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520 E. Wells St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 257-8005
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Cathedral Square Park has the appeal and look of a small Central Park. Plenty of benches, trees and a children's area make Cathedral Park a wonderful get-away area in an otherwise busy downtown. Host of the Thursday night "Cathedral Park Jazz" concerts and the Saturday morning "East Town Farm Market," the park is always happening. And it's got free Wi-Fi.
 
Upcoming events

Sept. 1, 2016
Jazz In The Park

Celebrating 25 years in 2016, Milwaukee's favorite free, outdoor summer music series, featuring an eclectic lineup of jazz, big band, funk, R&B, reggae, blues and more. Performers come from across town of across the country. Enjoy Happy Hour drink specials from 5-6 p.m. Music starts at 6 p.m. No carry-ins permitted.

Sept. 3, 2016
Cathedral Square Market

Stop by Cathedral Square Park on Saturday mornings for fresh produce, locally made crafts, prepared foods, live entertainment, and great activities. Over 100 Wisconsin farmers, craftsmen, bakers and chefs offer seasonal, fresh and unique items. All products are made or grown locally. Each week enjoy yoga sponsored by the WAC starting at 9 a.m., live music and more.

Sept. 10, 2016
Cathedral Square Market

Stop by Cathedral Square Park on Saturday mornings for fresh produce, locally made crafts, prepared foods, live entertainment, and great activities. Over 100 Wisconsin farmers, craftsmen, bakers and chefs offer seasonal, fresh and unique items. All products are made or grown locally. Each week enjoy yoga sponsored by the WAC starting at 9 a.m., live music and more.

Sept. 17, 2016
Cathedral Square Market

Stop by Cathedral Square Park on Saturday mornings for fresh produce, locally made crafts, prepared foods, live entertainment, and great activities. Over 100 Wisconsin farmers, craftsmen, bakers and chefs offer seasonal, fresh and unique items. All products are made or grown locally. Each week enjoy yoga sponsored by the WAC starting at 9 a.m., live music and more.

Sept. 24, 2016
Cathedral Square Market

Stop by Cathedral Square Park on Saturday mornings for fresh produce, locally made crafts, prepared foods, live entertainment, and great activities. Over 100 Wisconsin farmers, craftsmen, bakers and chefs offer seasonal, fresh and unique items. All products are made or grown locally. Each week enjoy yoga sponsored by the WAC starting at 9 a.m., live music and more.



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Posted by trinity0105 on Sept. 13, 2007 at 2:38 p.m. (report)

Do people bring their children to jazz in the parK? Is it a kid friendly area?

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