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Solstice celebration: The River Revitalization Foundation holds a summer solstice walk June 20 in Milwaukee, beginning at the RRF office, 2134 N. Riverboat Road. For more, email vbushell@gmail.com. — PHOTO: Pixabay

Community bulletin board: Fill your plate, take a hike

Fill your plate: Clean Wisconsin, the state’s oldest environmental organization, is selling seats at the table for its gala fundraiser, Epicurean Evening Milwaukee.

Celebrated Cream City chefs will prepare a multi-course meal for supporters June 16 at Discovery World.

“We are extremely excited to bring this event to the shores of Lake Michigan,” said Clean Wisconsin CEO Mark Redsten. “These chefs care deeply for Wisconsin and our environment and we are fortunate to bring them together for a night of great food to bring awareness to Clean Wisconsin’s work in Milwaukee and across the state.”

Participating chefs include Adam Siegel of Lake Park Bistro, Cole Ersel of Wolf Peach and Justin Carlisle of Ardent.

“As a chef who takes care and pride in the state and region where I have grown up and will raise my family, I care deeply about a clean Wisconsin,” said Carlisle. For more, go to wisconsinepicureanevening.org.

Party time: The Democratic Party of Wisconsin holds its statewide convention June 3–4 in Green Bay. The party plans to host candidates on the 2016 ballot, caucus meetings, socials and convention reports. The national convention is in late July in Philadelphia. For more, go to milwaukeedems.org.

Something to chalk about: Artists are needed for the Great Lakes Chalk Art Competition June 11–12 in downtown Racine. The event is in conjunction with the Monument Square Art Festival. At least 24 artists will work on panels on Fifth Street and finished work will be displayed at the Racine Arts Council Artspace Gallery. For more, go to www.monumentsquareartfest.com.

Sustainability summer: The Point Back to the Land in Stevens Point offers weekend itineraries for summer travelers looking to learn about sustainable living in Wisconsin. Getaways focus on renewable farming, sustainable homes, plants for the people, container gardening and more. For more, go to pointbacktotheland.com.

Annual meetup: The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin holds its annual meeting June 3–5 at the Landmark Resort in Egg Harbor. The agenda includes discussions on Wisconsin water quality, engaging the emerging electorate and building membership. For more, go to www.lwvwi.org.

Solstice celebration: The River Revitalization Foundation holds a summer solstice walk June 20 in Milwaukee, beginning at the RRF office, 2134 N. Riverboat Road. For more, email vbushell@gmail.com.

Send notices for the bulletin board to lmneff@www.wisconsingazette.com.

Photo: Pixabay Something to chalk about: Artists are needed for the Great Lakes Chalk Art Competition June 11-12 in downtown Racine. The event is in conjunction with the Monument Square Art Festival. At least 24 artists will work on panels on Fifth Street and finished work will be displayed at the Racine Arts Council Artspace Gallery. For more, go to www.monumentsquareartfest.com.

Something to chalk about: Artists are needed for the Great Lakes Chalk Art Competition June 11-12 in downtown Racine. The event is in conjunction with the Monument Square Art Festival. At least 24 artists will work on panels on Fifth Street and finished work will be displayed at the Racine Arts Council Artspace Gallery. For more, go to www.monumentsquareartfest.com.

 

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