All Week | Multiple Museum Locations
Milwaukee Museum week features 17 different museums around the area. Don’t miss out on special programming, youth free ticket day, and National Museum Selfie Day! If you do choose to participate, use the #NationalMuseumSelfieDay on Tuesday when you post. Here’s our guide to which events you should definitely check out.
Monday at 4 P.M. | Fiserv Forum (1111 Vel R Phillips Ave.)
If you’re as sad as we are about the big Packer loss this weekend, here’s your chance at some Wisconsin pride redemption. #FearTheDeer
Monday at 2 P.M. | Marquette University (1250 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
You may have today off. In that case, make your way over to the Haggarty Museum of Art to listen to Dr. Cedric Burrows discuss Joel Sternfeld’s photograph of the National Civil Rights Museum.
Tuesday at 7 P.M. | UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena (400 West Kilbourn)
Don’t miss out on this match-up or the $5 Taco Tuesday promotion.
Tuesday at 7 P.M. | Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall (1920 S 37th St.)
This is more than your typical night at a live music bar. You’ll catch unique live music, comedy and even some audience participation.
Tuesday at 6 P.M. | Brookfield REI (13100 W. Capitol Dr.)
Wishing it were summer so you could get back to outdoor activities? Us too. In this hands-on workshop you’re able to learn how to make camping a year-round activity. Best part is there is no experience required and all gear is provided.
Tuesday-Thursday | Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts (19805 W. Capitol Dr.)
An opera-filled Cinderella story with a woven in cultural twist. Recommended to ages K-4, but to be loved by all ages.
Wednesday | Lakefront Brewery Beer Hall (1872 N. Commerce St.)
If you’re looking for some heat after this past weekend’s snow storm, this is the place to be. Lakefront Brewery is celebrating National Hot Sauce Day with its’ first Hot Wing Challenge. If you can beat the heat, you’ll be taking home free beer and swag.
Thursday at 8 P.M. | Pabst Theater (144 East Wells St.)
Singer, songwrite, and guitarist of Death Cab for Cutie, Benjamin Gibbard, will be performing solo. Don’t miss out on your chance to see him live.
Thursday at 5 P.M. | Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (524 S. Layton Blvd)
Learn an introduction to essential oil safety body care, and medicinal use in this make-and-take workshop.
Milwaukee Magazine’s weekend guide will come out on Thursday with events for Friday through Sunday.