Our popular annual summer picnic is back again! Come by for good food, good company, and good times in the middle of the peaceful Milwaukee summer.
This is usually where the new calendars for the next year are unveiled so look forward to seeing the 2014 calendars for the first time.
This family-friendly event brings RPCVs and applicants together from near and far. If you have any ideas for fun games, bring those along with you!
The Milwaukee Peace Corps Association will be hosting its semi-annual Peace Corps Partnership Lunch, tentatively scheduled to be at Casablanca Restaurant on the East Side.
The focus of the Fall lunch is Africa. Peace Corps Partnership Lunches highlight the work that volunteers are doing in the field and help raise money for specific projects that volunteers are working on. Spread the word--invite family, friends or anyone you know who is interested in the Peace Corps or wants to learn more about MPCA. The cost is $25 per person and funds will go towards supporting PeaceCorps projects that we vote on during the lunch.
We hope to see you there!
Join us as we recognize and celebrate the many contributions that parents and families make towards their volunteers' service. The social will include a panel of recently returned volunteers as well as parents of currently-serving Volunteers. Families, RPCVs, prospective volunteers, and those interested in Peace Corps are invited to attend.
This year's event is free to anyone. Snacks will be provided and you are welcome to bring any of your favorite treats to share.
More information to come on the location and time, so stay tuned.
Join us for the most diverse, delicious, and friendly potluck in Milwaukee!
RPCVs bring dishes from their countries of service--or any dish that strikes their fancy
Family and friends of volunteers conjure up more foods
Those interested in and supportive of Peace Corps add even more options to this luscious feast
The success of this event is a result of the vast array of dishes from all over the world by those who enjoy, support and are interested in Peace Corps!
Social hours this year take place at 7:30pm at the Oakcrest Tavern (4022 N Oakland, in Shorewood) and are open to anybody interested in Peace Corps. These are a great way to chat with board members about MPCA and also to learn more about Peace Corps and hear individual volunteers' stories.