5 Things To Do in Milwaukee This Labor Day Weekend: Sept. 4-6

Get your computer for these fun virtual events!

1. Milwaukee Roam From Home Scavenger Hunt!

FRIDAY-SUNDAY FROM 8 A.M.-11 P.M. | VIRTUAL

Ready to bring the adventure indoors? Let’s Roam is doing just that with their at home scavenger hunt. Choose from In-Home Family Scavenger Hunts and In-Home Date Night Scavenger Hunts to liven up the weekend all while staying home. Not only does each scavenger hunt include interactive photo, video and trivia challenges, you can even compete against your family and friends in other homes.

P.S. Milwaukee Magazine also made a scavenger hunt for you. You have through Labor Day to enter to win.

2. Ray of Hope Run for Ovarian Cancer Cure

ALL OF SEPTEMBER | VIRTUAL

COVID can’t stop this run for a good cause. The second annual Ray of Hope for Ovarian Cancer Cure Run is virtual this year, allowing for participants to run/walk whenever and wherever they please during the month of September. Registration with a t-shirt is $25. Time to put on your running shoes!

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3. Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

FRIDAY AT NOON | VIRTUAL

Miss the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra? You’re in luck! The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra is streaming their weekly Musical Journey series. New episodes posted every Friday.

4. Lora Hyler Virtual Storytime

SATURDAY FROM 11 A.M.-NOON | VIRTUAL

Boswell Book Company and HenschelHAUS Publishing Inc. are hosting a virtual storytime with local Milwaukee author, Lora Hyler. Hyler, author of The Stupendous Adventures of Mighty Marty Hayes will be talking about her new book, Our Bodies Stay Home, Our Imaginations Run Free, about helping children navigate our new normal during COVID-19. Register here.

5. Virtual Labor of Love Music Festival 2020

SUNDAY FROM NOON-6 P.M. | Virtual 

Tune in for the 11th annual Labor of Love Music Festival, which like many events is now virtual. Enjoy performances from Them Coulee Boys, Good Morning Bedlam, Jenna & Martin, and Georgia Rae & the Georgia Rae Family Band. The funds raised from the festival hosted by Just Live will go to suicide prevention and mental health advocacy programs, a need which has grown during COVID-19. 

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Allie is an Editorial Intern at Milwaukee Magazine. She is a senior at UW-Milwaukee studying Creative Writing and Journalism. You can follow her on Instagram at @alliehabck