SATURDAY 10-11 A.M. | ONLINE AND 143 W SAINT PAUL AVE.
Stretch and sip Saturday morning at The Explorium Brewpub’s yoga class. Located in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, experienced yogis and beginners alike can put their hands at heart center on a heated patio surrounded by cream city brick. It’s $25 for the class and a complimentary brew with your yoga crew and is just $10 to tune into the live stream. Mats are not provided and masks are required.
SATURDAY AT 8:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. | 524 S LAYTON BLVD.
If you’re in the market for a trip to the market, the Milwaukee Winter Farmers Market is holding their weekly, indoor shopping experience this Saturday. In the Greenhouse Annex at the Mitchell Park Domes, vendors from all over the state will be selling products from all across the board, including produce, baked goods, cheese and much more. With the market being held indoors, only 150 people will be allowed to safely browse at a time and masks are required.
SATURDAY AT 9:30 A.M. | 10001 W BLUEMOUND RD.
What’s even better than going on a memorable family trip to the zoo is going on a memorable family trip to the zoo free of charge! Luckily, this Saturday the Milwaukee County Zoo is allowing free admission to all visitors. While this doesn’t include the cost of parking, you can still have a wild time as long as all members of your herd are masked.
SATURDAY AT 10:30 A.M. | ONLINE
While Story Time in the Galleries may not be able to physically take place in the galleries, the Milwaukee Art Museum’s series is able to paint just as beautiful a story in its virtual format. In perfectly mixing art and storybooks, the Museum illustrates the power of storytelling across various mediums. The online event is free of charge.
SATURDAY AT 11 A.M.-7 P.M. | ONLINE
Do you dig a good ol’ Irish jig? Well, you can find plenty to jig in CelticMKE’s At Home St. Patrick’s Celebration, featuring Irish music from various artists and plenty o’ virtual fun. Responsible for August’s Milwaukee Irish Fest, CelticMKE has placed another pot of gold in the cold of March and, despite the riches it holds, the event is free to indulge in on the organization’s Facebook page.