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5311 S. Howell Ave., Milwaukee, WI, US, 53207

  • Phone: (414) 481-2400
  • Fax: (414) 481-4471
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Local Events

»The Body, The Self

April 27, 2015 10:00 AM

530 North 13th Street
Milwaukee, WI

»Event Notification Sign-up

April 27, 2015 5:00 AM

The Eventbrite/USO page is for all Active Duty Military, their families and Veterans.  It is provided to promote morale boosting programs within the state of Wisconsin.   After you register you will receive an email from us each time an event is posted by the USO of Wisconsin.

750 North Lincoln Memorial Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202

»Event Notification Sign-up

April 27, 2015 9:00 PM

The Eventbrite/USO page is for all Active Duty Military, their families and Veterans.  It is provided to promote morale boosting programs within the state of Wisconsin.   After you register you will receive an email from us each time an event is posted by the USO of Wisconsin.

750 North Lincoln Memorial Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202

»A Play About Parker Staged Reading

April 27, 2015 7:30 PM

1500 South 73rd Street
West Allis, WI 53214

»Constant State Of Panic

April 27, 2015 8:00 PM

221 North Genesee Street
Waukegan, IL 60085

»Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years Of Ebony Fashion Fair

April 28, 2015 10:00 AM

700 North Art Museum Drive
Milwaukee, WI

»Itzhak Perlman

April 28, 2015 7:30 PM

Born in Tel Aviv, Itzhak Perlman became interested in the violin and classical music at a very young age. In an effort to continue cultivating his talents, he eventually moved to New York City to attend the Juilliard School, where he immediately stood out amongst his peers due to his innate understanding of various styles and techniques. Perlman's career began to bloom throughout the 1970s with performances on The Tonight Show, Sesame Street and various PBS specials. By the 1990s, however, he was widely-considered to be one of the premier solo violinists in the country. Just a couple of highlights on his impressive resume include a performance on John William's Academy Award-winning score for Schindler's List, regular collaborations with classical icon Yo-Yo Ma and repeat offers to play at White House functions. While most notably a classical performer, Perlman has also dabbled in jazz music--the result of which can be heard in a collaboration with pianist, Oscar Peterson.

929 North Water Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202

»A Play About Parker Staged Reading

April 28, 2015 7:30 PM

1500 South 73rd Street
West Allis, WI 53214

»Janeane Garofalo

April 28, 2015 8:00 PM

Janeane Garofalo is the Queen of the Nineties. Her visage and malcontented humor are instantly recognizable both from her career as a stand up comedian and as an actor in many cult classics like "Reality Bites," "Copland," and "Steal This Movie." Her personality shines through in almost all the characters she portrays, and her snarky, depressed, intelligent style struck a chord with many people in the U.S. and around the world. In addition to live comedy performances and acting, she is also an activist for human rights and equal rights.

1032 North Fourth Street
Milwaukee, WI 53203

»2015 Annual Compliance/best Practices Seminar

April 28, 2015 8:00 AM

This FREE half-day event will address current topics in labor, employment, benefits & workers compensation law and provide employers across industries with practical and creative solutions for addressing their toughest workplace legal challenges.   SESSION TOPICS INCLUDE:  Annual Labor & Employment Update (Plenary) Wellness Plans Ensure ADA Compliance & Avoid EEOC Litigation Steps To Avoid The Retaliation Claim Trap Workers Compensation Update The National Labor Relations Board And Its Impact On Non-Union Employers

375 South Moorland Road
Brookfield, WI 53005

»Open Mic Night

April 29, 2015 8:00 PM

Last Wednesday Monthly at 8pmAdmission is FREE!!!Comedy Cafes Open Mic Night features a competition as well as a showcase with some of todays best up and coming comics from near and far! Booking a spot: The New Open Mic Competition will be held on the last Wednesday of every month. There will be 8 spots available for the competition. All performers will be expected to have a 5 minute set prepared. After 4 minutes have passed, a light will be flashed to inform the performer to end their set in 1 minute. If the performer goes over their allotted time, the mic will be cut off and the host will return to the stage to continue the show. Each performer in the competition will be expected to bring a minimum of 5 guests* in order to get stage time (NO EXCEPTIONS). All 5 guests* must be in the club at show time in order for the performer to get stage time that night (You need an audience to perform for). Audience votes determine the winner so, the more friends a performer brings, the better chance he has of winning the competition. At the very end of the show the winner will be announced. The prize for winning will be $25 and a 5 minute guest spot on a regular Thursday night show (Some exceptions will be granted for other nights). Performers may win only once within the calendar year but may perform as many times as it takes to win, providing there is space available. All winners will be expected to perform in a Special Show in December to determine Milwaukee’s Funniest Open Mic comedian. The winner of that show/competition will receive a special prize to be determined later in the year. There will also be 3 spots available for when the competition portion of the night has finished. These performers will entertain the crowd while votes are being tallied and drink tabs are being added up. The 3 spots will not be required to bring guests but will be expected to do 7-10 minutes, with a 1 minute light, depending on how much time is needed to tally votes and add up drink tabs. All performers are required to arrive no later than 7:45pm to receive their order in the nights performance and any other instruction that may be necessary. If a performer arrives after 7:45pm, then we invite them to stay to watch the show as an audience member because they will not be performing that night (Respect the stage). Contact Ryan Holman to sign up: *DO NOT CALL THE CLUB* Sign up for the next Open Mic will start on the Monday following the last Open Mic. *ALL GUESTS OF PERFORMERS ARE EXPECTED TO COMPLY WITH OUR TWO BEVERAGE MINIMUM.

615 East Brady Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202

»Combustible Dust Safety Workshop - Milwaukee, Wi

April 29, 2015 9:00 AM

Join us for The Combustible Dust Explosion & Fire Risk Mitigation Journey: A Combustible Dust Safety Workshop! This event is hosted by Lewellyn Technology and Westex by Milliken, and presented by combustible dust experts Jason Reason (Lewellyn Technology) and Scott Margolin (Westex by Milliken). This daylong session is packed with practical information that can make for a safer workplace. You will find out what dusts are combustible, discover what industries are susceptible to dust explosions, review dust cleaning methods, and much more! A box lunch will be included with this event. Registration is limited to 2 representatives per company or organization. Topics to be covered: Combustible Dust Compliance & Risk Mitigation  A comprehensive review of the history of combustible dustThe science/anatomy of an explosion eventRegulatory & consensus standard requirementsMitigation techniquesFR fabrics and PPE for flash firesEffective PPE Strategies for exposed workersIntegrating dust compliance into existing management programsSafety & EnvironmentalHazComLOTOSPCCFire Prevention/ProtectionConfined SpaceHazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)  Who Should Attend: Safety ManagersEHS ProfessionalsPlant ManagersPlant EngineersSuperintendentsProduction ManagersRisk Managers  Benefits of Attending: Learn how to protect your facilityLearn how to prevent an OSHA citationLearn easy steps that will help immediatelyLearn what to look for and where to lookLearn proper housekeeping techniquesLearn about PPE and when it is neededLearn how HazCom applies to dust About the Presenters: Jason Reason, CIH, CSP, CHMM, MBA, - Lewellyn Technology Jason holds a B.S. Degree in Industrial Hygiene and has 12+ years of experience as an OSHA Compliance Safety and Health Officer. He has assisted OSHA in performing many combustible dust inspections and has also performed numerous combustible dust National Emphasis Program inspections at a wide range of facilities. He has trained many OSHA Compliance Officers in combustible dust inspections as well. Jason has presented at national conferences including ASSE Safety and the NFPA Combustible Dust Symposium and serves on 4 NFPA combustible dust committees. Scott M. Margolin - Westex by Milliken Scott Margolin is the International Technical Director for Westex Inc. Scott attended Franklin & Marshall College and the University of Delaware. Prior to joining Westex in 2000, Scott M. Margolin was a firefighter for six years and then spent 10 years at a major multinational chemical company working in two of its flame resistant fiber businesses. He also spent over four years leading the flash fire segment. Scott has conducted more than 3,200 flash fires and 1,100 arc flashes in labs in the United States, Canada, and Europe; among this research is groundbreaking work creating arcs in real equipment and utilizing high-speed, super-slow-motion cameras to analyze arc flash and PPE performance. He has presented these topics at seminars around the world, including North and South America, Europe, Russia, and Australia. He is a member of numerous NFPA and ASTM committees, including 2112, F-18, and F-23. Scott participates in a number of industry organizations, including Edison Electric Institute, National Safety Council Utilities Division, ASTM, and NFPA. He frequently addresses trade associations and groups regarding electric arc and flash fire hazards, body burn injury, the protective performance of flame resistant clothing, and other related topics.

231 West North 1600 Corporate Court
Waukesha, WI 53186
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