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We're open! Visit your nearest Twilight Center this fall



MPS and Milwaukee Recreation know how integral our Twilight Centers are to providing safe spaces for our young people. This fall, we invite young people to visit our seven Twilight Centers around the city on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings.

Twilight Centers offer opportunities for young people to safely spend time with friends though open gym shootaround (one player per hoop), board games, e-sports, snacks, art craft kits (limited time only!), and more!

Twilight Centers are FREE and open to MPS and non-MPS students alike.

Between mask mandates, temperature checks, social distancing, room capacity limits, and cleaning protocols, Milwaukee Recreation is taking every precaution so young people throughout the community can make time with their friends, interact with our staff, and find a safe & fun way to leave the house. Watch our video above for a full walk-through of our safety measures at each Twilight Center.


  • Andrew Douglas Middle School: ages 10-15
  • Madison High School: ages 12-18
  • North Division High School: ages 12-18
  • Obama School of Career & Technical Education: ages 12-18
  • Pulaski High School: ages 12-18
  • South Division High School: ages 12-18
  • Washington High School: ages 12-18
  • Bay View High School: Closed for Twilight this fall

Find your nearest Twilight Center with our interactive map!


High school sites are open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 6-9 p.m.

Andrew Douglas Middle School is open on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays from 5-8 p.m.

Fall Twilight hours run through Dec. 30.



Earl Arms, Media Relations Manager

Shahree Douglas, Director Communications & Outreach

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  • Ninety percent of 2019-20 budget dollars go directly to classrooms;
  • The MPS Class of 2018 earned $86.2 million in scholarships; and
  • MPS is home to five of the state and nation's top high schools according to U.S. News and World Report.

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