St. Ann Center Celebrates Black History in Song

The children and adult clients at St. Ann Center’s Bucyrus Campus celebrated Black History Month through music at a spirited singalong and dance party held in the Intergenerational Park. “Music is a vital part of the fabric of our African … Continued

Science Cafe

The latest in medical research is on the menu at the Science Café—a speaker series at St. Ann Center’s Bucyrus Campus. The programs are co-sponsored by St. Ann Center and the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Clinical & Translational Science Institute. … Continued

Fashionable Celebration of Culture

The culture and style of Africa were showcased at St. Ann Center’s Bucyrus Campus as part of a month-long celebration of Black history. African drums summoned adult clients, day care children, volunteers and staff to the intergenerational park on Friday, … Continued

Science Cafe Speaker Series Starts at St. Ann Center

The latest research on hypertension will be explored at the Science Café—a speaker series at St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care-Bucyrus Campus, 2450 W. North Ave. Sponsored by the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Clinical & Translational Science Institute, this kickoff … Continued

Willow Glen Students Sing for the Season

The second graders of Willow Glen Primary School in St. Francis warmed up winter considerably when they visited St. Ann Center’s Stein Campus on Martin Luther King Day. After touring the building, and meeting many of our children and adult … Continued

True Love Stories in Caregiving

Two men discuss the journeys that reshaped their lives & loves Former Wisconsin governor Martin Schreiber and Milwaukee financial adviser John McCarthy will share two compelling true love stories at an author reception and book signing on Wednesday, Feb. 8, … Continued

Pat Takes Birthdays in Stride

Pat isn’t one to fib about her age. In fact, she was more than happy to reveal it in the photo (above) St. Ann Center is using to promote our Donate Your Age campaign. “Actually, I’ll be 82 in a … Continued