5 Things to Do in Milwaukee This Week: Jan. 11-14

A safe date night, live music and more this week in Milwaukee.

1. Comix Watch Party

MONDAY FROM 7:45-9:30 P.M. | VIRTUAL

Watching comics alone is always fun but watching them with others can add that much more to the experience. Join a watch party with artist June Birgman, Don and Tony to watch comics, play trivia and see silly off-topic warm-up videos at 7:45 p.m. Monday night

2. Bremen Café Open Mic

MONDAY FROM 10 P.M.-MIDNIGHT | 901 E. CLARKE ST. 

Express your creativity in front of a live audience who want to hear something original. Bremen Café in Riverwest is hosting an open mic for musicians, poets, and other talent. Face masks are required, equipment sharing is prohibited and you must bring your own instruments. Anyone can perform.

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3. Wisconsin Winter Sign Step-By-Step Painting

TUESDAY AT 7 P.M.  | VIRTUAL

The Farmhouse Paint Bar & Banquet hall is hosting a step-by-step painting class for beginners and intermediate painters teaching you how to paint a Wisconsin sign. They have kits available for pickup and encourage you to make it a fun group activity. Tickets are $10 for the pre-recorded video and $65 for the video and supplies.

4. Safe Date Night

WEDNESDAY FROM 5:00-8 P.M. | 1850 N. WATER ST. 

Are you a social butterfly and hate how the pandemic has affected your ability to socialize? The Red Lion Pub on Tannery Row is hosting a COVID-friendly date night. They host limited seating and take reservations which include a bottle of wine or a pitcher of beer. Go with your significant other for a romantic evening in a socially distanced setting.

5. The Oxleys Perform at Indeed Brewing Company

THURSDAY AT 6 P.M.  | 530 S. 2ND ST. 

Looking for a hometown feel in Milwaukee? Check out the Oxleys at Indeed Brewing Company in Walkers Point. They are a folk duo who are expanding their reach into country and americana sounds. Indeed Brewing will be releasing their new Hazy IPA and Hard Kombucha. No registration is required, just show up for good old-fashioned company.

 

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