Freeland the organization is based in Thailand and works around the world to stop human and animal trafficking.
Want to learn more about Freeland? Link here for an in-depth article about the organization and its founder Steve Galster from the June 2019 issue of
(Link to Freeland's online Program Guide through the poster below)
The Baaree – a Nepalese word which means "garden" – is a hybrid concept that brings together aspects of a traditional German beer garden with elements of a community garden.
Whitnall Park Beer garden is a permanent beer garden in scenic Whitnall park, with 24 tap handles serving up craft beers from local breweries including Good City, City Lights, MKE Brewing, New Glarus and Third Space.
Bring your own glassware to get refill rates
Profits to Parks - drinking at Whitnall park Beer Garden supports future park projects.
SOME PREVIOUS PERFORMANCES
About Jean's Jazz Series
The Heart of Jean’s Jazz
In 2001, Joe Mooney created the Jean’s Jazz Series in memory of his wife, Jean, who had died of ovarian cancer. Since then, over 20,000 people have attended one of our concerts, grossing over $100,000 to benefit the Racine Theatre Guild.
Jean’s love of the Theatre Guild and her love of jazz inspired a series that has truly enriched our community.
The Jean’s Jazz Experience
At each Jean’s Jazz event, you will be entertained by the amazing talent of acclaimed jazz artists. A night of Jean’s Jazz is a total audio, visual, social and soulful experience that includes:
Opportunity to meet and greet the artists
Complimentary desserts at intermission
Superior acoustics and unobstructed sightlines
Beautiful surroundings and comfortable seating
Sunday August 12th & October 7th, 2018
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
4838 Douglas Ave.
Sunday July 1st, 2018
4:00 — 5:30 p.m.
Klement's Sausage & Beer Garden
Henry Maier Festival Park, Milwaukee, WI
“A World Free of Wildlife Trafficking and Human Slavery”
(offices in Thailand, Brazil, India, Kenya, South Africa, USA
About Freeland Film Festival
The Freeland Film Festival is a global storytelling platform featuring films about people, animals and ecosystems that are facing daunting challenges. The festival has previously been held in Vietnam, Thailand and South Africa.
2018 is the first year the film festival was held in the U.S. The wide-ranging weekend includes films, panels, live music, local food, workshops and an opening night party.
Over 900 films from across the world were submitted for consideration at this year's festival.