Taste of Lindsay Heights will be a carryout cafe at 1609 W. North Avenue. It’s is a place for budding food entrepreneurs to take their business to the next level. Lindsay Heights residents and neighboring communities will benefit from a space to create and sell food, connect and eat well.
Walnut Way’s Neighbor Night are monthly gatherings centered on focus topics that support one’s well-being and interests. Topics include cooking, nutrition, financial education, the arts, legal assistance, wellness, and more. These events are free and open to the public. A light meal is usually provided.
The Walnut Way Center is an active neighborhood resource. Neighbors gather at Neighbor Night events, community meetings, and men’s and women’s groups. It serves to provide space for civic engagement and social networking which we know leads to more stable communities.
Walnut Way holds space for men each week online to talk about topics that support them on their journey to wellness. The program, “Real Men, Real Conversations,” is organized and facilitated by Kenneth Ginlack, a licensed therapist. Join us every Wednesday for real support.
Phase I was completed in October 2015 and is leased to tenant-partners: Fondy Food Center Administrative Offices and a commercial kitchen for the Milwaukee Center for Independence. They provide food-focused products and services, forming a healthy “food hub.”