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2017 Brady Street Area Association Annual Holiday Party 


What? Brady Street Area Association Annual Holiday Party

When? Monday, December 18 at 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Where?  The Diplomat at 815 East Brady Street

Come join us to celebrate the holidays & another great year in the Brady Street area! The BSAA Board of Directors election will take place, plus giveaways! Food and refreshments will be provided by the BSAA board members.

Free admission for paying members of BSAA, or join BSAA when you arrive at the party!



2017 Brady Street Movie Night!

What? Ghostbusters the movie (the original!)

When? September 8 at 7:45 pm

Where?  Brady Street lot at Marshall & Brady

Join us for a FREE movie under the stars with your friends and neighbors on the Brady Street backyard lot. Bring your chairs & blankets and enjoy a movie night with us!

2017 BSAA Bloom & Groom Plant Sale

Join us for our annual plant and flower sale on May 20 on the vacant corner lot on Brady and Marshall St.

Various sizes of discounted flats, perennials, annuals, veggies, grasses and hanging baskets will be available for less than retail prices! Prices range from only $1.50-$6.00. Free Milorganite samples with purchase, while they last.

Sale starts at 10am and runs until we are sold out!

You’ll also have the chance to supprt the BSAA and buy tote bags and garden kneelers. Sign up or renew your membership to the BSAA at this FUNdraising event!

Cash only please.


2017 Spring Forum

Please join the Brady Street Area Association for a dynamic discussion — learn something new and meet your neighbors! Free and open to the public.

Learn about the new plans for the Lift Station building near the Brady Street Community Garden on Pearson and adjacent from Swing Park.

When: Tuesday, April 11, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Where: Casablanca , 728 East Brady Street

Speakers for this event:

Chris Socha – TKWA URBANLAB Architects
Chris is the Lead for URBANLAB, a division of the Kubala Washatko Architects created to lead ongoing community efforts in making downtown Milwaukee a vibrant urban center.

Captain Diana Rowe & ADA Kelly Hedge
Our new district captain will introduce herself, talk about initiatives in the area as well as take questions. ADA Kelly Hedge will introduce herself and discuss the impact she’s had in the Brady Street area since she started here last August.

Alderman Nik Kovac
Will discuss general concerns on Brady Street.

Changes and Challenges: Neighborhood Development & Public Safety


Tuesday, October 18 at 6 PM – 8 PM

Discussion on recent property deveopment and challenges facing the area on crime.

Charles Allis Art Museum
1801 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee


Update: PDF file from Martha Brown’s presentation at the Fall Forum: brady-street-development-presentation-1016

2017 Fourth Annual Brady Street Corn Roast!


Tuesday, August 16 from 5 to 8pm

Held at the Brady Street Backyard at the corner of Marshall & Brady… Meet with neighbors and enjoy some great harvest corn of the season! Freshly roasted corn, hot dogs & ice cream will be available for purchase!

$2.00 per ear
$2.00 Hot Dogs
$1.00 per scoop Ice Cream


Neighborhood Walk with Mayor Barrett and Alderman Kovac


Join the BSAA on a neighborhood walk, in support of the Walk 100 Miles in 100 Days challenge, with Mayor Barrett and Alderman Kovac. It’s a great time to meet neighbors and enjoy our great location between the river and Lake Michigan!

Our neighborhood walk will be held on Tuesday, July 12 and we’ll meet under the Holton Street Viaduct at Swing Park. We’ll kick off with a brief welcome at 5:30 p.m. and walk through the Historic Brady Street neighborhood, returning to Swing Park in less than an hour.

We’re giving away tickets to Festa Italiana, Eastside posters from Milwaukee City Development and ‪#‎Walk100‬ sunglasses. Plus, we’ll chat briefly about historic homes and new businesses on our route

See mayor’s walk website for any updates and sign up to log your miles and win prizes! We encourage you to participate and register at:

Project Clean & Green

Residents of the Brady Street Neighborhood should mark their calendars for the city’s Clean and Green large item pickup program, which will be May 23 through May 27.

The city’s annual Clean and Green garbage pickup program allows residents to dispose of large items including furniture, mattresses, household items, up to two (2) cubic yards of tree trimmings and up to five (5) tires at their regular garbage collection point – either the curb or alley line. DPW crews will pick up excess, unwanted household items at no charge to the resident, during garbage pickup on the designated Clean and Green week.

PLEASE NOTE: The items will be collected on your regular/normal garbage collection day.

During the program, DPW will NOT pick up: Appliances, Electronics (such as TVs, computers, printers, scanners, tablets, etc.), Construction debris, Paint and paint thinner, motor oil, and other hazardous waste.

Go to the City DPW page for more info: Project Clean & Green

Bloom & Groom Plant Sale!


Visit the Brady Street Association Plant Sale on May 21 on the vacont corner lot of Brady and Marshall.

Various sizes of discounted flats, perennials, annuals, grasses and hanging baskets will be available for less than retail prices!

Starts 10am and runs until we are sold out!

Sign up or renew your membership to the BSAA at this FUNdraising event!

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