Women's Resource Center: Upcoming Events
 

Sister Talk - Strengthening the Circle
Spring 2014 - Biweekly on Wednesdays: January, 29, February 12 & 26, March 12 & 26, April 9 & 23 and May 7, 1-3pm, On campus: UWM Bolton Hall 196
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Sister Talk is an open discussion group for UWM women students of color and allies that provides space to talk in a supportive, safe, and comfortable environment. Come to one session or come every time! This drop-in group meets every other week, alternating with the Intersections: Women & Multicultural Film Series. Light refreshments provided.  Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center, UWM Union Sociocultural Programming, and UWM Multicultural Student Centers.
Free Group
For more information, contact the UWM Women’s Resource Center at 414-229-2852.


Intersections: Women and Multicultural Film Series
Spring 2014 - Biweekly on Wednesdays: February 5 & 19, March 5 (no film 3/19), and April 2, 16 & 30, 1-3pm, On campus: UWM Bolton Hall 196
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This bi-weekly brown bag film series at UWM is dedicated to showcasing and discussing issues related to women, multiculturalism, and diversity. Films being screened include: "Dark Girls, Black Is…Black Ain’t," "!Women, Art, Revolution," "It Was Rape," "Doin’ It: Sex, Disability & Videotape," "Fat Body (In)Visible," and "Wadjda." The Film Series alternates weeks with Sister Talk. Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center, UWM Union Sociocultural Programming, and UWM Multicultural Student Centers.
Free Events
For more information, contact the UWM Women’s Resource Center at 414-229-2852.


UWM Graduate Women Coffee Talk
Spring 2014 - First Friday of every month: February 7, March 7, April 4 and May 2, On campus: UWM Women's Resource Center Union WG93
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Are you a female-identified graduate student at UWM interested in connecting with your peers or an undergraduate woman considering going on to grad school?  Join us at this informal, monthly social gathering to hang out, meet new friends, share your wisdom, and get inspired by women students who are also pursuing graduate degrees at UWM! Each Coffee Talk is hosted by female campus leaders committed to supporting your success with our Spring semester guests including Vice Chancellor Joan Prince, Dr. Karen Parrish Baker, and Jennifer Dillard from the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center and UWM Graduate School.
Free Group
For more information, contact the UWM Women’s Resource Center at 414-229-2852.


UWM Grad Student Parent Support Network
Spring 2014 - Second Friday of every month: February 14, March 14, April 11 and May 9, Noon-1:30pm, On campus: UWM Women’s Resource Center (Union WG93)
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This forum is designed to promote networking and build community amongst graduate students who have children, to serve as a setting where graduate student parents can discuss and share resources and tips on balancing their multiple life roles, and where supportive relationships can be established. Undergraduate students and partners of grad students with children welcome! Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center and UWM Graduate School.
Free Group
For more information or to request special accommodation, contact Amber Tucker at 414-229-4818.


For more information about any of the following WRC (co-)sponsored events, please contact the UWM Women's Resource Center at 414-229-2852 or visit the WRC, Union WG93.

Ending Sexual Harassment
Friday, April 18, 2014, 3-5pm, On campus: UWM Bolton Hall 196
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According to research conducted by the American Association of University Women (AAUW), nearly two-thirds of the college students surveyed said they had been subjected to sexual harassment while at college. Most experienced non-contact forms of harassment such as crude jokes, remarks and gestures, but nearly one-third said the harassment involved physical contact. Harassment can happen anywhere: in the residence halls, outside on campus grounds or in classrooms. Federal and state laws and UWM policy prohibit sexual harassment. This workshop will provide participants with a working understanding of what sexual harassment is and what can and/or must be done in response to harassing behaviors. Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center and UWM Equity and Diversity Services.
Free Event, Pre-Registration Required; UWM Student Employees: This session is an approved UWM Panther Professional Development workshop.
For more information and/or to register, contact Sue McCarthy-UWM Women's Resource Center at 414-229-2852 orsuzimac@uwm.edu.


Milwaukee Area Symposium for Interpersonal Violence Research
Friday, April 18, 2014, 3-5pm, On campus: UWM Union 240
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A networking event and poster presentation symposium for researchers who do work on interpersonal violence and related topics, and interested others, featuring a presentation by Debra Fields from the Sojourner Peace Center. Light refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the UWM Interpersonal Violence Research Group, UWM Women’s Resource Center, and the UWM Center for 21st Century Studies.
Free Event
For more information, contact RaeAnn Anderson at ander569@uwm.edu.


Denim Day at UWM
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, On campus: Across the UWM Campus
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Denim Day is an international movement which was established in response to the attitudes of a chief judge who dismissed a forcible rape case, stating “…because the victim wore very, very tight jeans, she had to help him remove them, and by removing the jeans it was no longer rape, but consensual sex.” Denim Day has become a day to honor survivors of sexual assault and bring awareness to the dangers of victim blaming. Get involved as an individual, a student organization, a class or a university department. Wear denim and a sticker that reads, “Ask me why I’m wearing jeans” on April 23rd and do your part to create a caring, sexual violence-free campus by confronting victim blaming attitudes! Show your Denim Day pride by posting a “selfie” or group photo to Facebook with the hashtag #UWMDenimDay. Stickers are available at the UWM Women’s Resource Center, Union WG93 during building hours. For more information go to: http://www5.uwm.edu/news/2014/04/16/denim-day-raises-awareness-of-sexual-assault/.
Free Event
For more information, contact the UWM Women's Resource Center at 414-229-2852.

Developing Your Professional Identity
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 5:30-7:30pm, On campus: UWM Children’s Learning Center Training Room - NWQ1606 (2025 E Newport Ave)
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Join guest speaker, Damira Grady, for this fun and informative workshop.  In this session participants will talk about and learn how to: Present yourself as a professional regardless of your budget; Build you professional wardrobe by mixing basics with signature pieces; Polish your digital identity so you are marketable to employers; and develop your professional brand so that you stand out!  This workshop is for UWM Student Parents and UWM Children's Center parents. Sponsored by the UWM Children’s Learning Center, UWM Life Impact Program, and the UWM Women’s Resource Center.
Free Event; Includes Dinner and Child Care. Registration by 5pm on Friday, 4/18 is Required
For more information, contact the UWM Women’s Resource Center at 414-229-2852.

Creeper: Stalking/Cyber-stalking Revealed
Friday, April 25, 2014, 3-5pm, On campus: UWM Bolton Hall 196
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College-age women are at higher risk for all forms of violence against women, more than 50% of all stalking victims are women between 18 & 29 years old. Stalking and cyber-stalking are prevalent on college campuses nationwide and demand unique forms of intervention and response. How much do you know about stalking? Join us to learn more about these issues and how to help victims of stalking behavior. Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center and UWM University Information Technology Services.
Free Event, Pre-Registration Required; UWM Student Employees: This session is an approved UWM Panther Professional Development workshop.
For more information and/or to register, contact Sue McCarthy-UWM Women's Resource Center at 414-229-2852 or suzimac@uwm.edu.


Intersections: Women and Multicultural Film Series - "It Was Rape"
Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 1-3pm, On campus: UWM Bolton Hall 196
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Rape is wrong, illegal and reprehensible – and yet still tragically common. In this film, eight women tell their diverse personal stories of sexual assault, from a Midwestern teenager trying alcohol for the first time to a Native American woman gradually coming to terms with her abusive childhood. Gripping and emotional, this film is an opportunity to empathize with people – not just absorb faceless statistics – and to puncture the silence and denial that allow sexual assault to thrive. Ultimately, their stories shed light on how this epidemic affects us all. This event is part of a bi-weekly brown bag series at UWM showcasing and discussing issues related to women, multiculturalism, and diversity. Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center, UWM Union Sociocultural Programming, and UWM Multicultural Student Centers.
Free Event
For more information, contact the UWM Women’s Resource Center at 414-229-2852.


Stop the Hate! Understanding Hate and Bias
Friday, May 2, 2014, 3-5pm, On campus: UWM Bolton Hall 196
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In this interactive workshop participants will explore facets of self-identity as a framework for learning about bias and hate crimes. Building upon that understanding of self in society, participants will define a common terminology for bias and hate crimes. We will also work to better understand the scope of the problem and how bias, prejudice, and discrimination relate to hate crimes and hate incidents. Sponsored by the UWM Women’s Resource Center.
Free Event, Pre-registration Required; UWM Student Employees: This session is an approved UWM Panther Professional Development workshop.
For more information and/or to register, contact Sue McCarthy-UWM Women's Resource Center at 414-229-2852 or suzimac@uwm.edu.


$tart $mart Salary Negotiation Workshop
Friday, May 9, 2014, 1-4pm, On campus: UWM Union 240
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$tart $mart prepares college women who are approaching the job market with the confidence, knowledge, and skills they need to negotiate salaries and benefits. At this workshops students will learn how the wage gap affects their lives, how to develop a personal budget to determine salary needs, how to benchmark salary and benefits, and how to negotiate their first salary out of college. Sponsored by the Milwaukee Branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) and the UWM Women’s Resource Center.
Free Event; Space is limited and Pre-Registration is Required
For more information, contact the UWM Women’s Resource Center at 414-229-2852.


Great events relevant to women's lives and experiences are sponsored by many different groups. What follows is a sampling of local events, with contact sources listed if you want additional information.

“A Walk to Beautiful” film and discussion
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 6:30-8pm, On campus: Cunningham Hall 151
In this award-winning documentary, a difficult journey that begins in hopelessness and shame for thousands of women in Ethiopia ends in a productive new life.  A discussion follows the film.  
Free and Open to Public
For more information contact Dr. Anne Dressel at banda@uwm.edu or 414-229-3995.

Understanding Depression: Real Men, Real Stories...Real Recovery
Thursday, April 24, 2014, 4-6pm, On campus: UWM Peck School of the Arts, Room 250
The Face It Foundation, in conjunction with community partners, Mental Health America of Wisconsin, and The University of WI- Milwaukee Helen Bader School of Social Welfare present a look at depression in men. The program, which is intended for the general community as well as mental health professionals, will utilize the stories of four men sharing the intimate challenges of their life with depression and the paths they took to recovery. Community Panelists include Jim Hill, Curtis Mashall, and Ken Weidman. The discussion will be moderated by Mark Meier, Executive Director of the Face It Foundation. 
Free Event
For more information, call (612) 789-9897 or email Info@FaceItFoundation.org.

Women, Children, and Community Health in Malawi and Thailand
Friday, April 25, 2014, 12-1pm, On campus: UWM Cunningham Hall 795
Students who participated in UWM College of Nursing study abroad programs to Thailand and Malawi will share stories and photos about their experiences. The program will also recognize the work of Retired College of Nursing Professor Jacqueline Clinton and Professor Emerita Emma Felder.
Free and Open to the Public
For more information contact Dr. Anne Dressel at banda@uwm.edu or 414-229-3995.

Cinderella: The First 30,000 Years
Thursday, April 25 through Sunday, May 4, 2014, Thur-Sat, 7:30pm, Sun, 2pm, On campus: UWM Kenilworth Studio 508 (1925 E Kenilworth Place)
Written and directed by Robin Mello, our Cinderella asks you to decide an essential question: Is she a heroine or a passive victim? We explore ‘her’ story, following it through time and across cultures in this original dynamic production that uses improvisation and creative story-theatre to explore a world-wide archetype.
General-$10; Seniors, UWM Faculty and Staff-$8; Students-$5 (pre-sale) $8 (night of show); Majors-Free
For more information, contact the UWM Peck School of the Arts at 414-229-4308.

UWM Women's Chorus
Saturday, May 3, 2014, 7:30pm, On campus: UWM Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts (2419 E Kenwood Boulevard)
The UWM Women’s Chorus is made up of outstanding music majors and singers from many other academic areas with extensive musical background and experience. The women sing a wide variety of both sacred and secular choral music in all styles and genres, specializing in the performance of the wonderfully diverse repertoire written especially for women’s voices.
For further information, contact the UWM University Choir conductor Gloria Hansen at gloriajh@uwm.edu, or call the UWM Choral Office at 414-229-3608.

LOTUS Legal Clinic
Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 9am-4:30pm, Off campus: Mount Mary University (Alumnae Dining Room, 2900 N Menomonee River Pkwy , Milwaukee, WI)
Help crime victims understand and exercise their constitutional and statutory rights within the criminal justice system! Learn about victims’ rights in Wisconsin and how victims can assert their rights in court if a violation is occurring or is imminent. The LOTUS (legal options for trafficked and underserved survivors) legal clinic will feature Meg Garvin, M.A., J.D, a recognized leading expert on crime victims’ rights. Garvin is the executive director of the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) and a clinical professor of law at Lewis and Clark Law School.
Cost: $20

The Healing Center Groups for Women Survivors of Sexual Asault and Abuse
Ongoing, Various Times, Off campus: The Healing Center (611 W National Avenue, 4th Floor, Milwaukee, WI)
The Healing Center's services are confidential and all groups and support sessions are facilitated by people who are experienced with the issue of sexual abuse. Ask about transportation and child services if needed. Closed groups run in 14-16 week cycles and once started, close to new participants. Weekly attendance is strongly encouraged. Current groups include:
     Adult Rape/Sexual Assault Support Group:
A 12-week support group for survivors who were assaulted/raped as adults.  The group explores a variety of healing components and specifically shapes its focus to each cycle of participants.
     Adults Molested as Children (AMAC):
A 16-week structured support group designed for female participants who are interested in exploring how their childhood sexual abuse experience has and is affecting their life.
     Sexual Wholeness:
A 12-week information and support group that addresses the ways sexual abuse has affected one's ability to enjoy intimacy and sexuality. 
     Open Group:
An on-going weekly information and support group for women survivors of any type of sexual trauma.  The open group is a resource for survivors new to support groups or who are unable to make a weekly commitment to attend one of our other support groups.
     Entre Mujueres (Spanish-speaking survivors):
An on-going twice-a-month support group for Spanish-speaking women who have been sexually abused/assaulted.  The group is open to new participants every session and covers issues unique to Latina women.
     Survivors Towards Recovery:
A 12-week group for survivors who also struggle with alcohol and/or substance use.  The group explores and builds other means of coping with strong thoughts and feelings associated with one's sexual abuse without the use of substances.
     Creative Healing Series
An 8-10 week support group for survivors who would like to incorporate creative expression into their healing journey.  Participants utilize a variety of methods, such as collage, creative writing and drawing, to promote self-discovery and healing.
     Men's Group:
A weekly support group for adult male survivors of sexual abuse and assault. Survivors join together to offer support and build community with each other while working on their healing journey.The group varies between 7-12 participants and themes include:shame and guilt, anger, emotions, impact of trauma, PTSD, coping skills, relationships, boundaries and dealing with memories and flashbacks.
Free Groups
For more information or to schedule an intake appointment, contact The Healing Center at 414-671-4325. For up-to-date group information go to www.thehealingcenter.org/aboutus/services.

Divorce Group For Women
Bi-Weekly Thursdays, 6-7:30pm, Off campus: Aurora Behavioral Health Center (9200 W Loomis Road, Franklin, WI)
This is an ongoing therapy group for women who are experiencing anxiety or depression as a result of a divorce. Women may join the group at any time. Services are insurance billable.
For more information, contact Sandra Pratt-Lopez at 414-773-4312.

Women's Therapy Group
Twice Monthly on Mondays, 5:30-7pm, Off campus: Women's Pavilion (Aurora Behavioral Health Center, 8901 W Lincoln Avenue, West Allis, WI)
Some women find group therapy is a format in which they can deal with issues related to self-esteem, self-confidence, assertiveness, career changes, unresolved, family issues, relationships with others and recovery from depression, anxiety and abuse. This therapy group offers both support and challenge, enabling members to make important changes in their lives. This is an on-going group that meets twice a month on Monday evenings.
Free Group
For more information, call 414-389-5657 or contact Sharon Thyne at 414-329-5963. Registration is required; call 414-773-4312 to schedule an appointment.

Breast Cancer Support Group for African-American Women
Third Monday of Every Month, 5-7pm, Off campus: Lisbon Avenue Health Clinic (3522 W Lisbon Avenue, Milwaukee, WI)
This support group is open to patients, survivors, and family members/friends (don't have to be related to group members).
Free Group
For more information, call 414-777-7495.

SAGE Women's Drop-in Nights
Third Sunday of Every Month, 6pm, Off campus: SAGE/Milwaukee Office (1845 N Farwell Avenue Suite 220, Milwaukee, WI)
Come join us for a once a month drop-in group modeled after Silver Space/Open Space meetings. This meeting is a social gathering for any women who like to discuss "issues" that are affecting our lives. Come to share, sing, celebrate, eat (bring a treat) or just listen and get to know each other. All women welcome!
Free Events
For more information, conatact SAGE at 414-224-0517.

Lesbian Reading Group
Second Tuesday of Every Month, Off campus: OutWords Bookstore (2710 N Murray Avenue, Milwaukee, WI)
This group reads lesbian written fiction and non-fiction. Books that the group have read include, A Sea Horse Year by Stacy D'Erasmo, and Turning Tides by A.K. Naten. All lesbians are welcome, as is anyone interested in the growing and diverse field of lesbian literature.
Free Group
For more information, contact Outwords Bookstore at 414-963-9089.

Milwaukee's Feminism on Tap Happy Hour
Third Thursday of each month, 5-7pm, Off campus: Various locations in and around Milwaukee
Representatives from different women's advocacy groups in Madison have created a collaborative model for working for shared social justice agendas, and they are calling it Feminism on Tap.  Now organizations in Milwaukee are building on the idea and creating a local group.  Whether you are an individual or are affiliated with a women's organization wanting to extend the impact of your work, join Milwaukee's new Feminism on Tap group on the third Thursday of the month for drinks, snacks, and good company!  Attend the happy hour to network with supporters and staff from Planned Parenthood Advocates of WI, 9to5 Wisconsin, Advocates for Choice (UWM Chapter), NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin, Emerge Wisconsin, and others.
Free Events; Participants pick up their own food & beverage costs
For more information, contact Molly Swank at molly.swank@ppwi.org.

Women in Science & Engineering (WiSE) Breakfast Series
Ongoing, On campus: UWM School of Continuing Education 7th Floor 7220
The UWM School of Continuing Education's Women in Science & Engineering (WiSE) Breakfast Series provides constructive insight into the issues women face in these fields, and helps you build a new professional network. Held the first Thursday of every month, each breakfast forum focuses on a new topic, and provides resources and solutions for career success. Moderators are practicing women engineers.
Fee: $20 - Continental breakfast included. Become a WiSE member and get free registration – WiSE membership is $60/yr for professionals and $20/yr for students
For more information, contact Marcia Gabriel at gabrielm@uwm.edu or 414-227-3378.  Visit sce-women.uwm.edu for a list of upcoming topics and speakers.

Pedal Pushers Society
First Thursday of Every Month, 6:30pm, Off campus: Stonefly Brewery (735 E Center Street, Milwaukee, WI)
The Pedal Pushers Society strives to create a supportive, independent, and empowering bike culture in Milwaukee for women and transgendered people. The bike gang meets monthly for a group bike ride that is sometimes planned, sometimes a spontaneous adventure – but always a great time. All skill levels are enthusiastically welcomed, as the group is meant for any woman or transgendered person who wants to ride bikes more, meet new people, and have a great time.
Free Event
For more information, go to pedalpushersociety.org.

UWM Queer Women of Color (QWoC)
Ongoing, On campus: UWM LGBT Resource Center (Union WG89)
The UWM LGBT Resource Center is sponsoring Queer Women of Color.  It is an interactive and open discussion group for Queer Women of Color students at UWM and their supportive allies.
Free Group
For more information, contact the UWM LGBT Resource Center at 414-229-4116.

SAGE Sisterhood Book Club
Ongoing, Off campus: Dates, Times and Locations Vary
Choosing a new member's night each time to host, this group also chooses a new book each month to read and discuss together. Come and discuss the literature while making new friends!
Free Group
For more information, contact Priscilla at 414-332-0147.

Milwaukee Women's Singing in Sacred Circle
Every Other Tuesday for 60-90 minutes, 7pm, Off campus: Unity Church of Milwaukee (1717 N 73rd Street, Wauwatosa, WI)
Women meet to sing in a setting where participants are encouraged to simply come with the intent to sing for healing and celebration of life -- for oneself, others near and far, and for the world. Drums and other instruments are welcomed, though singing together is the main activity. Most songs are easily learned, chant-like and repetitive, providing the opportunity for a meditative experience. The sacred aspect belongs to no particular religion, but arises from the group's emphasis on woman-spirit and nature themes. New participants are always welcome, and participants don't need any prior experience or be a "great" singer.
For more information, contact Marcia at 414-442-1882 or Debbie at 414-962-4782, or go to The Milwaukee Women's Singing in Sacred Circle Group at www.meetup.com.

Creative Healing Series
Ongoing, Off campus: The Healing Center (611 W National Avenue, 4th Floor, Milwaukee, WI)
Healing occurs through many different ways, so take this opportunity to participate in a variety of activities in a comfortable, safe environment. All activities are offered to survivors as well as their loved ones.
Free Events
For more information, contact The Healing Center at 414-671-HEAL (4325) .

Out to Brunch
First Sunday of Every Month, 11am, Off campus: Different private homes in Metro-Milwaukee, WI
Out to Brunch is an informal gathering of lesbians that has been meeting, and mostly eating, for over 17 years. It came to fruition in Milwaukee from a long standing group out of Minneapolis. The Milwaukee area Out to Brunch has over 300 households on the mailing list from as far north as Sheboygan, as far south as Bristol (Kenosha County), and beyond. Each month a changing group of women gather over Sunday brunch for conversation and connection. Average gatherings run about 35 women. The gathering makes the rounds of different homes – whoever volunteers to host. The hosts provide coffee, paper plates, plastic ware, cups, napkins, and nametags. Women who come to the brunch bring a dish to pass. It can be something bought at the store or homemade. There are no dues and no rules. Just bring a dish to pass!
Free Events
For more information, search Facebook for Out to Brunch Milwaukee.

Women Connecting
First Saturday of Every Month, 9-10:30am, Off campus: The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Weakland Center, 831 N Van Buren Street, Milwaukee, WI)
Women of all ages are invited to join this monthly series for spiritual reflection and discussion in response to readings in Joyce Rupp's book, May I Have This Dance?.  Sponsored by the The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist's Parish Health Ministry, in collaboration with CALL (Cathedral Adult Lifelong Learning).  A continental breakfast will be provided at each session.
Registration and attendance at each event is encouraged
For more information, contact Teresa Flaherty at 414-347-1959 or tersa@core.com,  or Pat Wisialowski at 414-276-9814 x3119 or patwisialowski@stjohncathedral.org.

Women's Spirituality Lunches/Discussion Gatherings in the Atrium
First Fridays of Every Month, Noon, Off campus: The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Weakland Center Atrium, 831 N Van Buren Street, Milwaukee, WI)
Women of all walks of life gather to discuss articles related to spirituality and keep each other company during lunch once a month.  Articles are distributed in advance and lunch is ordered from Jimmy John's Gourmet Subs.
$5 for Lunch
For more information, to indicate attendance and to receive a copy of the article for the month, contact  Rachel at 414-276-9814 x3102 or rachelegarczynski@stjohncathedral.org.

Naughty Needles Knitting & Crocheting Group
Third Sunday of Every Month, 2-5pm, Off campus: Tool Shed (2427 N Murray Avenue, Milwaukee , WI)
This regular crafting circle meets on the third Sunday of every month. Join us for knitting, conversation, and beverages. All genders, needle arts, and skill levels welcome.
Free Group
For more information, contact 414-906-5304 or go to www.toolshedtoys.com.

A Woman's Touch Workshops
First Thursday of Every Month at 6:30pm, and Third Sunday of Every Month at 2pm, Off campus: A Woman's Touch (200 N Jefferson Street #101, Milwaukee, WI)
A Woman's Touch is a woman-owned and operated sexuality boutique started in Madison, Wisconsin. The store focuses on women's perspectives on sex and sexuality, specifically in the Midwest. It offers a number of workshops as well as a unique combination of expertise in sexual health and pleasure.
Registration Costs Vary
For more information or to register e-mail awt.milwaukee2@gmail.com or call 414-221-0400.

Sage Sisterhood Activity Group
Third Sunday of Every Month, 2-4pm, Off campus: Offices of Seniors Active in a Gay Environment (SAGE) Milwaukee (1845 N Farwell Avenue #220, Milwaukee, WI)
A womyn's only drop-in event. A place to meet other women and join in good conversation. Even numbered months (April, June, etc) have a games/chat agenda while odd numbered months are different each month with crafts, dance lessons and other things. Attendees' ideas are always welcome. Bring a snack to share.
Free Group
For more information, contact 414-224-0517.

Lesbian Alliance Game Nights & Potlucks
Second Friday of Every Month, 6pm, Off campus: Milwaukee LGBT Community Center (252 E Highland Avenue, Milwaukee, WI)
Take some time to relax and share some food and good conversation. Bring your favorite board or card game and a dish to pass!
Free Events
For more information, contact 414-271-2656 or go to www.lesbianalliance.org.

Wisconsin Warriors Women's Professional Football Team
Various Dates and Times, Off campus
The Wisconsin Warriors are a full contact football team with the Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL). The IWFL is comprised of over 40 teams across North America, and the WI Warriors were the 2009 IWFL North American Champions as well as the 2010, 2011 & 2012 IWFL Midwest Division Champions! Team members serve as role models for future generations of women's football players, and they also engage in charity work, volunteering, and motivational speaking.
For more information, call 414-759-8823, email wiwarriors@yahoo.com, or go to www.wiwarriors.com.

Brewcity Bruisers: Milwaukee Rollergirls
Ongoing, Off campus: U.S. Cellular Arena (400 W Kilbourn Avenue, Milwaukee, WI)
The Brewcity Bruisers is a skater-owned and operated flat track-roller league for women of any skill level. The team strives to promote women's strength and self-esteem and to create a sense of camaraderie and friendship among members that will also be extended to the community through support to local businesses, arts, and charities.
Tickets: $15 for Adults, $6 for Children (6-12 years old), Free for Children (5 years old and younger)
For more information, go to www.brewcitybruisers.com

UWM Intramural Sports
Registration Deadlines and Practice/Competition Times Vary by Sport, On campus: Most Teams Practice/Compete in the UWM Klotsche Center
UWM currently offers intramural sports for UWM students in the following areas: Badminton, Basketball, Indoor Flag Football, Futsal, Disc Golf, Dodgeball, Floor Hockey, Football, Kickball, Raquetball, Soccer, Softball, Tennis and Volleyball. Sports are available based on student interest. There are opportunities for women students to play on mixed-gender teams and gender-specific teams.
Costs Vary
For more information, contact 414-229-6433 or go to www.recsports.uwm.edu.

UWM's Outdoor Pursuits
Activities, Dates, Times and Locations Vary, On campus
UWM's Outdoor Pursuits (formerly the Union Adventure Center) offers many opportunities for members of the UWM community to get involved in on- and off-campus adventures. Each semester Outdoor Pursuits offers a wide variety of trips and opportunities for participation, including hiking, camping, sailing and more.  And, they also hosts a bicycle loan program -  free for UWM students with ID. Periodically the UWM Women’s Resource Center and UWM's Outdoor Pursuits co-sponsor women-specific events.
Costs Vary
For more information, contact UWM's Outdoor Pursuits at 414-229-3914.


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