KidZ Days in the City is a component of KidZ Days at the Center and was launched in the summer of 2011. Through this program, we are able to provide educational and interactive arts programming at various community-based organizations and schools throughout the city of Milwaukee.
Programming takes place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM throughout the summer months.
Overall, KidZ Days in the City allows us to reach more children that do not have the means to attend our on-site programming. Some of our KidZ Days in the City sites have included, Boys And Girls Club of Milwaukee, Journey House, Silver Spring Neighborhood Center, United Community Center, Neighborhood House of Milwaukee, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Next Door Foundation, and the Hmong American Friendship Association.
The Marcus Performing Arts Center is grateful for the support of Bader Philanthropies and Brewers Community Foundation for KidZ Days.
How to Participate in the Program
This community outreach program is free, however it is not open to the general public. KidZ Days in the City programs are coordinated by Marcus Center staff, as well as representatives of the various community based organizations and schools.
More Information/Funding Opportunities
For more information about The Marcus Center’s KidZ Days programming, or for funding opportunities, please contact Anthony D. Smith, Director of Community Engagement and Inclusion at 414.273.7121 ext. 211 or email A Smith