Upcoming Events & Resources
See what we have in the works!
Spring is here, and we are excited to bring you some interesting new programs! Please check out our Business & Life Planning workshop on March 25, and Black Landscapes Matter, a program about equity and the Beerline Trail on March 30. Share with a friend, and join us for these opportunities detailed below!
Achieve Self-Reliance Through Planning & Action!
Get inspired and explore the critical connection between business and life planning. Then, get ready to take action, the spark that moves ideas to entrepreneurship.
Join us for the first in a series of webinars on Thursday, March 25th at 6pm on Facebook Live at RiverworksMKE, where we work with entrepreneurs and start-ups to help them craft their vision and achieve their goals. This event will be interactive; send us your questions, download templates and documents from our website, and network with other entrepreneurs!
Join us and you will learn how to:
be more organized
take action on your vision
be inspired to start your business
and much, much more!
Check out our website for more information
Black Landscapes Matter
The Beerline Trail Neighborhood Development Project invites you to attend "Black Landscapes Matter". It will be hosted as a Zoom webinar from 12:00pm - 1:30pm on Tuesday, March 30. Featuring keynote speaker Walter Hood, this event will discuss the concept plan for the creation of a Linear Park on the Beerline Trail. Hood, a nationally known landscape architect, engaged with the community and used that input in his design of the Lifeways Plan, an ambitious vision for this important community asset.
This event will also feature Darryl Johnson, executive director of Riverworks, as well as a local panel, including Sara Daleiden, who will discuss Black landscapes and why they are important for Milwaukee.
Check out the Facebook Event!
Need Help with Your Finances? Ask Yolanda!
Yolanda is the Financial Navigator at Riverworks. Her role is to provide resources to clients facing a wide range of financial crises. She works one-on-one with residents to address financial issues and identify immediate action steps. For the last 20 plus years, Yolanda has worked in nonprofit organizations to help individuals and families in the community.
Watch out for our April Neighborhood Clean Up, an Arbor Day event, and other activities coming up!
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