An eclectic, inclusive day of entertainment and activities, “Ability Fest”, is planned from 1 to 4 pm on Sunday, July 26 at Wil-O-Way Grant Park Recreation Center, 207 Lake Drive, South Milwaukee. The public is invited to this free family event.
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