1. NCAA March Madness
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY | FISERV FORUM
March Madness is making its way to Milwaukee! Marquette University will be hosting the first and second rounds of the tournament. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with the session one games at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Session two games on Friday are at 6:20 p.m. and at 8:50 p.m. with Colgate vs. Wisconsin. Session three is Sunday with times and teams to be determined. General public sales are sold out, but you can still find tickets here through the NCAA Fan Experience and NCAA Ticket Exchange.
2. Finding Your Strength – Wellness Day
SATURDAY | ITALIAN COMMUNITY CENTER
NAMI Southeast Wisconsin is bringing back a popular event, Mental Wellness Day. Entitled “Finding Your Strength,” the event focuses on storytelling, emotional health and empowering yourself and others There will be a keynote presentation from Milwaukee Organization, Ex Fabula sharing personal stories of artists that highlight self-care. Everyone over the age 14 is encouraged to attend. General admission tickets for adults cost $35, and tickets for ages 14 to 17 are $20. There is a scholarship ticket option as well. Find Tickets and more about the event here!
3. Oneida Pottery of A Thousand Years Project
SATURDAY | ARTS AT LARGE, INC.
Artist Jennifer Stevens is hosting a workshop highlighting the historical overview of Oneida Pottery. The free event gives participants an opportunity to learn the hand-building-coil method, stamping techniques to create designs on pots and more! View Oneida pots and artifacts on display and learn their history. Be sure to register for the event!
VOTE FOR MILWAUKEE’S BEST BEER!
What’s Brew City’s best? We’ve picked 16 of our favorite Milwaukee craft beers for a March Madness-style tournament, but it’s up to you to pick the winner! Will it be bright and hoppy? Dark and malty? A zippy lager? Every one is worthy of the title; who will claim the sudsy crown?
4. Shred & Stretch
SATURDAY | BROKEN BAT BREWING CO.
Shred 414 and YogaSix Milwaukee are hosting a 60-minute HIIT workout and yoga stretching session at Broken Bat Brewing Co. Participants can stay afterward to hang out and try a free pour from a limited selection of Broken Bat’s Brewings beers on tap. Be prepared to sweat and come equipped with a yoga mat, sweat towel, water bottle and wear sneakers or work out shoes. The event runs from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and tickets cost $10.
5. Milwaukee Clover Crawl
SATURDAY | MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
Milwaukee is celebrating it’s annual 9th Clover Crawl after a 720-day recess. You have the option of purchasing a general admission ticket for $20 and participating from noon to 3 p.m., or you can purchase the VIP ticket at $30 to participate from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., receive one free drink ticket and a free appetizer upon arrival. Either way, your ticket will get you into any of the participating bars with a free cover charge, expediated bar entry, St. Patrick’s Day beads and masks and the chance to be entered in a random prize giveaway. Find more information and tickets here.
6. Beer Shots & Ladders Tournament
SATURDAY | NEW BARONS BREWING COOPERATIVE
Head over to New Barons Brewing Coop to play the famous game of Chutes and Ladder with beer! Grab a partner and register as a team of two to play three games throughout the tournament. Get to 100 points to win a game and see if you come out on top. The total team cost for two players is $60, which includes provided beer and unlimited Topperstix. There’s only room for 12 teams so grab your tickets here.
7. Song Circle – Spring Equinox Edition
SATURDAY | URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER – RIVERSIDE PARK
Ring in Spring with the Urban Ecology Center through a community song circle. The songs celebrate the renewed life of Earth and will strengthen your connection to the nature and community around you. Tickets range from $9 to $14, but you get to pick your price and choose the best option for you.
8. Namaste and Drink!
SUNDAY | HOTEL METRO, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION
Take part in 9 a.m. yoga with Desiree Roberts and enjoy two complimentary brunch cocktails. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here.
9. Glass Animals – Dreamland Tour
SUNDAY | THE MILLER HIGH LIFE THEATRE
Due to high demand, the Glass Animals concert has been moved from the Riverside Theatre to The Miller High Life Theatre. The Glass Animals are known for being “skilled genre-mashers” including synth pop, indie, R&B and hip hop. All guests over the age of 12 must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test taken 72 hours prior to the event. Ticket prices vary and can be found here.