Plankinton Arcade Building
You’re invited to join NEWaukee’s community dinner in the Plankinton Arcade Building – our table will be set for all guests interested in discussion about improving the quality of life in our community.
NEWaukee is excited to announce that, for the third year, it will be a mega-table host for the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s On the Table community conversations. On the Table will elevate civic conversation, foster new relationships and inspire action for the benefit of greater Milwaukee.
You are invited to join NEWaukee’s community dinner in the the Plankinton Arcade Building located directly across from the TJMaxx. Our table will be set for any and all guests interested in individual and collective discussion about improving the quality of life in our community. This is your chance to break bread with friends both new and old while building relationships and generating ideas that move our community forward.
Complimentary snacks, beer and wine will be available while they last.
Founder, Diverse Dining
Development Manager, Bridge the City
Downtown Environment Specialist, Milwaukee Downtown BID #21
Sr. Community Relations Coordinator, Advocate Aurora Health
Executive Director, Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC)
Political Director, Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC)
Program Director, Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC)
Candidate for Milwaukee Alderperson 11th District
Tour & Membership Coordinator, Historic Milwaukee Inc.
There are many aspects of culture – shared language, norms, beliefs, traditions and customs. Regardless of the culture, successful interactions across cultures are built on trust, understanding, respect and the ability to communicate effectively.
Our objectives are that you meet new people, engage in meaningful conversation and that your ideas, actions and relationships extend far beyond the event.
Subtopics at tables will include:
6:00-6:20pm – Appetizers and Networking Activity
6:20-6:30pm – Introductions by Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Emerald Mills of Diverse Dining and NEWaukee
6:30-7:30pm – Table Talks
7:30-8:00pm – Discussion Summary and Call to Action
Don’t want to pay for ridesharing or parking downtown? Take Milwaukee County Transit System! They have a number of routes from all over the county that will bring you directly downtown. Check out these routes’ schedules here: https://www.ridemcts.com/routes-schedules
Rides are just $2 each with an M-Card or the RideMCTS app (includes 90-minutes of free transfers. Cash fare is $2.25 and no free transfer). Visit https://www.ridemcts.com/fares-passes for info on fares. Plan your trip, buy a ticket and track your bus in Real-Time using the Ride MCTS app, which is free to download on Apple or Android devices.