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City Updates | General | Health Department | Public Library |

Please Join Aurora Health Care & the Oak Creek Health Department for the 2017 Healthy Living Series

All presentations are 6:00pm - 7:00pm on Thursdays in the Oak Creek City Hall. Seating is limited. To register, please call 414-766-7950.

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City Updates | General | Health Department | Public Library |

Welcome Baby! - A Free Program for Expectant and New Parents to be held at Civic Center

Welcome, Baby! is a FREE program for expectant parents and parents of infants and toddlers. Participants learn the foundational principles of a nurturing parent lifestyle.

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City Updates | General | Health Department | Public Library |

Creating Child Masterminds: A Presentation on Child Brain Development

Learn how to create child masterminds on Dec. 8th! Deborah McNelis, M.Ed, an early brain development specialist, will discuss the importance of early relationships with the children in our lives.

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City Updates | Community Development | General | Public Library |

MCTS Expands Service in Oak Creek

On Sunday, March 22, 2015 MCTS expands its service with a new route and a route extension - both aimed at assisting residents get to job hubs. The routes also enhance travel mobility for workers while helping improve air quality.

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Time Capsule to be Buried at Drexel Town Square City Hall Site

As part of the new City Hall and Library, the City of Oak Creek is preparing a Time Capsule to be opened in the year 2115. The City of Oak Creek is requesting donations for the Time Capsule to be buried onsite in May of 2015.

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City Updates | General | Public Library |

Oak Creek Public Library Expands Program Schedule for the Fall Season

One of the largest draws to the library in recent years has been the development of library programs for children and teens. These programs have only expanded since their inception three years ago.

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