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May 6, 2021 - May 16, 2021

Spaces & Traces: Virtual Neighborhood Tour featuring Harambee & Riverwest

Virtual Tour Ticket Includes: 

Tour Properties: The tour will feature photo galleries and historic content showcasing 20 properties including residential homes and several non-residential properties.

Neighborhood Histories: The tour will also include written histories about Harambee and Riverwest, written by historian John Gurda.

Self Guided Beerline Tour: Take a virtual or in-person/self guided walk along the Beerline Trail, a historic railway corridor that has been converted to a pedestrian trail connecting Harambee and Riverwest. The trail features rich history and art installations. The tour was developed by artist Annushka Peck. The tour will also be available as a mobile app beginning May 6, through the Historic Milwaukee app.

Live Virtual Presentations

Thursday, May 6 at 6 pm: The Parlor: Restoring and Reinventing a Riverwest Funeral Home
Learn about renovation efforts of a former Riverwest funeral home into a single family residents with home owner and architect Keith Stachowiak

Monday, May 10 at 6 pm: History of Harambee and Riverwest
Historian John Gurda will talk about the history of Harambee and Riverwest.

Thursday, May 13 at 6 pm: Conversations on Gentrification with Reggie Jackson and Zeidler Group
Historic Milwaukee is partnering with the Zeidler Group to host small group discussions tackling the issues of gentrification and the effects on Milwaukee’s communities. The program will kick off with a lecture with Reggie Jackson, Co-Founder of Nurturing Diversity Partners.

Friday, May 14 at 12 pm: Historic King Drive with Deshea Agee, Executive Director, Historic King Drive BID

Live Virtual Program Tickets available a la cart: $5 for members and $10 for non-members if you do not purchase tickets to the tour.

Virtual Tour Tickets 
Members: $10
Non-Members: $20

Virtual Tour Tickets + Live Virtual Presentations 
Members: $15
Non-Members: $25

Spaces & Traces is supported in part by a grant from the Milwaukee Arts Board and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.