5 Things to Do in Milwaukee This Weekend: Feb. 19-21

A pianist concert, Black History Month screening and more this weekend in Milwaukee.

1. Milwaukee Opera Theatre: The Sound 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT 7:30 P.M.., SUNDAY AT 2 P.M. | VIRTUAL

The SistaStrings are putting on a performance this weekend through the Milwaukee Opera Theater. Hop on Zoom and witness some string instruments, vocals, and even puppets.

2. National Wear Red Day 

SATURDAY FROM 10 A.M.-NOON | VIRTUAL 

The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness is hosting their 10th annual Heart Disease Prevention and Awareness Event. This event will be online through Zoom hosted by CEO Lisa Peyton-Claire and will feature other guests. Come dressed in red to support the fight. To register, go here.  

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3. The MKE Food School Presents: Make Food Not Waste 

SATURDAY FROM 10-11:30 A.M. | VIRTUAL

Andi Scaicca and Danielle Todd are putting together a workshop on how to take action regarding the issue of food waste. Participants will identify ways how to impact their communities positively when it comes to food and health. This event is free to all. Donations are appreciated.  Register here at MKE Food School Presents: Make Food Not Waste.

4. In the Key of Now: Michael Mizrahi 

SATURDAY AT 7:30 P.M. | VIRTUAL

Get out your laptops out. Present Music presents pianist Michael Mizrahi for an online concert through Zoom. Tickets start at $10, $20, and $35. Get your tickets here

 5. Black History Month Free Screening of The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X

ALL DAY SUNDAY | VIRTUAL

As part of Black History Month, Milwaukee Film is hosting a free screening of The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X. His story is presented through speeches, newscasts and rarely seen archival footage. 

 

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