5 Things to Do in Milwaukee This Weekend That Don’t Involve a Crowd: May 15-17

Here are five events worth checking out this weekend in Milwaukee.

1. Order Food for Milwaukee’s Black Restaurant Week

Due to the pandemic, BlankSpaceMke had to postpone the annual Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week. When the safer-at-home order was extended, event organizers rescheduled the event in a way that would support local businesses during a difficult time. All week they have been encouraging people to support Black Restaurant Week: Curbside Edition.

2. Participate in a Virtual Beer and Ice Cream Pairing

Walker’s Point’s MobCraft Beer and Purple Door Ice Cream are teaming up for a virtual beer and ice cream pairing at 7 p.m. Saturday. You can join on Zoom or do it yourself with a the tasting notes that are included with each kit. 

3. Tune in for Zach Pietrini’s Bright & Shining Lights Livestream

Zach Pietrini let fans pick the record for his live concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday. He will be playing songs from Bright & Shining Lights, as well as from the Nashville EP, “cuz why not.” Tune in on Youtube to watch. 

4. Participate in a Live Kids Ballooning Painting Session 

Splash Studios is hosting a live kids painting session at 11 a.m. on Sunday. The package includes  a virtual painting session with a live artist, all supplies needed to create “Ballooning” (canvas, paint, brushes), a can of soda, a candy necklace and a bead necklace.

5. Compete in Fat Daddy’s ’80s Bingo

Love the ’80s? Now’s your chance to prove it. The virtual Bingo game takes place at 8 p.m. on Saturday. Fat Daddy’s is also open for pick-up until 5 p.m. on Saturdays so you can pick up fitting beers to pair with the fierce competition.