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

A beer festival, wedding expo and more this weekend in Milwaukee.

1. The Wonderful World of Weddings 2021

SATURDAY-SUNDAY 10 A.M.-4 P.M. | ONLINE AND 640 S 84TH ST

Whether you have a ring on it or not, there’s plenty to marvel over regardless of marital status at The Wonderful World of Weddings as it is held for the 53rd time this weekend. With in-person and virtual show options, over 100 wedding experts offer a wide whirlwind of ideas, products and services to marry into your future wedding plans. The wedding expo and its virtual show both open at 10 a.m.

2.  Dog Days at Lynden

SATURDAY 10 A.M.-4 P.M. | 2145 W BROWN DEER RD

In the dog days of late winter, what better way to celebrate temperatures rising than taking a walk with your canine companion and introducing your pup to art in the process? Once a month, the Lynden Sculpture Garden holds this Fido-friendly event where dog owners and their four-legged friends are free to wander the garden grounds and even picnic if they please. Visitors must adhere to social distancing guidelines.

 

 

3. Lager & Friends 

SATURDAY FROM 2-4 P.M. | VIRTUAL 

This year’s Lager & Friends beer festival is still happening, but it will be virtual. Festival boxes include a dozen Wisconsin craft lagers, glassware and a few other goodies. Pickup runs until Friday.

4. Saturday Morning Yoga at Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel

SATURDAY 10-11 A.M. | 139 EAST KILBOURN AVE.

Get into the spirit of yoga by pairing yoga and spirits at Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel this Saturday. Held in this boutique hotel in the heart of downtown, the class is inclusive to yogis of all experience levels as it leads them through movement and breath exercises. Class is $10 for joining the livestream and $30 for in-person yoga and a beverage. Masks are required.

5. Step-by-Step Painting Class

SUNDAY 11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. | ONLINE AND IN-PERSON

You can paint-stroke your stresses away by participating in this step-by-step painting class this upcoming Sunday at The Farmhouse Paint Bar & Banquet Hall. While flowers have yet to actually bloom this Wisconsin winter, you can create them via canvas in this artist lead class offered both in-person and virtually. In-person class plus supplies is $37 and the virtual class sans supplies is $10.

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