Guests were invited for a revealing of Milwaukee’s newest independent arts hotel. Saint Kate will be a new venue for artists throughout the Midwest to showcase their creativity in visual and performing arts, music, dancing and more. More than 400 artists heard first-hand about opportunities to be a part of the Saint Kate experience.
Photos by Erol Reyal
Past Basket welcomed guests for its two-day trunk show, featuring demonstrations by self-taught birch bark calligrapher and pyrographic artist Devon Di Iorio. The event offered unique gift ideas and special order requests.
Photos by Erol Reyal
EVENT: The Cedarburg Education Foundation hosted its annual fundraiser, CEFBash in the Burg, at the Cedarburg Cultural Center.
CAUSE: CEF supports Cedarburg School District students by awarding grants for innovative curriculum and technology.
EVENT: Mukwonago Food Pantry hosted its ninth annual Casino Night at the St. James Activity Center.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised benefited the Mukwonago Food Pantry’s mission to provide food and support to individuals and their families and to facilitate their development.
PROCEEDS: $9,950 was raised through sponsors, ticket sales, raffle baskets and donations.
EVENT: The Service Club of Milwaukee hosted its Charity Ball at the Wisconsin Center.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised at the event benefited the organization’s mission to help school girls develop a lifelong commitment and enthusiasm to community service and fundraising by introducing them to meaningful volunteer opportunities and experiences in the greater Milwaukee area.
PROCEEDS: Sponsorships and ad sales garnered $54,000.
EVENT: Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County hosted its Support Our Seniors: Celebrating 25 Years of Service in Ozaukee County event at the North Shore Country Club.
CAUSE: The event benefited the organization in its mission to support seniors, including those with limited mobility, and their commitment to them.
PROCEEDS: Sponsorships, donations and raffles garnered more than $20,000.
EVENT: The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center (JJC) hosted Laugh It Up Milwaukee featuring Seth Meyers at The Pabst Theater.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised through sponsorships and ticket sales benefited the JCC and this year’s co-beneficiary, Running Rebels, a local organization dedicated to preventing involvement in gangs, drugs, violence and the juvenile justice system through coaching and mentoring.