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Multicultural Coalition, Inc. and Chilton Public Library Welcome Community to Free Health and Resource Event on Día de los Muertos with More Than Ten Community Organizations Onsite

Translated information, interpreters, and COVID-19 and Flu vaccinations available

Multicultural Coalition, Inc. (MCI) and the Chilton Public Library will host a free health and resource event on Día de los Muertos, Thursday, November 2, from 5-7 p.m. at the Chilton Public Library (map).

Community resource groups will be onsite to share about their services at this family friendly event. Community members can learn about the renewal and enrollment process for Medicaid, FoodShare and BadgerCare programs and details about the CDC’s Bridge Access Program for no-cost COVID-19 vaccine. COVID-19 and Flu vaccines will be available, too.

“We are excited to return to Calumet County for another health and resource event. Residents of Chilton and the surrounding areas have a variety of resources available, and we help support barrier-free access to the needed organizations and services,” explained Lisa Cruz, executive director of Multicultural Coalition, Inc. “By gathering at a safe and welcoming location like the Chilton Public Library, we go to where the people are.”

This community event, which is free and open to the public, will feature:

  • Community resource groups including:
    • Healthcare
    • Education
    • Culturally based organizations
    • Basic needs such as housing, clothing, food and transportation
    • Resources for victims of domestic abuse
    • Migrant worker assistance
  • Bread of the Dead and Mexican hot cocoa
  • COVID-19 vaccinations for those who are ages 6 months and up who are underinsured/uninsured or children with Medicaid
  • Flu vaccinations
    • For individuals under the age of 19 years who are underinsured/uninsured or have Medicaid
    • For adults who are underinsured/uninsured (limited supply)
  • Children’s activities
  • Altar to celebrate Día de los Muertos
    • Attendees are encouraged to bring photos to place on the altar
  • Disney’s movie COCO
  • Interpreters
  • Translated materials
  • Free diapers, masks, feminine and hygiene products
  • Information about COVID-19, including vaccinations for ages 6 months+
    • ID, appointment and health insurance not required
  • Health and wellness resources

MCI’s event will be attended by: Multicultural Coalition, Inc., Partnership Community Health Center, Pointters Community Initiatives, Casa Hispana of the Fox Cities, NEW Hmong Professionals, Chilton Public Library, People of Progression, Children’s Resource Center-Northeast, Harbor House, Atlas Science Center, UMOS, United Way Fox Cities/2-1-1, Be Well Fox Valley, the Mexican Consulate of Milwaukee and Calumet County Public Health.


Multicultural Coalition, Inc. (MCI), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was developed in October 2020 with the vision to improve the lives of all by creating a community that prospers together. Multicultural Coalition, Inc.’s mission is based on a movement created to acknowledge racial biases, support systems change and proactively reach diverse populations with meaningful communication and actionable services, removing barriers, elevating all voices and fostering community engagement in Winnebago, Outagamie and Calumet counties. For more information, visit ourmci.org and Multicultural Coalition, Inc. on Facebook.