There's a lot going on this week in Milwaukee. Here are 10 things to kick-off your week.
Monday at 7 P.M. | Fiserv Forum (1111 Vel R Phillips Ave.)
It’s an Eastern vs. Western Conference stand-off. Grab your last-minute seats now.
Tuesday at 10 A.M. | Milwaukee Public Museum (800 W. Wells St.)
Visit the drop-in table to learn about butterflies, see their specimen and learn about 17th century naturalist Maria Sibylla Merian.
Tuesday at 6 P.M. | Highland House (12741 N. Port Washington Rd.)
Learn about the ways inflammation is affecting your health while eating a free healthy dinner.
Tuesday at 5 P.M. | Luther Memorial Church (2840 S. 84th St.)
Enjoy a spaghetti dinner from Filippo’s followed by a bake sale, oh yes. Join the annual event and even throw your name into a raffle for some fun prizes with themes such as Brewers, Bucks, Valentine’s and more.
Wednesday at 7 P.M. | UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena (400 W. Kilbourn)
Catch a Central Division face-off with No.1 Admirals and No.5 Stars. With a winning Wednesday promotions, you might just get your hands on some free goodies too.
Wednesday at 7 P.M. | Jewish Museum Milwaukee (1360 N. Prospect Ave.)
Ann Frank wasn’t the only one keeping a diary. Delve into the diaries of those who experienced the Holocaust first-hand through this documentary experience.
7) Dirty Honey
Wednesday at 8 P.M. | Turner Hall Ballroom (1040 N. 4th St.)
This Los Angeles rock band is leading the way in defining today’s rock movement. If you don’t have tickets already, you you might want to consider grabbing some now.
Thursday at 5 P.M. | The Pfister Hotel (424 E Wisconsin Ave)
Narrator-in-Residence, Bela Suresh Roongta will encourage and inspire you through her journal. Learn how to create and cultivate your own experiences. No need to bring a journal, you get your own personal Pfister one to keep!
Thursday at 7 P.M. | R’Noggin (6521 120th Ave.)
R’Noggin hosts a community read. Sign-up your team for three popular adult horror reads. Questions will be asked, prizes will be drawn, and you won’t want to miss it.