About North Milwaukee
When one visits North Milwaukee, the first observation will be the varied cultural merger in many of the communities. A truly American scene where many integrated neighborhoods live, work, and connect with each other. The Park West locality is on the northwest side of Milwaukee with Burleigh Street on the north, you have the railroad on the west, Center Street and North Avenue on the South, and 20th Street on the east. The Rufus King district is home to one of the most top rated high schools in the United States . It was the chosen site in 2002 for a presidential visit. President George W. Bush recognized it as one of the best high schools in the United States. Rufus King High School grew from 800 students to 1400 now, and continues to be in the top 50% of high schools in the U.S. Once home to many first comers to Milwaukee, Sherman Park is now home to many middle class, multi-cultural families. The first pioneers built beautiful homes and had a thriving business sector. St. Joseph's Hospital now anchors the community amidst beautiful homes built in the 20's and 3 0's . The focal point of North Milwaukee would be the Uptown Crossing commercial district. It is the home to many national and local retail businesses. A multicultural district where the community works together to ever keep it progressing forward. The business associations work together to improve the districts vitality. Restoring and preserving architecturally and unique building from the past and keeping the communities focused on working together to make North Milwaukee a place to visit or live
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Events in North Milwaukee
9th Annual Port Washington Ghost Walk and 2nd Annual Port Washington Ghost Hunt
at 9th Annual Port Washington Ghost Walk and 2nd Annual Port Washington Ghost Hunt
Two nights only – Friday, October 26 and Saturday October 27, 2018 4 ghost walks each night at 7:30, 8:00, 8:30 and 9:45 pm. 1 combo ghost walk+ghost hunt each night at 10:15. Space is limited.