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Drexel Town Square was Delphi Corporation. Now it’s the Oak Creek City Hall, Library, and ‘down town’ of the city. Come tour through City Hall and the Oak Creek Public Library, which are the same building.8040 S. 6th ST.
The Oak Creek Historical Societies museum complex is a collection of 5 historic building that were all moved to the site. The buildings include a Log Cabin, Blacksmith Shop, Farm Shed, Summer Kitchen, and Oak Creek’s Town Hall from 1874.Corner of 15th and Forest Hill Ave Oak Creek, WI 53154
Get a chance to roam the theater while the lights are on, get a chance to sit in the balcony, and maybe even catch a glance at the projection equipment.2230 N. Farwell Ave, Milwaukee, WI, 53202
The ornamental plaster studio shop was originally built 1876. Matt and Julian Orlandini purchased the property in August of 1964 as a duplex. The original shop was located on 5th and Scott St. Upon purchase, Julian immediately set about the task of gutting the building, jacking it up, putting in a new foundation and building the shop onto the back of the existing building. Orlandini has been open and doing business since August of 1965.633 W. Virginia Street
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, founded by Norwegian immigrants on Milwaukee’s southside in 1858, built the present building on the site of the Todd Wehr Estate in 1954. Before entering the Wisconsin Avenue doors, look up to the 15′ “The Inviting Christ” statue and notice the solar panels (2.24 kw) that were installed in 2008. The History Room and Chapel are open for visitors. Your guides are eager to share about the mission and ministries of the congregation.3022 W. Wisconsin Avenue
The Pedal Milwaukee building currently houses 4 businesses and organizations with ties to cycling. It includes one of Milwaukee’s newest independent coffee shops. The building is also half a block away from the Hank Aaron State Bike Trail which allows quick and safe access to Milwaukee’s downtown and Western Suburbs of the Greater Milwaukee Area.3618 W. Pierce St.
We will have our front tasting room open and will be open for tours of our roastery in the back of our building.1739 N Martin Luther King Jr. Dr
Take a first hand look at an organic produce farm in an urban setting.1807 E Elm Rd
The City of Milwaukee developed the towerless vertical lift bridge in the 1960s. See how a bridge works from a bridge operator’s perspective. There will be 2-3 openings per hour during the event.400 E. Pleasant Street
PPG is a global maker of paints, coatings, and specialty materials. The PPG Oak Creek plant is part of PPG’s Industrial Coatings segment and thereby produces coatings for the company’s industrial, automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and packaging coatings businesses. Come sneak a peek at our manufacturing facility and examples of how our products have probably touched your lives, from paint on your walls to golf balls to food cans to heavy-duty equipment to motorcycles.10800 S 13th Street Oak Creek, WI 53154