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Ray's in Wauwatosa

to mark the holiday

Ray's Growler Gallery, 8930 W. North Ave., will host a launch party at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 2, for an addition to its portfolio of exclusive beers from MKE Brewing.

Ray's describes the new beer as a 'tasty new patio pounder, a Yerba Mate tea-infused Mexican lager.'

Also, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 28, the Sushi Go! truck will be at Ray's serving patio diners.

Sendik's honors Memorial Day with a special event

Sendik's stores, including its store in Wauwatosa, 8616 W. North Ave., will host its annual shrimp and lobster boil all day Saturday, May 28. Enjoy shrimp and lobster either in-store or get it to go.

Free fair housing

training for landlords

The Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council is hosting a free landlord training seminar for landlords in the city of Wauwatosa from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, in the upper civic center at city hall. The council is funded through a Milwaukee County contract to provide the trainings, which are a way to enhance fair housing practices. Landlords will learn about local, state and federal laws; advertising; negotiation; reasonable accommodations and more.

No registration is required. For more information, contact Administrative Services Manager Megan Wanke at mwanke@fairhousingwisconsin.com or (414) 278-1240.

Village offers information on roadwork navigation

The Village of Wauwatosa, with some of its businesses rendered difficult to access by State Street construction, has laid out parking options, access times, detour rutes and traffic restrictions on its website at wauwatosavillage.org/detours-road-closures.

Other updates are available on the Village Bid facebook page, www.facebook.com/TosaVillage, and from the city at bit.ly/StateStreetUpdates.

Tosa Farmer's Market opens Saturday, June 4

The Tosa Farmers Market opens for its seventh season on Saturday, June 4. This open-air market features more than 40 vendors selling seasonal produce as well as a diverse range of products that all celebrate Wisconsin's natural resources — from dairy to pastured pork to foraged mushrooms. The market is open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon from June 4 through October 15, at 7720 Harwood Ave. in the Village of Wauwatosa.

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