Women gathered at Bayshore Town Center for an evening of social networking and a show of support for Gilda’s Club Southeastern Wisconsin. The evening including wine and hors d’oeuvres all highlighted by a stunning collection of designer and vintage handbags presented in a silent auction. Photos by Daniel Wilson.
Guests enjoyed aerial dance, street entertainment, music by Upside Groove Coalition, a raffle and more at this benefit for St. Aemilian-Lakeside held at the Historic Pritzlaff Building. Photos by Daniel Wilson.
Milwaukee physicians and health care heroes who were featured in M Magazine's June Best Doctors issue socialized at a cocktail reception held in their honor at Steinhafels in Waukesha. Steinhafels, Shully's Cuisine, Concours Motors, MillerCoors and Squire Fine Men's Apparel sponsored the event and the North Coast Trio provided the evening's entertainment. Photos by Matt Haas.
Mount Mary College’s fashion, art and design show CREO was held at the Downtown Hyatt Hotel and featured fine art, graphic design and interior design student gallery shows, as well as the 2012 student designer fashion show. The event’s theme “Evoke,” was interpreted throughout each of the art, design and fashion portions of the show. Photos by Matt Haas
Guests enjoyed a preview of the 15th annual Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse during a party featuring dining, drinks, music and fundraising festivities. Photos by Matt Haas.
Patrons enjoyed dinner, dancing, auctions and entertainment at The Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s annual gala. Proceeds from the event benefit The Rep’s Artistic and Education programs. Photos by Daniel Wilson.
The second annual gala to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter, was hosted by the law firm of Rose and deJong, S.C. at the Blue Mound Golf and Country Club in Wauwatosa. The event was emceed by WISN Sports Director and Anchor Dan Needles. Speakers included Ashley Kumlien, founder of MS Run the US Inc.; Dr. Alexander Ng, MS researcher and associate professor of exercise science at Marquette University; and Colleen G. Kalt, president and CEO of the National MS Society-Wisconsin Chapter.