilities. Golf attire, business attire for evening. $150+. Sponsorship opportunities available. Blue Mound Golf and Country Club, 10122 W. North Ave., 414-774-6255, lifenavigators.org.

9/25 JOE’S RUN, WALK & ROLL Benefits United Cerebral Palsy

of Southeastern Wisconsin. Enjoy this 5K run or shorter alternate routes. Stay for the post-run party in the park and enjoy entertainment, refreshments, food, raffle drawings and more! 8:30 a.m. Sports attire. Price TBD. Hart Park, 7300 Chestnut St., Wauwatosa, 414-3294500, ucpsew.org.

9/26 ReFashion For Life

Benefits CommonGround Ministry/ Elena’s House. Fashion show combining

the latest in fashion with fashionable products for the home. Silent and voice auctions featuring entertainment and sporting tickets, boutique certificates and more. Hors d’oeuvres and desserts will be provided, in addition to music by Mr. Lucky Light. 6 p.m. Business casual attire. Callen Construction Showroom, S63 W13131 Janesville Rd., Muskego, 414-529-5509, refashionforlife.com.

9/28 Brew Madness Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. From brew novices to advanced brew enthusiasts, Brew Madness is a casual and fun evening for all experience levels! Enjoy a night of sampling barley and hops, along with great foods at festive tasting stations. Guests are also treated to lively auctions and a live band. 6:30 p.m. Casual attire. Peck Pavilion, 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 262-798-2060, wisconsin.cff.org/brew. 9/28 Fashionable HAWS Event Benefits Humane Animal

Welfare Society of Waukesha County. Have a doggone good time while watching models from local boutiques strut their stuff on the catwalk for HAWS! Cocktails, appetizers, raffle, silent and voice auctions, adoptable pets, meet-and-greet and more. 6 p.m. Cocktail attire. $75/person. Silver Spring Golf & Banquet Center, N56 W21318 Silver Spring Dr., Menomonee Falls, 262-542-8851, hawspets.org.

9/28 Milwaukee Choral Artists’ Gala Benefits

Milwaukee Choral Artists. Enjoy “wine, women and song” at this gala event to benefit the Milwaukee Choral Artists, the highly acclaimed women’s vocal ensemble. 5:30 p.m. Business formal attire. University Club of Milwaukee, 924 E. Wells St., 262-628-5022, milwaukeechoralartists.org.

9/30 2012 Milwaukee Heart Walk Benefits American

Heart Association. In addition to one- and three-mile routes, the event features free food, giveaways, a kids’ zone, cooking demonstrations, health screenings and information, a tribute area and special recognition for heart disease and stroke survivors. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. 9 a.m. Walking attire. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-227-1471, milwaukeeheartwalk.org.

10/TBA BRPF Team Challenge Benefits Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation. Elite Sports Clubs are teaming up with the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation (BRPF) for this one-of-a-kind event. Up to 32 five-person teams will compete in five different team challenges. Noon. Active attire. $500/team. Elite Sports Club of Brookfield, 13825 W. Burleigh Rd., Brookfield, 262-547-2083, brpf.org.

10/TBA Moving Forward Ride/Walk for Parkinson’s Disease Benefits Froedtert & the Medical College Parkinson’s and Movement

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Disorders Program. Ride, run or walk through the beautiful Kettle Moraine. Riders can choose a heart-pumping 100K bike ride, a 30-mile ride, a less-hilly 10-mile ride, a 5K fun run or a two-mile walk. Time TBD. Biking attire. $45/person. The Bicycle Doctor, 105 N. Main St., Dousman, 414-8058326, dpf.kintera.org/movingforward.

10/3 11TH ANNUAL STYLE SHOW Benefits Sharon Lynne

Wilson Center for the Arts. The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts Style Show brings you a beautiful luncheon event paired with a runway fashion show, featuring clothing and accessories available at a variety of local stores. Business casual attire. 9:30 a.m., Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, 19805 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield, 262-373-5029, wilson-center.com.

10/4 Baskets of Hope Benefits Eisenhower Center, Inc. Our silent auction, hosted by B93.3’s Jane Matenaer, consists of 50 to 60 themed baskets filled with wonderful items including wine, various foods, gift certificates, electronics, art and much more. We have a restaurant raffle with gift certificates donated by area restaurants and also an Eisenhower Center raffle with a first prize of $500. Our live auction is emceed by Steve “The Homer”True and may include trips, jewelry, electronics, etc. 5:30 p.m. Business professional attire. Eisenhower Center, Inc., 4425 W. Woolworth Ave., 414-353-8480, eisenhowercenter.org. 10/4 Pinktacular Salute to Survivors Fashion Show & Luncheon Benefits Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc. Enjoy a reception with auction followed by a luncheon and heartwarming show featuring fashions modeled by breast cancer and prostate cancer survivors. Reservations required. 10:30 a.m. Business professional attire. $65/person. Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., 414-297-9152, breastcancershowhouse. org.

10/6 2012 BLACK TIE GALA

Benefits Ronald McDonald Charities Eastern Wisconsin. Once upon a time there was a ball that everyone in the kingdom wanted to attend, and the dinner, auction and dance was truly the highlight of the gala season. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 414-475-5085, rmhcmilwaukee. org.

10/6 AIDS WALK WISCONSIN Benefits AIDS Resource Center

of Wisconsin. Wisconsin’s largest HIV fundraiser! Walkers raise pledges and come together for a 5K walk along Lake Michigan. Funds raised benefit several organizations throughout the state that provide HIV care and treatment. Noon. Walking attire. Summerfest Grounds, 200 N. Harbor Dr., 800-348-9255, aidswalkwis.org.

10/6 Betty Brinn Children’s Museum 2012 Gala Benefits Betty Brinn

Children’s Museum. Including a silent auction, raffle, gourmet dinner, music and dancing, the Gala is the Museum’s most visible and important fundraiser. It provides critical funding for early learning and school readiness activities, and services that benefit nearly 200,000 children, adults and classroom educators each year. Time TBD. Blacktie optional attire. 929 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-390-5437, bbcmkids.org.

10/6 Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation Gala Benefits

Columbia St. Mary’s Breast Health Centers. Community members who care about creating a healthy community gather and enjoy fivestar cuisine, one-of-a-kind auction opportunities, lively entertainment and great company. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. $300/person. Location TBD. 414-2704900, supportcsm.org.

10/6 Sturgeon Fest 2012 Benefits Riveredge Nature

Center. Riveredge Nature Center, the Wisconsin DNR, volunteers, sponsors and donors will release the seventh batch of river water-imprinted sturgeons into the Milwaukee River. This free event will include children’s crafts, a live reptile and amphibian presentation, an arts-and-crafts fair and a special program that will be open to the public. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Casual attire. Thiensville Village Park, 250 E. Elm St., Thiensville, 262-275-2715, riveredge.us.

10/7 Bryon’s Run to Cure Paralysis Benefits

Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation. 5K run/walk/roll starting at Carroll University’s Schneider Stadium. Register online. 8 a.m. Active attire. $20/person, $25/at door, $60/family. 245 N. Barstow St., Waukesha, 262-3911533, brpf.org.

10/7 Fight For Air Walk

Benefits American Lung Association in Wisconsin. The Fight for Air Walk is a 5K (3.1-mile) walk to raise funds to help those who struggle to breathe. All are invited to spend a morning touring the beautiful Zoo grounds and interacting with the animals in support of the Lung Association’s outreach to people with lung disease. Registration is free, but fundraising is strongly requested. Those who raise $100 or more will receive a Fight for Air Walk T-shirt. 8 a.m. $100/suggested donation. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 262-703-4200, fightforairwalk.org.

10/10 Women for MACC Couture for a Cure 2012 Benefits MACC Fund. A must-see fashion show and luncheon will begin with a silent auction and raffle followed by the highly anticipated Boston Store Fashion Show. Time TBD.

Business casual attire. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., 414456-5830, womenformacc.org.

10/11 Fall into Fashion Luncheon & Style Show Benefits Lupus Foundation of America-Wisconsin Chapter. Silent auction, bag raffle, fabulous lunch and a speech by Dr. Ann Rosenthal about lupus research. Bruce Paul Goodman and A.J. Ugent Furs follow lunch with a glamorous fashion show. 11 a.m. Business professional attire. North Hills Country Club, N73 W13430 W. Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls, 414443-6400, lupuswi.org.

10/13 Skylight Night 2012 Gala Benefits Skylight Opera Theatre. Cocktails, silent auction and dinner to be followed by entertainment and dancing. 6 p.m. Black-tie creative attire. Location TBD, 414-299-4972.

10/13 - 10/14 Cedarburg Oktoberfest Benefits

Festivals of Cedarburg, Inc. A free, family-oriented festival under a huge tent in Cedar Creek Park. German music, dancing, food and beer. Live glockenspiel shows, outhouse racing, wife-carrying and beer bucket races and many more activities! 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sat. and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sun. Casual attire. Cedar Creek Park, N52 W5882 Portland Rd., Cedarburg, 888894-4001, cedarburgfestivals.com.

Fibrosis Foundation and honors the Foundation’s donors and volunteers. Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy a cocktail reception, a sit-down dinner, silent auction and touching evening program. Time TBD. Black-tie optional attire. $250/person, $2,500/ table. 400 Canal St., 262-798-2060, wisconsin.cff.org/breathoflife.

10/20 Fall Harvest Art and Craft Fair Benefits New

Berlin Junior Woman’s Club. This event features more than 110 regional artists and crafters along with exceptional home-baked goods and chili for sale. Additional food sales will be available for lunch, including walking tacos, ham sandwiches, hot dogs, pretzels and refreshments. 9 a.m. Casual attire. $2/ person. Ronald Reagan Elementary School, 4225 S. Calhoun Rd., New Berlin, newberlinjuniors.org.

10/20 Milwaukee Public Museum Annual Gala

Benefits Milwaukee Public Museum. The gala is a themed event featuring dinner, dancing and a silent auction, and it’s a wonderful way to support one of our city’s oldest and most beloved cultural institutions. 6 p.m. Black-tie creative attire. 800 W. Wells St., 414278-6983, mpm.edu.

10/25 Women Pioneers in Research Awards Luncheon Benefits Medical

10/18 Benjamin Franklin Awards Celebration

College of Wisconsin. A $10,000 research award is given to an established female scientist and the $1,000 Edward J. Lennon, M.D. award is given to an outstanding female postdoctoral researcher. Attendees will enjoy lunch with a physician or scientist at each table to offer personal perspective on the world of medical research. 11:45 a.m. Business casual attire. Medical College of Wisconsin, 8701 Watertown Plank Rd., 414-9554717, mcw.edu/womeninscience.

10/20 Book Sale Opening Day Benefits Adult Learning Center.

10/25 Zoo Brew Benefits 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. VIP tickets: $45/members, $50/nonmembers. Regular admission: $35/members, $40/nonmembers. 6 p.m. (VIP entry) and 7 p.m. Business casual attire. 10001 W. Blue Mound Rd., 414258-2333, zoosociety.org.

10/14 Panther Prowl 5K Run/Walk Benefits UWM

Alumni Association. The eighth annual run/walk will start on the UWM campus, wind through scenic Lake Park and end back on campus for a festive post-race party. 10 a.m. Active attire. $23/adult. 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd., 414-229-3291, pantherprowl.net.

Benefits Milwaukee Public Library Foundation. This elegant “Taste of Central Library” features a menu of literary-inspired delicacies. The Benjamin Franklin Awards Celebration is MPL Foundation’s premier event to support the library. 5 p.m. Business professional attire. Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-286-3784, mpl.org.

A reader’s paradise! Shop at one of the most comprehensive book sales the city has ever seen. High-quality volumes and many current titles all organized for easy browsing. Prices range from 50 cents to around $3. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Casual attire. Adult Learning Center, 1916 N. Fourth St., 414-263-5874, alcmilwaukee.org.

10/20 Breath of Life Gala Benefits Cystic Fibrosis

Foundation. The Breath of Life Gala is an exciting black-tie event that celebrates the success of the Cystic

10/25 - 10/26 Bloom & Doom Haunted Domes

Benefits Friends of the Domes. Gather your family for a safe, fun way to celebrate with an evening of goblins and treats! 6 p.m. Casual attire. $6/ person. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-2575600, milwaukeedomes.org.

10/28 Halloween at the Haunted Inn Benefits

Elmbrook Historical Society. Tour the Inn decorated for an 1860s

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haunted Halloween (family-friendly). Play historic games, make a craft, and enjoy snacks and beverages. Costumes encouraged, and each child receives a treat bag. 4-6:30 p.m. Costume attire. $5/person. Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum, 1075 Pilgrim Pkwy., Brookfield, 262-782-4057, elmbrookhistoricalsociety.org.

11/TBA 2012 HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE Benefits Junior League of

Milwaukee and its many community projects. Come one, come all to what many believe to be Milwaukee’s most renowned holiday shopping extravaganza. The Holiday Boutique features clothing, handbags, jewelry, gifts, accessories and oh so much more! Casual attire. Location TBD, 414-289-9242, jlmilw.org.

11/TBA DINING IN THE DARK

Benefits Vision Forward Association. Enhance your understanding of vision loss and the accomplishments of people who are blind and visually impaired while enjoying a four-course meal in complete darkness, under blindfold. 6 p.m. Cocktail attire. $250/person. Bacchus, 925 E. Wells St., 414-615-0128, vision-forward.org.

11/TBA Evening of Hope

Benefits Sojourner Family Peace Center. Join us for the 18th annual Evening of Hope and enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and food stations, an exciting live auction, wine pull, live music and more! 6 p.m. Cocktail attire. 1001 N. Fourth St., 414-276-1911, familypeacecenter.org.

11/TBA TOAST OF THE TOWN Benefits Epilepsy Foundation

of Southeast Wisconsin. Silent auction, live auction, dinner and entertainment. 5 p.m. $25 in advance, $30 at door. Team prices available. Veterans Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., 414-271-0110, epilepsyfoundationsew.org.

11/2 2012 UnGala Gala

Benefits American Diabetes Association-Wisconsin. Join the fight to stop diabetes while enjoying an evening of UnBelievable fun, entertainment and surprises at the 2012 UnGala Gala. 6:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. Pilot House, 500 N. Harbor Dr., 414-778-5500, diabeteswi.org.

11/3 2012 HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE & LUNCHEON

Benefits the Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin. Socialize and start your holiday shopping at the annual RMH Holiday Boutique & Luncheon. Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Rd., Waukesha, 414-475-5085, rmhcmilwaukee.org.

11/3 Annual Cedar Community Benefit Gala

Benefits Cedar Community Foundation. This marvelous evening features live music on two floors, savory hors d’oeurves, a festive punch and cash bar, a delectable sit-down dinner, dessert and coffee bar, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, wine pull and more. 6 p.m. Business

formal attire. Cedar Ridge Apartments, 113 Cedar Ridge Dr., West Bend, 262338-2824, cedarcommunity.org.

11/3 The Big Gala, a Celebration of Mentoring Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Join us for our largest fundraiser of the year and enjoy an elegant evening of tempting auctions, wine pull and a gourmet dinner. 6 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., 414-831-4580, bbbsmilwaukee.org.

11/3 Contemporary Art Society Benefit Art Auction Benefits Milwaukee Art

Museum’s Contemporary Art Society. The 12th annual Benefit Art Auction provides a unique opportunity to bid on numerous museum-quality works of art in a wide variety of media. Enjoy a fun evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent and live auctions, dinner and dancing. 6 p.m. Black-tie attire. $300/ person. 700 N. Art Museum Dr., 414224-3856, mam.org.

11/8 Bids for Kids Benefits

Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin. Bids for Kids is an annual dinner and raffle event with more than 300 guests raising money to benefit children and families served by Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin across the state. Time TBD. Location TBD, 414-2666320, chw.org/display/ppf/docid/33045/ nav/1/router.asp.

11/15 Climbing for a Cure Benefits Cystic Fibrosis

Foundation. A pledge-based event in which approximately 500 participants will meet at the US Bank Center, the tallest building in Milwaukee, to face the footrace of a lifetime: 47 floors, 94 flights, 1,034 steps – straight up! Post-climb reception with food, drinks, entertainment and awards. Participants include (but are not limited to) corporate teams, local fire and police departments, and fitness fanatics. 5:30 p.m. Active attire. US Bank Center, 777 E. Wisconsin Ave., 262-798-2060, wisconsin.cff.org/climb.

11/16 Fashion Show & Dinner Benefits The Women’s

Center. In 2011, Friends of The Rep and local clothiers worked together to bring to the stage fashions from today and yesterday. We will be bringing surprises to the stage in 2012! 6:30 p.m. Cocktail attire. $75/person. Location TBD, 262547-4600, twcwaukesha.org.

11/16 Woodland Pattern November Anniversary Celebration Benefits

Woodland Pattern Book Center. Details of 2012 Celebration are TBA, but are sure to include an exciting cross section of talent from Milwaukee and across the nation. 5:30 p.m. Business casual attire. Location TBD, 414-263-5001, woodlandpattern.org.

11/16 - 11/18 2012 Holiday Folk Fair International

Benefits International Institute of Wisconsin. This three-day event features traditional food, music and dance, interactive exhibits, 5K race, Naturalization Ceremony and much more to celebrate the cultural heritage of the people of southeastern Wisconsin. 3-10 p.m. on Fri., 10 a.m.-10 p.m. on Sat. and 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sun. Casual attire. $12/adult, $10/child. Wisconsin Expo Center, 640 S. 84th St., West Allis, 414-225-6220, folkfair.org.

11/17 CELTIC BOUTIQUE

Benefits Milwaukee Irish Fest. 11th Annual Celtic Christmas Boutique. Many artisans, crafters and Irish retail shops will grace the historic Irish Fest Center. 9 a.m. Casual attire. Admission is free! Irish Fest Center, 1532 Wauwatosa Ave., 414-476-3378, irishfest.com.

11/27 Elmbrook Education Foundation Ladies Night Benefits Elmbrook Students and Schools. Guests enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, delicious hors d’oeuvres and a scrumptious dessert bar. Find unique gifts on the raffle/auction/mystery tables, have the precious metal buyer provide an estimate on unwanted gold/silver/ silver-plated items, or bid on a group night out on the town. 7 p.m. Cocktail attire. Westmoor Country Club, 400 S. Moorland Rd., Waukesha, elmbrookeducationfoundation.com.

11/29 - 12/1 Holiday Cookie/Bake Sale Benefits

Portal, inc. Homemade goodies ready for your holiday table will be available for sale at this three-day event, including assorted holiday cookies, candies, breads, snack mixes, etc. Noon-5 p.m. on Thurs., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Fri. and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sat. Cedarburg Senior Center, W63 N643 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, 262-377-4410, portalinc.org.

11/30 YMCA’s YOUNG LEADERS ACADEMY 10TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Benefits the YMCA Young

Leaders Academy. Join the Y as we reflect on 10 years of achievement, celebrate our founders, applaud current students and alumni, and look ahead to a bright future. Time TBD. YMCA Young Leaders Academy, 1350 W. North Ave., 414-224-9622, ymcamke.org.

12/TBA JOLLY HOLLY FOLLY

Benefits AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. Enjoy a tasting of food from more than 25 of Milwaukee’s best restaurants, host bar and a private performance by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater. Proceeds benefit the ARCW Medical Center. 5 p.m. Business casual attire. Call for ticket information. InterContinental Milwaukee, 139 E. Kilbourn Ave., 414-225-1598, arcw.org.

12/TBA MILWAUKEE FESTIVAL BRASS TOYS FOR TOTS CONCERT Benefits Toys

for Tots. The Milwaukee Festival Brass presents a Christmas concert benefiting the Toys for Tots. 3 p.m. Casual attire. Schwan Concert Hall, Wisconsin Lutheran College, 8815 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-423-9760, mfbrass.org.

12/1 Goldens Holiday House Benefits Wisconsin Adopt

A Golden Retriever (WAAGR). Enjoy beautiful holiday decorations, a bake sale and silent auction. More than 20 decorated trees will be on display for attendees to enjoy. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Casual attire. $5/person. WAAGR Member’s Home, N61 W12851 Hemlock Ct., Menomonee Falls, 414-517-7725, waagr.org.

12/1 Waukesha Service Club Charity Ball 2012

Benefits Waukesha Service Club/ Waukesha Community. A lovely evening organized to raise funds to continue the mission of the Waukesha Service Club to benefit those is need in the Waukesha County community. 6:30 p.m. Black-tie optional attire. Location TBD, 414-688-0014.

12/1 - 12/2 Christmas at the Inn Benefits Elmbrook

Historical Society. Tour the Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum decorated for an 1860s Christmas! Learn about holiday traditions from other parts of the world, sample soups and muffins, make a holiday craft, shop our bake sale, bid on silent auction baskets and more. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sat. and noon-4 p.m. on Sun. Casual attire. $5/person. Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum, 1075 Pilgrim Pkwy., Brookfield, 262782-4057, elmbrookhistoricalsociety.org.

12/2 Gifts Under Glass

Benefits Friends of the Domes. Get a head start on shopping for the holidays with a unique collection of gift offerings from local artists and artisans, featuring glassware, jewelry, art and metalwork. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Casual attire. $6.50/adult, $5/child. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-257-5600, milwaukeedomes.org.

12/9 Alternative Christmas Market

Benefits Mission Agencies of Immanuel Presbyterian Church. An alternative to the consumer-driven shopping season, purchase gifts in the names of friends and family that will benefit those in need in Milwaukee and throughout the world. 11 a.m. Casual attire. Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 1100 N. Astor St., 414-276-4757, immanuelwi.org.

12/31 New Year’s Eve Family Celebration

Benefits Friends of the Domes. A Domes tradition! Ring in the New Year with your family and friends with music, magic, food and party favors. See the amazing LED Light Shows and the Holly Jolly Holiday Poinsettia Show. 6 p.m. Casual attire. $12/adult, $5/child. 524 S. Layton Blvd., 414-257-5600, milwaukeedomes.org. n

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ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis Date With a Plate

ACLU of Wisconsin Foundation Bill of Rights Celebration

Adult Learning Center Book Sale Opening Day

African American Children’s Theatre

AACT Presents: Keep the Dream Alive & The Musicians

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

AIDS Walk Wisconsin Jolly Holly Folly Make a Promise

Alliance of Wisconsin Animal Rehoming Efforts Great Lakes Pet Expo

Alliance on Mental Illness of Racine County NAMI Racine Bike ’n Hike

ALS Association - Wisconsin Chapter Evening of Hope

Alzheimer’s Association

Alzheimer’s Association Mardi Gras Gala

America SCORES Milwaukee 2012 SCORES CUP

American Association of University Women Fashion for Passion

American Diabetes Association - Southeast Wisconsin Tour de Cure

American Diabetes Association - Wisconsin 2012 UnGala Gala

American Heart Association

2012 Go Red for Women Luncheon 2012 Milwaukee Heart Walk 2012 Washington County Heart Walk 34th Annual Milwaukee Heart Ball Milwaukee Red Dress Dash Waukesha Red Dress Dash

5/11

17

Bowl for Kids’ Sake The Big Gala, a Celebration of Mentoring

3/17

10

Daylily Sale

10/20 37

3/9

10

Boerner Botanical Gardens and other public gardens Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee MVP Salute to Youth Dinner and Celebration

Breast Cancer Research in Wisconsin Ridin’ to a Cure

Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation

13th Annual Golf Outing, Dinner and Auction BRPF Team Challenge Bryon’s Run to Cure Paralysis Sauk Vegas Casino Night

9/21 36

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6/4 10/TBA 10/7 3/3

23 36 37 5

4/1

11

6/9

23

9/9

33

Cardiovascular Research at The Medical College of Wisconsin

Lumberjack Brunch

“Have a Heart” Motorcycle Ride

3/24 10

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

2/21 5

Cedar Community Foundation

4/21 11

Cedarburg Cultural Center

● 4/21 11

6/16 28

11/2

40

5/18 9/30 5/12 2/11 2/2 2/2

22 36 17 4 3 3

Raisin’ O’ The Green

Annual Cedar Community Benefit Gala 18th Annual Irish Eve 43rd Annual Tour of Architectural Treasures Antique Appraisal Day

Center for Communication, Hearing & Deafness 85th Anniversary Gardens Luncheon Corks & Kegs

Charles E. Kubly Foundation Beyond the Blues

4/5

11

“A Passion for Fashion” Fashion Show & Luncheon Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation Gala

Classy ARCh Affair

5/4

17

Doerr Tradition of Caring Award Reception

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2/17 4 8/18 32 5/12 22

6/11

● ●

3/31 10 9/9 33

ARCh (Association for the Rights of Citizens with handicaps)

Association of Women in the Metal Industries - Wisconsin Chapter

23

Children’s Hospital and Health System

Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk for Children’s Hospital Children’s Hospital Tee-Up Fore Kids Dave & Carole’s Miracle Marathon

Bids for Kids

Oscar Night America Gala

Columbia St. Mary’s Breast Health Centers Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee Community Benefit Programs Columbia St. Mary’s Regional Burn Center and Wisconsin Alliance for Fire Safety Programs Burn Center Golf Invitational

CommonGround Ministry/Elena’s House Refashion for Life

Community Advocates & Milwaukee Women’s Center Spring Fling Celebration of Hope

Community Memorial Foundation

3/17

10

14th Annual Golf Classic Spring Splendor Wheeling for Healing

1/26 3

Champions for Change

9/TBA 4/21 5/19 5/20

10/6 37 2/10 4

8/13 1/27 2/10 2/24 3/3 3/3 3/23 4/14 4/19 4/27

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● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

33 11 22 22

32 3 4 5 5 5 10 11 11 16

Community Shares of Greater Milwaukee COPE Hotline

COPE From the Heart

CORE/El Centro

7th Annual “Whole in One” Golf Outing in Memory of Carm Gianforte CORE Momentum

Council for the Spanish Speaking Children’s Day/ El Dia de los Ninos

Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

2012 Pyramax Bank Four-Ball Golf Challenge Breath of Life Gala Brew Madness Climbing for a Cure Great Strides Milwaukee Milwaukee’s Finest The Milwaukee Wine Opener

23

3/11

10

11/3

40

3/10 10 8/4 32 3/17 10

5/10 17 7/26 32

9/15 33

9/15 33 9/10 33 5/24 22

2/23 5

11/8

2/26 5

4/24 16 10/6 37

6/7

8/27 33

● 9/26 36

5/3

● ●

6/19 28 4/28 16 8/11 32

8/16 32

2/7

8/6 32 4/26 16

4/28

16

6/24

28

7/23 10/20 9/28 11/15 5/2 4/19 2/24

29 37 36 40 17 11 5

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin & Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin Reason 4 Romance

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Big Brothers Big Sisters NFL Alumni Golf Classic Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake Bowl for Kids’ Sake

5/TBA 17

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee

Brave Hearts: Heroes Among Us

Betty Brinn Children’s Museum 2012 Gala Little Sweetheart Dance

Camp Whitcomb/Mason

COA Youth & Family Centers

Betty Brinn Children’s Museum

3

3/17 10 10/7 37 5/5 17

2012 Leadership Breakfast Best Buddies Wisconsin Friendship Walk - Downtown Milwaukee Best Buddies Wisconsin Friendship Walk - Lake Country Best Buddies Wisconsin Friendship Walk - North Shore

2/4

Best Buddies Wisconsin

Friends of the Benedict Center Luncheon

Benedict Center

6/2

An Emerald Evening - Bel Canto Chorus Annual Gala

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Bel Canto Chorus

Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin

Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin Gala Dylan’s Run for Autism

4/15 11

Autism Society of Southeastern WI

AWMI Golf Outing

10/6 37 12/TBA 40 4/28 16

International Wine Tasting Run/Walk to Irish Fest Southeastern Wisconsin Arthritis Walk

Arthritis Foundation

5/18 22 11/3 40

American Red Cross

Fight for Air Climb Fight for Air Walk O2 Oxygen Ball

American Lung Association in Wisconsin

Flavors of Wisconsin

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American Liver Foundation

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17

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Danceworks, Inc.

Danceworks Mad Hot Celebration

Discovery World

Discovery World Gala 2012

Dominican High School

29th Annual Bill Crowley Scholarship Golf Outing 32nd Annual Dominican High School Auction

DSHA High School

Uncorked: An Evening in Tuscany

Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin Walk With Me Milwaukee 2012

Eisenhower Center, Inc. Baskets of Hope

Elm grove junior guild Wines, Vines & Good Times

Elm Grove Public Library

Elm Grove Library Used Book Sale

Elmbrook Education Foundation

Elmbrook Education Foundation Winter Social

Elmbrook Historical Society Christmas at the Inn Civil War Encampment Halloween at the Haunted Inn

Elmbrook Humane Society Wagfest Wine and Whiskers

Elmbrook Students and Schools

Elmbrook Education Foundation Ladies Night

Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Wisconsin

12th Annual Walk/Run for Seizure & Epilepsy Awareness Toast of the Town

Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin

6/14 23

7/28 32

8/20 32 3/31 10 3/3

5

Happy Endings No Kill Cat Shelter 3rd Annual Glow Golf Fundraiser

Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center KidShare 2012

Hometown Heroes and Dozens of Milwaukee Charities Grand Slam Charity Jam

House of Blue Hope Foundation Strides for Kids Charity Walk

Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County

6/15

10/4 37

Fashionable HAWS Event HAWS Annual Pet Walkathon HAWS Pet Fair Oom Pa Paws

4/28 16

Milwaukee Festival Brass Concert

3/1

5

IndependenceFirst Power Dinner Stride & Glide for IndependenceFirst

3/3

5

Interfaith Older Adult Programs

28

12/1 40 5/5 17 10/28 37

Hunger Task Force IndependenceFirst

Pearls of Wisdom Benefit Dinner

International Institute of Wisconsin 2012 Holiday Folk Fair International

JDRF Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter 16th Annual JDRF Gala JDRF Golf Classic JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes Ride to Cure Diabetes: La Crosse Walk to Cure Diabetes: Sheboygan County

9/8 33 2/18 5

11/27 40

6/24 28 11/TBA 40

The Milwaukee Masterpiece

Jewish Family Services, Inc. John J. Ward Irish Music Archives Green Tie Event “From the Vault”

9/22 36

5/10 17

3/10 10

6/16 28

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● 9/28 36

5/5 17 8/18 32 1/28 3

3/25 10

4/19 11

M

11/16

40

M

3/10 6/11 9/15 8/16 9/22

10 23 36 32 36

M

● ● ●

8/25 33

A

3/3

4/21 16 7/16 29

8/6 2/16 4/20 1/2 4/19

37 28 36 4

JA Free Enterprise Invitational Junior Achievement Business Challenge Legends Breakfast VIP JA Bowl-A-Thon Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame

● ●

● ●

2/11 6/9

4 23

2012 Holiday Boutique Grand Garage Sale

6/15 28

Kathy’s House

4/28 16

La Causa

Bloom & Doom Haunted Domes Friends of the Domes Spring Bulb & Plant Sale Gifts Under Glass Mitchell Park Domes Art Festival New Year’s Eve Family Celebration Restaurants Under Glass Valentines Hearts & Flowers

10/25 6/2 12/2 8/17 12/31 1/27 2/14

Lac Lawrann Conservancy Nature Program

Moving Forward Ride/Walk for Parkinson’s Disease

10/TBA 36

Challenger Golf Outing and Fundraiser

5/4

Fall Into Fashion Luncheon & Style Show Strides for Lupus Walk

3/24 10

2/2

3

3/2

5

● 9/20 36

Hope for Haiti

Friends of the Domes

Froedtert & The Medical College Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Program Gathering on the Green Preview Party

German Immersion Foundation Silent Auction & Fundraiser

Germantown Community Scholarship Fund

Germantown Community Scholarship Fund Auction & Dinner

Gift of Adoption Wisconsin Chapter Trivia Night for Gift of Adoption

Gilda’s Club

Gilda’s Club Fashion “Show of Support”

Gilda’s Club of Southeastern WI and Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center Laugh It Up Milwaukee: Featuring SNL’s Seth Meyers

Grand Avenue Club, Inc. Grand Event 2012

Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation

Mad Hatter’s Reception: Through Our Looking Glass

Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University Friends of the Haggerty Fall Gala

37 23 40 32 40 3 4

17

18th Annual Celebrity Waiters Dinner and Auction Event Conservancy Flower Sale

Latino Arts, Inc.

Latino Arts’ Noche de Gala

Laura’s Smile Foundation Laura’s Smile Mile

Life Navigators

Lupus Foundation of America - Wisconsin Chapter Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin Corvette Cruze Kruz for Kinder

Lutheran Home Foundation Monarch Ball

Lutheran Special School and Education Services 2nd Annual Krankin’ for Kids Bike Ride 23rd Annual Play-A-Round for Special Kids

MACC Fund

1/21

3

6/14 23

3/30

9/15 36

10

Women for MACC Couture for a Cure 2012 Women for MACC Cute Kids Calendar Contest 2012 Women for MACC Pasta Fest 2012 Women for MACC Shoot for a Cure 2012

Marquette University High School Topper Auction

Master Singers of Milwaukee, Inc. Winter Frolic 10th Annual Fundraiser

5

32 4 11 3 11

M

T

S

A

B L

M

C

M

M

C

M

M S

M

M

11/TBA 40 4/27 16

5/5

17

4/20

11

5/11

17

9/22 36

6/2

23

9/24

36

● 10/11 37

6/9

23

M

● ●

7/7 6/2

29 23

M

9/8

33

M

9/7 33 5/14 22

M

● 10/10 37

H

2/1 3 3/4 10 8/25 33

3/31 11

2/24 5

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10/13 6/23 9/15 2/4

Friends for Health in Haiti

M

Rainbow of Faith

M T

Pasta & Puccini

M

Florentine Opera Company

4

Junior League of Milwaukee

M

First Stage Children’s Theater

J

5/23 22 3/3 5

18th Annual Make Believe Ball First Stage’s 25th Anniversary Gala

M

Journey House, Inc.

Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc.

S

4/21 11 6/6 23 9/22 36

Cedarburg Oktoberfest Cedarburg Strawberry Festival Cedarburg Wine & Harvest Festival Cedarburg Winter Festival

M

Festivals of Cedarburg, Inc.

S W W W W

Journey House Gala & Auction Journey House Golf Outing

M

Page

Carroll University Day of Service Food Drive Grateful Plate 2012 Miles for Meals 2012

Start Date

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

Page

Start Date

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

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M

L S

M

C

M

C

M

E

M

1 B H

M

B

M

F M

M

M M

2

M M

1

2

M

M

A

M

2

M

1


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3/2 6/14 9/20 5/16 10/25

5 23 36 22 37

6/16 28

7/22

1/28 3

● ●

5/20 22 1/28 3

5/11

17

3/11

10

Medical College of Wisconsin - Leukemia Research, HOOT Fund Sam Memorial Golf Outing

Medical College of Wisconsin - Ovarian Cancer Research John Krampf Memorial Golf Outing

Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center

4th Annual Strikes for Hope Charity Bowling Tournament

Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation

Mequon-Thiensville Community 5K Run/Walk & Kids 100m Dash Tartan Ball 2012

Meta House

A Day for Meta House

Midwest Council for Children with Disabilities Top Chef Elkhart Lake

Milwaukee Animal Rescue Center Spayghetti & No Balls Bash!

Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club Art in Bloom

Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art

Bal du Lac Lakefront Festival of Arts

Milwaukee Art Museum’s Contemporary Art Society Contemporary Art Society Benefit Art Auction

Milwaukee Ballet

Apocalypto: The Ball 2012

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre Cheers to Chamber!

Milwaukee Children’s Choir

Milwaukee Children’s Choir Inaugural Board Tasting Event Sing-a-Thon

Milwaukee Choral Artists Milwaukee Choral Artists’ Gala

Milwaukee Community Sailing Center

Lobster Boil Sailor’s Ball

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design Creative Fusion

Milwaukee Irish Fest Celtic Boutique

Milwaukee Montessori School Evening Gala

Milwaukee Public Library

10-Cent Book Sale Bay View Library Book Sale Hobby & Cookbook Sale

Milwaukee Public Library Foundation Benjamin Franklin Awards Celebration

Milwaukee Public Museum

Food & Froth Milwaukee Public Museum Annual Gala

Milwaukee Rescue Mission

Milwaukee Rescue Mission Banquet Milwaukee Rescue Mission Golf Outing

Milwaukee River System 2012 Spring River Cleanup

Milwaukee School of Engineering Scholarships

MSOE President’s Golf Outing MSOE Regents’ Golf Outing

Milwaukee Tennis & Education Foundation 14th Annual MTEF Tennis Ball Dinner & Auction

Milwaukee Urban League

27th Annual Black & White Ball

Milwaukee Wave of Hope Hope Floats

Mission Agencies of Immanuel Presbyterian Church Alternative Christmas Market

Mount Mary College Alumnae Association 2012 Starving Artists’ Show

Muscular Dystrophy Association 19th Annual Black-N-Blue Ball

Museum of Wisconsin Art

An Evening of Wine and Roses

NAMI Greater Milwaukee

NAMI Walks for the Mind of America

National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin

2/11

4

5/19 22

1/28 3

8/4 9/21 1/26 6/27 4/22 4/29 4/28 4/29 5/5 4/29 4/28 4/28 5/6 5/6 4/29 4/28

32 36 3 28 16 16 16 16 17 16 16 16 17 17 17 16 10 37 29 16

Spotlight on Life Gala

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4/27 16

Bike MS: Best Dam Bike Ride Challenge Walk MS MS Snowmobile Tour On the Move Luncheon Walk MS - Brown County Walk MS - Eau Claire/Chippewa Valley Walk MS - Fond du Lac Walk MS - Fox Cities Walk MS - Grafton Walk MS - Kenosha/Racine Walk MS - La Crosse Walk MS - Menomonee Falls Walk MS - Milwaukee Walk MS - Sheboygan Walk MS - Waukesha Walk MS - Wausau

3/29

New Berlin Junior Woman’s Club

4/28 16 6/15 28

11/3

40

2/25

5

6/1

29

10

22

National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Wisconsin Chapter

Community Egg Hunt & Pancake Breakfast With the Bunny Fall Harvest Art and Craft Fair National Dash Spring Plant Sale

Nicolet High School Knight on the Town

Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, Inc. Inspire by Example Volunteer Celebration

Old World Wisconsin Foundation Midsummer Magic

Optimist Theatre / Shakespeare in the Park

3/29 10 2/11 4

9/28 36

8/31 33 3/3 5

Antique Tractor and Machinery Show Bluegrass at the Village Flag Day Program & Celebration Ozaukee County Pioneer Village Free Admission Weekend Revolutionary War Re-enactment & Encampment

5/5

17

Spring Brunch

11/17

40

4/21 11

9/15 33 7/14 29 2/4 3

10/18 37

2/18 4 10/20 37

Pug Hugs Inc.

5/3 17 9/17 36

Real Heroes

4/21 11

Riveredge Nature Center

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6/11 23 8/27 33

9/22 36

Rockley Family Foundation

6/16 28

Rogers Memorial Hospital

2/11

12/9 40

Page

Start Date

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Page

Medical College of Wisconsin

Survivors Night Women in Science Luncheon Women in Science Luncheon Women in Science Luncheon Women Pioneers in Research Awards Luncheon

Start Date

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

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Something Wicked This Way Comes

Ozaukee County Historical Society

Ozaukee Family Services PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc. Women Inspired to Lead

Penfield Children’s Center 17th Annual Croquet Ball

Portal, inc.

Fish Day Run/Walk Holiday Cookie/Bake Sale Mother’s Day Plant Sale

Priests of the Sacred Heart Easter Concert Feast of the Sacred Heart Milwaukee Pug Fest

Red Cross programs and services RedLine Milwaukee, Inc.

Fusion Fashion Show Featuring Repurposed Runway Birdies at the Bog Golf Outing Sturgeon Fest 2012

Riverworks Development Corporation

Riverworks 5th Annual Golf Outing & Pig Roast Musical Instrument Sale

8th Annual Women’s Gathering 17th Annual Golf Outing

Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin

9/9

33

26th Anniversary Chef’s Dinner 29th Annual RMH Golf Classic 2012 Holiday Boutique & Luncheon Black Tie Gala

5/4

17

Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin and the Summerfest Foundation 2nd Annual Summerfest Rock ’n Sole Run

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3/31 10/20 7/4 4/28

3/31 11

4/12 11

6/23 28

2/4

4

7/21 8/12 6/10 6/16 9/1

29 32 23 28 33

4/25 16

3/1

5

9/8

33

7/21 29 11/29 40 5/12 17

4/15 11 6/15 28

5/20 22

6/27

● 9/21 36

6/11 23 10/6 37

6/15 28

5/25 22

5/22 22 7/16 29

2/27 7/23 11/3 10/6

5 29 40 37

6/23

28

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Schlitz Audubon Nature Center Annual Gala

Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts 11th Annual Style Show The Big Event Wilson Center Golf and Tennis Classic

Skylight Opera Theatre Skylight Night 2012 Gala Wine and Food Tasting

Sojourner Family Peace Center

Awear Fashion Show Brewers Tailgate to End Domestic Violence Evening of Hope

South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center 2012 Mystery Dinner Theatre Fundraiser

Special Olympics Wisconsin

Milwaukee Polar Plunge Over the Edge

Spina Bifida Association of Wisconsin 19th Annual Sprint for Spina Bifida Danny’s 8th Annual Golf Outing

St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care Stu’s Golf Outing

St. Francis Borgia School

St. Francis Borgia School Auction From the Heart

St. Francis Children’s Center Wine, Beer & Chocolate Tasting

Star of Hope Foundation

Wine Maniac’s Maniac Golf Classic

Susan G. Komen of Southeast Wisconsin and Affiliates Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Ten Chimneys

Concluding Presentation of the Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship Program

The Caring Place, Inc.

A Run for the Roses Pre-Derby Fundraiser

The Gathering of Southeast WI, Inc. The Gathering 2012 Golf Classic

The Healing Center Bay View Fox Run

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Light The Night Walk Man & Woman of the Year Gala Milwaukee Oyster Roast Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour

The Parenting Network

24th Annual Pro-Am Golf Classic

The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County Coats for Kids Feed the Kids

The Women’s Center Anniversary Luncheon Fashion Show & Dinner Summer Evening

Timber-lee

Timber-lee’s Annual Golf Invitational

Toys for Tots

Milwaukee Festival Brass Toys for Tots Concert

TYME OUT Youth Ministry and Retreat Center SpringTYME

United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin Joe’s Run, Walk & Roll Taste of Milwaukee The Charlie Kapp Charity Golf Challenge

United Community Center

UCC’s 42nd Anniversary Dinner

United Performing Arts Fund

UPAF’s Ride for the Arts, Sponsored by Miller Lite

United Way in Waukesha County

Born Learning Trail Launch Campaign Kickoff Champions in Giving Volunteer Recognition & Celebration Award Ceremony

Urban Ecology Center

Summer Solstice Soiree and Auction

UW-Extension/SEWMG education programs Master Gardener Perennial Plant Sale

● 10/3

6/2 6/18

37 22 28

10/13 37 5/12 22

UWM Alumni Association Panther Prowl 5K Run/Walk

Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation

Lombardi Walk/Run for Cancer Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence Dinner Ball Vince Lombardi Golf Classic

Vision Forward Association

● 3/29 10

7/TBA 29 11/TBA 40

2/24

5

Volunteers of America of Wisconsin

3/3 9/14

5 33

Walkers Point Youth and Family Center

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8/11 6/7

7/28 32

2/18 4

3/23 10

7/30 32

9/TBA 33

7/TBA

32 23

29

VMP Foundation

A Grand Day with the Brewers/Thriller at Miller VI

VMP Foundation’s Senior Solutions Fund 12th Annual Golf Invitational

The Geneva B. Johnson Leadership Awards Luncheon Planting Seeds of Hope

Waukesha Service Club/Waukesha Community Waukesha Service Club Charity Ball 2012

Wave Camp Scholarships/Making Waves Program Wave of Hope Golf Outing

West Bend Sunrise Rotary Foundation Kettle Moraine Jazz Festival

WGIrls

3rd Annual Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction

Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever (WAAGR) Goldens Holiday House Society Sundays at Pizzeria Piccola Society Sundays at Pizzeria Piccola WAAGR’s Annual Golf Outing

Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, Inc.

2012 Showhouse for a Cure Public Tours Pinktacular Salute to Survivors Fashion Show & Luncheon Pink Tie Gala Showhouse for a Cure “15 Years of Hope” Gala Showhouse for a Cure Designer Day Tee Up for a Cure Golf Outing

5/4

6/25 28

6/1

22

Wisconsin Humane Society

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9/13 5/11 4/21 7/21

33 17 16 29

Wisconsin Lutheran College Athletics

17

Dining in the Dark Feast for the Senses

Paws & Claws Gala

Gary’s Gallop Run and Walk

Wisconsin Lutheran High School

The Big Friday Night Auction Explores the Streets of Old Milwaukee

Wisconsin Lutheran High School Athletic Department

6/22 28

9/TBA 33 6/TBA 22

4/27 16

Wisconsin Parkinson Association

● 11/16 40

7/21

Woodland Pattern Book Center

7/20 29

Woodland Pattern November Anniversary Celebration Woodland Pattern’s Annual Poetry Marathon

12/TBA 40

Woodland Pattern’s 4th Annual Music Marathon

5/4

9/25 3/8 6/11

29

17 36 10 23

Friends of Wisco Charity Golf Outing

Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance Comedy for a Cause Nancy’s Run, Rock N Stroll

WPA’s Afternoon Tea & Fashion Show

Woodland Pattern Book Center - Alternating Currents Live YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee

YMCA’s 15th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast

YWCA of Greater Milwaukee Circle of Women Luncheon

YMCA Young Leaders Academy

YMCA’s Young Leaders Academy 10th Anniversary Celebration

4/27 16

Zonta Foundation, Inc.

6/3

23

Zoological Society of Milwaukee

6/21 9/12 8/9 4/17

28 33 32 11

6/23 28

5/19 22

Passport to Fashion Fundraiser 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 Zoo Brew Zootastic

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Start Date

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

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10/14 37

6/9 23 3/3 10 6/15 28

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11/TBA 40 5/5 17

7/28 32

6/4

23

5/4

17

6/7

23

12/1

40

5/22 22

9/7

33

5/17

22

12/1 2/12 7/29 8/18

40 4 32 32

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6/2

23

1/28 6/1 6/10 7/23

3 22 23 32

9/22 36

4/14 11

3/30 10

6/18 28

3/1 5 9/15 36

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11/16 40 1/28 3

8/18 32

1/16

3

4/2

11

11/30

40

● 4/21 16

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8/25 2/25 7/23 1/26 9/16 8/8 2/2 6/23 10/25 4/20

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