Come celebrate spring at a benefit for theÂ Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice (ICWJ)
Â MulticulturalÂ Party for
Â Worker Justice
Thursday, May 8, 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Neighborhood House Community Center
29 S. Mills Street (one block south of Regent St.)
Food, music and dancing to the multicultural tunes of
$20 suggested donation/$10 for students
Information about Neighborhood House Community Center:
Established in 1916, Madison’s only settlement house served the predominantly Italian immigrant population of the Greenbush neighborhood a few blocks south of the University of Wisconsin campus. Today Our community center is almost 100 years old and continues to serve our neighborhoods and the greater neighborhood of Madison.Â Neighborhood House is home to a very large number of multi-cultural groups that include the African Association, United Nigerians in Madison Association,Â Ghana Association, Muslim Womenâ€™s Group, Caribbean Club, Boliviamanta Group, Oak Apple Morris Dancers, Liberian Group, Danza de Todos Los, Japanese TAIKO Drum, and many other cultural groups.Â Our diversity and commitment to community has been a constant at Neighborhood House for almost 100 years.