Mark Your Calendars:

Children's Workshop and
Munting Tinig Choir

Director: Jojo Agoncillo Ramos

Philippine Center Munting Tinig Choir Dr. Violeta A. Singson,
Founding Manager
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Filipino Movie Nights:
6:15 P.M.
3rd Friday of Every Month in 2014
starting January 17, 2014
Cooking Classes:
10:00 A.M.,
3rd Saturday of Every Month in 2014
starting February 15, 2014.
$5.00 fee per session for materials
and supplies
Tagalog Classes:
$30.00 class registration fee per student


Check Full PCCCF Programs HERE>>


For Typhoon Relief Donations:
(tax deductible)

Please make checks payable to the Philippine Cultural & Civic Center Foundation
and note
Typhoon Yolanda Relief Fund

and mail to:
Typhoon Yolanda Relief Fund Philippine Cultural & Civic Center 535 N 27th St., Milwaukee, WI 53208








PCCCF Mission Statement

As citizens of this community, we have partaken of its material and spiritual wealth. Through its benevolence, we have shared with its greatness and now enjoy a way of life that allows us to help alleviate the sufferings of this largely impoverished and troubled world. Therefore, we, Filipino-Americans and our friends of this community, have established the Philippine Cultural and Civic Center Foundation Inc. Through this foundation, which aims to construct a building to house some activities of the community, we hope to bring to the American consciousness the richness of our background, as well as the significance of our contributions to this country. In addition, we also aim to provide services of a civic nature which would, otherwise, be difficult, or too costly , for some people to obtain. And, above all, it is our fervent hope that through this foundation we will help raise generations of citizens who will continue to contribute to the greatness of America and help mold its moral conscience.

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(Click the picture for the YOUTUBE VIDEO LINK)

Philippine Cultural and

Civic Center at Zablocki

Park - Flag Raising


September 27, 2014

Flag Raising Ceremony Gallery>>

We would like to express our gratitude to all the Officers, Board and Ex-officio Members of the PCCCF and members of our Filipino-American community who participated in this September 27, 2014 historical flag raising event. Let it will always be remembered  that on this day, the Philippine flag was officially raised at the premises of the Philippine Center.

The presence of Philippine Vice Consul Ricarte Abejuela III,  City of Greenfield Mayor Mike Neitzke, County Supervisor John Weishan Jr., Milwaukee County Parks Director John Dargle, Executive Director Kaye Garcia from Forest Co. Potawatomi Foundation, Former Vice President Jim Marks of Greater Milwaukee Foundation and presently United Way, Consultant and Linda McFerrin, Vice President of United Way validated the positive impact that the Filipinos have contributed to Milwaukee County.

Please take note that our special guests commented that our Philippine Center is a place of Giving. Milwaukee County Executive Director Chris Abele honored the PCCCF thru Parks Director John Dargle with a Certificate of Appreciation  highlighting our partnership and our programs such as the Free Medical Clinic, Children's Workshop, Literacy Programs (computer, cooking, etc).

Attached are 2 youtube hyperlinks, for you and the others who were not able to make it, to watch this momentous event. Our Philippine flag was raised beside the American flag with full military honors, provided by the American Legion Post 416.  Double click one of the links and watch in theater mode (full screen seems not to work) for a bigger screen.

1.      As members of the PCCCF Board and officers with representatives from the Milwaukee County of City of Greenfield watch and display the U.S. and the Philippine flags as a sign of cooperation and partnership.
2.      As the US flag is raised by Milwaukee Parks Director John Dargle while the PCCCF Munting Tinig Children's choir sing the Star Spangled Banner
3.      As the Philippine Flag is raised by PCCCF Executive Director Gerry Ramos while the PCCCF Munting Tinig Children's choir sing the Lupang Hinirang
4.      As the American Legion Post 416 provide military honors and a 21 gun salute (3 shots - seven rifles)
5.      And a surprise and unexpected appearance of a little boy saluting the flag with the American Legion and then giving a salute as the rifle team marches out.


Please share this video to your friends and family, constituents and other contact. Let us all be proud of this accomplishment, the first in the U.S.

Thank you.

Gerry Ramos
Executive Director
Philippine Cultural and Civic Center Foundation
535 N 27th St., Milwaukee WI 53208
(414) 704-4663


Save the Date:

Philippine Consulate on Wheels at the Philippine Center on November 15, 2014 at 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Consular Services offered:  

Voter Registration (Presidential Election in May 2016), Passport and Visa, Birth & Marriage Registration, Notarization of Documents



Watch "after all the terrible

things I do"

Please watch "after all the terrible things I do" a play written by Filipino Americans Rey Pamatmat and directed by May Adrales at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater October 1 through November 9.

The play is a heart-wrenching and deeply personal look at the shared pasts and second chances.
A poignant, new American drama finds Daniel, a writer, fresh out of college returning to his Midwestern hometown to regain his sense of self. He takes a job at a local bookstore owned by Linda, an emigre from the Philippines, and soon after, they realize their connection that is much deeper than love for literature. It focuses on bullying and a struggle to fit in, and creating second chances.

The play will be at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater from October 1 to November 9.
Filipino Night will be on October 14, Tuesday night at 7:30 PM.
There will be refreshments before the show.
Tickets can be purchased at a discount using PROMO CODE: PCCCF if you go to MilwaukeeRep.com
When you use the promo code for Oct. 14th, the cost is $25.00 + fees (which vary on how you purchase the ticket). Groups of 10 or more on ANY performance receive 20% off (it is normally 15% off) but the actual dollar amount depends on which night you'd like to go.
Normal ticket prices are $30.00-$45.00.
20% off tickets are $25.00-$37.00.
Tickets are least expensive on a weeknight, and most expensive on a weekend evening.
Any group interested in going can call our contact Joy Surber directly at 414 290-5340 to look at prices and availability on a any particular day.
In addition, here's the website page for the show:


Thank you for your support.